Poecilmitis spp. 
 
 

Group:
Insects
Area(s) Where Listed As Endangered:
South Africa
Status/Date(s) Listed as Endangered:
  Scientific Name Status Listing Date Range
1. Poecilmitis adonisVU-IUCN1996South Africa
2. Poecilmitis azuriusVU-IUCN1996South Africa
3. Poecilmitis balliVU-IUCN1996South Africa
4. Poecilmitis daphneVU-IUCN1996South Africa
5. Poecilmitis endymionVU-IUCN1996South Africa
6. Poecilmitis henningiVU-IUCN1996South Africa
7. Poecilmitis hyperionVU-IUCN1996South Africa
8. Poecilmitis ireneVU-IUCN1996South Africa
9. Poecilmitis kaplaniVU-IUCN1996South Africa
10. Poecilmitis lyncuriumVU-IUCN1996South Africa
11. Poecilmitis lyndseyaeVU-IUCN1996South Africa
12. Poecilmitis orientalisVU-IUCN1996South Africa
13. Poecilmitis penningtoniVU-IUCN1996South Africa
14. Poecilmitis pyramusVU-IUCN1996South Africa
15. Poecilmitis rileyiEN-IUCN1996South Africa
16. Poecilmitis stepheniVU-IUCN1996South Africa
17. Poecilmitis swanepoeliEN-IUCN1996South Africa
18. Poecilmitis trimeniVU-IUCN1996South Africa
19. Poecilmitis wykehamiVU-IUCN1996South Africa


Species/Common Names:
Poecilmitis adonis
Poecilmitis azurius
Poecilmitis balli
Poecilmitis daphne
Poecilmitis endymion
Poecilmitis henningi
Poecilmitis hyperion
Poecilmitis irene
Poecilmitis kaplani
Poecilmitis lyncurium
Tsomo River Copper
Poecilmitis lyndseyae
Poecilmitis orientalis
Poecilmitis penningtoni
Poecilmitis pyramus
Poecilmitis rileyi
Poecilmitis stepheni
Poecilmitis swanepoeli
Poecilmitis trimeni
Poecilmitis wykehami

Facts Summary:
Poecilmitis is a genus of insects of concern and found in the following area(s): South Africa.


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