Aphanius spp. 
Area(s) Where Listed As Endangered:
Greece, Israel, Jordan, Spain, Turkey

Species/Common Names:
Aphanius almiriensis
Almiri Toothcarp
Aphanius baeticus
Aphanius burduricus
Aphanius iberus
Spanish Toothcarp
Aphanius richardsoni
Aphanius sirhani
Aphanius splendens
Aphanius transgrediens

Facts Summary:
Aphanius is a genus of fishes of concern and found in the following area(s): Greece, Israel, Jordan, Spain, Turkey.

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Status/Date(s) Listed as Endangered

  Scientific Name Status Listing Date Range
1. Aphanius almiriensisCR-IUCN2008Greece
2. Aphanius baeticusEN-IUCN2006Spain
3. Aphanius burduricusEN-IUCN1996Turkey
4. Aphanius iberusEN-IUCN2006Spain
5. Aphanius richardsoniCR-IUCN2006Israel, Jordan
6. Aphanius sirhaniCR-IUCN2006Jordan
7. Aphanius splendensCR-IUCN1996Turkey
8. Aphanius transgrediensCR-IUCN1996Turkey

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