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Our investigation of the bryoflora of Andhra Pradesh carried out during 2015â€“19 resulted in three new records of moss families: Calymparaceae, Hypopterygiaceae, and Pterobryaceae represented by Calymperes tenerum, Hypopterygium tamarisci, and Pterobryopsis acuminata, respectively.
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