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Other At-Risk Invertebrates

A fly with a fuzzy, brown-striped body; orange legs; a long, black proboscis; and a bright green, shiny eye perches on a twig
Delhi sands flower-loving fly (Rhaphiomidas terminatus abdominalis). (Photo: Guy Bruyea)

The Xerces Society works across a diversity of landscapes and with a broad array of species. From the Delhi Sands flower-loving fly, to the Oregon giant earth worm, you can learn more about these assorted at-risk species by scrolling down, or using the search tools.

 

Name search (partial name okay)
Oreohelix cooperi
Black Hills mountainsnail
USA: SD, WY
Vanduzeeina borealis californica
California shield-backed bug
USA: CA, OR
Rhaphiomidas terminatus abdominalis
Delhi Sands flower-loving fly
USA: CA
Saldula villosa
Hairy shore bug
USA: CA, OR
Micracanthia fennica
Harney hot spring shore bug
USA: CA, OR
Juga hemphilli subsp. nov.
Indian Ford Juga
USA: OR
Driloleirus macelfreshi
Oregon giant earthworm
USA: OR
Juga silicula
Shasta Juga
USA: WA
Pyrgulopsis robusta, Pyrgulopsis hendersoni, and Pyrgulopsis new species 6
Springsnails
USA: WA