EDGE Scores

The worlds mammals and amphibians scored according to how Evolutionarily Distinct and Globally Endangered they are.


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Name ED Scale ED Score EDGE Scale EDGE Score
Dendrotriton bromeliacius (Volcan Tajumulco bromeliad salamander) 10 20.48 68 5.15
Dendrotriton rabbi (Guatemalan bromeliad salamander) 10 20.48 68 5.15
Dendrotriton sanctibarbarus (sanctibarbarus bromeliad salamander) 10 20.48 68 5.15
Niceforonia adenobrachia 4 9.82 68 5.15
Phrynopus dagmarae 4 9.82 68 5.15
Phrynopus heimorum 4 9.82 68 5.15
Phrynopus horstpauli 4 9.82 68 5.15
Phrynopus juninensis 4 9.82 68 5.15
Phrynopus kauneorum 4 9.82 68 5.15
Lynchius parkeri 4 9.82 68 5.15
Oreobates pereger 4 9.82 68 5.15
Hypsiboas cymbalum 4 9.67 68 5.14
Scinax alcatraz (Tree frog) 4 9.64 68 5.14
Adenomus dasi (Das's dwarf toad) 4 9.63 68 5.14
Andrias japonicus (Japanese giant salamander) 43 83.42 68 5.13
Amblysomus marleyi (Marley's Golden Mole) 9 20.00 68 5.12
Batrachoseps campi (Inyo Mountains Slender Salamander) 9 19.87 68 5.12
Potorous longipes (Long-footed Potoroo) 9 19.82 68 5.12
Cryptotis nelsoni (Nelson's Small-eared Shrew) 4 9.45 68 5.12
Pachyhynobius shangchengensis (Shangcheng stout salamander) 20 40.58 67 5.11
Chiropterotriton chondrostega (Gristle-headed splayfoot salamander) 9 19.78 67 5.11
Chiropterotriton cracens (Graceful splayfoot salamander) 9 19.78 67 5.11
Chiropterotriton dimidiatus (Dwarf splayfoot salamander) 9 19.78 67 5.11
Chiropterotriton multidentatus (Toothy splayfoot salamander) 9 19.78 67 5.11
Plethodon welleri (Weller's Salamander) 9 19.64 67 5.11
Eleutherodactylus bartonsmithi 4 9.36 67 5.11
Eleutherodactylus eneidae (Mottled Coqui) 4 9.36 67 5.11
Eleutherodactylus fowleri (Khaki Bromeliad Frog) 4 9.36 67 5.11
Eleutherodactylus jasperi (Golden Coqui) 4 9.36 67 5.11
Eleutherodactylus locustus (Warty Coqui) 4 9.36 67 5.11
Eleutherodactylus poolei 4 9.36 67 5.11
Tylomys bullaris (Chiapan climbing rat) 4 9.34 67 5.11
Tylomys tumbalensis (Tumbala climbing rat) 4 9.34 67 5.11
Adelotus brevis (Tusked frog) 42 80.99 67 5.10
Nototriton barbouri (Yoro salamander) 9 19.59 67 5.10
Nototriton limnospectator (limnospectator salamander) 9 19.59 67 5.10
Anhydrophryne rattrayi (Hogsback Frog) 9 19.59 67 5.10
Alytes cisternasii (Midwife toad) 41 79.86 67 5.09
Alytes maurus (”maurus” midwife toad) 41 79.86 67 5.09
Ramanella mormorata (Indian dot frog) 9 19.27 67 5.09
Ramanella palmata (Parker's Dot Frog) 9 19.27 67 5.09
Viverra civettina (Malabar Large-spotted Civet) 4 9.15 67 5.09
Ateles fusciceps (brown-headed spider monkey) 4 9.14 67 5.09
Ailurus fulgens (Red Panda) 20 39.20 67 5.08
Eurycea naufragia (Georgetown Salamander) 9 19.13 67 5.08
Eurycea tonkawae (Jollyville Plateau Salamander) 9 19.13 67 5.08
Leptobrachium leishanense (Leishan spiny toad) 9 19.04 67 5.08
Bettongia penicillata (Woylie) 4 9.04 67 5.08
Discoglossus montalentii (Corsican painted frog) 40 78.76 67 5.07
Tomopeas ravus (blunt-eared bat) 19 38.92 67 5.07
