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Ali A.Taleb

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« on: August 02, 2020, 03:54:58 PM »
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Some  photos of  the  Iris  basaltica - as  described  in the  new  paper......


Ali Adnan Taleb with  Iris basaltica







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I  do hope  this  project  has  terrific success.  Here's  a  short  code  for the  GoFundMe  page https://gf.me/u/ykndrm

Good luck to Ali and  the  Akkar  Trail Team!
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sounds like a wonderful venture, good luck  Ali. Perhaps there will soon be tours to see the Akkar mountains?
living near Stranraer, Scotland. Gardening in the West of Scotland.

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Hello Ali,
are you able to show pictures of the other plants and animals on the Akkar trail? I think that there are new insects being recorded in the area?
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Thank you.
Yes of course, welcome to the Akkar Mountains, and you can take many tours through the akkar trail

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https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=775708216517815&id=304369053651736
You can see pictures of insects in akkar , and we have new records

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Insects in akkar , collect by akkar trail

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These pictures are wonderful. Do you manage to photograph them in nature too? can you tell us about some of them please?
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Go Fund  Me  payments  are  made  in Australian Dollars, while Paypal donations  are  preferred  in US Dollars, please.
Ali's  family  are  all involved  in the  project  and  helping  out!
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Hi peter ;
Akkar includes about 80% of the biological diversity found in Lebanon, and we are working on research with a personal effort, and for this we need your donation, so protecting this diversity is a duty for us, because it is witnessing a great threat due to urbanization that is decreasing in biodiveristy
You can follow akkar trail on facebook and instagram
And if you want donate via paypal

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INSECTS DIVERSITY IN LEBANON, PART 1: AKKAR

https://mountainsmagleb.com/2020/08/03/insects-diversity-in-lebanon-part-1-akkar/
Akkar Trail درب عكار

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Could you show us pictures of the Akkar trail please Ali? The links to the insects are fascinating, and beetles which eat slugs  sound interesting...
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