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Título: The conservation status of the world s reptiles
Autor(es): BÖHM, MONIKA
RAM, MALA
GUO, PENG
HAMILTON, ALISON M.
HARE, KELLY
HEDGES, S. BLAIR
HEIDEMAN, NEIL
HILTON-TAYLOR, CRAIG
HITCHMOUGH, ROD
HOLLINGSWORTH, BRADFORD
HUTCHINSON, MARK
INEICH, IVAN
RHODIN, ANDERS G.J.
IVERSON, JOHN
JAKSIC, FABIAN M.
JENKINS, RICHARD
JOGER, ULRICH
JOSE, REIZL
KASKA, YAKUP
KAYA, U'UR
KEOGH, J. SCOTT
KÖHLER, GUNTHER
KUCHLING, GERALD
STUART, SIMON N.
KUMLUTA', YUSUF
KWET, AXEL
LA MARCA, ENRIQUE
LAMAR, WILLIAM
LANE, AMANDA
LARDNER, BJORN
LATTA, CRAIG
LATTA, GABRIELLE
LAU, MICHAEL
LAVIN, PABLO
VAN DIJK, PETER PAUL
LAWSON, DWIGHT
LEBRETON, MATTHEW
LEHR, EDGAR
LIMPUS, DUNCAN
LIPCZYNSKI, NICOLA
LOBO, AARON S.
LÓPEZ-LUNA, MARCO A.
LUISELLI, LUCA
LUKOSCHEK, VIMOKSALEHI
LUNDBERG, MIKAEL
YOUNG, BRUCE E.
LYMBERAKIS, PETROS
MACEY, ROBERT
MAGNUSSON, WILLIAM E.
MAHLER, D. LUKE
MALHOTRA, ANITA
MARIAUX, JEAN
MARITZ, BRYAN
MARQUES, OTAVIO A.V.
MÁRQUEZ, RAFAEL
MARTINS, MARCIO
AFUANG, LETICIA E.
MASTERSON, GAVIN
MATEO, JOSÉ A.
MATHEW, ROSAMMA
MATHEWS, NIXON
MAYER, GREGORY
MCCRANIE, JAMES R.
MEASEY, G. JOHN
MENDOZA-QUIJANO, FERNANDO
MENEGON, MICHELE
MÉTRAILLER, SÉBASTIEN
AGHASYAN, ARAM
MILTON, DAVID A.
MONTGOMERY, CHAD
MORATO, SÉRGIO A.A.
MOTT, TAMI
MUÑOZ-ALONSO, ANTONIO
MURPHY, JOHN
NGUYEN, TRUONG Q.
NILSON, GÖRAN
NOGUEIRA, CRISTIANO
NÚÑEZ, HERMAN
GARCÍA, ANDRÉS
ORLOV, NIKOLAI
OTA, HIDETOSHI
OTTENWALDER, JOSÉ
PAPENFUSS, THEODORE
PASACHNIK, STESHA
PASSOS, PAULO
PAUWELS, OLIVIER S.G.
PÉREZ-BUITRAGO, NÉSTOR
PÉREZ-MELLADO, VALENTÍN
PIANKA, ERIC R.
AGUILAR, CÉSAR
PLEGUEZUELOS, JUAN
POLLOCK, CAROLINE
PONCE-CAMPOS, PAULINO
POWELL, ROBERT
PUPIN, FABIO
QUINTERO DÍAZ, GUSTAVO E.
RADDER, RAJU
RAMER, JAN
RASMUSSEN, ARNE R.
RAXWORTHY, CHRIS
AJTIC, RASTKO
REYNOLDS, ROBERT
RICHMAN, NADIA
RICO, EDMUND L.
RISERVATO, ELISA
RIVAS, GILSON
DA ROCHA, PEDRO L.B.
RÖDEL, MARK-OLIVER
RODRÍGUEZ SCHETTINO, LOURDES
ROOSENBURG, WILLEM M.
ROSS, JAMES P.
COLLEN, BEN
AKARSU, FERDI
SADEK, RIYAD
SANDERS, KATE
SANTOS-BARRERA, GEORGINA
SCHLEICH, HERMANN H.
SCHMIDT, BENEDIKT R.
SCHMITZ, ANDREAS
SHARIFI, MOZAFAR
SHEA, GLENN
SHI, HAI-TAO
SHINE, RICHARD
ALENCAR, LAURA R.V.
SINDACO, ROBERTO
SLIMANI, TAHAR
SOMAWEERA, RUCHIRA
SPAWLS, STEVE
STAFFORD, PETER
STUEBING, ROB
SWEET, SAM
SY, EMERSON
TEMPLE, HELEN J.
TOGNELLI, MARCELO F.
ALLISON, ALLEN
TOLLEY, KRYSTAL
TOLSON, PETER J.
TUNIYEV, BORIS
TUNIYEV, SAKO
ÜZÜM, NAZAN
VAN BUURT, GERARD
VAN SLUYS, MONIQUE
VELASCO, ALVARO
VENCES, MIGUEL
VESELÝ, MILAN
ANANJEVA, NATALIA
VINKE, SABINE
VINKE, THOMAS
VOGEL, GERNOT
VOGRIN, MILAN
Richard Carl Vogt
WEARN, OLIVER R.
