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September 26, during a brief Kostermans-Lanzing
BLUMEA
In
40
1-13
(1995)
Memoriam professor
With the death of Andre
has
personality
just
once
recovered from
more
became
where he had been
Gadok,
torical
(‘Dok’) Kostermans,
Dok
away.
had
acute.
He
out
of
hip
passed
transported
15 km
some
broken
a
one
when his
away
truly extraordinary
a
borne the inconvenience of
high
10
on
age,
such
as
July,
1994 in
and
(angina pectoris)
in Jakarta
hospital
a
in-
an
eyesight,
poor
heart condition
before from his residence
day
(1906—1994)
at
Pasir
Muncang,
His remains have been interred in the small his-
Bogor.
within the Kebun
cemetery
the age of 88,
at
bravely
number of ailments associated with
creasing
had
passed
Kostermans
A.J.G.H.
of the Government
Raya, by special permission
of Indonesia.
Kostermans
Asian
botanists
contrary
to
and
until
him
shortly
a
also he
was
a
qualities
was
easily
established
with
a
grants for botanists
plant
most
work
on
yakarta
one
come
the
father
was
a
(1924).
In
at
1925 he embarked
where he took his PhD in
Surinam. That
school
secondary
year
1936 with
he also
during
Embassy
Fellowships'
by
his
brief
a
his
was
at
Jakarta.
announced:
taught
at
on
a
the
on
secondary
which he al-
on
1
July
1906,
primary
school
at
at
of
biology
Lauraceae
schools in
at
Purworejo,
primary
Ngawi
and later in Maastricht,
study
thesis
estate
Leiden.
the Dutch-Native
at
Bandung,
at
born
was
schoolteacher
younger brother. Andre attended the
and the
with
Kostermans-Lanzing,
from the Kostermans'
Rijksherbarium
Guillaume Henri Kostermans
Joseph
Central Java. His
He had
to
scientist
much needed classical taxonomic revisions of Male-
families. The funds will
completely bequeathed
Andre
lands
to
a
contact
commemorated in Leiden
On this occasion the establishment of the 'Kostermans
sian
doubtlessly
as
strong will and determination.
and Mr. G. Kramer from the Dutch
Kostermans,
which
He worked hard
ceremony, in the presence of his sister-in-law Mrs. L.C.
foster-son Tito
industrious, intel-
political background, rank, class, colour,
nature
Kostermans
was
controversial person, but liked and loved
of their
He combined his kind
all
career.
natural charisma, and
a
September 26, 1994,
Old World Lauraceae. Somewhat
languages,
and hazardous
long
Southeast
important post-war
most
on
physically strong;
beings, irrespective
nationality.
of the
one
was
before his death. He
fellow human
On
as
leading expert
and fluent in several
through
many. Kostermans had
or
the
was
his stature, ‘Dok’
ligent, optimistic,
guided
be ranked
can
Utrecht
school.
and
Yog-
the Nether-
University,
(and Malpighiaceae)
of
Utrecht, Maastricht,
and
Fund
and
Amsterdam.
In
1938 he
subsequently
was
went
awarded
back
to
a
grant
Java
from the
(Buitenzorg),
Buitenzorg
also
teaching
(Treub
Fund)
in Jakarta. With the
2
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Professor A.J.G.H. Kostermans in
40,
No.
1,
1995
the herbarium
Photograph Ruth
van
Crevel.
at Leiden
(1976).
In
Japanese
was
to
invasion in
soon
made
Thailand in
Memoriam
1945, he returned
to
this
Anwari
Bogoriense,
After the
and
an
was
intensive
became
an
to
up
Three
invaluable liaison
Service in
trained
by
short time, but
a
In
war,
the first
on
in the
railway,
still in
officially appoint-
was
1954 onwards
(with others).
with
cooperation
1947 he
From
Bogor.
later
Singapore,
Pass. After the
Pagodas
him
new
period
In the
staff
1955
—
director of Herbarium
of Indonesia, Kostermans chose
to
1962, adopting
stay
and
services,
and Indonesia, and
was
instrumental in the
his vexation with the lack of efforts
he
vegetation,
and
by others,
upheld good
dedicated
Fully
frequently
probably
Sometimes his criticism of fellow-botanists
enemies in the process.
he rendered
on
continuously
and Leiden.
Bogor
the fate of its flora and
to
in the East
on
Indonesian first
new
Goh Hartono.
Jahja
and fruitful botanical collaboration between
pressed
to
the Dutch-Indonesian transfer of power and later
Right through
botany
transported
plant collecting.
