[Mastwatch] 2014 Masting
chris.kettle at env.ethz.ch
Tue Jul 1 22:02:28 PDT 2014
We are in Danum at the moment and Parashorea are think with fruit as are many other non dips. The parashorea look like ready to drop in less than a month. Other dips S. Leprosula, S. Parvifolia also fruiting but a bit further behind parashorea.
Dr Chris J Kettle
Department of Environmental Science
On 2 Jul 2014, at 09:27, "Ferry Slik" <ferryslik at hotmail.com<mailto:ferryslik at hotmail.com>> wrote:
I haven't systematically checked, but there are some Dipterocarpaceae fruiting now. It doesn't really look huge though.... The nice thing was that all the Shorea albida's were flowering a few months back and they are now in fruit.....
Faculty of Science
Universiti Brunei Darussalam,
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Plants of Southeast Asia
Asian plant species synonym website
> Date: Wed, 2 Jul 2014 09:01:23 +0900
> From: suzuki at sci.kagoshima-u.ac.jp<mailto:suzuki at sci.kagoshima-u.ac.jp>
> To: sepilokdata at gmail.com<mailto:sepilokdata at gmail.com>; mastwatch at lists.phylodiversity.net<mailto:mastwatch at lists.phylodiversity.net>
> Subject: Re: [Mastwatch] 2014 Masting
> Hi, All.
> May to early June 2014, I visited Tangkahan area of Gn. Leuser National
> Park, North Sumatra. I found many flowering Shorea, Vatica and
> Dipterocarpus. Other families also had many flowered trees.
> Masting occurred in North Sumatra, also.
> Best regards,
> Sepilok2010 . <sepilokdata at gmail.com<mailto:sepilokdata at gmail.com>>さん：
> > Hi All,
> > As the Mastwatch list has been quiet recently and seedfall should be
> > starting soon - I was wondering how the 2014 Masting is developing in
> > parts of Borneo/SE Asia.
> > Our phenology data from Sepilok is interesting. Overall about 34% of
> > Dipts flowered (compared to 60% in 2010), apart from an overall low %
> > trees flowering - there are also marked differences in what flowered.
> > The flowering event has been dominated by the early-flowering species
> > Dipterocarpus grandiflorus, Parashorea spp., Shorea xanthophylla) with
> > average 70+% of the individuals flowering (similar to what we saw in
> > The big difference is that the species that follow on from these ones
> > (Shorea johorensis, S smithiana, etc.) haven't really gone this year -
> > most of the later flowering species having less than 10% of the
> > flowering.
> > Colin
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