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The Animals of Qingliangfeng Nature Reserve (Qingliangfeng Dongwu) [Chinese]

By: Chen Shuihua(Author)
The Animals of Qingliangfeng Nature Reserve (Qingliangfeng Dongwu) [Chinese]
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Language: Chinese with scientific nomenclature

Qingliangfeng National Nature Reserve, established in 1985, is located in the western part of Lin’an City, Zhejiang province, East China, and is part of the northern section of the Baiji mountain ranges between Zhejiang and Anhui provinces. At 1 787.4 m, Qingliangfeng is the highest point in north-western Zhejiang. Nationally protected plants include Psedolarix kaempferi and Liriodendron chinense. Animals include Panthera pardus, Neofelis nebulosa, Capricornis sumatraensis and Cervus nippon. This book records 243 species of land vertebrate including amphibians 29 species, reptiles 20 species, birds 162 species and mammals 33 species.

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