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- Scaphochlamys iporii Meekiong & A.Ampeng, Folia Malaysiana 12(1): 19 (2011).
MALAYSIA. Sarawak, Kapit, Lanjak Entimau Wildlife Sanctuary, Bukit Menyarin, 3 April 2008, Meekiong MK1839 (holotype: SAR; isotype Herbarium, Universiti Malaysia Sarawak. Types not yet deposited as of 5 May 2016).
Borneocola iporii is a small ginger creeping on the humus rich forest floor. It is most similar to Borneocola argenteus with both having a unifoliate shoot, leafy shoots far apart, broad lamina, short inflorescence and compact rachis. However, the conspicuously raised lateral veins of Borneocola argenteus can readily distinguish it from Borneocola iporii.