Edited By: Jenny C Daltry and Frank Momberg
252 pages, Colour photos, maps, figures, diagrams, A4 format
Invaluable summary of the findings from the first major biodiversity survey of the Cardamom Mountains in south-west Cambodia, an area of more than 1 million hectares. This is a largely undisturbed region, harbouring an incredible range of flora and fauna, from tigers, leopards, malay sun bears and smooth-coated otters to gilded black pipistrelle bats, 221 tree species, mountain bulbuls, siamese crocodile, barred flying lizards, water monitors and the rajah frog.
Contents: General Introduction - Plants - Large Mammals - Small Mammals - Bats - Birds - Reptiles - Amphibians - Fish and Aquatic Macroinvertebrates - Snout Moths - Reconstructing Livelihoods - General Discussion - Conservation Recommendations.&o;
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