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Peter B. Phillipson

Diospyros ferrea

December 10, 2018 (, Updated )

Arbre, 8 m de haut, dbh 9.5 cm. Bouton floraux blancs. Collections associées : feuilles en silica gel, rameaux, morceaux de branche, photos.

49.0° 57.0’ 36.0” N15.0° 43.0’ 48.0” W

Richard Razakamalala – Roger Bernard – Peter B. Phillipson

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EbenaceaeDiospyrosDiospyros ferreaSpecimen Diospyros ferrea

Melaleuca quinquenervia

December 9, 2018 (, Updated )

Abundant and locally invasive. Narrow shrub or small tree to 6 m. Inflorescenes held more-or-less horizontallyPhotographic record only. Flower buds red, calyx becoming dull yellow at anthesis; petals, filaments and style cream. No specimens prepared, photographic record only.

49.0° 42.0’ 47.0” N15.0° 26.0’ 50.0” W

Peter B. Phillipson – Rebecca Phillipson

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MyrtaceaeMelaleucaMelaleuca quinquenerviaSpecimen Melaleuca quinquenervia

Herreriopsis elegans

October 25, 2016 (, Updated )

45.0° 16.0’ 45.0” N16.0° 27.0’ 33.0” W

Peter B. Phillipson – Désiré Ravelonarivo – Laurent Gautier – R. Letsara – I. Luino

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AsparagaceaeHerreriopsisHerreriopsis elegansSpecimen Herreriopsis elegans

Plagioscyphus jumellei

May 18, 2015 (, Updated )

Uncommon cauliflorous tree to 20 m. Bark smooth. Inflorescence axes, bracts and calices pale green; petals and filaments white; anthers pale yellow becoming pink-brown; style pale yellow; disc and immature fruit yellow; fruits golden-brown.

50.0° 15.0’ 39.0” N14.0° 52.0’ 23.0” W

Peter B. Phillipson – J-L. Mora

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SapindaceaePlagioscyphusPlagioscyphus jumelleiSpecimen Plagioscyphus jumellei

Phyllarthron cauliflorum

May 18, 2015 (, Updated )

Well-branched shrubby cauliflorous multistemmed tree to 6 m. Phyllodes glossy, dark green, coriaceous. Inflorescences born mainly on the lower parts of the trunks, ascending. Flowers predominantly magenta, ascending; calyx green at first becoming magenta, strongly ribbed; corolla strongly zygomorphic, curving outwards, the lateral lobes recurved; filaments pink; anthers cream at first becoming dull purple.

50.0° 15.0’ 37.0” N14.0° 52.0’ 19.0” W

Peter B. Phillipson – J-L. Mora

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BignoniaceaePhyllarthronPhyllarthron cauliflorumSpecimen Phyllarthron cauliflorum

Clerodendrum kamhyoae

May 18, 2015 (, Updated )

Slender cauliflorous tree to 5 m. Trunk up to 10 cm dbh, well-branched above. Flowering exceptionally prolific on the trunk, occasionally with smaller infl. at the ends of the branches. Infl. highly contracted, but producing up to 50 + flowers. Flowers protandrous; calyx ascending to patent, pale green, sometimes tinged with dull purple, the lower lobes slightly spreading; corolla white, narrowly tubular with reflexed lobes; tube arching, stamens exserted and eventually recurved, the…

50.0° 15.0’ 37.0” N14.0° 52.0’ 25.0” W

Peter B. Phillipson

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LamiaceaeClerodendrumClerodendrum kamhyoaeSpecimen Clerodendrum kamhyoae

Dalbergia baronii

May 18, 2015 (, Updated )

Tree to 10 m. locally abundant. Densely branched. Fruits pendulous containing 1-3 seeds.

