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Evergreen swamp forest in Cambodia: floristic composition, ecological characteristics, and conservation status
As part of recent field studies, a hitherto undescribed type of evergreen freshwater swamp forest was discovered in Stung Treng Province, Cambodia. The swamp forest occurs in at least six disjunctExpand
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Phylogenetic classification of the world’s tropical forests
Significance Identifying and explaining regional differences in tropical forest dynamics, structure, diversity, and composition are critical for anticipating region-specific responses to globalExpand
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Protecting tropical forests from the rapid expansion of rubber using carbon payments
Expansion of Hevea brasiliensis rubber plantations is a resurgent driver of deforestation, carbon emissions, and biodiversity loss in Southeast Asia. Southeast Asian rubber extent is massive,Expand
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Effects of logging and recruitment on community phylogenetic structure in 32 permanent forest plots of Kampong Thom, Cambodia
Ecological communities including tropical rainforest are rapidly changing under various disturbances caused by increasing human activities. Recently in Cambodia, illegal logging and clear-felling forExpand
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Flora of Bokor National Park, Cambodia I : Thirteen New Species and One Change in Status
southern Cambodia, covers 140,000 ha of tableland known as Elephant Mountains or Mt. Kamchay (Cam Chay). The tableland faces the Gulf of Thailand. The southern slope rises from sea level to theExpand
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Flora of bokor national park VII: Thismia bokorensis (burmanniaceae), a new species representing a new generic record
The genus Thismia Griffith (1844: 221) of the tribe Thismieae, Burmanniaceae sensu APG IV (2016) or Thismiaceae of other authors, represents one of the most species-rich mycoheterotrophic genera andExpand
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Constant tree species richness along an elevational gradient of Mt. Bokor, a table-shaped mountain in southwestern Cambodia
Some previous studies along an elevational gradient on a tropical mountain documented that plant species richness decreases with increasing elevation. However, most of studies did not attempt toExpand
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Flora of Bokor National Park, Cambodia II : Four New Species and Nine New Records of Lasianthus (Rubiaceae) from Cambodia
than 180 species, most of which are understory shrubs of primary forests (Zhu et al. 2012). Although the genus is pantropical, some 160 species occur in tropical Asia with one species extending intoExpand
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Two New Taxa and One New Report of Tarenna (Rubiaceae) for the Flora of Cambodia and Vietnam
203 species of shrubs and trees (Davis et al. 2009). The species are widely distributed in tropical Asia and Africa (De Block & Robbrecht 1998) and widely occur from low to high elevation (Kesonbua &Expand
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Flora of Bokor National Park, Cambodia IV: A New Section and Species of Euphorbia Subgenus Euphorbia
exhibits the greatest diversity among subgenera in both species richness and growth forms (Horn et al. 2012). The last revision of E. subg. Euphorbia based on comprehensive taxonomic, geographic andExpand
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