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RAP has published findings from its survey of the Kaijende Highlands, Enga Province in Papua New Guinea. This expedition documented over 600 species in an area of stunning beauty. Sixteen plant species and 8 frog species were new to science.
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Stephen J. Richards is a research scientist who works for the South Australian Museum and Conservation International studying the rich biodiversity of Melanesia. He has conducted more than thirty biological surveys across the Pacific Islands and published numerous scientific papers and popular articles about the region's spectacular and largely unknown fauna.
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