P. palu­di­cola lat­est devel­op­ment


For each species we now start a con­tin­ual doc­u­men­ta­tion of the infor­ma­tion which is gath­ered over time. This we have decided to do because it is becom­ing increas­ingly clear, that the devel­op­ment and changes in the nat­ural habi­tats, and in the occur­ance of the species are hap­pen­ing rapidly. We find it impor­tant that we doc­u­ment as much infor­ma­tion as pos­si­ble in order to estab­lish a rel­a­tive clear pic­ture of what is happening.

The resources of infor­ma­tions are many and var­ied, so infor­ma­tion often becomes spread around on the inter­net and is not col­lected in one place. These infor­ma­tions can come from reports from the local areas, of local experts who observe changes hap­pen­ing, from pri­vate col­lec­tors and local enthu­si­asts who posts on face­book, or it can come from arti­cles, sci­en­tific stud­ies in the fields and many oth­ers. It is there­fore not just one coher­ent report we attempt to make but rather a gath­er­ing of many sources of infor­ma­tion, with the excact men­tion of dates and source of infor­ma­tion. We will how­ever, often not men­tion spe­cific loca­tions pre­cisely, as we wish to pro­tect these as much as possible.

We hope to con­tribute this way to the con­tin­ual increase of under­stand­ing and knowl­edge of the extreme threa­thened sit­u­a­tion of the parosphroe­menus species.


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