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List of fungi by conservation status

0 extinct in the wild fungus species (0.0%)6 critically endangered fungus species (10.5%)18 endangered fungus species (31.6%)20 vulnerable fungus species (35.1%)6 near threatened fungus species (10.5%)3 least concern fungus species (5.2%)4 data deficient fungus species (7.0%)Circle frame.svg
  •   Extinct in the wild (EW): 0 species
  •   Critically endangered (CR): 6 species
  •   Endangered (EN): 18 species
  •   Vulnerable (VU): 20 species
  •   Near threatened (NT): 6 species
  •   Least concern (LC): 3 species
  •   Data deficient (DD): 4 species
Fungus species (IUCN, 2017-3)
  • 56 extant species and 1 subspecies have been evaluated
  • 53 of those are fully assessed[a]
  • 9 are not threatened at present[b]
  • 44 to 48 are threatened[c]
  • 0 are extinct or extinct in the wild.

  1. ^ excludes data deficient evaluations.
  2. ^ NT and LC.
  3. ^ Threatened comprises CR, EN and VU. Upper estimate additionally includes DD.

As of December 2017, the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) has evaluated the conservation status of 56 fungus species.[1] One subspecies, that of Pleurotus nebrodensis, has been evaluated. However no subpopulations have been evaluated.

As of October 2002, the New Zealand Threat Classification System listed 1512 species and 39 subspecies of fungi, with 65 species considered Threatened.[2][3]

Contents

IUCN listingsEdit

This is a complete list of fungus species and subspecies evaluated by the IUCN.

AscomycotaEdit

LecanoromycetesEdit

PezizomycetesEdit

SordariomycetesEdit

Basidiomycota: AgaricomycetesEdit

AgaricalesEdit

BoletalesEdit

GomphalesEdit

PhallalesEdit

PolyporalesEdit

RussulalesEdit

ThelephoralesEdit

Incertae sedisEdit

NZTCS listingsEdit

Extinct: 0 species (0.0%)Nationally Critical: 29 species (1.9%)Nationally Endangered: 0 species (0.0%)Nationally Vulnerable: 0 species (0.0%)Serious Decline: 1 species (0.1%)Gradual Decline: 10 species (0.7%)Sparse: 5 species (0.3%)Range Restricted: 0 species (0.0%)Data Deficient: 1,447 species (97.0%) 
  •   Extinct: 0 species (0.0%)
  •   Nationally Critical: 29 species (1.9%)
  •   Nationally Endangered: 0 species (0.0%)
  •   Nationally Vulnerable: 0 species (0.0%)
  •   Serious Decline: 1 species (0.1%)
  •   Gradual Decline: 10 species (0.7%)
  •   Sparse: 5 species (0.3%)
  •   Range Restricted: 0 species (0.0%)
  •   Data Deficient: 1,447 species (97.0%)
Species of Fungi (NZTCS, 2002)
  • 1512 extant species are listed
    • 1447 are Data Deficient
    • 65 are Threatened
      • 49 of those Threatened are Nationally Critical
      • 1 of those Threatened are Serious Declime
      • 10 of those Threatened are Gradual Decline
      • 49 of those Threatened are Acutely Threatened
      • 11 of those Threatened are Chronically Threatened
      • 5 of those Threatened are At risk
      • 0 of those Evaluated are Extinct

Nationally CriticalEdit

Serious declineEdit

Gradual DeclineEdit

  • Diaporthe sp. 1 - Conservation Dependent, Human Induced
  • Diaporthe sp. 2 - Conservation Dependent, Human Induced
  • Glonium sp. - Conservation Dependent, Extreme Fluctuations
  • Leucostoma sp. 1 - Conservation Dependent, Human Induced
  • Leucostoma sp. 2 - Conservation Dependent, Human Induced
  • Pestalotiopsis sp. - Conservation Dependent, Extreme Fluctuations
  • Phomopsis sp. - Conservation Dependent, One Location
  • Propolis desmoschoeni - Conservation Dependent, Extreme Fluctuations
  • Seimatosporium sp. - Conservation Dependent, Extreme Fluctuations
  • Truncatella sp. - Conservation Dependent, Extreme Fluctuations

SparseEdit

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "IUCN Red List version 2017-3". The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources (IUCN). Retrieved 15 December 2017. Search by taxonomy: FUNGI 57 in total 
  2. ^ Hitchmough, Rod, ed. (October 2002). New Zealand Threat Classification System lists (PDF). Threatened species occasional publication. 23. Wellington, New Zealand: Biodiversity Recovery Unit, Department of Conservation. ISBN 0-478-22319-6. Retrieved 5 February 2018. 
  3. ^ Hitchmough, Rod; Bull, Leigh; Cromarty, Pam, eds. (January 2007). New Zealand Threat Classification System lists 2005 (PDF). Wellington, New Zealand: Science & Technical Publishing, Department of Conservation. ISBN 0-478-14128-9. Retrieved 5 February 2018. b Nationally Critical fungi have been reduced by one species because of the removal of a double listing that was included in Hitchmough (comp. 2002). c Data Deficient fungi have been reduced by eight species because of the removal of double listings (these were edited out of the published list in Hitchmough (comp. 2002), but were included in the statistics in Table 1 of that publication)