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A distinctive new Rhysotoechia (Sapindaceae) from Papua New Guinea Naturalis
Takeuchi, W..
A new Rhysotoechia, R. etmanii, was recently discovered during botanical surveys of the Crater Mt. Wildlife Management Area in Papua New Guinea.
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor Palavras-chave: Rhysotoechia; Papua New Guinea; Botanical survey.
Ano: 2001 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/525080
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A new species of Macrostomion Szépligeti (Hymenoptera: Braconidae: Rogadinae) from Papua New Guinea, with notes on the biology of the genus Naturalis
Shaw, M.R..
Macrostomion gnathothlibi spec. nov. is described from a series reared gregariously from a larva of the sphingid moth Gnathothlibus eratus eras (Boisduval) collected in Papua New Guinea. Dedanima Cameron, 1903, is synonymised with Macrostomion Szépligeti, 1900. A further four gregarious broods of Macrostomion are noted, three certainly and one probably reared from mummified larvae or prepupae of Sphingidae, from which it appears that Macrostomion species may all be gregarious parasitoids of Sphingidae.
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor Palavras-chave: Braconidae; Rogadinae; Macrostomion; Papua New Guinea; Host relations; 42.75.
Ano: 2002 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/217472
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A taxonomic revision of the genus Dolianthus (Rubiaceae) Naturalis
Davis, Aaron P.; Bridson, Diane M..
A taxonomic revision of Dolianthus C.H. Wright (Rubiaceae-Psychotrieae) is presented, including a key to species, full descriptions, distribution maps, and a list of specimens examined. Eleven species are transferred from Amaracarpus to Dolianthus, resulting in ten new combinations. Two species are described as new to science: D. kairoi and D. ovatifolius. In total, thirteen species are included in Dolianthus. Dolianthus is endemic to the highlands (montane to subalpine and alpine zones) of Papua New Guinea.
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor Palavras-chave: Amaracarpus; Dolianthus; Psychotria; Psychotrieae; Papua New Guinea.
Ano: 2001 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/525178
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Advocacy coalitions, REDD+, and forest governance in Papua New Guinea: how likely is transformational change? Ecology and Society
Babon, Andrea; Charles Darwin University; Center for International Forestry Research; andrea.babon@students.cdu.edu.au; McIntyre, Daniel; Center for International Forestry Research; danthabard@gmail.com; Gowae, Gae Y.; University of Papua New Guinea; gygowae@gmail.com; Gallemore, Caleb; Northeastern Illinois University; Center for International Forestry Research; caleb.gallemore@gmail.com; Carmenta, Rachel; Center for International Forestry Research; r.carmenta@cgiar.org; Di Gregorio, Monica; University of Leeds, School of Earth and Environment; Center for International Forestry Research; m.digregorio@leeds.ac.uk; Brockhaus, Maria; Center for International Forestry Research; m.brockhaus@cgiar.org.
Tropical forests in developing countries are increasingly being valued for their role in carbon sequestration. Such interest is reflected in the emergence of international initiatives for Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation (REDD+). REDD+ requires addressing both tropical forests as complex social-ecological systems and the multiple sectors involved in tropical forest resources, which may necessitate transformational change away from business-as-usual approaches to forest governance. We studied the potential for REDD+ to mobilize an influential coalition of actors promoting transformational change in forest governance in Papua New Guinea (PNG), a leading proponent of REDD+ internationally. Combining policy network approaches with...
Tipo: Peer-Reviewed Reports Palavras-chave: Advocacy coalition framework; Advocacy coalitions; Forest governance; Papua New Guinea; REDD+; Transformational change.
Ano: 2014
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Agricultural Marketing and Agribusiness Supply Chain Issues in Developing Economies: The Case of Fresh Produce in Papua New Guinea AgEcon
Martin, Sandra; Jagadish, Ayyamani.
Large quantities of fresh produce can be grown in the Highlands provinces of Papua New Guinea, and this produce is then marketed to a range of markets, including the coastal cities of Port Moresby and Lae. However, it is often argued that the marketing system performs poorly, and various reasons for this are cited. In this paper, the results of a study on the marketing of smallholder produce originating in the Highlands provinces and destined for a range of markets, including the coastal cities, are presented. A defensible supply chain framework is used to evaluate a range of marketing issues and to evaluate the performance of the marketing system. The results of the study are refreshingly positive. It was found that the marketing system was remarkably...
Tipo: Conference Paper or Presentation Palavras-chave: Agribusiness Supply Chain Framework; Agricultural Marketing; Papua New Guinea; Developing Economies; Industrial Organization; International Development; Marketing; Agribusiness.
