Specialized in Biodiversity Management within Production Landscape to Improve Rural Livelihoods and Ensure Environmental Services 

Indigenous Fruit Trees of Madagascar: Potential Components of Agroforestry Systems to Improve Human Nutrition and Restore Biological Diversity 
Agroforestry Systems, 46 (3): 289-310. (1999) 
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Mycorrhiza Fungal Diversity as Impacted by the Loss of Endemic Rainforest Plants in Madagascar  
Third International Conference on Mycorrhizas (ICOM 3), 2001Adelaide, Australia.  
Poster Abstract -- Poster

Restoring Biodiversity through Agricultural Intensification in the Rainforest Region of Madagascar  
International Symposium: Managing Biodiversity in Agricultural Ecosystems  2001 Montreal, Canada. 
Poster Abstract -- PosterBiodiversity_files/Erika%20Styger%20Indigenous%20Fruit%20Trees%20of%20Madagascar.pdfhttp://mycorrhiza.ag.utk.edu/latest/icoms/icom3/ICOM3_fernandes.htmBiodiversity_files/Erika%20Styger%20Mycorrhiza%20Diversity%20Madagascar%20Poster.pdfhttp://www.unu.edu/env/plec/cbd/Montreal/abstracts/Styger.pdfBiodiversity_files/Erika%20Styger%20Biodiversity%20Ag%20Intensification%20Poster.pdfshapeimage_1_link_0shapeimage_1_link_1shapeimage_1_link_2shapeimage_1_link_3shapeimage_1_link_4


Botanical sampling of useful indigenous rainforest trees during ethnobotanical study, Berano,  Madagascar

Direct seeding test of endemic rainforest trees in shrub fallow, Berano, Madagascar

Identification of Mycorrhiza species via their spores according to different land degradation stages in eastern Madagascar

Indigenous fruit tree Eugenia sp, rainforest region Madagascar

Natural regeneration of rainforest tree Ocotea sp. in the fallow vegetation in eastern Madagascar

Farmer sells indigenous fruits in the market of Tamatave, Madagascar