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Ceropegia anjanerica is endemic to the Anjaneri Hills area of Nashik District.Â It is assessed as Critically Endangered as per the IUCN red list criteria using primary and secondary information on trends in EOO, AOO and sub-populations.Â Factors affecting this species and its habitat, and community conservation efforts are described and recommendations are made for its protection.ÂÂ
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