Vulnerable

Taxa in the category - Vulnerable:

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Amentotaxus poilanei (Ferré & Rouane) D.K.Ferguson

Amentotaxus poilanei has only been recorded from a single locality on the Ngoc Linh massif in Kontum province. General deforestation and trans national road building may be threats in the near future. Read full species entry >

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Amentotaxus yunnanensis H.L.Li

Distributed in China, Loa PDR and Việt Nam where it is threatened by general deforestation and selective logging. Read full species entry >

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Araucaria bernieri J.Buchholz

One of 13 species of Araucaria endemic to New Caledonia where it occurs on the main island of Grande Terre. It has become much reduced due to logging but present-day threats include fire and mining activities. Read full species entry >

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Araucaria biramulata J.Buchholz

One of 13 species of Araucaria endemic to New Caledonia where it occurs on the main island of Grande Terre; threats such as mining and fire are restricting regeneration and leading to fragmentation Read full species entry >

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Araucaria heterophylla (Salisb.) Franco

Endemic to Australia (Norfolk Island Group) where historical logging and forest clearance significantly reduced the population. Today the main threats relate to the impacts of invasive non-native species. Read full species entry >

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Araucaria montana Brongn. & Gris

One of 13 species of Araucaria endemic to New Caledonia where it occurs on the main island of Grande Terre and although widespread is under considerable threat from mining and fire. Read full species entry >

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Araucaria schmidii de Laub.

One of 13 species of Araucaria endemic to New Caledonia. It is restricted to the highest peak in the north of the main island of Grand Terre. Read full species entry >

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Athrotaxis cupressoides D.Don

Endemic to Tasmania where the main threats are fire, grazing of regeneration and dieback caused by Phytophthora Read full species entry >

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