Manual for compilers; identifying important herpetofaunal areas in Europe; Phase 1: species accounts

A.H.P. Stumpel, K.F. Corbett

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Abstract

The project `Important Herpetofaunal Areas in Europe` (IHA) aims at mapping the areas and sites where threatened reptiles and amphibians (herpetofauna) are living and where rich assemblages of species occur. Phase 1 deals with the most threatened herpetofauna according to a list of target species: 43 reptiles and 16 amphibians. Phase 2 (still underway) covers all European countries of which the nationally important areas will be mapped. A network of co-workers all over Europe has been established. They provide their information by means of a questionnaire, which is a computer programme that can be downloaded from the internet (www.iha.alterra.nl). This manual is meant to provide help when going through the various menus of this questionnaire.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationWageningen
PublisherAlterra
Number of pages50
Publication statusPublished - 2003

Publication series

NameAlterra-rapport
PublisherAlterra
No.821
ISSN (Print)1566-7197

Keywords

  • reptiles
  • amphibia
  • endangered species
  • herpetology
  • wildlife conservation
  • mapping
  • habitats
  • europe

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