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First large-scale ethnobotanical survey in the province of Uíge, northern Angola
- T. Lautenschläger, Mawunu Monizi, +4 authors C. Neinhuis
- Geography, Medicine
- Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine
- 25 July 2018
BackgroundAngola suffered a long-lasting military conflict. Therefore, traditional knowledge of plant usage is still an important part of cultural heritage, especially concerning the still very poor… Expand
Almost forgotten resources - biomechanical properties of traditionally used bast fibers from northern Angola.
- Christian Senwitz, Andreas Kempe, C. Neinhuis, José Lau Mandombe, Makaya Futuro Bránquima, T. Lautenschläger
- Materials Science
- 21 July 2016
The wide use of natural fibers has a long-standing history in Africa. In northern Angola, three native fiber plant species, namely Urena lobata, Triumfetta cordifolia, and Dombeya burgessiae, were… Expand
New records for the flora of Angola: observations from Uíge and Cuanza Norte
At the edge of extinction: a first herpetological assessment of the proposed Serra do Pingano Rainforest National Park in Uíge Province, northern Angola
We systematically assess the herpetofaunal diversity of the Serra do Pingano Forest Ecosystem (SPFE) and additional localities throughout the northern Angolan province of Uíge during four independent… Expand