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Glossary of Terms

 

 

IUCN:  International Union for the Conservation of Nature

 

EPBC: Environmental Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999

 

AOO - Area of Occurence: the geographical areas in which a species is normally found.

 

EOO - Extent of Occurence

 

 

 

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Key to maps

reddot.png(red dots) core records, known to represent existing locations of focal taxa; in the case of intra-continental migrants, only records approximating the taxon’s breeding distribution are used.

orangedot(orange dots) non-core records, representing vagrant occurrences of the focal taxon obviously outside its usual range, or historical observations of a taxon known to be extinct at that location.

greydot(grey dots) records of other subspecies of the same species as the focal taxon; or in the case of intra-continental migrants, non-breeding records of the focal taxon not included as core records.

blueploy(blue polygons) minimum convex polygons underlying the locational records on the maps that depict each existing taxon’s Extent of Occurrence (EOO).

yellowpoly

(yellow polygons) areas formerly occupied by Extinct taxa.

 

redarrow(red arrows) the location of taxa with very small distributionsand known seabird breeding locations.

Maps were made using the Geoscience Australia Lambert Conformal Conic (GALCC) projection.

 

     

Taxa data image

Black-tailed Godwit (eastern Siberian)

Subspecies Conservation Summary

Image  
Black-tailed Godwit (eastern Siberian)

Image copyright Bird Explorers

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Map of Distribution  
Black-tailed Godwit (eastern Siberian)

Image copyright to Glenn Ehmke, Birds Australia

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Limosa limosa melanuroides

Scolopacidae

Population type  

Population visiting Australia

IUCN Red List Status 2010  

Near Threatened A2b

Environmental Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act Status  

Not listed

Reason if Threatened or Near Threatened  

Declines of 20-29% over last three generations (26 years) based on survey data

IUCN Red List Status 2000  

Near Threatened A4b

Reason if changed in 2010  

Same status but declines assumed to have stopped until better evidence of ongoing declines available

IUCN Red List Status 1990  

Least Concern

Reason if changed in 2000  

Population declines must have been under way

Current Eligibility against IUCN Red List Criteria  

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IUCN Category

Criteria Eligibility

A

Near Threatened - population decline 20-29% over the last 3 generations (26 years) estimated from monitoring

B

Not applicable - EOO greater than 20,000 km², AOO greater than 2,000 km²

C

Not applicable - population greater than 10,000 mature individuals

D

Not applicable - population greater than 1,000 mature individuals, greater than 5 locations

E

Not applicable - no population viability analysis undertaken

IUCN Red List Assessment Data  

.

Parameter  

Estimate

Reliability

Extent of Occurrence   

7,500,000 km²

high

trend  

stable

high

Area of Occupancy  

2,500 km²

low

trend  

stable

medium

Number of Mature Individuals  

70,000

medium

trend  

decreasing

high

Number of sub-populations  

1

high

Number of locations  

greater than 10

high

Largest sub-population  

70,000

medium

Generation time  

8.6 years

high

Global population share  

26-50%

high

Level of genetic exchange  

nil

high


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