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Western samoa

western samoa

A group of islands of samoa, in the southwest central pacific ocean. They are a kingdom whose capital is apia. They were jointly administered by england, the united states, and germany 1889-99, with the chief islands of savai'I and upolu recognised as german until 1919. Western samoa gained independence in 1962.

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Global Crayfish Distribution and Interspecific Competition

... Brazil, if not further; in those of Chili and those of Costa Rica in western South America; in the Upper Nile, in West Africa, in Natal, in the ... of the Polynesian Triangle having permanent freshwater systems [from Samoa to the Marquesas and northeast to Hawaii]; the West Indies (Caribbean ...

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