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CIPAMEX, CONABIO, FMCN, CCA Important Bird Areas TNC, Conservation Priority Setting for Birds in Latin America SEMARNAP, Official Mexican Norm for Species at Risk

3.2.2 Mammals Instituto de Ecología - UNAM (Ceballos et al.) SEMARNAP, Official Mexican Norm for Species at Risk

      • 3.2.3

        Other Animal Groups SEMARNAP, Official Mexican Norm for Species at Risk (Reptiles, Amphibians, Fish and Invertebrates)

      • 3.2.4

        Vegetation WWF-IUCN, Centres of Plant Diversity. World Resources Institute, The Last Frontier Forests The Nature Conservancy Vegetation Type/Protected Area Gap Annalysis CONABIO-UNAM, Mexican Flora: Richness and Endemisms SEMARNAP, Official Mexican Norm for Species at Risk (Plants and Fungi)

      • 3.2.5

        National Level Select Biogroups Cons. Targets Analysis

  • 4.

    SITES PRIORITIES

4.1.1 CONABIO Priority Regions Terrestrial Freshwater Marine Composite Priorities

      • 4.1.2

        CONABIO Priority Regions Analysis

      • 4.2.1

        Site Identification and Priority Setting Exercises The Conservation Foundation - Maily Terrestrial Secretaría de Desarrollo Social - Mainly Terrestrial World Wildlife Fund - Freshwater Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority, The World Bank, IUCN - Coastal Marine World Wildlife Fund - Coastal Marine Wetlands International/WWF - Coastal Marine RAMSAR Convention on Wetlands - Wetlands Conservación Internacional - Wetlands

      • 4.2.2

        Site Identification and Priority Setting Exercises Analysis

    • 4.3

      Existing Protected Areas Portfolio

    • 4.4

      Ecoregional Level Plans or Select Ecoregional Priorities TNC - Sonoran Desert Terrestrial Ecoregion TNC - Northern Gulf of Mexico Coastal Marine Ecoregion CIPAMEX - Sierra Madre Occidental, old growth forests

5. BIBLIOGRAPHY

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