Over 20 researchers from China and Myanmar carried out a field biodiversity survey in a wildlife reserve in the Sagaing Region in northern Myanmar from May 14 to June 16.
A new family Yetkhatidae Song, Szwedo et Bourgoin fam. nov. from mid-Cretaceous amber of Myanmar is described.
SEABRI and the Natural Resources and Environmental Conservation of Myanmar, is doing researches on the biodiversity of the Tamanthi Wildlife Sanctuary in northern Myanmar.
The third China-Lao transboundary biodiversity investigation jointly by researchers of XTBG and other institutions was carried out from March 18 to April 6.
Curcuma is one of the largest genera in the ginger family (Zingiberaceae) which comprises of more than 108 currently accepted species. In recent years, more tha
The genus Paris Linnaeus, comprised of 30 species of perennial herbs, are distributed in Eurasia with main distribution areas around Himalayan-Hengduan Mountain
The MoU was signed when Prof. Dr Boviengkham Vongdara, Minister of Science and Technology (MoST) of Lao PDR headed up a delegation to XTBG, where CAS president Bai Chunli met and discussed cooperation between CAS and Lao.
They conducted a survey on aquatic biodiversity in southern Myanmar from 22th April to 9th May.
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