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Until the late 1960s, Euterpe edulis was the most important edible palm species in the Brazilian markets. Since then, overharvesting of natural stands...Read more
Forests provide an immense range of benefits to people, many of which are not prioritized by forest policy because they are difficult to quantify. Wil...Read more
Habitat fragmentation may affect species distributions through, for example, altered resource availability and shifts in species interactions. Fragmen...Read more
1. The nematode Steinernema feltiae has been developed commercially as a biocontrol agent and is successful in controlling sciarid flies in mushroom h...Read more
The populations of three species of South Asian vultures (Gyps bengalensis, Gyps indicus and Gyps tenuirostris) have declined rapidly within the last ...Read more
This report presents the first study into the vulnerability and resilience of bamboo forest ecosystems to climate change in China. Chishui, one of the...Read more
The striped flying barb Esomus metallicus is a small indigenous cyprinid found profusely in the plains of Lao PDR; it is an important edible protein r...Read more
While the amphibian disease chytridiomycosis is causing ongoing population declines and biodiversity losses around the globe, efficient mitigation str...Read more
Urban foraging is a global informal phenomenon which has been investigated in the Global North more than other parts of the world. Characterising the ...Read more
China has been investing heavily in afforestation programmes to control soil erosion on the vast Chinese Loess Plateau (CLP). This massive afforestati...Read more