Exploitation of the jaguar, Panthera onca and other large forest cats in Suriname.

Kernam, Irvin (2010) Exploitation of the jaguar, Panthera onca and other large forest cats in Suriname. Technical Report.

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    Abstract

    The Guiana’s ecosystems provide habitats to over 4,500 species of flowering plants, 660 species of birds, 300 species of freshwater fishes, 180 species of mammals, 150 species of reptiles and 90 species of amphibians. Of great significance in the Guianas is the large number of wild fauna and flora that are unique to the region. Amongst these are species that are globally in decline but have found safe refuge in the Guianas’ wilderness and are flourishing. Other species are simply endemic to the region, being found in very few other areas of the planet.

    Item Type: Technical Reports (Technical Report)
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      Publisher: WWF Guianas Species Conservation
      Subjects: (A) Biodiversity > (AG) Mammals > (AGB) Carnivores
      (Z) Other or Unspecified
      Publication Sources: (1) Environmental Research Institute
      Date Deposited: 28 Oct 2017 21:37
      Last Modified: 28 Oct 2017 21:37
      URI: http://eprints.uberibz.org/id/eprint/1632

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