Salvelinus spp. 
 
 
Group:
Fishes
Area(s) Where Listed As Endangered:
Canada, Germany, Ireland, Japan, Norway, United Kingdom, United States


Species/Common Names:
Salvelinus colii
Salvelinus confluentus
Bull Trout
Salvelinus evasus
Salvelinus fimbriatus
Salvelinus evasus
Salvelinus gracillimus
Salvelinus evasus
Salvelinus grayi
Salvelinus japonicus
Kirikuchi Char
Salvelinus killinensis
Salvelinus evasus
Salvelinus lonsdalii
Salvelinus mallochi
Salvelinus evasus
Salvelinus maxillaris
Salvelinus evasus
Salvelinus obtusus
Salvelinus perisii
Salvelinus evasus
Salvelinus sp. nov. 'Fjellfrosvatn'
Fjellfrosvatn Charr
Salvelinus struanensis
Salvelinus evasus
Salvelinus willoughbii
Salvelinus youngeri
Salvelinus evasus
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Status/Date(s) Listed as Endangered

  Scientific Name Status Listing Date Range
1. Salvelinus coliiNT-IUCN2008Ireland
2. Salvelinus confluentusVU-IUCN1996Canada, United States
3. Salvelinus evasusVU-IUCN2008Germany
4. Salvelinus fimbriatusVU-IUCN2008Ireland
5. Salvelinus gracillimusVU-IUCN2008United Kingdom
6. Salvelinus grayiCR-IUCN2008Ireland, United Kingdom
7. Salvelinus japonicusEN-IUCN1996Japan
8. Salvelinus killinensisVU-IUCN2008United Kingdom
9. Salvelinus lonsdaliiCR-IUCN2008United Kingdom
10. Salvelinus mallochiVU-IUCN2008United Kingdom
11. Salvelinus maxillarisVU-IUCN2008United Kingdom
12. Salvelinus obtususCR-IUCN2008Ireland
13. Salvelinus perisiiVU-IUCN2008United Kingdom
14. Salvelinus sp. nov. 'Fjellfrosvatn'VU-IUCN2008Norway
15. Salvelinus struanensisVU-IUCN2008United Kingdom
16. Salvelinus willoughbiiEN-IUCN2008United Kingdom
17. Salvelinus youngeriVU-IUCN2008United Kingdom

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