Gomphostemma phetchaburiense (Lamiaceae), a new species from a limestone karst in southwest Thailand., a new species from Phetchaburi Province, Thailand, is described and illustrated. A key to the species of in Thailand is provided and conservation status and the dimorphic leaf characters are discussed.
Journal articleBackground and aims Ultramafic soils have high metal concentrations, offering a key opportunity to understand if such metals are strong predictors of leaf stoichiometry. This is particularly relevant for tropical forests where large knowledge gaps exist. Methods On the tropical island of Sulawesi, Indonesia, we sampled forests on sand, limestone,...
Trethowan, Liam A. ; Blonder, Benjamin ; Kintamani, Endang ; Girmansyah, Deden ; Utteridge, Timothy M. A. …