Indonesian citizen in
from friends: Ahmad
names
3
Dilmy.
independence
officially
(1942-1945),
Forestry
Bogoriense
was
Kostermans
for the reconstruction of the Burma
for
area
ed Forest Botanist in the
1969 there
war
proceeding
Kwai Noi River basin,
for Herbarium
of
advance party
an
A. J. G. H.
1942, Kostermans joined the resistance for
prisoner
a
Professor
made
was
not
to
ex-
some
entire-
ly justified.
Kostermans
later
years,
professor
was
of
in
plant ecology
scientist
orary
officially
attached
before his retirement,
at
the
a
which
vant
east
evolved
finally
at
Bogor
grants. Up
Heyne's
databank in
an
cupboards
in
was
also
Bandung
and
Jakarta, and hon-
various
to
was
with
some
encyclopedic
in
engaged
of Dutch
plants
(since
1958)
visiting professorships
1984 he
'The useful
intended
and
Institute,
he
into the multi-national PROSEA programme
a
collected for
publications,
and
Research
Forestry
Herbarium. He held
Bogor
revised edition of K.
death he left
the
the Universities of
abroad, supported by fellowships
ating
to
assistant-director;
as
East
gener-
Indies',
(1985).
At his
70,000 reprints of rele-
'Useful
plants
of South-
Asia'.
THROUGH GUEST PROFESSORSHIPS AND STIPENDS HE STAYED FOR SEVERAL PERIODS OUTSIDE
1967
1968 USA
and
SRI
LANKA
University
1970/71
GUEST
PROFESSORSHIP
B
of
Kentucky, Lexington,
1969 SMITHSONIAN
Europe;
FOR THE
AT
AARHUS
1973 guest
A
professorship
DENMARK
USA, also visiting Europe;
FLORA
AND
OF
CEYLON
ALSO VISITING
PRO
KEW
atKRUKOF
Zurich, Switzerland; 1975-1978
AND
F
..........
In 1990 he
was
awarded the Commander's Cross of the Order of
Oranje-Nassau
in the Netherlands.
For
a more
detailed
Reinwardtia 10
by
(1982)
account
Kostermans himself with
and unfinished
of the life of Kostermans up
9-20. The
manuscripts
Rijksherbarium
personal
also has
to
an
1981,
at
L.
M. Jacobs,
unpublished
reminiscences. Most of his
will be stored
see
account
correspondence
4
BLUMEA —Vol.
In the botanical world Dr.
No.
40,
1995
1,
Kostermans will be remembered for the
following
out-
standing achievements:
His
1)
lected
an
contribution
major
unrivalled number of
Indonesia, but also including
china, and Papua
and
these
than
15
remote
in
areas
fertile and have several
of
collecting
This renders his
collections
active
developed
he
career
number of
duplicates from
The method achieved
was
in
Bogor (opened
post-colonial
derstood
in
years
by
Kostermans
scientists.
Many
science
other
or
but also
of his
a
a
a
large
high
family.
and
made hundreds of
new
The botanical
in his
long
At the
newspaper,
and
of his
peak
piling
and
material.
up
fair
a
temporarily
these later
drying
on.
dwindled.
a
new
herbarium
new
and modem herbarium
decay
With
premises.
was
urgent,
as
species
community
The
new
at
in the
increasing
was
duly
un-
original
a
Indonesian botaof Indonesian
high positions
be
will
publications, mostly
Lauracearum'
remained
genera and
grateful
national guests, and then the latests
Botany
have reached
Flora Malesiana
in
never
Laura-
amounting
will remain
(1964)
to
a
out
treatment
of the Laura-
of reach.
hundreds of
new
species,
in the Lauraceae. Two
and
genera
also
and
for the invaluable services Dok rendered
Raya,
news
on
Chrysobalana-
(see below).
and industrious life. His presence
Malesian
young
generations
annotated copy of this work is lost, but
named after him
must
several
and Tiliaceae: in total
'Bibliographia
combinations, mainly
are
number of
pupils
Sterculiaceae,
Unfortunately,
eight
a
raising
in Anacardiaceae, Bombacaceae,
complex family,
new
in
number of scientific
missed. In the Herbarium, the Kebun
exchanged.
particular
both within and outside Indonesia.
studies
in L.
Kostermans described
dozens of
or
others.
spirits,
build
to
children and
society,
very
including
duplicate
very
in
small and obsolete
a
major role
adopted
in
areas
vademecum for that
a
rapidly
children, and training
many
7,000 printed pages. His
there is
of
building
Meliaceae, Mimosaceae,
ceae,
rare
The invaluable collections had suffered
too
more
because of the less than beautiful results. But
the forests
in, by then,
played
4) His output of
ceae,
in
in
the authorities.
