Resources for recent Mount Namuli scientific publications

Darbyshire, I., Polhill, R.M., Magombo, Z. et al. (2021). Two new species from the mountains of southern Malawi and northern Mozambique. Kew Bulletin, 76: 63-70. Link here

Timberlake, J. (2021). A first plant checklist for Mt. Namuli, northern Mozambique. Kirkia, 19: 191-225. 

Portik, D., Travers, S., Bauer, A. & Branch, W. (2013). A new species of Lygodactylus (Squamata: Gekkonidae) endemic to Mount Namuli, an isolated ‘sky island’ of northern Mozambique. Zootaxa, 3710: 415-435. Link here

Portik, D. & Mulungu, E. & Sequeira, D. & McEntee, J. (2013). Herpetological Surveys of the Serra Jeci and Namuli Massifs, Mozambique, and an Annotated Checklist of the Southern Afromontane Archipelago. Herpetological Review, 44(3): 394-406. Link here

Farooq, H.O.M. & Conradie, W. (2015) Second record of a Scolecomorphus kirkii Boulenger, 1883 (Gymnophiona: Scolecomorphidae) for Mozambique, Herpetology Notes, 8: 59-62. Link here

Harris, T., Darbyshire, I., & Polhill, R. (2011). New species and range extensions from Mt Namuli, Mt Mabu and Mt Chiperone in northern Mozambique. Kew Bulletin, 66(2), 241-251. Link here

Timberlake, J.R., Dowsett-Lemaire, F., Bayliss, J.,Alves T., Baena, S., Bento, C., Cook, K., Francisco, J., Harris, T., Smith, P. & de Sousa, C. (2009). Mt. Namuli, Mozambique: Biodiversity and Conservation. Report produced under the Darwin Initiative Award 15/036. Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, London. 114 p. Link here

Van Noort, S., Gardiner, A.J. & Tolley, K.A. (2007). New records of Ficus (Moraceae) species emphasize the conservation significance of inselbergs in Mozambique. South African Journal of Botany, 73: 642-649. Link here