Ceylonthelphusa spp. 
 
 
Group:
Crustaceans
Area(s) Where Listed As Endangered:
Sri Lanka


Species/Common Names:
Ceylonthelphusa alpina
Ceylonthelphusa armata
Ceylonthelphusa callista
Ceylonthelphusa cavatrix
Ceylonthelphusa diva
Ceylonthelphusa durrelli
Ceylonthelphusa kandambyi
Ceylonthelphusa kotagama
Ceylonthelphusa nana
Ceylonthelphusa nata
Ceylonthelphusa orthos
Ceylonthelphusa sanguinea
Ceylonthelphusa savitriae
Ceylonthelphusa venusta

Facts Summary:
Ceylonthelphusa is a genus of crustaceans of concern and found in the following area(s): Sri Lanka.

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Status/Date(s) Listed as Endangered

  Scientific Name Status Listing Date Range
1. Ceylonthelphusa alpinaEN-IUCN2008Sri Lanka
2. Ceylonthelphusa armataEN-IUCN2008Sri Lanka
3. Ceylonthelphusa callistaCR-IUCN2008Sri Lanka
4. Ceylonthelphusa cavatrixEN-IUCN2008Sri Lanka
5. Ceylonthelphusa divaEN-IUCN2008Sri Lanka
6. Ceylonthelphusa durrelliCR-IUCN2008Sri Lanka
7. Ceylonthelphusa kandambyiNT-IUCN2008Sri Lanka
8. Ceylonthelphusa kotagamaCR-IUCN2008Sri Lanka
9. Ceylonthelphusa nanaCR-IUCN2008Sri Lanka
10. Ceylonthelphusa nataCR-IUCN2008Sri Lanka
11. Ceylonthelphusa orthosCR-IUCN2008Sri Lanka
12. Ceylonthelphusa sanguineaCR-IUCN2008Sri Lanka
13. Ceylonthelphusa savitriaeCR-IUCN2008Sri Lanka
14. Ceylonthelphusa venustaNT-IUCN2008Sri Lanka

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