Articles | Volume 16, issue 1
https://doi.org/10.5194/we-16-9-2016
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01 Feb 2016
Short communication |  | 01 Feb 2016

Protected areas network and conservation efforts concerning threatened amphibians in the Brazilian Atlantic Forest

F. S. Campos, G. A. Llorente, L. Rincón, R. Lourenço-de-Moraes, and M. Solé

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This study evaluated the efficiency of the protected areas (PAs) from the Brazilian Atlantic Forest on the conservation of threatened amphibian species. This brief overview highlights not only the crisis faced by unprotected amphibians, but it also sounds the alarm regarding the situation of species covered by the PAs network. Such context can improve the environmental actions for the PAs integrity and reduce the extinction risk of threatened amphibian species in this region.
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