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Wednesday, November 16, 2016

Serbia Endangered Species

The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species™ for SERBIA in Southeastern Europe lists 9 critically endangered species and 14 endangered species. Serbia's nine critically endangered species are the Adriatic Sturgeon, European Eel, European Mink, Great Sturgeon, Northern Bald Ibis, Russian Sturgeon, Slender-Billed Curlew, Star Sturgeon, and Thorn Sturgeon. Serbia's endangered species: Ampedus quadrisignatus beetle, Barbarea lepuznica flowering plant, Big-Bellied Glandular Bush Cricket, Common Aldrovanda, Dianthus diutinus flowering plant, Egyptian Eagle, Huchen fish, Pannonian Black Hawthorn, Ropalopus ungaricus beetle, Saker Falcon, Serbian Spruce, Striped Nerite aquatic snail, Thick-Shelled River Mussel, and White-Headed Duck. Barbarea lepuznica plants are only located in a couple small areas — (1) northeastern Serbia, east of Belgrade and (2) southwestern Romania in between the communities of Slatina-TimiČ™ (west) and PetroČ™ani and Vulcan (east).

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