Plants and fungi of south-central China
A biodiversity portal for the Sino-Himalayan region
The mountains of south-central China are widely regarded as a global biodiversity hotspot. This site documents primary data about plants and fungi from the Hengduan Mountains and adjacent areas of south-central China, including the Gaoligong Mountains and Tibetan Himalaya. Our database emphasizes specimens and place names.
- Browse or search for specimens
- Search the multilingual gazetteer for georeferenced place names (Pinyin, Wade-Giles, Chinese, Tibetan) More about the gazetteer...
- Navigate the collecting localities in Google Earth