Rare or Threatened?
releech at TELUSPLANET.NET
Tue Jul 24 06:30:23 CDT 2001
This topic was covered at length on TAXACOM about a year ago or more. In
sum, you have to know if the rarity is a collecting artifact (i.e., not many
collected because of few collectors, collectors not knowing the habitat to
collect in, or what!), or if there really are few individuals of a
particular species. Examples were given for both cases.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Vr. Richard Bejsak-Colloredo-Mansfeld" <ricardo at ANS.COM.AU>
To: <TAXACOM at USOBI.ORG>
Sent: Monday, July 23, 2001 4:03 PM
Subject: Rare or Threatened?
> Dear colleagues,
> I would like to know how to categorize abundance of the insect.
> What is beetle like Rosalia alpina? Rare or Endangered?
> Is there any link between category like:
> Very common - Common - Very abundant - Abundant - Rare - Very rare -
> and category like:
> Common - Vulnerable - Threatened - Endangered - Critically Endangered???
> Is there any paper, publication dealing with this issues?
> Thank you very much for your help.
> Keep care and be of good cheer.
> (name) Vratislav Richard Eugene Maria John Baptist
> (surname) of Bejsak (Bayshark)-Colloredo-Mansfeld
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