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[News] Tropical garden major player in ecological outreach 2021-02-09
[News] Growth of Northern Tibet proved the key to East Asian biodiversity 2021-01-28
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  A new Chinese bird record of Zebra Ground-dove (Geopelia striata) was observed and photographed in Xishuangbanan by a bird lover of Xishuangbanna Tropical Botanical Garden (XTBG) on January 17...
Seedling of Parashorea chinensis.jpg   The Janzen–Connell (J-C) hypothesis suggests that specialized natural enemies cause distance‐ or density‐dependent mortality among host plants and is regarded as an important mechanism for ...
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  A new study from the University of Bristol may have just revealed the origin of flowering plants, a puzzle that even Charles Darwin once attempted to solve. Darwin described the sudden appeara...
DING Wennan at XTBG observing plant macrofossils to understand their evolutionary change through time.jpg   The rapid development as far as we can judge of all the higher plants within recent geological times is an abominable mystery." Charles Darwin in a letter to Joseph Hooker, 1879. The Earth and...
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Two new plant species found in west Yunnan 12-03
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