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Surveys for plant collection were conducted in the state of Rajasthan during October 2009, December 2011, and August 2014 to document the medicinal plant diversity of the state. These surveys resulted in the collection of Tribulus ochroleucus (Maire) Ozenda & Quezel which is a new report in India. A brief citation, followed by description, flowering and fruiting time, ecological notes, photographs and voucher specimen are provided here for easy identification.
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