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The 33 Threatened Fungi in Europe

Series: Nature and Environment Series Volume: 136
By: Anders Dahlberg and Hjalmar Croneborg
132 pages, colour photos, distribution maps, photos
The 33 Threatened Fungi in Europe
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Although Europe has a high diversity of fungi and many species are threatened, no fungal species are yet included in the appendices of the Bern Convention or the EU Habitats Directive. Conservation action has often neglected fungi due in part to past insufficient knowledge of their ecology, distribution and status. This report, which contains very detailed information on 33 species threatened in Europe, was originally prepared as a list of candidate species for protection at the European level. They certainly deserve the attention of conservation agencies.

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Series: Nature and Environment Series Volume: 136
By: Anders Dahlberg and Hjalmar Croneborg
132 pages, colour photos, distribution maps, photos
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