By: Agency of the Environment
The updated Red List includes 1,428 taxa, 20% of Japan's flora, classified by the new IUCN threat categories: 17 species are extinct (with 12 more extinct in the wild), 471 are critically endangered, 410 endangered and 518 vulnerable. Another 365 taxa lack sufficient data to assess their status. Clearly, many Japanese plants are threatened.
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