A catalogue of the Annonaceae of Borneo

  title={A catalogue of the Annonaceae of Borneo},
  author={Ian M. Turner},
  • I. Turner
  • Published 20 December 2011
  • Biology
  • Phytotaxa
The species of Annonaceae native to Borneo are listed including synonyms and types. A brief overview of life form, habitat association, endemicity to Borneo and known distribution in Borneo are included for each accepted name. A total of 248 species from 35 genera are listed. Many species are lectotypified. 
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