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This subspecies is accepted, and its native range is Peninsula Malaysia to Sumatera.

[KBu]

Coode, M.J.E. 2014. Elaeocarpus for Flora Malesiana: the Monocera group in western Malesia. Kew Bulletin 69: 9487. DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/s12225-014-9487-z

Conservation
Data Deficient (DD).
Distribution
Sumatra, Peninsular Malaysia.
Note
More material is needed to confirm the status of this taxon. Krukoff 4306 records that the tree was 30 m tall.

Native to:

Malaya, Sumatera

Elaeocarpus obtusus subsp. krukovii Weibel ex Coode appears in other Kew resources:

First published in Kew Bull. 69(1)-9487: 12 (2014)

Accepted by

  • Kiew, R. & al. (eds.) (2018). Flora of peninsular Malaysia. Series II: Seed Plants. volume 7 Malayan Forest Records 49: 1-321.

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Kew Backbone Distributions

  • Kiew, R. & al. (eds.) (2018). Flora of peninsular Malaysia. Series II: Seed Plants. volume 7 Malayan Forest Records 49: 1-321.

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