3) By fostering
nists,
most
wrapped
tree
(with others)
April 1970).
activities the
collecting
ceae,
as
operated
in the 'difficult' tall lowland rain
valuable than
notoriety
some
hurry,
His successful efforts
2)
over
a
40,000 numbers,
c.
He
from
mainly
Thailand, Indo-
so-called 'method Kostermans':
certain
a
Lanka,
amount to
otherwise
new or
similar collections soaked
these with
Kostermans
more
the
specimens,
duplicates.
Indonesia, predominantly
feeling
a
herbarium
from S India, Sri
his collections
all,
of Southeast Asia. He col-
exploration
high quality
gatherings
New Guinea. In
generally
are
forest and had
storing
botanical
to
in and around
or at
and
be the
will be
Bogor
sadly
his home he received many inter-
gossip
same
from all
over
the world
was
after his demise.
W.J.J.O.
de Wilde & P. Baas
In
Brief chronological
Memoriam
main
of
survey
A.J.G.H.
Professor
collecting
1938 Java: Jakarta and the islands in Jakarta
Kostermans
5
localities
and Nusa
Bay,
Kambangan.
1945
—
THAI
1946
Thailand: Kwae Noi area (partly with Bloembergen and Den Hoed).
—
WEST
1947
...................................
1948 S Borneo.
1949
2000.....................
—
CENTRAL
Morotai, Banka.
CELEBES1950
MALILI
UNFORTUNATELY
—
ALL
COLLECTIONS
LOST
1951 E and NE Borneo, Sankulirang I.; Central Java.
.....01.........
NF
—
1952 E Borneo
(Baratus Mt, etc.).
—
and NE Borneo.
1954
1953 SROR
—
1955
E
AND
CENTRAL
BORNEO
W
JAVA
..................
1956 Central Borneo.
1957 NE Borneo.
1958
.............
—
W Java: Prinsen I.;
Bali.
—
1960 W
Java: Pulau
—
Pencang,
Sumbawa; E Java (Purwodadi Bot. Gard.); S Borneo.
SUMBAWA
W
Ujong
Kulon.
—
1961
1962
JAVA
—
SRI
LANKA
1966 SW Celebes; FOR
W Irian Jaya.SMITHSONIAN
1969
.....
—
1977 S India (with Ridsdale); Kuala Lumpur.
7979/
............
—
1980 Sri Lanka.
Eponymy
kostermansiana P. J. A. KeGler
Orophea
Annonaceae:
kostermansii W.R.
Reksodihardjo;
Philipson
—
Kostermansia
Soegeng-Reksodihardjo;
Combretum kostermansii Exell
Dilmy
—
—
Kostermansia
Soepadmo
malayanus (Kosterm.)
—
G.T. Prance
—
cosia kostermansii Sleumer; Vaccinium kostermansii Sleumer
Glochidion kostermansii
kostermansii
Airy
Shaw
Airy Shaw; Macaranga
Fagaceae: Lithocarpus
—
courtiaceae: Casearia kostermansii
Gesncriaceac:
Monophyllaea
kostermansiana
sea
Robyns
kostermansii
&
—
Ocotea
—
ex
King)
Combretaceae:
kostermansiana
Diply-
Euphorbiaceae:
Perry; Phyllanthus
kostermansii
Sleumer; Ryparosa
Wilczek; Cryptocarya
Chrysobalana-
Ericaceae:
—
kostermansii
kostermansii B.L. Burtt
C.E.Chang;
—
heteropetalus (Scort.
kostermansii Weibel
Soegeng-
malayana
Burseraceae: Cana-
Dipterocarpaccac: Anisoptera
Elaeocarpaceae: Elaeocarpus
Osmoxylon
kostermansii
kostermansii Kalkman
Dacryodes
Kostermanthus G. T. Prance; Kostermanthus
G.T. Prance; Kostermanthus
Araliaceae:
—
Coelostegia
Neesia kostermansiana
Soegeng-Reksodihardjo;
rium kostermansii Leenhouts;
ceae:
Bombacaceae:
Soepadmo
—
Fla-
kostermansii Sleumer
—
Lauraceae: Beilschmiedia
kostermansiana C. K. Allen; Lit-
kostermansiana Vattimo
—
Leguminosae:
Acacia kostermansii I. Nielsen; Adenanthera kostermansii I. Nielsen; Albizia kostermansii I.Nielsen; Bauhinia kostermansii K. Larsen & S.S.
kostermansii C.
Niyomdham;
Mucuna kostermansia H.
bium kostermansianum Mohlenbr.
—
Meliaceae:
Larsen; Crotalaria
Wiriadinata;
Aglaia
Pithecello-
kostermansii
(Prijanto)
Kosterm.; Lansium kostermansii Prijanto; Reinwardtiodendronkostermansii (Pri-
janto)
D.J.
