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RUSTIAMI, H. & HENDERSON, A. 2017. A synopsis of Calamus (Arecaceae) in Sulawesi. Reinwardtia 16 (2): 49-63. - A synopsis of the rattan genus Calamus in the Indonesian island of Sulawesi is given. Twenty-three species are recognized, including two new species that are described and illustrated: Calamus posoanus and C. sandsii. Nomenclature, including designation of 17 lectotypes, is given for each species, as well as notes on distribution, habitat, vernacular names, specimens examined, uses, and systematics.


distribution, morphology, palmae, rattans, uses.

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