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Forests of New Guinea
Bib ID 3296873
Format BookBook
Description Suva, Fiji : WWF South Pacific Programme, c2002 
1 folded sheet ([8] p.) : col. ill., 2 col. maps ; 29 cm. 
Series

Global 200 : blueprint for a living planet.

Pacific ecoregions in action.

Notes

Cover title.

Subjects Forest ecology -- Papua New Guinea.  |  Forest conservation -- Papua New Guinea.
Other authors/contributors World Wide Fund for Nature. South Pacific Program

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