Mabberley
Myristicaccae:
—
Monimiaceae: Kibara kostermansii W.R.
Knema kostermansiana W. J. J.O. de Wilde
kostermansii B.C. Stone
—
Pandanaceae: Freycinetia
Rutaceae: Tetractomia kostermansii T.G.
termansiana I.G.M. Tantra
—
—
Philipson
Myrsinaceae:
—
Ardisia
kostermansii B.C. Stone
—
Sterculiaceae: Sterculia kos-
Tiliaceae: Colona kostermansiana
tenia kostermansii Roekmowati-Hartono
termansii Moldcnke.
Hartley
—
—
Verbenaceae:
Wirawan;
Schou-
Teijsmanniodendron
kos-
6
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1995
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—
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—
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van een
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on
In:
oorspronkelijk
aan
het wildreservaat
'Botanische
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Humbert,
—
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Flore de
Jard. Bot.
bos
14
et
(Celebes).
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R. Br.
(Sterculiaceae).
—
door
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genus
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ser.
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Plants I—III.
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on
—
van
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1950 en
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in
—
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1
(2):
75-106.
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on
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on New
A historical
A
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survey
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survey
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historical
Some
from eastern Indonesia.
Leguminous genera
two
—
of Lauraceae
II.
of Lauraceae
III.
new names in
African
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1
(Jakarta)
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of Beilschmiedia
1
451-457.
(4):
1
(5):
1
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83-95.
(4):
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—
—
459-461.
(4):
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—
species
1
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—
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137-138.
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on
Durian
(Durio) species
of East Borneo.
Beberapa keterangan tentang djenis
(Some
notes
Indonesia
Explorasi
2
on
(4):
botanis
Durio
The
and critical
search
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sobre
2
(5):
Malaysian
dari
Natuur
Trop.
in the forests
(1):
2
hutan
Plants I.
—
rimba.
2
33: 31-35.
dekat Samarinda
Samarinda,
near
(Kalimantan Timur).
Eastern
and technical
(Botanical
Reinwardtia
and
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—
Rimba
forest
exploration.)
—
2
357-366.
(2):
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(Sterculiaceae). —
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13-23.
Lauraceae-Lauroideae
as
—
dalam hutan
201-207.
Schott & Endl.
2
(Jakarta)
found
spp.
dan teknis
Scaphium
genera
durian
164-169.
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New
2
sul-americanas.
—
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Agron.
Norte
(Brasil)
28:
49-76.
1954
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W.
Meijer) Rapport
Borneo
J.
(with
van
Ganua
New
A
den
Assem)
Pierre
and critical
note
een
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Dubard.
Malaysian
expeditie
monograph
included
forest.)
of the
in
naar
1-70
n.p.
of the
de
—
Bull.
Kalimantan-Timur
Asiatic, Malaysian,
Mart.
—
3
van
Balikpapan),
Oost
(3):
3
(8-10):
Australian
area
a
wider
sense.
IVa.
335-338.
(4):
dikenal.
(A
less-known fruit-tree in
the
349-351.
and Pacific
of
species
Sci. Res. Indonesia
Organ.
in
481-483.
1-25.
(1):
jang djarang
Bull.
Malaysian
Blumea 7
—
Jard. Bot. Etat 24
Rimba Indonesia
Pithecolobium
of the
Sapotaceae
Plants II. —Reinwardtia
—
Gunung Beratus (Piek
[mimeographed].
(Additional Notes).
Sterculiaceae.
didalam rimba
East-Bornean
A
ex
African
on some
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Zoetwaterdolfijnen
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New
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tanan,
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tanan,
Borneo
31
IJzerhout
40
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—
Penggemar Alam
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of iron-wood
53: 68.
in
Borneo.)
—
Rimba In-
Plants
III.
—
Djawatan
Kehutanan
Indonesia, Bagian Planologi
Kchu-
Djawatan
Kehutanan
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air.
60-62.
Malaysian
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diatas
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—
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The
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The
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Reinwardtia
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The
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Reinwardtia
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Ochrocarpus
15
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69-74.
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Potameia DuPetit-Thouars
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Reinwardtia
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4
281-310.
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Madagascar.
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The
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Cullenia
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357-460
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Bornean
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Burma, Malaya
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Durio
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Additional
Sumatra;
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233-254.
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Bornean genus
Reinwardtia
—
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5
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Brownlowieae.
—
255-265.
Reinwardtia
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319-321.
New
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Reinwardtia
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341-369.
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A
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—
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Reinwardtia
Reinwardtia
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Chun & How
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—
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6
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—
II.
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—
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Reinwardtia
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A
7
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423 -424.
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(5):
7
(5):
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425-431.
433-449.
451-536.
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