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Hope for Azorean Invertebrates

Segunda, 11 de Maio de 2020

Last month snail and arthropod experts, farmers, government officials, tourist guides and SSC reps gathered on the island of Santa Maria, Azores, for(...)

Report 2018 is Available

Quinta, 19 de Dezembro de 2019

See the report of our 2018 activities at: http://www.maiisg.com/fotos/publicacoes/1576776849.pdf  

MAIISG Newsletter November 2019

Terça, 26 de Novembro de 2019

Hope that everyone has had a super successful 2019. In this newsletter we have exciting group developments for MAIISG partners work from 2109(...)

MAIISG Newsletter July 2019

Quinta, 25 de Julho de 2019

Hope everyone is well, I expect that many of you currently very busy with projects and fieldwork, and MAIISG wishes you every success. In this(...)

MAIISG Newsletter March 2019

Quarta, 03 de Abril de 2019

New PhD - Martina Panisi- Snails, forest and people: conservation and ecology of terrestrial molluscs in a tropical island São Tomé Island, in(...)

MAIISG Newsletter November 2018

Terça, 27 de Novembro de 2018

Securing the Future of St Helena's Endemic Invertebrates by Amy-Jayne Dutton The St Helena Darwin Plus funded invertebrate project finished at the(...)

MAIISG July Newsletter

Terça, 31 de Julho de 2018

New Red list coordinator   We have some good news we have a new Red list coordinator Dinarte Taxeira from Madeira. He is a biologist at the Forest(...)

Newsletter March 2018

Domingo, 08 de Abril de 2018

Newsletter March 2018 Welcome to the first newsletter of the Mid Atlantic Island Invertebrate Specialist Group of 2018. We have some really(...)

Newsletter November 2017

Domingo, 17 de Dezembro de 2017

MAIISG November newsletter Hope everyone is having a good end to 2017, with exciting plans for 2018. This is one of the biggest newsletters we have(...)

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How many endemic species of arthropods are in Madeira archipelago?

There are about 921 arthropod species and subespecies endemic to Madeira. See also http://sea-entomologia.org/IDE@/revista_6B.pdf

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