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On 29 January 2010, the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species identified 2464 endangered species, subspecies and varieties, stocks and sub-populations in the Plantae kingdom.

Contents

Bryophyta[edit]

Anthocerotopsida[edit]

Anthocerotales[edit]

Anthocerotaceae[edit]

Bryopsida[edit]

Bryales[edit]

Amblystegiaceae[edit]
Archidiaceae[edit]
Bryaceae[edit]
Bryoxiphiaceae[edit]
Dicranaceae[edit]
Ditrichaceae[edit]
Fabroniaceae[edit]
Grimmiaceae[edit]
Hookeriaceae[edit]
Leskeaceae[edit]
Neckeraceae[edit]
Orthotrichaceae[edit]
Pterobryaceae[edit]
Sematophyllaceae[edit]

Marchantiopsida[edit]

Jungermanniales[edit]

Jungermanniaceae[edit]
Lejeuneaceae[edit]
Pleuroziaceae[edit]
Radulaceae[edit]
Schistochilaceae[edit]

Marchantiales[edit]

Exormothecaceae[edit]

Sphaerocarpales[edit]

Sphaerocarpaceae[edit]

Lycopodiophyta[edit]

Lycopodiopsida[edit]

Lycopodiales[edit]

Lycopodiaceae[edit]

Polypodiophyta[edit]

Polypodiopsida[edit]

Cyatheales[edit]

Cyatheaceae[edit]
Plagiogyriaceae[edit]

Hymenophyllales[edit]

Hymenophyllaceae[edit]

Polypodiales[edit]

Aspleniaceae[edit]
Blechnaceae[edit]
Dennstaedtiaceae[edit]
Dryopteridaceae[edit]
Lomariopsidaceae[edit]
Oleandraceae[edit]
Polypodiaceae[edit]
Pteridaceae[edit]
Thelypteridaceae[edit]
Woodsiaceae[edit]

Tracheophyta[edit]

Coniferopsida[edit]

Coniferales[edit]

Araucariaceae[edit]
Cephalotaxaceae[edit]
Cupressaceae[edit]
Pinaceae[edit]
Podocarpaceae[edit]
Taxaceae[edit]

Cycadopsida[edit]

Cycadales[edit]

Cycadaceae[edit]
Zamiaceae[edit]

Ginkgoopsida[edit]

Ginkgoales[edit]

Ginkgoaceae[edit]

Liliopsida[edit]

Arales[edit]

Araceae[edit]
Lemnaceae[edit]

Arecales[edit]

Palmae[edit]

Bromeliales[edit]

Bromeliaceae[edit]

Commelinales[edit]

Commelinaceae[edit]

Cyclanthales[edit]

Cyclanthaceae[edit]

Cyperales[edit]

Cyperaceae[edit]
Gramineae[edit]

Liliales[edit]

Aloaceae[edit]
Alstroemeriaceae[edit]
Amaryllidaceae[edit]
Anthericaceae[edit]
Asparagaceae[edit]
Asphodelaceae[edit]
Dioscoreaceae[edit]
Dracaenaceae[edit]
Hyacinthaceae[edit]

Orchidales[edit]

Burmanniaceae[edit]
Orchidaceae[edit]

Pandanales[edit]

Pandanaceae[edit]

Zingerberales[edit]

Marantaceae[edit]

Magnoliopsida[edit]

Apiales[edit]

Araliaceae[edit]
Umbelliferae[edit]

Aristolochiales[edit]

Aristolochiaceae[edit]

Asterales[edit]

Compositae[edit]

Campanulales[edit]

Campanulaceae[edit]
Goodeniaceae[edit]

Capparales[edit]

Capparaceae[edit]
Cruciferae[edit]

Caryophyllales[edit]

Aizoaceae[edit]
Amaranthaceae[edit]
Cactaceae[edit]
Caryophyllaceae[edit]
Nyctaginaceae[edit]
Portulacaceae[edit]

Celastrales[edit]

Aquifoliaceae[edit]
Celastraceae[edit]
Icacinaceae[edit]

Cornales[edit]

Melanophyllaceae[edit]

Dipsacales[edit]

Adoxaceae[edit]
Caprifoliaceae[edit]
Dipsacaceae[edit]
Valerianaceae[edit]

Ebenales[edit]

Ebenaceae[edit]
Sapotaceae[edit]
Symplocaceae[edit]

Ericales[edit]

Ericaceae[edit]

Euphorbiales[edit]

Buxaceae[edit]
Euphorbiaceae[edit]

