Common Standards Monitoring Guidance for Reptiles and Amphibians 2004
Freshwater Terrestrial JNCC Publications Protected Areas UK Biodiversity Habitat classification 1743-8160 Evidence Freshwater Guidance Habitats Protected sites monitoring Reptiles and Amphibians Species Species Status Surveillance and Monitoring UK Species
This guidance deals with Common Standards Monitoring (CSM) for non-marine reptiles and amphibians on designated sites, including SSSIs, ASSIs and Special Areas of Conservation (SACs).
There are 12 species of non-marine reptiles and amphibians (collectively termed herpetofauna) generally accepted to be native to Britain. This document includes guidance on selecting attributes and setting targets for individual species and assemblages of reptiles and amphibians where these are interest features on SSSIs, ASSIs and cSACs.
he guidance is summarised in four tables, which cover the following features:
Great crested newt Triturus cristatus
Natterjack toad Bufo calamita
Reptiles - individual species and assemblages
Resource type Publication
Topic category Environment
Reference date 2004·02·01
JNCC (2004) Common Standards Monitoring Guidance for Reptiles and Amphibians, Version February 2004, JNCC, Peterborough, ISSN 1743-8160.
JNCC and the country nature conservation bodies commenced a programme to develop guidance across the range of species, habitat and earth science features which occur on UK protected sites.
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Metadata date 2019·08·20
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