Review: Persistent pioneers; Borassus L. and Corypha L. in Malesia

@article{Eagleton2016ReviewPP,
  title={Review: Persistent pioneers; Borassus L. and Corypha L. in Malesia},
  author={G. Eagleton},
  journal={Biodiversitas},
  year={2016},
  volume={17},
  pages={716-732}
}
Eagleton G.E. 2016. Review: Persistent Pioneers; Borassus L. and Corypha L. in Malesia. Biodiversitas 17: 716-732. Thisreview traces advances in taxonomic and ethnobotanic understanding of the genera Corypha L. and Borassus L. gained from research since the time of publication of “Harvest of the Palm; Ecological Change in Eastern Indonesia’’ by James J. Fox in 1977. It posits testable hypotheses arising from the literature: firstly, that both genera were present in the furthest parts of… Expand
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