Lo'ulu 
 
 
Group:
Plants
Area(s) Where Listed As Endangered:
Hawaii


Species/Common Names:
Pritchardia affinis
Pritchardia aylmer-robinsonii
Wahane
Pritchardia forbesiana
Mt. Eke Pritchardi
Pritchardia glabrata
Pritchardia hardyi
Makaleha Pritchardi
Pritchardia kaalae
Pritchardia lanaiensis
Lanai Pritchardia
Pritchardia lanigera
Pritchardia limahuliensis
Limahuli Valley Pritchardia
Pritchardia lowreyana
Molokaʻi Pritchardia
Pritchardia munroi
Pritchardia napaliensis
Pritchardia perlmanii
Wai'oli Valley Pritchardia
Pritchardia remota
Pritchardia schattaueri
Pritchardia viscosa
Pritchardia waialealeana
Poleline Pritchardia
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Status/Date(s) Listed as Endangered

  Scientific Name Status Listing Date Range
1. Pritchardia affinisEN-US FWSMarch 4, 1994Hawaii
   CR-IUCN1998 
2. Pritchardia aylmer-robinsoniiEN-US FWSAugust 7, 1996Hawaii
   CR-IUCN1998 
3. Pritchardia forbesianaEN-IUCN1998Hawaii
4. Pritchardia glabrataEN-IUCN1998Hawaii
5. Pritchardia hardyiCR-IUCN1998Hawaii
6. Pritchardia kaalaeEN-US FWSOctober 10, 1996Hawaii
   CR-IUCN1998 
7. Pritchardia lanaiensisEN-IUCN1998Hawaii
8. Pritchardia lanigeraEN-IUCN1998Hawaii
9. Pritchardia limahuliensisCR-IUCN1998Hawaii
10. Pritchardia lowreyanaVU-IUCN1998Hawaii
11. Pritchardia munroiEN-US FWSOctober 8, 1992Hawaii
   CR-IUCN1998 
12. Pritchardia napaliensisEN-US FWSOctober 10, 1996Hawaii
   CR-IUCN1998 
13. Pritchardia perlmaniiEN-IUCN1998Hawaii
14. Pritchardia remotaEN-US FWSAugust 21, 1996Hawaii
   EN-IUCN1998 
15. Pritchardia schattaueriEN-US FWSOctober 10, 1996Hawaii
   CR-IUCN1998 
16. Pritchardia viscosaEN-US FWSOctober 10, 1996Hawaii
   CR-IUCN1998 
17. Pritchardia waialealeanaVU-IUCN1998Hawaii

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