Near Threatened

Taxa in the category - Near Threatened:

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Juniperus turbinata Guss.

Juniperus turbinata is widespread but scattered, and mainly limited to the coast of the Mediterranean, where it often occurs in or close to urbanized coastal strips, where much of the habitat has been irreversibly destroyed . Read full species entry >

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Keteleeria fortunei (A.Murray bis) Carrière

A relatively widespread tree occurring across much of southeastern China at lower altitudes. Deforestation has had sufficient impact to warrant lisiting this species as Near Threatened. Read full species entry >

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Larix griffithii var speciosa (W.C.Cheng & Y.W.Law) Farjon

Only known from a limited area of SW China where logging has had some impact. Currently it is assessed as Near Threatened. Its presence in NE Myanmar has not yet been confirmed. Read full species entry >

Pula River catchment, Gaoligongshan
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Larix potaninii var himalaica (W.C.Cheng & L.K.Fu) Farjon & Silba

This variety is restricted to a few valleys near Mt Everest on both Chinese and Nepalese sides. It is assessed as Near Threatened due to its restricted distribution, the likelihood that it is exploited but uncertainty as to the extent of that exploitation. Read full species entry >

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Nageia fleuryi (Hickel) de Laub.

A small tree usually restricted to karst limestone areas, mostly in Vietnam, Lao PDR and southern China . The timber is selectively logged for use in fine crafts. Read full species entry >

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Nothotsuga longibracteata (W.C.Cheng) Hu ex C.N.Page

A rare tree that is disjunctly distributed in the mountains of southeast China. Intensive logging between 1960 and 1980 led to a decline that is estimated to be almost 30%. Currently it is listed as Near Threatened. Read full species entry >

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Picea linzhiensis (W.C.Cheng & L.K.Fu) Rushforth

A high altitude spruce known mainly from the Zangbo [Yarlung Tsangpo] drainage of SE Xizang [Tibet]. Logging and deforestation have had some impact. Read full species entry >

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