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Vertebrates of Tetepare Island, Solomon Islands

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Title: Vertebrates of Tetepare Island, Solomon Islands
Authors: Read, John L.
Moseby, Katherine
LC Subject Headings: Natural history--Periodicals.
Natural history--Pacific Area--Periodicals.
Issue Date: Jan 2006
Publisher: Honolulu, University of Hawaii Press
Citation: Read JL, Moseby K. Vertebrates of Tetepare Island, Solomon Islands. Pac Sci 60(1): 69-80.
Series/Report no.: vol. 60, no.1
Abstract: Tetepare is the largest unlogged and uninhabited lowland rain-forest island in the South Pacific and is being managed primarily for conservation. An inventory was conducted, and 25 reptile, 4 frog, 76 bird, and 13 mammal species were recorded from Tetepare, including several birds and turtles of international conservation significance. Their relative abundance and local names were collected to assist landowners in attracting researchers and ecotourists and also to develop a conservation management plan for Tetepare.
Description: v. ill. 23 cm.
Pages/Duration: 12 p.
ISSN: 0030-8870
Appears in Collections:Pacific Science, Volume 60, Numbers 1, 2006

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