The official student publication of the University of Santo Tomas College of Science
Sagip Sarihay Series features critically endangered species in the Philippines, with weekly posts of alternating plant and animal species, and with the primary aims of awareness and call to action. This series is a project of the SciTech and the VA sections of UST-CSJ. (Note: Weekly order of posting does not reflect actual order of intensity of endangerment. Database reference for selection of species is the IUCN Red List.)

Anthracoceros montani (Sulu Hornbill)

Words by: John Lemuel Hermogino

Artwork by: Jan Andrew Bautista

Sagip Sarihay Series features critically endangered species in the Philippines, with weekly posts of alternating plant and animal species, and with the primary aims of awareness and call to action. This series is a project of the SciTech and the VA sections of UST-CSJ. (Note: Weekly order of posting does not reflect actual order of intensity of endangerment. Database reference for selection of species is the IUCN Red List.)

Heterospathe brevicaulis (Marighoi-baba)

Words by: John Lemuel Hermogino

Artwork by: Jan Andrew Bautista

Sagip Sarihay Series features critically endangered species in the Philippines, with weekly posts of alternating plant and animal species, and with the primary aims of awareness and call to action. This series is a project of the SciTech and the VA sections of UST-CSJ. (Note: Weekly order of posting does not reflect actual order of intensity of endangerment. Database reference for selection of species is the IUCN Red List.)

Bubalus mindorensis (Tamaraw)

Words by: John Jerald Villamanca

Artwork by: Lemuel John Hermogino

Sagip Sarihay Series features critically endangered species in the Philippines, with weekly posts of alternating plant and animal species, and with the primary aims of awareness and call to action. This series is a project of the SciTech and the VA sections of UST-CSJ. (Note: Weekly order of posting does not reflect actual order of intensity of endangerment. Database reference for selection of species is the IUCN Red List.)

Villaria acutifolia (Elmer) Merr.

Words by John Jerald Villamanca
Artwork by Lemuel John Hermogino

Sagip Sarihay Series features critically endangered species in the Philippines, with weekly posts of alternating plant and animal species, and with the primary aims of awareness and call to action. This series is a project of the SciTech and the VA sections of UST-CSJ. (Note: Weekly order of posting does not reflect actual order of intensity of endangerment. Database reference for selection of species is the IUCN Red List.)

Dicaeum quadricolor (Cebu Flowerpecker)

Words by Maria Francesca Ortega
Artwork by Cristine Magtanong

UST College of Science Journal

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