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Disappearing Mosquitoes Leave Clues About Basic Ecology

In 2011, Island Conservation, USFWS, and TNC removed invasive rats from Palmyra Atoll to protect native species. Now researchers have found that disease-carrying mosquitoes have disappeared.

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Threatened Island Biodiversity Database (TIB)

The Threatened Island Biodiversity Database is a global dataset of threatened island species at risk from invasive vertebrates. Partners include Island Conservation, University of California at Santa Cruz, Coastal Conservation Action Laboratory, BirdLife International, and the IUCN Invasive Species Specialist Group.

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SPREP Request for Tenders: Invasive Species GEF Project Preparation Consultancy.

SPREP would like to call for tenders from qualified and experienced invasive species management specialists who can offer their services to prepare the project document for the GEF 6 project “Strengthening national and regional capacities to reduce the impact of Invasive Alien Species on globally significant biodiversity in the Pacific".

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