Protecting Biodiversity by Empowering People
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Undertake baseline surveys of partulid tree snails to assess the diversity in 4 sites in Solomon Islands namely; East Rennell, East Makira, Nendo and Vanikoro. It is believed that Solomon Islands partulid populations are significantly declining over the past 50 years and a formally published corroborated taxonomy is a prerequisite to informed conservation planning. A primary goal of this to ensure that the regional partulid taxonomy is put on a sound footing for the first time by publishing a formal monographic revision which in turn can contribute to full IUCN Red List assessments of all validated taxa.
Strategic Direction:1 Empower local communities to protect and manage globally significant biodiversity at priority Key Biodiversity Areas under-served by current conservation efforts