Catastrophic ape decline in western equatorial Africa

@article{Walsh2003CatastrophicAD,
  title={Catastrophic ape decline in western equatorial Africa},
  author={P. Walsh and Kate A. Abernethy and M. Bermejo and R. Beyers and P. D. Wachter and Marc Ella Akou and Bas Huijbregts and Daniel Idiata Mambounga and A. K. Toham and A. Kilbourn and S. Lahm and S. Latour and F. Maisels and Christian Mbina and Yves Mihindou and Sosth{\`e}ne Ndong Obiang and Ernestine Ntsame Effa and M. Starkey and P. Telfer and Marc Thibault and C. Tutin and Lee J. T. White and D. Wilkie},
  journal={Nature},
  year={2003},
  volume={422},
  pages={611-614}
}
  • P. Walsh, Kate A. Abernethy, +20 authors D. Wilkie
  • Published 2003
  • Medicine, Biology
  • Nature
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