Funding for this research was provided by:
World Resource Institute (04682)
Received: 29 October 2020
Accepted: 12 February 2021
First Online: 27 February 2021
Ethics approval and consent to participate
: Biological material samples in forms of dried leaves and wood cores were collected from (i) South Sulawesi following permit approvals from South Sulawesi Natural Resources Conservation Agency/BKSDA (No: SK.151/K.8/BIDTEK/KSA/5/2019 for Cani Sirenreng Nature Park and Kalaena Nature Reserve, and No: SK.295/K.8/BIDTEK/KSA/10/2019 for Mappu-Gandang Dewata National Park), and South Sulawesi Investment and One-stop Integrated Services/DPMPTSP (No: 16163/S.01/PTSP/2019 for Coppo Village, Bellabori Secondary Forest, and Tana Toro Protection Forest), (ii) West Sulawesi following permit approvals from West Sulawesi Investment and One-stop Integrated Services/DPMPTSP No. 000451/76.RP.PTSP.B/X/2019 for Batu Ampa Protection Forest, and Sondoang Village, and (iii) Central Sulawesi following permit approvals from Central Sulawesi Investment and One-stop Integrated Services/DPMPTSP No. 070/433/REK-PL/DPMPTSP/2019 for Wawopada Village and Sausu Village. The herbaria vouchers were identified by Mr Denny and are stored in Forest Research and Development Center and Nature Conservation (BZF)-Forestry and Environmental Research Development and Innovation Agency (FOERDIA) of the Ministry of Environment and Forestry of Republic of Indonesia (KLHK).
: Not applicable.
: The authors declare that they have no competing interests.