This volume reports the findings of the 2002 Rapid Assessment Program survey in the dense lowland forests of Haute Dodo and Cavally. The survey revealed a large number of plant species that are found only in these forests, as are nearly half the forest's amphibians. The survey also documents twenty-six other endangered animal species in the region, making this area one of the most important for biodiversity conservation in West Africa.
Leeanne E. Alonso and Guy Rondeau are officers of Conservation International. Francis Lauginie is the director of Africa Nature International.
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