Sara L. Edwards
My curation duties are to digitize, name and incorporate specimens, supervise visitors and volunteers, process loans and I’m a member of the pest management team. My research interests are Neotropical Malvaceae, Aristolochiaceae, Passifloraceae and Pouteria (Sapotaceae). I also teach and train people in plant identification, curation and pest management.
- BSc (Hons), Environmental Biology, City College Norwich, 1998.
- Cert. level 2. RHS Horticulture, Richmond Adult Community College, 2009
- MSc Applied Wildlife Conservation, Anglia Ruskin University, 2016
Edwards, S.L., Araujo-Murakami, A., Carrion-Cuellar, A.M., Klitgård, B.B. Milliken, W. & Monro, A. (in ed.)
Geographical Variations in Carbon Density across the Amazon.
Biggs, N., Edwards, S.L, Frisby, S. & Klitgaard, B. (2014 and ongoing)
Scratchpad: Latin American Malvaceae – Malvoideae
Vanderplank, J. & Edwards, S.L. (2014).
779. PASSIFLORA EDULIS f. ALBIDA: Passifloraceae.
Curtis's Botanical Magazine 31: 42 –47.
Biggs, N., Edwards, S., Frisby, S. & Klitgård, B. B. (2011 and ongoing).
Interactive key to Neotropical Malvaceae - Malvoideae.
Edwards, S. & Leon, C. (2007).
584. ISOTREMA MANSHURIENSE: Aristolochiaceae.
Curtis's Botanical Magazine 24:
Tropical Important Plant Areas (TIPAs) in Bolivia
Identifying Tropical Important Plant Areas in the Chiquitano ecoregion of Bolivia and bordering Brazil.
Building a partnership of systematic excellence – a checklist of selected families of Boyacá
Creating a hard-copy publication of an annotated checklist of the Myrtaceae and Fabaceae of Boyacá, Colombia, supported by an online catalogue of specimen data.