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  • M. K. Ratheesh Narayanan (a1), K. A. Sujana (a1), V. Balakrishnan (a1), R. Meera Raj (a1) and N. Anil Kumar (a1)...


A new species of Impatiens L. (Balsaminaceae) from Wayanad District, Kerala, India, Impatiens mohana Ratheesh, Sujana & Anil, is described, illustrated and compared with I. modesta Wight.



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