The forests around Tolagnaro, on Madagascar’s southeastern coast, are incredibly rich, with over three hundred endemic tree species. Based on ten years of surveys by leading botanists from the Rio Tinto environmental team, the Missouri Botanical Garden, and the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, this illustrated field guide includes short descriptions and photographs useful for field identification. Available in both English and French editions, the book covers all known tree species and is an invaluable tool for conservationists.
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David Rabehevitra, Johny Rabenantoandro, and Faly Randriatafika work for QIT Madagascar Minerals. Stephanie Channeliere works for Biodiversity International. Stuart Cable is Madagascar Science Team Leader at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.
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