IUCN Red List assessments
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IUCN Red Lists of Lizards (Sauria)
Taxonomy and distribution of the family Anguidae
Bibliography of the family Anguidae


Slowworms, etc.

IUCN Red List assessments:
Extinct (in recent times): 0 species
Extinct in the Wild: 0 species= 0.0 %
Critically Endangered: 7 species= 5.0 %
Endangered: 28 species= 20.1 %
Vulnerable: 8 species= 5.8 %
Near Threatened: 4 species= 2.9 %
Least Concern: 55 species= 39.6 %
Data Deficient: 17 species= 12.2 %
Not Assessed: 20 species= 14.4 %


Abronia (Arboreal Alligator Lizards)
Advenus (Darien Forest Lizard)
Anguis (Slowworms)
Barisia (Mexican Alligator Lizards)
Caribicus (Northern Hispaniola Forest Lizards)
Celestus (Lesser Galliwasps)
Comptus (Caribbean Rough-scaled Forest Lizards)
Diploglossus (Greater Galliwasps)
Dopasia (Oriental Glass Lizards)
Elgaria (Western Alligator Lizards)
Gerrhonotus (Eastern Alligator Lizards)
Guarocuyus (Jaragua Forest Lizard)
Hyalosaurus (Moroccan Glass Lizard)
Mesaspis (Middle American Alligator Lizards)
Mesoamericus (Talamancan Forest Lizard)
Ophiodes (South American Glass Lizards)
Ophisaurus (North American Glass Lizards)
Panolopus (Caribbean Smooth-scaled Forest Lizards)
Pseudopus (Eurasian Glass Lizard)
Sauresia (Long-headed Four-toed Forest Lizard)
Siderolamprus (Middle American Forest Lizards)
Wetmorena (Short-headed Four-toed Forest Lizards)