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The Plants of Bali Ngemba Forest Reserve, Cameroon A Conservation Checklist

World / Checklist
By: Yvette Harvey
158 pages, 40 colour photographs on 8 plates. Figs and vegetation maps
The Plants of Bali Ngemba Forest Reserve, Cameroon
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  • The Plants of Bali Ngemba Forest Reserve, Cameroon ISBN: 9781842460757 Paperback Jan 2004 Usually dispatched within 1 week
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A revealing descriptive listing of the plants recorded to date from this remnant forest reserve, which has proved to be remarkably species-rich despite the degrading activities of logging and farm clearance. Close scrutiny has recently revealed, within its small 1100 hectare terrain, no less than 39 species of special conservation interest and 25 or more hitherto undescribed taxa.

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World / Checklist
By: Yvette Harvey
158 pages, 40 colour photographs on 8 plates. Figs and vegetation maps
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