Thai Forest Bulletin (Botany) 2022-07-08T13:53:55+07:00 Dr. Rachun Pooma Open Journal Systems <p>Thai Forest Bulletin (Botany)&nbsp;- here referred to as TFB (Botany) -&nbsp;was first published in 1954 by the Royal Forest Department, under the leadership of its first editor Prof. Dr. Tem Smitinand. In 2002, the journal was published by the Department of National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation with Prof. Dr. Thawatchai Santisuk as editor, supported by editorial board members from several prominent herbaria in Europe. At present, the TFB (Botany) is published by the Forest Herbarium in Bangkok, with Dr. Rachun Pooma and Dr. Tim Utteridge as editors. The journal is published once a year, usually in September-December with the manuscript no submission deadline, and articles are published in English. All manuscripts are peer reviewed by international scientists and edited by native English language speakers on the editorial board before acceptance and publication.&nbsp;TFB (Botany) will become both printed and electronic journal starting with volume 44 (2016), and through the TFB (Botany) Archive, every article published since 1954 is available and completely searchable online.</p> <p>ISSN : 0495-3843&nbsp;(print), 2465-423x (electronic)</p> New records of the genus Rungia (Acanthaceae) from Vietnam 2022-05-17T09:52:28+07:00 Zheli Lin Nguyen Thu Thuy Do Van Hai Yunfei Deng <p>Three species of Rungia are newly recorded from Vietnam, viz. <em>R. burmanica</em>, <em>R. flaviflora</em> and <em>R. sinothailandica</em>. Photographs, ecology, phenology and notes regarding each species are provided.</p> 2022-07-26T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2022 The Forest Herbarium Millettia sirindhorniana and M. tomentosa, two new species of Millettia (Fabaceae: Millettieae) for Thailand 2021-12-23T21:06:44+07:00 Sawai Mattapha Somran Suddee Naiyana Tetsana Theerawat Thananthaisong Anusara Kaewmuan <p>Two new species of the genus <em>Millettia</em>, <em>M. sirindhorniana</em> and <em>M. tomentos</em><em>a</em>, are herein described and illustrated. <em>Millettia sirindhorniana</em> shares morphological characteristics with <em>M. extensa</em> and <em>M. fruticosa</em> in being a woody climber with the same leaflet shape and inflorescence type. However, it differs from those species by the presence of stipels and basal callosities, and its shallowly crenate floral disk. <em>Millettia tomentos</em><em>a</em> is similar to <em>M. extensa</em> and <em>M. suddeei</em>, but differs from the first species by having a brachyblast bearing ca 10 flowers, the standard with basal callosities, presence of a tubular floral disk and oblong to slightly obovate fruits; and it differs from the latter by the absence of stipels, the standard with swollen basal callosities, monadelphous stamens and the tubular floral disc. Descriptions, illustrations, colour plates, vernacular names, etymology, conservation status and key diagnostic characteristics are provided.</p> 2022-07-08T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2022 The Forest Herbarium