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  • Isophya lemnotica

    Limnos Plump Bush-cricket rediscovered

    02.06.2015

    For the first time since its description in 1927, the Limnos Plump Bush-Cricket (Isoypha lemnotica) has been rediscovered on the Greek island Limnos.

  • Newhopper 2014

    Newshopper of the Grasshopper Specialist Group available

    19.08.2014

    The latest Newshopper of the IUCN SSC Grasshopper Specialist Group is available. You can download it from here.

  • IUCN Red List

    IUCN Red List wins 2014 Prince Albert II of Monaco Prize for Biodiversity

    22.07.2014

    The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species™ is honoured this year, as we celebrate our 50th Anniversary, with the announcement that it will receive the 2014 Prince Albert II of Monaco Prize for Biodiversity.

  • Ángela Teresita Leiva Sánchez

    Remembering Dra Ángela Leiva Sánchez

    18.06.2014

    It is with great sadness and shock that SSC has learned of the death of Dra Ángela Leiva Sánchez, Chair of the Cuba Plant Specialist Group. Ángela was a committed leader of the conservation community in Cuba. Members of SSC remember her as a brave...

  • Japanese Eel (Anguilla japonica)

    IUCN Red List raises more red flags for threatened species

    12.06.2014

    Almost 80% of temperate slipper orchids and over 90% of lemurs are threatened with extinction, according to the latest update of the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species™. The newly assessed Japanese Eel has been listed as Endangered, while the Brazilian Three...

  • DGfO Logo

    Meeting of the German Society for Orthopterology (DGfO)

    27.03.2014

    The 13th meeting of the German Society for Orthopterology (DGfO) takes place from 28th to 30th of March 2014 in Salzburg (Austria). The congress is organized by the "Haus der Natur".

  • Elephants in Serengeti National Park, Tanzania

    Urgent deal reached for African Elephants

    03.12.2013

    Key states along the illegal ivory value chain have committed to urgent measures to halt the illegal trade and secure elephant populations across Africa. The agreement was reached at the African Elephant Summit convened by the government of Botswana and IUCN...

  • Leatherback turtle swimming amongst fish

    Forest giraffe joins growing number of threatened species

    26.11.2013

    The Okapi – a national symbol of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, also known as the “forest giraffe” – and the sub-Saharan White-winged Flufftail – one of Africa’s rarest birds – are now on the brink of extinction, according to the latest update of The...

  • Clownfish

    IUCN steps up the pace on investigating climate change impacts on wildlife

    18.11.2013

    At a time when global climate change is among the most important of issues for humankind to address, there remains significant uncertainty about how changes in the climate system will impact upon the world’s species and ecosystems, not to mention how...

  • Asian white-backed vulture (Gyps bengalensis)

    Conservation in Action: The Road to Recovery

    23.10.2013

    From saving the world’s most threatened species of sea turtle to bringing unusual amphibians back from the brink of extinction, no conservation challenge is a lost cause if knowledge, dedication and strong partnerships are put into play. This is the message...

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