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2019,41 (02)

2019,41 (01)

2018,40 (06)

2018,40 (05)

2019,41 (02) 
The restoration of species and their habitats require careful preparatory work and a wide range of labor-intensive and costly operations, as illustrated by the four cover photos (clockwise from top left): Bamboo shade screens cover outplants of four tree species in a forest restoration experiment (Madagascar; Photo by C. Birkinshaw). Fences are erected and preparatory actions taken before the translocation of Gentiana lutea lutea (Sardinia, Italy; Photo by G. Fenu). An Otostegia bucharica plant is carried to a new location after being rescued from a site of imminent destruction (Uzbekistan; Photo by K. Tojibaev). A reintroduction experiment with Astragalus bibullatus is set up (USA; Photo by M. Albrecht).
The restoration of species and their habitats require careful preparatory work and a wide range of labor-intensive and costly operations, as illustrated by the four cover photos (clockwise from top left): Bamboo shade screens cover outplants of four tree species in a forest restoration experiment (Madagascar; Photo by C. Birkinshaw). Fences are erected and preparatory actions taken before the translocation of Gentiana lutea lutea (Sardinia, Italy; Photo by G. Fenu). An Otostegia bucharica plant is carried to a new location after being rescued from a site of imminent destruction (Uzbekistan; Photo by K. Tojibaev). A reintroduction experiment with Astragalus bibullatus is set up (USA; Photo by M. Albrecht).

2019,41 (01) 
The Prunus subgenus Cerasus is the most economically important fruit tree group of Rosaceae. In China, it consists of 45 species. In this issue, Zhang et al. present a new species from central China, Prunus sunhangii, is described. The new species (cherry) is closely related to Prunus cerasoides (wild Himalayan cherry), a species endemic to East Asia. Prunus sunhangii has important ornamental value as a potential garden plant.
The Prunus subgenus Cerasus is the most economically important fruit tree group of Rosaceae. In China, it consists of 45 species. In this issue, Zhang et al. present a new species from central China, Prunus sunhangii, is described. The new species (cherry) is closely related to Prunus cerasoides (wild Himalayan cherry), a species endemic to East Asia. Prunus sunhangii has important ornamental value as a potential garden plant.

2018,40 (06) 



2018,40 (05) 

2018,40 (04) 

2018,40 (03) 

2018,40 (02) 

2017,39 (3) 

2017,39 (2) 

2017,39 (1) 

2016,38 (04) 

2016,38 (03) 

2016,38 (02) 

2016,38 (01) 

2015,37 (06) 

2015,37 (05) 
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