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Phillips Petroleum Company Europe-Africa, Africa Exploration
D A Wood
March 2, 1982

regional study of the potential for hydrocarbon exploration in Africa: Including map showing the distribution and geological characteristics of the sedimentary basins.

B Juste, and C Ibaez
January 29, 1994

Although having been long studied, the bat fauna of Bioko island (formerly Fernando Poo, Equatorial Guinea, Central Africa), is still little known. The species Hipposideros commersoni, Glauconycteris beatrix, Pipistrellus (P.) kuhlii, P. (N.) tenuipinnis, and P. (N.) cf. capensis are reported for the first time. Furthermore, the species Myonycteris torquata, Taphozous mauritianus, Nycteris arge, Hipposideros cyclops, Glauconycteris poensis, Mops (X.) spurrelli and M. (X.) thersites, previously reported as doubtful, are confirmed on Bioko. These results increase the bat checklist for Bioko island by 25 and it now includes 26 species

B A Rial

During a year-long study, scientists collected two specimens of the genus Ledermanniella that represented two new citations in the flora of Equatorial Guinea, after their identification and confirmation in the Natural History Museum of Paris where they have been deposited.

Aurelio Basilio C.M.F.
January 25, 1962

A scientific book about the environment and animals of Equatorial Guinea, particularly mammals such as monkeys, antelopes, large cats, etc.

A Herrero, C Aedo, M Velayos, and R L L Viane
January 18, 2001

A new species of Asplenium from Equatorial Guinea, A. carvalhoanum Herrero, Aedo, Velayos & Viane, is described and illustrated. This new species is similar to A. preussii Hieron., which differs in rhizome, scales and in the absence of gemmae on the apical part of the lamina. It is also similar to A. hallei Tard., which differs in frond morphology.

F. De Paz et al.
March 1, 2006

A brief medical case study of an Equatoguinean boy with sickle cell disease who is diagnosed with malaria.

December 17, 2008

A report prepared for a Global Climate Change conference that took place in Sirte, Libya December 15-17, 2008. The report discusses Equatorial Guinea's national investment strategy for agriculture and details the current status of the country's agriculture sector.

Council of the European Union
December 27, 2000

Establishes the guidelines for fishing in the waters of Equatorial Guinea by EU nations.

Crisantos Obama Ondo
December 30, 2001

The presence of vegetable oils, wild fruits, spices, medicinal plants, plant stimulants and melongos in the markets of Ebibeyín, Bata and Malabo of Equatorial Guinea have been studied, as remarkable non-wood forest products from these markets. The possible impact of the uses of these products on the natural environments are discussed. Some suggestions about the improvement and development of the non-wood forest products in Equatorial-Guinea are given.

Bioko Biodiversity Protection Program
September 1, 2010

This report analyzes the current threats to monkey species living on Bioko Island and makes recommendations to ensure their preservation. This document is an update of the BBPP report “Monkeys in Trouble: The Rapidly Deteriorating Conservation Status of the Monkeys on Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea (2006)” which was in turn an update of the earlier 2001 report “The Approaching Extinction of Monkeys and Duikers on Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea, Africa.”

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