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San Marino

Summary

  • Last modified
  • 09 February 2017
  • San Marino
  • General data
  • Region: Western Europe
  • Area (km2): NaN
  • Climates: Subtropical
  • Capital: San Marino
  • Selected Statistics, World Bank (2007)
  • Population, total: 30,580
  • GNI per capita, Atlas method: US$46,770
  • GNI, Atlas method: US$1,430,082,432
  • GDP: US$1,702,710,144

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List of Species

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The table lists the species recorded in the Compendium for this region (from the full species datasheets). It includes species that are invasive in this region, those for which there is no data on invasive status, and also species that are not invasive in the region but are reported as invasive elsewhere. This summary table is based on all the information available. When several references are cited, they may give conflicting information on the distribution record. For further information, please follow the link to the datasheet.

DomainKingdomPhylumSpeciesDistributionOriginInvasiveReferences
EukaryotaFungiAscomycotaOphiostoma novo-ulmi (Dutch elm disease) Widespread Introduced YesBrasier and Kirk, 2001.
EukaryotaMetazoaArthropodaBombus terrestris (bumble bee) Present Native Rasmont et al., 2008.
EukaryotaMetazoaArthropodaCoccinella septempunctata (seven-spot ladybird) Present de Jong et al., 2014.
EukaryotaMetazoaArthropodaPlanococcus citri (citrus mealybug) Present Williams and Granara de Willink, 1992.
EukaryotaMetazoaChordataColumba livia (pigeons) Present Native ISSG, 2011.
EukaryotaMetazoaChordataSus scrofa [ISC] (feral pig) Present Native IUCN, 2012.
EukaryotaMetazoaChordataTyto alba (Barn owl) Present Native NoBruce, 1999.
EukaryotaMetazoaMolluscaDeroceras invadens (tramp slug) Present Introduced YesHutchinson et al., 2014.
EukaryotaPlantaePteridophytaPteridium aquilinum (bracken) Widespread Native Tutin and et al, 1964.
EukaryotaPlantaeSpermatophytaAcer platanoides (Norway maple) Present Native
EukaryotaPlantaeSpermatophytaAcer pseudoplatanus (sycamore) Present Native
EukaryotaPlantaeSpermatophytaAlbizia julibrissin (silk tree) Present Introduced
EukaryotaPlantaeSpermatophytaConvolvulus arvensis (bindweed) Present Stace, 1972.
EukaryotaPlantaeSpermatophytaConyza canadensis (Canadian fleabane) Present Introduced YesCronquist, 1976.
EukaryotaPlantaeSpermatophytaCrataegus monogyna (hawthorn) Present CABI, 2005.
EukaryotaPlantaeSpermatophytaCupressus sempervirens (Mediterranean cypress) Present
EukaryotaPlantaeSpermatophytaFragaria vesca (wild strawberry) Present Native Darrow, 1966.
EukaryotaPlantaeSpermatophytaGlechoma hederacea (ground ivy) Present Native GBIF, 2014.
EukaryotaPlantaeSpermatophytaIsatis tinctoria (dyer's woad) Present Introduced NoBall and Akeroyd, 2010.
EukaryotaPlantaeSpermatophytaPopulus alba (silver-leaf poplar) Present CABI, 2005.
EukaryotaPlantaeSpermatophytaPopulus nigra (black poplar) Present
EukaryotaPlantaeSpermatophytaSenecio vulgaris Present Native Chater and Walters, 1976.
EukaryotaPlantaeSpermatophytaSonchus oleraceus (common sowthistle) Present Boulos, 1976.
EukaryotaPlantaeSpermatophytaSpergula arvensis (corn spurry) Present Ratter and Akeroyd, 1993.
EukaryotaPlantaeSpermatophytaTanacetum vulgare (tansy) Widespread Native NoHeywood, 1976.

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List of Animal Diseases

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The table lists the animal diseases recorded in the Compendium for this region (from the full disease datasheets). For further information, please follow the link to the datasheet.

DiseaseDistributionOriginInvasiveReferences
leishmaniosis Present Salvatore et al., 2013.

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Land Usage

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2011-2007 | 2006-2002
land use20112010200920082007
Agricultural area Area 1 Fm 1 Fm 1 Fm 1 Fm 1 Fm
Arable land Area 1 Fm 1 Fm 1 Fm 1 Fm 1 Fm
Arable land and Permanent crops Area 1 Fm 1 Fm 1 Fm 1 Fm 1 Fm
Country area Area 6 W 6 W 6 W 6 W 6 W
Forest area Area Fm E Fm Fm Fm
Land area Area 6 W 6 W 6 W 6 W 6 W
Other land Area 5 Fm 5 Fm 5 Fm 5 Fm 5 Fm
Land Usage: (1000 Ha)
E = Expert sources from FAO (including other divisions) | Fm = Manual Estimation | I = Country data reported by International Organizations where the country is a member (Semi-official) - WTO, EU, UNSD, etc. | Q = Official data reported on FAO Questionnaires from countries | W = Data reported on country official publications or web sites (Official) or trade country files

2011-2007 | 2006-2002
land use20062005200420032002
Agricultural area Area 1 Fm 1 Fm 1 Fm 1 F 1 F
Arable land Area 1 Fm 1 Fm 1 Fm 1 F 1 F
Arable land and Permanent crops Area 1 Fm 1 Fm 1 Fm 1 F 1 F
Country area Area 6 W 6 W 6 W 6 Q 6 Q
Forest area Area Fm E Fm Fm Fm
Land area Area 6 W 6 W 6 W 6 Q 6 Q
Other land Area 5 Fm 5 Fm 5 Fm 5 Fm 5 Fm
Land Usage: (1000 Ha)
E = Expert sources from FAO (including other divisions) | Fm = Manual Estimation | I = Country data reported by International Organizations where the country is a member (Semi-official) - WTO, EU, UNSD, etc. | Q = Official data reported on FAO Questionnaires from countries | W = Data reported on country official publications or web sites (Official) or trade country files