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IUCN Publication

L'atlas pour la conservation des forêts tropicales d'Afrique

First edited in English, this is the first fully comprehensive study of the current state of the tropical moist forests of Africa. African moist forests, containing well over half the continent's biological diversity, are disappearing at a rate of about 2 per year, the fastest in the world.

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1996
IUCN Publication

The conservation atlas of tropical forests : Africa

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1992
IUCN Publication

The conservation atlas of tropical forests : Asia and the Pacific

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1991
IUCN Publication

Swallowtail butterflies : an action plan for their conservation

This is the first insect Action Plan prepared by the IUCN Species Survival Commission, and was chosen because swallowtail butterflies are perhaps the most charismatic to non-entomologists.

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1991
IUCN Publication

The last rain forests

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1990
IUCN Grey Literature

Butterfly houses in Britain : the conservation implications : a report

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1987
Non IUCN Publication

Kora : an ecological inventory of the Kora national reserve, Kenya

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1986
IUCN Grey Literature

Insects and other invertebrates as candidates for the Bern Convention

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1986
IUCN Publication

Threatened swallowtail butterflies of the world

This publication has been scanned by the Biodiversity Heritage Library and Google Books.

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1985
IUCN Publication

The IUCN invertebrate red data book

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1983
Non IUCN Publication

Assessing the distribution and status of the world's tropical forests

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