Further analyses of data from Tracewski et al., with respect to criterion B2

Further analysis of the data outputs of Tracewski et al. (2016) has identified an additional seven species that could potentially warrant uplisting based on data relevant to criterion B2. The first topic outlining these analyses can be found here, and that topic remains open for a small number of species.

The table outlining the additional seven species can be found here: Assessment of further species with potential uplisting under criterion B2



Tracewski, Ł.; Butchart, S. H. M.; Di Marco, M.; Ficetola, G. F.; Rondinini, C.; Symes, A.; Wheatley, H.; Beresford, A. E.; Buchanan, G. M. 2016. Toward quantification of the impact of 21st-century deforestation on the extinction risk of terrestrial vertebrates. Conservation Biology 30: 1070-1079.

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One Response to Further analyses of data from Tracewski et al., with respect to criterion B2

  1. James Westrip (BirdLife) says:

    Preliminary proposals

    Based on available information, including additional information from the Brazilian Red List, our preliminary proposal for the 2018 Red List would be to list:

    Buff-breasted Tody-tyrant as Vulnerable under criterion B2ab(i,ii,ii,v)

    Macgregor’s Honeyeater as Endangered under criterion B2ab(v)

    Yap Olive White-eye as Near Threatened under criteria B1ab(v)+2ab(v); D2

    Golden-winged Laughingthrush as Endangered under criteria B1ab(i,ii,iii,iv,v)+2ab(i,ii,iii,iv,v).

    Bougainville Bush-warbler as Near Threatened under criteria B1ab(iii,v)+2ab(iii,v); C2a(i).

    Blue-eared Lory as Near Threatened under criteria B1ab(v)+2ab(v).

    The preliminary proposal for Giant White-eye is to pend a decision until 2019 and so retain the current listing as part of the 2018 Red List update.

    There is now a period for further comments until the final deadline in mid-July, after which the recommended categorisations will be put forward to IUCN.

    Please note that we will then only post final recommended categorisations on forum discussions where these differ from the initial proposal.

    The final 2018 Red List categories will be published on the BirdLife and IUCN websites in November, following further checking of information relevant to the assessments by both BirdLife and IUCN.

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