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A Red Data Book contains lists of species whose continued existence is threatened. Species are classified into different categories of perceived risk. Each Red Data Book usually deals with a specific group of animals or plants (e. reptiles, insects, mosses). They are now being published in many different countries and provide useful information on the threat status of the species. 

The red-listing assessment is a simple logical process to determine the status of threat to a species based on available information. In 2004 a training workshop was conducted in Lao PDR on redlisting assessment methodologies. 

The MWBP red-listing process will be conducted on selected species groups in addition to the flagship species. Of the four Flagship Species of the MWBP, three have been categorized as Critically Endangered (Cr). 

One of the key outputs of this process is production of a Regional Red Data Book for the Lower Mekong Basin in five languages.

The process:

Determine through a consultative process which groups of wetland species to carry out red listing process
Carry out initial red-listing process for flagship and associated species, as part of action planning process
Organise a training workshop on the Red-listing process
National expert groups trained government counterparts collect information on species selected, and carry out process at national level
Regional expert groups meet to collate the data and go through red listing process
Send results to Species Survival Commission for ratification

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red data book is a source book in which they have listed the endangered and extinct wildlife,plants and animals.

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 red data book is a source book in which they have listed the endangered and extinct wildlife,plants and animals.

it clasifies the animals into 9 categories:extinct; extinct in the wild; critically endangered ;endangered ; vulnerable ; near threatened ; least concerned ; data deficient ; and not evaluated.

it is aimed to raise awareness towards conserving natural resources and animals.

it is published by IUCN (International Union OF Conserving Nature and Natural Resources)

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Red data book is the source book which keeps a record of all the endangered plants and animals.it makes us understand about the endangered or extinct organisms.They are arranged in various categorieslike the population of organisms etc.It gives us information about the organism which had lived in the olden period and the names of organisms which are new to us.

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red data book is a branch of plants and animals.

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 Red Data Book is maintained by IUCN. It contains the list or record of information on all the threatened species of plants and animals all over the world.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Red data book
A Red Data Book contains lists of species whose continued existence is threatened. Species are classified into different categories of perceived risk. Each Red Data Book usually deals with a specific group of animals or plants (e. reptiles, insects, mosses). They are now being published in many different countries and provide useful information on the threat status of the species. 

The red-listing assessment is a simple logical process to determine the status of threat to a species based on available information. In 2004 a training workshop was conducted in Lao PDR on redlisting assessment methodologies. 

The MWBP red-listing process will be conducted on selected species groups in addition to the flagship species. Of the four Flagship Species of the MWBP, three have been categorized as Critically Endangered (Cr). 

One of the key outputs of this process is production of a Regional Red Data Book for the Lower Mekong Basin in five languages.

The process:

Determine through a consultative process which groups of wetland species to carry out red listing process
Carry out initial red-listing process for flagship and associated species, as part of action planning process
Organise a training workshop on the Red-listing process
National expert groups trained government counterparts collect information on species selected, and carry out process at national level
Regional expert groups meet to collate the data and go through red listing process
Send results to Species Survival Commission for ratification
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Red data book
A Red Data Book contains lists of species whose continued existence is threatened. Species are classified into different categories of perceived risk. Each Red Data Book usually deals with a specific group of animals or plants (e. reptiles, insects, mosses). They are now being published in many different countries and provide useful information on the threat status of the species. 

The red-listing assessment is a simple logical process to determine the status of threat to a species based on available information. In 2004 a training workshop was conducted in Lao PDR on redlisting assessment methodologies. 

The MWBP red-listing process will be conducted on selected species groups in addition to the flagship species. Of the four Flagship Species of the MWBP, three have been categorized as Critically Endangered (Cr). 

One of the key outputs of this process is production of a Regional Red Data Book for the Lower Mekong Basin in five languages.

The process:

Determine through a consultative process which groups of wetland species to carry out red listing process
Carry out initial red-listing process for flagship and associated species, as part of action planning process
Organise a training workshop on the Red-listing process
National expert groups trained government counterparts collect information on species selected, and carry out process at national level
Regional expert groups meet to collate the data and go through red listing process
Send results to Species Survival Commission for ratification
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The IUCN maintains a Red Data Book which contains a record of animals which are known to be in danger. It includes endangered, vulnerable, rare, extinct etc. species of plants and animals. It helps to create awareness about the various species. Also, the information about status of the species in danger helps in increasing concern and implementing ways to protect and preserve them.

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