Ano: 2006 URL: http://purl.umn.edu/31956
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An introduction to the flora of the Milne Bay Archipelago Naturalis
Johns, R.; Gideon, O.; Simaga, J.; Kuria, T.; Bagoera, G..
The term Milne Bay Archipelago is used to include Goodenough, Fergusson and Normanby Islands – collectively the d’Entrecasteau Islands, the islands of the Louisiade Archipelago, Missima, Rossel and Sudest Islands and the two northern islands, the Trobriands and Woodlark. All are very complex with many small islands, often unnamed. Due to their geographic isolation the islands have many endemic species. So far 139 have been described. Of particular interest is the genus Rosselia, collected only twice from Rossel Island. This monotypic genus was placed, with many questions, in the Burseraceae and its current position is uncertain. Another neoendemic genus in Milne Bay is Lamiodendendron. It is a coastal tree scattered on several islands and also coastally on...
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor Palavras-chave: Endemism; Milne Bay Archipelago; Papua New Guinea.
Ano: 2009 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/524573
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Benthic Foraminiferal response to sea level change in the mixed siliciclastic-carbonate system of southern Ashmore Trough (Gulf of Papua) ArchiMer
Carson, Brooke E.; Francis, Jason M.; Leckie, R. Mark; Droxler, Andre W.; Dickens, Gerald R.; Jorry, Stephan J.; Bentley, Sam J.; Peterson, Larry C.; Opdyke, Bradley N..
Ashmore Trough in the western Gulf of Papua (GoP) represents an outstanding modern example of a tropical mixed siliciclastic-carbonate depositional system where significant masses of both river-borne silicates and bank-derived neritic carbonates accumulate. In this study, we examine how benthic foraminiferal populations within Ashmore Trough vary in response to sea level-driven paleoenvironmental changes, particularly organic matter and sediment supply. Two 11.3-m-long piston cores and a trigger core were collected from the slope of Ashmore Trough and dated using radiocarbon and oxygen isotope measurements of planktic foraminifera. Relative abundances, principal component analyses, and cluster analyses of benthic foraminiferal assemblages in sediment...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Papua New Guinea; Margins; Foraminifera.
Ano: 2008 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00087/19837/17482.pdf
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Caridean shrimps (Crustacea, Decapoda) from seagrass habitats in Hansa Bay, Papua New Guinea Naturalis
Grave, Sammy de.
Five species of caridean shrimps collected from seagrass habitats at Hansa Bay, on the northern coastline of Papua New Guinea are reported. Four species are new to the fauna of Papua New Guinea. Morphological details of Nikoides danae, Latreutes pymoeus and L. porcinus are discussed and compared to previous records. The previously undescribed male secondary sexual appendices of N. danae and L. pymoeus are described.
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor Palavras-chave: Caridea; Papua New Guinea.
Ano: 1999 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/504943
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Description of Idiocnemis patriciae spec. nov. from Papua New Guinea (Odonata: Platycnemididae), with new distributional records of other Idiocnemis species Naturalis
Gassmann, D.; Richards, S.J..
Idiocnemis patriciae spec. nov. is described from lowland rainforests of the Dark-End Lumber and Lakekamu regions in Gulf Province, Papua New Guinea. Biogeographically, the new species is near-endemic to the Papuan Gulf Coastal Lowlands area of endemism. Notes on the habitat of the new species and on a female specimen from the Lakekamu Basin tentatively assigned to it, are included. The distributions of I. australis Gassmann, I. chloropleura Lieft inck and I. kimminsi Lieft inck are updated. I. chloropleura is recorded from Yapen island for the first time. A revised key to the males of the Idiocnemis inornata species-group is provided.
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor Palavras-chave: Platycnemididae; Calicnemiinae; Idiocnemis inornata-group; Idiocnemis patriciae spec. nov.; Papua New Guinea; 42.75.
Ano: 2008 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/292115
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Economic benefits to Papua New Guinea and Australia from the biological control of banana skipper (Erionota thrax) AgEcon
Waterhouse, Doug F.; Dillon, Birribi; Vincent, David P..
Larvae of the butterfly Erionota thrax, the banana skipper, destroy the leaves of bananas by eating them and forming massive protective rolls of leaf tissue. They were first observed in north-western Papua New Guinea in 1983 and over the next 6 years spread throughout the mainland at the rate of up to 500 km/year. E. thrax has also spread across the ocean to the east, to invade New Britain, Duke of York and New Ireland islands, and possibly Bougainville. As the banana skipper spread, it destroyed an average of some 60% of banana leaves, leading to both a serious delay in fruit maturation and reduced weight of banana bunches. Previous successful biological control of E. thrax when it invaded Mauritius, Hawaii, Guam and Saipan encouraged Papua New Guinea...
