- The species was first described by Miquel ( 1845 ); and " Santalum densiflorum"
- A large part of them are of cow parsley, various species centaurea, tansy and verbascum densiflorum.
- Majegau ( " Dysoxylum densiflorum " ) and Bali starling ( " Leucopsar rothschildi " ) of Bali are also part of this series.
- Evidence for this conclusion is found in the occurrence of " P . densiflorum " from Kandreho to Zazafotsy where seeds have dropped in between inselbergs and outcrops.
- In 2008 the series issued represented the province of Bali with the stamp depicting floral species of " Dysoxylum densiflorum ", known as " Majegau " in Indonesian language.
- These include " Acanthephippium pictum, Acanthephippium sylhetense, Bulbophyllum macraei, Dendrobium okinawense, Eria ovata, Eulophia graminea, Gastrochilus japonicus, Gerdorum densiflorum, Malaxis kandae, Neofinetia falcata, Sedirea japonica ", and " Tainia laxiflora ".
- Deciduous species carry their leaves for one to two years then typically flower on leafless canes, while canes of evergreen species usually flower in the second year and can continue to flower for a number of years ( e . g . " Dendrobium densiflorum " ).
- In the region of southern China, Burma, Thailand, Malay Peninsula, Sumatra, Java, Lesser Sunda Islands, Borneo ( Sarawak, Sabah, east Kalimantan ), Philippines and Sulawesi, the " Dysoxylum " species is widely distributed, and is known as " Dysoxylum _ densiflorum " ( meaning in Latin : " densely flowered " ).
- "Geodorum densiflorum " has been reported from India, Nepal, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Sri Lanka, Assam, Myanmar, Andaman & Nicobar Islands, Thailand, Vietnam, Ryukyu Islands, Ogasawara Islands, Guangdong, Guangxi, Guizhou, Hainan, Sichuan, Taiwan, Yunnan, Malaysia, Indonesia, Philippines, New Guinea, Australia, the Bismarcks, Fiji, Niue, New Caledonia, Samoa, Tonga, Vanuatu, and Micronesia.