Critically endangered species

IUCN conservation category
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A critically endangered species is a species of plant or animal, that has an extremely high risk of extinction in the future.

Conservation status
Bufo periglenes, the Golden Toad, was last recorded on May 15, 1989
Lower Risk

Other categories

Related topics

IUCN Red List category abbreviations (version 3.1, 2001)
Comparison of Red list classes above
and NatureServe status below
NatureServe category abbreviations

Critically endangered Mammals Edit

Critically endangered amphibians Edit

Critically endangered reptiles Edit

Critically endangered birds Edit

Critically endangered molluscs Edit

References Edit

  1. "ABC Local - Garrett goes in to bat for endangered pipistrelle". Retrieved 2009-02-24.