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Conservation status 2010: protocol 2.3, needs updating

Podocarpus teysmannii

Miquel 1859

Common names

Kalek rotan (on the west coast of Sumatra) (de Laubenfels 1988).

Taxonomic notes

Syn: Nageia teysmannii (Miq.) Kuntze 1891; P. neriifolius D.Don var. teysmannii (Miq.) Wasscher 1941 (Farjon 1998).

Description

"Tree, 4-12 m tall, up to 30 cm diam. Juvenile leaves to 16 by 2.7 cm. Adult leaves linear, 9-13 by 1.4-2.1 cm, acuminate, narrowing more or less abruptly at the base to 4-7 mm petiole, midrib above 0.6-0.8 mm wide. Pollen cones 2.5 cm, solitary or occasionally paired, sessile. Seed-bearing structure on a 6-11 mm peduncle; foliola 1 mm and early deciduous" (de Laubenfels 1988).

Distribution and Ecology

Malaysia & Indonesia: Malaya and the Westcoast Reserve of Sumatra, including Riouw-Lingga and Banka Is. It grows as an understory tree in primary or secondary rainforest at elevations up to 1140 m; in Banka it grows on granite sands (de Laubenfels 1988).

Big tree

Oldest

Dendrochronology

Ethnobotany

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Citations

Miquel. 1859. Fl. Ind. Bat. 2:1072.

See also

de Boer. 1866. Conif. Arch. Ind. 14, t. 1.

Gaussen (1976), p. 189.

Gray (1958).

Parlatore (1867), p. 516.

Pilger (1903), p. 81.

Warburg (1900), p. 193.

Last Modified 2012-11-23