WERNER, YEHUDAH L.
WHITING, MARTIN J.
WIEWANDT, THOMAS
WILKINSON, JOHN
ANDERSON, STEVE
WILSON, BYRON
WREN, SALLY
ZAMIN, TARA
ZHOU, KAIYA
ZUG, GEORGE
ANDRÉN, CLAES
ARIANO-SÁNCHEZ, DANIEL
ARREDONDO, JUAN CAMILO
AULIYA, MARK
AUSTIN, CHRISTOPHER C.
BAILLIE, JONATHAN E.M.
AVCI, AZIZ
BAKER, PATRICK J.
BARRETO-LIMA, ANDRÉ F.
BARRIO-AMORÓS, CÉSAR L.
BASU, DHRUVAYOTHI
BATES, MICHAEL F.
BATISTELLA, ALEXANDRE
BAUER, AARON
BENNETT, DANIEL
BÖHME, WOLFGANG
BOWLES, PHILIP
BROADLEY, DON
BROWN, RAFE
BURGESS, JOSEPH
CAPTAIN, ASHOK
CARREIRA, SANTIAGO
CASTAÑEDA, MARIA DEL ROSARIO
CASTRO, FERNANDO
CATENAZZI, ALESSANDRO
CEDEÑO-VÁZQUEZ, JOSÉ R.
CHAPPLE, DAVID G.
CHANSON, JANICE
CHEYLAN, MARC
CISNEROS-HEREDIA, DIEGO F.
COGALNICEANU, DAN
COGGER, HAL
CORTI, CLAUDIA
COSTA, GABRIEL C.
COUPER, PATRICK J.
COURTNEY, TONY
CRNOBRNJA-ISAILOVIC, JELKA
CROCHET, PIERRE-ANDRÉ
COX, NEIL
CROTHER, BRIAN
CRUZ, FELIX
DALTRY, JENNIFER C.
DANIELS, R.J. RANJIT
DAS, INDRANEIL
DE SILVA, ANSLEM
DIESMOS, ARVIN C.
DIRKSEN, LUTZ
DOAN, TIFFANY M.
DODD, C. KENNETH
HAMMERSON, GEOFFREY
DOODY, J. SEAN
DORCAS, MICHAEL E.
DUARTE DE BARROS FILHO, JOSE
EGAN, VINCENT T.
EL MOUDEN, EL HASSAN
EMBERT, DIRK
ESPINOZA, ROBERT E.
FALLABRINO, ALEJANDRO
FENG, XIE
FENG, ZHAO-JUN
HOFFMANN, MICHAEL
FITZGERALD, LEE
FLORES-VILLELA, OSCAR
FRANÇA, FREDERICO G.R.
FROST, DARRELL
GADSDEN, HECTOR
GAMBLE, TONY
GANESH, S.R.
GARCIA, MIGUEL A.
GARCÍA-PÉREZ, JUAN E.
GATUS, JOEY
LIVINGSTONE, SUZANNE R.
GAULKE, MAREN
GENIEZ, PHILIPPE
GEORGES, ARTHUR
GERLACH, JUSTIN
GOLDBERG, STEPHEN
GONZALEZ, JUAN-CARLOS T.
GOWER, DAVID J.
GRANT, TANDORA
GREENBAUM, ELI
GRIECO, CRISTINA
Assunto: REPTILIA
CONSERVACAO
ISSN: 0006-3207
Revista: Biological Conservation
Volume: 157
Resumo: Effective and targeted conservation action requires detailed information about species, their distribution, systematics and ecology as well as the distribution of threat processes which affect them. Knowledge of reptilian diversity remains surprisingly disparate, and innovative means of gaining rapid insight into the status of reptiles are needed in order to highlight urgent conservation cases and inform environmental policy with appropriate biodiversity information in a timely manner. We present the first ever global analysis of extinction risk in reptiles, based on a random representative sample of 1500 species (16% of all currently known species). To our knowledge, our results provide the first analysis of the global conservation status and distribution patterns of reptiles and the threats affecting them, highlighting conservation priorities and knowledge gaps which need to be addressed urgently to ensure the continued survival of the world's reptiles. Nearly one in five reptilian species are threatened with extinction, with another one in five species classed as Data Deficient. The proportion of threatened reptile species is highest in freshwater environments, tropical regions and on oceanic islands, while data deficiency was highest in tropical areas, such as Central Africa and Southeast Asia, and among fossorial reptiles. Our results emphasise the need for research attention to be focussed on tropical areas which are experiencing the most dramatic rates of habitat loss, on fossorial reptiles for which there is a chronic lack of data, and on certain taxa such as snakes for which extinction risk may currently be underestimated due to lack of population information. Conservation actions specifically need to mitigate the effects of human-induced habitat loss and harvesting, which are the predominant threats to reptiles. (C) 2012 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.
URI: http://repositorio.inpa.gov.br/handle/123/1274
ISSN: 0006-3207
DOI: https://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.biocon.2012.07.015
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