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CLOSE THIS BOOKButterfly Farming in Papua New Guinea (BOSTID, 1983, 28 p.)
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VIEW THE DOCUMENTAcknowledgments
VIEW THE DOCUMENTPanel on Butterfly Farming in Papua New Guinea
VIEW THE DOCUMENTContributors
VIEW THE DOCUMENTPreface
VIEW THE DOCUMENT1 Introduction and Summary
VIEW THE DOCUMENT2 Butterfly Status and Conservation
VIEW THE DOCUMENT3 History and Government Policy
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4 Operating a Butterfly Farm
VIEW THE DOCUMENT5 Application to Other Nations
Appendixes
VIEW THE DOCUMENTAdvisory Committee on Technology Innovation
VIEW THE DOCUMENTBoard on Science and Technology for International Development

Contributors

Papua New Guinea

PETER CLARK, Manager, Insect Farming and Trading Agency, Bulolo
CAROLE GABARA, Wildlife Division, Department of Oro Province, Popondetta
WASAM GARARA, Wildlife Division, Department of Oro Province, Popondetta
KAROL KISOKAU, Director, Office of Environment and Conservation, Waigani
NAVU KWAPENA, Division of Wildlife, Department of Lands and Environment, Konedobu
MIRO LAUFA, Crocodile Section, Department of Lands and Environment, Konedobu
LEO NING, Division of Wildlife, East Sepik Province, Wewak
RODERICK ORARI, Butterfly farmer, Popondetta
MICHAEL PARSONS, Ecologist, Insect Farming and Trading Agency, Bulolo
BLU RAIRI, Butterfly farmer, Maprik

Other Countries

K. S. BROWN, JR., Department of Zoology, State University of Campinas, Sao Paulo, Brazil
N. M. COLLINS, Co-compiler, Invertebrate Red Data Book, International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources, Cambridge, England
WAYNE GAGNE, Bishop Museum, Honolulu, Hawaii
ANGUS HUTTON, Garaina Farms, Gympie, Queensland, Australia
ASHLEY C. MORTON, Department of Biology, The University, Southampton, England
FRED PARKER, Kirwan, Queensland, Australia

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NOEL D. VIETMEYER, Professional Associate, Board on Science and Technology for International Development, Butterfly Study Director

National Research Council Staff

F. R. RUSKIN, BOSTID Editor
MARY JANE ENGQUIST, Staff Associate
CONSTANCE REGES, Administrative Secretary

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