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A list of all pages that have property "Definition" with value "Species that were present but have been declared extinct". Since there have been only a few results, also nearby values are displayed.

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  • Traits:Established  + (Species that have become established in their introduced range.)
  • Traits:Border Intercept  + (Species that have been intercepted at borders as a result of detection procedures.)
  • Traits:In captivity/cultivated  + (Species that have been introduced and maintained in captivity or cultivated for example those species that are farmed in aquaculture or mariculture facilities.)
  • Traits:Detected in the wild  + (Species that have been recorded as present in the wild with no further information.)
  • Traits:Eradication unconfirmed  + (Species that have been subject to an eradication event but have not been confirmed as eradicated.)
  • Traits:Eradicated  + (Species that have been subject to an eradication event and have been confirmed as eradicated.)
  • Traits:Recorded in error  + (Species that have reported or recorded in error.)
  • Traits:Native - Endemic  + (Species that is native and endemic to a country or sea area i.e. a species that is unique to a location or habitat.)
  • Traits:Native - Non-endemic  + (Species that is native to an area but is not endemic to it i.e. a species that has a wide native range.)
  • Traits:Native  + (Species that is native to the country or sea area.)
 (Species that were present but have been declared extinct)
  • Traits:Extirpated  + (Species that were present but have been declared extinct.)
  • Traits:Absent  + (Species that were reported at some time to be present but were not recorded subsequently are reported to be ‘Absent’.)
  • Traits:TypeIII  + (Species tolerant to excess organic matter Species tolerant to excess organic matter enrichment. These species may occur under normal conditions, but their populations are stimulated by organic richment (slight unbalance situations). They are surface deposit-feeding species, as tubicolous spionids.t-feeding species, as tubicolous spionids.)
  • Traits:TypeI  + (Species very sensitive to organic enrichment and present under unpolluted conditions (initial state). They include the specialist carnivores and some deposit-feeding tubicolous polychaetes.)
  • Traits:Occurrence Not specified  + (Species which may be listed as alien or introduced but whose occurrence has not been specified.)
  • Traits:Origin uncertain  + (Species whose biological status is uncertain i.e. it is uncertain if the species is native or alien to the location.)
  • Traits:Invasiveness Uncertain  + (Species whose invasiveness is uncertain.)
  • Traits:Origin unknown  + (Species whose origins cannot be verified OR a species whose origin has not been specified in the source information.)
  • Traits:Introduction unverified  + (Species whose presence is uncertain, maybe reported as present anecdotally but not confirmed.)
  • Traits:Stacks  + (Stacks of indivudal cells/frustules (e.g. in diatoms), like a pack of cards.)