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Flora of Peninsular Malaysia

B. S. Parris

Flora of Peninsular Malaysia

Ferns and lycophytes

by B. S. Parris

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Published by Forest Research Institute Malaysia in Kuala Lumpur .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Plants,
  • Lycopodiaceae,
  • Ferns

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementedited by B.S. Parris ... [et al.].
    SeriesMalayan forest records -- no. 48, Malayan forest records -- no. 48.
    ContributionsInstitut Penyelidikan Perhutanan Malaysia
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQK529.M4 F56 2010
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv. <1> :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25202808M
    ISBN 109675221240
    ISBN 109789675221248
    LC Control Number2011307004
    OCLC/WorldCa635357271

    Book Review (A Naturalist’s Guide to the) Butterflies of Peninsular Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand By Laurence G. Kirton () pages; matt art paper, with colour photographs (including front & back covers), 2 maps and 1 technical illustration. Soft Cover. 18cm x cm. ISBN John Beaufoy Publishing Limited UK. Recently. This category contains articles related to the trees of Peninsular Malaysia. Taxa of the lowest rank are always included. Higher taxa are included only if endemic. For the purposes of this category, "Peninsular Malaysia" is defined in accordance with the World Geographical Scheme for .

    Since the first volume of the Flora of Peninsular Malaysia was released in , the Seed Plants series is now in its seventh instalment, with a total of 65 plant family treatments completed between the seven volumes. This long-standing Flora series, led by the Forest Research Institute Malaysia (FRIM), to enumerate Peninsular Malaysia’s. The National Park (Taman Negara) of Peninsular Malaysia is the first and the largest national park gazetted in the country. In Malaysia as it was gazetted in / It has been considered as the hotspot for biodiversity as it hosts many species of flora and fauna and many of them are endemic, rare, vulnerable or otherwise threatened in.

    Therefore, care must be taken that areas like Fraser's Hill are preserved as a habitat for this rare and beautiful Hoya species as well as for other flora and fauna. Reference: Rintz, R.E. (). The Peninsular Malaysian Species of Hoya (Asclepiadaceae). Malay. Nat. J. 30(3/4): –   3. Obviously, the Robson book covers more species over a larger area. The narrower focus of the Malaysia and Singapore guide means the ID discussion can focus on comparing similar species in the region, rather than all of Southeast Asia. 4. The Robson book does not always depict subspecies found in peninsular s:


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About this book This volume (which sits within volume 49 of the parent series Malayan Forest Records) provides revisions for seed plant families that occur in the Peninsular Malaysia. The book includes general chapters on the seed plant families and vegetation types in the region and species assesment and conservation of seed plants are discussed.

Volume 1 (which sits within volume 48 of the parent series Malayan Forest Records) provides revisions for lycopyhyte and fern families that occur in Peninsular Malaysia. It includes an overview of the orders, families and genera together with a key to identify families and a glossary of scientific terms.

The Flora of Peninsular Malaysia, Series ll provides revisions for seed plant families that occur in Peninsular Malaysia. Volume 5 includes revisions of 28 genera and species in 8 families, namely Aristolochiaceae, Buxaceae, Convolvulaceae, Droseraceae, Nymphaeaceae, Phytolaccaceae, Podostemaceae, and Viscaceae.

The Flora of Peninsular Malaysia Series ll provides revisions for seed plant families that occur in Peninsular Malaysia. Volume 6 includes revisions of 68 species in 6 families, namely Gelsemiaceae, Malpighiaceae, Monimiaceae, Nyetaginaceae, Onagraceae and Sapindaceae.

Conservation status and distribution maps are provided for indigenous species. The Flora of Peninsular Malaysia Series I provides revisions for lycophyte and fern families that occur in Peninsular Malaysia.

Volume 1 includes an overview of the orders, families and genera together with a key to identify families and a glossary of scientific terms. Species assessment and conservation of lycophytes and ferns is discussed. For guidance on using flora distribution categories, see WP:PLANTS/Using the WGSRPD.

WGSRPD code: MLY-PM (level 4) This category contains articles related to the flora of Peninsular Malaysia, on the southern Malay Peninsula in mainland Malaysia. The Flora of Peninsular Malaysia project was initiated in (Kiew & RafidahSaw & Chung ), and aims to document the entire flora of the region formerly known as Malaya or Malay Peninsula.

