Boucardicus spp. 
 
 
Group:
Snails
Area(s) Where Listed As Endangered:
Madagascar


Species/Common Names:
Boucardicus albocinctus
Boucardicus antiquus
Boucardicus carylae
Boucardicus culminans
Boucardicus curvifolius
Boucardicus delicatus
Boucardicus divei
Boucardicus esetrae
Boucardicus fidimananai
Boucardicus fortistriatus
Boucardicus magnilobatus
Boucardicus mahermanae
Boucardicus rakotoarisoni
Boucardicus randalanai
Boucardicus simplex
Boucardicus tridentatus
Boucardicus victorhernandezi
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Status/Date(s) Listed as Endangered

  Scientific Name Status Listing Date Range
1. Boucardicus albocinctusVU-IUCN2000Madagascar
2. Boucardicus antiquusVU-IUCN2000Madagascar
3. Boucardicus carylaeEN-IUCN2000Madagascar
4. Boucardicus culminansEN-IUCN2000Madagascar
5. Boucardicus curvifoliusEN-IUCN2000Madagascar
6. Boucardicus delicatusEN-IUCN2000Madagascar
7. Boucardicus diveiEN-IUCN2000Madagascar
8. Boucardicus esetraeEN-IUCN2000Madagascar
9. Boucardicus fidimananaiCR-IUCN2000Madagascar
10. Boucardicus fortistriatusCR-IUCN2000Madagascar
11. Boucardicus magnilobatusEN-IUCN2000Madagascar
12. Boucardicus mahermanaeEN-IUCN2000Madagascar
13. Boucardicus rakotoarisoniVU-IUCN2000Madagascar
14. Boucardicus randalanaiEN-IUCN2000Madagascar
15. Boucardicus simplexCR-IUCN2000Madagascar
16. Boucardicus tridentatusVU-IUCN2000Madagascar
17. Boucardicus victorhernandeziEN-IUCN2000Madagascar

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