Conservation and management of great crested newts: Proceedings of a symposium held on 11 January 1994 at Kew Gardens, Richmond, Surrey (ENS20)

Great crested newts are a threatened species. Although they are widely distributed in Britain they have experienced an enormous decline in both range and abundance over the last 50 years. This decline is primarily the result of the loss and deterioration of both aquatic and terrestrial habitats.
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