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A database of threat statuses and life-history traits of Red List species in Flanders (northern Belgium)
Maes, D.; Brosens, D.; T’jollyn, F.; Desmet, P.; Piesschaert, F.; Van Hoey, S.; Adriaens, T.; Dekoninck, W.; Devos, K.; Lock, K.; Onkelinx, T.; Packet, J.; Speybroeck, J.; Thomaes, A.; Van Den Berge, K.; Van Landuyt, W.; Verreycken, H. (2019). A database of threat statuses and life-history traits of Red List species in Flanders (northern Belgium). Biodiversity Data Journal 7: e34089. https://dx.doi.org/10.3897/bdj.7.e34089
In: Biodiversity Data Journal. Pensoft Publishers: Sofia. ISSN 1314-2828
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Author keywords
    Red List, Flanders (northern Belgium), life-history traits, IUCN, threatened species, conservation

Authors  Top 
  • Maes, D.
  • Brosens, D.
  • T’jollyn, F.
  • Desmet, P.
  • Piesschaert, F.
  • Van Hoey, S.
  • Adriaens, T.
  • Dekoninck, W.
  • Devos, K.
  • Lock, K.
  • Onkelinx, T.
  • Packet, J.
  • Speybroeck, J.
  • Thomaes, A.
  • Van Den Berge, K.
  • Van Landuyt, W.
  • Verreycken, H.

Abstract
    Red Lists estimate the extinction risk of species at global or regional levels and are important instruments in conservation policies. Global Red List assessments are readily available via the IUCN website (https://www.iucnredlist.org) and are regularly updated by (taxonomic) experts. Regional Red Lists, however, are not always easy to find and often use local criteria to assess the local extinction risk of species.

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