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IUCN: IUCN (old web site) ()

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This documentation is transcluded from Template:IUCN/doc.
Use this template to add a reference to a species on the web site IUCN (for International union for conservation of nature and natural resources) by providing the species id on IUCN.
This template will also automatically add a category (see Category:Species by IUCN Red List category subcategories)
If this template is called with incorrect parameters, Category:Pages with incorrect biology template usage will be added to the calling article/category.
This template is not meant to use in the middle of a sentence. For a link in the middle of a sentence use {{IUCNlink}}.
Note: This template can be used in conjunction with {{Taxoconflict}}, {{Taxa}}, {{Genera}}, {{Genera2}}, {{Species}}, {{Species2}} and {{Subspecies}} with parameter "source=IUCN" (See here the different values for source)
Note: if you want to edit this template, first try your modifications on {{IUCN/sandbox}}.You can then test your edits in {{IUCN/testcases}}.
When the new version is ready, you can move it to the main template.
{{IUCN | EN | 3746 | Canis lupus | Linnaeus, 1758 }}
{{IUCN | CR | 3746 | Canis lupus }}
{{IUCN | VU | 3746 }}
IUCN: Canis lupus Linnaeus, 1758 (old web site) (Endangered)
IUCN: Canis lupus (old web site) (Critically endangered)
IUCN: Canis lupus (old web site) (Vulnerable)
{{IUCN | riskLevel | id | name | author | note=<note> }}
  • riskLevel
    • EX for Extinct
    • PEW for Possibly Extinct in the Wild (Deprecated)
    • PE for Possibly Extinct (Deprecated)
    • EW for Extinct In The Wild
    • CR for Critically Endangered
    • EN for Endangered
    • VU for Vulnerable
    • CD for Conservation Dependent (Deprecated)
    • NT for Near Threatened
    • LC for Least Concern
    • DD for Data Deficient
    • NE for Not Evaluated (Not deprecated but does not correspond to any species. And potential species would not have an id)
Ex (for the wolf): LC
  • id
the id of the species on IUCN web site. Use IUCN search to find this id.
For example in the url the id is 137.
Ex (for the wolf): 3746
  • name (optional)
The binomial name of the species
Ex (for the wolf): Canis lupus
  • author (optional)
The author os the species
Ex (for the wolf): Linnaeus, 1758
  • note=<note> (optional)
To add a note below the iucn link (It can be a copy of the iucn section "Taxonomic Notes").
Use sample
See also