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IUCN Red List conservation dependent species

On 19 February 2010, the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species identified 300 (46 Animalia, 254 Plantae) conservation dependent species, subspecies and varieties, stocks and sub-populations.

Contents

  • Animalia 1
    • Arthropoda 1.1
      • Crustacea 1.1.1
        • Anostraca 1.1.1.1
          • Artemiidae 1.1.1.1.1
        • Cyclopoida 1.1.1.2
          • Cyclopidae 1.1.1.2.1
        • Harpacticoida 1.1.1.3
          • Canthocamptidae 1.1.1.3.1
          • Parastenocarididae 1.1.1.3.2
      • Insecta 1.1.2
        • Orthoptera 1.1.2.1
          • Acrididae 1.1.2.1.1
          • Gryllidae 1.1.2.1.2
          • Stenopelmatidae 1.1.2.1.3
    • Chordata 1.2
      • Actinopterygii 1.2.1
        • Cypriniformes 1.2.1.1
          • Balitoridae 1.2.1.1.1
          • Cyprinidae 1.2.1.1.2
        • Perciformes 1.2.1.2
          • Belontiidae 1.2.1.2.1
          • Gobiidae 1.2.1.2.2
          • Sparidae 1.2.1.2.3
      • Chondrichthyes 1.2.2
        • Carcharhiniformes 1.2.2.1
          • Carcharhinidae 1.2.2.1.1
      • Mammalia 1.2.3
        • Cetartiodactyla 1.2.3.1
          • Balaenidae 1.2.3.1.1
          • Balaenopteridae 1.2.3.1.2
      • Reptilia 1.2.4
        • Crocodylia 1.2.4.1
          • Alligatoridae 1.2.4.1.1
          • Crocodylidae 1.2.4.1.2
        • Testudines 1.2.4.2
          • Podocnemididae 1.2.4.2.1
    • Mollusca 1.3
      • Bivalvia 1.3.1
        • Unionoida 1.3.1.1
          • Unionidae 1.3.1.1.1
        • Veneroida 1.3.1.2
          • Tridacnidae 1.3.1.2.1
      • Gastropoda 1.3.2
        • Architaenioglossa 1.3.2.1
          • Craspedopomatidae 1.3.2.1.1
        • Stylommatophora 1.3.2.2
          • Enidae 1.3.2.2.1
          • Helicidae 1.3.2.2.2
          • Hygromiidae 1.3.2.2.3
          • Lauriidae 1.3.2.2.4
          • Vertiginidae 1.3.2.2.5
  • Plantae 2
    • Tracheophyta 2.1
      • Coniferopsida 2.1.1
        • Coniferales 2.1.1.1
          • Araucariaceae 2.1.1.1.1
          • Cupressaceae 2.1.1.1.2
          • Pinaceae 2.1.1.1.3
          • Podocarpaceae 2.1.1.1.4
          • Taxaceae 2.1.1.1.5
      • Liliopsida 2.1.2
        • Arecales 2.1.2.1
          • Palmae 2.1.2.1.1
        • Pandanales 2.1.2.2
          • Pandanaceae 2.1.2.2.1
      • Magnoliopsida 2.1.3
        • Apiales 2.1.3.1
          • Araliaceae 2.1.3.1.1
        • Caryophyllales 2.1.3.2
          • Portulacaceae 2.1.3.2.1
        • Celastrales 2.1.3.3
          • Aquifoliaceae 2.1.3.3.1
          • Celastraceae 2.1.3.3.2
        • Cornales 2.1.3.4
          • Cornaceae 2.1.3.4.1
        • Dipsacales 2.1.3.5
          • Caprifoliaceae 2.1.3.5.1
        • Ebenales 2.1.3.6
          • Ebenaceae 2.1.3.6.1
          • Sapotaceae 2.1.3.6.2
          • Symplocaceae 2.1.3.6.3
        • Ericales 2.1.3.7
          • Clethraceae 2.1.3.7.1
          • Ericaceae 2.1.3.7.2
        • Euphorbiales 2.1.3.8
          • Euphorbiaceae 2.1.3.8.1
        • Fabales 2.1.3.9
          • Leguminosae 2.1.3.9.1
        • Fagales 2.1.3.10
          • Balanopaceae 2.1.3.10.1
          • Betulaceae 2.1.3.10.2
          • Fagaceae 2.1.3.10.3
        • Gentianales 2.1.3.11
          • Apocynaceae 2.1.3.11.1
        • Illiciales 2.1.3.12
          • Illiciaceae 2.1.3.12.1
        • Lamiales 2.1.3.13
          • Verbenaceae 2.1.3.13.1
        • Laurales 2.1.3.14
          • Lauraceae 2.1.3.14.1
        • Lecythidales 2.1.3.15
          • Lecythidaceae 2.1.3.15.1
        • Magnoliales 2.1.3.16
          • Annonaceae 2.1.3.16.1
          • Myristicaceae 2.1.3.16.2
        • Malvales 2.1.3.17
          • Bombacaceae 2.1.3.17.1
          • Elaeocarpaceae 2.1.3.17.2
          • Sterculiaceae 2.1.3.17.3
          • Tiliaceae 2.1.3.17.4
        • Myrtales 2.1.3.18
          • Melastomataceae 2.1.3.18.1
          • Myrtaceae 2.1.3.18.2
          • Thymelaeaceae 2.1.3.18.3
        • Nepenthales 2.1.3.19
          • Nepenthaceae 2.1.3.19.1
        • Polygalales 2.1.3.20
          • Polygalaceae 2.1.3.20.1
        • Proteales 2.1.3.21
          • Proteaceae 2.1.3.21.1
        • Rhamnales 2.1.3.22
          • Rhamnaceae 2.1.3.22.1
        • Rosales 2.1.3.23
          • Brunelliaceae 2.1.3.23.1
          • Cunoniaceae 2.1.3.23.2
          • Escalloniaceae 2.1.3.23.3
          • Pittosporaceae 2.1.3.23.4
          • Rosaceae 2.1.3.23.5
        • Rubiales 2.1.3.24
          • Rubiaceae 2.1.3.24.1
        • Sapindales 2.1.3.25
          • Anacardiaceae 2.1.3.25.1
          • Burseraceae 2.1.3.25.2
          • Meliaceae 2.1.3.25.3
          • Rutaceae 2.1.3.25.4
          • Sapindaceae 2.1.3.25.5
          • Zygophyllaceae 2.1.3.25.6
        • Scrophulariales 2.1.3.26
          • Acanthaceae 2.1.3.26.1
          • Bignoniaceae 2.1.3.26.2
          • Oleaceae 2.1.3.26.3
        • Solanales 2.1.3.27
          • Solanaceae 2.1.3.27.1
        • Theales 2.1.3.28
          • Actinidiaceae 2.1.3.28.1
          • Guttiferae 2.1.3.28.2
          • Theaceae 2.1.3.28.3
        • Violales 2.1.3.29
          • Flacourtiaceae 2.1.3.29.1
  • References 3

