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Malaysian plant collectors and collections being a Cyclopaedia of botanical exploration in Malaysia and a guide to the concerned literature up to the year 1950
As long ago as 1926-27, during my last two years at Utrecht University, when studying the taxonomy and distribution of the Malaysian Bignoniaceae (Thesis 1927), I felt the need for a reference workExpand
The mountain flora of Java
The mountain flora of Java constitutes a unique natural heritage of Indonesia and indeed of the whole world. The most informative and most beautifully illustrated book ever written on this richExpand
Floristic altitudinal zones in Malesia
From the altitudinal ranges of species recorded for the Malesian mountain flora, in Flora of Java and the 6 or so volumes of Flora Malesiana it was concluded that there are critical altitudes whereExpand
Nothofagus, key genus of plant geography, in time and space, living and fossil, ecology and phylogeny
Data are given on the taxonomy and ecology of the genus. Some New Caledonian species grow in or descend to the lowland. Details are provided on the distribution within New Guinea. For dominance ofExpand
Plant‐geography of east Malesia
A floristic analysis is given of the flora of the Lesser Sunda Islands. It is concluded that their flora must formerly have been richer, especially in rain-forest plants Irom both east and westExpand
Miscellaneous botanical notes
Mr F. H. Hildebrand, who is going gradually through the tree species from New Guinea, pointed my attention to this species, the type of which is in the Rijksherbarium at Leyden (in fruiting state).Expand
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