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Alternative text for the chart Red List status 2017

Ring chart illustrating the Red List status of 863 habitat types in Germany, showing the relative proportions of habitat types with different levels of loss risk as stated in the text, divided into the individual Red List categories (excluding ‘technical’ habitat types, groups 51 to 54). The absolute number of habitat types in each category is additionally shown: 13 habitat types are ‘collapsed’ (Category 0), 52 habitat types are ‘critically endangered (acute)’ (Category 1!), 21 habitat types are ‘critically endangered’ (Category 1), and 112 habitat types are ‘endangered to critically endangered’ (Category 1-2). 45 habitat types are ‘endangered’ (Category 2) and a further 150 habitat types are ‘vulnerable to endangered’ (corresponding to Category 2-3). 29 habitat types are ‘vulnerable’ (Category 3) and a further 140 habitat types are classified as ‘near threatened (acute)’ (Category 3-V). 28 habitat types are ‘near threatened’ (Category V). 213 habitat types are ‘not threatened’ and 10 habitat types are shown under ‘data deficient’. 50 habitat types come under ‘threat ranking not meaningful’.

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