ⓘ Category:Endemic fauna of the Philippines

Aspidiotus

Aspidiotus is a genus of armoured scale insects. It includes several agricultural and horticultural pests. A. destructor was originally blamed for a massive die-off of coconut trees in the Philippines, which began in 2009. He was previously involved in the death in Indonesia. In July 2014, after a detailed morphological review, scientists announced that instead of A. rigidus, was to blame. A. rigidus has few natural predators in the Philippines, which leads to the surging of infection.

Barbodes joaquinae

Barbpdes joaquinae is a species of freshwater ray-finned fish from the carp and minnow family, Cyprinidae. It is endemic to Lanao del Sur on Mindanao in the Philippines where it occurs in a single small stream draining from Basak Lake into the Agus River.

Barbodes palavanensis

Barbodes palavanensis is a species of freshwater ray-finned fish from the carp and minnow family, Cyprinidae which is found in the Philippines. It has been considered to be conspecific with the widespread spotted barb which is found throughout mainland south-east Asia and the Malay Archipelago. It was recorded as being abundant in two streams on the island of Palawan, alongside the newly described endemic goby, Stiphodon palavanensis and the cyprinid Rasbora everetti.

Barbodes quinquemaculatus

Barbodes quinquemaculatus is a species of freshwater ray-finned fish from the carp and minnow family, Cyprinidae which is found in the Philippines. The type specimen was taken near Zamboanga.

Barbodes umalii

Barbodes umalii is a species of freshwater ray-finned fish from the carp and minnow family, Cyprinidae which is found in the Philippines where it has only been recorded from the Agus River system on Mindanao.

Batak shrew

It is of small size, its head and body length of 63.5 millimetres 2.5 in, tail 43 mm 1.7 in, of which the proximal 22 mm 0.87 in are sparsely covered by longer bristles, hindfoot 12.4 mm 0.49 in with claw and 11.5 mm 0.45 in without claw. Its head is short and pointed, with sparse vibrissae up to 14 mm 0.55 in length. Its dorsal and ventral pelage is dark brown. Its hairs are 4.8 mm 0.19 in on dorsum and 4.3 mm 0.17 in on mid-venter in length. Its body hairs are uniformly coloured from base to tip.

                                     

ⓘ Endemic fauna of the Philippines

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Tamanka siitensis

Tamanka siitensis is a species of fish in the goby family, Gobiidae, and the only member of the monotypic genus Tamanka. It is endemic to Jolo Island in the Sulu Archipelago of the Philippines. It is a freshwater fish that can be found in lakes near the coast. This species grows to a length of 6.5 centimetres SL.