Derrick Posted August 28, 2019 Report Share Posted August 28, 2019 I place this here for obvious reasons. Will the real Myrmecodia bracteata please reveal itself. M. bracteata nom. nud. See M. tuberosa Jack “bracteata”. I have no source for the name of this “variant”. It possibly originates from one of the following collections (H&J p279) but they have proven difficult to locate on line. C. R. Huxley & Jebb, https://www.repository.naturalis.nl/document/565633 Except. Anderson, Jar: S 9873, (1958) On a stunted padang (open area) tree, in the centre of peat swamp. Borneo Island, Malaysia. Sarawak Province, Lobok Pasir, Baram River. Yet both of these Leiden sheets are endorsed M. tuberosa ‘muelleri’ sic. http://data.biodiversitydata.nl/naturalis/specimen/L.2936351 And, Purseglove P4893, Lae, Sarawak, Telok Asam, Bako Nat. Park, http://data.biodiversitydata.nl/naturalis/specimen/L.2936354 Collections not found on line. . Borneo, Central Kalimantan, Pangkalang, Westerafd, Dunselman 153 (BO). Brunei, Tutong District, van Niel 4330 (L). Sarawak, Bako, Carrick & Enoch 167 (KLU) presumably K. L. U. Sarawak. Baram River, Haviland & Hose s.n (1894.) (K). Sarawak, Kuching. Beccari P.B. 361 (FI.) Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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