Barbel spp. 
Area(s) Where Listed As Endangered:
Albania, Burundi, Democratic Republic of Congo (Zaire), France, Greece, Israel, Italy, Jordan, Kenya, Malawi, Morocco, Mozambique, Republic of Macedonia, Rwanda, South Africa, Spain, Swaziland, Switzerland, Syria, Tanzania, Turkey, Uganda, Ukraine

Species/Common Names:
Barbus acuticeps
Matthes' Barb
Barbus alluaudi
Barbus amatolicus
Amatola Barb
Barbus andrewi
Berg-breede River Whitefish
Barbus brevipinnis
Shortfin Barb
Barbus calidus
Clanwilliam Redfin
Barbus caninus
Brook Barbel
Barbus chantrei
Barbus choloensis
Silver Barb
Barbus claudinae
Claudine's Barb
Barbus erubescens
Twee River Redfin
Barbus euboicus
Barbus haasi
Barbo De Cola Roja
Barbus harterti
Barbus huloti
Barbus issenensis
Barbus ksibi
Barbus laticeps
Barbus longiceps
Barbus lufukiensis
Barbus macrolepis
Barbus meridionalis
Mediterranean Barbel
Southern Barbel
Barbus motebensis
Marico Barb
Barbus nasus
Barbus paytonii
Barbus prespensis
Barbus pseudotoppini
Barbus quadralineatus
Barbus reinii
Barbus ruasae
Rwasa Barb
Barbus serengetiensis
Barbus serra
Clanwilliam Sawfin
Barbus sp. nov. 'Banhine'
Banhine Barb
Barbus sp. nov. 'Chimanimani'
Chimanimani Chubbyhead
Barbus sp. nov. 'Nzoia'
Barbus sp. nov. 'Pangani'
Barbus sp. nov. 'Waterberg'
Waterberg Shortfin Barb
Barbus sperchiensis
Sperchios Barbel
Barbus tauricus
Crimea Barbel
Barbus treurensis
Treur River Barb
Barbus trevelyani
Border Barb

Facts Summary:
Barbus is a genus of fishes of concern and found in the following area(s): Albania, Burundi, Democratic Republic of Congo (Zaire), France, Greece, Israel, Italy, Jordan, Kenya, Malawi, Morocco, Mozambique, Republic of Macedonia, Rwanda, South Africa, Spain, Swaziland, Switzerland, Syria, Tanzania, Turkey, Uganda, Ukraine.

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Status/Date(s) Listed as Endangered

  Scientific Name Status Listing Date Range
1. Barbus acuticepsEN-IUCN2006Burundi, Rwanda, Tanzania
2. Barbus alluaudiVU-IUCN2006Uganda
3. Barbus amatolicusVU-IUCN2007South Africa
4. Barbus andrewiEN-IUCN2007South Africa
5. Barbus brevipinnisNT-IUCN2007South Africa, Swaziland
6. Barbus calidusVU-IUCN2007South Africa
7. Barbus caninusEN-IUCN2006Italy, Switzerland
8. Barbus chantreiEN-IUCN2006Syria, Turkey
9. Barbus choloensisVU-IUCN2006Malawi
10. Barbus claudinaeEN-IUCN2006Burundi, Rwanda
11. Barbus erubescensCR-IUCN2007South Africa
12. Barbus euboicusCR-IUCN2006Greece
13. Barbus haasiVU-IUCN2006Spain
14. Barbus hartertiVU-IUCN2006Morocco
15. Barbus hulotiVU-IUCN2006Democratic Republic of Congo (Zaire), Uganda
16. Barbus issenensisVU-IUCN2006Morocco
17. Barbus ksibiVU-IUCN2006Morocco
18. Barbus laticepsVU-IUCN2006Tanzania
19. Barbus longicepsVU-IUCN2006Israel, Jordan, Syria
20. Barbus lufukiensisNT-IUCN2006Burundi, Democratic Republic of Congo (Zaire)
21. Barbus macrolepisNT-IUCN2006Burundi, Tanzania
22. Barbus meridionalisNT-IUCN2006France, Spain
23. Barbus motebensisVU-IUCN2007South Africa
24. Barbus nasusNT-IUCN2006Morocco
25. Barbus paytoniiVU-IUCN2006Morocco
26. Barbus prespensisVU-IUCN2006Albania, Greece, Republic of Macedonia
27. Barbus pseudotoppiniVU-IUCN2006Tanzania
28. Barbus quadralineatusEN-IUCN2006Burundi, Tanzania
29. Barbus reiniiVU-IUCN2006Morocco
30. Barbus ruasaeCR-IUCN2006Rwanda
31. Barbus serengetiensisVU-IUCN2006Tanzania
32. Barbus serraEN-IUCN2007South Africa
33. Barbus sp. nov. 'Banhine'CR-IUCN2007Mozambique
34. Barbus sp. nov. 'Chimanimani'VU-IUCN2007Mozambique
35. Barbus sp. nov. 'Nzoia'VU-IUCN2006Kenya
36. Barbus sp. nov. 'Pangani'VU-IUCN2006Kenya
37. Barbus sp. nov. 'Waterberg'NT-IUCN2007South Africa
38. Barbus sperchiensisNT-IUCN2008Greece
39. Barbus tauricusVU-IUCN2008Ukraine
40. Barbus treurensisEN-IUCN2007South Africa
41. Barbus trevelyaniEN-IUCN2007South Africa

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