Podocarpaceae

Taxa in the category - Podocarpaceae:

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Podocarpus affinis Seem.

Podocarpus affinis has a restricted extent of occurrence (ca. 1,400 km2) well within the threshold for listing as Endangered under the B1 criterion. It is known from more than five locations and the subpopulations are not severely fragmented as defined under the IUCN Red List Guidelines. There is likely to have been some recent decline in the quality of its habitat in parts of its range due to deforestation and forest clearance. The extent of the decline is uncertain. At this stage an assessment of Near Threatened seems most appropriate (almost qualifies under B1ab(iii)). Read full species entry >

Near Mt Tomanivi
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Podocarpus archboldii N.E.Gray

Distributed throughout the island of New Guinea and is in decline due to logging for its valuable wood Read full species entry >

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Podocarpus buchii Urban

Endemic to the Dominican Republic and Haiti where it is mainly threatened by habitat loss due to agriculture, logging, fire and tornadoes. Read full species entry >

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Podocarpus capuronii de Laub.

One of five threatened species of Podocarpus endemic to Madagascar where threats include deforestation, cutting for firewood, fires and grazing. Read full species entry >

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Podocarpus confertus de Laub.

Endemic to Borneo in Sabah and Sarawak, here it is in decline due to large-scale conversion of its habitat to oil palm and rubber plantations. Read full species entry >

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Podocarpus costalis C.Presl

Distributed in the Philippines and Taiwan where it is restricted to as few as five localities; it is in decline because of plants being taken from the wild for horticultural use Read full species entry >

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Podocarpus costaricensis de Laub.

This species is limited to four locations in Costa Rica and has seen a decline because of deforestation and changes in land use. Read full species entry >

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Podocarpus decumbens N.E.Gray

Endemic to New Caledonia where it is only known from three small sites in the south of Grand Terre. Its main threat is from fire Read full species entry >

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