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Asia Red List

Asia is the world's largest and most populous continent. It covers 8.7% of the Earth's total surface area and comprises 30%of its land area. Among 34 biodiversity hot spots identified by Conservation International, about one third distributes in Asia. However, Asian countries are experiencing severe threats to their biodiversity rich areas and ecosystems. Visit here for detailed dataset references.

Newly update(2015-3-19): Sri Lanka red list: 1,751 records.
Newly update(2015-7-4): Republic of Korea red list: 799 records.
Newly update(2015-12-27): China red list (Animalia): 4,357 records.
Newly update(2016-4-7): Red list information of Malaysia Mammal: 65 records.
Newly update(2016-12-30): Korean Red List of Threatened Species: 528 records.

  

CountryScientific NameYear AssessedRegional StatusCriteria UsedLevel
Chinese TaiwanAcanthephippium pictum2012ENDANGEREDIUCN 3.1Regional
ChinaAcanthephippium sinense2013ENIUCN 3.1National
ChinaAcanthephippium striatum2013ENIUCN 3.1National
Chinese TaiwanAcanthephippium striatum2012LEAST CONCERNIUCN 3.1Regional
ChinaAcanthephippium sylhetense2013VUIUCN 3.1National
Chinese TaiwanAcanthephippium sylhetense2012LEAST CONCERNIUCN 3.1Regional
IsraelAcanthobrama lissneri2004Lower RiskIUCNNational
IsraelAcanthobrama telavivensis2004Critically Endangered;A1adIUCNNational
ChinaAcanthocalyx alba2013LCIUCN 3.1National
ChinaAcanthocalyx nepalensis2013LCIUCN 3.1National
ChinaAcanthochlamys bracteata2013VUIUCN 3.1National
Republic of KoreaAcanthocinus aedilis2014VUIUCN 3.1National
Sri LankaAcanthocobitis urophthalmus2007VUIUCN 3.1National
ChinaAcanthocobitis botia2015LCIUCN 3.1National
ChinaAcanthocybium solandri2004易危 VU IUCN 3.1National
IsraelAcanthodactylus beershebensis2004Critically Endangered; A2ceIUCNNational
IsraelAcanthodactylus boskianus2004Least ConcernIUCNNational
IsraelAcanthodactylus longipes2004Vulnerable; BIUCNNational
IsraelAcanthodactylus opheodurus2004Data DeficientIUCNNational
IsraelAcanthodactylus schreiberi syriacus2004Critically Endangered; A2cIUCNNational

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