Links to Organisations and Societies

Countries and/or regions Link Comment
Zimbabwe National Herbarium of Zimbabwe (SRGH) The National Herbarium and Botanic Garden is a centre for research and information on the indigenous plants of Zimbabwe. SRGH is, together with the Compton Herbarium at Kirstenbosch, the second largest herbarium in Africa. NB. The link appeared to be not working on 10 August 2014.
Zimbabwe Biodiversity Foundation for Africa The Biodiversity Foundation for Africa which is based in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe, was set up in 1992. It undertakes biological research into tropical African biodiversity, and seeks to make the resulting information widely accessible.
Zimbabwe Zambezi Society The Zambezi Society is the only conservation group devoted solely to looking after the Zambezi, the finest and wildest river in Africa.
South Africa Ispot Ispot was originally created in the UK by the Open University. Ispot Southern Africa is the regional version of the same project. It is an example of Citizen Science and enables users to submit images of wildlife for identification and provides a structure for users to identify the images of others. As at the end of 2013, 93,710 observations had been submitted to the site of which 60,076 were observations of plants.
South Africa Botanical Society of South Africa The Society is concerned with the study of the flora of South Africa. It publishes books on botanical topics and is actively involved in conservation and education.
South Africa South Africa National Biodiversity Institute See the Geographic links page for details of this organisation.


This is the Association for the study of the taxonomy of tropical African plants. It holds a congress every 3 years; the 2014 one has just been held in Stellenbosch.

Aetfat has some useful web sites, namely the link to the Aetfat Library in Brussels

Botanic Garden Meise

This is an internationally important Botanic Garden, situated just north of Brussels, in the centre of Belgium. It is also a centre for research on tropical and especially African plants.

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Bingham, M.G., Willemen, A., Wursten, B.T., Ballings, P. and Hyde, M.A. (2018). Flora of Zambia: Links to organisations and Societies., retrieved 19 July 2018

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