Near Threatened

Taxa in the category - Near Threatened:

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Abies cilicica subsp. cilicica

Endemic to the mountains adjacent to the north-eastern Mediterranean coast where globally it is Near Threatened but Endangered at a national level in Syria and Lebanon Read full species entry >

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Abies delavayi var. nukiangensis (W.C.Cheng & L.K.Fu) Farjon & Silba

Mainly found in the remote mountain ranges of southwestern China and northeast Myanmar where logging has had some impact. It is listed as Near Threatened. Read full species entry >

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Abies forrestii var. forrestii

A mid to high altitude fir that has previously been impacted by logging. It is assessed as Near Threatened. Read full species entry >

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Abies forrestii var. smithii Viguié & Gaussen

A high elevation species that is listed as Near Threatened due to past logging and deforestation. Read full species entry >

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Abies kawakamii (Hayata) T.Itô

A subtropical alpine fir restricted to a few areas in Taiwan. Climate change is likely to have a significant impact on this species. Currently it is assessed as Near Threatened Read full species entry >

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Abies spectabilis (D.Don) Spach

One of the dominant trees in conifer forests distributed from Nepal to Afghanistan. Despite this, ongoing logging and deforestation have resulted in an assessment of Near Threatened. Read full species entry >

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Agathis atropurpurea B.Hyland

Endemic to Australia where as a result of past logging it has a very restricted distribution in Queensland Read full species entry >

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Agathis microstachya Bailey & C.White

Endemic to the Cook District of northeast Queensland, Australia where 50% of the population has been reduced by logging. Read full species entry >

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