Animalia

Arthropoda

Crustacea

Anostraca
Artemiidae
Cyclopoida
Cyclopidae
Harpacticoida
Canthocamptidae
Parastenocarididae

Insecta

Orthoptera
Acrididae
Gryllidae
Stenopelmatidae

Chordata

Actinopterygii

Cypriniformes
Balitoridae
Cyprinidae
Perciformes
Belontiidae
Gobiidae
Sparidae

Chondrichthyes

Carcharhiniformes
Carcharhinidae

Mammalia

Cetartiodactyla
Balaenidae
Balaenopteridae

Reptilia

Crocodylia
Alligatoridae
Crocodylidae
Testudines
Podocnemididae

Mollusca

Bivalvia

Unionoida
Unionidae
Veneroida
Tridacnidae

Gastropoda

Architaenioglossa
Craspedopomatidae
Stylommatophora
Enidae
Helicidae
Hygromiidae
Lauriidae
Vertiginidae

Plantae

Tracheophyta

Coniferopsida

Coniferales
Araucariaceae
Cupressaceae
Pinaceae
Podocarpaceae
Taxaceae

Liliopsida

Arecales
Palmae
Pandanales
Pandanaceae

Magnoliopsida

Apiales
Araliaceae
Caryophyllales
Portulacaceae
Celastrales
Aquifoliaceae
Celastraceae
Cornales
Cornaceae
Dipsacales
Caprifoliaceae
Ebenales
Ebenaceae
Sapotaceae
Symplocaceae
Ericales
Clethraceae
Ericaceae
Euphorbiales
Euphorbiaceae
Fabales
Leguminosae
Fagales
Balanopaceae
Betulaceae
Fagaceae
Gentianales
Apocynaceae
Illiciales
Illiciaceae
Lamiales
Verbenaceae
Laurales
Lauraceae
Lecythidales
Lecythidaceae
Magnoliales
Annonaceae
Myristicaceae
Malvales
Bombacaceae
Elaeocarpaceae
Sterculiaceae
Tiliaceae
Myrtales
Melastomataceae
Myrtaceae
Thymelaeaceae
Nepenthales
Nepenthaceae
Polygalales
Polygalaceae
Proteales
Proteaceae
Rhamnales
Rhamnaceae
Rosales
Brunelliaceae
Cunoniaceae
Escalloniaceae
Pittosporaceae
Rosaceae
Rubiales
Rubiaceae
Sapindales
Anacardiaceae
Burseraceae
Meliaceae
Rutaceae
Sapindaceae
Zygophyllaceae
Scrophulariales
Acanthaceae
Bignoniaceae
Oleaceae
Solanales
Solanaceae
Theales
Actinidiaceae
Guttiferae
Theaceae
Violales
Flacourtiaceae

References

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