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Monthly from Madagascar: Madagascar Fauna Group: August 2005: Volume 2, Issue 7
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Editor: Gareth Kett.
Additional Contributor: Karen Freeman.
Language: English
No. of Pages: 3
Dimensions: 210mm x 297mm x 1mm
Publication Frequency: Monthly

Item Identification Code (UID#): 966
Shelving Location: Newsletters: Madagascar Fauna Group
Estimated Value: £0.50
Purchase Date: 12 December 2006
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Monthly from Madagascar: Madagascar Fauna Group

August 2005: Volume 2, Issue 7

Madagascar Fauna Group (2005).
Stapled Printout

The monthly newsletter of the Madagascar Fauna Group's in-country projects. The main focus of the update is recent news from Ivoloina Parc Zoologique and Betampona Reserve.

The update from Betampona includes the discovery that Mantella laevigata is more widespread there than previously thought. There is news that a snake, species Ithycyphus perineti, has been visiting the kitchen at Rendrirendry. And the Ivoloina news includes a feature on the use of the Traveller's Palm (Ravenala madagascariensis) for building as well as details about the population size of Indri indri at Betampona.


  • Introduction
  • Betampona Reserve
    • Frogs Discovered in Upper Forest
    • Army Helps Educate Children
    • Unusual Kitchen Visitor
  • Ivoloina Park
    • Building with Traveler's Palms
    • Other Wooden Upgrades
  • Indri Population Update
  • More New Items in Online Store
  • Staff Member of the Month: Jean-Noel (Betampona Conservation Agent and Equipment Officer)

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