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J. Sabater Pi
June 25, 2003

The gorillas of Rio Muni have been very heavily exploited in order to obtain specimens for zoological parks and research centres. During 30 months (September 1966 to February 1969) 34 young gorillas were shown to have been captured in Rio Muni: This figure was increased by 29 which were killed in the process of capturing the young; thus 63 were verified as having been eliminated from the wild during that time.

Center for International Forestry Research

The objective of this book is to highlight the important role of NTFP in the well being of millions of Africans, and to bring African governments to work together towards securing the access and property rights of population. It overviews CIFOR which has initiated the project on world comparison of NTFP.

Cano J; Descalzo MA; Ndong-Mabale N; Ndongo-Asumu P; Bobuakasi L; Buatiché JN; Nzambo-Ondo S; Ondo-Esono M; Benito A; Roche J

A significant drop in the annual mean of the G. p. palpalis apparent density was noted from 2004 to 2005, although seasonal differences were not observed. The apparent density (AD) of G. p. palpalis varies significantly from one biotope to another. The fish dryers turned out to be zones with the greatest vector density, although the AD of G. p. palpalis fell significantly in all locations from 2004 to 2005.

Cano J; Descalzo MA; Ndong-Mabale N; Ndong-Asumu P; Bobuakasi L; Nzambo-Ondo S; Benito A; Roche J

The aim of this study was to predict the distribution and movement of populations of the tsetse fly, Glossina palpalis palpalis (Diptera: Glossinidae), in the wet and dry seasons and to analyze the impact of the use of mono-pyramidal traps on fly populations in the Kogo focus in 2004 and 2005.

Cano J; Descalzo MA; Ndong-Mabale N; Ndong-Asumu P; Bobuakasi L; Nzambo-Ondo S; Benito A; Roche J

The aim of this study was to predict the distribution and movement of populations of the tsetse fly, Glossina palpalis palpalis (Diptera: Glossinidae), in the wet and dry seasons and to analyze the impact of the use of mono-pyramidal traps on fly populations in the Kogo focus in 2004 and 2005.

Cabezas F.J.; De La Estrella M.; Aedo C.; Velayos M.

A checklist of Commelinaceae of Equatorial Guinea, comprising 46 taxa in 12 genera, is presented. The best
represented genus is Guinea have been gathered and checked.Palisota, with 11 species. Bibliographical references for Commelinaceae from Equatorial.

C Lasso; R Hutterer; A Rial

Eight species of shrews of the genera are recorded from Equatorial Guinea, four of which are new for the country. (Crocidura 5, Paracricudura 1, and Syvisorex 2)

Burhan M Gharaibeh; Clyde Jones

Article published by the American Society of mammalogists in which the mammalian species are described with general characteristics, its diagnosis, form and function, ecology, behavior, remarks, and reproduction.

Bruno Senterre

A list of Ebenaceae collected by the author (158 specimens) or reported from Equatorial Guinea is presented. There are 25 identified species, including 12 new record for the country.

Bonaventure Sonke; Marie-Noel Djuikouo K; Elmar Robbrecht

A distinctive new species of Calycosiphonia (Rubiaceae) is described and illustrated. It is endemic to the Lower Guinea Domain of the Guineo-Congolian Region, where it is restricted to south Cameroon and Monte Alén National Park (Equatorial Guinea).

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