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- Scaphochlamys salahuddiniana Meekiong, A.Ampeng & Ipor, Folia Malaysiana 12(1): 22 (2011).
MALAYSIA. Sarawak, Kapit, Ulu Katibas, Lanjak Entimau Wildlife Sanctuary, Bukit Sepali, 30 April 2008, Meekiong MK1856 (holotype SAR; isotype Herbarium, Universiti Malaysia Sarawak.. Types not yet deposited as of 5 May 2016).
Borneocola salahuddinianus is unique amongst the Bornean species with its broadly elliptic or ovate lamina held by a long slender petiole. It is doubtful that Borneocola salahuddinianus is a lithophyte as observed by Meekiong et al. (2011). The plants are more of an opportunist growing on humus-rich substrate accumulated on the rocks.
- Sam, Y; Takano, A; Ibrahim, H; Záveská, E; Aziz, F; 2016: Borneocola (Zingiberaceae), a new genus from Borneo PhytoKeys, (75): 31-55. doi
- Meekiong K, Ipor I, Tawan C, Ibrahim H, Norhati M, Lim C, Ampeng A (2011) Five new ginger species (Zingiberaceae) from the eastern part of Lanjak Entimau Wildlife Sanctuary, Sarawak, Borneo. Folia Malaysiana 12(1): 9–26.