|Scientific Name||Status||Listing Date||Range|
|1.||Calopteryx exul||VU-IUCN||2006||Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia|
|2.||Calopteryx hyalina||EN-IUCN||2007||Jordan, Syria|
|3.||Calopteryx syriaca||EN-IUCN||2007||Israel, Israel (Palestinian Territory, Occupied), Jordan, Lebanon, Syria|
|Calopteryx splendens ssp. hyalina|
|Calopteryx splendens ssp. pseudosyriaca|
|Calopteryx splendens ssp. syriaca|
Calopteryx is a genus of insects of concern and found in the following area(s): Algeria, Israel, Israel (Palestinian Territory, Occupied), Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco, Syria, Tunisia.
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