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Flora de Guinea Ecuatorial is a research project, which is coordinated by the Real Jardin Botanico de Madrid. From 1986 to 2001, the Spanish Agency has funded an intensive field work in Bioko and Río Muni for international development cooperation. The result is more than 20,000 Herbarium Specimens and a database of more than 56,000 records from the literature. In 1998, we set a goal to create a modern Flora detection for Guinea. This site aims to be a virtual area of work and discussion for anyone interested in botany of the central African country. We are aware that this project requires the cooperation of botanists of various nationalities. Any help is appreciated. ... [Information of the supplier, translated]
This web site is dedicated to the Greater Flamingo (Phoenicopterus (ruber) roseus). It is a collaborative platform for information exchange and transfer about the flamingo population of the Mediterranean and West Africa. Flamingos live in wetlands that are threatened by industrial, agricultural and tourist development. They are a flagship species for the conservation of these rich and unique ecosystems. The web site provides some general information about this bird species and presents the work of the Greater Flamingo Network. The newsletter of Flamingo Specialist Group is free for download. ... [Information of the supplier, modified]
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