Bellamya spp. 
 
 
Group:
Snails
Area(s) Where Listed As Endangered:
Angola, Democratic Republic of Congo (Zaire), Kenya, Liberia, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia


Species/Common Names:
Bellamya constricta
Bellamya contracta
Bellamya costulata
Bellamya crawshayi
Bellamya jucunda
Bellamya leopoldvillensis
Bellamya liberiana
Bellamya monardi
Viviparus monardi
Bellamya mweruensis
Bellamya pagodiformis
Bellamya phthinotropis
Bellamya robertsoni
Bellamya rubicunda
Bellamya trochearis

Facts Summary:
Bellamya is a genus of snails of concern and found in the following area(s): Angola, Democratic Republic of Congo (Zaire), Kenya, Liberia, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia.

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Status/Date(s) Listed as Endangered

  Scientific Name Status Listing Date Range
1. Bellamya constrictaEN-IUCN1996Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda
2. Bellamya contractaEN-IUCN1996Democratic Republic of Congo (Zaire)
3. Bellamya costulataNT-IUCN2004Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda
4. Bellamya crawshayiEN-IUCN1996Democratic Republic of Congo (Zaire), Zambia
5. Bellamya jucundaVU-IUCN2004Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda
6. Bellamya leopoldvillensisEN-IUCN1996Democratic Republic of Congo (Zaire)
7. Bellamya liberianaCR-IUCN1996Liberia
8. Bellamya monardiNT-IUCN2007Angola, Namibia
9. Bellamya mweruensisEN-IUCN1996Democratic Republic of Congo (Zaire), Zambia
10. Bellamya pagodiformisEN-IUCN1996Democratic Republic of Congo (Zaire), Zambia
11. Bellamya phthinotropisEN-IUCN1996Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda
12. Bellamya robertsoniEN-IUCN1996Malawi, Mozambique
13. Bellamya rubicundaEN-IUCN1996Democratic Republic of Congo (Zaire), Uganda
14. Bellamya trochearisEN-IUCN1996Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda

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