Wild “treasure” found in Teau Du Lake wetland, SAN Chau

2022-06-13 0 By

“Look, wild soybean seedlings!”Investigators from the Ecological Environment Research Office of Wuhan Eco-Environmental Science and Technology Center recently discovered a wild soybean seedling that sprouted this spring in the Dangdu Lake wetland in Xinzhou, Wuhan.”Since the launch of the Biodiversity Survey and Assessment project of Dadu Lake Wetland, we have found several patches of wild soybean communities in Dadu Lake Wetland Nature Reserve.”Sha Qian, director of the ecological environment research office of wuhan Eco-Environmental Science and Technology Center, said that the wild soybean population in the Dadu Lake wetland is relatively stable and has been able to “take root” and reproduce in the local area.It is reported that wild soybean is the national key protection of wild plants, national secondary key protection of plants.Sashi and other eco-environmental investigators once found patches of wild soybeans in the Fuhe wetland, only to lose them the following year due to environmental changes, which she has regretted ever since.She was particularly pleased to find patches of wild soybeans again.She hopes to protect these precious wild germplasm resources by relying on the good habitat of Dadu Lake wetland.Starting from April last year, investigators conducted a year-long comprehensive “mapping” of the biodiversity of Dadu Lake Wetland Nature Reserve from five aspects, including ecosystem, wetland plants, wetland animals, aquatic organisms and their habitats, and regional biodiversity levels.Up to now, the field survey has come to an end, and relevant data are being collected and analyzed.In recent days, the investigators observed, with a large number of winter bird flew to the north, and the number of birds rose over the lake wetland decreased significantly, but there are more than 30, including north redstarts and bald Bei crane, black wings foot knot, knot, golden plovers orbit, black-headed gull, mercerizing starlings, magpie Robins, harsh noise plants, pipit, grey head bunting, grey wagtails still here foraging habitat.Declaration: The copyright of this article belongs to the original author, if there is a source error or infringement of your legitimate rights and interests, you can contact us through the mailbox, we will promptly deal with.Email address: jpbl@jp.jiupainews.com