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China Red Data Book of Endangered Animals-Amphibia & Reptilia (China Red Data Book of Endangered Animals)

by Zhao Ermi

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Published by Science Pr .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Animal Rights,
  • Nature,
  • Nature/Ecology

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages330
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13005622M
    ISBN 107030063996
    ISBN 109787030063991

    Anderson’s crocodile newt (Echinotriton andersoni) is distributed in the Central Ryukyu Islands of southern Japan, but environmental degradation and illegal collection over the last several decades have devastated the local populations. It has therefore been listed as a class B1 endangered species in the IUCN Red List, indicating that it is at high risk of extinction in the wild. CITES: a conservation tool: a guide to amending the Appendices to the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora, prepared for the eleventh Meeting of the Conference of the Parties, April Nairobi, Kenya.

    Zhao EM () China Red Data Book of Endangered Animals: Amphibia and Reptilia. Science Press, Beijing. (in Chinese) [赵尔宓 () 中国濒危动物红皮书: 两栖类 和爬行类. Description A fairly large newt among the Cynops species, the female measuring upto 16 cm, the male 12 cm. Head is a little longer than wide and high in the occipital snout is short and rounded, reaching over the lower jaw. Distinct labial lobe. Eye big, situated dorso-laterally.

    An endangered species is a species that is very likely to become extinct in the near future, either worldwide or in a particular political jurisdiction. Endangered species may be at risk due to factors such as habitat loss, poaching and invasive International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) Red List lists the global conservation status of many species, and various other. China Red Data Book of Endangered Animals (Vol.3)Amphibia & Reptilia Author: Zhao Ermi Language: Chinese and English bilingual ISBN/ISSN: Published on: Soft Cover To each species, following items.


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China Red Data Book of Endangered Animals-Amphibia & Reptilia (China Red Data Book of Endangered Animals) by Zhao Ermi Download PDF EPUB FB2

China red data book of endangered animals: Amphibia and Reptilia. Complete Title: China red data book of endangered animals: Amphibia and ReptiliaCited by:   China Red Data Book of Endangered Animals-Amphibia & Reptilia by Zhao Ermi (Compiler) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important.

ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book.

The digit and digit formats both work. The Red Data Book was compiled by more than 40 experts and is based on approximately publications on threatened vertebrate species in China. The book identifies vertebrate species and subspecies as extinct in the wild, endangered, threatened, or rare in China, including almost all of the species on the State Key Protected Animal by: China Red Data Book of Endangered Animals.

Amphibia and Reptilia. Science Press, Beijing, China. Written by Max Sparreboom (boom AT ), Foundation Praemium Erasmianum, Amsterdam First submitted Edited by Meredith J. Mahoney, Michelle S. Koo; Updated by Ann T. Chang (). The International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) Red List of Threatened Species (also known as the IUCN Red List or Red Data List), founded inis the world's most comprehensive inventory of the global conservation status of biological uses a set of criteria to evaluate the extinction risk of thousands of species and ion: Zhao EM (赵尔宓) () China Red Data Book of Endangered Animals: Amphibia and Reptilia (中国濒危动物红皮书: 两栖类和爬行类).Science Press, Beijing.(in Chinese) Zheng GM (郑光美), Wang QS (王岐山) () China Red Data Book of Endangered Animals: Aves (中国濒危动物红皮书: 鸟类).Science Press, Beijing.(in.

Publications advanced search. Publication Type. Zhao EM () China Red Data Book of Endangered Animals: Amphibia and Reptilia. Science Press, Beijing. (in Chinese) [赵尔宓 () 中国濒危动物红皮书: 两栖类和爬行类.

科学出版社, 北京.] Zhao EM, Huang MH, Zong Y () Fauna Sinica (Reptilia 3): Squamata (Serpentes)). Science Press, Beijing. (in Chinese). Zhao, E.M. () China Red Data Book of Endangered Animals: Amphibia and Reptilia. Science Press, Beijing, China. Zhao, E.M. () Snakes of China (I). Anhui Science and Technology Press.

