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Matjaž Kuntner; Gustavo Hormiga

The African spider genus Singafrotypa Benoit is redescribed and transferred from the tetragnathid subfamily Nephilinae to the araneid subfamily Araneinae.

Quinlan, Martin

Oil production is rising and LNG production will start in a few months -- but the government wants more of the revenue and there are concerns about how it is spending it.

de Terán, Manuel

Geographic information of Equatorial Guinea which includes maps, graphs and charts. It also shows the coverage of National level air with aerial photographs.

de la Estrella, Manuel; et al.
August 18, 2006

This study provides a checklist of the Caesalpinioideae (Leguminosae) present in Equatorial Guinea, comprising 52 genera and 124 taxa. Seven species are known from Annobón, 33 from Bioko and 109 from Río Muni.

Boussinesq, M. and J. Gardon

Several cases of encephalopathy recorded in Cameroon since 1991 were in patients with very high, coincident, Loa loa microfilaraemias who had been treated with ivermectin for onchocerciasis.

Moreno, M.; et al.

The purpose of this paper was to determine the frequency of knockdown resistance (kdr) mutations in the malaria vector Anopheles gambiae s.s. from continental Equatorial Guinea; and to relate kdr genotypes with susceptibility to DDT and pyrethroid insecticides in this vector.

Estrella, M; et al.

A checklist of the Mimosoideae (Leguminosae) of Equatorial Guinea comprising 21 genera and 40 taxa is presented. Two species are known from Annobón, 18 from Bioko and 37 from Río Muni.

Tuttle, M. L.; et al.

This report was prepared as part of the World Energy Project of the U.S. Geological Survey’s Energy Resources Program. The purpose of this effort is to assess the quantities of oil, gas, and natural gas liquids that have the potential to be added to reserves within the next 30 years.

Luiselli, Luca; et al.

The IUCN Red List status of Kinixys homeana is reassessed using interviews, field surveys, recent and old literature, and extrapolation of local trends (mainly in Nigeria). Available data indicate that numbers have declined drastically in recent years due primarily to habitat loss, hunting, and export for the pet trade.

John D McEachran; et al.

Variation in body size, shape and clasper structure of specimens of Raja miraletus from the Mediterranean and the Gulf of Guinea led to a study of the morphological variation of this species over its entire known range: the Mediterranean, and western and southern Africa.

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