January 2, 2012 in Publications
I was the lead author on a correspondence piece entitled “Selecting marine invertebrate flagship species: Widening the net”, published in the lastest issue of Biological Conservation. This piece is a reflection on the selection of conservation flagship species for groups traditionally deemed less charismatic. Read it here!
This correspondence piece was a reply to the article “The giant squid Architeuthis: An emblematic invertebrate that can represent concern for the conservation of marine biodiversity” published in July also in Biological Conservation