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Begonia harauensis Girm. ditemukan di bukit Harau, Sumatra
Further discoveries in the ever-expanding genus Begonia (Begoniaceae): fifteen new species from Sumatra
Begonia L. (Linnaeus 1753) is a pan-tropical genus of often shade-loving herbs and shrubs, with a number being very popular horticulturally. The number of accepted species in Begonia currently stands at 1803 (Hughes et al. 2015 with Southeast Asia proving to be particularly rich and yielding... More

Article written by Mark HUGHES, Deden GIRMANSYAH & Wisnu Handoyo ARDI

Article upload by Pramono on January 15, 2016
   

 
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Project management meeting
Project management meeting in November 2015 at the Museum für Naturkunde (MfN) Berlin: A Letter of Agreement was signed between MfN Berlin, Germany and the Research Center for Biology –... More

Article written by Indobiosys

Article upload by Pramono on January 11, 2016
   
 
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Musa salaccensis collected from Way Canguk, Bukit Barisan Selatan National Park, Lampung, Sumatra
NOMENCLATURE AND TYPIFICATION OF MUSA SALACCENSIS ZOLL. EX KURZ (MUSACEAE)
Musa salaccensis Zoll. (1854; Musaceae) was first mentioned for a species named after its provenance, Gunung Salak, Java, Indonesia, a mountain south of Bogor: “M. salaccensis Zoll. (ornata... More

Article written by J. F. VELDKAMP, LULUT DWI SULISTYANINGSIH - REINWARDTIA Vol 14, No 2, pp: 299 ‒ 302

Article upload by Pramono on January 06, 2016
   
 
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Typical pinnae form of Asplenium tenerum var. pallidum
ASPLENIUM TENERUM VAR. PALLIDUM IS THE CORRECT NAME FOR A. THUNBERGII VAR. BELANGERI (ASPLENIACEAE)
A fern widespread from the Seychelles to Southeast Asia, Southern China, Northern Australia, to the Caroline Isl., Fiji, Marquesas, Tahiti, and occasionally cultivated world-wide is known with... More

Article written by J. F. VELDKAMP, WITA WARDANI - REINWARDTIA Vol 14, No 2, pp: 303 ‒ 306

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Zingiber engganoensis Ardiyani
A NEW SPECIES OF ZINGIBER (ZINGIBERACEAE) FROM ENGGANO ISLAND, INDONESIA
In 1936, a Dutch botanist, Wilhelm Jan Lütjeharms did a botanical collection on Enggano Island (van Steenis, 1950), located ca. 100 km southwest of Bengkulu, Sumatra, Indonesia. Studying the... More

Article written by MARLINA ARDIYANI - REINWARDTIA Vol 14, No 2, pp: 307 ‒ 310

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