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[News] Advanced Field Course in Ecology and Conservation-Xishuangbanna 2020 opens 2020-10-20
[News] Genomes offer new insights into fig-wasp symbiotic system 2020-10-09
[News] Under-regulated pet trade leaves thousands of species vulnerable 2020-09-30
[News] Tropical rainforest in Chinese paintings on display in XTBG 2020-09-27
[News] Chen Jianghua conferred CAS President's Outstanding Tutor Award 2020-09-28
[News] Biosynthesized silver nanoparticles are promising for pest management 2020-09-22
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Genomes offer new insights into fig-wasp symbio... 10-09
A new species of dogwood family found in China-... 10-21
Canopy nitrogen addition accelerates litter dec... 10-20
Rubber-leguminous shrub systems supposed to be ... 10-14
Dwarf and Increased Branching 1:good candidate... 10-10
Botanists review nature of tropical-subtropical... 10-13
Conservation modeling framework needed to asses... 10-12
 
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2020-10-20: Can tropical forests keep up with... 10-19
2020-10-13: Evolution of a supergene that reg... 10-12
2020-10-13: The painting palettes of human an... 10-12
2020-09-29: The stigma of p-values: Do we dit... 09-28
15 Oct – 26 Nov 2020: Advanced Fieldcourse i... 09-10
24th – 27th October 2020: 8th International ... 12-23
15 Oct–26 Nov 2019: Advanced Fieldcourse in ... 05-27
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Mature Inflorescence of Ficus altissima and its obligate pollinators emerging from it..jpg   Banyan trees are fig trees that begin their life as epiphyte. The most noticeable feature of banyan Ficus species is their extraordinary aerial roots,which enable them to live as hemi-epiphyt...
W020200927409739002888.jpg   Keeping reptiles is fashionable, but what are the consequences for wild reptiles?   More reptiles are kept as pets than you might expect. In 2008, the British Federation for Herpetologists r...
 
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U020201020376970379002.jpg   The Advanced Field Course in Ecology and Conservation - Xishuangbanna (AFEC-X) comes to its 11th year. On October 15, the AFEC-X 2020 opened at the headquarters of Xishuangbanna Tropical Botan...
A Bsnyan tree at Xishuangbanna Tropical Botanical Garden.jpg Genomic study reveals secrets of those aerial roots   The banyan tree (Ficus macrocarpa) is known for its rather odd appearance, thanks to the ability to sprout roots from branches that eventuall...
Conservation & Horticulture MORE >>
Extremely endangered Plagiopteron suaveolens comes to blo... 05-26
A new species of Aspidistra recorded from Lao PDR 04-21
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
Index Seminum 2016-2017 02-21
 
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Receptive Inflorescence of Ficus hispida and its obligate pollinator entering through the ostiole.jpg Fruits of Alangium confertiflorum.jpg 高原点地梅(Androsace zambalensis)(1).jpg Alpine plants in Hengduan Mountains.jpg 高原点地梅(Androsace zambalensis).jpg Draba.jpg
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