A new algorithm offers to take up the hard work of turning data points into tree models.
A new study in the Journal of Applied Ecology highlights how photos in a Facebook group can complement plant scientists’ sightings.
The project aims to start making inferences about the importance of ecological features in historical art.
Juniper Kiss reports on the annual meeting of the Ecology Society of America.
Carnivorous plants need to manufacture a variety of specialised chemicals to lure, trap and digest prey.
Palms are vitally important due to their high vegetable oil production, which can occur in both fruits and seeds. The full range of lipid storage and composition, however, hasn’t been well understood across this large and diverse group.
Drosophyllum lusitanicum, also known as the Portuguese sundew or dewy pine, is unusual even for carnivorous plants in that it lives in dry environments. Typically, carnivorous plants live in nutrient-poor wetlands, so does it really gain much from carnivory?
The Aspleniaceae is a family of ferns, some of which are terrestrial and some of which are epiphytes. A new study has found a rarity, a hemiepiphyte.