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Baobab News from the Field

  • Restoring baobab populations in Madagascar

    Six of the nine species of baobabs in the world are endemic to Madagascar. Three of them are Endangered according to the IUCN Red List: Grandidier's baobab (Adansonia grandidieri), Perrier's baobab (A. perrieri) and the Diego baobab (A. suarezensis). The first is only found in the western part of Madagascar while the latter two are endemic to the northern tip of the country. Together, they are threatened by low recruitment in the wild. To mitigate this threat, we initiated a program to restore the baobab population in western and northern Madagascar.


  • What conservation action for the Diego Baobab?

    The Diego Baobab, Adansonia suarezensis, is Critically Endangered on the IUCN RedList. The population in Diego do not think conservation efforts are required for this species. What should be done?

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Baobab Publications

  • file iconLes baobabs de Madagascar: quels cadres reglementaires pour leurs conservations?

    Raveloson, O.C., D. Andriafidison, J.H. Razafimanahaka, S. Rabesihanaka, R.K.B. Jenkins. 2014

  • file iconDistribution and population structure of Adansonia rubrostipa in dry deciduous forest in western Madagascar

    Daniel J. Metcalfe*, Aida Cuni Sanchez, P. Michael Curran, Jens A˚ . R. Haga, Hamza Khalid Kija, Elizabeth J. Kleynhans, Mirjam Kopp, Sinagabe U. Korogone, Ireene R. Madindou, Albert Minlend, Felix Ndagijimana, Thenjiwe C. Ndlovu, Ernest Nti Acheampong, Clive Nuttman, Karin H. Olsson, Dimby Rahrinjanahary, Hanta J. Razafimanahaka, Josia Razafindramanana, Zuzanna Rykowska, Ravi Sachdev, Laura Simpson and Rosie Trevelyan. 2007 CSIRO. Journal compilation

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Perrier's Baobab Adansonia perrieri
Grandidier's Baobab Adansonia grandidieri