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Correspondence
Published: 2022-01-06

Disepalum rawagambut (Annonaceae), a new tree species from peat swamp forest of Sumatra, Indonesia

Integrated Tropical Peat Research Program, NUS Environmental Research Institute (NERI), T-Labs, National University of Singapore, 5A Engineering Drive 1, Singapore 117411; Natural Kapital Indonesia, Jalan Karna Sosial, No. 88, Pontianak 78121
Integrated Tropical Peat Research Program, NUS Environmental Research Institute (NERI), T-Labs, National University of Singapore, 5A Engineering Drive 1, Singapore 117411; ConservationLinks, 100, Commonwealth Crescent, #08-80, Singapore 140100
National Parks Board, Singapore Botanic Gardens, Research and Conservation, 1 Cluny Road, Singapore 259569
Annoneae Disepalum rawagambut peat swamp rawa gambut Sumatra plant taxonomy Magnoliids

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