Biological diversity of the Rila National Park

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Published by USAID in [Washington, D.C.] .

Written in English

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Places:

  • Nat͡s︡ionalen Park Rila (Bulgaria),
  • Bulgaria,
  • Nat͡s︡ionalen Park Rila.

Subjects:

  • Biological diversity -- Bulgaria -- Nat͡s︡ionalen Park Rila.,
  • Biological diversity conservation -- Bulgaria -- Nat͡s︡ionalen Park Rila.,
  • Plant diversity -- Bulgaria -- Nat͡s︡ionalen Park Rila.,
  • Plant diversity conservation -- Bulgaria -- Nat͡s︡ionalen Park Rila.,
  • Nat͡s︡ionalen Park Rila (Bulgaria)

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StatementMinistry of Environment and Waters of the Republic of Bulgaria, United States Agency for International Development.
ContributionsBulgaria. Ministerstvo na okolnata sreda i vodite., United States. Agency for International Development.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQH77.B9 B57 2000
The Physical Object
Paginationxi, 649 p. :
Number of Pages649
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6880987M
ISBN 10954642076X
LC Control Number00437032

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The Park contains rare and endangered wildlife species and communities, self-regulating ecosystems of biological diversity, as well as historic sites of global cultural and scientific significance.

Some of the largest rivers in the Balkan Peninsula originate here. The name Rila is derived from the Thracian word roula, meaning ‘lots of water.’. In book: Biological Diversity of the Rila National Park, Chapter: Faunistic Diversity of Invertebrates (non Insecta) of the Rila National Park, Publisher: Pensoft, Sofia-Moscow, Editors: Sakalian.

In book: Biological Diversity of the Rila National Park., Chapter: Faunistic Dversity of Invertebrates (non Insecta) of the Rila National Park, Publisher: Pensoft, Sofia-Moscow, Editors: Sakalian.

The diversity of the examined species in Rila National Park and species in Central Balkan National Park, of the model groups Protozoa, Nematoda, Tardigrada, Crustacea, Arachnida.

Entomofaunistic diversity of the Rila National Park. - In: Biological diversity of the Rila National Park, M. Sakalian (ed.), Pensoft Publishers, Sofia-Moscow, ISBN H. BIODIVERSITY OF RILA NATIONAL PARK The book presents the biodiversity of Rila National Park and its preservation as one of the main objectives of the new management plan for the park.

species of spineless animals are found in the park: 5 fish species, 11 amphibian species, 12 reptile species, bird species and 52 mammal species. 32 species of the spineless animals are included in the Red Book of Bulgaria (a list of the endangered species in the country).

There are 57 endemic species in Rila – 36 Balkan, 18 Bulgarian and 3 local endemics that are not found anywhere but in Rila: Primula deorum, Rheum rhaponticum and Alchemilla pawlowskii. This small part of scientifically important species called endemics or species that are found on a certain territory form the main part of the vegetation.

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