Megophrys ligayae (Palawan Horned Frog) 9 18.97 67 5.07
Leptodactylodon mertensi (Merten's egg frog) 9 18.92 67 5.07
Leptodactylodon perreti (Perret's egg frog) 9 18.92 67 5.07
Leptodactylodon axillaris (Mountain egg frog) 9 18.92 67 5.07
Lagostrophus fasciatus (Banded Hare-wallaby) 9 18.90 67 5.07
Platypelis alticola (Madagascar giant treefrog) 9 18.88 67 5.07
Platypelis mavomavo (Yellowish tree cophyline frog) 9 18.88 67 5.07
Platypelis milloti (Nosy Be giant treefrog) 9 18.88 67 5.07
Platypelis tetra (Four-spotted tree cophyline frog) 9 18.88 67 5.07
Mantella bernhardi (Bernhard's Mantella) 9 18.87 67 5.07
Plethodontohyla brevipes (Betsileo digging frog) 9 18.81 67 5.07
Rhombophryne guentherpetersi (Tsaratanana digging frog) 9 18.81 67 5.07
Callicebus barbarabrownae (blond titi monkey) 4 8.99 67 5.07
Mesocapromys nanus (dwarf hutia) 4 8.95 67 5.07
Mesocapromys sanfelipensis (San Felipe hutia) 4 8.95 67 5.07
Rhinatrema bivittatum (Two-lined Caecilian) 82 157.00 67 5.06
Thorius arboreus (Tree pigmy salamander) 9 18.79 67 5.06
Thorius boreas (boreas pigmy salamander) 9 18.79 67 5.06
Thorius dubitus (Acultzingo pigmy salamander) 9 18.79 67 5.06
Thorius grandis (Grand pigmy salamander) 9 18.79 67 5.06
Thorius lunaris (lunaris pigmy salamander) 9 18.79 67 5.06
Thorius macdougalli (MacDougall's pigmy salamander) 9 18.79 67 5.06
Thorius munificus (munificus pigmy salamander) 9 18.79 67 5.06
Thorius omiltemi (Omiltemi minute salamander) 9 18.79 67 5.06
Thorius papaloae (Papalo minute salamander) 9 18.79 67 5.06
Thorius pulmonaris (Lower Cerro pigmy salamander) 9 18.79 67 5.06
Thorius schmidti (Schmidt's pigmy salamander) 9 18.79 67 5.06
Thorius spilogaster (spilogaster pigmy salamander) 9 18.79 67 5.06
Thorius troglodytes (Taylor's pigmy salamander) 9 18.79 67 5.06
Cynogale bennettii (Otter Civet) 9 18.75 67 5.06
Limnonectes microtympanum (Sulawesi wart frog) 9 18.74 67 5.06
Balaenoptera borealis (Sei Whale) 9 18.65 67 5.06
Habromys chinanteco (Chinanteco deer mouse) 4 8.89 67 5.06
Exerodonta perkinsi 4 8.85 67 5.06
Gastrotheca lauzuricae 4 8.84 67 5.06
Gastrotheca zeugocystis 4 8.84 67 5.06
Sorex sclateri (Sclater's Shrew) 4 8.83 67 5.06
Sorex stizodon (San Cristobal Shrew) 4 8.83 67 5.06
Litoria nyakalensis (Mountain Mistfrog) 3 8.81 67 5.06
Litoria lorica (Armoured Frog) 3 8.81 67 5.06
Litoria castanea (Yellow-spotted Tree Frog) 3 8.80 67 5.06
Echinotriton andersoni (Anderson's Crocodile Newt) 9 18.52 66 5.05
Litoria piperata (Peppered Tree Frog) 3 8.78 66 5.05
Cremnomys elvira (Elvira rat) 3 8.75 66 5.05
Pteralopex pulchra (montane monkey-faced bat) 3 8.72 66 5.05
Procyon pygmaeus (Cozumel Raccoon) 3 8.71 66 5.05
Notophthalmus meridionalis (Black-spotted Newt) 9 18.40 66 5.04
Astylosternus fallax (Frog) 9 18.33 66 5.04
Astylosternus laurenti (Frog) 9 18.33 66 5.04
Astylosternus perreti (Frog) 9 18.33 66 5.04
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Data provided by EDGE of Existence programme, Zoological Society of London