A NEW RECORD OF EUPHORBIACEAE WEEDS FOR PENINSULAR MALAYSIA

Rafidah Abdul Rahman, Nik Faizu Nik Hassan
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Abstract

Caperonia A.St.-Hil. is a new genus record for Peninsular Malaysia, with the species of Caperonia palustris (L.) A.St.-Hil. This paper will provide a description, distribution, habitat, and colour plates of the species.

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flora, Malesia, naturalized species, taxonomy.

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