Published six times a year, British Wildlife bridges the gap between popular writing and scientific literature through a combination of long-form articles, regular columns and reports, book reviews and letters.

The Flora of Peninsular Malaysia Series II provides revisions for seed plant families that occur in Peninsular Malaysia. Volume 5 includes revisions of 28 genera and species in 8 families, namely Aristolochiaceae, Buxaceae, Convolvulaceae, Droseraceae, Nymphaeaceae, Phytolaccaceae, Podostemaceae and Viscaceae.

The flora of the Malay Peninsula. Ridley, Henry Nicholas, Publication Details. London,L. Reeve & co., ltd., Year. Search Inside This Book: Results For: Click/Shift+Click pages to select for download.

zoom out Zoom zoom in. Cancel Generate Review No Pages Added. Close Dialog Generate My PDF. Flora of Peninsular Malaysia, Series I: Ferns and Lycophytes, Volume 1 (Malayan Forest Records No.

48). In Peninsular Malaysia, about half of butterfly species were recorded below m above sea level (a.s.l.) whereas only 1/7 could be found above m a.s.l.

and the rest could occur at both. Flora of Peninsular Malaysia, Series II: Seed Plants, volume 4 (), including species, ISBN In book: Flora of Peninsular Malaysia. Series II: Seed Plants, Vol. 1, Edition: Malayan Forest Records No.

49, Publisher: Forest Research Institute Malaysia, Editors. This is especially so since Malaysia, hosting one of the world’s mega-diversities, recognizes that good taxonomic outputs are of utmost importance.

The Aroids of Peninsular Malaysia will go a long way to fill information gaps in knowledge crucial to keep the rich diversity of Malaysia's flora and fauna intact, and further appreciated by others. Tree Flora of Sabah and Sarawak, Volume 3 E. Soepadmo, K. Wong Joint publication of Sabah Forestry Department, Malaysia [and] Forest Research Institute Malaysia [and] Sarawak Forestry Department, Malaysia, - Botany - pages.

The flora of Sabah and Sarawak is generally richer than that of Peninsular Malaysia. Due to historical reasons, the flora of Malaysia project is planned in a phased approach.

Malaysia - Malaysia - Plant and animal life: The characteristic vegetation of Malaysia is dense evergreen rainforest. Rainforest still covers more than two-fifths of the peninsula and some two-thirds of Sarawak and Sabah; another fraction of the country is under swamp forest.

Soil type, location, and elevation produce distinctive vegetation zones: tidal swamp forest on the coast, freshwater. Of the vast area of structurally similar vegetation that forms the Far Eastern tropical rain forest block, only the forests of peninsular Malaysia lie on the mainland of Asia.

Although showing some influence from this source, the flora and fauna are distinctive and exceedingly rich in species. the Tree Flora of Malaya (), Flora Malesiana (), and the Tree Flora of Sabah and Sarawak ().

Also included in the Meliaceae account is a list of useful spot characters to identify Meliaceae genera in Peninsular Malaysia. This list is not only useful for botanists, but also foresters and naturalists. A new term ‘berryoid’ is.

Calciphilopteris alleniae () Yesilyurt & der (Pteridaceae) is a small compact fern endemic to limestone hills in Peninsular Malaysia. Formerly it was known as Doryopteris alleniae in family Adiantaceae (Holttum, ). The name Calciphilopteris meaning 'calcium-loving fern' refers to its habitat because this fern is restricted to limestone substrates.Pages in category "Endemic flora of Peninsular Malaysia" The following pages are in this category, out of approximately total.

This list may not reflect recent changes ().(previous page) ().This is the third volume to be published. The Flora of Peninsular Malaysia Series II provides revisions for seed plant families that occur in Peninsular Malaysia.

Volume 3 includes revisions of one gymnosperm family (Cycadaceae) and 9 families of dicotyledons, namely Chrysobalanaceae, Cleomaceae, Cucurbitaceae, Juglandaceae, Lecythidaceae, Magnoliaceae, Nepenthaceae.