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A Biological Assessment of the Terrestrial Ecosystems of the Forêt Classée du Pic de Fon, Simandou Range, South-eastern Republic of Guinea

RAP Bulletin of Biological Assessment 35

The Simandou Range in the southeastern Republic of Guinea is an intriguing region for biological research with its diverse assortment of ecosystems and significant natural resources. This bilingual French-English volume reports on the findings of the 2002 Rapid Assessement Program (RAP) survey on the Pic de Fon in the Simandou Range. The RAP surveying team documented 797 species, several of which are brand new to science.

242 pages | 8 1/2 x 11 | © 2005

Rapid Assessment Program

Earth Sciences: Environment

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