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Zollingeria Kurz (Sapindaceae), a genus new to the flora of Borneo


, : Zollingeria Kurz (Sapindaceae), a genus new to the flora of Borneo. Blumea 37(1): 73-76

Zollingeria borneensis sp. nov., a tree 60 m tall, is described, from specimens collected in lowland primary forest in Sabah.

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