I am thrilled too. Times Online has written something about 40.000 species which are now regarded as threatened. If they have compiled all this species that would be more than twice as much than in the last list.
Post by another specialist on May 3, 2006 8:59:09 GMT
if the figure of extinct is the same some must of been rediscovered so reclassified as some new extinctions are there for starters Alburnus akili current IUCN classes it as VU A2de ver 2.3 (1994) Year Assessed 1996 but the new IUCN 2006 its classed as extinct.
I see you have selected "2006" during your search (in the "Red List Assessment Dates" box). These five are only the five extinctions that were assessed as extinct this year. You need to select "All" while searching, then you will search the whole red list.
Me too. I have no problems to find a data record of a single species. But when i am trying to find all the data in a whole category (e.g. all mammals in the Category DD from 2006) the database isn't work properly. Perhaps there are too many accesses at the moment.