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  BTS SmartPass "Indigenous Plants of Thailand" Series 2

BTS SkyTrain, in cooperation with the office of The Forest Herbarium, Department of National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation, proudly presents a special BTS SmartPass collection entitled "Indigenous Plants of Thailand", to promote the conservation of plant species indigenous to Thailand.

This pass collection comprises of a BTS Sky SmartPass and BTS 30-Day SmartPass with 3 designs:-

1. Cordia subcordata Lam.- Shrub or small tree up to 15 cm tall, wood orange. Leaves simple, alternate, ovate or elliptic.
Thailand : Peninsular.
Distribution : East coast of Africa, India, China (Hainan), Cambodia, Vietnam, Malay Peninsula and Pacific islands.
Ecology : Sandy seashore.

2. Dipterocarpus intricatus Dyer - Tree up to 30 m tall. Bark scaly-fissured, whitish-grey. Stipule long with densely grey or brownish-grey hispid.
Thailand : Northern, North-Eastern, Eastern, South-Western, South-Eastern.
Distribution : Laos, Cambodia and Vietnam.
Ecology : Common in open dry deciduous dipterocarp forest, up to 400 m in northeast and southeast.

3. Intsia bijuga (Colebr.) O. Kuntze. - Tree up to 40 m tall, buttresses, bark glabrous. Leave alternate, pinnate; petioles 1.5-4 cm long; rachis 2-5 cm long; leaflets 2 pairs (rarely 3).
Thailand : South-Eastern: Chanthaburi, Trat; Peninsular: Narathiwat.
Distribution : Madagascar, South India, South Burma, Cambodia, South Vietnam, Malaysia to North Australia and Polynesia.
Ecology : It grows on swamp forest, sandy seashores, behind the mangrove, on coral island, up to 600 m altitude.

 Launched in May, 2011