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Scientists identify 204 exotic and invasive species in the northeast of the Ecuadorian Amazon

Published on February 27, 2023
Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn   Two species of gecko are among the prioritized invasive species. Photo: courtesy Felipe Espinoza. The mapped territory also includes three important protected areas: Yasuní National Park, Cuyabeno Fauna Production Reserve and Limoncocha Biological Reserve. The composition of the invasive alien species is 73% plants, 26% animals and 1% fungi.  The scientists obtained the […]

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