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Assessing the aesthetic attractivity of European butterflies: a web-based survey protocol
Aesthetic attractivity stands as an underestimated yet fundamental feature of species in conservation biology, significantly driving disproportionate protection efforts towards charismatic species. Despite the evidence, few attempts sought to precisely quantify the impact of aesthetic attractivity in defining priority of species for conservation actions (e.g. inclusion in International Union for Conservation of Nature red lists and protection lists). This study protocol describes the setting ofdoi:10.32942/x2qp4j fatcat:uc7zyybrb5adppuu22tcwjwsd4