Maerua apetala (Spreng.) M. Jacobs (India (Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu) as per Catalogue of Life)


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(Egypt (SE-Egypt), Saudi Arabia (Hejaz), Yemen (Aden Desert, Tihama, W-Yemen), Oman, Pakistan (Sind, Waziristan, Pakistani Punjab, Rawalpindi), India (widespread), Sri Lanka, Ethiopia, Somalia, Kenya, Uganda, Senegal, Mali, Burkina Faso, Ivory Coast, ?Niger, Nigeria, N-Cameroon, Chad, Sudan, South Sudan, Eritrea, NE-D.R.Congo (Zaire), Benin as per Catalogue of Life)
Capparaceae and Cleomaceae Fortnight: September 1 to 14 2013: Here is list plants of both these families reported from India.
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