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One can contribute and share his knowledge with Maltawildplants.com by submitting information about any plant species found on this site. Such knowledge includes traditional uses of the plant, locations where you have seen rare plants, new referenced information not found on the plant profile, and any corrections of mistakes that may be found. You will be referenced as "Personal communication with..." followed by your name. This can be all done via an online form found at the bottom of every plant profile.
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