The genus Prismatomeris (Rubiaceae) in Thailand
A synopsis of the genus Prismatomeris in Thailand is presented. Eight species are recognized and P. glabra is newly recorded for Thailand; P. tetrandra subsp. malayana is no longer recognized as a distinct taxon. Descriptions of the genus and the newly recorded species are provided, as well as a key to the Thai species and notes on ecology, distribution, vernacular names and photographs.
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