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REINWARDTIA Published by Herbarium Bogoriense, Kebun Raya Indonesia Volume 4, Part 2, pp. 119 - 161 (1957)

HERBARIUM BOGORIENSE Keeper: ANWARI DILMY, Lecturer in Taxonomy, Academy of Biology.

Staff: M. JACOBS, Botanist. R. SUTKISNO SADIKIN, Assistant. R. WOERJANTOEO, Curator of the Collections.

Honorary collaborators: Dr K. B. BOEDIJN, Professor, Faculties of Agriculture and Veterinary Sciences, University of Indonesia. Dr M. A. DONK, Leiden, Netherlands. Dr A. J. G. H. KOSTERMANS, Forest Service of Indonesia. Mr J. A. SCHUUBMAN.

FLORAE MALESIANAE PRAECURSORES XIV A REVISION OF THE GENUS DIPLYCOSIA (ERICACEAE) by H. SLEUMER * SUMMARY

In this revision of the nearly exclusively Malaysian genus Diplycosia Bl. 84 species and 12 varieties are distinguished, of which 17 new Malaysian species resp. 8 varieties and 2 extramalaysian species are described; 4 species have been reduced to varietal rank, 1 new name has been proposed. An index to specimens has been added. INTRODUCTION

With the gradual progress of exploration of Malaysia many new species have been described in the genus Diplycosia Bl., but no general treatment has ever been undertaken. It seemed therefore necessary to revise the genus to reach a satisfactory basis for 'Flora Malesiana'. Previous authors considered the genus to extend through Malaysia as far as the Eastern Himalaya and Burma. In the present revision it appears to be limited nearly completely to the proper Malaysian flora, with only three species (one of them endemic) in S. Siam and one endemic species in S. Annam. The bulk of the species is found in Borneo (especially on Mt Kinabalu) ; Sumatra, Celebes, and New Guinea show a less rich development. Many species are based on a single collection (20 spp.) or have a very restricted area (c. 47 spp.). In the course of this revision it has become evident, that Diplycosia cannot be further divided into sections, although some minor, apparently natural groups of species have been noticed. The division by Bentham & Hooker f., who distinguished two subgenera Eudiplycosia and Gaultheriopsis, based on the habit of three of the four species known in their time, is no longer tenable. The key to the species offered here is undoubtedly artificial in many respects. I have avoided — as far as possible — to use the finer differ* Flora Malesiana Foundation, Leyden. — 119 —

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ences in the structure of the stamens which are difficult to handle in Diplycosia and have preferred to work mainly with the indument characters of the stems, leaves and flowers. The variation in the indumenttypes (well recognizable only by use of a lens), is rather large in the genus, but the indument types themselves are surprisingly constant in the species, a phenomenon similarly found in other genera of Ericaceae. Descriptions are given only of the new species and of those which fall outside the area covered by the 'Flora Malesiana'. My study has been based on herbarium specimens borrowed from the following institutions: Arnold Arboretum (A) Lae (LAE) Bogor (BO) Melbourne (MEL) Calcutta (CAL) New York (NY) Edinburgh (E) Manila (PNH) Florence (FI) Stockholm (S) Gray Herbarium (GH) Kuching (SAR) Kepong (KEP) Singapore (SING) Leiden (L) Utrecht (U) The material preserved in British Museum (BM) Kew (K) Paris (P) has been studied during a stay at London and Paris. D I P L Y C O S I A BL. Diplycosia Blume, Bijdr. 857. 1826; DC, Prodr. 7: 591. 1839; Meisn., Gen. 247 (154). 1839; Dietr., Syn. 2: 1370, 1389. 1840; Reichb., Norn. 127. 1841; Klotzsch in Linnaea 24: 18. 1851; Miq., Fl. Ind. Bat. 2: 1054. 1859; Benth. & Hook, f., Gen. PI. 2: 583. 1876, incl. subgen. Eudiplycosia et Gaultheriopsis; Becc, Malesia 1: 210. 1878; Dru.de in E. & P. Nat. PflFam. IV 1: 46. 1891; K. & G. in J. As. Soc. Bengi 74, ii: 70. 1906; Koord., Exk. Fl. Java 3: 7. 1912; J. J. S. in Koord. & Val., Bijdtf. Booms. Java 13: 126. 1914; Schltr. in Bot. Jahrb. 55: 162. 1918; Ridl., Fl. Mai. Pen. 2: 213. 1923; Copel. f. in Philip. J. Sc. 47: 63. 1932; Sleum. in Bot. Jahrb. 72: 207. . 1942; Amshoff in Backer, Bekn. Fl. Java (em. ed.) 7b fam. 162: 5. 1948, non Clarke in Hook, f., Fl. Br. Ind. 3: 495. 1882.—Dypleeosia G. Don, Gen. Syst. 3: 788. 1834.—Diplecosia G. Don I.e. 756.—Diplicosia Bndl., Gen. 756, in syn. 1839.—Diplocosia Spach, Veg-. phan. 9: 443, in syn. 1840.—Amphiealyx BL, Fl. Jav. praef. VII, in syn. 1828; Endl. Gen., 756, pro sect. Gaultheriae, descr. 1839; ditto, Ench. 370. 1841; BL, Fl. Jav. Icon. ined. t. 9. 1863-1883.

D. heterophylla Bl. As to the choice of the type-species, the following may be stated. Copeland f. I.c. 65 says, that "D. pilosa which Blume listed first, is to be LECTOTYPE SPECIES:

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regarded as the type". From this arbitrary point of view he concludes that the classification by Bentham & Hooker f. into 2 subgenera "is to be rejected, because D. pilosa, the type, was included in subgen. Gaultheriopsis instead of in Eudiplycosia". I cannot agree with Copeland f. in selecting D. pilosa Bl. as the typespecies of Diplycosia, which for the reason he gives, was chosen by him in a purely mechanical way, not adopted in the rules. In contrary we have to follow Bentham & Hooker f., who anticipated what we call 'typification', when they divided the genus into one 'typical' part, i.e. subgen. Eudiplycosia, with D. latifolia Bl. and D. heterophylla Bl., and into one apparently 'non-typical', gaultheria-like part, i.e. subgen. Gaultheriopsis, with D. pilosa Bl. and "other not yet described species". Reasonably the typespecies of Diplycosia has to be chosen from subgen. Eudiplycosia. I therefore consider D. heterophylla Bl. as the type-species; D. latifolia Bl. is regarded in my work as a variety of it. KEY TO THE SPECIES

1. Branchlets (young shoots) laxly to very densely setose or setulose, otherwise whether or not patent-puberulous. 2. Branchlets (young shoots) setose or setulose only, no other fine patent pubescence present. 3. Calyx outside densely and longish setose or setulose. 4. Pedicels stoutish. Bristles on the calyx all or for their greater number ± appressed or obliquely suberect, 2.5—5 mm. 5. Leaves underneath set with ± coarse, patent-upright bristles. 6. Nerves in 1—3 pairs, only slightly distinct, or nerves ± inconspicuous. 7. Corolla ± shortly setulose-hairy in its upper part. 8. Leaves subcaudate-acuminate (coriaceous, shining above, strongly revolute at the margin), (3—)3.5—5(—7) cm in length. Borneo . . . . 1. D. rufa 8. Leaves short-acuminate, 1—3 cm in length. 9. Leaves coriaceous, slightly revolute at the margin, shining above, (1—) 1.5—2 (rarely up to 3) by 0.7—1(—1.2) cm. Ovary laxly, hairy. Borneo. 2. D. chrysothrix 9. Leaves subcoriaceous, quite flat, dull above, 2—3 by (1,2—)1.3—1,9 cm. Ovary glabrous. Borneo S. D. carrii 7. Corolla entirely glabrous. Borneo U- D. barbigera 6. Nerves in (5—)6—7 pairs, ± distinctly impressed above, prominent beneath. 10. Pedicels (3—)4—5(—7) mm. Calyx lobes 1,5—2 mm. Borneo. 5. D. saurauioides 10. Pedicels (0.8—)1—1.3 cm. Calyx lobes ± 3.5 mm. Borneo. 6. D. clementium 5. Leaves underneath set with fine and manifestly appressed bristles. Borneo. 7. D. aurea 4. Pedicels slender. Bristles on the calyx spreading in all directions, (1—)1.5—2,5

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11. Bristles manifestly gland-tipped. Pedicels setose only, 5—8 mm. Filaments 3.5 mm. New Guinea 8. D. lilianae 11. Bristles ©glandular. Pedicels besides the bristles rather densely covered with fine whitish hairs, 10—25 mm. Filaments 1.5—2 mm. Luzon . . 9. D. loheri 3. Calyx outside rather laxly and shortly (0.5—1 mm), generally crisped- or manifestly appressed-setulose, or puberulous, or glabrous. 12. Style ± densely shortly patent-pubescent. Celebes 10. D. aperta 12. Style completely glabrous. 13. Corolla ± densely pubescent, at least in the upper half. (Ovary densely hairy). 14. Branchlets densely setose. Corolla longish crisped-hairy in the upper half. Sumatra 11. D. pubivertex 14. Branchlets very laxly setulose (finally glabrous at all). Corolla nearly entirely covered with straight ± appressed hairs. Sumatra . . . 12. D. atjehensis 13. Corolla glabrous or practically so (some glandular hairs occasionally present in 24. D. tetramera). (Ovary pubescent or glabrous). 15. Flower 1 or 2 per axil (occasionally also 3 in other axils of the same specimen). .16. Leaves surpassing 11 cm in length. Pedicels (2—)2.5—3.5(—4) cm. Borneo. 13. D. pendndiflora 16. Leaves not exceeding 11 cm in length. Pedicels rarely up to 2 cm. 17. Leaves lanceolate, up to 7 mm wide. 18. Leaves, very dense, covering partly each other, on very densely setose branchlets. Ovary hirsute. Borneo 14. D. ciliolata 18. Leaves subdensely to laxly arranged, not covering each other partly, on laxly to subdensely setose branchlets. Ovary glabrous. 19. Pedicels slender, laxly setulose at anthesis. Corolla red. Celebes. 15. D. filipes 19. Pedicels rather stoutish, subdensely setulose at anthesis. Corolla white, with flesh tinge. New Guinea. . 34a. D. morobeensis var. morobeensis 17. Leaves, if lanceolate, wider than 7 mm, or leaves of other form. 20. Pedicels laxly or mostly rather densely longish (1.5—2 mm) and ± patently setulose, always surpassing 3 mm in length. (Ovary glabrous). 21. Calyx glabrous dorsally or practically so. 22. Leaves (ovate, subcaudate) 5—7 by 2.5—3,5 cm. Siam. 16. D. epiphyticu 22. Leaves smaller, up to 2 cm wide. 23. Corolla subglobose-urceolate, 5 mm. Leaves narrow-oblong-elliptic, (2—) 2,5—4(—5) by (0,8—)1—1,7(—2) cm. New Guinea 17. D. rufesce-yis 23. Corolla subcampanulate, 4 mm. Leaves elliptic to ovate, (0.9—)1,2— 1.7(—1.9) by (0.5—) 0.6—-lcm. Celebes. . . . 18. D. triangulanthera 21. Calyx dorsally ± laxly clad with ± appressed and ± crisped stoutish bristle-like hairs. 24. Leaves ovate or elliptic-oblong, ± abruptly acuminate at the apex, the terminal gland small. 25. Corolla 6.5 mm. Celebes 19. D. kjellbevgii 25. Corolla 1—1,1 cm. Celebes 20. D. hirsuta 24. Leaves elliptic, ± rounded at the apex, the terminal gland thick and protruding beyond the leaf margin.

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26. Corolla 6 by 2.5 mm. Bracteoles glabrous dorsally. New Guinea. 21. D. rosea 26. Corolla 9 by 5 mm. Bracteoles densely short-setulose dorsally. New Guinea 22. D. setosa 20. Pedicels laxly to subdensely short- and crisped-, or, if the bristles are longer, appressed-setulose, or muriculate, or pubescent, or nearly glabrous, or pedicels up to 3 mm in length. (Ovary pubescent or glabrous). 27. Ovary sparsely to densely pubescent. 28. Leaves up to 2.8 cm in length, but for the greater part shorter in the same specimen. 29. Leaves ovate, (persistently rufous-setulose underneath). Borneo. 23a. D. pseudorufescens var. pseudorufescens 29. Leaves (broadly) elliptic to elliptic-oblong. 30. Style 5—6 mm. (Stamens 8). Sumatra ,. 24. D. tetramera 30. Style 2—3 mm. 31. Bristles on the branchlets ± patent, very dense. Malay Peninsula, Borneo 23b. D. pseudorufescens var. elliptifolia 31. Bristles on the branchlets ± appressed, subdense to lax. 32. Stamens 8. Philippines (Negros) 25. D. parvifolia 32. Stamens 10. New Guinea (also Morotai?) 26. D. soror 28. Leaves, at least in part in the same specimen, exceeding 2,8 cm in length. 33. Leaves ovate, rufous-setulose beneath for a long time. Sumatra. 27. D. glauciflora 33. Leaves (broadly) elliptic or elliptic-oblong, caducously setulose, resp. only punctate underneath or entirely glabrous in later stages. 34. Corolla ovoid. New Guinea 28. D. ledermannii 34. Corolla campanulate. 35. Leaves (broadly) elliptic, rarely oblong-elliptic, (4.5—)5—7.5(—10) by (2,5—)3—6(—6.5) cm. Sumatra. 29a. D. braehyantha var. brachyantha 35. Leaves obovate, 2—3,5 by 1—2 cm. Sumatra. 29b. D. brachyantha var. parvula 27. Ovary entirely glabrous. . 36. Lateral nerves impressed above up to the apex of the leaves in dry specimens. 37. Leaves triplinerved. 38. Pedicels 2—3 (rarely up to 5) cm. Corolla 4 mm. Philippines (Mindanao) 30. D. apoensis 38. Pedicels 1,5—2 cm long. Corolla 9 mm. New Guinea. 31. D. schultzei 37. Leaves 5—7-plinerved. Celebes 32. D. undata 36. Lateral nerves not or only obscurely impressed above in dry specimens. 39. Leaves lanceolate to oblong-elliptic. 40. Flowers sessile or nearly so. Indochina (Annam). S3. D. annamensis 40. Pedicels 3—6(—10) mm. 41. Leaves, at least initially, with scattered bristles underneath. Stamens 10. New Guinea 34a. D. morobeensis var. morobeensis 41. Leaves laxly punctate underneath. Stamens 8. Philippines (Negros). 25. D. parvifolia

