Conservation Malaysia Issue No 31 (2020)

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Articles in this issue:

  • Rediscovery of Shorea kuantanensis, a Dipterocarp believed extinct in Malaysia
  • Confirmation of an elusive moss from karst limestone in Peninsular Malaysia
  • Botanical Exploration of Gua Pelangi, Negeri Sembilan

We welcome articles on new research information on flora or fauna and discussions related to biodiversity or conservation.

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The Editor,
Conservation Malaysia Bulletin,
Forest Research Institute Malaysia,
52109 Kepong, Selangor.
(attn.: Dr. Lillian Chua,

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