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Endangered Radiator Plant Species:
Peperomia abnormis
Peperomia albovittata
Peperomia arenillasensis
Peperomia choritana
Peperomia clivigaudens
Peperomia cordilimba
Peperomia crispa
Peperomia dauleana
Peperomia disjunctiflora
Peperomia espinosae
Peperomia fagerlindii
Peperomia glandulosa
Peperomia graveolens
Peperomia guayaquilensis
Peperomia guttulata
Peperomia inconspicua
Peperomia kamerunana
Peperomia lehmannii
Peperomia leucanthera
Peperomia leucorrhachis
Peperomia litana
Peperomia micromerioides
Peperomia millei
Peperomia mitchelioides
Peperomia pachystachya
Peperomia paradoxa
Peperomia parvilimba
Peperomia peploides
Peperomia persuculenta
Peperomia persulcata
Peperomia petraea
Peperomia pichinchae
Peperomia porphyridea
Peperomia pululaguana
Peperomia rubropunctulata
Peperomia rupicola
Peperomia salangonis
Peperomia scutellariifolia
Peperomia stenostachya
Peperomia subdiscoidea
Peperomia tablahuasiana
Peperomia thienii
Peperomia tuberculata
Peperomia udimontana
Peperomia valladolidana
Peperomia wheeleri
Synonyms:
       Wheeler's Peperomia
Peperomia wibomii



Radiator Plant



Group: Plants

Status/Date(s) Listed as Endangered

Area(s) Where Listed As Endangered:
Cameroon, Ecuador, Equatorial Guinea, Puerto Rico

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