Working Group on Iberian Lucanidae (GTLI)
4. 9. LUCANUS CERVUS TRADE
information about this topic seems to be completely lacking. Being a sensible
topic, it is difficult to get direct information from entomologists. Some
of them are maybe affraid of recognizing any capture they have done of
L. cervus, in case this could cause them legal problems. Because
collection could become a mith as a conservation problem, without any
solid basis, it is the interest of all parts to get hard facts about its
occurrence and importance.
ot this project are to answer to the following questions:
How to collaborate
Information about any of the
questions above can be sent to GTLI contact addresses.
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