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NATURA 2000 - STANDARD DATA FORM

For Special Protection Areas (SPA),
Proposed Sites for Community Importance (pSCI),
Sites of Community Importance (SCI) and
for Special Areas of Conservation (SAC)

TABLE OF CONTENTS

1. SITE IDENTIFICATION

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1.1 Type

C

1.2 Site code

CY4000004

1.3 Site name

VOUNI PANAGIAS

1.4 First Compilation date

2000-02

1.5 Update date

2018-08

1.6 Respondent:

Name/Organisation:Costas HadjipanayiotouDirectorDepartment of Environment
Address:               
Email:director@environment.moa.gov.cy

1.7 Site indication and designation / classification dates

Date site classified as SPA:2005-12
National legal reference of SPA designation No data
Date site proposed as SCI:2004-05
Date site confirmed as SCI:2008-03
Date site designated as SAC: No data
National legal reference of SAC designation: No data

2. SITE LOCATION

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2.1 Site-centre location [decimal degrees]:

Longitude:32.632200
Latitude:34.901700

2.2 Area [ha]

946.9100

2.3 Marine area [%]

0.0000

2.4 Sitelength [km]:

18.99

2.5 Administrative region code and name

NUTS level 2 code Region Name
CY00Kypros / Kıbrıs

2.6 Biogeographical Region(s)

Mediterranean (100.00 %)

3. ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION

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3.1 Habitat types present on the site and assessment for them

Annex I Habitat types Site assessment
Code PF NP Cover [ha] Cave [number] Data quality A|B|C|D A|B|C
      RepresentativityRelative SurfaceConservationGlobal
5330  info      4.735  0.00 
5420  info      94.691  0.00 
6220  info  X     104.16  0.00 
8210  info      4.735  0.00 
8310  info      0.00 
9290  info      47.346  0.00 
93A0  info      170.444  0.00 
9540  info      75.753  0.00 
  • PF: for the habitat types that can have a non-priority as well as a priority form (6210, 7130, 9430) enter "X" in the column PF to indicate the priority form.
  • NP: in case that a habitat type no longer exists in the site enter: x (optional)
  • Cover: decimal values can be entered
  • Caves: for habitat types 8310, 8330 (caves) enter the number of caves if estimated surface is not available.
  • Data quality: G = 'Good' (e.g. based on surveys); M = 'Moderate' (e.g. based on partial data with some extrapolation); P = 'Poor' (e.g. rough estimation)

3.2 Species referred to in Article 4 of Directive 2009/147/EC and listed in Annex II of Directive 92/43/EEC and site evaluation for them

