The Moorea Digital Flora Project website was created by University of California-Berkeley doctoral students Andy Murdock and Anya Hinkle as "an online resource on the flora of the island of Moorea, French Polynesia." A notable section of the site is the Plant Photo Gallery which features images and brief descriptions of many Moorean plants. The Gallery section contains a Dicot Photo Gallery (with families listed alphabetically), a Monocot Photo Gallery, and a Student Line Drawing Gallery. The site also offers brief descriptions and images of "pteridophyte species known to grow on Moorea." Other site offerings include a list (with some images) of algae common to Moorea's reef systems; a list of references; and several related links.


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