50.0° 15.0’ 37.0” N14.0° 52.0’ 19.0” W

Peter B. Phillipson – J-L. Mora

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FabaceaeDalbergiaDalbergia baroniiSpecimen Dalbergia baronii

Xyloolaena richardii

May 17, 2015 (, Updated )

Common tree to 8 m. Leaves undulate, bright green, glossy above. Flowers and fruits held below the branches. Sepals and petals shiny, cream, translucent. Stamens and style pale yellow; stigma green. Fruits woody, pale green at first, becoming dark brown.

50.0° 28.0’ 51.0” N15.0° 16.0’ 6.0” W

Peter B. Phillipson – J-L. Mora

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SarcolaenaceaeXyloolaenaXyloolaena richardiiSpecimen Xyloolaena richardii

Colea asperrima

May 17, 2015 (, Updated )

Cauliflorous shrub to 5 m. Numerous stems arising at the base, poorly-branched above. Leaves in whorls of 3-7; prophylls small, triangular. Inflorescences arising mainly from the lower parts of the stems, continuing to grow for numerous years and sometimes branching, and becoming slightly woody, green tinged dark purple when young; the longest seen reaching to nearly 3 m in length, lying on surrounding vegetation. Flowers somewhat pendulous, the tube curving upwards; calyx white, tinged…

50.0° 28.0’ 45.0” N15.0° 16.0’ 12.0” W

Peter B. Phillipson – J-L. Mora

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BignoniaceaeColeaColea asperrimaSpecimen Colea asperrima

Ardisia capuronii

May 17, 2015 (, Updated )

Uncommon tree to 8 m. Leaves coriaceous. Flowering prolific, but flowers falling easily, few forming fruits. Inflorescence a large pendulous panicle, almost entirely pale pink; flowers more-or-less shaded deep pink, especially on the calyx lobes and upper surface of the petals; anthers pale yellow, style and stigma white. Immature fruits compressed globose, green, regularly streaked with black.

50.0° 28.0’ 57.0” N15.0° 16.0’ 4.0” W

Peter B. Phillipson – J-L. Mora

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PrimulaceaeArdisiaArdisia capuroniiSpecimen Ardisia capuronii

Polyscias duplicata

May 17, 2015 (, Updated )

Poorly-branched tree to 10 m. Leaves at least 1.5 m. long, forming massive dense heads. Inflorescences numerous, ascending, typically > 20 present in each head; branches very pale green; pedicels and young fruits very pale green, the disk purple and the stigmas changing from white to purple.

50.0° 27.0’ 41.0” N15.0° 16.0’ 29.0” W

Peter B. Phillipson – J-L. Mora

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AraliaceaePolysciasPolyscias duplicataSpecimen Polyscias duplicata

Pandanus madagascariensis

May 17, 2015 (, Updated )

Low tree with a trunk to 3 m. Leaves up to ca. 3 m long and 15 cm wide, the upper half tending to bend over to become pendulous. Infl. erect, held among the leaves, ca. 80 cm long (including the peduncle, and comprising up to ca. 10 cones, green; drupes with irregular pale brown corky lines on the head, and short black stigmatic spines.

50.0° 28.0’ 51.0” N15.0° 16.0’ 6.0” W

Peter B. Phillipson – J-L. Mora

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PandanaceaePandanusPandanus madagascariensisSpecimen Pandanus madagascariensis

Pandanus benstoneoides

September 12, 2013 (, Updated )

Locally frequent. Tree to 4 m., poorly branched. Male infl. sessile, solitary in the axis of leaves, inconspicuous, comprising a single cone; bracts pale yellow, with the attenuate apex green. Flowers minute, densely covering the entire surface; filaments yellow, anthers and pollen white, the anthers with a forward-projected scripts appendage.

