Introduction
About Us

Our Vision

To be a one-stop repository database system, which provides and facilitates access to information on biodiversity studies and management in Malaysia.

Our Mission

  1. To collate information related to Malaysia's biodiversity from a variety of sources.
  2. To provide easy access to and make available for public circulation, information, databases and other relevant material, provided by various stakeholders.
  3. To create public awareness on biodiversity and environmental issues.
  4. To provide updated statistical analysis on biodiversity data.

Malaysia Biodiversity Information System (MyBIS) to be a one-stop repository for biodiversity information in Malaysia. MyBIS provides the information exchange platform of the Convention on Biological Diversity. Created in accordance with Article 18(3), it has evolved into a global network of websites with the CBD website (www.cbd.int) as its central node, and MyBIS as national nodes of the network. Biodiversity information deposited in this website are abstracted from published books, journals, expert checklists and specimen databases.

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