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- Scaphochlamys calcicola A.D.Poulsen & R.J.Searle, Gard. Bull. Singapore 57: 29 (2005).
MALAYSIA. Sarawak, Kuching Division, Bau area, Gunung Tai Ton, 1°24'N, 110°8'E, 20 June 2003, Poulsen, Jugah & Clausager 2022 (holotype: SAR!; isotypes: AAU, E!, K!, L).
Borneocola calcicola is the largest amongst the Borneocola species. Poulsen and Searle (2005) observed that the distichous inflorescence is one of the characteristics of the plant. However, a recent collection of Borneocola calcicola, Sam FRI 50290, from Seromah, Bau, showed spirally arranged floral bracts. There was a mixture of spirally and distichously arranged floral bracts in its population in Bau, Sarawak.
- Sam, Y; Takano, A; Ibrahim, H; Záveská, E; Aziz, F; 2016: Borneocola (Zingiberaceae), a new genus from Borneo PhytoKeys, (75): 31-55. doi