Phyllanthus balgooyi Petra Hoffm. & A.J.M. Baker (Euphorbiaceae s.l. or Phyllanthaceae) is described from Palawan (Philippines) and Sabah (Malaysian Borneo) as a species of Phyllanthus sect. Emblicastrum. The species is restricted to ultramafic sites and easily identified by its unusual leaf venation and its jade-green sap. It is the second most visibly nickel-accumulating plant known to date.

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Hoffmann, P, Baker, A.J.M, Madulid, D.A, & Proctor, J. (2003). Phyllanthus balgooyi (Euphorbiaceae s.l.), a new nickel-hyperaccumulating species from Palawan and Sabah. Blumea: Biodiversity, Evolution and Biogeography of Plants, 48(1), 193–199.