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With environmental pressures on the rise, the establishment of protected areas is a key strategy for preserving biodiversity. The fact that many species are losing their battle against extinction despite being within protected areas raises the question of their effectiveness. The aim of this study was to evaluate established Priority Hoverfly Areas (PHAs) and areas that are not yet but could potentially be included in the PHA network, using data from new field surveys. Additionally, speciesdoi:10.2298/zmspn1835063j fatcat:6blcb4kcwjeevjcpg6pojzanyq