Plant distribution and P Guide - Resources and Review

Index to vegetation and plant distribution maps worldwide, organised by geographical region. Maps of the most of the world's forests are included.
Collection of images of Latin American plants. Includes family, Latin name and location.
Descriptions of Venezuelan Clusiaceae plants, including descriptions of their appearance and habitats.
Glossary of terminology relating to aquatic and wetland plants.
Searchable database holding descriptions and occurrences of extinct plants. Provides information about genera, taxonomy, and species location. Occurrence data can be plotted onto palaeogeographic maps.
Provides lists of native plants and wildlife for any specified postal district in the UK. Information delivered includes common and scientific names, conservation status, and an indication of the suitability of each species for the garden. Also provides checklists of native plants, butterflies, bumblebees, and mammals.
Descriptions of Venezuelan Bignoniaceae plants, including descriptions of their appearance and habitats.
Information and images of European plants arranged by family, genus and species. Contains over 600 pictures of flowers, mostly of southern Europe.
Image collection of native and naturalised California plant species and habitats. Each photograph is accompanied by details of the photographer, date taken, location, and distribution of the species. Images can be browsed by scientific or common names.
Index of botanical information on the Internet. Resources tend to concentrate on the Texas area with material presented in a variety of formats, and covering a number of topics including specimen, distribution, flowering plants and related species, as well as an extensive vascular plant image gallery.
Information about parasitic plants. Includes relationships of parasitic flowering plants, distribution maps, photographs, molecular data, order and family information.
The PLANTS database provides a single source of standardized information about plants in the US. PLANTS provides standardized plant names, symbols and other plant attribute information.
A large collection of photographic slides of the activities of the Australian National Botanic Gardens and Australian botany. The bulk of the collection consists of identified Australian plant species. It is possible to browse and search images of flowers and leaves from over 80 plant families, from Acanthaceae to Winteraceae.
Index of plants found in the Peruvian and Atacama Deserts.
The Living Earth Foundation is an international organisation which carries out environmental education. Its database includes an introduction to rainforests, the different types of rainforests and where they grow, the plants and animals that can be found there, and forest regeneration and productivity. It also includes papers on the problems faced by indigenous forest dwellers.
Details of several projects and publications about Madagascar, including biodiversity of the coffee family (Rubiaceae), legumes, orchids, phylogeny, tree species, and palms. Madagascar is one of the ecologically richest countries in the world. Its flora is diverse, peculiar, and unique. Of the estimated 12,000 species, over 80% are only found in Madagascar.
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