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Conservation Assessment and Management Plans for Primates of Indonesia Taman Safari, 15-19 January 2001: Final Report

Proceedings
By: Conservation International Indonesia
255 pages, Figs, tabs, maps
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Proceedings of a workshop detailing the conservation and management plans for Indonesian primates. Summary tables and taxon data sheets for each of the 56 Indonesian primates are provided along with key recommendations for each taxa evaluated. Those covered include the Orangutans, Presbytis, Tarsius, Hylobates, and Macaca.

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Proceedings
By: Conservation International Indonesia
255 pages, Figs, tabs, maps
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