Partula Snail 
Also Called:
Moorean Viviparous Tree Snail
Area(s) Where Listed As Endangered:
Federated States of Micronesia, French Polynesia, Guam, Northern Mariana Islands, Palau

Species/Common Names:
Partula calypso
Partula clara
Partula dentifera
Partula emersoni
Partula faba
Partula filosa
Partula garretti
Partula gibba
Fat Guam Partula
Partula guamensis
Partula hebe
Partula hyalina
Partula labrusca
Partula langfordi
Partula leucothoe
Partula martensiana
Partula mirabilis
Partula mooreana
Partula otaheitana
Partula radiolata
Radiolate Partula
Partula rosea
Partula suturalis
Sutural Partula
Partula taeniata
Partula thetis
Partula tohiveana
Partula tristis
Partula varia

Facts Summary:
Partula (commonly known as the Partula Snail species) is a genus of snails of concern and found in the following area(s): Federated States of Micronesia, French Polynesia, Guam, Northern Mariana Islands, Palau.

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Status/Date(s) Listed as Endangered

  Scientific Name Status Listing Date Range
1. Partula calypsoCR-IUCN1996Palau
2. Partula claraCR-IUCN1996French Polynesia
3. Partula dentiferaEW-IUCN1996French Polynesia
4. Partula emersoniCR-IUCN1996Federated States of Micronesia
5. Partula fabaEW-IUCN1996French Polynesia
6. Partula filosaCR-IUCN1996French Polynesia
7. Partula garrettiEW-IUCN1996French Polynesia
8. Partula gibbaCR-IUCN1996Guam, Northern Mariana Islands
9. Partula guamensisCR-IUCN1996Federated States of Micronesia
10. Partula hebeEW-IUCN1996French Polynesia
11. Partula hyalinaCR-IUCN1996French Polynesia
12. Partula labruscaEW-IUCN1996French Polynesia
13. Partula langfordiCR-IUCN1996Northern Mariana Islands
14. Partula leucothoeCR-IUCN1996Palau
15. Partula martensianaCR-IUCN1996Federated States of Micronesia
16. Partula mirabilisEW-IUCN1996French Polynesia
17. Partula mooreanaEW-IUCN1996French Polynesia
18. Partula otaheitanaCR-IUCN1996French Polynesia
19. Partula radiolataCR-IUCN1996Guam
20. Partula roseaCR-IUCN1996French Polynesia
21. Partula suturalisEW-IUCN1996French Polynesia
22. Partula taeniataEW-IUCN1996French Polynesia
23. Partula thetisCR-IUCN1996Palau
24. Partula tohiveanaEW-IUCN1996French Polynesia
25. Partula tristisEW-IUCN1996French Polynesia
26. Partula variaCR-IUCN1996French Polynesia

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