Corpus ID: 160450586

The Singapore red data book : threatened plants and animals of Singapore

  title={The Singapore red data book : threatened plants and animals of Singapore},
  author={P. Ng and Y. Wee and Asia Pacific Breweries},
A revision of the genus Sindora (Fabaceae, Detarioideae) in Peninsular Malaysia and Singapore
Sindora Miq. is a genus of large legume trees found mainly in tropical and subtropical forests from southern China, continental Southeast Asia, and West and Central Malesia. A revision of Sindora inExpand
Chromosome‐level genome assembly of the coastal horseshoe crab (Tachypleus gigas)
Comparison of the T. gigas genome with those of other horseshoe crab species with chromosome‐level assemblies provided insights into the chromosomal rearrangement events that occurred during the emergence of these species. Expand
Progress on Southeast Asia’s Flora projects
Southeast Asia (Myanmar, Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam, Malaysia, Singapore, Brunei Darussalam, Indonesia, Timor Leste, the Philippines and Papua New Guinea) is a region of high plant diversityExpand
The paucity of published data on the diversity and richness of ferns in Bukit Hijau recreational forest and Sungai Sedim forest in Kedah, Malaysia, prompted this study. This was to provide a baselineExpand
The plant diversity in Bukit Timah Nature Reserve, Singapore
The plant diversity of Bukit Timah Nature Reserve (BTNR) is relatively well studied due to concerted effort over several decades, particularly as part of the worldwide system of ecological plots setExpand
Hanguana in Singapore demystified: an overview with descriptions of three new species and a new record
The genus Hanguana (Hanguanaceae – Commelinales) was until recently believed to be represented in Singapore by a single species, Hanguana malayana. Recent extensive surveys, coupled with the detailedExpand
The urban pteridophyte flora of Singapore
The endangered status of several fern species in Singapore reported in the second edition of Singapore Red Data Book are updated based on new distribution data. Expand
A summary of the total vascular plant flora of Singapore.
A holistic view of the family compositions and life forms of the total flora of Singapore, including many exotic species that are found in cultivation only and not yet escaped or naturalised are presented. Expand
Flora of Singapore precursors, 21: New records of Euphorbiaceae for Singapore
Seven species of Euphorbiaceae are newly recorded for Singapore of which five are presumed native, one is cryptogenic and one is naturalised. One name is lectotypified. The conservation status of theExpand
Flora of Singapore precursors, 12. Notes on various Rubiaceae genera
In preparation for the account of the Rubiaceae for the Flora of Singapore various notes are presented concerning the genera Discospermum Dalzell, Lasianthus Jack, Mussaenda L. and Psychotria L.Expand