Trinidad & Tobago: number of species under threat 2018, by type

This statistic shows the number of threatened living species in Trinidad and Tobago on the IUCN Red List as of November 2018, broken down by taxonomic type. As of this point in time, the IUCN had counted a total of 8 threatened species of amphibians in Trinidad and Tobago, as well as 37 fish species.

Number of threatened living species in Trinidad and Tobago on the IUCN Red List as of November 2018, by taxonomic type

Number of threatened species
Plants*50
Fishes*37
Other invertebrates*10
Amphibians8
Reptiles*7
Birds5
Mammals2
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Source

Release date

November 2018

Region

Trinidad and Tobago

Survey time period

November 2018

Supplementary notes

* Figures presented below for these groups should be interpreted as the number of species known to be threatened within those species that have been assessed to date, and not as the overall total number of threatened species for each group.
According to the source, threatened living species include species that are critically endangered (CR), endangered (EN) or vulnerable (VU).

The acronym IUCN stands for International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources.

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