Institutional vertebratism hampers insect conservation generally; not just saproxylic beetle conservation

Authors


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Simon Leather, Department of Crop & Environment Science, Harper Adams University, Edgmond, Newport TF10 8NB, UK

Email: sleather@harper-adams.ac.uk

Abstract

Read the Feature Paper: Protected areas and insect conservation: questioning the effectiveness of Natura 2000 network for saproxylic beetles in Italy

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