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Batrachospermum gombakense Kumano et Ratnasabapathy (Batrachospermaceae, Rhodophyta) is reported for the first time from Sabah, Malaysia on the island of Borneo. This species was found attached to submerged rocks and boulders of clear stream waters of Sungai Tabin in the Tabin Wildlife Reserve, Lahad Datu. It is characterized by the following combination of features:(i) Plant dioecious, brownish dark purple, 1-3 cm high, 300-550 jum in diameter, more or less dichotomously branched, not verydoi:10.24713/nha.4.0_1 fatcat:fwwcofqzargfrpnbu2a5sygjlq