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A CHECKLIST OF THE GENUS TARENNA GAERTN. (RUBIACEAE) IN THAILAND (W. KESONBUA & P. CHANTARANOTHAI)

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Thailand.—NORTHEASTERN: Khon Kaen [Khon Kaen University, cultivated, 30 June 2006, Kesonbua 182 (KKU)]; CENTRAL: Krung Thep Maha Nakhon [cultivated, 2 April 1927, Lakshanakara 304 (BK)]; PENINSULAR: Ranong [Boonyapal Waterfall, 8 Sept. 1984, Fukuoka, Santisuk & Nanakorn T-36002 (BKF); Kaper, 17 Jan. 1929, Kerr 16696 (BK, K); Ngao Waterfall, 8 July 1992, Larsen, Niyomdham, Sirirugsa, irvengadum & NØrgaard 43225 (AAU); Khao Teekin, 4 April 1962, Sutheesorn 2377 (BK)]; Surat Thani [Bangbao, 9 March 1957, Smitinand 3801 (BKF, L); Nang Wai, 7 March 1927, Kerr 12273 (BM, K) & 12274 (BM, K); Saphan Lek, 8 March 1928, Kerr 14400 (BM, K)]; Phangnga [Khao Phra Mi, Hansen & Smitinand 11837 (BKF)]; Phuket [Khao Tosac, 13 May 1967, Sutheesorn 2617 & 2618 (BK)]; Krabi [Ko Phi Phi, 1 March 1929, Kerr 172831 (BK, BM, K, L, TCD), 8 April 1930, Kerr 18879 (K, L, TCD)]; Satun [Adang Island, Laem Sone area, Maxwell 87–317 (BKF, L), Nipis, 22 July 1911, Ridley 15896 (K); Pa Thung Nui, 27 Feb. 1961, Ploenchit 1636 (BKF)]; Songkhla [Muang, Khao Kaw Seng, 19 Oct. 2004, Kesonbua 108 (KKU)]; Pattani [Khao Kalakhiri, 31 March 1928, Kerr 14933 (BM, K)].

Distribution.— Peninsular Malaysia.

Ecology.— In evergreen forest, usually along streams or by waterfalls, also on limestone hills; altitude to 600 m. Flowering and fruiting periods: September to April.

Vernacular.— Khem khiao (ÁȤÁ ¸¥ª) (Bangkok).

Notes.— Tarenna insularis is similar to T. stellulata, but differs in its narrow calyx segments, calyx lobes which are longer than the ovary, its fruiting inflorescences have fewer fruits which are crowned by persistent filiform calyces and its leaves are usually smaller.

13. Tarenna longifolia Ridl., Fl. Malay. Penins. 2: 107. 1923; Corner, Wayside Trees. 2: 652. 1940; Wong in Ng, Tree Fl. Malaya. 4: 409, 414. 1989; Turner, Gard. Bull. Singapore 47: 447.

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    Type: Malaysia, Penang, Wallich Cat. No. 1832 (holotype: K-W!).— Ixora longifolia

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      Don, Gen. Syst. 3: 573. 1834, nom. illeg; Kurz; For. Fl. Burma 2: 17. 1877.— Pavetta

longifolia Miq., Fl. Ned. Ind. 2: 275. 1857.— Webera longifolia (Miq.) Hook.f., Fl. Brit. India 3: 105. 1880; King & Gamble, Mater. Fl. Mal. Pen. 14: 69. 1904; Ridl., J. Straits Branch Roy. Asiat. Soc. 61: 55. 1912.— Chomelia longifolia (Miq.) De Wild., Ann. Mus. Congo Belge, Bot., V, 1: 206.1906.— Stylocoryna longifolia (Miq.) C.B. Rob., Proc. Amer.Acad. Arts 45: 408. 1910.

Thailand.— PENINSULAR: Phangnga [Khlong Nang Yon, 30 April 1973, Geesink & Santisuk 5061 (AAU, K)]; Trang [Khao Chong Botanical Garden, 10 Sept. 1990, Puff, Igersheim & Ueachirakan 900910–1/11 (BKF)]; Songkhla [Ton Nga Chang, 21Aug. 1992, Niyomdham 3159 (AAU)];Yala [Betong, 2April 2005, Kesonbua 140 (KKU)].

Distribution.— India, Myanmar, Peninsular Malaysia, Singapore, Borneo.

Ecology.— In evergreen forest; altitude 30–120 m. Flowering and fruiting periods: September to April.

Notes.— Tarenna longifolia is similar to T. hispidula in having drooping inflorescences and lanceolate leaves. It differs in having very firmly chartaceous leaves which are dense hairy on the lower surface, laxer inflorescences and short filiform calyxes.

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