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Vleermuizen gaan achteruit in Vlaanderen: resultaten van de rapportering 2013 van de Europees beschermde soorten en habitattypes

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Vleermuizen gaan achteruit in Vlaanderen : resultaten van de rapportering 2013 van de Europees beschermde soorten en habitattypes. / Dekeukeleire, Daan; De Knijf, Geert; Boers, Kris; Gyselings, Ralf; Paelinckx, Desiré.

In: Natuur.Focus, Vol. 13, Nr. 2, 01.07.2014, blz. 59-65.

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title = "Vleermuizen gaan achteruit in Vlaanderen: resultaten van de rapportering 2013 van de Europees beschermde soorten en habitattypes",
abstract = "Bats are an endangered group of mammals and populations of severalspecies have been declining for decades in Europa. Consequentlyall species are listed on the European Habitats Directive. One of theobligations of this Directive is that member states must report on theconservation status of the species and habitats (article 17). In thisarticle we discuss the conservation status of the bat species in theFlemish region.The assessment of the conservation status is based on the range, thesize and the trend of the population, the habitat and the future prospectsfor each species. Although bats are elusive animals and data issparse, we can conclude that only five species have a favourable conservationstatus. Since the implementation of the Habitats Directiveone species, the Barbastelle bat has gone extinct, while the ranges ofGeoffroy’s bat, Pond bat and Greater mouse-eared bat have markedlydecreased. Also more common species, such as Daubenton’sbat and Noctule, are decreasing. The big seasonal difference in thetrends and numbers of population of Geoffroy’s bat and Pond bat arestriking. Numbers of both species are increasing in protected hibernationsites, but summer populations are decreasing and are undergreat pressure. This shows that caution is needed when interpretingthe data form hibernation census counts. For an adequate monitoring,more data on the summer populations is needed. Conservationmeasurements need to take all elements used by bats in their complexlife-cycles into account: summer roosts, hibernation and swarmingsites, foraging areas and the connections between these.",
author = "Daan Dekeukeleire and {De Knijf}, Geert and Kris Boers and Ralf Gyselings and Desir{\'e} Paelinckx",
year = "2014",
month = "7",
day = "1",
language = "Nederlands",
volume = "13",
pages = "59--65",
journal = "Natuur.Focus",
issn = "1379-8863",
publisher = "Natuurpunt",
number = "2",

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AU - Paelinckx, Desiré

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