SE Asia is one of the most geologically complex and biogeographically interesting areas in the world. We are using large, species-rich genera as model systems for understanding the dynamics and timing of the accumulation of diversity in this region.
- Biogeography of Malesian Cyrtandra (H.Atkins, M.Hughes)
- Evolution of the Sumatran montane flora (M.Hughes, H. Atkins)
- Investigating distribution patterns across Wallacea, the biogeographical disjunct between West and East tropical Asia. (M.Hughes, H.Atkins)
The forests of Sulawesi harbour a rich and highly endemic flora