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Much of the focus has been on hot spots of biological diversity. Finding
Biodiversity Hot Spots A biodiversity hot spot is a relatively small area with an
exceptional concentration of endemic species and a large number of
endangered and ...
And abou 50,C1)0 plant species, or abo 17% of all known plant species, ' habit
just 18 hot spots that corrprise a total of only 0.5% of the global land surface.
Together, the "hottest" of the biodiversity rot spots total less than 1.5% of Earths
And even if al hot spots could be protected, trat effort would fall woefully short of
conservirg the planet's biodivers'ty. One problem is that a hot spot for one
taxonomic group, such as butterflies, rray not be a hot spot for some other
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