Salvia reflexa (Lamiaceae): a new record for Pakistan

@article{Hussain2019SalviaR,
  title={Salvia reflexa (Lamiaceae): a new record for Pakistan},
  author={Wahid Hussain and Lal Badshah and Sayed Afzal Shah and Farrukh Hussain and Asghar Ali and Shamim-ul-Sibtain Shah and Amir Sultan},
  journal={Plant Science Today},
  year={2019}
}
Salvia reflexa Hornem., a member of the New World subgenus Calosphace, ranges from North America to southern South America, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa and Afghanistan in Asia, and still continues to expand its range. Here we report further range expansion for S. reflexa into the tribal areas of Pakistan and hypothesize that it has been introduced from Afghanistan. This represents a new record for the flora of Pakistan. 

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