Fabales[edit]

Leguminosae[edit]

Fagales[edit]

Betulaceae[edit]
Corylaceae[edit]
Fagaceae[edit]

Gentianales[edit]

Apocynaceae[edit]
Asclepiadaceae[edit]
Gentianaceae[edit]
Loganiaceae[edit]

Geraniales[edit]

Balsaminaceae[edit]
Dirachmaceae[edit]
Geraniaceae[edit]
Oxalidaceae[edit]
Tropaeolaceae[edit]

Hamamelidales[edit]

Hamamelidaceae[edit]

Juglandales[edit]

Juglandaceae[edit]

Lamiales[edit]

Boraginaceae[edit]
Labiatae[edit]
Verbenaceae[edit]

Laurales[edit]

Gomortegaceae[edit]
Hernandiaceae[edit]
Lauraceae[edit]
Monimiaceae[edit]

Lecythidales[edit]

Lecythidaceae[edit]

Linales[edit]

Erythroxylaceae[edit]
Humiriaceae[edit]
Ixonanthaceae[edit]

Magnoliales[edit]

Annonaceae[edit]
Canellaceae[edit]
Magnoliaceae[edit]
Myristicaceae[edit]
Winteraceae[edit]

Malvales[edit]

Bombacaceae[edit]
Elaeocarpaceae[edit]
Malvaceae[edit]
Sarcolaenaceae[edit]
Sterculiaceae[edit]
Tiliaceae[edit]

Myricales[edit]

Myricaceae[edit]

Myrtales[edit]

Combretaceae[edit]
Lythraceae[edit]
Melastomataceae[edit]
Myrtaceae[edit]
Onagraceae[edit]
Thymelaeaceae[edit]

Nepenthales[edit]

Nepenthaceae[edit]
Sarraceniaceae[edit]

Piperales[edit]

Chloranthaceae[edit]
Piperaceae[edit]

Podostemales[edit]

Podostemaceae[edit]

Polygalales[edit]

Malpighiaceae[edit]
Polygalaceae[edit]
Vochysiaceae[edit]

Polygonales[edit]

Polygonaceae[edit]

Primulales[edit]

Myrsinaceae[edit]

Proteales[edit]

Proteaceae[edit]

Ranunculales[edit]

Berberidaceae[edit]
Meliosmaceae[edit]
Menispermaceae[edit]
Ranunculaceae[edit]

Rhamnales[edit]

Rhamnaceae[edit]

Rhizophorales[edit]

Rhizophoraceae[edit]

Rosales[edit]

Brunelliaceae[edit]
Chrysobalanaceae[edit]
Connaraceae[edit]
Cunoniaceae[edit]
Pittosporaceae[edit]
Rosaceae[edit]

Rubiales[edit]

Rubiaceae[edit]

Salicales[edit]

Salicaceae[edit]

Santalales[edit]

Loranthaceae[edit]
Medusandraceae[edit]
Olacaceae[edit]
Santalaceae[edit]
Viscaceae[edit]

Sapindales[edit]

Aceraceae[edit]
Anacardiaceae[edit]
Bretschneideraceae[edit]
Burseraceae[edit]
Meliaceae[edit]
Melianthaceae[edit]
Rutaceae[edit]
Sapindaceae[edit]
Simaroubaceae[edit]
Zygophyllaceae[edit]

Scrophulariales[edit]

Acanthaceae[edit]
Bignoniaceae[edit]
Buddlejaceae[edit]
Gesneriaceae[edit]
Oleaceae[edit]
Scrophulariaceae[edit]

Solanales[edit]

Cobaeaceae[edit]
Convolvulaceae[edit]
Goetzeaceae[edit]
Solanaceae[edit]

Theales[edit]

Actinidiaceae[edit]
Asteropeiaceae[edit]
Caryocaraceae[edit]
Dipterocarpaceae[edit]
Guttiferae[edit]
Marcgraviaceae[edit]
Ochnaceae[edit]
Quiinaceae[edit]
Scytopetalaceae[edit]
Theaceae[edit]

Urticales[edit]

Cecropiaceae[edit]
Moraceae[edit]
Ulmaceae[edit]
Urticaceae[edit]

Violales[edit]

Begoniaceae[edit]
Caricaceae[edit]
Cistaceae[edit]
Cochlospermaceae[edit]
Flacourtiaceae[edit]
Loasaceae[edit]
Passifloraceae[edit]
Turneraceae[edit]
Violaceae[edit]

References[edit]


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