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Commiphora wightii is an endangered, endemic species found in the Thar Desert of Rajasthan, India and adjoining areas of Pakistan. The populations of this plant are rapidly dwindling due to overexploitation for their medicinally important resin. Analysis of nucleotide sequences of the internal transcribed spacer of rDNAs revealed low genetic diversity ( = 0.03905; w = 0.05418) and high population structure ( ST = 0.206). Parsimony based assessment and Bayesian analyses were conducted on thedoi:10.3390/d1020089 fatcat:boblo5tmhngw7m7tafdoawchxu