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Refs: 2,3,14,26,36 Magnolia carsonii var. drymifolia Noot. Malaysia (Sabah) Medium-sized to large tree occurring on hill crests in primary and secondary lower montane forests sometimes on ultramafic substrates at elevations of 1400-2900 m. The potential forest distribution for this species is 3778 km2 but there is currently no evidence of fragmentation or decline. Assessor: Sugau, J. Refs: 2,3,14,26,36 Magnolia dolichogyna (Dandy ex. ) Figlar and Noot. LC Malaysia (Sabah) Tree found in hill and lower montane forest at elevations of 500-1700 m.
L. -Ham. ex DC) Figlar Nepal, Bhutan, India (Sikkim), China (Tibet), Viet Nam Refs: 2,28 Magnolia kobus DC. Japan, South Korea Ref: 2 Magnolia kwangsiensis Figlar and Noot. China Synonyms in wide usage for this species are Kmeria septentrionalis Dandy and Woonyoungia septentrionalis (Dandy) Law Ref: 17 Magnolia lanuginosoides Figlar and Noot. ) Dandy var. Agostini) Noot. Indonesia (Sumatra), Malaysia (Peninsular Malaysia, Sabah, Sarawak), Singapore Refs: 2,26,32 Magnolia mariusjacobsia Noot. Malaysia (Sarawak) A species described in 1987 from primary forest on low sandstone hills.
1987). Notes on Magnoliaceae II. Revision of Magnolia sections Maingola (Malesian species), Aromadendron, and Blumiana. Blumea 32: 343-382. 13. P. and Chalermglin, P. (2002). A new species of Magnolia from Thailand. Blumea 47(3): 541-543. 27. Wang, S. and Xie, Y. (2004). China Species Red List. Higher Education Press. chinabiodiversity. com/redlist during 2006 and 2007. 47 The Red List of Magnoliaceae 28. B. (2000). Proleptic branch initiation in Michelia and Magnolia subgenus Yulania provides basis for combinations in subfamily Magnolioideae.