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Number of species. This table provides the number of species found in this region, based on the Howard and Moore (2003, rev. 2008) taxonomy. To view the full species list, click on the name of a region.
Region name Number of species endemics breeding endemics globally threatened extinct introduced
Ecuador checklist 1659360nullnull6
Ecuador (mainland) checklist 1612100nullnull6
Costa checklist 99500nullnull5
El Oro checklist 69200nullnull3
Esmeraldas checklist 78900nullnull3
Guayas & Santa Elena checklist 73100nullnull5
Guayas checklist 53700nullnull5
Santa Elena checklist 46500nullnull3
Los Ríos checklist 60600nullnull3
Manabí checklist 61800nullnull3
Machalilla National Park checklist 36500nullnull2
Isla de la Plata checklist 17700nullnull1
Insular checklist 181262nullnull1
Galápagos checklist 176262nullnull2
Galápagos National Park checklist 14802nullnull1
Baltra Island checklist 9000nullnull1
Bartolome Island checklist 8400nullnull0
Darwin Island checklist 4100nullnull0
Española Island checklist 9700nullnull1
Fernandina Island checklist 9700nullnull1
Floreana Island checklist 10810nullnull2
Genovesa Island checklist 9000nullnull1
Isabela Island checklist 12010nullnull2
Isla Cowley checklist 1800nullnull0
Marchena Island checklist 6500nullnull1
North Seymour Island checklist 8000nullnull0
Pinta Island checklist 6300nullnull1
Pinzón Island checklist 6600nullnull0
Rábida Island checklist 7600nullnull0
San Cristóbal Island checklist 11110nullnull2
Santa Cruz Island checklist 12000nullnull2
Santa Fe Island checklist 8400nullnull1
Santiago Island checklist 9400nullnull1
Wolf Island checklist 5300nullnull0
Bainbridge Rocks checklist 6000nullnull0
Champion checklist 6000nullnull1
Corona del Diablo checklist 4401nullnull1
Cuatro Hermanos checklist 5300nullnull1
Daphne Major checklist 6800nullnull0
Eden checklist 4700nullnull0
Gardner-by-Floriana checklist 5900nullnull1
Pitt Islet checklist 3200nullnull0
Plaza Sur checklist 7500nullnull1
Redonda Rock checklist 5300nullnull0
Tortuga checklist 5600nullnull0
Plaza Norte checklist 3400nullnull0
Mosquera checklist 5000nullnull1
Caldwell checklist 2100nullnull0
Enderby checklist 2400nullnull0
Gardner checklist 5100nullnull0
Albany Island checklist 1900nullnull0
Daphne Minor checklist 3700nullnull0
Guy Fawkes checklist 2800nullnull0
Islote Las Tintoreras checklist 2200nullnull0
Lobos Island checklist 5100nullnull0
Roca Léon Dormido checklist 4300nullnull1
Isla Beagle checklist 8000nullnull1
Isla Caamaño checklist 2100nullnull0
Isla Sin Nombre checklist 900nullnull0
Oriente checklist 127400nullnull3
Morona-Santiago checklist 106600nullnull2
Napo (former province) checklist 116600nullnull2
Napo checklist 114100nullnull2
Orellana checklist 82500nullnull2
Pastaza checklist 102700nullnull2
Sucumbíos checklist 111700nullnull2
Zamora-Chinchipe checklist 96300nullnull3
Sierra checklist 122700nullnull5
Azuay checklist 86700nullnull2
Cajas National Park checklist 27200nullnull1
Bolívar checklist 59400nullnull2
Chimborazo checklist 70700nullnull4
Cañar checklist 70600nullnull2
Carchi checklist 79100nullnull2
Cotopaxi checklist 69300nullnull2
Imbabura checklist 82700nullnull2
Loja checklist 71400nullnull3
Pichincha & Santo Domingo de los Tsáchilas checklist 92000nullnull5
Pichincha checklist 82500nullnull4
Santo Domingo de los Tsáchilas checklist 54000nullnull3
Tungurahua checklist 72300nullnull2
Cayambe Coca National Park checklist 55300nullnull1
Cotopaxi National Park checklist 20100nullnull0
Llanganates National Park checklist 18600nullnull0
Podocarpus National Park checklist 46500nullnull1
Rio Negro Sopladora National Park checklist 6800nullnull0
Sangay National Park checklist 27000nullnull0
Sumaco Napo-Galeras National Park checklist 50600nullnull0
Yacuri National Park checklist 17700nullnull1
Yasuní National Park checklist 60400nullnull1

Ecuador has 36 endemic species: The following species are endemic to the region of Ecuador. You can search the web for site locations and information about them by clicking on the species name. (b) denotes a breeding endemic, and † an extinct species.

Galapagos Petrel (b)
Galapagos Penguin
Flightless Cormorant
Galapagos Heron
Galapagos Hawk
Galapagos Rail
Lava Gull
Galapagos Dove
El Oro Parakeet
White-necked Parakeet
Emerald-bellied Woodnymph
Black-breasted Puffleg
Violet-throated Metaltail
Esmeraldas Woodstar
Pale-mandibled Aracari
Pacific Royal Flycatcher
Large-billed Flycatcher
Ecuadorian Tapaculo
Galapagos Mockingbird
Charles Mockingbird
Hood Mockingbird
San Cristobal Mockingbird
Pale-headed Brush-Finch
Large Ground-Finch
Medium Ground-Finch
Small Ground-Finch
Sharp-beaked Ground-Finch
Common Cactus-Finch
Large Cactus-Finch
Vegetarian Finch
Large Tree-Finch
Medium Tree-Finch
Small Tree-Finch
Woodpecker Finch
Mangrove Finch
Warbler Finch


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