About this Website
The name of the site is Teline, firstly because it evokes an endemic leguminous plant of the Western Anti-Atlas and secondly and above all to pay homage to our late colleague and friend C. Raynaud who proposed the new combination: Teline segonnei (Maire) C. Raynaud (= Adenocarpus segonnei Maire).
About the author
I was a lecturer from 1969 to 1979 and a researcher at the Scientific Institute of Rabat (Morocco), an institution which aims to further knowledge of the country's biodiversity. As a botanist and biologist, I was led to make an inventory of the plant communities of the Souss basin where the argan tree, a member of the tropical family Sapotacaea, is widely distributed.
This website gives the opportunity of expression my gratitude to all those - too many to be named - who enabled me to achieve my task by facilitating my research in south Western Morocco. I would like them to know that I feel a sincere and long-term commitment to Morocco and that I will never forget that i twas there I took my first steps at the University of Rabat.
I would especially like to acknowledge the good research, based on available information, done by my Moroccan Colleagues at the Scientific Institute of Rabat - Mohamed Fennane, Mohamed Ibn Tattou, Aïcha Ouyahya, El Jajal Oualidi. The have just complete the drafting of the Flora of Morocco. Thirty two years of work to provide a work high-quality. I also want to compliment the Moroccan researchers on the quality and significance of their work.
The following publications are worthy of praise:
- 1998: "Inventory of the rare vascular plants, threatened or endemic of Morocco"
- 1999: the first volume of "Practical Flora of Morocco"
- 2005: the first volume of "New inventory of the vascular plants of Morocco"
- 2007: the second volume of "Practical Flora of Morocco"
- 2008: the second volume of "Practical Flora of Morocco"
- 2014: the third volume of "Practical Flora of Morocco"
All these noteworthy contributions were eagerly awaited: smy incere thanks to those colleagues who work relentlessly to help us get to know the biodiversity of Morocco.
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Webmaster: Mathieu Peltier.
Thanks to Nicolas for his help and to Magali for her patience...
Last modified on October 30, 2016 at 1:22:41 PM GMT.