complementarity analysis reveals that a minimum of 14 areas (cells) are required to
encompass the 24 species at
least once, of which 10 cells are “irreplaceable.”These 10 irreplaceable areas and 4 flexible areas constitute the very highest conservation priorities.Their locations further demonstrate the importance of three
eastern littoral forest, sclerophyllous woodland on the Central High Plateau, and dry deciduous forest in the Far North.
The 24 species not currently represented in the Protected Areas network (reordered by inverse range-size rarity)