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Wood Anatomy of Twelve Species with Potential for Reintroduction on Round Island, Mauritius

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Round Island is a nature reserve of great biological importance which once supported a dry evergreen hardwood forest and palm community. Following eradication of goats in 1979 and rabbits in 1986, restoration of the flora and fauna of the island is underway. Since the past composition of the hardwood community is unknown, wood sampies from dead trees on the island have been examined and identified. This paper describes eleven dicotyledons and one monocotyledon from Mauritius known or suspected to have occurred naturally on Round Island, and demonstrates the practical application of wood anatomy in the conservation of an endangered flora.

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1998-01-01
2017-11-22

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