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Gingers species from Sabah, Malaysia (Borneo Island)
|Bounding Coordinates||South West [-90, -180], North East [90, 180]|
Lowland and lower montane area of Sabah, Malaysia
|Species||Boesenbergia sugudensis, Boesenbergia truncata|
No Description available
|Title||Two new species of Boesenbergia (Zingiberaceae), from Sabah, Malaysia|
The personnel involved in the project:
Random sampling were conducted. Plants were collected from the trails of the forested area.
|Study Extent||The sampling were conducted at west coast of Sabah, at Kampung Sugud and Kipandi Park, near Crocker Range.|
Method step description:
- During fieldwork, careful observations and measurements of morphological characters were recorded prior to preparation of herbarium specimens in the field. When possible, up to four duplicates of each collection were made, and a sample of a fresh leaf was preserved in silica gel for genetic studies. Voucher specimens were deposited at BORH and SAN. Floral bracts and flowers were immediately fixed in FAA (formaldehyde: glacial acetic acid: alcohol).