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The jointed investigation of GCCC (I): The first cooperated investigation in the field by GCCC & GCCC (Guizhou)


GCCC and GCCC (Guizhou) cooperated to have a jointed field investigation at 8 Jan., 2018. This is two GCCCs first time to cooperate in 2018. There search assistant, Mr. Tang Sheng-Hu (GCCC(Guizhou)) and the researcher, Dr. Wen Fang &the researcher probationer,Ms. Li Shu (GCCC) went to a limestone area in Guiyang to investigate the Gesneriaceae plants. Another invited expert, Mrs. Li Cong-Rui Li Cong-Rui is Senior Engineer and comes from Guizhou Academy of Forestry.Mr. Tang Sheng-Hu from Guizhou Botanical Garden got a project from Guangxi Key Laboratory of Plant Conservation and Restoration Ecology in Karst Terrain for researching the biodiversity of Petrocodon in Guizhou Province.

This investigation is part of Tang Sheng-Hu's project, "Preliminary Study on Species Diversity of the Petrocodon (Gesneriaceae) in Karst Areas of Guizhou Province". We also found a species of Petrocodon in the karst area of Guiyang and collected the seeds. We will carry out the follow-up investigation and research work.This jointed field investigation was supported very much by Prof. Zhou Qing, who is the director of Guizhou Botanical Garden. Thank him very much!



 The jointed investigation of GCCC (I): The first cooperated investigation in the field by GCCC & GCCC (Guizhou)

Fig 1.  Li Cong-Rui and Wen Fang is working for Petrocodon in the field 



The jointed investigation of GCCC (I): The first cooperated investigation in the field by GCCC & GCCC (Guizhou)

Fig 2.  Some people of group photo of GCCC & GCCC (Guizhou) (From left to right: Li Cong-Rui, Wen Fang, Li Shu & Tang Sheng-Hu)

 

 

The jointed investigation of GCCC (I): The first cooperated investigation in the field by GCCC & GCCC (Guizhou)

Fig 3.  Li Shu (GCCC) is collecting the seeds of Petrocodon

 



The jointed investigation of GCCC (I): The first cooperated investigation in the field by GCCC & GCCC (Guizhou)

Fig 4.  The beautiful Petrocodon species (waiting to be identified)