By: Lilian S Gibbs (Author), John H Beaman (Introduction By)
260 pages, 8 plates with 8 b/w photos, 2 b/w line drawings and 1 b/w map; 1 b/w photo, 8 b/w line drawings
This account, originally published in The Journal of the Linnean Society in 1914, represents a record of the observations made and studies into the flora of British North Borneo (now the Malaysian state of Sabah) conducted by Lilian Gibbs in 1909-1910. In particular, the catalogue of plants presented in her papers became important reference points for the flora of Borneo, especially of Mount Kinabalu, one of the most biologically rich localities now known.
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