Lamri Ali

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Datuk Lamri Ali is a former Director of Sabah Parks. At the December 1999 World Conservation Union (IUCN)'s regional meeting staged in Pakse, Laos, Ali was awarded the Fred M. Packard WCPA-IUCN award. The award recognises his contribution to nature conservation and protected area movement in Malaysia. Datuk Lamri is the only Malaysian recipient of this award.

Nepenthes × alisaputrana, a hybrid of two well-known Bornean pitcher plant species, is named in his honour.[1]

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  1. ^ Adam, J.H. & C.C. Wilcock 1992. A new natural hybrid of Nepenthes from Mt. Kinabalu (Sabah). Reinwardtia 11: 35–40.