Identification Guide for Ivory and Ivory Substitutes.

The Methods, Data and Background Information on Ivory Identification Compiled in This Handbook are the Result of Forensic Research Conducted by The United States National Fish & Wildlife Forensics Laboratory, Located In Ashland, Oregon.

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