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39. Leaves ovate to elliptic-ovate. 42. Corolla 7—8 mm. New Guinea 35. D. rupicola 42. Corolla c. 4 mm. New Guinea. . Sib. D. morobeensis var. ovatifolia 15. Flowers 3—6 (rarely up to 9) in all or at least in the lower axils, the uppermost axils sometimes only with 2 flowers, or very rarely 1 flower in the same specimen. 43. Leaves narrow-lanceolate, 3—6 mm wide. Borneo. . . 36. D. kalmiifolia 43. Leaves various in form, wider than 7 mm. 44. Corolla (9—) 10—11 mm. Leaves with ± persistent longish marginal bristles. Borneo 37. D. kinabaluensis 44. Corolla up to 8 mm. Leaves with ± early caducous marginal bristles. 45. Calyx lobes c. 4 mm. Ovary laxly to densely pubescent. 46. Corolla campanulate. 47. Leaves (broadly) elliptic, rarely oblong-elliptic, (4.5)5—7.5(—10) by (2.5—)3—6(—6.5) cm. Sumatra. 29a. D. braehyantha var. brachyantha 47. Leaves obovate, 2—3,5 by 1—2 cm. Sumatra. 29b. D. brachyantha var. parvula 46. Corolla urceolate-cylindric. Sumatra 38. D. sumatrensis 45. Calyx lobes 1.5—2 (rarely up to 3) mm. Ovary completely glabrous. 48. Bracts at the base of the inflorescence very numerous, ovate-acuminate to lanceolate, 2—4 mm. Bracteoles (2—)2,5—3 mm. 49. Pedicels densely crisped-ferrugineous-pubescent. Sumatra. 39. D. crassiramea 49. Pedicels densely patent-glandular-setulose. Borneo. 70b. D. pittosporifolia var. punctiloba 48. Bracts at the base of the inflorescence mostly few, ± ovate, obtuse, up to 1,5 mm. Bracteoles 1—1,5 mm. 50. Leaves 3—5-plinerved from and from above the base (lower half of the lamina), the higher lateral nerves, if any, much less distinct. 51. Anthers linear as or nearly as long as the anther-cells. Corolla shortcylindric to subcampanulate. 52. Branchlets densely patent-setose. Philippines (Mindanao). 40a. D. trinervia var. trinervia 52. Branchlets very laxly appressed-setose. Philippines (Mindanao). 40b. D. trinervia var. urdanetensis 51. Anthers oblong to ovate-oblong, the tubules much shorter than the anther-cells. 53. Leaves rigidly coriaceous, ± concave when dry. New Guinea. 41. D. lamii 53. Leaves subcoriaceous to coriaceous, ± flat when dry. 54. Leaves (10—)12—17 by 3,5—5,5 cm. Borneo. . . 42. D. orophila 54. Leaves smaller, (2—)3—6 (rarely in part up to 10) cm in length. 55. Shoots ± densely setose initially (but glabrescent with age). Pedicels at the anthesis rather densely appressed-setulose and finely short-pubescent, the bristles ± caducous under the fruit. Leaves setose on both faces initially. 56. Calyx glabrous. Philippines. . . 43a. D. luzonica var. luzonica

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67. Margin of the calyx lobes set with longish (c. 1.5 mm) coarse not glandular bristles. Sumatra 53. D. einnabarina 67. Margin of the calyx lobes short-ciliate or -fimbriate. 68. Leaves linear, i.e. equally wide (up to 2.5 mm) their entire length. 69. Leaves (1—)1.5—2 cm by 0,5—0,8 mm. Ovary glabrous. Borneo 54. D. piceifolia 69. Leaves (3—)4.5—5.5(—6) cm by 1,5—2(—2.5) mm. Ovary pubescent. Borneo. 55. D. pinifolia 68. Leaves not linear and wider than 3 mm. 1 70. Leaves narrow-lanceolate , 4—6 mm wide. 71. Leaves (2—)2,3—3,5 cm long. Celebes 56. D. stenophylla 71. Leaves (1—)1.2—1.4(—1,6) cm long. Borneo 57. D. myrtitlus 70. Leaves various in form, wider than 7 mm. 72. Branchlets besides the patent puberuience manifestly setose. Leaves ± persistently setose beneath, at least in the lower half and/or along the midrib. 73. Bristles on the branchlets short, subdense and ± appressed. Leaf base ± cuneate. 74. Pedicels glabrous. Corolla red. Sumatra 58. D. rubella 74. Pedicels glandular-setulose. Corolla greenish. 75. Calyx rather densely and shortly red-pilose. Malay Peninsula. 59a.. D. lancifolia var. land folia 75. Calyx completely glabrous. Malay Peninsula. 59b. D. la/neifoMa var. calvescens 73. Bristles on the branchlets longish, very dense and ± patent. Leaf base rounded or mostly so. (Pedicels ± densely crisped-setulose. Corolla light yellow or greenish). Java 60. D. pilosa 72. Branchlets besides the patent puberuience very laxly or mostly not setose or setulose. Leaves early glabrescent, whether or not punctate beneath. 76. Leaves ± abruptly caudate- or subcaudate-acuminate at the apex. 77. Leaves lanceolate-ovate, up to 2,1 cm wide. Flowers generally solitary. Pedicels c. 2 mm. Borneo 61. D. caudatifolia 77. Leaves ovate-elliptic, all or at least partly 2.5—4 cm wide in the same specimen. Flowers generally 3—5 per fascicle. Pedicels (3—) 4—6 mm. Borneo 62. D. memecyloides 76. Leaves gradually and ± broadly attenuate-acuminate or obtuse to rounded at the apex. 78. Corolla c. 1 cm, campanulate, Pedicels very slender, 1.2—2.6 cm. Celebes. 63. D. gradlipes 78. Corolla up to 7 mm, urceolate or subcampanulate. 79. Corolla 6,5—7 mm. (Ovary glabrous). 80. Pedicels 1.5—3 mm, rather stoutish. Corolla white. Celebes. 64. D. celebensis 80. Pedicels 6—8(—10) mm, slender. Corolla blood-red. Celebes. 65. D. haemantha 79. Corolla 3—3,5 mm. 81. Ovary hairy. Leaves finely crenulate, subdensely punctate beneath, the apical gland conspicuous. Celebes. . . . . 66. D. minutiflora

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81. Ovary glabrous. Leaves entire, not or very laxly punctate, the apical gland obscure. Borneo . 67. D. kemulensis 1. Branchlets (young shoots) completely glabrous i.e. without hairs or bristles, otherwise whether or not (glandular-) punctate. 82. Leaves (mostly obtuse at the apex) markedly apiculate by a thick gland, which protrudes beyond the leaf margin. 83. Leaves linear, i.e. equally wide their entire length, (3—)5—7.5 cm by (1.5—) 1.8—3 mm. Borneo 68. D. rosmarinifolia 83. Leaves not linear, all or at least most of them wider than 4 mm in the same specimen. 84. Flowers 4-merous. Borneo. . 67. D. kemulensis 84. Flowers 5-merous. 85. Corolla ± densely appressed-hairy outside. Sumatra. . . 19,. D. atjehensis 85. Corolla glabrous outside or practically so. 86. Ovary laxly to densely pilose. 87. Corolla (± tubular) (9—) 10—11 by 5 mm. Sumatra. . . 69. D. apieulifera 87. Corolla up to 7 mm in length. 88. Corolla (widely) campanulate. Calyx lobes 4 mm. 89. Corolla green, 6—7 by 5—6 mm. Leaves (4.5—) 5—7.5 (—10) by (2,5—) 3—6(—6.5) cm. Sumatra. . . . 29a. D. brachyantha var. brachyantha. 89. Corolla white, 5—6 by c. 3 mm. Leaves 2—3.5 by 1—2 cm. Sumatra. 29b. D. brachyantha var. parvula 88. Corolla ovoid, 7 mm. Calyx lobes c. 2 mm. New Guinea. 88. D. ledermannii 86. Ovary entirely glabrous. 90. Pedicels laxly to subdensely longish (1—1,3 mm) and ± patently glandularsetulose. Borneo 70a. D. pittosporifolia var. pittospori folia 90. Pedicels very shortly (whether or not glandular-) subsetulose or muriculate and/or short-pubescent, or glabrous. 91. Flowers generally solitary or in pairs, rarely also 3 in one or the other axil of the same specimen. 92. Pedicels 2—3 mm at the anthesis (in fruit up to 4 mm only). New Guinea. 71. D. lysolepis 92. Pedicels (5—) 6—15 mm at the anthesis. 93. Corolla 10 mm. Celebes 72. D. retusa 93. Corolla c. 7 mm. New Guinea 73. D. edulis 91. Flowers generally 3—6 per fascicle, sometimes also solitary or in pairs in one or the other axil of the same specimen. 94. Corolla exceeding 9 mm in length. 95. Corolla (9—) 10—11 mm. Pedicels glabrous. Borneo. 36. D. kinabaluensis 95. Corolla 13—15 mm. Pedicels densely hirtellous. Borneo. 74. D. sanguinolenta 94. Corolla up to 8 mm in length. 96. Leaves elongate-spathulate, (the apex rounded-obtuse and ± retuse). Borneo 75. D. sphenophylla 96. Leaves of other shape. 97. Corolla ventricose or subglobose-urceolate.

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98. Leaves stiff-coriaceous. Petiole 1—1.3 by 0.2—0.3 cm. Pedicels stoutish, densely clad with patent rufescent short hairs. Borneo. 76. D. urceolata . 98. Leaves subcoriaceous to coriaceous. Petiole 2—8 by 1—1.5 mm. Pedicels slender, initially with a few bristle-like crisped hairs and: a fine pubescence, g-labrescent. 99. Pedicels 2—3 mm at the anthesis, up to 4 mm in fruit. (Leaves oblong or subovate-oblong, mostly obtuse-rounded to slightly emarg-inate at the apex, rarely broad-attenuate. Style 2 mm). Borneo. 77. D. commntata 99. Pedicels 4—8 mm at the anthesis, up to 15 mm in fruit. 100. Leaves elliptic to ovate-elliptic, rarely narrow-elliptic, or ellipticobovate, mostly short-acuminate, rarely obtuse. Style 2—3 mm. Philippines 43c. D. luzonica var. calelanensis 100. Leaves broadly obovate, obtuse. Style c. 5 mm. New Guinea. 78. D. lorentzii 97. Corolla ± campanulate, or short-tubular. 101. Pedicels densely ferrugineous-hirtellous at the anthesis, glandular hairs not present. 102. Bracteoles c. 1.5 mm. Corolla red, 7—8 mm. Celebes. 79. D. rubidiflora 102. Bracteoles (2—)2.5—3 mm. Corolla green, ± 6 mm. Sumatra. 89. D. crassiramea 101. Pedicels laxly hirtellous and ± laxly set with short rather thickish glandular hairs at the anthesis. (Corolla greenish, sometimes partly suffused with red, ± 4 mm. Bracteoles c. 1.5 mm). Siam, Malay Peninsula, Sumatra, Java, Borneo, Philippines (Mindanao). 84b. D. heterophylla var. latifolia 82. Leaves (mostly acuminate or acute at the apex) not or not manifestly apiculate, the apical gland small and within the margin of the lamina, or, if more conspicuous, inserted on the (obtuse) apex underneath. 103. Pedicels very slender, (2—)2.5—3.5 cm. Borneo 13. D. penduliflora 103. Pedicels rather slender or mostly ± stoutish, rarely up to 2 cm in length. 104. Leaves narrow-lanceolate, (6—)8—10 times as long as wide. Borneo. 80. D. ensifolia 104. Leaves various, not ensiform, 1—4 (rarely up to 5) times as long as wide. 105. Leaves manifestly penninerved, nerves 8—10 strongly inarching, the lowest pair short and straight to the margin. Borneo 81. D. punctulata 105. Leaves pli- resp. pli- and penninerved, the lowest pair of nerves always curved and high-ascending, the upper nerves not manifestly inarching. 106. Leaves ovate, the apex ± caudate-acuminate, the base rounded to subcordate. 107. Calyx rather densely shortly rufous-hirsutulous. Borneo. 42. D. orophila 107. Calyx glabrous or very laxly muriculate. Borneo. 82. D. cinnamomifolia 106. Leaves not strictly ovate, the base mostly (broadly) cuneate, rarely subrotundate. 108. Leaves lanceolate to subovate-oblong-lanceolate, (very coriaceous), strictly triplinerved from the very base.

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109. Flowers several per fascicle. Corolla 6—7 mm. Style 5 mm. Borneo. 83a. D. viridiflora var. viridiflora 109. Flower solitary. Corolla 11mm. Style 10 mm. Borneo. 83b. D. viridiflora var. megalantha 108. Leaves subovate-oblong, or oblong, or elliptic, 5-pl:nerved from and from above the base, moreover ± penninerved. 110. Pedicels and bracteoles (dorsally) ferrugineous-tomentose. Celebes. 46. D. capitata 110. Pedicels ± laxly hirtellous, moreover whether or not laxly set with short thickish glandular hairs. Bracteoles ± glabrous dorsally. 111. Leaves relatively small, variable in shape and size, 3—7(—10) by (1—)1.B—3.5 cm, ± olivaceous (often pallid) when dry, subcoriaceous to coriaceous. Sumatra, Java, Bali, Lombok; Borneo? 84. D. heterophylla var. heterophylla 111. Leaves relatively large, mostly oblong-elliptic, 8—14(—16) by (3—) 3.5—8(—10) cm, ± brown (often rather dark) when dry, coriaceous. Siam, Malay Peninsula, Sumatra, Bangka, Java, Borneo, Philippines (Mindanao) 84b. D. heterophylla var. latifolia

1. DIPLYCOSIA RUFA Stapf Diplycosia rufa Stapf in Trans. Linn. Soc. ser. 2, Bot. 4: 191, t. 14 f- D 8-9. 1894; Merr., En. Born. 465 p.pr. 1921. BR. N. BORNEO. Mt Kinabalu, 2130t—3050 m, Haviland 1137, 1181 (BO; K, lectotype), Haslam s.n.; Clemens 10694, 28922 p.p., 30377, 33125A, 35019; Carr SF 27475, Sow KEP 71644; Nat. coll. 94.

2. DIPLYCOSIA CHRYSOTHRIX Stapf Diplyeosia chrysothrix Stapf in Trans. Linn. Soc. ser. 2, Bot. 4: 191, t. 14 f. E 10—14. 1894; Merr., En. Born. 463. 1921. BR. N. BORNEO. Mt Kinabalu, 1525—3100 m, Haviland 1182 (K, type; SAR); Haslam s.n.; Clemens 27832, 29956, 32280, 32718, 33813 ('33183'), 35076; Holttum s.n.

Similar, but with smaller leaves, sterile, and possibly a new species: BR. N. BORNEO. Mt Kinabalu, 2895 m, Clemens 33843.

Similar, with broader leaves, approaching D. rufa in habit but apparently distinct, sterile: C. BORNEO. B. Batu Lesong, Amdjah 453 (BO, L).

