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This small private website offers numerous pictures from beetles of Africa associated with information about locality and size of each specimen. [Editorial staff vifabio]
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BIOTA AFRICA has been jointly invented by African and German researchers aiming at the establishment of research supporting sustainable use and conservation of biodiversity in Africa. While, initially, the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) was open to fund the initiative, meanwhile several African countries and partner institutions added funding. The project, from its beginning, had a very visible continent-wide dimension and is still expanding especially with regard to its ... [Information of the supplier]
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This web page provides several information concerning Chrysomelidae (Lady Beetles). The a comprehensive literature collection on Chrysomelidae is available. Furthermore a list of Italian species and a data base of African Eumolpinae are provided. [Editorial staff vifabio]
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Euro+Med PlantBase ("the information resource for euro-mediterranean plant diversity") provides an on-line database and information system for the vascular plants of Europe and the Mediterranean region, against an up-to-date and critically evaluated consensus taxonomic core of the species concerned. After several years of planning, the project is now firmly underway. The first stage of the project (referred to as Phase One) has been financed for three years by the European Union under Framework V. ... [Information of the supplier, modified]
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The fresh and brackish water fish fauna of Africa is highly diversified and comprises over 3000 species belonging to about 90 families. These fishes inhabit a wide variety of habitats ranging from small temporary streams to large and permanently flowing rivers, from shallow marshlands to large deep lakes, in dry and wet climatic zones. In many African countries, fishes are a major source of protein and income generation. While in many regions capture fisheries are fully exploited, the development ... [Information of the supplier]
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These pages are dedicated to the African Goliath beetles, which are among the largest and heaviest of living beetles. The five African species are described in details. [Information of the supplier, modified]
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Die gut bebilderte private Webseite beschäftigt sich mit der Systematik sowie Haltung und Zucht afrikanischer Rosenkäfer. Neben ausführlichen Beschreibungen der Haltungsanforderungen und Entwicklungsbiologie der Rosenkäfer bietet die Seite einen interessanten Einblick in den Züchteralltag. [Editorial staff vifabio]
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The IEF, a non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation of individuals and institutions, was formed in 1998 to promote conservation of African Elephants and Asian Elephants . The mission of the IEF is to support and operate elephant conservation and education programs both in managed facilities and in the wild, with emphasis on management, protection and scientific research. [Information of the supplier]
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After the big success of the first edition, the 2018 Symposium will confirm the main goal of the YTRB organization, the young Tunisian scientist network. The event will constitute a real opportunity for young scientists to create a new network and establish collaboration between young and future researchers in Tunisia and all over the world. This newest and unique scientific event in Tunisia is a meeting point for academic scientists, biologists, pharmacists and industrials that share a new and ... [Information of the supplier]
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The programme PROTA is an initiative of Wageningen University, Netherlands. In cooperation with institutes in Africa and Europe, the programme intends to survey, compile, edit, publish and disseminate existing knowledge on some 7000 useful plants of Tropical Africa. (...) The PROTA databank is the basic output of the programme which will ultimately comprise: 6,000-8,000 newly made review articles on the useful plants of Tropical Africa following a standardized format; a unified literature list with ... [Information of the supplier]
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