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Title: Gomphus graslinii
Author(s): Torralba Burrial, Antonio
Ocharan Larrondo, Francisco Javier
Outomuro Priede, David
Azpilicueta Amorín, Mónica
Cordero Rivera, Adolfo
Keywords: Odonata
Conservation
Biological Conservation
Conservation biology
Aquatic insects
Distribution
Habitats
Habitats Directive
Life cycles
Biomonitoring
Issue date: 2012
Citation: Torralba-Burrial, A., Ocharan, F.J., Outomuro, D., Azpilicueta, M. y Cordero, A. 2012. Gomphus graslinii. En: VV.AA., Bases ecológicas preliminares para la conservación de las especies de interés comunitario en España: Invertebrados. Ministerio de Agricultura, Alimentación y Medio Ambiente. Madrid. 81 pp.
Abstract: Conservation status and Spanish distribution of protected invertebrate species included in the Habitats Directive (European Union Directive 92/43/CEE) is evaluated. Bibliographic records are analysed in each bioregion, species biology, reproductive habitats and relationship with habitats included in Habitats Directive, percentages of populations within Nature 2000 network and their threats are evaluated with more details when are known. A monitoring program is proposed. In this chapter, populations of Coenagrion mercuriale are analysed. External Internet address of this chapter in the Ministry webpage http://bit.ly/13fmOxF
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10651/17935
Local identifier: NIPO: 280-12-260-7
Sponsored: Ministerio de Agricultura, Alimentación y Medio Ambiente
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