Invertebrate specialists from accross Europe met in Cardiff on 5-9 September 2003 to discuss conservation action for marine, freshwater and terrestrial invertebrates under the title of 'Red Lists for Invertebrates'.
This paper examines the value of national Red Lists in invertebrate conservation at regional (supra-national) and local (sub-national) scales. Criteria associated with the perceptions of biodiversity among local communities, and the political aspects of biodiversity conservation, in addition to the purely biological criteria of IUCN, are promoted.
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