This project works to document the flora biodiversity of Southeast and East Asia, with the ultimate aim of protecting the freshwater ecosystems of the region.
The project is being conducted with the collaboration of institutions in Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Thailand, Vietnam, and Japan.
The field research was conducted with/by local researchers and specimens were deposited in each country for the local development of human resource and environmental studies.
Associated papers pickup:
- Tagane S, Yahara T, Mase K, Chhang P, Toyama H (2016) Flora of Bokor National Park V: Two new species of Machilus (Lauraceae), M. bokorensis and M. brevipaniculata. PhytoKeys 65:35-46
- Nagahama A, Tagane S, Ngoc NV, Binh HT, Cuong TQ, Toyama H, Nagamasu H, Tsuchiya K, Zhang M, Suyama Y, Moritsuka E, Thu NTA, Thinh NC, Matsuo A, Hirota S, Naiki A, Son LV, Nhan PH, Yahara T (2019) A Picture Guide for the Flora of Bidoup-Nui Ba National Park I: Mt. Langbian. Center for Asian Conservation Ecology, Kyushu University, Fukuoka Japan. 134 pp.
- Toyama H, Tagane S, Kajisa T, Chhang P, Ichihashi R, Yahara T (2012) A picture guide of forest trees in Cambodia I: Kampong Chhnang. Center for Asian Conservation Ecology, Kyushu University, Fukuoka Japan. 108 pp.
- Tagane S, Fuse K, Toyama H, Chhang P, Yahara T (2015) A picture guide of forest trees in Cambodia III: Kratie. Center for Asian Conservation Ecology, Kyushu University, Fukuoka Japan. 104 pp.