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Dutch N W New Guinea A Contribution to the Phytogeography and Flora of the Arfak Mountains, etc

Naturevolume 100page402 (1918) | Download Citation

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THE north-western portion of New Guinea is still a very little known region, owing to the great difficulty of penetrating into the interior mountains, which rise fairly abruptly from the coast to a height of 5000 ft. to 7000 ft.

Dutch N. W. New Guinea. A Contribution to the Phytogeography and Flora of the Arfak Mountains, etc.

By L. S. Gibbs. Pp. iv + 226. (London: Taylor and Francis, 1917.) Price 12s. 6d.

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