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Acilepis pothigaiana (Asteraceae) and Psychotria henryana (Rubiaceae), are recently described taxa which are endemic to Tamil Nadu state. The present paper reports two distribution records for Kerala state. A short description along with nomenclature, distribution, image, and phenology is provided for further research.
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