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Endangered Nectandra Species:
Nectandra angusta
Nectandra apiculata
Nectandra astyla
Nectandra barbellata
Nectandra bicolor
Nectandra brittonii
Nectandra brochidodroma
Nectandra canaliculata
Nectandra caudatoacuminata
Nectandra cerifolia
Nectandra citrifolia
Nectandra dasystyla
Nectandra debilis
Nectandra filiflora
Nectandra fragrans
Nectandra fulva
Nectandra grisea
Nectandra guadaripo
Nectandra herrerae
Nectandra heterotricha
Nectandra hirtella
Nectandra hypoleuca
Nectandra krugii
Nectandra latissima
Nectandra leucocome
Nectandra longipetiolata
Nectandra matogrossensis
Nectandra matudai
Nectandra micranthera
Nectandra minima
Nectandra mirafloris
Nectandra olida
Nectandra paranaensis
Nectandra parviflora
Nectandra psammophila
Nectandra pseudocotea
Nectandra pulchra
Nectandra ramonensis
Nectandra reflexa
Nectandra rudis
Nectandra smithii
Nectandra sordida
Nectandra subbullata
Nectandra utilis
Nectandra weddellii
Nectandra wurdackii

Nectandra spp.

Group: Plants

Status/Date(s) Listed as Endangered

Area(s) Where Listed As Endangered:
Antigua, Barbuda, Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Haiti, Mexico, Netherlands Antilles, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru, Puerto Rico, Venezuela, West Indies

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