Wallis and Futuna
described freshwater gobies unique to Futuna are Stiphodon rubromaculatus (WNS Stamps), Sicyopus
pdf file), Akihito
futuna (WNS Stamps),
Endemic marine fish include the Futuna Deepwater Dragonet Callionymus futuna (BHL)
and Seret’s Deepwater Dragonet Callionymus sereti (BHL).
Invertebrates known only from Wallis and Futuna include a wolf spider Schizocosa vulpecula (Wolf Spiders of Australia), a longhorned beetle Ropica wallisi (IRD), several ceratopogonid flies (CAT.INIST), and several land snails: Partula subgonochila (J-Y Meyer) (IUCN), Diastole futunae (Hathi Trust) and Lamprocystis firmostyla (fig. 62 at BHL). Endemic marine invertebrates include a crab Microgoneplax cope (decapoda.free.fr), a shrimp Coralliocaris junckeri (Zootaxa pdf file), a squat lobster Galathea patriciae (Zootaxa pdf file), a cone snail Conus pacificus (MNHN), a scallop Parvamussium musorstomi (scallop.nl), and a marine gastropod Liotipoma wallisensis (Eddie Hardy). The cuttlefish Sepia subplana (IUCN Red List) is known only from the Bayonnaise Bank.
Vascular plants exclusive to Wallis and Futuna include Aglaia psilopetala (WNS Stamps), Cyrtandra futunae (p. 25 of IRD 10 MB pdf file), Peperomia futunaensis (JSTOR), Medinilla racemosa (Internet Archive) (JSTOR), and Elatostema yenii (JSTOR).
Wallis and Futuna is a territory of France and is included in the Fiji Tropical Moist Forests terrestrial ecoregion (EoE).