First photographic evidence of the elusive bay cat from Ulu Temburong National Park

https://iber.ubd.edu.bn/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/c2.mp4Researchers from the Institute for Biodiversity and Environmental Research (IBER), Universiti Brunei Darussalam (UBD) have captured video footage of a rare Bornean cat, the bay cat (Catopuma badia) from Ulu…

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Tropical forests can handle the heat, up to a point: A Science Publication

https://youtu.be/mSHHqlAR6SQ A new publication in Science (https://science.sciencemag.org/content/368/6493/869) has revealed that over the long-term, temperature has the greatest effect on forest carbon stocks by reducing growth, with drought killing trees the…

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Museomics for reconstructing historical floristic exchanges: Divergence of Stone Oaks across Wallacea

Dr Joeri Strijk in the field with Fagaceae Natural history collections are storehouses of evolutionary and biological information, constituting exceptional investments of time, money and human endeavor spanning centuries. The…

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Documenting the flora of Southeast Asia: the first working checklist of the vascular plants of the Sunda-Sahul Convergence Zone published

Documenting Earthโ€™s biodiversity is critical for understanding and conserving it. However, the question of how many species of plants are in Southeast Asia, and where they occur has long remained…

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