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  • Daï E,

    Hermann Houndonougbo J,

    Idohou R,

    Ouédraogo A,

    Kakaï R,

    Hotes S,

    Assogbadjo A,


    Modeling current and future distribution patterns of Uvaria chamae in Benin (West Africa): Challenges and opportunities for its sustainable management…


    Uvaria chamae is a wild shrub species widely used as a source for traditional medicine, food and fuel in West Africa. The species is threatened by uncontrolled harvesting of its roots for pharmaceutical applications and by the extension of agricultural land. This study assessed the role of environme…

    Keywords :

    Climate conditions,

    Ecological niche modeling,

    Ecosystem services,

    Wild edible plant,

  • Agounde G,

    Gbemavo C,

    Glèlè Kakaï R,

    Lokonon B,

    Samson R,

    Simbo D,


    Modelling the current and future distribution of Caesalpinia bonduc (L.) Roxb: Its implication for future conservation of the species in the Southern …

    African Journal of Ecology

    Caesalpinia bonduc (L.) Roxb, the most commercialised medicinal species in Southern Benin, is reported to be extinct in the wild due to anthropogenic pressures on its natural habitats. Remaining individuals can only be found in traditional agroforestry systems and home gardens. It is therefore impor…

    Keywords :


    Caesalpinia bonduc,


    ecological niche modelling,

    endangered species,








    Priority area for sustainable Cashew (Anacardium occidentale L.) growing in Togo: Economic implications and conservation areas

    Revue Nature et Technologie

    Understanding a species’ current and future potential habitat is crucial to design its policy for management and cultivation practices that are more resilient in the face of climate change. This study assessed the present-day distribution and predicted the potential effect of climate change on the d…

    Keywords :

    Climate change,

    Fruit crops,




  • Ganglo J,


    Ecological niche model transferability of the white star apple (Chrysophyllum albidum G. Don) in the context of climate and global changes

    Scientific Reports

    Chrysophyllum albidum is a forest food tree species of the Sapotaceae family bearing large berries of nutrition, sanitary, and commercial value in many African countries. Because of its socioeconomic importance, C. albidum is threatened at least by human pressure. However, we do not know to what ext…

  • Coulibaly A,

    Avakoudjo H,

    Idohou R,

    Vodounnon E,

    Diallo S,

    Cherif M,


    Impact of climate change on the distribution of Bombax costatum Pellegr. & Vuillet in Mali, West Africa

    Trees, Forests and People

    Bombax costatum is one of the multipurpose indigenous species in Mali, found in the Sudanian and Sudano-Guinean climatic zones with an important socio-economic contribution. This study assessed the potential impact of climate change on the geographic distribution of B. costatum in Mali, using the 19…

    Keywords :

    Bombax costatum,

    Climate Change,



    Species distribution models,

    West Africa,

  • Nanga S,

    Hanna R,

    Kuate A,

    Fiaboe K,

    Nchoutnji I,

    Ndjab M,

    Gnanvossou D,

    Mohamed S,

    Ekesi S,

    Djieto-Lordon C,


    Tephritid Fruit Fly Species Composition, Seasonality, and Fruit Infestations in Two Central African Agro-Ecological Zones


    Bactrocera dorsalis and several Africa-native Ceratitis species are serious constraints to fruit production in sub-Saharan Africa. A long-term trapping and fruit collection study was conducted (2011–2016) in two contrasting agro-ecological zones (AEZs) of Cameroon to determine fruit fly species comp…

    Keywords :

    Bactrocera dorsalis,

    Ceratitis anonae,

    Ceratitis cosyra,


    host plant records,

    male lure,



    Will Africa meet the challenge of biodiversity conservation in the digital age?

    Research Square

    Abstract Digital accessible knowledge (DAK) is of utmost importance for biodiversity conservation; indeed, its use is indispensable to provide evidence and strategies to support decision-making on natural resource management and sustainable use. The Global Biodiversity Information Facility (GBIF, ww…

    Keywords :


    Digital accessible knowledge (DAK),


    biodiversity data,

    completeness analysis,

    data gaps,

    geographic space,

    occurrence records,

    taxonomic groups,

  • Abarenkov K,

    Adamson K,

    Agan A,

    Ahmed T,

    Alatalo J,

    Albornoz F,

    Alkahtani S,

    Alvarez-Manjarrez J,

    Ankuda J,

    Anslan S,

    Antonelli A,

    Armolaitis K,

    Bahram M,

    Barrio I,

    Bauters M,

    Biersma E,

    Bonito G,

    Brearley F,

    Bråthen K,

    Buegger F,


    Global patterns in endemicity and vulnerability of soil fungi

    Global Change Biology

    Fungi are highly diverse organisms, which provide multiple ecosystem services. However, compared with charismatic animals and plants, the distribution patterns and conservation needs of fungi have been little explored. Here, we examined endemicity patterns, global change vulnerability and conservati…

    Keywords :



    climate change,

    conservation priorities,

    global change vulnerability,

    global maps,

    mycorrhizal fungi,



  • Ellis L,

    Afonina O,

    Alia M,

    Burghardt M,

    Cabezudo B,

    Cano M,

    Cottet A,

    Csiky J,

    Deme J,

    Erzberger P,

    Evangelista M,

    Glazkova E,

    Gómez-González D,

    Guerra J,

    Jiménez J,

    Kuzmina E,

    Liksakova N,

    Messuti M,

    Natcheva R,

    Norhazrina N,

    Pantović J,

    Papp B,

    Potemkin A,

    Rodríguez-Quiel E,

    Sabovljević M,

    Spitale D,

    Ștefănuţ S,

    Syazwana N,

    Tossou M,

    Vilnet A,


    New national and regional bryophyte records, 70

    Journal of Bryology

  • Ouachinou J,

    Dassou G,

    Djidohokpin D,

    Salako K,

    Adjiré C,

    Adomou A,

    Assédé E,

    Wala K,

    Yédomonhan H,

    Tossou M,

    Neuenschwander P,

    Sinsin B,


    Unique botanical value on Atacora Mountains: reasons for the creation of new conservation areas in Benin

    ARPHA Preprints

    AbstractBackground and aims- Atacora Mountains (AMs) are a geo-morphologically, ecologically and floristically important ecosystem in Benin. Unfortunately, nearly entire the area remains without official protection. Considering the high pressure on the flora and vegetation during last decades, ident…

    Keywords :

    Atacora Mountains,

    conservation sites,

    plant diversity,

    special taxa,

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