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Ingrid Parmentier
August 10, 2005

The ecology and distribution of thirty-seven Melastomataceae species found on 29 inselbergs in the rain forest of Equatorial Guinea, Gabon, and Cameroon are described. The relative contributions of climatic determinism, and stochastic and historical processes to the present distribution of the species amongst the study sites are investigated.

Ingrid Parmentier
August 10, 2005

The ecology and distribution of thirty-seven Melastomataceae species found on 29 inselbergs in the rain forest of Equatorial Guinea, Gabon, and Cameroon are described. The relative contributions of climatic determinism, and stochastic and historical processes to the present distribution of the species amongst the study sites are investigated.

May 30, 2005

This report describes two immunosuppressed patients who presented with isolated subcutaneous histoplasmosis infection around the wrist

F J Cabezas; M De la Estrella; C Aedo; M Velayos
May 29, 2005

A collection of epiphyllous bryophytes from Bioko Island was investigated. It contained 57 epiphyllous bryophytes, comprising 55 hepatics and two mosses. Three taxa, Cololejeunea eustacei Pocs, Colura calderae Pocs and Lejeunea halei Robinson subsp. africana Pocs, are new to science.

A Toll; F Gallardo; M Ferran; M Gilaberte; M Iglesias; J L Gimeno; S Rondini; R M Pujol
June 23, 2005

Buruli ulcer in Western African countries over the past decade has been dramatic, it has been scarcely reported in industrialized countries. We report a patient from Equatorial Guinea who was human immunodeficiency virus-positive, presenting aggressive and multifocal BU associated with an underlying destructive osteomyelitis, in which only an aggressive surgical approach yielded to a resolution of the disease.

René Pélissier
January 1, 2005

Description of Equatorial Guinea since it was a Spanish colony, its independence, the coup d´etat, and present.

Hiroyuki Takemoto, et. al.
May 10, 2005

Examines the brush-like shape of digging sticks used by chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes troglodyets) found in Mboete, Equatorial Guinea and how they use this in everyday life. Field research and experimental treatment of trees aided in research.

Amnesty International
June 5, 2005

This report describes the trial of the alleged ""mercenaries"", their arrest and their conditions of detention, and gives details of the human rights violations and procedural irregularities that rendered the trial unfair. It also provides brief details of other less known trials which took place in 2004 which were also reported to be unfair. The report also makes recommendations to the government of Equatorial Guinea to improve the human rights situation, particularly with respect to bringing trials into conformity with international standards of fairness. This report also contains recommendations to the international community.

United States Congress and Senate, Committee on Governmental Affairs, and Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations
March 16, 2005

Report by the United States government examining the role that Riggs Bank had in corruption and money laundering in the country of Equatorial Guinea in relation to how the Patriot Act and how effective the U.S. government is being in combating foreign corruption.

UN Comission on Human Rights
March 11, 2005

Written statement provided by the Federal Associations for the Defence and Promotion of Human Rights that details the human rights issues that are currently being experienced in Equatorial Guinea. Special emphasis is given to Equatorial Guinea's failure to adhere to it's own international obligations as well as recommendations on what the state and the UN should do about this.

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