The Plants of Mefou proposed National Park, Central Province, Cameroon

A Conservation Checklist

Jean-Michel Onana, Emma Fenton and Yvette Harvey

The Plants of Mefou proposed National Park, Central Province, Cameroon
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Jean-Michel Onana, Emma Fenton and Yvette Harvey

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225 pages | 50 color plates, 6 line drawings, 4 maps | 8 x 11/3/4 | © 2011
Paper $73.00 ISBN: 9781842464007 Published June 2014 For sale in Canada, Mexico, and the USA only
Contents
Frontispiece: Sylvestre Naah Ondoah
 
In Memoriam Dr. Louis Elwyn Fay III
 
List of figures
 
Cameroon Plant Conservation Checklists, the Series so far
Martin Cheek
 
Preface
Bryan Carroll
 
Visiting Mefou proposed National Park
Martin Cheek
 
New Name
Martin Cheek
 
Foreword
Martin Cheek
 
Acknowledgements
 
The Checklist Area of Mefou Proposed National Park
Martin Creek
 
Geology, Geomorphology, Soils and Climate
Martin Cheek
 
Vegetation
Martin Cheek
 
The Nyong-Congo Hypothesis
Martin Cheek
 
Human Impacts
Martin Cheek and M. Essama
 
Contribution de la Langue Ewondo à la Connaissance des Plantes du Sud-Cameroun
Jean Michel Onana and Mezili Paul
 
The Evolution of this Checklist
Martin Cheek
 
The History of Botanical Exploration at Mefou
Martin Cheek
 
Endemic, Near Endemic and New Taxa at Mefou
Martin Cheek
 
Morinda mefou (Rubiaceae) a new Species of Forest Climber
Martin Cheek, Seren Thomas and Emile Kami
 
A Phylogenetically Distinct and Critically Endangered New Tree Species of Phyllanthus from Cameroon (Phyllanthaceae, Euphorbiaceae s.l.)
Gill Challen, Maria S. Vorontsova, Harald Schneider, Martin Cheek
 
Red Data Taxa of Mefou
Martin Cheek
 
Figures
 
Bibliography
 
Read This First: Explanatory Notes to the Checklist
Yvette Harvey

Vascular Plant Checklist
 
Index to Vascular Plant Checklist, figures, plates and Red Data plants
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