Species Population in the site Site assessment
G Code Scientific Name S NP T Size Unit Cat. D.qual. A|B|C|D A|B|C
      MinMax  Pop.Con.Iso.Glo.
BA402Accipiter brevipes           
BA085Accipiter gentilis           
BA085Accipiter gentilis                       
BA295Acrocephalus schoenobaenus           
BA257Anthus pratensis           
BA257Anthus pratensis           
BA256Anthus trivialis           
BA226Apus apus           
BA228Apus melba           
BA222Asio flammeus           
BA221Asio otus           
BA087Buteo buteo           
BA403Buteo rufinus           
BA403Buteo rufinus     
I1078Callimorpha quadripunctaria           
BA224Caprimulgus europaeus    40  50   
BA365Carduelis spinus           
BA081Circus aeruginosus           
BA082Circus cyaneus           
BA083Circus macrourus           
BA084Circus pygargus           
BA211Clamator glandarius           
BA211Clamator glandarius           
BA373Coccothraustes coccothraustes           
R2447Coluber cypriensis           
BA231Coracias garrulus           
BA113Coturnix coturnix           
BA122Crex crex           
BA212Cuculus canorus           
BA253Delichon urbica           
BA447Emberiza caesia    50  80   
BA382Emberiza melanocephala           
BA269Erithacus rubecula           
BA100Falco eleonorae           
BA103Falco peregrinus     
BA099Falco subbuteo           
BA097Falco vespertinus           
BA321Ficedula albicollis           
BA322Ficedula hypoleuca           
BA320Ficedula parva           
BA442Ficedula semitorquata           
BA359Fringilla coelebs           
BA360Fringilla montifringilla           
BA078Gyps fulvus           
BA078Gyps fulvus           
BA093Hieraaetus fasciatus           
BA299Hippolais icterina           
BA438Hippolais pallida           
BA438Hippolais pallida           
BA252Hirundo daurica           
BA252Hirundo daurica           
BA251Hirundo rustica           
BA251Hirundo rustica           
BA233Jynx torquilla           
BA338Lanius collurio           
BA338Lanius collurio           
BA339Lanius minor           
BA433Lanius nubicus           
BA433Lanius nubicus    40  60   
BA341Lanius senator           
BA341Lanius senator           
BA246Lullula arborea           
BA271Luscinia megarhynchos           
BA230Merops apiaster           
BA383Miliaria calandra           
BA383Miliaria calandra           
BA280Monticola saxatilis           
BA281Monticola solitarius           
BA262Motacilla alba           
BA262Motacilla alba           
BA260Motacilla flava           
BA319Muscicapa striata           
BA467Oenanthe cypriaca    100  250   
BA435Oenanthe isabellina           
BA277Oenanthe oenanthe           
BA337Oriolus oriolus           
M4005Ovis orientalis ophion           
BA470Parus ater cypriotes           
BA355Passer hispaniolensis           
BA355Passer hispaniolensis           
BA072Pernis apivorus           
P2210Phlomis cypria    100  130   
BA273Phoenicurus ochruros           
BA274Phoenicurus phoenicurus           
BA315Phylloscopus collybita           
BA315Phylloscopus collybita           
BA314Phylloscopus sibilatrix           
BA316Phylloscopus trochilus           
BA316Phylloscopus trochilus           
I4023Propomacrus cypriacus                   
BA266Prunella modularis           
BA317Regulus regulus           
M1304Rhinolophus ferrumequinum           
M4002Rousettus aegyptiacus           
BA275Saxicola rubetra           
BA276Saxicola torquata           
P2296Scilla morrisii    251  500   
BA155Scolopax rusticola           
BA210Streptopelia turtur           
BA210Streptopelia turtur           
BA351Sturnus vulgaris           
BA311Sylvia atricapilla           
BA310Sylvia borin           
BA309Sylvia communis           
BA308Sylvia curruca           
BA306Sylvia hortensis           
BA468Sylvia melanothorax    100  200   
BA307Sylvia nisoria           
BA440Sylvia rueppelli           
BA333Tichodroma muraria           
BA286Turdus iliacus           
BA283Turdus merula           
BA285Turdus philomelos           
BA284Turdus pilaris           
BA282Turdus torquatus           
BA287Turdus viscivorus           
BA213Tyto alba                       
BA232Upupa epops           
BA232Upupa epops           
  • Group: A = Amphibians, B = Birds, F = Fish, I = Invertebrates, M = Mammals, P = Plants, R = Reptiles
  • S: in case that the data on species are sensitive and therefore have to be blocked for any public access enter: yes
  • NP: in case that a species is no longer present in the site enter: x (optional)
  • Type: p = permanent, r = reproducing, c = concentration, w = wintering (for plant and non-migratory species use permanent)
  • Unit: i = individuals, p = pairs or other units according to the Standard list of population units and codes in accordance with Article 12 and 17 reporting (see reference portal)
  • Abundance categories (Cat.): C = common, R = rare, V = very rare, P = present - to fill if data are deficient (DD) or in addition to population size information
  • Data quality: G = 'Good' (e.g. based on surveys); M = 'Moderate' (e.g. based on partial data with some extrapolation); P = 'Poor' (e.g. rough estimation); VP = 'Very poor' (use this category only, if not even a rough estimation of the population size can be made, in this case the fields for population size can remain empty, but the field "Abundance categories" has to be filled in)

