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06 December 2017
On 30 November 2017 the MARISTANIS project organised an international seminar entitled “The Ramsar Convention for wetlands conservation and management”.
The MARISTANIS project is an international cooperation project that aims at defining an integrated management model for the coastal wetlands in the Gulf of Oristano and Sinis Peninsula (Sardinia) as a model for other coastal regions in the Mediterranean.
06 December 2018
Dianthus rupicola Biv. subsp. rupicola is a perennial plant growing on the sea-facing cliffs and rupestrian environments of southern Italy and Sicily. More common on the carbonatic substrates rather than on the volcanic ones, it behaves as a true chasmophyte chiefly linked to thermophilous stands. It is one of the few “policy-species” occurring in Sicily, being listed in Annex II of Directive 92/43/EEC (Habitat) and currently classified as LC in the Italian Red List (Rossi et al. 2013).
05 December 2017
Prof. Bacchetta, from Hortus Botanicus Karalitanus - project partner in Sardinia, participated in the “International Symposium and Workshop on Native Seeds in Restoration of Dryland Ecosystems”, which took place in the State of Kuwait from 20th to 23rd November 2017.
05 December 2018
Υλοποιήθηκε δράση ενίσχυσης του μοναδικού γνωστού πληθυσμού του είδους Horstrissea dolinicola σε υψόμετρο περίπου 1.500 μέτρα στο Όρος Ίδη (Ψηλορείτης) στην κεντρική Κρήτη.
27 November 2018
The velvet silene (Silene velutina Loisel.) is an endemic species of Corsica and Sardinia, which disappeared from the islet of Cornuta (Municipality of Zonza, Corsica) in 2001.