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Mangrove Restoration

Queensland’s mangroves have the highest biodiversity in Australia and are classified as marine plants, protected under the State’s Fisheries Act 1994. Development pressures, particularly along coastal regions have historically seen …


A new weed in Australia: Wissadula contracta (Malvaceae)

Given the nature of working as a field ecologist – getting to travel to remote areas and exploring environments rarely accessed by the public – an outcome of many surveys …


Singapore Restoration Strategies

The island of Singapore is a mere 720km2 but is home to over 5.5million people and significant tropical diversity. The ‘garden city’ has long acknowledged that restoration of degraded habitats …


PNG’s first Weeds ID publication since 1982

Biotropica Australia personnel have extensive experience in the management of invasive species in Papua New Guinea, and especially in the Kikori River Basin where our botanists have been active for …


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