3. Diplycosia carrii Sleum., nov. spec.

Frutex epiphyticus, gracilis. Ramuli novelli gracillimi subteretes c. 1 mm diam., densissime patenter setosi (pilis setiformibus gracilibus rufobrunneis 3—4 mm longis, pilis aliis haud obviis), sat dense foliati. Folia ovata, apice breviter acuminata, subobtusa, glandula terminali parva

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parum prorumpente instructa, basi ± rotundata, subcoriacea, in sicco castanea utrinque opaca, supra costa basique infima laminae diutius setulosa excepta cito glabrata, subtus et secus marginem dense setuloso-pilosa (pilis vel, si mavis, setulis erecto-patentibus rufis 2—3 mm longis, lit videtur diu persistentibus), integra, haud revoluta, 2—3 cm longa, (1,2—) 1,3—1,9 cm lata, costa supra leviter immersa, subtus prominente, nervis lateralibus utroque latere 2—3 inter sese valde distantibus curvato-ascendentibus, supra minutissime impressis, haud raro omnino evanescentibus, subtus parum elevatis vel obscuris; petiolus supra sulcatus sat gracilis c. 2—3 mm longus, dense setulosus. Flores axillares solitarii. Pedicelli sat graciles sub anthesi 4—5 mm longi, postea usque ad 7 mm accrescentes, dense patenter rufo-setulosi, bractea basali minutissima, bracteolis ovatis dorso setulosis 1 mm longis. Calyx 3 mm longus, dense patentissime rufosetulosus (c. 4 mm), lobis ovatis subacutis c. 2 mm longis. Corolla albida, breviter late subcylindrico-campanulata, 5 mm longa, c. 4 mm diam., extus basi subglabra, in superiore 2/3 parte sat dense pilis appressis rufis setulosis apice crispulis induta, intus glabra, lobis 5 deltoideis obtusis erectis c. 1,5mm longis. Stamina 10, c. 4mm longa; filamenta linearia, supra basin paullo dilatata, apicem versus filiformia, glabra, c. 2 mm longa ; antherae ovato-oblongae, cum tubulis 2 mm longae, minute echinulatae, tubulis ipsis 0,7 mm longis sat angustis. Ovarium glabrum; stylus 3 mm longus, glaber. Fructus ignotus. BR. N. BOENEO. Mt Kinabalu, path to Ranau, c. 1465 m, fl. 11-4-1933, Ca/rr SF 26965 (SING, type). 4. DlPLYCOSIA BABBIGERA Sleum. Diplycosia barbigera Sleumer in Bot. Jahrb. 71: 149. 1940. BORNEO. S a r a w a k . Mt Dulit, c. 1300 m, Richards 1715, 1,9.91 (K, type). 5.

DIPLYCOSIA SAURAUIOIDES J. J. S.

Diplycosia saurauioides J. J. Smith in Bull. Jard. Bot. Btzg III, 13: 456. 1935. C. BORNEO. W. Kutei, Mt Kemul, 1850 m, Endert 4385 (A; BO, type; L).

Similar in habit, but less setose, apparently a not yet described species (corolla and stamens unknown) : C. BORNEO. Amai Ambit, Hallier (BO, L). Liang-gagang, Hallier 2691 (BO).

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DIPLYCOSIA CLEMENTIUM

Sleum.

Diplycosia clementium Sleumer in Bot. Jahrb. 71: 151. 1940. BR. N. BORNEO. Mt Kinabalu, 1370—3650'm, Clemens 28768, 28922 p.p., 29258 (A; BM, type; BO, E, K, NY), 29401, 29565, 31751, 31912, 33132, 33804, 35077, 50849; Carr SF 27692,

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Sleum.

Diplycosia aurea Sleumer in Bot. Jahrb. 71: 147. 1940.—D. rufa (non Stapf) fMerr., En. Born. 465 p.p. 1921. BR. N. BORNEO. Mt Kinabalu, 1220—1525 m, Clemens 10929, 30942, 30960, 32400 (A; BM, type; BO, E, K, L, NY), 32693, 35075, 40682. 8.

DIPLYCOSIA LILIANAE J. J. S.

Diplycosia lilianae J. J. Smith in Gibbs, Arfak 170/. 1917; Sleum in Bot. Jahrb. \l2: 211. 1942. NEW GUINEA. W e s t e r n p a r t : Arfak Mts, 2285—2440 m, Gibbs 5518 | (BO, lectotype; K), 5680.

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DIPLYCOSIA LOHERI

Merr.

Diplycosia loheri Merrill in Philip. J. Sc. 27: 44, 1925; En. Philip. 4: 253. 'l925; Copel. f. in Philip. J. Sc. 47: 67. pi. 1 f. 6, 7. 1932. PHILIPPINES. L u z o n : Nueva Vizcaya, Caraballo Mts, Loher 13693 (E, fragm. o[• f type; PNH, type f; US, not seen). 10.

DIPLYCOSIA APERTA J. J. S.

Diplycosia aperta J. J. Smith in Bot. Jahrb. 68: 208. 1937.—D. pokapindjangensis , J. J. S. I.e. 204.—D. undata (non J. J. S.) Lam in Blumea 5: 574. 1945. 0. CELEBES. Enrekang, B. Poka Pindjang, 2800 m, Kjellberg 3923 (S, type of D. pokapindjangensis) ; ibid., 2500 m, Kjellberg 11,54 (BO; S, type of D. aperta); Pokapindjang-Tinabang, 2800—3000 m, Eyma 640; Pintealon, outlet of Pokapindjang, 2400—2600 m, Eyma 521, 529; Mamasa, Mt Mambuliling, 2700 m, Monod de Froide\ville 121, 124 CD. undata').

11. Diplycosia pubivertex Sleum., nov. spec. Frutex. Rami teretes, stricti, c. 3 mm diam., dense rufo-strigosi. Ramuli densissime subadpresse rufo-setosi (2—3 mm), sat dense foliati. Folia oblongo-elliptica rarius obovato-elliptica, apice breviter, interdum subabrupte acuminata, subacuta vel obtusiuscula, glandula crassa protracta terminata, basi in petiolum attenuata, coriacea, firma, in sicco supra saturate, subtus dilutius brunnea, supra nitidula, subtus opaca, juniora utrinque adpresse rufo-setosa, matura supra ± glabra, subtus per totam faciem et marginem sat dense rufo-subsetoso-pilosa, ad costam et basin versus longius setulosa, obscure crenulata fere integra, in sicco paullo concava, margine leviter revoluta, (2—)2,2—3(—3,5) cm longa, 0,9—1,5 cm lata, costa supra impressa, subtus prominente, nervis lateralibus utroque latere 2, e basi resp. altius a costa curvato-abeuntibus alteque ascendentibus, supra levissime immersis, subtus parum visibiliter elevatis vel omnino evanidis; petiolus crassiusculus, setulosus, 3—4 mm longus, 1 mm crassus. Flores axillares singuli. Pedicelli crassi (1 mm diam.), basi minute pluribracteati, 4—5 mm longi, dense pilis crispulis rufescentibus hie inde

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minute glanduliferis obsiti. Bracteolae ovato-acuminatae, subacutae, dorso subglabrae, margine brevissime muriculato-fimbriatae, 2 mm longae. Calyx 8—9 mm longus, campanulatus, dorso imprimis ad lobos subdense pilis crispulis fere setulosis rufescentibus instructus, lobis anguste triangularibus subacutis 5—6 mm longis, erectis. Corolla subcylindrica, 8—9 mm longa, c. 2,5 mm diam., breviter 5-loba, extus infra medium glabra, superne dense pilis longis rufescentibus apice crispulis induta, intus glabra. Stamina 10; filamenta linearia, basin versus paullo dilatata, glabra, c. 4,5 mm longa; antherae subovato-oblongae, cum tubulis 3 mm longae, tubulis ipsis 1 mm longis. Ovarium dense flavido-pubescens. Stylus glaber c. 7 mm longus. Fructus ignotus. SUMATRA. A t j e h: Gajo & Alas Lands, Mt Losir, central and eastern top, 2950—3500 m, fl. 5/6-2-19S7, van Steenis 8650, 8677 (BO; L, type).

12. Diplycosia atjehensis Sleum., nov. spec. Frutex ramulis obtusangulis cortice cinerascenti obtectis, apice brunnescentibus, glabris vel laxissime breviter setosis, resp. setis basi excepta caducis punctatis. Folia elliptica usque obovata, interdum oblonga vel late elliptica usque subrotundata, apice late attenuata, obtusa usque rotundata, interdum emarginata, glaridula crassa nigrescente protrusa apiculata, basi late in petiolum cuneata rarius subrotundata, rigide coriacea, in sicco supra saturate olivaceo-brunnea usque nigrescentia, lucidula et glabra, subtus pallidiora, opaca et lax-e nigrescenti-punctata, margine revoluta et crenaturis minutissime impressis obsita, (2,5—) 4—6 cm longa, 1,5—2,5(—3) cm lata, costa supra impressa, subtus valida et prominente, nervis lateralibus utroque latere 2—3 utrinque subinconspicuis; petiolus crassus, rugulosus, glaber vel interdum setis nonnulis brevibus ad folia summa indutus, 4—6 mm longus, 1,5—2 mm diam. Flores axillares 1—2, raro 3. Pedicelli subdense rufeseenti-hirsutuli, pilis glandulosis brevibus crassis nonnullis intermixes, 4—6 mm longi, c. 1 mm crassi, demum glabrescentes, bracteis basalibus paucis ovato-acutis. Bracteolae ovatae, apiculatae, dorso hirsutulae, ciliatae, c. 1,5 mm longae. Calyx 5 mm longus, basi ipsa contractus fere usque ad basin 5-lobus, lobis anguste ovato-acurminatis acutis dorso, imprimis apicem versus laxe adpresse pilosulis, margine ciliatis et muriculatis, c. 4 mm longis. Corolla urceolata, ± 6 mm longa, extus basi infima glabra, ceterum dense adpresse flavido-pilosa, lobis c. 1 mm longis. Stamina 10; filamenta linearia, basin versus dilatata, superne undata, papillosa, 2,8 mm longa, antheris echinulatis ovato-oblongis, cum tubulis sat brevibus 2,5 mm longis. Ovarium sat dense flavescentihirsutum, stylo corollam aequante. Fructus subglobosus, basi turbinatoattenuatus, nigrescens, c. 5 mm diam., lobis calycinis superne paullo patentibus, capsula in vertice hirsutula. SUMATRA. A t j e h : Gajo lands, G. Losir, biv. 6 to 8, Central peak, Eastern peak and ridge, 2950—3500 m, fl. 5/6-2-1937, van Steenis 8651, 8678 (BO; L, type); ibid., biv. 5 to 6, 3300 m, fl. 1-2-1937, van Steenis 8554; ibid., biv. 4 to 5, 2700—2800 m, 31-1-1937, van Steenis 8511; Putjuk Angasan, biv. 1 to 2, 2500 m, 28-1-1937, van Steenis 8415.

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DIPLYCOSIA PENDULIFLOEA

Stapf

Diplycosia penduliflora Stapf in Trans. Linn. Soc. ser. 2, Bot. 4 : 193, t. 14 f. C 7. |894; Merr., En. Born. 465. 1921. BR. N. BORNEO. Mt Kinabalu, 1070—1525 m, Haviland 1269 (K, type; SAR); iClemens 80734, 32264', 34734.

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DIPLYCOSIA CILIOLATA

Hook. f.

Diplycosia ciliolata Hooker f., Ic. PI. t. 894. 1852; Walp., Ann. 5: 443. 1858; Stapf in Trans. Linn. Soc. ser. 2, Bot. 4: 192. 1894; Gibbs in J. Linn. Soc. Bot. 42: 101. 1914; Merr., En. Born. 463. 1921.—Gaultheria ciliolata (Hook, f.) F. v. M. in Trans. R. Soc. Viet. n.s. 1 (2) : 21. 1889, in texto. BR. N. BORNEO. Mt Kinabalu, 1830—3500 m, Low (BM; K, type); Haviland 1135; Gibbs 4171, 4249; Clemens 27810t, 29092, 3008k, 32334, 32376, 50963; Carr SF 27487; Sow KEP 71642; Wyatt-Smith KEP 80360.

15. Diplycosia filipes Sleum., nov. spec. Fruticulus epiphyticus, ramulis subteretibus gracilibus cito griseocortieatis, in partibus recentissimis sat dense longe (1,5—2 mm) subadpresse rufescenti-setosis ceterum haud pubescentibus. Folia lanceolata vel oblongo-lanceolata, apice sensim breviter acuminata, subacuta, glandula terminali minuta paullo prorumpente instructa, basi in petiolum attenuata, acuta, subcoriacea, in sicco adulta supra pallide griseo-olivacea, subtus nigrescenti-brunnescentia, novella utrinque nigrescentia, utrinque opaca, supra glabra, subtus disperse nigro-punctulata, regulariter minute crenulato-denticulata, denticulis glandulosis in foliis junioribus in pilum setulosum longum mox caducum excurrentibus, 12—20 mm longa, 4—6 mm lata, medio latissima, costa supra impressiuscula, subtus parum prominente, nervis venisque obscuris; petiolus setulosus c. 1,5 mm longus. Flores axillares solitarii. Pedicelli graciles, initio laxe subadpresse breviter setulosi demum ± glabrati, (5—)6—7 mm longi, basi bracteis minutis, apice bracteolis minutis ovatis obtusis glabris instructi. Calyx 2,5—3 mm longus, glaber, ad medium 5-lobatus, lobis ovatis acutiusculis margine glandulis stipitatis brevius vel longius fimbriatis. Corolla glabra, rubra, plane matura haud visa, prob. urceolata c. 4 mm longa. Stamina nondum bene evoluta. Ovarium glabrum, stylo 3,5 mm longo. Fructus immaturus c. 3 mm diam., basi in pedem brevem contractus. C. CELEBES. Masamba, between Kambuno and Tomadu, near rockery in rather forest, 27-7-1937, 2800—2550 m, Eyma 1409 (L, type).

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DIPLYCOSIA EPIPHYTICA

Fletcher

Diplycosia epiphytica Fletcher in Kew Bull. 40. 1936; Fl. Siam. En. 2: 315. 1938.

