The Azraq Killifish Aphanius sirhani (Seriously Fish) is unique to Jordan's Azraq Oasis and the Jordanian Logsucker Garra ghorensis (FishBase) may also survive only in Jordan. A pipefish Syngnathus safina (FishBase) is so far known only from the Jordanian portion of the Gulf of Aqaba.
known only from Jordan include the Jordanian Fringe-fingered Lizard Acanthodactylus
and a fan-fingered gecko Ptyodactylus
Invertebrates unique to Jordan include the katydids Anadrymadusa jordanica (ResearchGate) and Parapholidoptera willemsei (p. 14 of ZOBODAT pdf file) , a scarab beetle Madotrogus nikolajevi (Wikispecies), a ground beetle Amara jordanica (p. 79 of ZOBODAT 5 MB pdf file), a jewel beetle Anthaxia nabataea (Zootaxa pdf file), a plant bug Platycranus jordanicus (AMNH), a bee Meliturgula denesia (ZOBODAT pdf file), the ants Camponotus husseini and Tetramorium argentirubrum (both at ZOBODAT pdf file), and a scorpion Birulatus haasi (Scorpion Files).
Among about 150 vascular plant species found exclusively in Jordan is the national flower, the Black Iris Iris nigricans (SIGNA). Other endemic plants include the Edom Iris Iris edomensis (Jordan Flora), Crocus moabiticus (Crocus Pages), a madder Rubia danaensis (Flora of Israel), a figwort Scrophularia nabataeorum (botany.cz), Daphne linearifolia (Flora of Israel), Origanum jordanicum (Flora of Israel), Origanum petraeum (Flora of Israel), Origanum punonense (Flora of Israel), Satureja nabateorum (Flora of Israel), Kickxia petrana (Flora of Israel), and Micromeria danaensis (Flora of Israel).
Parts of Jordan are included in the Eastern Mediterranean Conifer- sclerophyllous- broadleaf Forests (EoE) and the Mediterranean Basin biodiversity hotspot (CEPF).