36 species that occur in either one, two, three, or four (5 species) cells occupy 51 total
cells, which collectively
contain 89 species, or 96% of the total, and can all be represented in a minimum of 26 cells.All
4 of the species not represented in any of those 26 cells are already encompassed within the
existing Protected Areas
network.Thus, in order to set new conservation area priorities it is
sufficient, as well as most
efficient, to analyze the very rarest species.