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Small regions as key sources of traditional knowledge: a quantitative ethnobotanical survey in the central Balkans
Small regions as key sources of traditional knowledge: a quantitative ethnobotanical survey in the central Balkans
Starting from the idea that unexplored areas may yield new and different ethnobotanical information, we performed a survey...
Sociocultural drivers of mycological knowledge: insights from Wixarika and Mestizo groups in western Mexico
Sociocultural drivers of mycological knowledge: insights from Wixarika and Mestizo groups in western Mexico
Traditional mycological knowledge (TMK) is complex, not distributed equally among the entire population, and constantly ad...
An ethnobotanical study on wild plants used by Tibetan people in Gyirong Valley, Tibet, China
An ethnobotanical study on wild plants used by Tibetan people in Gyirong Valley, Tibet, China
Gyirong Valley known as the “Back Garden of the Himalayas” is located in the core area of the Everest National...
An ethnobotanical study on medicinal plants of Shexian Dryland Stone Terraced System in northern China
An ethnobotanical study on medicinal plants of Shexian Dryland Stone Terraced System in northern China
Shexian Dryland Stone Terraced System (SDSTS) in the Taihang Mountains was formally recognized as Globally Important Agric...
Traditional Khmer Medicine and its role in wildlife use in modern-day Cambodia
Traditional Khmer Medicine and its role in wildlife use in modern-day Cambodia
Individuals across Cambodia depend on the use of natural products in Traditional Khmer Medicine (TKM), a traditional medic...
Ethnobotanical investigation of medicinal plants in Buska Mountain range, Hamar district, Southwestern Ethiopia
Ethnobotanical investigation of medicinal plants in Buska Mountain range, Hamar district, Southwestern Ethiopia
Despite the fact that ethnobotanical studies have been conducted in various parts of Ethiopia, compared with the existence...
Cultural and ethnobotanical legacy of native potatoes in Colombia
Cultural and ethnobotanical legacy of native potatoes in Colombia
Native potatoes are Andean tubers of great historical, social, food, genetic and nutritional importance, and they contribu...
Winter survivorship of hatchling broad-snouted caimans (Caiman latirostris) in Argentina
Bayliss P, Webb GJW, Whitehead PJ, Dempsey K, Smith A (1986) Estimating the abundance of saltwater c...
Celebrating the 10th Anniversary of Ethnobiology and Conservation
Alves RR, Albuquerque UP (2012) Ethnobiology and Conservation: Why do we need a new journal? Ethnobi...
Traditional Aucan knowledge on fish and plants eaten by fish along the Tapanahoni River, Suriname
Anderson JT, Saldaña Rojas JS, Flecker AS (2009) High-quality seed dispersal by fruit-eating fishes ...
Ethnomycological study on wild mushrooms in Pu’er Prefecture, Southwest Yunnan, China
Ethnomycological study on wild mushrooms in Pu’er Prefecture, Southwest Yunnan, China
Yunnan is rich in fungal diversity and cultural diversity, but there are few researches on ethnomycology. In addition, ext...
Ethnobotany of wild edible plants in multiethnic areas of the Gansu–Ningxia–Inner Mongolia junction zone
Ethnobotany of wild edible plants in multiethnic areas of the Gansu–Ningxia–Inner Mongolia junction zone
In recent years, research on wild edible plant resources has become increasingly popular. The Hassan Nature Reserve is a m...
Aboriginal medicinal plants of Queensland: ethnopharmacological uses, species diversity, and biodiscovery pathways
Aboriginal medicinal plants of Queensland: ethnopharmacological uses, species diversity, and biodiscovery pathways
Aboriginal peoples have occupied the island continent of Australia for millennia. Over 500 different clan groups or nation...
From the forest to the coast: the wild meat trade chain on the Coast of Guyana
Chaber AL, Allebone‐Webb S, Lignereux Y, Cunningham AA, Marcus Rowcliffe J (2010) The scale of illeg...