BLS Rare and Threatened Lichen Recor…

Occurrence dataset published by British Lichen Society

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Summary

Full Title

BLS Rare and Threatened Lichen Records: Wales

Description

A collation of the available records for rare and threatened lichens and lichenicolous fungi in Wales from 1700 to 2012, for purposes of conservation, future monitoring and research. Habitat and substrate information is included where available. Species are included if they are nationally rare or scarce, or have a conservation status other than least concern, data deficient or not evaluated.

Purpose

To collate data on lichen distribution, changes over time, and the conservation value of particular sites.

Temporal coverages

Date range: 01-Jan-1726 - 06-Mar-2013

Language of Metadata

ENGLISH

Language of Data

ENGLISH

Originator
British Lichen Society Royal Botanic Garden, 20A Inverleith Row EH3 5LR Edinburgh United Kingdom
Metadata author
British Lichen Society Royal Botanic Garden, 20A Inverleith Row EH3 5LR Edinburgh United Kingdom
Administrative contact
Dr Janet Simkin

doi:10.15468/eftzci

Published by

British Lichen Society

Publication Date

05-May-2017

Registration Date

12-Jun-2012

Hosted by

National Biodiversity Network

Served by

NBN Atlas

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9,285 Georeferenced data

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Description

The dataset covers the whole of Wales. However surveys have been targeted on particular habitats and geographical areas at different times and the coverage of available records is not complete. The ma… more

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Methodology

Quality control

The data should not be regarded as having comprehensive geographic or taxonomic coverage. The absence of a record does not necessarily indicate absence of the lichen. The data should therefore be checked against original sources before use in contentious circumstances, and specialist advice sought where appropriate.

Method Steps

  1. The dataset has been compiled from field and herbarium records, and verified by specialist review.