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Red tape is choking biodiversity research in South Africa. What can be done about it?

By Graham Alexander, Professor of Herpetology, Environmental Physiology and Physiology, Ecology and Evolution, University of the Witwatersrand
Bryan Maritz, Senior Lecturer, Biodiversity and Conservation Biology, University of the Western Cape
Krystal Tolley, Principal Scientist, South African National Biodiversity Institute
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There are calls for measures to reduce the burden of red tape and promote and facilitate biodiversity research in South Africa.

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