128.0° 0.0’ 19.0” N0.0° 31.0’ 39.0” E

Peter B. Phillipson – Iska Gushilman – Bahar Fabanyo – Roji Mahroji – Tjut Jul Fatisa Bangun

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PandanaceaePandanusPandanus benstoneoidesSpecimen Pandanus benstoneoides

Pandanus benstoneoides

September 12, 2013 (, Updated )

Locally frequent. Tree to 4 m., poorly branched. Female infl. Born on a short stout peduncle, solitary in the axis of leaves, somewhat inconspicuous, comprising a single cone; bracts pale yellow, with the attenuate apex green. Flowers minute, densely covering the entire surface, yellow; with a forward-projected rigid pale cream-coloured style with a brown stigmatic surface. Cone not enlarging much in the fruit, becoming brown and dry and mostly disintegrating on the plant.

128.0° 0.0’ 20.0” N0.0° 31.0’ 44.0” E

Peter B. Phillipson – Samsul Lasut – Iska Gushilman – Bahar Fabanyo

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PandanaceaePandanusPandanus benstoneoidesSpecimen Pandanus benstoneoides

Ploiarium sessile

September 12, 2013 (, Updated )

Tree to 15 m. Uncommon, but prolific seedlings seen. Fruits present below leaves, dry, brown, splitting from the base, very fragile.

128.0° 0.0’ 17.0” N0.0° 31.0’ 58.0” E

Peter B. Phillipson – Iska Gushilman – Bahar Fabanyo – Roji Mahroji – Tjut Jul Fatisa Bangun

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BonnetiaceaePloiariumPloiarium sessileSpecimen Ploiarium sessile

Medinilla squillula

September 12, 2013 (, Updated )

Epiphytic shrub high on branches of tall trees. Leaves dark green above, petiole tinged purple-red. Fruits born on 2nd/3rd year wood, entirely purple-red (including pedicel), with ragged calyx and corolla scars, ovoid.

127.0° 59.0’ 50.0” N0.0° 32.0’ 25.0” E

Peter B. Phillipson – Iska Gushilman – Bahar Fabanyo – Roji Mahroji – Tjut Jul Fatisa Bangun

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MelastomataceaeMedinillaMedinilla squillulaSpecimen Medinilla squillula

Magnolia liliifera

September 12, 2013 (, Updated )

Small tree 4m, 11 cm dbh. Flower bud greenish white. Immature fruits green, brown stigma scar.

128.0° 0.0’ 0.0” N0.0° 31.0’ 13.0” E

Iska Gushilman – Peter B. Phillipson – Roji Mahroji – Tjut Jul Fatisa Bangun – Bahar Fabanyo

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MagnoliaceaeMagnoliaMagnolia liliiferaSpecimen Magnolia liliifera

Momordica cochinchinensis

September 9, 2013 (, Updated )

127.0° 58.0’ 47.0” N0.0° 29.0’ 0.0” E

Peter B. Phillipson – Samsul Lasut – Iska Gushilman – Bahar Fabanyo

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CucurbitaceaeMomordicaMomordica cochinchinensisSpecimen Momordica cochinchinensis

Casearia glabra

September 9, 2013 (, Updated )

Small tree to 5 m. Leaves bright green above, paler below; the midrib and main veins below, the petiole and nodes tinged brown-red. Fruits erect, bright green, slightly winkled, shallowly 3-lobed.

127.0° 56.0’ 22.0” N0.0° 29.0’ 15.0” E

Peter B. Phillipson – Samsul Lasut – Iska Gushilman – Bahar Fabanyo

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SalicaceaeCaseariaCasearia glabraSpecimen Casearia glabra

Buchanania amboinensis

September 9, 2013 (, Updated )

Tree to 20 m, poorly-branched. Inflorescence forming a massive terminal panicle, axes pale yellow, tinged pale dull pink towards the extremities; calyx, corolla, filaments and stigmas white, anthers pale brown.

127.0° 57.0’ 33.0” N0.0° 28.0’ 35.0” E

Peter B. Phillipson – Samsul Lasut – Iska Gushilman – Bahar Fabanyo

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AnacardiaceaeBuchananiaBuchanania amboinensisSpecimen Buchanania amboinensis