Bryophyte diversity of Thamarassery pass (Wayanad pass) in the Western Ghats of Kerala

Mithun Venugopal, Manju C Nair

Abstract


The bryophyte diversity in the Thamarassery pass (Wayanad pass) a historically important place of Kozhikode district is documented. This report represents many interesting finds such as Taxiphyllum giraldii (C.Muell.) M.Fleisch., Taxithelium laeviusculum Dixon are new records for Peninsular India.

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Bryophytes; distribution; Thamarassery pass; Western Ghats

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.14719/pst.2017.4.1.273

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