Durio tanjungpurensis (Malvaceae), a new species and its one new variety from west Kalimantan, Indonesia

@article{Navia2018DurioT,
  title={Durio tanjungpurensis (Malvaceae), a new species and its one new variety from west Kalimantan, Indonesia},
  author={Zidni Ilman Navia and Tatik Chikmawati},
  journal={Bangladesh Journal of Botany},
  year={2018}
}
A new species and a new variety of Durio Adanson from West Kalimantan are described namely, Durio tanjungpurensis Z.I. Navia, sp. nov. and D. tanjungpurensis var. tembaganensis Navia, var. nov. The new species has small fruits (5 - 8 cm in diam), brown to yellowish green pericarp, milky white thin aril (<1 mm), and not edible. It is related to D. testudinarum Becc. Durio tanjungpurensis varies in its flower and fruit characters. The new variety differed from D. tanjungpurensis Z.I. Navia, sp… 

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