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Red List of Bulgarian vascular plants

@inproceedings{Anchev2009RedLO,
  title={Red List of Bulgarian vascular plants},
  author={Mincho E. Anchev and Iva Apostolova and Boris Assyov and Svetlana T. Bancheva and Cvetomir M. Denchev and Dimitar Dimitrov and Dessislava I. Dimitrova and L. Evstatieva and E. Genova and Valeri Georgiev and Valentina Goranova and Chavdar Gussev and Pepa Ignatova and Daniella Ivanova and Tenyo Meshinev and Dimitar Peev and Anastasia Petrova and Antoaneta S. Petrova and Dessislava Sopotlieva and Stefan Stanev and Milka P. Stoeva and Stoyan Stoyanov and Alexander Tashev and Anita G. Tosheva and Sonya Tsoneva and Rossen Tzonev and Antonina Vitkova and Vladimir Vladimirov},
  year={2009}
}
The national threat status of 898 species of vascular plants from the Bulgarian flora has been evaluated using Version 3.1 of the IUCN Red List Categories and Criteria. The resulting Red List of the Bulgarian vascular plants (threat categories) comprises 801 species (20.5 % of the total flora), of which one Extinct (EX), 12 Regionally Extinct (RE), 208 Critically Endangered (CR), 297 Endangered (EN), 204 Vulnerable (VU), and 79 Near Threatened (NT). The list of other evaluated species comprises… 

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