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(bristles brown to rufous,, caducously glandular in part, 3—4 mm), no other pubescence present, laxly foliate. Leaves ovate, slightly inequilateral, gradually rather shortly subcaudate-acuminate, the apex somewhat falcate, acute, the apical gland minute, base broadly attenuate to rounded, the very base ± protracted into the petiole, dilutely greyish-brown when dry, subcoriaceous, somewhat glossy above, dull beneath, glabrous above some bristles on the base resp. the midrib excepted, initially covered with pallid longish fine setular appressed hairs (1—2 mm) beneath, soon glabrescent, rather laxly set with red-brown glandular points (the bristle's bases) then, margin short-revolute, finely crenulate or subserrulate, the long bristles on top of the crenations mostly soon gone, 4—6.5 by (2—) 2.5—3.5 cm, 3—5-nerved from the base, midrib deeply impressed above, very prominent beneath, lateral nerves curved-ascending to the top of the lamina and anastomosing there, the inner pair manifestly impressed above, resp. prominent beneath, the outer pair only slightly so and sometimes barely visible, other 3—4 short lateral nerves patent from the midrib rather inconspicuous in general; petiole semiterete, grooved above, patent-setose initially, glabrescent, 3—6(—7) by 1 mm. Flowers mostly 3 per axil, rarely also solitary and in pairs in other axils of the same specimen. Pedicels nodding, stoutish, densely patent-subglandular-setulose (c. 2 mm), 5—7 mm, the basal bracts ovate-acute, c. 1.5 mm, the bracteoles ovate, subacute, dorsally glabrous or short-setulose at the base only, laxly shortly glandular-fimbriate and ciliate, c. 1.8 mm. Calyx 3 mm, glabrous, 5-lobed to 2/3 of its length, lobes ovate-acuminate, acute, their margins longish-glandular-subsetulose in the lower part, shorter so towards the apex. Corolla broad-urceolate, pinkish, glabrous, c. 6 mm, lobes obtuse c. 2 mm. Stamens 10; filaments linear, dilated towards the base, 2 mm; anthers ovate-oblong, 2,5 mm incl. tubules, abruptly attenuate into the tubules (1 mm). Ovary very laxly hairy on top; style glabrous, 4 mm; fruit unknown. SIAM. S u r a t : Kao Nawng, 110O—1200m, Kerr 13272 (BM; K, type).

17. DIPLYCOSIA RUFESCENS Schltr. Diplycosia rufescens Schlechter in Bot. Jahrb. 55: 163. /. 7 A-G. 1918; Sleum. I.e. 72: 211. 1942. NEW GUINEA. N o r t h N e w G u i n e a : Sepik region, 'Etappenberg', 850 m, Ledermann 8873 (B, f, lectotype; K, SING); 'Felsspitze', 1400—1500m, Ledermann 12438 (B, f), 1H95 (B, j), 12508 (B, f); 'Kamelrucken', c. 1150 m, Ledermann 8850 (B, f; E, K, SING), 8856 (B, f) ; 'Lordberg', 1000 m, Ledermann 9992a (K, L). 18.

DIPLYCOSIA TRIANGULANTHERA J. J. S.

Diplyeosia triangulanthera J. J. Smith in Bot. Jahrb. 68: 207. 1937. C. CELEBES. Poso, biv. Puna, c. 1800 m, Steup 23. Palopo, Todjambu, 1000 m, Kjellberg 1811 (BO; S, type).

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20. DIPLYCOSIA HIRSUTA Sleum. Diplycosia hirsuta Sleumer in Bot. Jahrb. 74: 154. 1940. C. CELEBES. 'Berg Ponaa', 1500—1700 m, Sarasin It. Cel. IIS. 2110 (B, f, type; L, fragm.). Poso, Kambuno massif, Boro, 1700m, Eyma 1645 (SO).

21. Diplycosia rosea Sleum., nov. spec. Frutex usque ad 50 cm altus, ramulis elongatis teretibus, in partibus vetustioribus sat dense ± patenter cinerascenti-setosis, ad innovationes densissime pilis rufis arete patentibus setulosis indutis. Folia elliptica, apice subrotundata vel rotundata, glandula terminali crassa bene prominente, basi rotundata vel latissisime attenuata, rarius cuneata, matura coriacea, rigida, in sicco paullo convexa, supra dilute olivacea, subtus brunnescentia, novella utrinque passim pilis setosis adpressis (1,5—2 mm) induta, matura supra glabrescentia laxeque nigro-punctulata, subtus diu et ± patenter rufo-setulosa, minute crenulata vel subdenticulata pilisque setosis ciliata, 2—3 cm longa, 1,2—1,6(—1,8) cm lata, costa supra impressa, subtus indistincta, nervis lateralibus utroque latere 1—2 e basi vel paullo supra basin laminae enascentibus atque ad laminae apicem curvatoascendentibus supra levissime immersis, aliis pinnatis minus distinctis utroque latere 2—3 a costa abeuntibus supra haud raro vix visibilibus; petiolus crassus (1 mm), setosus, (2—) 3—4 mm longus. Flores axillares solitarii. Pedicelli subgraciles nutantes ± dense pilis setosis subpatentibus ± crispulis minuteque glanduliferis instructi, 6—10(—12) mm longi. Bracteolae ovato-acuminatae, dorso glabrae, margine glanduloso-muriculatae et ciliolatae, 1 mm longae. Calyx 3 mm longus, in toto dorso imprimis infra medium pilis crispulis sat brevibus ± dense instructus, superne ad lobos ± glabrescens, lobis ovatis obtusis 2 mm longis ciliolatis et glandulosomuriculatis. Corolla urceolato-cylindrica, rosea, ad lobos albescens, carnosula, glabra, 6 mm longa, 2,5 mm diam. Stamina 4 mm longa; antherae oblonga, cum tubulis satis brevibus et latis 2 mm longae. Ovarium glabrum; stylus glaber, 3 mm longus. Fructus deest. NEW GUINEA. W e s t e r n p a r t : 1954, van Roy en 3859 (L, type).

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22. DIPLYCOSIA SETOSA J. J. S. Diplycosia setosa J. J. Smith in Bull. Jard. Bot. Btzg II, 8: 51. 1912; Nova Guinea 12: 145, t. 37 B. 1914; I.e. 18: 99. 1936; Sleum. in Bot. Jahrb. 72: 211. 1942. NEW GUINEA. N o r t h e r n p a r t : Mt Cyclops, 1800—2160 m, Gjellerup 540 (BO, type; K, L); Mayr 645.

23. DIPLYCOSIA PSEUDORUFESCENS Sleum. 23a. var. PSEUDORUFESCENS. Diplycosia pseudorufescens Sleumer in Bot. Jahrb. 71: 157. 1940. BR. N. BORNEO. Mt Kinabalu, above Penataran River basin, 2895 m, Clemens 33650 (A; BM, type; BO, E, K, L, NY).

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Diplycosia consobrina (non Becc.) Ridl. in Str. Br. R. As. Soc. 39: 15. 1903 — D. microphylla (non Becc.) Henders. in J. Fed. Mai. St. Mus. 13: 5. 1927.

Diplycosia parvifolia Merrill in Philip. J. Sc. 5: Bot. 211. 1910; En. Philip. 3: 247. 1923; Copel. f. in Philip. J. Sc. 47: 81. 1932.

Foliis ± ellipticis pedicellisque ± patenter subdense crispulo-subsetulosis a typo diversa. An species propria?

PHILIPPINES. N e g r o s : Canlaon Volcano, c. 1500 m, Merrill 6995 (K; PNH,

MALAY PENINSULA. P e r a k : G. Bal (G. Kerbau), 1370 m, fl. 5-1909, Haniff 3983 (SING). P a h a n g : Kluang Terbang (G. Benom), 1525 m, Barnes s.n., anno 1900 (SING), 'D. consobrina'. BR. N. BORNEO. Mt Kinabalu, 2745—3050 m, Clemens 28929 (A, BO, E, K; L, type; NY), 29282.

24. Diplycosia tetramera Sleum., nov. spec. Frutex parvus, ramis erectis, teretibus, cortice striato et longitudinaliter fisso, ramulis dense adpresse vel subpatenter rufo-setosis (1,5—3 mm), pubescentia altera haud obvia. Folia ± late elliptica usque oblongoelliptica, interdum angustiora et oblonga, conferta, apice breviter acuminata, subacuta vel obtusiuscula, plerumque glandula parva paullo prorumpente apiculata, coriacea, rigidula, in sicco ± concava margineque revoluta, supra olivaceo-brunnea, nitidula, subtus brunnescentia, opaca, recentissima utrinque ± laxe rufo-setulosa, matura supra glabra, subtus patenter setulosa, demum setulis caducis nigropunctulata, sat regulariter minute crenulata, dentibus in foliis juvenilibus in setam (± 1,5 mm) abeuntibus, (0,7—)1—1,6(—2) cm longa, (0,5—)0,7—1,2(—1,4) cm lata, costa supra ± distincte impressa, subtus parum vel haud elevata, nervis obscuris; petiolus crassiusculus, ± setulosus, 2(—3) mm longus, c. 1 mm diam. Flores singuli axillares. Pedicelli crassiusculi, setulis vel pilis scabridis brevibus crispulis sat dense instructi, sub anthesi 3—4(—6,5) mm longi, post anthesin paullo elongati. Bracteolae ovato-acuminatae, dorso glabrae, margine breviter (0,3—0,5 mm) glanduloso-fimbriatae, apice ciliolatae, 1,5 mm. Calyx 4—5 mm longus, glaber vel ad lobos pilis crassis crispulis paucis ornatus, lobis ovatis subacutis 2—3 mm longis sub anthesi ± patentibus laxe longeque ± decidue glanduloso-fimbriatis, apice pilosiusculis. Corolla cylindrico-urceolata, 6—7 mm longa, 2 mm diam., basi et sub ore contracta, glabra vel initio in superiore parte pilis appressis glandulosis sparsis obsita, albida, lobis 4(vel 5) c. 1,5 mm longis. Stamina 8; filamenta linearia, basin versus paullo dilatata glabra fere 4 mm longa; antherae oblongo-ovatae valde granulatae, cum tubulis c. 2,5 mm longae, tubulis 1,2 mm longis. Ovarium glabrum vel in vertice parcissime pilosulum; stylus glaber 5—6 mm longus. Fructus c. 5 mm diam., purpurascens vel nigrescens. SUMATRA. A t j e h: Gajo Lands, G. Lembuh, 2800 m, fl. 19-2-1937, van Steenis 8978 (BO; L, type) ; ibid., top G. Lembuh to biv. 'Halfweg', 1850—3000 m, van Steenis 9180; G. Losir, 2700—2800 m, van Steenis 8510, 8519; Putjuk Angasan, 2500—2500m, van Steenis 8356, 8383; G. Kemiri, Eastern slope, 3000 m, van Steenis 9590; ibid., top plateau, 3150—3314 m, van Steenis 9667.

type, t). 26. DIPLYCOSIA SOROR Becc. Diplycosia soror Beccari, Malesia 1: 210. 1878; Sleum. in Bot. Jahrb. 72: 211. 1942. NEW GUINEA. W e s t e r n p a r t : Mt Arfak, Hatam, c. 2000m, Beccari (Herb. Beccari 5764., Fl, type).

Similar, but with shorter (c. 1,5 mm) bristles, leaves somewhat smaller, possibly a distinct, not yet described species: MOLUCCAS. Morotai, G. Para-para, 1000 m, Kostermans 1186 (BO, L), no corollas and stamens available.

27. Diplycosia glauciflora Sleum., nov. spec. Frutex 1,5—3 m, ramis teretibus setosis, ramulis dense pilis setosis patentibus saturate ruf o-nigrescentibus (1,5—2 mm) vestiti, ceterum pubescentia carentibus. Folia ad apicem ramulorum ovata vel ellipticoovata, inferne elliptica, summa apice plerumque sensim subcaudato-acuminata, inferiora breviter acuminata, semper acuta vel acutiuscula, glandula parum incrassata terminata, basi rotundata rarius late cuneata, subcoriacea, ut videtur in vivo (imprimis inferiora) haud raro rubescentia, in sicco supra (saturate) olivacea, subtus brunnea, novella utrinque dense setulosa, matura supra glabra et nitentia, subtus diutius per totam faciem sat dense et patenter rufo-setoso-pilosa (0,7—1,5 mm), tarde glabrescentia, nigro-punctulata, margine parum revoluto minutissime crenulata, denticulis caduce ciliato-setulosis, 2,5—4(—5,5) cm longa, (1,2—)1,4—2(—2,5) cm lata, costa sutira valde impressa, subtus elevata, nervis lateralibus basalibus utroque latere unicis secus marginem usque ad apicem excurrentibus, supra aut leviter impressis aut subobscuris, subtus parum visibilibus, nervis alteris a costa pinnatim abeuntibus subinconspicuis; petiolus dense patenter rufo-setosus, 2,5—4 mm longus, 1—1,5 mm diam. Flores axillares singuli rarius bini. Pedicelli sat graciles, sat dense crispulo-rufo-pilosi, sub anthesi 2—3 mm longi, demum usque ad 5 mm elongati. Bracteolae ovato-acuminatae, dorso glabrae, 1,2 mm. Calyx campanulatus, glaber vel pilis solitariis crassis adspersus, c. 3 mm longus, fere usque ad basin 5-lobus, lobis ovatis acutis sicut bracteolae breviter glanduloso-fimbriatis. Corolla subcylindrico-eampanulata, dilute viridis, glaucescens, glabra, in sicco nigrescens, c. 4 mm longa, breviter 5-loba, Stamina 10; filamenta sigmoideo-curvata, linearia, glabra, c. 2 mm longa; antherae ovato-oblongae, granulatae, cum tubulis tenuibus brevibus 2 mm longae. Ovarium in summo apice pilis pluribus flavescentibus instructum; stylus glaber 3—3,5

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angustis (c. 1,2 mm longis) 3,5 mm longae. Ovarium dense flavido- vel brunnescenti-hirsutum; stylus glaber 3—4 mm longus; fructus subglobosus, nigrescens, c. 1,3 cm diam., pedicello fructifero 10—11 mm longo.

SUMATRA. A t j e h : Gajo Lands, from summit G. Lembuh to biv. 'Halfweg', 1850—3000 m, fl. 23-2-1937, van Steenis 9153 (A, BO, K; L, type), 915U; ibid., c. 2500 m, van Steenis 899 A; top G. Lembuh, c. 3000 m, van Steenis 9078; biv. 9 at the River Lau Alas via Agusan ridge to Blang Kedjeren, 2000 m, van Steenis 8750. E a s t c o a s t : Sibolangit, G. Pinto, 2050—2200 m, Lorzing 821,2.

SUMATRA. A t j e h : Gajo Lands, between biv. 'Halfweg' and summit G. Lembuh, 1850—3000 m, 2-1937, van Steenis 9017, 9021, 9151 (BO; L, type) ; Putjuk Angasan 1800—2500 m, van Steenis 8323, 8U01-

28. DIPLYCOSIA

LEDERMANNII

Schltr.

