Cardamom Mountains: Biodiversity Survey 2000
Fauna & Flora International, 2000 - Biodiversity - 252 pages
A summary of the findings from the biodiversity survey of the Cardamom Mountains in south-west Cambodia, an area of more than 1 million hectares.
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agricultural amphibian animals aquatic Ashwell Asian elephant banteng bats BEBB biodiversity biodiversity conservation biological birds bushmeat Cambodia Cardamom Mountains Central Cardamom Mountains Chapter collected communities conservation concern Daltry Department of Forestry diversity dry deciduous forest endemic Fauna & Flora fish Flora International forest type gaur Global Witness globally threatened Glyphodes habitat loss hill evergreen forest hunters hunting identified Indochina IUCN Khmer Khmer Rouge Koh Kong Koh Kong Province Laos large mammals livelihoods lowland evergreen forest mammals Momberg monitor Mount Samkos Wildlife mountain range O'Som Phnom Penh Phycitinae Phycitinae sp plant populations present survey protected areas Pursat Pyraustinae sp recorded region reptiles rhino River Samkos Basin Samkos Wildlife Sanctuary Siamese crocodile small mammal snout moths Southeast Asia Southeast Thailand Southwest Cambodia specimens survey area T'Mar Bang District Thailand threats tiger trade traps trees Veal Veng District vegetation Vietnam Weiler