Here's his list.
Borneo is Borneo. Yet, Borneo is also part of Malaysia, Indonesia and Tropical Asia.
To the best of my understanding Sarawak and Sabah (northwestern Borneo) are part of Malaysia. Kalimantan, the largest part of the island of Borneo, is part of Indonesia. Brunei Darussalam is part of Tropical Asia. Yikes!
That made the job tough! I did find plants that were distributed in Borneo, I also found plants from the other regions. What I did was create a list of plants from all of the mentioned regions. Those being Borneo, Malaysia, Indonesia and Tropical Asia since all of those regions describe the island of Borneo. What I will do is list the plant by name and then list the applicable area. I will also list plants with worldwide, cosmopolitan and pantropical distributions.
Aponogeton undulates (Malaysia, Indonesia, Borneo- Kalimantan)
Bacopa monnieri (Tropical Asia)
Barclaya motleyi (Borneo - Sarwak)
Ceratophyllum submersum (Malaysia)
Ceratopteris cornuta (Indonesia)
Cryptocoryne auriculata (Borneo)
Cryptocoryne bullosa (Borneo)
Cryptocoryne cordata (Borneo)
Cryptocoryne edithiae (Borneo)
Cryptocoryne ferruginea (Borneo)
Cryptocoryne fusca (Borneo)
Cryptocoryne grabowskii (Borneo)
Cryptocoryne hudoroi (Borneo)
Cryptocoryne keei (Borneo)
Cryptocoryne lingua (Borneo)
Cryptocoryne longicauda (Borneo)
Cryptocoryne pallidinervia (Borneo)
Cryptocoryne striolata (Borneo)
Cryptocoryne zonata (Borneo)
Eusteralis stellata (Malaysia)
Limnophilia heterophylla (Borneo)
Limnophilia indica (Tropical Asia)
Microsorum pteropus (Tropical Asia)
Najas indic (Tropical Asia)
Nymphoides hydrophylla (Malaysia)
Rotala walichii (Malaysia)
Salvinia cucullata (Tropical Asia)
Plants with world wide distributions that may occur in Borneo:
Plants with cosmopolitan distributions which may occur in Borneo:
Plants with pantropical distributions that may occur in Borneo:
Thank you Mike!
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