Are Red Lists really useful for plant conservation? The New Red List of the Italian Flora in the perspective of national conservation policies

Sonia Ravera, Gianniantonio Domina, Francesco Maria Raimondo, Patrizia Campisi, Giuseppe Venturella, Gargano, Ravera, Selvaggi, Simonetta Peccenini, Annalisa Santangelo, Rossi, Gigante, Lucchese, Giuseppe Fenu, Farris, Fabrini, Cogoni, Prosser, Gentili, BagellaAbeli, Fabrizio Bartolucci, Wilhalm, Robert P. Wagensommer, Magrini, Perrino, Orsenigo, Gennai, Cogoni, Ardenghi, Conti, Montagnani, Alessandro Alessandrini, Poggio, Nicoletta Tartaglini, Tartaglini, Gianluigi Bacchetta, Miserere, Mauro Iberite, Maurizio Bovio, Zappa, Persiani, Aleffi, Zotti, Blasi, Puglisi, Lorenzo Peruzzi, Castello, Liliana Bernardo, Mariacristina Villani, Foggi, Bedini, Raimondo, Strumia

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Abstract

“The New Red List of the Italian Flora” includes all the Italian policy species and other species of known conservation concerns for a total of 400 taxa, 65% of which are threatened with extinction. The Red List is based on a huge georeferenced data-set useful for conservation purposes.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)187-190
Number of pages4
JournalPLANT BIOSYSTEMS
Volume148
Publication statusPublished - 2014

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Ecology, Evolution, Behavior and Systematics
  • Plant Science

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