Cupressaceae

Taxa in the category - Cupressaceae:

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Juniperus pingii W.C.Cheng

A variable, high altitude juniper that is usually found as a prostrate shurb (var wilsonii) in SW China and on the Tibetan Plateau. Grazing and firewood collection have led to a suspected reduction of almost 30% so that it has been assessed as Near Threatened. Read full species entry >

J. pingii and other conifers, Baima Shan
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Juniperus pingii var. pingii

A poorly known taxon confined to western China where grazing is thought to be a major threat throughout its range. Read full species entry >

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Juniperus recurva var coxii (A.B.Jacks.) Melville

A graceful weeping tree from SW China and the adjoining Himalayas. Large trees are now rare as its timber has been highly valued for coffins and furniture. Currently it is assessed as Near Threatened. Read full species entry >

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Juniperus saltillensis M.T.Hall

Distributed in northern Mexico and in decline due to intensive grazing and deforestation for agricultural purposes. Read full species entry >

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Juniperus saxicola Britton & P.Wilson

Endemic to a single mountain in eastern Cuba where fire and human disturbance has reduced the population to just 53 mature individuals. Read full species entry >

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Juniperus standleyi Steyerm.

Distributed in southern Mexico and northern Guatemala where clearance for agricultural purposes and logging is a threat Read full species entry >

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Juniperus tibetica Kom.

Distributed in China and Tibet where threats include fire and grazing Read full species entry >

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Libocedrus chevalieri Buchh.

One of three species of Libocedrus which is endemic to New Caledonia where it has a very narrow distribution Read full species entry >

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