Ireland’s Red Lists

The Red List of Threatened Species (or conservation assessment) is an objective methodology to assess the conservation status of different taxonomic groups. Guidelines for the production of Red Lists at the regional level, applying consistent categories and criteria, have been developed by the International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources (IUCN), and are adopted in Ireland.

Amphibians, Reptiles & Freshwater Fish

Click to access RL5.pdf


Click to access Ireland-Red-List-No.-13-Stoneflies-Plecoptera.pdf


Click to access RL7.pdf

Damselflies and Dragonflies

Click to access Dragonfly-Damselfly.pdf

Non Marine Molluscs

Click to access REDList2.pdf

Water Beetles

Click to access 0a3bbc2a-a20b-4194-839e-65dfe97fa206.pdf

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