A study on the taxonomy of some stoloniflorous species of Ficus subsection Sycocarpus (Moraceae) in Thailand and Malesia
The taxonomy of several, mainly stoloniflorous, Ficus species from Thailand and Malesia is revised resulting in a new species, F. bukitrayaensis C.C. Berg and two new names, F. malayana C.C. Berg & Chantarasuwan and F. ridleyana C.C. Berg & Chantarasuwan. Ficus megaleia Corner and F. uncinata (King) Becc. are redefined and F. heterostyla Merr. is reinstated. Ficus arfakensis King and F. scortechinii King are reduced to synonyms of F. ribes Blume.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: October 1, 2007
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