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Following publication of the book in 1997, the IUCN Red List of Threatened Plants is finally available as a searchable database on the Web. This impressive database currently contains data on "more than 140,000 plant names, linked to over 190,000 distribution areas ... and over 19,000 data sources." On-site data include scientific and common names, synonyms, global threat status (following the original IUCN threat categories), distribution to local (country or BRU) level, threat status at this level, and CITES listing. For anyone interested in plant conservation at a global level, this is an excellent resource.
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