|Bronze statue of Sir Stamford Raffles, by Thomas Woolner, formerly overlooking Singapore Harbour.|
(It has since been replaced by a copy.)
Courtesy of George Landow.
|Long-tailed (Crab-eating) Macaque baby Macaca fascicularis, Sabah.|
Raffles named this species Simia fascicularis in 1821; it was later moved to the genus Macaca
but retains his species name.
|Eastern Crimson Sunbird, Sepilok, Sabah, named Certhia (now Aethopyga)|
siparaja by Raffles in 1822.
'Siparaja' apparently means an army general in Malay, applied to a related species.
Vol. 63, No. 2 (259) pp. 1-25.]
|Raffliesia keithii bud emerging from the soil, from an underground vine stem. This species is endemic to Sabah.|
|Raffles' Pitcherplant Nepenthes rafflesiana, Sabah.|
This was named for Raffles by William Jack, who collected the specimen in Singapore, though
it is also found in Sumatra, Borneo and some smaller islands.