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Taxonomic Status of Some of the Tribulus Species in the Indian Subcontinent

@inproceedings{Varghese2006TaxonomicSO,
  title={Taxonomic Status of Some of the Tribulus Species in the Indian Subcontinent},
  author={M. Varghese and J. Thomas},
  year={2006}
}
Tribulus L. is considered as the most complex genus in Zygophyllaceae because of enormous number of invalid specific epithets and also of the variations present in various populations. A comparative study has been carried out on specimens of a number of species in the Arabian Peninsula and India to find out whether the species with identical characters reported from above regions are indeed same or different. Distribution range of a few species reported from India has also been extended in the… Expand
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