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THAI FOREST BULLETIN (BOTANY) 36

Vernacular.— Khem khao (ÁȤµª) (Prachuap Khiri Khan); plong dong (¡¨°) (Saraburi); saming kham ram (­¤·¶¦µ¤) (Southeastern); mi kham ram (®¤¸¶¦µ¤), ya yuan hin (¥µª®·) (Trat).

Notes.— Tarenna collinsae is very similar to T. cinerea in leaf shape, inflorescence shape and size. It differs mainly in the leaves being glabrous on both surfaces, and in the infructescences with more fruits. Also, the secretory colleters present on the stipules are more clearly visible than in T. cinerea.

5. Tarenna costata (Miq.) Merr., Philipp. J. Sci. 52: 472. 1921; Ridl., Fl. Malay Penins. 2: 109. 1923; Craib, Fl. Siam. 2: 89. 1932; Corner, Wayside Trees. 2: 651. 1940; Wong in Ng, Tree Fl. Mal. 4: 410, 415. 1989; Turner, Gard. Bull. Singapore 47: 447. 1995.— Stylocoryna costata Miq., Fl. Ned. Ind. 2: 203. 1857 & Sum. Seine Pflanzenwelt: 217. 1862; King & Gamble, J. Asiat. Soc. Bengal, Pt. 2, Nat. Hist. 72: 201. 1903. Type: Malaysia, Malacca, 14 March 1967, Maingay 945 (lectotype K!).— Webera costata (Miq.) Hook.f., Fl. Brit. India 3: 103. 1880.— Webera costata (Miq.) Boerl., Handl. Fl. Ned. Ind. 2(1): 129. 1891, nom. illeg.

Thailand.— SOUTHEASTERN: Rayong [Ban Pe, 21 Feb. 1930, Put 2871 (AAU, BK, BM, K), 21 Feb. 1980, Put 2733 (K)]; Chanthaburi [Khao Sabap, Kerr 18089 (BK, K)]; Trat [Khao Kuap, 20 May 1930, Put 2871 (BK, BM, K); Khao Saming, 2 Jan. 1930, Kerr 17915 (BK, BM, K), 30 Jan. 1927, Put 595 (BK, BM, K); Ko Chang, 5 May 1923, Marcan 1309 (BM,

  • K)

    ]; PENINSULAR: Ranong [Khlong Ban Bong, 26 Nov. 1974, Indraphong 63 (AAU, K, L,

  • P)

    ; Kraburi, Bang Yai Waterfall, 23 April 1967, Sutheesorn 2359 (BK)]; Surat Thani [Ko

Samui, 9April 1927, Kerr 12556 (AAU, BK, BM, K), 7 March 1930, Kerr 18406 (BK, K)]; Phangnga [Khao Katawan, 7 March 1930, Kerr 18406 (AAU, BK, BM, K)]; Krabi [Ko Pu, 12 April 1930, Kerr 18956 (BK, BM)]; Satun [Adang Island, 15 Jan. 1928, Kerr 13983 (AAU, BK, BM, K)]; Narathiwat [Sirindhorn Waterfall, 15 Sept. 1997, Niyomdham 5139 (BKF)].

Distribution.— India, Peninsular Malaysia, Singapore, Sumatra, Borneo, Philippines.

Ecology.— Scattered in lowland evergreen forest; altitude to 300 m. Flowering and fruiting periods: September to April.

Vernacular.— Nuan (ª¨) (Surat Thani); ya yuan (¥µª) (Trat).

Notes.— Tarenna costata is distinguished by its corolla lobes are distinctly shorter than the tube, numerous ovules and seeds. The species differs from others in having a tree- like habit and sparsely short hairy obovate leaves in which the lateral nerves are conspicuous on the lower surface.

6. Tarenna curtisii (King) F.N.Williams, Bull. Herb. Boissier 2(5): 952. 1905; Ridl., Fl. Malay Penins. 2: 107. 1923; Craib, Fl. Siam. 2: 90. 1932; Wong in Ng, Tree Fl. Malaya 4: 412, 414. 1989; Turner, Gard. Bull. Singapore 47: 447. 1995.— Webera curtisii King, J. Asiat. Soc. Bengal, Pt. 2, Nat. Hist. 73: 67. 1904. Type: Thailand, Satun, Tarutao Island, March 1892, Curtis 2805 (holotype K!; isotype SING!).

Thailand.— PENINSULAR: Phangnga [no locality, Haniff & Nur 3556 (SING)]; Satun [Tarutao Island, March 1892, Curtis 2805 (K, SING)].

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