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Research and Conservation In Madagascar

MagascarIn Madagascar, 90 percent of the species are endemic—no other region in the world comes close to that. The Missouri Botanical Garden’s research and conservation staff in Madagascar catalogs the existing plants and habitats, observes changes to them, and above all and in partnership with the local communities, conserves what is left of this fragile environment.
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Catalog and Literature Guide for Cretaceous and  Cenozoic Vascular Plants of the New World by Alan Graham [updated version].

Manual de Plantas de Costa Rica, quarterly newsletter ― The Cutting Edge. Volume XXI, Number 3, Julyl 2014 by Michael H. Grayum, Barry E. Hammel and Nelson Zamora [in English]. Learn more

Manual de Plantas de Costa Rica, quarterly newsletter ― The Cutting Edge. Volume XXI, Number 2, April 2014 by Michael H. Grayum, Barry E. Hammel and Nelson Zamora [in English]. Learn more

Manual de Plantas de Costa Rica, quarterly newsletter ― The Cutting Edge. Volume XXI, Number 1, January 2014 by Michael H. Grayum, Barry E. Hammel and Nelson Zamora [in English]. Learn more

Systematics and phylogeny of the mustard family Brassicaceae (Cruciferae)  by Ihsan A. Al-Shehbaz [updated version].Learn more

Research Experiences for Undergraduates. Research opportunities for 10 students, for 10 weeks during the summer of 2014. Learn more

A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin by P.M. Eckel [updated version]. Learn more

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Hylocereus monacanthus (Lem.) Britton & Rose (Cactaceae)
Hylocereus monacanthus (Lem.) Britton & Rose (Cactaceae) Learn more