Diplycosia lederinanni Schlechter in Bot. Jahrb. 55: 165. 1918; Sleum. I.e. 72: 211. 1942. NEW GUINEA. S e p i k R e g i o n : Hunstein Mts, c. 1050 m, Ledermann 81,08 (B, f ) , 81,5b (BM), 81,76 (B, type, f; K, SING) ; ibid., 1300—1400 m, Ledermann 11090 . (B, f ) , 11116 (B, f ) , 11335 (B, f ) , lU37a (B, f).

29b. var. parvula Sleum., nov. var. A typo foliis minoribus obovatis 2,2—3,5 cm longis, 1—2 cm. latis, floribusque albidis paulloque minoribus (corolla 5—6 mm longa, c. 3 mm lam.) diversa. SUMATRA. A t j e h : Gajo Lands, top G. Lembuh to biv. 'Halfweg', 1850—3000 m, van Steenis 9152 (BO; L, type). 30.

Diplycosia apoensis Elmer, Leafl. Philip. Bot. 3: 1101. 1911 (apoense) ; Merr., En. Philip. 3: 246. 1923; Copel. f. in Philip. J. Sc. 47: 79, pi. 4 f. 2. 1932.

29. Diplycosia brachyantha Sleum., nov. spec. 29a.

DIPLYCOSIA APOENSIS Elm.

var. BRACHYANTHA.

Frutex, ramulis obtusangulis, crassis (4—7 mm diam.), griseo-brunnescentibus, apice valde sparse setosis vel glabris. Folia elliptica vel late elliptica, rarius oblongo-elliptica, apice breviter attenuata, obtusa usque rotundata, glandula crassa prorumpente apiculata, basi in petiolum cuneata vel fere rotundata, crasse coriacea, in sicco supra olivaceo-brunnea, glabra et nitidula, subtus brunnea, opaca et laxe aequaliter nigro-punctulata, integra, margine in sicco bene revoluta, (4,5—)5—7,5 (raro usque ad 10) cm longa, (2,5—)3—6(—6,5) cm lata, costa supra leviter impressa, subtus crasse prominente, nervis lateralibus utroque latere 1—2 manifestioribus e basi vel supra basin enascentibus alteque curvato-ascendentibus, supra leviter vel levissime insculptis, subtus ± manifesto prominentibus, in superiore laminae tertio minus distinctis, nervis lateralibus aliis multo brevioribus ± strictis 2—5 parum conspicuis; petiolus crassus, rugosus, glaber, 6—9 mm longus, 1,5—3 mm diam., in superiore tertio haud raro lamina decurrente parum alatus. Flores in sicco nigrescentes, ad fasciculos axillares 3—5-floros digesti, rarius in eodem ramulo etiam bini vel rarissime solitarii. Pedicelli crassi (fere 1 mm diam.) ± dense breviter subadpresse brunnescenti-hirsutuli et glanduloso-muriculati, vel -verruculosi, post anthesin ± glabrescentes, sub anthesi 5—7 mm longi, bracteis basalibus paucis oyato-acuminatis hirsutulis 1—2 mm longis. Bracteolae late ovate, apiculatae, dorso hirsutulae, intus glabrae, ciliatae, c. 2 mm longae. Calyx 6 mm longus, fere usque ad basin 5-lobus, lobis ovatis acuminatis subacutis dorso imprimis superne laxe adpresse pilosis vel glabris, ciliatis, 4 mm longis, basi c. 3 mm latis, post anthesin patentibus. Corolla campanulata, valde aperta, viridis, c. 6—7 mm longa, 5—6 mm lata, extus glabra vel hie inde pilo solitario instructa, lobis erectis fere 3 mm longis. Stamina 10; filamenta linearia, supra basin paullo dilatata, superne undata, papillosa, 3,5 mm longa; antherae echinulatae, ovate-oblongae, cum tubulis

P H I L I P P I N E S . M i n d a n a o : Davao, Mt Calelan, Elmer 11676b (BO, E, FI, K, L; PNH, type, f). Bukidnon, Mt Lipa, B. Sci. 38545 Ramos & Edano, cit. Copeland, not seen.

31. DIPLYCOSIA

SCHULTZEI

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Diplycosia schultzei Schlechter in Bot. Jahrb. 55: 163. 1918; Sleum., I.e. 72: 211. 1942. F

NEW GUINEA. N o r t h e a s t e r n p a r t : biv. 'Hochmoos', c. 65 km S. of mouth of Tani River (c. 141 °E—3°S), c. 1600 m, Schultze Jena 33—1 (B, lectotype, f ) , 33—2 (B, syntype, t) • 32.

DIPLYCOSIA UNDATA J. J. S.

Diplycosia undata 3. S. Smith in Fedde Rep. 30: 171. 1932. S. W. CELEBES. G. Bantaeng (Bonthain), 2700—2890m, Biinnemeijer 12175, 12222 (BO; L, type), 1221,8.

33. Diplycosia annamensis Sleum., nom. nov. Vaceinium pilosum Chev. in Rev. Bot. Appl. 9: 254. 1929, in obs., nomen; Chev. ex Dop, Fl. gen. I.-C. 3: 705. 1930, descr.; Sleum. in Bot. Jahrb. 71: 438. 1941, nec D. pilosa Bl. (1826).

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34. DIPLYCOSIA MOROBEENSIS Sleum. 34a.

var. MOROBEENSIS.

Diplycosia morobeensis Sleumer in Bot. Jahrb. 72: 210. 1942. NEW GUINEA. N o r t h e a s t e r n p a r t : Morobe Distr., Sambanga, 1850— 2000m, Clemens 6858 (A), 6978 (A), 7172 (B, type, f ) , 7222 (A), 7783 A (B, f), 7U5h (B, f ) ; Samanzing, 2300—2600 m, Clemens 93?'4 (A, neotype) ; Mt Saruwaged, 'marsh meadow camp', 2600 m, Clemens 9507 (A) ; Matap, 1525—1830 m, Clemens 40974 (A) ; A-mieng, on Yaneng River (trib. of Buso River), 1525—1830m, Clemens 12305 (A).

34b. var. ovatifolia Sleum., nov. var. A typo foliis ovatis vel elliptico-ovatis pedicellisque brevioribus, sub anthesi 2—3 mm tantum longis diversa. An species propria ? NEW GUINEA. S o u t h e a s t e r n p a r t : Centr. Distr., Owen Stanley Range, Mt Victoria, 'The Gap', c. 2135 m, fl. white 13-1-36, Carr 15064 (A; BM, type; K, L, SING) ; Mt Yule, Belford (MEL). Eastern Highl., above Goroka, 2540 m, N.G.F. 6121 Womersley & Floyd.

35. Diplycosia rupicola Sleum., nov. spec. Frutex parvus, ramulis fuscis sat dense longe (2—3 mm) ± patenter rufo-setosis ceterum epilosis, subangulatis. Folia sat conferta, ovata usque ovato-elliptica, apice breviter acuminata, obtusiuscula, glandula subcrassa apiculata, basi rotundata rarius late attenuata, coriacea, rigiduia, concava, in sicco supra pallide cinereo-virescentia, subtus dilute brunnea, utrinque opaca, supra glabra, subtus laxe caduce setulosa resp. punctulata, margine parum revoluto regulariter minute crenulata, denticulis initio ciliatis (c.

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1,5 mm), 0,8—1,1cm longa, (0,4—)0,5—0,7 cm lata, costa supra leviter impressa, subtus evanescente, nervis obscuris; petiolus crassiusculus 1— 1,5 mm longus. Flores axillares solitarii. Pedicelli crassiusculi sparse glanduloso-punctati, nutantes, sub anthesi (1—)2—3 mm longi, sub fructu usque ad 4 mm elongati. Bracteolae late ovatae, obtusae, dorso glabrae, ciliolatae et glanduloso-muriculatae, 1,5 mm. Calyx 3 mm longus, glaber vel laxissime muriculatus, lobis ovatis obtusis ciliatis et glanduloso-muriculatis vel-fimbriatis, post anthesin reflexis, c. 1,8 mm longis. Corolla urceolato-cylindrica, glabra, rubra, (7—)8—10 mm longa, 3—4 mm diam., lobis 5 albescentibus c. 1,5 mm longis. Stamina 10; filamenta linearia, basin versus vix dilatata, glabra, 4—5 mm longa; antherae oblongae, c. tubulis 2,5 mm longae, echinulatae, tubulis latiusculis vix 1 mm longis. Ovarium glabrum; stylus glaber, 5—6 mm longus, Fructus c. 3 mm diam., basi breviter abrupte attenuatus quasi stipitatus, calyce parum carnoso et aucto, verticem capsulae haud includente. CENTRAL NEW GUINEA. W e s t e r n H i g h l a n d s : Wahgi Divide area, N.G.F. 5188 Womersley (A; K, type; LAE, L) ; Hagen Range, c. 3650 m, Stonor 5 (E).

36. DIPLYCOSIA KALMIIPOLIA Sleum. Diplycosia kalmiifolia Sleumer in Bot. Jahrb. 71: 154. 1940. BR. N. BORNEO. Mt Dulit (Ulu Koyan), near Long Kapa, c. 1000 m, Richards 2485 (K, type).

37. DIPLYCOSIA KINABALUENSIS Stapf Diplycosia kinabaluensis Stapf in Trans. Linn. Soc. ser. 2, Bot. 4: 193, t. 14 f. B 4—6. 1894; Gibbs in J. Linn. Soc. Bot. 42: 102. 1914; Merr., En. Born. 464. 1921.— D. memecyloides (non Stapf) Merr. I.e., p.p. BR. N. BORNEO. Mt Kinabalu, (I860—) 2440—3960 m, Haviland 1086 (CAL; K, type; SAR, SING); Gibbs 4182 (cit. '4112'), 4311; Clemens 106U ('memecyloides'), 29085, 29087 p.p., 33115, 337S5, 35079, 50925, 513.13, 5H15; Carr SF 27612; Holttum. s.n.

38. DIPLYCOSIA SUMATRENSIS Merr. Diplycosia sumatrensis Merrill in Pap. Mich. Ac. Sc. 19: 181. March 1934.'— D. patenticalyx J. J. S. in Fedde Rep. 35: 295. July 1934. SUMATRA. T a p a n u 1 i : Luburadja, 1700—1900 m, Junghuhn. W e s t c o a s t : G. Singgalang, 2250—2870 m, Yates U52 (BO, K; MICH, type of D. sumatrensis, not seen; SING) ; Doeters van Leeinven 398/f (BO, type of D. patenticalyx; L) ; Beccari 328; Biinnemeijer 2841; W. Meijer 3835, 3839, 3866, 3869, 3870, 3887, 3895; G. Malintang, 2260 m, Biinnemeijer 4067, )t205.

39. Diplycosia crassiramea Sleum., nov. spec. Frutex. Ramuli floriferi valde crassi (6—8 mm diam.), in partibus vetustioribus teretes, stigmatibus foliorum delapsorum rotundis valde

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DIPLYCOSIA LAMII J. J. S.

Diplycosia lamii J. J. Smith in Nova Guinea 18: 99, t. 21, 2. 1936; Sleum. in Bot. Jahrb. 72: 211. 1942. NEW GUINEA. N o r t h e r n p a r t : Doormantop, 3200—3280m, Lam 1605 (BO; L, lectotype), 1791, 1808.

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DIPLYCOSIA OROPHILA

Sleum.

Diplycosia orophila Sleumer in Bot. Jahrb. 71: 155. 1940. BORNEO. S a r a w a k . Mt Dulit, 1230—1300 m, Richards 1895, 1988 (K, type).

43. DIPLYCOSIA 43a. var LUZONICA.

LUZONICA

(A. Gray) Merr.

Diplycosia luzonica (A. Gray) Merrill in Philip. J. Sc. 2: Bot. 293. 1907; I.e. 3: Bot. 378, 1908; I.e. 5: Bot. 371, 1910; En. Philip. 3: 247. 1923; Copel. f. in Philip. J. Sc. 47: 71, pi. 2 f. 3—6, pi. 3, pi. 4 f. 1. 1932.—Gaultheria luzonica A. Gray, in Proc. Am. Ac. Arts Sc. 5: 3z4. 1861.—Diplycosia scandens Merr. in Philip. J. Sc. 1: Suppl. 219. 1906; En. Philip. 3: 247. 1923.—D. fascieuliflora Merr. in Philip. J. Sc. 10: Bot. 52. 1915; En. Philip. 3: 246. 1923. PHILIPPINES. L u z o n : Laguna, Mt Banahao, U.S. S. Pacif. Expl. Exp. (GH, type of G. luzonica; US, cit. Copel. f., not seen) ; Loher 6208; F.B. 7884- Curran & Merritt (not seen) ; F.B. 7892 Curran & Merritt (not seen) ; B. Sci. 6851 Robinson; B. Sci. 19585 Ramos (not seen) ; Foxworthy (not seen) ; Quisumbing 1U0, 1366 (not seen) ; F.B. 30076 Sulit. Mountain, Benguet, Clemens 17217; Mt Simacoco, B. Sci-. iO327 Ramos & Edano; Mt Pulog, F.B. 180U8 Curran, Merritt & Zschokke; Mt Pulogloco, Loher 3771; Mt Baudan, B. Sci. U0S07 Ramos & Edano. Lepanto, Mt Data, Merrill U597 (cit. %579') (BO, K, L; PNH, type of D. scandens, f; US, not seen); Loher 3770; Clemens 16391 (cit. '13691'), 17822, 18779. Balbalasan, F.B. 5693 Kleinme. Abra, F.B. H61S Darling (not seen). Bontoc, Mt Pukis, B. Sci. 37811 Ramos & Edano. Ifugao, Mt Polis, B. Sci. 19758 McGregor (PNH, type of D. fascieuliflora, f)N e g r o s : Cuernos Mts, Elmer 10184-. Canlaon Volcano, Merrill 236; ibid., along lake, 1860m PNH 21932 Edano. M i n d a n a o : Misamis, Mt Malindang, F.B. 4779 (cit. '4776')

Mearns & Hutehinson.

Biliran

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C a t a n d u a n e s : Mt Mariguidon, B. Sci. 30381 (cit. '30318') Ramos. Diplycosia trinervia Elmer, Leafl. Philip. Bot. 3: 1102. 1911; Merr., En. Philip. 3: 247. 1923; Copel. f. in Philip. J. Sc. 47: 68. 1932.—D. luzonica (non (Gray) Merr.) Elm., Leafl. Philip. Bot. 3: 1105. 1911. PHILIPPINES. M i n d a n a o : Davao, Mt Calelan, Elmer 11676, 11676a, (E, K, L, PNH; US, type, not seen).

43b. var. pubens Sleum., nov. var. Bracteolis calycibusque dense griseo-puberulis a typo differt. PHILIPPINES. L u z o n : Benguet, Mt Pulogloco, B. Sci. Ramos & Edano 40397 (A, BO, K; L, type; SING). Mt Pulog, B. Sci. 44884 Ramos & Edano.

