Podocarpaceae

Taxa in the category - Podocarpaceae:

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Dacrydium nausoriense de Laub.

Endemic to two islands in the Republic of Fiji where it has been extensively logged for its valuable timber and its habitat converted for agriculture and pastoralism Read full species entry >

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Dacrydium pectinatum de Laub.

Native to China and several countries in South-east Asia where deforestation has dramatically reduced the population Read full species entry >

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Falcatifolium angustum de Laub.

Endemic to Sarawak where it only has two coastal locations which are threatened by deforestation for oil palm plantations 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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Nageia maxima (Parl.) de Laub.

Known from only two locations in Sarawak where it is primarily threatened by the conversion of rainforest to oil palm plantations Read full species entry >

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Nageia motleyi (Parl.) de Laub.

Native to many countires in South-east Asia where there has been a dramatic loss due to the conversion of rainforest to oil plam plantations Read full species entry >

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Parasitaxus usta (Vieill.) de Laub.

This, the only known parasitic conifer species is endemic to New Caledonia where it's host is the conifer Falcatifolium taxoides. Read full species entry >

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Pherosphaera fitzgeraldii (F.Muell.) F.Muell. ex Hook.f.

Native to a very small area in the Blue Mountains of Australia where threats include pollution, invasive plants species and extreme fire events Read full species entry >

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