3.3 Other important species of flora and fauna (optional)

Species

Population in the site

Motivation

Group CODE Scientific Name S NP Size Unit Cat. Species Annex Other categories
     MinMax C|R|V|PIVVABCD
A411Alectoris chukar                   
Anacamptis pyramidalis                   
A218Athene noctua                   
1201Bufo viridis                   
Calosoma sycophanta                   
A366Carduelis cannabina                   
A364Carduelis carduelis                   
A363Carduelis chloris                   
A288Cettia cetti                   
Charaxes jasius                   
A289Cisticola juncidis                   
1280Coluber jugularis                   
1285Coluber nummifer                   
A206Columba livia                   
A208Columba palumbus                   
A350Corvus corax                   
1228Cyrtopodion kotschyi                   
2439Eumeces schneideri                   
A096Falco tinnunculus                   
A244Galerida cristata                   
2362Hyla savignyi                   
5365Hypsugo savii                 
Limodorum abortivum                   
2441Mabuya vittata                   
2466Malpolon monspessulanus                   
Orchis quadripunctata                   
A330Parus major                   
Pontia chloridice                   
A250Ptyonoprogne rupestris                   
1212Rana ridibunda                   
Ranunculus creticus                   
A361Serinus serinus                   
2010Vipera lebetina                   
  • Group: A = Amphibians, B = Birds, F = Fish, Fu = Fungi, I = Invertebrates, L = Lichens, M = Mammals, P = Plants, R = Reptiles
  • CODE: for Birds, Annex IV and V species the code as provided in the reference portal should be used in addition to the scientific name
  • S: in case that the data on species are sensitive and therefore have to be blocked for any public access enter: yes
  • NP: in case that a species is no longer present in the site enter: x (optional)
  • Unit: i = individuals, p = pairs or other units according to the standard list of population units and codes in accordance with Article 12 and 17 reporting, (see reference portal)
  • Cat.: Abundance categories: C = common, R = rare, V = very rare, P = present
  • Motivation categories: IV, V: Annex Species (Habitats Directive), A: National Red List data; B: Endemics; C: International Conventions; D: other reasons

4. SITE DESCRIPTION

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4.1 General site character

Habitat class % Cover
N0810.00
N0911.00
N1548.00
N1713.00
N1918.00
N220.00
N0810.00
N0911.00
N1548.00
N1713.00
N1918.00
N220.00

Total Habitat Cover

200

Other Site Characteristics

Vouni Panagias is situated at the eastern boundary of Pafos district and comprises the highest part of it with an altitude of 1144 m at the highest peak (Prophitis Elias). The site is surrounded by Asprogia, Panagia, Vrecha, Kilinia and Ampelitis villages. Chrysorrogiatissa and Agia Moni monasteries are found in southwest part of the site.Geology: The central part of the site is composed of Pachna Formation (chalks, marls, marly chalks, chalky marls and calcarenites) and is surrounded by a zone of Lefkara Formation (chalks, marls, marly chalks, chalky marlswith cherts in places as bands or nodules). Around the periphery there are small parts of Kathikas Formation (variably coloured, poorly sorted debrites with angular clasts upto boulder size in a sand and clay matrix), Kannaviou Formation (bentonitic clays interbedded with off-white volcaniclastic sandstones) and Lavas with Volcaniclastic Sediments (olivine-and / or pyroxene-phyric, aphyric pillow lavas with some hyaloclastites, sheet lava flows and dykes, altered to zeolite facies).Climate (meteorological data 1961-1990): The mean yearly rainfall of the area is 779 mm and the mean maximum monthly rainfall, which occurs during November, is 227 mm. The mean daily maximum temperature (August) is 31.4 ° C, the mean daily minimum temperature (December) 7.7 ° C, the highest maximum temperature (August) is 37.3 ° C, the highest minimum temperature (December) is 0.7 ° C and the minimum daily ground temperature (February) is 9° C with 9 frost days per year. VegetationThe characteristic vegetation of Vouni Panagias is the "relic" woodland of Quercus infectoria ssp. veneris (habitat type 93A0). Quercus infectoria occurs in open, small stands or patches and more often in isolated individuals in field margins or within the cultivated fields. Within the site there exist meso-Mediterranean tall (up to 4 m) thickets with species typical of the floristic structure of Quercus infectoria woodland (e.g., Pistacia terebinthus, Styrax officinalis, Crataegus monogyna, Crataegus azarolus) but with very low participation (may be as low as 1-3 young individuals) of Q. infectoria itself. Quercus coccifera, often, participates largely in these communities, too. These thickets occur at few sites, on poorer, rocky limestone slopes, especially where the Quercus infectoria trees were occasionally cut down and constitute a refuge for birds which feed in the area. These thickets, even though they may be degradations of the woodlands with Quercus infectoria, are included in habitat type 93A0 and it is believed that in most cases should they be left undisturbed they would develop to proper woodland.Pinus brutia forest (habitat type 9540) occurs mainly in the northeast part and at a lesser extent in the northwest. At some parts Pinus brutia is sparse and the understorey consists of high shrubs such as Quercus coccifera ssp. calliprinos and Styrax officinalis which dominate at large openings. At other parts the forest is dense with smaller shrubs in the understorey vegetation.Phrygana vegetation (habitat type 5420) is mainly composed of Sarcopoterium spinosum, Lithodora hispidula ssp. versicolor, Thymus integer, Fumana arabica and Helichrysum italicum. Pseudo-steppes with grasses and annuals (habitat type 6220) comprising both annual plants, like Vicia spp., Onobrychis spp., Plantago spp., Scorpiurus muricatus, Bromus spp. and perennials such as Leontodon tuberosus and Hyparrhenia hirta occur in mosaics with phrygana.Cupressus sempervirens forest (habitat type 9290) occurs at the eastern part of the site occupying the steep calcareous slopes.Although Genista fasselata ssp. fasselata occurs at many places as part of the vegetation, especially among phrygana, pure Genista fasselata scrub (habitat type 5330) is restricted to one small patch.Vegetated calcareous inland cliffs with chasmophitic vegetation (habitat type 8210) are mainly composed of Ptilostemon chamaepeuce var. cyprius, Arabis purpurea and Ranunculus creticus.There are 2 caves on the top of Vouni (habitat type 8310) which have not been explored.

