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Malaysia Plant Red List: Peninsular Malaysian Dipterocarpaceae

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  • Series
    Research Pamphlet, No. 129
  • 2010
  • Pages
    73, 146
  • Publisher
    Forest Research Institute Malaysia (FRIM) & Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment Malaysia
  • Country
    Malaysia
  • Language
    English
  • ISBN
    9789675221347
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Abstract

This publication is Malaysia's first attempt to list indigenous plants into the national Red List. This output is one of the many envisaged for the work on threat assessment of native plants of Malaysia which will accomplish Target 2 of Malaysia's National Strategy for Plant Conservation. Target 2 aims to have a preliminary assessment of the conservation status of all known plant species of the nation.

Citation

Chua, L.S.L., Suhaida, M., Hamidah, M. & Saw, L.G. (2010). Malaysia Plant Red List: Peninsular Malaysian Dipterocarpaceae. Forest Research Institute Malaysia (FRIM) & Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment Malaysia, Malaysia. pp. 73, 146.

Species   147 records

by Kingdom Species
  • Plants 147
  • Total 147
by IUCN Status Species
  • Critically Endangered 75
  • Endangered 38
  • Vulnerable 12
  • Near Threatened 3
  • Least Concern 11
  • Total 139
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147 records
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