• Corpus ID: 90096134

Taxonomic notes on Bornean Litsea, Lindera, Neolitsea and Iteadaphne (Lauraceae)

  title={Taxonomic notes on Bornean Litsea, Lindera, Neolitsea and Iteadaphne (Lauraceae)},
  author={Francis S.P. Ng},
  journal={The Gardens' Bulletin, Singapore},
  • F. Ng
  • Published 2005
  • Biology
  • The Gardens' Bulletin, Singapore
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