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[News] Pollinator host-switches and fig hybridization dominate fig–wasp coevolu... 2021-02-03
[News] Rare plant species discovered in central China 2021-03-18
[News] Tropical garden major player in ecological outreach 2021-02-09
[News] Growth of Northern Tibet proved the key to East Asian biodiversity 2021-01-28
[News] 14 Botanic Gardens Awarded Grant to Preserve Global Plant Biodiversity 2021-02-02
[News] Scientists investigate the mysterious origin of flowering plants 2021-02-01
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Habitus of Plokiophiloides bannaensis.jpg   A new species of the web-loving bug family Plokiophilidae has been reported from Xishuangbanna Tropical Botanical Garden (XTBG) of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS). The family Plokiophili...
Flowers of Rorippa hengduanshanensis .jpg   Rorippa is a cosmopolitan weed genus in the Brassicaceae, the mustard family of flowering plants. It is a large genus of chiefly weedy aquatic or marsh herbs that have pinnate or pinnatifid le...
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  Premna is a genus of the mint family (Lamiaceae) of flowering plants. Over the past 20 years, two new species of the genus (P. bhamoensis and P. grandipaniculata) have been reported or describ...
  Alice Hughes explains what it is like to work in China and what the country is doing to help tackle the global problem of biodiversity loss.   Zoologist Alice Hughes leads the landscape-ecol...
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14 Botanic Gardens Awarded Grant to Preserve Global Plant... 02-02
Two new plant species found in west Yunnan 12-03
It's blooming time again 02-21
Newly discovered begonia in need of urgent protection 02-20
A new species of Apocynaceae found in Xishuangbanna 06-19
Digital Garden System of XTBG 02-10
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