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Alien invasive species (AIS) is one among the various threats to the biodiversity of Sri Lanka. A survey was carried out to establish the present status of AIS in Sri Lanka. Wetland and terrestrial ecosystems of different climatic zones were surveyed randomly for . Invasive Plants. by Lalith Gunasekera (0) Price: LKR. Sri Lanka The Island - by N/a. LKR Footfalls In The Wil - by Lyn De Alwis. LKR Books On Sri Lanka; Business Studies; Cd; Chemistry; Child Care; Childrens; Childrens General Knowelede; Colouring Books; Commics;Author: Lalith Gunasekera. Together with the Western Ghats of India, Sri Lanka was identified by Conservation International (CI) as one of 34 global biodiversity “hotpots”, with a high concentration of endemic species, and the loss of over 75% of the primary vegetation (Mittermeier et al. ). Myers et Size: KB. The Global Register of Introduced and Invasive Species (GRIIS) presents validated and verified checklists of introduced (alien) and invasive alien species at the country level. Phase 1 of the project has focused on developing validated and verified checklists of countries that are Party to the Convention on Biological Diversity. This annotated checklist is of introduced (alien) and invasive.
point for implementation of the CBD in Sri Lanka, and the stakeholder institutions in line Ministries, non-governmental and private sector organizations, and the citizens of Sri Lanka to develop their own action plans for any activities that could introduce or cause the spread of invasive alien species in the country. The following books are of relevance to those who wish to pursue in more depth the taxonomic issues of oriental birds. Henry, G.M. () A Guide to the Birds of Sri Lanka. Third Edition. Revised and expanded by Thilo. W. Hoffmann, Deepal Warakagoda and Upali Ekanayake. Oxford University Press, Delhi. pp. The red list of threatened fauna and flora of Sri Lanka. Alien invasive species (AIS) is one among the various threats to the biodiversity of Sri Lanka. A survey was carried out to establish the present status of AIS in Sri Lanka.
^ Lalith Gunasekera, Invasive Plants: A guide to the identification of the most invasive plants of Sri Lanka, Colombo , pp. 88– ^ Van Hoeffler; et al. (). "Suitability of Ulex fodder: a biochemical analysis with emphasis on nutritional content". European Journal of Agricultural Science. 20 (13): 89– A backpacker’s guide to Sri Lanka: a one-month itinerary Pick of the bunch view of tea plantations from Lipton’s Seat, Haputale. Photograph: Jochen . I recently birded Sri Lanka with a group of 11 participants. Since the Helm guide is new, only two of us had the book. Others had a different birds of Sri-Lanka or of the Indian sub-continent. These were very helpful field guides too, but our group regretted universally that they had not purchased the new Helm Field Guide/5(62). About vascular plant species are confined to Sri Lanka including a palm Areca concinna, Exacum trinervium, the Sri Lankan Mango, Gordonia ceylanica (Anuradha Gunathilake), Osbeckia octandra (Ruth Ripley), Impatiens repens (Strange Wonderful Things), Henckelia moonii (Gesneriad Reference Web), Cryptocoryne thwaitesii (Crypts Pages.