Tipo: Book Palavras-chave: Erionota thrax; Banana skipper; Moth; Larvae; Benefit-cost ratio; Net present value; Banana; Papua New Guinea; PNG; Australia; Agricultural and Food Policy; Crop Production/Industries; Farm Management; Food Security and Poverty; International Development; Production Economics.
Ano: 1998 URL: http://purl.umn.edu/47653
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Export Performance in Papua New Guinea, 1960 to 1999 AgEcon
Fleming, Euan M.; Blowes, Anita.
Stochastic dominance analysis was used to assess export performance in Papua New Guinea from 1960 to 1999. A country with abundant natural resources, Papua New Guinea was able to experience significant growth in total export values throughout the final four decades of the 20th century, with each succeeding decade stochastically dominating the previous one. The expansion of mineral and energy exports from the early 1970s was the major source of this growth. The powerful influence of an expanding minerals and energy sector must nevertheless be of concern in that this sector and other non-agricultural resource sectors comprise mainly extractive or quasi-extractive industries given the production practices that currently exist. Little progress has been made...
Tipo: Working or Discussion Paper Palavras-chave: Export performance; Papua New Guinea; Stochastic dominance; International Relations/Trade.
Ano: 2003 URL: http://purl.umn.edu/12927
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Ficobracon brusi gen. nov. & spec. nov. (Hymenoptera: Braconidae), a parasitoid reared from figs in Papua New Guinea Naturalis
Achterberg, C. van; Weiblen, G.D..
A new genus (Ficobracon gen. nov.; type species: Ficobracon brusi spec. nov.) of the subfamily Braconinae (Hymenoptera; Braconidae) is reported from figs (syconia) of Ficus wassa Roxb. in Papua New Guinea; the new genus is illustrated and described. It is the second genus belonging to the Braconidae reported to live in Ficus-syconia.
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor Palavras-chave: Hymenoptera; Braconidae; Braconinae; Braconini; Ficobracon; Ficus; Australian; Papuan; Papua New Guinea.
Ano: 2000 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/215733
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Five new species of Barringtonia (Lecythidaceae) from Papua New Guinea Naturalis
Jebb, M.; Prance, G.T..
Five new species of Barringtonia from Papua New Guinea are described and discussed: B. lumina, B. monticola, B. pinnifolia, B. serenae and B. tagala. All five species belong to section Barringtonia with closed flower buds. Notes are also provided for the seven monocaulous pachycaul species of Barringtonia in New Guinea.
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor Palavras-chave: Barringtonia; Monocauly; New species; Papua New Guinea.
Ano: 2011 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/526262
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Integrating Traditional Ecological Knowledge and Fisheries Management in the Torres Strait, Australia: the Catalytic Role of Turtles and Dugong as Cultural Keystone Species Ecology and Society
Butler, James R. A.; CSIRO; james.butler@csiro.au; Tawake, Alifereti; James Cook University; alifereti.tawake@my.jcu.edu.au; Skewes, Tim; CSIRO; tim.skewes@csiro.au; Tawake, Lavenia; CSIRO; lavenia.tawake@csiro.au; McGrath, Vic; Torres Strait Regional Authority; vic.mcgrath@tsra.gov.au.
Tipo: Peer-Reviewed Reports Palavras-chave: Adaptive comanagement; Climate change; Ecosystem services; Dugong; Governance; Livelihoods; Melanesia; Papua New Guinea; Resilience; Subsistence fisheries; Traditional ecological knowledge: turtles.
Ano: 2012
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<i>Pisione papuensis</i> n. sp. (Polychaeta: Pisionidae) a new pisionid from Papua New Guinea OMA
Govaere, J.C.R.; De Wilde, C.L.M..
A new species of the genus <i>Pisione</i>, described here as <i>Pisione papuensis</i> n. sp. was collected by the first author from Laing Island, Papua New Guinea, in september-november 1985. The species belongs to the <i>gopalai-complexa-alikunhii-africana</i> group of Laubier.
Tipo: Info:eu-repo/semantics/article Palavras-chave: New species Taxonomy Pisionidae Polychaeta [Bristle worms] ISEW; Papua New Guinea.
Ano: 1993 URL: http://www.vliz.be/imisdocs/publications/303546.pdf
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Mama Lus Frut scheme: an assessment of poverty reduction AgEcon
Warner, Robert; Bauer, Marcia.
