150-year records gap on Sulawesi ends with five new species in the world's largest tree genus

The Indonesian island of Sulawesi’s unique fauna has received far more attention than its flora. But the authors of a study describing five new tree species — the first new species belonging to the world’s largest tree genus found on Sulawesi in 167 years — hope to change that.

150-year records gap on Sulawesi ends with five new species in the world's largest tree genus

It seemed rather unusual that the largest tree genus, Syzygium, containing over 1500 species, was only represented by about a dozen of records on the biodiversity-rich island of Sulawesi, the ...

Mon 19 Jun 17 from Phys.org

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Five New Species in the World's Largest Tree Genus Identified

NewsIt seemed rather unusual that the largest tree genus, Syzygium, containing over 1500 species, was only represented by about a dozen of records on the biodiversity-rich island of Sulawesi. Contributed ...

Mon 19 Jun 17 from Laboratory Equipment

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