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43c. var. calelanensis (Elm.) Sleum., comb. nov. Diplycosia calelanensis Elmer, Leafl. Philip. Bot. 3: 1103. 1911 (calelanense); Merr., En. Philip. 3: 246. 1923; Copel. f. in Philip. J. Sc. 47: 74, pi. 5 f. 1. 1932.— D. glabra Merr. in Philip. J. Sc. 14: 442. 1919; En. Philip. 3: 246. 1923.—D. opaca C. B. Robins, in Philip. J. Sc. 6: Bot. 355. 1911; Merr. En. Philip. 3: 247. 1923; Copel. f. I.e. 47: 77, pi. 5 f. 2. 1932. PHILIPPINES. M i n d a n a o : Davao, Mt Calelan, Elmer 11681 (A, BO, CAL, E, FI, K, L, NY; US, type, not seen). Mt Matutum, Copeland, (not seen). L u z o n : Sorsog-on, Copeland (not seen). Rizal, Montalban, Loher 12382, 12383 (not seen); Pinauisan, Loher 124.25. Mountain Prov., Beng-uet, Mt Santo Tomas, 2285 m, Santos 5805; Elmer 5932; Williams 1341; B. Sci. 5i66 Ramos; Baguio, Elmer 14-262; Mt Ugo, B. Sci. 5726 Ramos; Mt Pauai, F.B. 14434 Darling; B. Sci. 8509 McGregor; B. Sci. 31784 Santos (A, BO, CAL, K, L; PNH, type of D. glabra, f); PNH 82412 Quisumbing & Sulit. Tayabas, Mt Binuang-, 900 m, B. Sci. 9385 Robinson (PNH, type of D. opaca, t; US, not seen). P a l a w a n : Mt Mantalinahan, Brooke's Point, PNH 136 Edano.

43d. var. merrittii (Merr.) Sleum., comb. nov. Diplycosia merrittii Merr. in Philip. J. Sc. 2: Bot, 293. 1907; I.e. 3: Bot. 378. 1908; En. Philip. 3: 247. 1923. PHILIPPINES. M i n d o r o: Mt Halcon, F.B. 4413 Merritt; F.B. 4415 Merritt; F.B. 4437 Merritt (not seen); Merrill 5670 (K; PNH, type, f; US, not seen). Mind a n a o : Bukidnon, Mt Lipa, B. Sci. 38540 Ramos & Edano. P a l a w a n : Mt Victoria B. Sci. 666 Foxworthy (US, cit. Copeland. f. not seen). 44. DIPLYCOSIA CARYOPHYLLOIDES J. J. S. 44a.

var. CARYOPHYLLOIDES.

Diplycosia caryophylloides 3. 3. Smith in Bot. Jahrb. 68: 209, 214. 1937. SOUTHEAST CELEBES. Mengkoka Mts. B. Porema, 1400—1500 m, Kjellberg 2660, 3914 (S, type); B. Watuwila, 1500m, Kjellberg 1095 (BO, S).

44b. var. longipes Sleum., var. nov. A typo foliis minoribus 3—5 cm longis et (1,5—)1,7—2,5 cm latis (ceterum iis f ormae typicae simillimis) longiusque petiolatis (4—7 mm) tantum diversa. SE. CELEBES. Kolonedale, between saddle and E. slope of Tomongkobae-group (i.e. in the mountains N of Kendari), Eyma 3960 (BO: L, type).

45. DIPLYCOSIA SCABRIDA Becc. Diplycosia scabrida Beccari, Malesia 1: 211. 1878; Merr., En. Born. 465. 1921. BORNEO. S a r a w a k . Mt Mattan, Beccari P.B. 2494, 2957. Mt Poi, Beccari P.B. 2418 (FI, lectotype; K). C. B o r n e o : G. Kenepai, Hallier 1692. Penunduk, B. Mili, Amdjah 80. Semedum, Hallier 689. SE. B o r n e o : Mentawir region, N. of Balikpapan, 20 m, Kostermans 4520; Peak of Balikpapan (G. Beratus), 1000 m, Kostermans

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46. DIPLYCOSIA CAPITATA Sleum. Diplycosia capitata Sleumer in Bot. Jahrb. 71: 149. 1940. C. CELEBES 'Ponaa-Rucken', i.e. on the waterdivide N of Paloppo (120°22'E.— 2°15'S), 1620 m, Sarasin, It. Cel. II-S 2081 (B, type f; fragm. L). 47.

DIPLYCOSIA SAGITTANTHERA J. J. S.

Diplycosia sagittanthera 3. 3. Smith in Bot. Jahrb. 68: 205. 1937. C. CELEBES. Nuha, B. Wawu Meusa (N of Lake Matana), 800 m, Kjellberg 2316 (BO; S, type).

48. DIPLYCOSIA ACUMINATA Becc. Diplycosia acuminata Beccari, Malesia 1: 212. 1878; Merr. En. Born. 463. 1921. BORNEO. S a r a w a k : Batang Lupar, Mt Linga, 700m, Beccari P.B. 3941 (FI, type). C. B o r n e o : Amai ambit, Hallier 3440. G. Kenepai, Hallier 1875. E. B o r n e o : Peak of Balikpapan (G. Beratus), 900—1000 m, Kostermans 7352, 7601, 7608; W. Meijer 856.

49. DIPLYCOSIA CRENULATA Sleum. Diplycosia crenulata Sleumer in Bot. Jahrb. 71: 153. 1940. BR. N. BORNEO. Mt Kinabalu, 1220—1680 m, Clemens 30632, 35018 (A; BM, type; BO, E, L, NY), 40573.

50. DIPLYCOSIA ELLIPTICA Ridl. Diplycosia elliptica Ridley in 3. Fed. Mai. St. Mus. 10: 145. 1920; FI. Mai. Pen. 2: 213. 1923.—D. cordifolia Ridl. in 3. Fed. Mai. St. Mus. 10: 145. 1920; FI. Mai. Pen. 2: 214. 1923.—D. microphylla (non Becc.) Clarke in Hook, f., FI. Br. Ind. 3: 453. 1882; Ridl. in 3. Str. Br. R. As. Soc. 23: 146. 1891; in 3. Fed. Mai. St. Mus. 10: 145. 1920; FI. Mai. Pen. 2: 213. 1923; Burk. & Benders, in Gard. Bull. S.S. 3: 390. 1925; Fletcher in Craib, PI. Siam. En. 2: 315. 1938; Hemders. in Mai. Natur. J. 6: 264. 1950.—Vaccinium microphyllum (non Bl.) K. & G. in 3. As. Soc. Beng. 74, ii: 62. 1906; Burk. & Holtt. in Gard. Bull. S.S. 3: 57. 1923.—Diplycosia kingii Merr. in Pap. Mich. Ac. Sc. 19: 182. 1933; in Contr. Am. Arb. 8: 128. 1934; in Not. Nat. Ac. Nat. Sc. Philad. 47: 2. 1940. SIAM. S u r a t : Kao Nawng, c. 80-0 m, Kerr 13249. Pattani, Yala, Betong, G. Ina, c. 1200 m, Kerr 7585. MALAY PENINSULA. K e d a h : Kedah Peak (G. Jerai), 915—1210 m, Low s.n.; Lobb s.n.; Ridley 5528, 5529, Flippance s.n. P e r a k: G. Batu Putih, 1035 m, Wray 470 (K, lectotype of D. elliptica; SING); Larut Hills, 915—1220 m, Kunstler s.n. (BM. BO; K, syntype of D. elliptica); G. Hijau, 1525—1825 m. Curtis s.n.; Murton 41; G. Raya, F. Dep. F.M.S. 47201 Sow; G. Kerbau, above 1675 m, F. Dep. F.M.S. 31468, 32127 Symington; Tea Gardens, Ridley s.n.; locality not given: Scortechini s.n., Scortechini 1171 (cit. by K. & G., not seen); Wray 1105 (not seen); Kunstler 3660 (not seen). Pah a n g : G. Tahan, 915—1005 m, Ridley 16238 (K,type of D. cordifolia) ; Holttum SF

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20708; Cameron Highl., c. 1370 m, Hancock s.n.; ibid., Telom, Bt. Stempat, Ridley s.n.; ibid., G. Batu Laengan, F. Dep. F.M.S. 25950 Ja dm-at; ibid., G. Irau, summit, F. Dep. F.M.S. 36553 Symington (differs by dense rufous bristles on young shoots and setose pedicels, perhaps a variety) ; G. Benom, 1525 m, F.M. Stat. Mus. Coll.; Prazer Hill, 1220—1320 m, Nur SF 11285, Burkill & Holttum SF 7895, 8942; ibid., Pine tree Hill., F. Dep. F.M.S. 29499 Symington; Corner s.n. S e 1 a.n g o r : B. Etam, Kelsall s.n. J o h o r e : Mt Ophir, top, c. 1270 m, Griffith K.D. 3484; Lobb s.n.; Maingay 700; Hullett Slfl. SUMATRA, A t j e h : Gajolands, G. Lembuh, 1000—2500 m, van Steenis 9029, 9193, 9231. E a s t c o a s t : Medan-Berastagi road, 1280 m, Banff ham 976; N of Berastagi, Karo Plateau, Bartlett 6597; new road Peso-Peso, 1250—1370m, Bang ham 1079. BORNEO. W. B o r n e o : Mt Peneyn, Teijsmann 7967; Mt Singkadjang, Teijsniann 7965. Without locality; de Vriese & Teijsmann s.n.

51. DIPLYCOSIA MICROPHYLLA Becc. Diplycosia microphylla Beccari, Malesia 1: 212. 1878; Merr., En. Born. 464. 1921. BORNEO. S a r a w a k : Mt Mattang, top, Beccari P.B. 2931 (cit. '2031', FI, type; K) ; ibid., 915—1220 m, Haviland s.n.; Clemens 20820bis; Ridley s.n.; Mt Poi, 1370 m, Clemens 20230. Locality not given, Lobb s.n., anno 1853.

The type specimen comprises 2 forms, one form with elliptic to ovateelliptic leaves, 7—12 by 4—6 mm, the other form with elliptic-oblong leaves, 15—-18 by 6—8 mm. 52. DIPLYCOSIA CONSOBRINA Becc. Diplycosia consobrina Beccari, Malesia 1: 211. 1878; Merr., En. Born. 464. 1921. BORNEO. S a r a w a k : Mt Mattang, c. 500 m, Beccari P.B. 1747 (FI, leetotype), 2048.

53. Diplycosia cinnabarina Sleum., nov. spec. Frutex repens et epiphyticus, ramulis radicantibus in partibus vetustioribus rubro-brunneo-corticatis et setosis, in partibus novellis sat dense subpatenter setulosis (1,5—2 mm) et subdense, rarius laxe pilis brevissimis patentibus fuscidulis puberulis. Folia elliptica, rarius subovato-elliptica vel oblongo-elliptica, exstipulata, apice basique late obtusato-attenuata, apice ipso glandula parva manifesta instructa ibique una cum dentibus lateralibus brevissime tridentulata, rigida, coriacea, in sicco supra olivacea, rugosula et nitidula, subtus brunnescentia usque saturate rubescentia, opaca, supra glabra, subtus passim breviter nigro-setuloso-pilosa vel plerumque nigro-punctulata, manifeste crenata, dentibus obtusis in setulam diu persistentem 1 mm longam abeuntibus, 0,7—1,4 cm longa, (0,4—) 0,5—0,7 cm lata, costa supra bene immersa, subtus paullo elevata vel immersa, nervis lateralibus utroque latere unicis supra basin laminae ortis et praeter marginem curvato-ascendentibus, supra impressis, subtus plerumque obscuris, interdum levissime insculptis; petiolus setulosus 1,5—

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2 mm longus. Flores singuli axillares. Pedicelli graciles, glabri, (6—)7—10 mm longi. Bracteolae ovatae, subacutae, ± reflexae, margine sat longe (c. 0,6 mm) setulosae. Calyx 2,5 mm longus, dorso glaber, lobis reflexis ovato-deltoideis 1,5 mm longis margine longe (0,6—0,8 mm) setulosis seu fimbriatis. Corolla urceolata, 8,5—9,5 mm longa, c. 3,5 mm diam., glabra, laete rubra, lobis obtusis 1,5 mm longis. Stamina 10; filamenta filiformia supra basin paulo dilatata, glabra, sigmoideo-undata, 4,5 mm longa; antherae oblongae, basi apiculato-recurvatae, valde granulatae, cum tubulis latiusculis 3,5 mm longae. Ovarium glabrum; stylus gracilis glaber 7 mm longus. Fructus haud visus. SUMATRA. A t j e h : Gajo Lands, Mt Losir, upper course of the Lau Alas River, 2100—2250 m, van Steenis 8428 (BO; L, type) ; G. Lembuh, 2500 m, van Steenis 9055.

54. Diplycosia piceifolia Sleum., nov. spec. Frutex epiphyticus, c. 10—20 cm altus, ramis teretibus c. 3—5 mm diam., apicibus tantum iterum et iterum ramosis, ramulis brevibus congestis quasi pulviniformi-aggregatis, in partibus novellis verruculosis et brevissime patenter brunneo-pubescentibus haud setosis. Folia densissima, acicularia, apice subacuta, basi breviter angustata, subcoriacea, in sicco supra griseo-olivacea, subtus brunnescentia, glabra, (1—)1,5—2 cm longa, 0,5—0,8 mm lata, costa supra impressa, ceterum evenia; petiolus 0,5—1 mm longus. Flores axillares solitarii, minuti. Pedicelli subglabri, graciles, 1,5—2,5 mm longi. Bracteolae ciliolatae, minutae. Calyx 1,3 mm longus, glaber, lobis ovatis obtusis ciliolatis. Corolla late cylindrica, c. 2,5 mm longa, fere usque ad medium 5-loba. Stamina 10 inclusa; filamenta sublinearia, curvata, glabra, l mm longa; antherae valde granulatae, thecis oblongis basi inflexis 0,8 mm longis, tubulis angustis 1,2 mm longis. Ovarium glabrum; stylus glaber, 1,5mm. Fructus c. 1,5 mm diam. C. BORNEO. M filler Mts, Amai Ambit, Hallier fr. 29-4-1894.

(BO; L, type; NY), fl.,

55. DIPLYCOSIA PINIFOLIA Stapf Diplycosia pinifolia Stapf in Trans. Linn. Soc. ser. 2, Bot. 4: 192. t. 14 f. A 1—3. 1894; Merr., En. Born. 465. 1921. BR. N. BORNEO. Mt Kinabalu, 1065—2285 m, Haviland 1297 (BO, CAL; K, type; SING); Haslam s.n.; Clemens 28379, 29070., 29784, 32305, 32488, 33034, 33044, 33670, 34352, 34464; Carr SF 27538, 27682.

