At the time of writing approximately 5% of Singapore's miniscule land area was zoned for conservation, being mostly secondary forest. Despite that, because of the island's conservation efforts, the country is host to a wide variety of species, often exceeding that of larger nations. This pocket guide highlights the species under threat by giving details of their rarity. a text description and colour photograph, the plant's habitat and ecology, the nature of threats to its existence, its scientific and common names and conservation measures in place. New Paperback Reprint. Originally published in 1995. 158 pages with a bibliography and index.
Weight: 0.4 kg Post free within Malaysia
Published by Singapore Science Centre, 1998