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We published new field guide

Thanks to the great support from the Field Museum Chicago , SLA presents with great pleasure new photographic field guide. The publications focuses on the fruits od (primarily) commonly used indigenous and introduced woody species in the Ucayali and Loreto regions of Peruvian Amazon. Other guides (both focused on medicinal plants) are under preparation.

Bortl, L., and Flores, Y. B., 2022. Fruits of native and introduced plants of Ucayali and Loreto, Perú. Rapid colour field guide N. 1456, the Field Museum, Chicago, IL, USA. Direct download available HERE (20 pp. pdf). 

Macuya photo show now at CULS

We would like to invite you to the photo show Macuya – world of bloody woody.
Exhibition will take place at Czech University of Life Sciences, Faculty of Tropical Agriculture (Prague) between May 2nd and June 28th of 2019.
See you at the opening ceremony on May 14th 2019 from 16:00.

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You can find Pavilon T of Faculty of Tropical Agriculture (where the exhibition is actually installed) right here (Kamýcká 1303, Suchdol, Praha):

(click to enlarge flyer)

Exhibition in Dejvice, Prague

We proudly invite you to the exhibition Living Amazonia. Exhibition is open at the Skleňák Gallery (Prague 6) from March 8 till April 3 and it offers its visitors an unique insight into cultural and biological diversity of Peruvian Amazon. Important part of the exhibition are paintings by renowned painter Otto Placht.

TV Praha report (Czech only):

More here (Czech only):


Exhibition at Czech University of Life Sciences

Faculty of Tropical AgriSciences, Students for the Living Amazon, o.p.s. and Museum Vysočiny Havlíčkův Brod, p.o.

are pleased to invite You to the opening of the exhibition LIVING AMAZON that will take place on Friday, January 20, 2017 at 13:30 in T pavilion as part of the Open Doors Days of the Faculty of Tropical AgriSciences at the Czech University of Life Sciences in Prague. The exhibition will stay there until February 20, 2017 and enable visitors to apprise by an accessible form the diversity and uniqueness of the tropical rain forest. Visual material introduces the natural conditions, indigenous flora, fauna, and interesting features of the Peruvian Amazon. The artwork of Czech “painter of the jungle” Otto Placht will help the audience to dream away and turn wild. The opening will be accompanied by presentation of Alexandr Rollo, MSc: “Adventures on the river Pacaya,” which will be held from 14:00.