Collecting localities




Dilmy, Anwari


(Source: Flora Malesiana ser. 1, 5: Cyclopaedia of collectors, Supplement I)

(Source: Flora Malesiana ser. 1, 8: Cyclopaedia of collectors, Supplement II)


Born: 1915, Marabahan, SE. Borneo, Indonesia.



Was educated at the Agricultural School at Buitenzorg (now Bogor), Java; 1937-45 active officer in the employ of the D.E.I. Forest Department; 1946-48 Administrative officer of the Borneo Governor’s office, Jogjakarta; 1949-52 attending the Forestry College at Bogor; 1952-54 Conservator of Forests, Borneo; in 1954 stationed at the Forest Research Institute, Botanical Division, Bogor; from 1955-hodie Keeper of the Herbarium Bogoriense, and besides lecturer at the Academy of Biology at Bogor (Acting Director 1956-57). In 1968-69 for one year in Europe, studying new methodologies of ecology. After his return Rector of the University at Bandjermasin (Kalimantan).

Beilschmiedia dilmyana was named after him.


Collecting localities:

1963. Bali: Mt Agung (Oct. 1-17); E. Java: G. Baung (Oct. 21).-1964. Bali: Mt Agung1 and limestone hill Prapat Agung (Mar. 9-Apr. 9).-1965. Bali (July).



Herb. For. Res. Inst. Bog. [BZF]: nos 1-200 from Janlappa, Djasinga (coll. Apr. 20-27, 1956); Herb. Bog. [BO]: a new Mangifera from Centr. Borneo (= Kalimantan). 

Herb. Bog. [BO]: 89 nos Bali 1963, collected with Dr. Tarnavschi (Rumania) and Prof. Jacovlev (Sovjet Russia); 120 nos Bali 1964,1 with Made Taman and Nedi.



(1) A. Dilmy: ‘Pioneer Plants found one year after the 1963 Eruption of Agung at Bali’ (Pac. Sc. 19, 1965, p. 498-501).