56. Diplycosia stenophylla Sleum., nov. spec. Frutex erectus, c. 30 cm altus, ramis teretibus in sicco nigrescentibus striatis, ramulis puberulis ceterum hinc inde seta subadpressa adspersis. Folia anguste lanceolata, apice breviter acuminata, glandula nigrescente minuta prorumpente terminata, basi in petiolum attenuata, subcoriacea, glabra, sed subtus ± laxe nigro-punctulata, supra nitidula, subtus opaca,

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in sicco saturate usque nigrescenti-brunnea, integra vel remote ciliatodenticulata, denticulis minutissimis in setulam vix 1 mm longam gracillimam demum ± caducam excurrentibus 2—3 mm distantibus, (2—)2,3— 3,5 cm longa, 0,4—0,6 cm lata, medio latissima, costa supra per totam longitudinem impressa, subtus parce prominente, nervis lateralibus utrinque obscuris; petiolus crassiusculus 1—2 mm longus, pulvinulo crasso insidens. Flores axillares solitarii rarius bini, plerumque 4-meri, interdum in eodem specimine 5-meri. Pedicelli pilosuli, c. 1,5 mm longi, basi minute 2—3-bracteati. Bracteolae late ovatae, minutae, glabrae, ciliatae. Calyx 2 mm longus, basi quasi in pedem contractus, glaber, lobis ovatis obtusis fimbriato-ciliolatis 1 mm. Corolla cylindrico-urceolata, rubra, 2,5—3 mm longa, c. 1,5 mm diam., glabra, brevissime 4(vel 5)-loba. Stamina 8 (vel rarius 10) ; filamenta linearia, glabra, inflexa, c. 1,5 mm longa; antherae ovatae basi saccatae, cum tubulis brevibus c. 1,5 mm longae. Ovarium glabrum; stylus filiformis 2,5 mm longus. Fructus haud visus. C. CELEBES. Poso, Boro-Puna, 1700—1800 m, fl. 10-8-1937, Eyma 1603 (BO; L, type); Lake Poso, c. 2000 m, Steup 10. 57. DlPLYCOSIA MYRTILLUS Stapf Diplyeosia myrtillus Stapf in Trans. Linn. Soc. ser. 2, Bot. 4: 192. 1894; Merr., En. Born. 464. 1921. BR. N. BORNEO. Mt Kinabalu, 1525—2650 m, Haviland 1136 (K, type; SAR); Clemens 29861.

58. Diplyeosia rubella Sleum., nov. spec. Frutex. Ramuli graciles, teretes, griseo-brunnescenti-corticati, laxe setulosi, in partibus recentissimis tenues, subangulati, densius subadpresse rufo-setulosi, setulis tenuibus 1—1,5 mm longis initio minute glanduliferis, ultro pilis brevissimis patentibus sat dense induti. Folia ovato-lanceolata, apicem versus longe subfalcato-caudato-acuminata, apice ipso acuta, glandula terminali parva haud prorumpente, basi late in petiolum cuneata, firmule subcoriacea, in sicco dilute brunnea, supra matura glabra et lucidula, subtus opaca et in facie laxe vel laxissime, secus costam densius breviter subadpresse setosa, margine in sicco r-evoluta, subintegra, loco denticulorum setis diu persistentibus instructa, 4—6 cm longa, 1—1,6 cm lata, costa supra bene impressa, subtus prominente, nervis lateralibus utroque singulis e basi laminae orientibus praeter marginem usque ad apicem excurrentibus supra levissime impresses, subtus obscuris, nervis ceteris venisque obscuris; petiolus.supra sulcatus, breviter setosus, 2—3 mm longus. Flores axillares solitarii vel bini. Pedicelli basi minute bracteati, rigidiusculi, post anthesin tantum visi, glabri, (9—)10—12 mm longi. Bracteolae ovato-acuminatae, subacutae, apice puberulae ceterum glabrae, brevissime glanduloso-ciliolatae, 1,5 mm. Calyx, corolla (ex coll. rubra), stamina et ovarium desiderantur. SUMATRA. W e s t c o a s t : N.W. slope" G. Talamau (Mt Ophir), 1950 m, 235-1927, Bunnemeijer 781 (BO, type).

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59. DIPLYCOSIA LANCIFOLIA Ridl. Diplycosia lancifolia Ridley in J. R. Str. Br. As. Soc. 39: 15. 1903; FL Mai. Pen. 2: 214. 1923. 59a.

var. LANCIFOLIA.

MALAY PENINSULA. P a h a n g : G. Benom (Kluang Terbang), Barnes {Herb.

Ridley 10891, SING, type).

59b. var. calvescens Sleum., nov. var: Typo habitu valde similis, sed foliis magis ovato-lanceolatis, (3,5—) ,4,5—6,5 cm longis et (0,9—)1,1—1,7 cm latis et calyce dorso laxe muriS culato ceterum glabro differt. MALAY PENINSULA. P a h a n g : G. Tahan, W. of Teku Valley 1370m, HoltSF 20746 (BO; SING, type). 60.

DIPLYCOSIA PILOSA Bl.

Diplycosia pilosa Blume, Bijdr. 858. 1826; DC, Prodr. 7: 591. 1839; Miq., Fl. tlnd. Bat. 2: 1055. 1859; Koord.-Schum., Syst. Verz. fam. 233, p. 107. 1912; Koord., Exk. Fl. Java 3: 8. 1912; Back, in Bull. Jard. Bot. Btzg II, 12: 15. 1913; J. J. S. in K. &V., Bijdr. Booms. 13: 127. 1914; Amshoff in Back., Bekn. Fl. Java (em. ed.) 7b fam. 162: p. 6. 1948.—Gaultheria pilosa (Bl.) Endl. ex Hassk., Cat. Hort. Btzg 160. 1844; Zoll. in Nat. Geneesk. Arch. N.I. 2: 9. 1845; Endl. ex Moritzi, Syst. Verz. Zoll. 42. 1846; Zoll., Syst. Verz. 2: 138. 1854; Miq., Ann. Mus. Bot. Lugd.-Bat. 1: 40. 1863.—Amphicalyx pilosa BL, Fl. Jav. Icon. Ined. t. 9. 1863—83. W. JAVA. G. Salak, Reinwardt s.n. {Herb. Blume, L, type); ibid., 1500—2200 m; Zollinger 1686; Koorders 36686; Doct. van Leeuwen 14095; Backer 9253; Bakhuizen v.d. Br. 580, 4031, 4118; van Steenis 3033, 5067, 8265, 12397; Gedeh-Tjibodas, 2100 m, van Steenis 5026; Tjibodas, 1800 m, Sapei 2277; van Steenis 22329; G. Gegerbintang, 1500—2000m, van Steenis 4654, 11686; above Tjibeureum, 2000m, van Steenis 17597. B a n t a m : Nirmala, 1200—1500m, Backer 10672, 10809; G. Halimun, W. of Nirt mala, 1500—1800 m, van Steenis 12425. Locality not given: Lobb s.n.

61. DIPLYCOSIA CAUDATIFOLIA Sleum. Diplycosia caudatifolia Sleumer in Bot. Jahrb. 71: 150. 1940.—D. helerophylla (non Bl.) Stapf in Trans. Linn. Soc. ser. 2, Bot. 4: 192. 1894; Merr., En. Born. 464. 1921. BR. N. BORNEO. Mt Kinabalu, 2100—3050 in, Haviland 1146 (K, 'D. heteroPhylla'); Clemens 27808, 28928, 29215, 29962, 31971, 32336, 32862, 32911, 33185, 33658, S3801, 51647 (A; BM, type; E, K, L) ; Carr SF 27472.

62. DIPLYCOSIA MEMECYLOIDES Stapf Diplycosia memecyloides Stapf in Trans. Linn. Soc. ser. 2, Bot. 4: 194. 1894; Merr., En. Born. 464, p.p. 1921; Heine in Fedde Rep. 54: 245. 1951.

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BR. N. BORNEO. Mt Kinabalu, 915—2900 m, Haviland 1208 (CAL; K, type; SAR) ; Clemens 28885, 28917, 29283, 29729, 32048, 32541, 32918, 32974, 33066, 33150, 35078; Carr SF 63. DlPLYCOSIA GRACILIPES J. J. S. Diplyeosia gracilipes J. J. Smith in Bull. Jard. Bot. Btzg III, 1: 407, t. Si. 1920. C. CELEBES. G. Sinadji (N of Makale and Rantepao) (BO, type; L), 904 (= I.e. t.54), 905. 64.

Rachmat 886

DlPLYCOSIA CELEBENSIS J. J. S.

Diplyeosia celebensis J. J. Smith in Bull. Jard. Bot. Btzg III, 1: 406, t. 53, 1920; in Bot. Jahrb. 68: 205. 1937. C. CELEBES. G. Sinadji (N of Makale and Rantepao) Rachmat 884, (BO, type; L); G. Batuding, Rachmat 914; near Pintealon, spur of Pokapindjang, 2400—2600 m, Eyma 530; Pokapindjang, 2700 m, Kjellberg 3921; Pokapindjang-Tinabang, 2600—3000 m, Eyma 578.

65. Diplyeosia haemantha Sleum., nov. spec. Frutex parvus, interdum epiphyticus, ramis cinereo-corticatis, ramulis novellis gracilibus rubro-brunneis, laxe ± appresse setulosis et patenter papilloso-puberulis. Folia elliptica vel obovato-elliptica, interdum obovata vel oblongo-elliptica, apice late acuminata usque rotundata, glandula sat crassa bene prorumpente apiculata, basi in petiolum cuneata, subcoriacea usque coriacea, firma, in sicco supra cinereo-olivacea, subtus sordide brunnescentia, utrinque opaca, margine dilutiore cartilagineo superne manifestius crenulata (initio denticulato-ciliata) vel haud raro subintegra vel integra, supra glabra, subtus basibus setularum caducarum relictis laxe nigro-punctulata, 1,4—2,5 (raro partim usque ad 3,5) cm longa, (0,8—) 1—1,5 cm lata, costa supra impressa, subtus fere plana, nervis obscuris; petiolus crassiusculus, rugulosus, laxe setulosus, 2(—3) mm longus. Flores singuli rarius bini (rarissime in axilla una alterave trini). Pedicelli graciles, nutantes, subglabri, 6—8(—10) mm longi. Bracteolae ovatae, obtusae, ± connatae, ciliolatae, 1 mm. Calyx glaber, c. 3 mm longus, lobis ovatis obtusis c. 2 mm longis margine brevissime glanduloso-muriculatis vel -fimbriatis. Corolla urceolata, 6,5 mm longa, glabra, sanguinea, breviter 5-loba. Stamina 10; f ilamenta linearia, glabra, 4 mm longa; antherae ovato-oblongae, echinulatae, cum tubulis brevibus et latiusculis c. 1,8 mm longae. Ovarium glabrum; stylus 3 mm longus. Fructus nigrescens, c. 4 mm diam. C E L E B E S . E a s t e r n C e n t r a l C e l e b e s : N spur o f G . Lumut, between b i v . I I a n d I I I , 3 - 9 - 1 9 3 8 , Eyma 3577 ( B O ; L , t y p e ) , 3 5 7 7 6 . S o u t h e a s t C e l e b e s : B. W a t u w i l a , 1 5 0 0 m, Kjellberg 1090.

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66. Diplyeosia minutiflora Sleum., nov. spec. Frutex 2 m altus, ramis subangulatis, apice valde ramosis, ramulis erectis, angulatis, rigidulis, griseo-corticatis, innovationibus rubescentibrunneis dense papilloso-puberulis, setulis nullis. Folia obovato-elliptica vel obovata, apice brevissime late attenuata usque rotundata, glandula crassa prorumpente apiculata, basi late in petiolum cuneata, subcoriacea, in sicco supra saturate griseo- olivacea, subtus rubescenti-brunnea, supra glabra et nitida, subtus opaca atque sat dense minutissime nigro-punctata, margine leviter revoluta et minutissime glanduloso-impresso-crenulata (primo visu integra), 1,5—3 cm longa, 0,9—1,7 cm lata, costa supra leviter immersa, subtus in inferiore dimidio tantum prominente, nervis lateralibus inter sese subparallelis utroque latere 2—3, nervo suprabasali altius curvato-ascendente, nervis superioribus 1—2 a costa abeuntibus brevioribus minus curvatis, omnibus supra levissime impressis, subtus ± obscuris ; petiolus crassiusculus, in sicco nigrescens, 2—3 mm longus. Fasciculi 3—6-flori. Pedicelli sat graciles, ± dense breviter crispule flavescentipilosuli, 3—5 mm longi. Bracteolae ovatae, subacutae, in medio dorso pilosulae, c. 0,8 mm tantum longae, ciliolatae. Calyx basi contractus, glaber, 2 mm, lobis ovatis, subacutis glanduloso-fimbriatis, 1 mm longis. Corolla tubulosa, alba, glabra, 3,5 mm longa, c. 1,8 mm diam., lobis 0,6 mm longis, erectis. Stamina 10; filamenta linearia, glabra, 1,5 mm longa; antherae oblongae, echinulatae, sensim in tubulos sat angustos thecas subaequantes abientes, cum tubulis fere 2 mm longae. Ovarium sat dense flavido-pilosulum; stylus glaber 2—2,5 mm longus. Fructus ex coll. ruber vel rubescens, haud visus. N. C. CELEBES. Biv. Puna (near Poso), 1800 m, fl. 24-6-1931, Steup 21 (BO, type). 67. DlPLYCOSIA KEMULENSIS J. J. S. Diplyeosia kemvlensis J. J. Smith in Bull. Jard. Bot. Btzg III, 13: 459. 1935. C. E. BORNEO. W. Kutei, G. Kemul, summit, 1850 m, Endert 4396 (BO, type; L). 68. DlPLYCOSIA ROSMARINIPOLIA Sleum. Diplyeosia rosmarinifolia Sleumer in Bot. Jahrb. 71: 156. 1940. BR. N. BORNEO. Mt Kinabalu, c. 1980 m, Clemens 34205 (A; BM, type; BO, K, L, NY). 69.

DlPLYCOSIA APICULIFERA J. J. S.

Diplyeosia apieulifera J. J. Smith in Fedde Rep. 35: 296. 1934. SUMATRA. W e s t c o a s t : G. Singgalang, 2800 m, Beccari (Herb. Beccari 5774, I''I). G. Talakmau (Mt Ophir), 2000 m, Biinnemeijer 799; G. Kerintji, 2100—2500 m, Bunnemeijer 9413, 9961 (BO, type; L), 10269, 10U52.

152 70.

