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Red List Category Number of species Extinct (EX) 0
 

Summary: Red List Category Number of species
Extinct (EX) 0
Extinct in the Wild (EW) 0
Critically Endangered (CR) 33
Endangered (EN) 107
Vulnerable (VU) 100
Near Threatened (NT) 53
Least Concern (LC) 467
Data Deficient (DD) 209
Total Number of Species 969
CHAPTER 5. AMPHIBIANS OF THE AFROTROPICAL REALM
Franco Andreone, Alan Channing, Robert Drewes, Justin Gerlach,
Frank Glaw, Kim Howell, Malcolm Largen, Simon Loader, Stefan Lötters,
Leslie Minter, Martin Pickersgill, Christopher Raxworthy, Mark-Oliver Rödel,
Arne Schiřtz, Denis Vallan and Miguel Vences
THE GEOGRAPHIC AND HUMAN CONTEXT
The AfrotropicalRealmincludesallofmainlandSub-SaharanAfricaandthesouthernArabian
Peninsula1, as well as several large offshore islands: Zanzibar and Pemba; Madagascar;
the western Indian Ocean islands of the Seychelles (including Aldabra), Mauritius (includ-
ing Rodrigues), Réunion, Mayotte, and the Comoros; the Gulf of Guinea islands (Bioko,

  

Source: Andreone, Franco - Zoology Department, Museo Regionale di Scienze Naturali di Torino

 

Collections: Biology and Medicine; Environmental Sciences and Ecology