Identifying appropriate flagship species: the importance of culture and local contexts

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  title={Identifying appropriate flagship species: the importance of culture and local contexts},
  author={Evan Bowen-Jones and Abigail C Entwistle},
  year={2002}
}
Abstract Overthelast50yearstherehasbeenincreasing selection of flagship species. We then describe threeuse of charismatic large mammals and birds as ‘flagship examples of local flagship species and assess their usespecies’ to raise funds and promote the ethos of con- againstthesecriteria:theAsianelephant Elephas maximusservation. However, species chosen to appeal to donor for the conservation of landscapes in Aceh, Indonesia,and membership groups may not necessarily be con- the flying fox Pteropus… CONTINUE READING

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