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Conservation status of assessed species in EU-25, by taxonomic group

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  • Amphibians are in bad status with nearly 70 % unfavourable assessments.
  • Fish and arthropods have around 60 % unfavourable assessments.
  • The highest percentage of favourable assessments corresponds to vascular plants (over 20 %)
  • Mammals an reptiles are the species group with highest percentage of unknown assessments.

 

Geographical coverage: EU except  Bulgaria and Romania; number of assessments in brackets.

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