Tamijia flagellaris is the only species within the genus Tamijia. It is part of the family Zingiberaceae (the ginger family).
It is native to Brunei and Malaysia.
Typically found in drier soil that most plants in the ginger family. It is most abundant in shaded and closed canopy environments.
It contains a poorly developed pseudostem and can contain 2 to 7 leaves on each shoot. The leaves are obliquely and narrowly obovate, they are arranged distichously. There are small hairs on the apex and near ...
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