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Ethnobotany of the Lega in the Tropical Rain Forest of Eastern Zaire: Part One, Zone de Mwenga
  TERASHIMA, Hideaki, MALASI, Ngandu M. (1991-03)
  African study monographs. Supplementary issue, 15: 1-61
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Ethnobotany of the Lega in the Tropical Rain Forest of Eastern Zaire: Part Two, Zone de Walikale
  TERASHIMA, Hideaki, KALALA, Seya, MALASI, Ngandu (1992-11)
  African study monographs. Supplementary issue, 19: 1-60
ETHNOBOTANY OF THE PENAN BENALUI OF EAST KALIMANTAN, INDONESIA: DIFFERENCE OF ETHNOBOTANICAL KNOWLEDGE AMONG VILLAGERS OF LONG BELAKA
  KOIZUMI, Miyako (2005-03)
  African study monographs. Supplementary issue, 29: 53-60
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A Preliminary Report on the Ethnobotany of the Suiei Dorobo in Northern Kenya
  ICHIKAWA, Mitsuo (1987-11)
  African study monographs. Supplementary issue, 7: 1-52
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UTILIZATION OF MARANTACEAE PLANTS BY THE BAKA HUNTER-GATHERERS IN SOUTHEASTERN CAMEROON
  HATTORI, Shiho (2006-05)
  African study monographs. Supplementary issue, 33: 29-48
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A Report on the Ethnobotany of the Nyindu in the Eastern Part of the Former Zaire
  YAMADA, Takao (1999-06)
  African Study Monographs, 20(1): 1-72
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FODDER PLANTS FOR CATTLE IN KALIRO DISTRICT, UGANDA
  Tabuti, John R.S., Lye, K.A. (2009-09)
  African Study Monographs, 30(3): 161-170
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CONSTRUCTING AFLORA: A DATABASE OF PLANT USE IN AFRICA
  KIMURA, Daiji (2013-11)
  African Study Monographs, 34(3): 143-159
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A COMPARATIVE ETHNOBOTANY OF THE MBUTI AND EFE HUNTER-GATHERERS IN THE ITURI FOREST, DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO
  TERASHIMA, Hideaki, ICHIKAWA, Mitsuo (2003-03)
  African Study Monographs, 24(1/2): 1-168
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Plantes Utiles Chez les Batiabetuwa de l'Ile de Mbie, Kisangani, Zaire
  KAWUKPA, Udar Uyar'iye, ANGOYO, Mandango Madragule (1994-10)
  African Study Monographs, 15(2): 49-68