DIPLYCOSIA PITTOSPORIFOLIA J. J. S.

Diplycosia pittosporifolia J. J. Smith in Bull. Jard. Bot. Btzg III, 13: 460. 1935. 70a.

v a r . PITTOSPORIFOLIA.

C. E. BORNEO. W. Kutei, Mt Kemul, 1800 m, Endert 4460 (BO, type; L).

70b. var. punctiloba Sleum., nov. var. Ramulis dense setosis nervisque lateralibus supra leviter impressis, pedicellis 1,2—1,5 cm longis densius patenter glanduloso-setulosis a typo diversa. BR. N. BORNEO. Mt Kinabalu, Kamburanga, 2440—2745 m, 23-3-1932, Clemens 28900 (BM, BO, E, K; L, type; N Y ) ; ibid., 2195m, Carr SF 27480.

71.

DIPLYCOSIA LYSOLEPIS

Sleum.

Diplycosia lysolepis S l e u m e r in Bot. J a h r b . 7 2 : 209.

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N E W G U I N E A . N o r t h e a s t e r n p a r t : Morobe, B o a n a , 1150—1500 m , Clemens 8161 (B, t y p e , f) ; Y u n z a i n g , Mt Aloki, c. 1500 m, Clemens 2376 (B, j) ; S a m b a n g a , 1700—2000 ! m, Clemens s.n. ( B , f ) . S o u t h e a s t e r n p a r t : C e n t r . D i s t r . , Alola, 1980 m, Carr 13736 ( A ; K, n e o t y p e ; L ) .

72.

DIPLYCOSIA RETUSA

Sleum.

Diplycosia retusa Sleumer in Bot. Jahrb. 71: 156. 1940. CENTRAL CELEBES. Topapu Mts (120° 15' E., 2° 0' S.), 1300—1700 m, Sarasin It. Cel. Il-n. S 2097 (B, type, f; L, fragm.).

73.

DIPLYCOSIA EDULIS

Schltr.

Diplycosia edulis Schlechter in Bot. Jahrb. 55: 163, /. 7, H-M. 1918; Sleum. I.e. 72: 209. 1942. NEW GUINEA. C e n t r a l p a r t : Oranje Mts, Mt Wilhelmina, 9 km N. E. of Lake Habbema, 3000 m, Brass 10673; Lake Habbema, 3225 m camp, Brass 90>67. N o r t h e a s t e r n p a r t : Bismarck Mts, c. 2300 m, Schlechter 18727 (B, type, 11 K).

74.

DIPLYCOSIA SANGUINOLENTA

Sleum.

Diplycosia sanguinolenta Sleumer in Bot. Jahrb. 71: 157. 1940. BR. N. BORNEO. Mt Kinabalu, 1525—1830m, Clemens 32465 (A; BM, type; BO, K, L, NY), 32474, 32722 ('32772'), 32982, 32986, 33052; Carr SF 26922.

75.

DIPLYCOSIA SPHENOPHYLLA

Sleum.

Diplycosia sphenophylla Sleumer in Bot. Jahrb. 71: 158. 1940. BR. N. BORNEO. Mt Kinabalu, 1220—1525 m, Clemens 32356, 32546, 35074, 40007 (A; BM, type; BO, E, K, L, NY).

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76. DIPLYCOSIA URCEOLATA Stapf Diplycosia urceolata Stapf in Trans. Linn. Soc. ser. 2, Bot. 4: 194. 1894; Merr., En. Born. 465. 1921.—D. coriifolia Sleum. in Bot. Jahrb. 71 : 152. 1940. BR. N. BORNEO. Mt Kinabalu, 2135—3350 m, Haviland 1150 (K, type; SAR, SING); Clemens 27846, 29087 p.p., 31864, 32909, 33042, 33189, 33624, 33815 (A; BM, type; E, L, NY) ; Carr SF 27482.

77. . Diplycosia conimutata Sleum., nov. spec. Diplycosia urceolata (non Stapf) Sleumer in Bot. Jahrb. 71: 153. 1940, in texto.

Frutex terrestris vel epiphyticus, rarius arbuscula, ramulis subteretibus, apice in sicco rubro-brunneis omnino glabris, in partibus inferioribus cito griseo-corticatis. Folia oblonga usque obovato-oblonga, apice obtusa rarius breviter late attenuata vel leviter emarginata, glandula crassa prorumpente apiculata, basi sat breviter in petiolum cuneata, tenuiter coriacea, rigidula, supra in sicco dilute brunnea, glabra et nitidula, subtus saepius saturate rubro-brunnea, opaca et laxe nigro-punctulata, integra, sed in margine subcartilagineo lamina pallidiore indistincte impresso-crenulata (loco crenularum in foliis juvenilibus setula mox caduca instructa), haud vel parce revoluta, (3,5—)4—6(—7) cm longa, (0,8—)1—1,8 (2, rarius partim usque ad 2,5) cm lata, supra basin 3—5-plinervia, costa supra manifeste impressa, subtus bene prominente, nervis lateralibus infimis paullo suprabasalibus alte curvato-ascendentibus, ± apicem laminae attingentibus, supra leviter impressis, superioribus altius a costa abeuntibus similiter curvatis haud raro minus distincte impressis vel omnino obscuris, nervis subtus haud visibilibus; petiolus crassiusculus glaber 2—4 mm longus, 0,6—1 mm diam. Flores in axillis superioribus singuli vel bini, in axillis inferioribus 3(—4), fasciculati. Pedicelli pilis vel setulis brevibus glanduliferis laxe induti, ceterum brevissime pilosi, vel subglabri, sub anthesi 2—3 mm longi, postea paullo elongati, bracteis basalibus paucis, minutis. Bracteolae ovatae, obtusae, glabrae, subglanduloso-ciliatae, 1 mm longae. Calyx 2 mm longus, prof unde 5-lobus, lobis ovatis obtusis breviter subglanduloso-fimbriatis. Corolla subgloboso-urceolata, basi attenuata, medio ventricosa, apice contracta, carnosula, cum lobis brevissimis (0,5 mm) c. 4,5 mm longa, c. 2,5 mm diam., albida (vel ante plenam anthesin rosacea). Stamina 10; filamenta linearia, glabra, leviter incurvata, fere 3 mm longa; antherae oblongae, parum granulatae, tubulis inclusis c. 1,8 mm longae, tubulis c. 0,5 mm longis. Ovarium glabrum; stylus 2,5 mm glaber. Fructus subglobosus, purpureus, fere maturus c 3 mm diam. BR. N. BORNEO. Mt Kinabalu, Tenompok, c. 1525 m, Carr SF 26860; Clemens 26811, 27533, 28805 (A; BM, type; BO, L, NY), 29793, 29852; Gurulau spur, 1525m, Clemens 50585; Dahobang River, Clemens 30706.

78.

DIPLYCOSIA LORENTZII

Koord.

Diplycosia lorentzii Koorders in Nova Guinea 8: 881, t. 154 (3, a-e). 1912; J. J. S. I.e. 12: 514. 1917; Sleum. in Bot. Jahrb. 72: 209. 1942.

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S, NEW GUINEA. Hellwig Mts, c. 1350 m, von Romer 1014 (BO, type; fragm. L) ; Ericatop, c. 1460 m, von Romer 104.2, 10US; ibid., 1.520 m, Pulle 8C3. 79.

DIPLYCOSIA RUBIDIFLORA J. J. S,

Diplycosia rubidiflora J. J. Smith in Fedde Rep. 30: 172. 1932. S. CELEBES. G. Bantaeng (Bonthain), 1900—2600 m. Bunnemeijer 12153 (BO, lectotype; L), 12316, 12392; ibid., Malino, 2500 m, van der Fiji 759; ibid., Lanjienga, Teijsmann 13675, 14208.

80.

DIPLYCOSIA ENSIFOLIA

Merr.

Diplycosia ensifolia Merrill in J. Str. Br. R. As. Soc. 76: 107. 1917; En. Born. 464. 1921. BR. N. BORNEO. Mt Kinabalu, 1370—2440 m, Clemens 11027 (A, type; BO, K), 32024, 32239, 32405, 32478.

81.

DIPLYCOSIA PUNCTULATA

Stapf

Diplycosia punctulata Stapf in Trans. Linn. Soc. ser. 2, Bot. 4: 193, 1894; Merr., En. Born. 465. 1921. BR. N. BORNEO. Mt Kinabalu, 1680—2750 m, Haviland 1202 (K, type; SAR) ; Clemens 28934, 29961, 32497, 32509, 32692, 32788, 33624 A, 40971; Carr SF 28035, 28036.

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83b. var. megalantha Sleum., nov. var. A typo floribus solitariis, calyce 7—8 mm longo, corolla 11 mm longa, stylo 10 mm longo pedicellisque 1,5—2 cm longis differt. Foliis indumentoque omnino cum typo convenit. BR. N. BORNEO. Mt Kinabalu, Colombon basin, head of Numeruk creek, 18— 8—33, Clemens 34499 (BO, type; E, sterile; L, type-fragm.; NY). 84.

DIPLYCOSIA CINNAMOMIFOLIA

Stapf

Diplycosia cinnamomifolia Stapf in Trans. Linn. Soc. ser. 2, Bot. 4: 195. 1894; Gibbs in J. Linn. Soc Bot. 42: 102. 1914; Merr., En. Born. 464. 1921. BR. N. BORNEO. Mt Kinabalu, 2440—3440 m, Haviland 1138 (K, type; SAR) ; Gibbs 3122 (cit. '3125', K) ; Clemens 10567, 10696, 28914b, 29112, 29259, 29959, 33131, 33131a, 50804, 50960; Wood & Wyatt-Smith SAN A 4478; Nat. Coll. 74; Hoshim s.n.; Carr SF 27611.

Similar in habit, not sure if conspecific, more densely muriculate on pedicels, bracteoles and calyx (buds only) ; C. E. BORNEO. Mt Kemul, 1600—1800 m, Endevt 4360 (BO), 4441 (BO, L).

83.

DIPLYCOSIA VIRIDIFLORA

Sleum.

Diplycosia viridiflora Sleumer in Bot. Jahrb. 71: 159. 1940. 83a.

12720 •

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BR. N. BORNEO. Mt Kinabalu, 1220—1675 m, Clemens 32668, (cit. '32648') (A; BM, type; BO, E, K, L, NY), 32833, 40706; Darnton 589.

DIPLYCOSIA HETEROPHYLLA Bl.

Diplycosia heterophylla Blume, Bijdr. 858. 1826 incl. var.; DC, Prodr. 7: 591. 1839; Miq., Fl. Ind. Bat. 2: 1055. 1859; Koord. in Nat. Tijd. N.I. 62: 255. 1902; Exk. Fl. Java 3: 8. 1912; Hallier f. in Med. Rijksherb. 12: 28. 1912; Koord.-Schum., Syst. Verz. fam. 233, p. 107. 1912; J. J. S. in K. & V., Bijdr. Booms. 13: 131. 1914, incl. var. obovata J. J. S., I.e. 135; Hochr. in Candollea 2: 494. 1925; Sp. Moore in J. Bot. 63: Suppl. 57. 1925; Koord., Fl. Tjib. 4. 1918; Malme in Fedde Rep. 34: 284. 1934; Amshoff. in Back., Bekn. Fl. Java em. ed.) 7b fam. 162: 6. 1948, excl. syn. D. latifolia Bl.—Gaultheria heterophylla (Bl.) Endl. ex Hassk., Cat. Hort, Btzg 160. 1844; ZolL & Mor. in Nat. Geneesk. Arch. N.I. 2: 9. 1845; ZolL, Syst. Verz. 2: 138. 1854; Miq., Ann. Mus. Bot. Lugd.-Bat. 1: 40. 1863.—Amphicalyx heterophyllus (BL). Hassk., Cat. Hort. Btzg 160. 1844, in. syn.; Bl. ex Hassk., PL Jav. Rar. 470. 1S48.—Gaultheria latifolia Endl. ex ZolL, Syst. Verz. 2: 138. 1854.—Diplycosia latifolia (non Bl.) Hallier f. in Med. Rijksherb. 12: 28. 1912.—D. bartlettii Merr. in Pap. Mich. Ac. Sc. 19: 182. 1933. 84a. var. HETEROPHYLLA. SUMATRA.

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155

G.

Pinto

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Laut Pupandji,

2200 m,

Lorzing

8280.

1900

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G.

6546.

E a s t c o a s t :

Singgalang,

2200 m,

Beccari P.S. 243, 346; Bunnemeijer 2604; G. Talamau, N.W. slope, 1870—1900. m, Bunnemeijer 783f 823. T a p a n u 1 i : upper slopes and summit of Dolok Surungan, Habinsaran, Bartlett 7991, 8019 (L, fragm.; MICH, type of D. bartlettii, not seen). P a l e m b a n g : G. Dempo, 2050—3000m, Forbes 2370, 2398a, 2403a, 2559a; Bally 8; G.

Pesagi,

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van

Steenis

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Mt

Daun,

2400 m, de Voogd 1392. Locality not given: Korthals s.n. JAVA. B a n t a m : Kosala, Pasir Orai, 855 m, Forbes 273, 342; Nirmala, 1200 m, Backer 10763; van Steenis 5221; ibid., G. Botol, 1700 m, Backer 10726; ibid., G. Halimum, 1700 m, van Steenis 12402. D j a k a r t a / P r e a n g e r : G. Salak, 1600—2200 m,

Lobb s.n.; Backer 9262; Koorders 26047, 31630, 31974, 36670; van Steenis 3044, 12393; hochreutiner 2007; G. Karang, 1000 m, Horsfield s.n.; Bakhuizen v.d. Br. 836, 1565, 3746; Tjibodas, 1400—1500 m, Kuntze s.n.; Massart 376; Hallier 669; Scheffer s.n.; Beccari s.n.; Valeton s.n.; Boerlage s.n.; Danser 6110; ibid., 2000—2400 m, Koorders 31601, 42106;- Tjibeureum, 1600 m, Rant & Smith 567; G. Gede, 1600—2700 m, Scheffer s.n.; Backer 3362, 14711, 15026, 31379; Bakhuizen v.d. Br. 2799; Pulle 4131; van Steenis 10612; G. Papandajan, 2000—2600 m, Docters van Leeuwen 13324;. van Steenis 4132, 4335; Kjellberg s.n.; Kawah Manuk, Holstvoogd 497; Scheffer B 39; G. Megamendung, de Voogd s.n.; G. Perbakki, 1700 m, Bakhuizen v.d. Br. 1698; G. Pangrango, 2165 m, Kurz s.n.; ibid., N. slope, 2300—26C0 m, van Steenis 5221; Kertamanah, 1550—1600 m, Rant & Smith 512, 561 (BO, lectotype var. obovata; L) ; G.

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