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Iain Darbyshire
Iain Darbyshire
Senior Research Leader, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew
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State of the World's Plants 2017
KJ Willis
Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, 2017
3722017
The State of the World's Plants Report - 2016
RBG Kew
Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, 2016
2782016
Forest clearance and regrowth in northern Ethiopia during the last 3000 years
I Darbyshire, H Lamb, M Umer
The Holocene 13 (4), 537-546, 2003
2232003
Important Plant Areas: revised selection criteria for a global approach to plant conservation.
Biodiversity & Conservation 26, 1767–1800, 2017
2072017
New Guinea has the world’s richest island flora
R Cámara-Leret, DG Frodin, F Adema, C Anderson, MS Appelhans, ...
Nature 584 (7822), 579-583, 2020
1602020
The Plants of Kupe, Mwanenguba and the Bakossi Mountains, Cameroon: A Conservation Checklist; with Introductory Chapters on the Physical Environment, Vegetation, Endemics …
M Cheek, BJ Pollard, I Darbyshire, JM Onana, C Wild
1392004
Vegetation response to rainfall variation and human impact in central Kenya during the past 1100 years
H Lamb, I Darbyshire, D Verschuren
The Holocene 13 (2), 285-292, 2003
1222003
The Chimanimani Mountains
B Wursten, J Timberlake, I Darbyshire
Kirkia 19 (1), 70-100, 2017
812017
The Plants of Sudan and South Sudan.
I Darbyshire, M Kordofani, I Farag, R Candiga, H Pickering
Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, 2015
762015
Unraveling relationships in the morphologically diverse and taxonomically challenging “justicioid” lineage (Acanthaceae: Justicieae)
CA Kiel, TF Daniel, I Darbyshire, LA McDade
Taxon 66 (3), 645-674, 2017
712017
The Plants of Bali Ngemba Forest Reserve, Cameroon.
Y Harvey, BJ Pollard, I Darbyshire, JM Onana, M Cheek
Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, 2004
69*2004
Documenting biogeographical patterns of African timber species using herbarium records: A conservation perspective based on native trees from Angola
MM Romeiras, R Figueira, MC Duarte, P Beja, I Darbyshire
PLoS One 9 (7), e103403, 2014
552014
Flora of Tropical East Africa. Acanthaceae (Part 2)
I Darbyshire, K Vollesen, E Kelbessa
Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, 2010
51*2010
Revised classification of Acanthaceae and worldwide dichotomous keys
EA Manzitto‐Tripp, I Darbyshire, TF Daniel, CA Kiel, LA McDade
Taxon 71 (1), 103-153, 2022
472022
A revision of the genera Brachystephanus and Oreacanthus (Acanthaceae) in tropical Africa
D Champluvier, I Darbyshire
Systematics and Geography of Plants 79 (2), 115-192, 2009
432009
The Kew Tropical Plant Families Identification Handbook. Second Edition.
T Utteridge, G Bramley
Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, 2015
39*2015
Botanical monography in the Anthropocene
OM Grace, OA Pérez-Escobar, EJ Lucas, MS Vorontsova, GP Lewis, ...
Trends in Plant Science 26 (5), 433-441, 2021
372021
Enhancing knowledge among smallholders on pollinators and supporting field margins for sustainable food security
F Elisante, PA Ndakidemi, SEJ Arnold, SR Belmain, GM Gurr, I Darbyshire, ...
Journal of Rural Studies 70, 75-86, 2019
332019
The genus Isoglossa (Acanthaceae) in west Africa
I Darbyshire, L Pearce, H Banks
Kew Bulletin 66, 425-439, 2011
332011
Joining forces in Ochnaceae phylogenomics: a tale of two targeted sequencing probe kits
T Shah, JV Schneider, G Zizka, O Maurin, W Baker, F Forest, GE Brewer, ...
American Journal of Botany 108 (7), 1201-1216, 2021
302021
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