The Mama Lus Frut scheme was established to increase the productivity of smallholder palm-oil plantations in Papua New Guinea. ACIAR project ASEM/1999/084, ‘Improving Productivity of the Smallholder Oil Palm Sector in Papua New Guinea: a Study of Biophysical and Socioeconomic Interactions’, included an assessment of the impact of the Mama Lus Frut scheme. The ACIAR project was also involved in refining and extending the scheme both geographically and demographically, including extending it from women family members to the community at large. This report describes the effect of the scheme (and therefore indirectly the effect of the ACIAR project) on reducing poverty for smallholder oil-palm producers. It draws upon information from a socioeconomic study of...
Tipo: Book Palavras-chave: Papua New Guinea; PNG; Australia; Oilpalm; Palm-oil; Smallholder; Productivity; Impact; Returns; Agribusiness; Community/Rural/Urban Development; Crop Production/Industries; Farm Management; International Development; Labor and Human Capital; Marketing; Productivity Analysis.
Ano: 2002 URL: http://purl.umn.edu/47698
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Marine green algae (Chlorophyta) from the north coast of Papua New Guinea OMA
Coppejans, E.; Leliaert, F.; Dargent, O.; De Clerck, O..
The marine benthic green algae of the north coast of Papua New Guinea (mainly from Madang province) are documented, based on collections made by the first author between 1980 and 1990. All records (118 taxa) are listed with bibliographic, taxonomic, nomenclatural and biogeographical notes. Identification keys are added for genera represented by at least two species. Representatives of the Pseudocodiaceae and some Udoteaceae are illustrated. The green algal flora of the north coast appears to be much richer than that of the south coast where 72 taxa, including 19 unchecked records from literature, are recorded from the Port Moresby area.
Tipo: Info:eu-repo/semantics/article Palavras-chave: Identification keys Chlorophyta [green algae] ISEW; Papua New Guinea.
Ano: 2001 URL: http://www.vliz.be/nl/open-marien-archief?module=ref&refid=7782
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Miliusa lanceolata (Annonaceae), a new species from Papua New Guinea Naturalis
Chaowasku, T.; Keßler, P.J.A..
A new species, Miliusa lanceolata Chaowasku & Keßler (Annonaceae), is described and illustrated. It has been so far recorded from the D’Entrecasteaux Islands (Goodenough and Normanby Islands) and Louisiade Archipelago (Sudest Island), southeast off Papua New Guinea and is characterized by densely hairy young twigs, lanceolate leaves, and supra-axillary flowers with long pedicels. The relationship with similar species in the genus is also discussed and a key to the species of Miliusa in New Guinea is provided.
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor Palavras-chave: Annonaceae; Miliusa; Papua New Guinea; New species.
Ano: 2006 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/525771
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Mushroom corals (Scleractinia: Fungiidae) of Madang Lagoon, northern Papua New Guinea: an annotated check-list with the description of Cantharellus jebbi spec. nov.* Naturalis
Hoeksema, B.W..
A check-list of mushroom corals (Fungiidae) is given with annotations on their distribution in Madang Lagoon, northern Papua New Guinea, Bismarck Sea. A total of 36 fungiid species is recorded from this locality, which is more than from any other studied so far. One species, Cantharellus jebbi spec, nov., is new to science. It is the only monostomatous mushroom coral species known that is entirely encrusting. It also represents the first record of a recent Cantharellus species in the IndoMalayan region.
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor Palavras-chave: Scleractinia; Fungiidae; Mushroom corals; Madang; Papua New Guinea; Bismarck Sea; Distribution; New species; 42.72.
Ano: 1993 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/319370
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New sawflies (Hymenoptera: Symphyta, Tenthredinidae) from Indonesia, Papua New Guinea, Malaysia and Vietnam, with keys to genera and species Naturalis
Haris, A..
In total 32 new species of Tenthredinidae are described from Vietnam and 18 new species from Indonesia: Nesoselandria albotonkinensis spec. nov., N. albeotegularissima spec. nov., N. devriesiana spec. nov., Anapeptamena achterbergiana spec. nov., Neostromboceros nigrogiganteus spec. nov., N. gracilioides spec. nov., N. alboclypeatus spec. nov., N. daoensis spec. nov., N. phuongensis spec. nov., Abusarbidea bicoloristigmata spec. nov., Eusunoxa alboapicalis spec. nov., Neopoppia tonkinometallica spec. nov., Abeleses vietnamensis spec. nov., A. metallotonkinensis spec. nov., Heptamelus tonkinensis spec. nov., Athlophorus devriesi spec. nov., Rhopographus vietnamensis spec. nov., Xenapatidea hematothoracica spec. nov., X. devriesi spec. nov., Allantidea...
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor Palavras-chave: Hymenoptera; Symphyta; Tenthredinidae; Vietnam; Indonesia; Malaysia; Java; Sumatra; Borneo; Celebes; Papua New Guinea; New species; 42.75.
Ano: 2006 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/209647
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