By: C Jiggins, P Andrade, E Cueva, S Dixon, I Isherwood and J Willis
129 pages, B/w illus, tabs
Language: Bilingual in English and Spanish
Describes three forests of conservation importance in South West Ecuador. Biological surveys of the sites include bird and butterfly inventories, botanical transects and incidental records of mammals and snakes. A brief description of the socio-economic situation of the local people at each site is given, and detailed conservation recommendations are outlined.
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