A report on the BioBlitz events 2018 (Kintrishi) and 2019 (Kazbegi) has been published in Bonn zoological Bulletin. URL to article (fulltext PDF): https://www.zoologicalbulletin.de/BzB_Volumes/Volume_68_2/275_georgien_report_20191211.pdf Citation: Thormann, J., Ahrens, D., Anderson, C., Astrin, J.J., Mumladze, L., Rulik, B., Tarkhnishvili, D., Espeland, M., Geiger, M., Hein, N., Iankoshvili, G., Karalashvili, E., Mengual, X., Morkel, C., Neiber, […]
Illustrated Field Guide to the Flora of Georgia by E. Fischer, A. Gröger, W. Lobin published in 2018 Georgia comprises an extraordinary range of ecosystems, from humid Colchic forest to continental steppe, from Mediterranean vegetation along the Black Sea coast to alpine meadows next to glaciated peaks. So, this small country is an important component […]
Following up on 2018’s successful Georgian-German BioBlitz in Kintrishi (Lesser Caucasus, see ggbc.eu/kintrishi/), 2019’s BioBlitz will take place in the Stepantsminda area (Kazbegi), in the Greater Caucasus. Core dates will be July 4th until July 7th.
In July 2018, a mixed group of dozens of Georgian and German scientists and students visited the Kintrishi area to collect and identify specimens for DNA barcoding, in a so-called BioBlitz event, the first so far to take place in Georgia: more info under ggbc.eu/kintrishi/