4.2 Quality and importance

Vouni Panagias, despite the long human intervention throughout its area, maintains habitats with a considerable degree of naturalness which provide a refuge for a fair number of important flora and fauna species. The steep rocks as well as the various types of shrub and forest are important habitats for birds. The elements of the ecological quality and importance of the site are:1) The site includes 8 habitat types listed on Annex I 92/43/EEC (or accepted new additions to the Annex) and 2 plant species listed on Annex II. Another 53 important plant species, 43 of them endemic grow in the site. Most importantly, the site includes some of the most representative and extended stands of Quercus infectoria forest and it is one of the areas where this habitat has a good potential for regeneration. The old trees of Q. infectoria constitute an important habitat for Propomacrus bimucronatus (a new addition to Annex II). Moreover, Scilla morrisii (an accepted new addition to Annex II as a priority species) has the largest of its only two local populations in Cyprus in Q. infectoria stands in old cultivations near Agia Moni monastery and at Vouni. S. morisii has been considered a relict species of these ancient forests, its survival being depended upon the conservation of the remaining forest fragments.2) The avifauna of the site includes 113 species, 29 of them listed on Annex I 79/409/EEC or new additions to the Annex. Its importance for the birds has led to its proposal as a Special Protection Area (SPA). It is a hunting area for at least 2 pairs (out of the 30 living in Cyprus) of Hieraaetus fasciatus. It is also a breeding area for Buteo rufinus and Falco peregrinus. Until 1990 it was a nesting area for Gyps fulvus. The last three years the site hosts regularly the only single individual of Aegypius monachus, which exists on the island. Also, it maintains one of the last few pairs of Corvus corax in Cyprus. The site is an important station for many Sylviidae species and for large populations of raptors during migration. Tichodroma muraria is found in the area and large populations of all the Turdus species (except T. torquata which is very rare in the site) occurring in Cyprus winter here. The endemic Annex I species (accepted new additions) Parus ater cypriotes, Oenanthe cypriaca and Sylvia melanothorax breed in the site, the latter two in important populations. The endemic Garrulus glandarius glanzeri as well as the very rare Loxia curvirostra guillemardi have been recorded in the site.3) Many individuals of the endemic Ovis gmelini ophion (accepted new addition to Annex II 92/43/EEC) are permanent residents of the area, especially after the mating period. The site is certainly a mating area for the species and since the cliffs of the site provide suitable place it is quite possible that this is a breeding area too.4) The site hosts several other important fauna species, in total 22 mammals, amphibians and reptiles, 62 insects (36 of them endemic) and 4 endemic land snails. Notably, it provides a habitat for one of the few populations of Coluber cypriensis (accepted new addition to Annex II 92/43/EEC as a priority species) and for the Annex II insects Callimorpha quadripunctata and Propomacrus bimucronatus. The latter has been found at few sites in Cyprus and has in the site one of its most important (up to now) populations.Other Important Species with Motivation D (3.3, 