I’m probably not alone in associating ethnobotany with tales of derring-do, usually involving arduous treks through unbearably hot, mosquito-infested, disease-ridden, swamps or jungles in far-flung corners of the tropics in search of ‘goodness-knows-what-but-we’ll-recognise-it-when-we-find-it’. Well,...
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