The Chinese government has declared the species a Class II Protected Species, and it is listed as Critically Endangered in the Chinese Red Book of Amphibians and Reptiles and as Data Deficient.

Rare and Economic Amphibians of China. Sichuan Publishing House of Science and Technology, Chengdu. Zhao, E. China Red Data Book of Endangered Animals: Amphibia and Reptilia. Science Press: Endangered Species Scientific Commission, P.R.C., Beijing.

Zhao, E. ''Distribution patterns of amphibians in temperate East Asia.''. Zhao () China Red Data Book of Endangered Animals – Amphibia and Reptilia Science Press Beijing Google Scholar E.

Zhao () ArticleTitle Revised list of amphibia and reptilia in China Sichuan J. Zool. 19 IssueID 3 – Aim and details of the revised Red List and Red Data Book The first Red Data Book of animals, compiled in by the Environment Agency, needed a periodical revision as a result of changes in wildlife distribution and habitat.

In addition, IUCN adopted a revised set of Red List Categories in Because of these two reasons, the Environment. In: Zhao EM (ed) China Red Data Book of Endangered Animals, amphibia and reptilia. Science Press, Beijing Microsatellite primer development for the king ratsnakes Elaphe carinata (Colubridae).

China Species Red List China Red Data Book of Endangered Animals: Amphibia and Reptilia Snakes of China (I) Anhui Science and Technology Press Description of. Eight polymorphic microsatellite loci are described for the endangered Amur ratsnake, Elaphe schrenckii (Colubridae).

Loci were screened in 31 unrelated individuals of E. schrenckii collected from Liaoning Province, China. These markers revealed a high degree of genetic diversity (6–20 alleles per locus) and heterozygosity (H O ranged from toand H E ranged from to ).

Book ID: Title: China Species Red List, Vol. II: Vertebrates (Part 1 + 2) Author: Wang Sung & Xie Yan: Year: Info: Part 1: pp. + 73 pp.

references and bibliography [with references], Part 2: pp. + 74 pp. references and bibliography [with references], num. figs and distribution maps, br. 8 [ x mm] [2 Vols] [bilingual English / Chinese]. Major compilation of data, in English and Chinese throughout, which provides the first systematic data on the endangered animals of this vast and diverse country.

While there are errors and omissions the work is an essential building block for any concerted conservation efforts in China. The categories are based on the criteria set out by the IUCN-SSC for its global Red list, but there are.

China Red Data Book of Endangered Animals: Amphibia and Reptilia. Chen SL, Pang XH, Han JP, Yao H, Luo K. Identification System and Perspective for. China Red Data Book of Endangered Animals: Amphibia and Reptilia. Science Press: Endangered Species Scientific Commission, P.R.C., Beijing.

Zhao, E. ''Distribution patterns of amphibians in temperate East Asia.'' Patterns of Distribution of Amphibians. A Global Perspective. zhu bian Zhao Ermi ; Guo jia huan jing bao hu ju, Zhonghua Renmin Gongheguo bin wei wu zhong ke xue wei yuan hui = China red data book of endangered animals.

Amphibia and reptilia / chief compiler Zhao Ermi ; National Environmental Protection Agency, Endangered Species Scientific Commission, P.R.C.The Red List Index.

The IUCN Red List Index (RLI) provides a clearer view of real trends within different taxonomic groups, and for biodiversity as a whole. Photo: The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species™ The RLI is available for groups in which all species have been assessed at least twice.

Currently, the Index is available for five groups: birds, mammals, amphibians, corals and cycads.Abstract. The king ratsnakes (Elaphe carinata) is widespread in south-eastern China, North Vietnam, and Japan (Ryukyu Islands).The snake is listed as a vulnerable species according to the China Red Data Book of Endangered Animals.

To develop effective conservation strategies for the snake, we need a better understanding of gene flow, population structure and evolutionary history of this.