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Ecosistemas del Área de Conservación Osa (ACOSA) / Ecosystems of the Osa Conservation Area (ACOSA)

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By: Maarten Kappelle(Author), Marco Castro(Author), Heiner Acevedo(Author), Luis González(Author), Huberth Monge(Author), Francisco Quesada(Illustrator)
496 pages, colour map
Ecosistemas del Área de Conservación Osa (ACOSA) / Ecosystems of the Osa Conservation Area (ACOSA)
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  • Ecosistemas del Área de Conservación Osa (ACOSA) / Ecosystems of the Osa Conservation Area (ACOSA) ISBN: 9789968702775 Paperback Dec 2003 Out of Print #141999
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Language: Bilingual in English and Spanish

The second volume in this series focuses on the ecosystems of the Osa Conservation Area, found on the Osa Peninsula, Costa Rica.

Summary in Spanish:
Con este Volumen 2 de la serie Ecosistemas de Costa Rica, el Proyecto Ecomapas y la Editorial INBio emprenden un esfuerzo más, con el objetivo de estimular el conocimiento y el disfrute de la realidad ecológica de las 11 áreas de conservación en las que se divide el país. Incluye mapa a todo color.

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Out of Print
By: Maarten Kappelle(Author), Marco Castro(Author), Heiner Acevedo(Author), Luis González(Author), Huberth Monge(Author), Francisco Quesada(Illustrator)
496 pages, colour map
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