Liquidambar excelsa (Noronha) Oken

Ickert-Bond, Stefanie M. & Wen, Jun, 2013, A taxonomic synopsis of Altingiaceae with nine new combinations, PhytoKeys 31, pp. 21-61: 29

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http://dx.doi.org/10.3897/phytokeys.31.6251

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scientific name

Liquidambar excelsa (Noronha) Oken
status

 

6. Liquidambar excelsa (Noronha) Oken  Allg. Naturgesch. iii. (3) 1539, 1841. Basionym: Altingia excelsa  Noronha, Verh. Batav. Genootsch. Kunsten. 5(2): 9, 1790.

Altingia caerulea  Poir., Encycl. [J. Lamarck & al.] Suppl. 5: 545, 1819.

Liquidambar rasamala  Blume, Cat. Gew. Buitenz. 6, 1823.

Liquidambar altingiana  Blume, in Flora Javae 17: 8, tt. 1,2, 1829.

Liquidambar cerasifolia  (Wall. & Griff.) Voigt, Hort. Suburb. Calcutt. 301. 1845.

Distribution.

China, Bhutan, India, Indonesia (Java, Bali, Sumatra), Malaya, Myanmar, and Thailand. Representative specimens examined. BHUTAN. Sarbhang district: above Noonpani, 16 km along Sarbhang-Chirang road, A. Grieson 3581 (E). CHINA. Yunnan: between Muang Hing and Szemao and the Szemao hills proper, Southern Yunnan, J.F. Rock 2768 (GH); between Tengyueh and Lungling, J.F. Rock 7174 (GH); no locality, G. Forrest 18414 (GH); Ping-pien Hsien, H.T. Tsai 61528 (GH); Shweli valley, G. Forrest 8763 (E, GH). INDIA. East Bengal, Griffith 3380 (A, GH, P); Jingale Bam near Nagahill, Prain 769 (GH); Kachin Hills, Saden, Upper Burma, Mokim, Shaik s.n.; Ind. Or., Griffith 286 (GH); Ceylon, Royal Botanic Gardens, Peradeniya, sect. C 276, D.M.A. Jayaweera 1617 (GH). INDONESIA. Bali, Dedugul, Dumat 414 (MO), Bali Timur, Tabana. 2 km W of Candi Kuning, in natural areas of Kebun Raya, beyond introduced Altingia forest, McDonald & Ismail 4966 (E, GH); Dutch West Indies, van de Koppel 3299 (MO); East Timor, Koepang, De Voogd 1772 (A); Java, Field Museum 373260 (A); Java, Ijoboshan, C.S. Sargen s.n.; W. Java, Nirmala Estate, gu Halimum area, Blukar and remnant of forest, M.J. v. Balgooy 2912 (GH); West-Java, Res. Batavia. Pasir Tjarewed, Land Boland, west of Bogor (Buitenzorg), elev. 600 m., Bakhuizen 6372 (MO); West Java, relict tree tp Tjibodas Mt. Garden, Gunung Gedeh (Mt.), Willem Meijer s.n. (MO); N. Sumatra, Karo plateau, Kaban Djahe, J.A. Loerzing 17368 (A); South East Java, H. O. Forbes 1201 (GH); Sumatra, Res. Benkaelen and Afd. Redjang, T.H. Endert 1068 (A); Sumatra, Sumatra’s Westk. Moera-Laboch For. Serv, Neth. Ind. 18066 (A). MYANMAR. East of Paungdaw Power Station, west bank of the Paungdaw chaung river, J. Keenan 1407 (E), 1528 (MO); Patkai Mts., G. Schaap 13 (A); gorge of the Hkrang Hka, North Triangle (Hkinhum), F. Kingdon-Ward 20761 (A); south of Hpuginhku village, J. Keenan 3679 (E); Tenasserim Division, Tavoy District, J. Keenan 1940 (A). THAILAND. Nakhon Nayok, Khao Yai National Park, T. Smitinand 10848 (E); NE Kjonkaen, Phu Khieo, Game Reserve, ca. 80 km E of Phetchabun, Kyoto University 41655 (A).

Kingdom

Plantae

Phylum

Angiospermae

Class

Dicotyledoneae

Order

Rosales

Family

Hamamelidaceae

Genus

Liquidambar

Loc

Liquidambar excelsa (Noronha) Oken

Ickert-Bond, Stefanie M. & Wen, Jun 2013
2013
Loc

Liquidambar cerasifolia

Voigt 1845
1845
Loc

Altingia caerulea

Poir 1817
1817