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Ceropegia mahabalei Hemadri & Ansari is a herbaceous plant known from three locations in Pune, Satara and Thane District of Maharashtra.Â This communication records a new location of this species from Nashik District which is the northeastern most record for this species.Â The small existing population in this new location is threatened by cattle grazing, and trampling by tourists.Â
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