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The Plants of Lebialem Highlands (Bechati-Fosimondi Besali), Cameroon A Conservation Checklist

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By: Yvette Harvey, Barthelemy Tchiengue and Martin Cheek
170 pages, col plates, maps, line illus
The Plants of Lebialem Highlands (Bechati-Fosimondi Besali), Cameroon
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This book provides a flora of the Lebialem Highlands area, Cameroon. Introductory chapters cover the vegetation, geology, soil types, climate, threats, invasive and alien plants, ethnobotany and history of botanical exploration in the area. A Red Data chapter contains the results of assessing the status of all the species covered, accompanied by colour photographs of the most threatened species.

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Yvette Harvey is Deputy Head, Wet Tropics Africa team, Herbarium, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. Barthelemy Tchiengue is a researcher at IRAD-National Herbarium of Cameroon, IRAD-Ministry Scientific Research and Innovation. Martin Cheek is Head of the Wet Tropics Africa team, Herbarium, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.
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By: Yvette Harvey, Barthelemy Tchiengue and Martin Cheek
170 pages, col plates, maps, line illus
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