3.4)Glaucosciadium cordifolium (Glaucosciadium is a monotypic genus) is a subenedmic species occurring only in Cyprus and Turkey. Ranunculus creticus, an extremely rare species in Cyprus, has been recorded only from Vouni Panagias and Arminiou cliff. The species occurs only in Crete, Karpathos and Cyprus. Onosma mitis is a subendemic species occurring in Cyprus and Turkey. Allium paniculatim ssp. exaltatum is probably endemic to Cyprus. According to the IUCN-WCMC database (1997) of threatened plants, Sedum cyprium is rare, Jurinea cypria is vulnerable and Allium willeanum is threatened of indeterminate degree.Corvus corax used to be common in Cyprus but today it should be considered threatened since few pairs have remained on the island. Thersamonia thersamon, Freyeria trochylus are threatened taxa according to Heath (1981). Calosoma sycophanta is an important (determinative for ecosystem balance) threatened taxon (Koomen & van Helsdinger, 1996; Collins & Wells 1987) listed on the European Red List of Globally Threatened Animals and Plants and on the CORINE (1991) threatened species list. Kisanthobia ariasi, Prinobius myardi are threatened taxa according to Speight (1989). Charaxes jasius, Rhesus serricolis are rare taxa (isolated and local to restricted geographic areas or biotopes). Pendoton bidens sulcifrons, Acmaeodera guillebeaui, Stenosis sulcata, Blaps splichali, Uloma cyprea are subendemic taxa (endemic to Cyprus and neighbouring countries). Pelopidas thrax, Broscus nobilis, Ditomus asiaticus, Morion olympicus, Anthaxia lucens phoenica, Chalcophora detrita, Cerambyx nodulosus, Cerambyx welensi, Purpuricenus longevittatus nudicolis, Calchaenesthes oblongomaculatus, Oxylia argentata languida, Coptosia ganglbaueri, Cryptalus parreysi are taxa at the margins of their area of distribution. Pontia chloridice is an important threatened taxon according to Heath (1981) and Koomen & van Helsdinger (1996) and also listed on the CORINE (1991) threatened species list. Empusa fasciata is an important (Koomen & van Helsdinger, 1996) threatened taxon listed on the European Red List of Globally Threatened Animals and Plants.Notes: The snake Macrovipera lebetina lebetina is included in section 3.3 as Vipera lebetina.NOTE: The Cyprus populations of Propomacrus bimucronatus, which has been accepted as new addition to Annex II (Dir. 92/43/EEC), have recently been assigned to Propomacrus cypriacus, a new species endemic to Cyprus. P. cypriacus is important as it is one of the three representatives of the genus Propomacrus in the world (the other 2 are P. davidi in SE China and P. bimucronatus in the E. Mediterranean).

4.3 Threats, pressures and activities with impacts on the site

The most important impacts and activities with high effect on the site

Negative Impacts
RankThreats and pressures [code]Pollution (optional) [code]inside/outside [i|o|b]
MA01b
HA02i
HA08i
LA10.02b
MC01.07i
LD01.01i
ME01i
MF03.01b
MF03.02i
HF03.02.03b
HI02b
HJ01.01b
LL09b
MA01b
HA02i
HA08i
LA10.02b
MC01.07i
LD01.01i
ME01i
MF03.01b
MF03.02i
HF03.02.03b
HI02b
HJ01.01b
LL09b
Positive Impacts
RankActivities, management [code]Pollution (optional) [code]inside/outside [i|o|b]
LA01b
LBi
LA01b
LBi

Rank: H = high, M = medium, L = low
Pollution: N = Nitrogen input, P = Phosphor/Phosphate input, A = Acid input/acidification,
T = toxic inorganic chemicals, O = toxic organic chemicals, X = Mixed pollutions
i = inside, o = outside, b = both

