Argyreia lamii, a new species from the Malay Peninsula
Blumea. Supplement , Volume 4 - Issue 1 p. 239- 241
Among a number of specimens of Convolvulaceae from the Malay Peninsula sent to me for identification by Mr. J. Sinclair, Singapore, I found a species of Argyreia, which appeared to be new to botanical science. I named it A. lamii in honour of Prof. Dr. H.J. Lam, Director of the Rijksherbarium and Professor of Systematic Botany at the University of Leiden, to whom the present Jubilee-volume of Blumea is dedicated.
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van Ooststroom, S.J. (1958). Argyreia lamii, a new species from the Malay Peninsula. Blumea. Supplement, 4(1), 239–241.