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||The wetland and the nearby habitats are kept in rather good condition. The protection and sustainable management of the site can contribute not only to the preservation of the wildlife but also to the economic development of the area (fishing, leisure activities, ecotourism). The greater the delays in establishing status of legal frame, the more the threats to the environment will increase. From the Other Important Species of Flora listed in section 3.3, the following taxa are included with motivation D, for the reasons mentioned below. Pancratium maritimum: A very attractive species which however in nowadays face the risk to extinct due to the different kind of human interference in its biotope (sandy beaches). Orchidaceae: Ophrys, and Orchis are attractive species with an interesting biology. There are non-bird vertebrate taxa recorded in this site are included in section 3.3 as Other Important Species, protected by the Bern Convention thus indicated by the C motivation. Apart from the frog Rana ridibunda and the marten Martes foina, these taxa are also allocated the D motivation since they have fallen under one or two of the following three reasons: a) they are protected by the Greek Presidential Decree 67/1981 (the only exceptions are the frog Rana epeirotica and the skink lizard Ablepharus kitaibelii), b) Rana epeirotica and the lizards Algyroides nigropunctatus and Podarcis taurica ionica are endemic to W or SW Balkans, and c) the frog Hyla arborea and the lizard Ablepharus kitaibelii are mentioned in the CORINE-Biotopes Project handbook. The biodiversity of this site is increasing because of the occurrence of an interesting avifauna including threatened waterfowl and birds of prey (e.g. Ardea purpurea and Circus aeruginosus). Generally speaking, this site seems to support a noteworthy lagoon fauna, which, however, needs further study for clearer evaluation of its importance and for the selection of proper conservation and management measures in the area. The invertebrate species listed in section 3.3 with motivation C are protected by the Bern Convention. The invertebrate species listed in section 3.3 with motivation D are protected by the Greek Presidential Decree 67/1981, except Everes argiades, which is included in the list of "Threatened Rhopalocera (butterflies) of Europe. Anthocharis damone and Pieris krueperi are also included in this list. Additionally, Heodes alciphron is included in the IUCN Red List. Pieris ergane is also included in the "Listing of biotopes in Europe according to their significance for invertebrates". Saturnia pyri is protected by the IUCN Red List and the European Red List of Globally Threatened Animals and Plants and it is included in the "Listing of biotopes in Europe according to their significance for invertebrates.