${{\boldsymbol \Lambda}}$ BARYONS ($\boldsymbol S$ = $-1$, $\boldsymbol I$ = 0)

${{\mathit \Lambda}^{0}}$ = ${\mathit {\mathit u}}$ ${\mathit {\mathit d}}$ ${\mathit {\mathit s}}$
See related reviews:
Baryon Magnetic Moments
${{\mathit \Lambda}}$ and ${{\mathit \Sigma}}$ Resonances
Pole Structure of the ${{\mathit \Lambda}{(1405)}}$ Region
${{\mathit \Lambda}}$
$1/2^{+ }$ ****
${{\mathit \Lambda}{(1405)}}$
$1/2^{- }$ ****
${{\mathit \Lambda}{(1520)}}$
$3/2^{- }$ ****
${{\mathit \Lambda}{(1600)}}$
$1/2^{+ }$ ***
${{\mathit \Lambda}{(1670)}}$
$1/2^{- }$ ****
${{\mathit \Lambda}{(1690)}}$
$3/2^{- }$ ****
${{\mathit \Lambda}{(1710)}}$
$1/2^{+ }$ *
${{\mathit \Lambda}{(1800)}}$
$1/2^{- }$ ***
${{\mathit \Lambda}{(1810)}}$
$1/2^{+ }$ ***
${{\mathit \Lambda}{(1820)}}$
$5/2^{+ }$ ****
${{\mathit \Lambda}{(1830)}}$
$5/2^{- }$ ****
${{\mathit \Lambda}{(1890)}}$
$3/2^{+ }$ ****
${{\mathit \Lambda}{(2000)}}$
*
${{\mathit \Lambda}{(2020)}}$
$7/2^{+ }$ *
${{\mathit \Lambda}{(2050)}}$
$3/2^{- }$ *
${{\mathit \Lambda}{(2100)}}$
$7/2^{- }$ ****
${{\mathit \Lambda}{(2110)}}$
$5/2^{+ }$ ***
${{\mathit \Lambda}{(2325)}}$
$3/2^{- }$ *
${{\mathit \Lambda}{(2350)}}$
$9/2^{+ }$ ***
${{\mathit \Lambda}{(2585)}}$
**
 
****   Existence is certain, and properties are at least fairly explored.
***   Existence ranges from very likely to certain, but further confirmation is desirable and/or quantum numbers, branching fractions, etc. are not well determined.
**   Evidence of existence is only fair.
*   Evidence of existence is poor.