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The following species are year-round or during the breeding season by the system automatically marked as "protected observation". You cannot manually remove the protection for these species in the times indicated. Observations outside these periods and observations of any other taxon, you can manually protect (and remove the protection again). Make use of it, if you are concerned that through your publication the (breeding) occurrence or area might be disturbed or threatened. Protected observations are marked by a yellow key (visible with your own observations). They are only visible to users with extended rights for a region or a species (regional coordinators, species specialists).
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Data from following species are automatically hidden :
Adscita mannii
partial restriction of publication between the January 1st and the December 31st
Auspicious Burnet Moth (Zygaena fausta)
partial restriction of publication between the January 1st and the December 31st
Gortyna borelii
partial restriction of publication between the January 1st and the December 31st
Horisme aquata
partial restriction of publication between the January 1st and the December 31st
Hydriomena ruberata
partial restriction of publication between the January 1st and the December 31st
Sideridis lampra
partial restriction of publication between the January 1st and the December 31st
 Watsonarctia casta
partial restriction of publication between the January 1st and the December 31st
Project carried out by LPO France, in collaboration with a network of partner associations.