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


Species/Common Names:
Perbrinckia cracens
Perbrinckia enodis
Perbrinckia fenestra
Perbrinckia fido
Perbrinckia gabadagei
Perbrinckia glabra
Perbrinckia integra
Perbrinckia morayensis
Perbrinckia punctata
Perbrinckia quadratus
Perbrinckia rosae
Perbrinckia scitula

Facts Summary:
Perbrinckia 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. Perbrinckia cracensCR-IUCN2008Sri Lanka
2. Perbrinckia enodisCR-IUCN2008Sri Lanka
3. Perbrinckia fenestraVU-IUCN2008Sri Lanka
4. Perbrinckia fidoCR-IUCN2008Sri Lanka
5. Perbrinckia gabadageiCR-IUCN2008Sri Lanka
6. Perbrinckia glabraCR-IUCN2008Sri Lanka
7. Perbrinckia integraVU-IUCN2008Sri Lanka
8. Perbrinckia morayensisCR-IUCN2008Sri Lanka
9. Perbrinckia punctataCR-IUCN2008Sri Lanka
10. Perbrinckia quadratusCR-IUCN2008Sri Lanka
11. Perbrinckia rosaeCR-IUCN2008Sri Lanka
12. Perbrinckia scitulaCR-IUCN2008Sri Lanka

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