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|Last Updated on Tuesday, 15 May 2012 13:56|
Source: Inquirer News
DAGUPAN CITY — One of the best weapons to beat dengue-carrying mosquitoes is swimming under everyone’s noses and is considered by some fishermen as a pest. The pest, known as mosquito fish or “tuyong” locally, feeds on mosquito larvae, said Roberto Garcia, a marine expert who propagates organic “bangus” (milkfish). READ MORE »
Philippine Biodiversity Conservation Priorities
This report presesents the consensus of more than 300 expert scientists and decision-makers from more than 100 local and international institutions, on the most biologically important areas in the Philippines. The intent of the report is to present the results of the Philippine Biodiversity Conservation Priority-setting Program (PBCPP) in order to influence conservation and development planning throughout the Philippines.
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