Biodiversity has substantially changed in one of the largest Mediterranean wetlands

Biodiversity has substantially changed in one of the largest Mediterranean wetlands

The Camargue area in France has considerably fewer grasshopper, cricket, locust, dragonfly, and amphibian species than 40 years ago. On the other hand, there are more birds and vascular plants, some of them considered as new and highly invasive species.

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