4.5 Documentation

Alexis R. & Delpont M. 1999. Cetonischema speciosa marchei, sous-espece endemique de Chypre. (Coleoptera Cetoniidae). Lambillionea. XCIL: 389-392. [Insects: 3.3, 3.4, 4.2]Anonymous. 2001. Http:bornova.ege.edutr/-bgocmen/herptiles.cyprus [Herpetofauna: 3.3, 3.4]Bank R.A. & Hovestadt A. 1991. Notes on the Enidae, 3: Revision of the Enidae of Cyprus (Gastropoda: Pupiloidea) (plate1-4). Schr. Malacozool. 4: 1-25. [3.4]Bergmans W. 1994. Taxonomy & Biogeography of African Fruit Bats (Mammalia, Megachiroptera). The Genus Rousettus Gray, 1821. Beaufortia 44: 79-126. [3.2.e]Boehme W. & Wiedl H. 1994. Status and zoogeography of the herpetofauna of Cyprus with taxonomic and natural history notes on selected species (Genera: Rana, Coluber, Natrix, Vipera). Amphibia & Reptilia. Zool. Middle East 10: 31-52. [3.3, 3.4]Collins N.M. & Wells S.M. 1987. Invertebrates in need of special protection in Europe. Council of Europe, Nature and Environment, no 35. 162p. [Insects: 3.3, 3.4, 4.2]CORINE-Biotopes project. 1988. Technical Handbook vol. 1.Cyprus Ornithological Society (Kypriakos Ornithologikos Syndesmos). 1997. Annual Report. [3.2.a, 3.2.b, 3.3, 4.2]Cyprus Ornithological Society (Kypriakos Ornithologikos Syndesmos). 1997. Birds of Cyprus Checklist 1997. Table of monthly sightings & yearly occurrences 1991-1996. [3.2a,b 3.3, 3.4]Cyprus Ornithological Society (Kypriakos Ornithologikos Syndesmos). 1998. Annual Report. [3.2.a, 3.2.b, 3.3, 4.2]Economic Commision for Europe. 1991. European red list of globally threatened animals and plants. United Nations, New York. p. 150.Eddie J. 2000. Butterflies of Cyprus 1998 (Records of a year's sightings). The Amateur Entomologists' Society Pamphlet No.15. [Insects: 3.3, 3.4, 4.2]Georgiou G.P. 2000. Personal communication on the insects. Lemessos. [3.3, 3.4, 4.2]Gramp S. 1994. Handbook of the Birds of Europe the Middle East and North Africa. Birds of the Western Palearctic. Vols I-VIII. 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5. SITE PROTECTION STATUS

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5.1 Designation types at national and regional level:

Code Cover [%]
CY9939.00
CY058.00

5.2 Relation of the described site with other sites:

Designated at national or regional level:

Type code Site name Type Cover [%]
CY05A/A 5004/0.00
CY05DASOS PAFOU/0.00
CY05A/A 6194+6.00
CY99GKREMMOI PANAGIAS+37.00
CY99GKREMMOI KOUKOUS+2.00
CY05A/A 5389*2.00

5.3 Site designation (optional)

The site is proposed as a Special Protection Area (SPA, Dir. 79/409 EEC).

6. SITE MANAGEMENT

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6.1 Body(ies) responsible for the site management:

Organisation:Game and Fauna Services
Address:
Email:wildlife.thira@cytanet.com.cy
Organisation:Department of Environment
Address:
Email:director@environment.moa.gov.cy

6.2 Management Plan(s):

An actual management plan does exist:

X
Yes Name: Δ.Σ. Περιοχής Natura 2000 ‘Vouni Panagias’
Link: http://www.moa.gov.cy/moa/environment/environmentnew.nsf/All/523C67F6DE748DDCC22580840032C35A?OpenDocument

Name: Δ.Σ. Περιοχής Natura 2000 ‘Βουνί Παναγιάς’
Link: http://www.moi.gov.cy/moi/Wildlife/wildlife_new.nsf/All/6D33B5DB087AA3C6C22580E60031B10C?OpenDocument

No, but in preparation
No

 

7. MAP OF THE SITE

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INSPIRE ID:
Map delivered as PDF in electronic format (optional)
Yes
No

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