Flamingo Flower 
 
 
Also Called:
Boy Flower
Group:
Plants
Area(s) Where Listed As Endangered:
Ecuador


Species/Common Names:
Anthurium albovirescens
Anthurium angustilaminatum
Anthurium aristatum
Anthurium auritum
Anthurium balslevii
Anthurium bucayanum
Anthurium bullosum
Anthurium bushii
Anthurium cabuyalense
Anthurium campii
Anthurium ceratiinum
Anthurium coerulescens
Anthurium curtispadix
Anthurium cutucuense
Anthurium dolichophyllum
Anthurium ecuadorense
Anthurium eggersii
Anthurium esmeraldense
Anthurium falcatum
Anthurium furcatum
Anthurium grex-avium
Anthurium gualeanum
Anthurium hebetatilaminum
Anthurium hieronymi
Anthurium holm-nielsenii
Anthurium jaramilloi
Anthurium jimenae
Anthurium lennartii
Anthurium leonianum
Anthurium lingua
Anthurium linguifolium
Anthurium maculosum
Anthurium magnifolium
Anthurium manabianum
Anthurium miniatum
Anthurium nemorale
Anthurium nigropunctatum
Anthurium oxyphyllum
Anthurium pallatangense
Anthurium pedunculare
Anthurium pichinchae
Anthurium polystictum
Anthurium punctatum
Anthurium rimbachii
Anthurium saccardoi
Anthurium scaberulum
Anthurium silanchense
Anthurium sparreorum
Anthurium subcoerulescens
Anthurium superbum
Anthurium tenaense
Anthurium tenuicaule
Anthurium tenuifolium

Facts Summary:
Anthurium (commonly known as the Flamingo Flower species) is a genus of plants of concern and found in the following area(s): Ecuador.

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Status/Date(s) Listed as Endangered

  Scientific Name Status Listing Date Range
1. Anthurium albovirescensVU-IUCN2003Ecuador
2. Anthurium angustilaminatumNT-IUCN2003Ecuador
3. Anthurium aristatumNT-IUCN2003Ecuador
4. Anthurium auritumVU-IUCN2003Ecuador
5. Anthurium balsleviiVU-IUCN2003Ecuador
6. Anthurium bucayanumEN-IUCN2003Ecuador
7. Anthurium bullosumVU-IUCN2003Ecuador
8. Anthurium bushiiEN-IUCN2003Ecuador
9. Anthurium cabuyalenseVU-IUCN2003Ecuador
10. Anthurium campiiNT-IUCN2003Ecuador
11. Anthurium ceratiinumVU-IUCN2003Ecuador
12. Anthurium coerulescensCR-IUCN2003Ecuador
13. Anthurium curtispadixVU-IUCN2003Ecuador
14. Anthurium cutucuenseEN-IUCN2003Ecuador
15. Anthurium dolichophyllumVU-IUCN2003Ecuador
16. Anthurium ecuadorenseVU-IUCN2003Ecuador
17. Anthurium eggersiiCR-IUCN2003Ecuador
18. Anthurium esmeraldenseVU-IUCN2003Ecuador
19. Anthurium falcatumNT-IUCN2003Ecuador
20. Anthurium furcatumNT-IUCN2003Ecuador
21. Anthurium grex-aviumNT-IUCN2003Ecuador
22. Anthurium gualeanumVU-IUCN2003Ecuador
23. Anthurium hebetatilaminumVU-IUCN2003Ecuador
24. Anthurium hieronymiEN-IUCN2003Ecuador
25. Anthurium holm-nielseniiNT-IUCN2003Ecuador
26. Anthurium jaramilloiVU-IUCN2003Ecuador
27. Anthurium jimenaeVU-IUCN2003Ecuador
28. Anthurium lennartiiVU-IUCN2003Ecuador
29. Anthurium leonianumVU-IUCN2003Ecuador
30. Anthurium linguaNT-IUCN2003Ecuador
31. Anthurium linguifoliumCR-IUCN2003Ecuador
32. Anthurium maculosumNT-IUCN2003Ecuador
33. Anthurium magnifoliumVU-IUCN2003Ecuador
34. Anthurium manabianumVU-IUCN2003Ecuador
35. Anthurium miniatumVU-IUCN2003Ecuador
36. Anthurium nemoraleVU-IUCN2003Ecuador
37. Anthurium nigropunctatumNT-IUCN2003Ecuador
38. Anthurium oxyphyllumVU-IUCN2003Ecuador
39. Anthurium pallatangenseNT-IUCN2003Ecuador
40. Anthurium pedunculareVU-IUCN2003Ecuador
41. Anthurium pichinchaeEN-IUCN2003Ecuador
42. Anthurium polystictumVU-IUCN2003Ecuador
43. Anthurium punctatumVU-IUCN2003Ecuador
44. Anthurium rimbachiiVU-IUCN2003Ecuador
45. Anthurium saccardoiEN-IUCN2003Ecuador
46. Anthurium scaberulumEN-IUCN2003Ecuador
47. Anthurium silanchenseVU-IUCN2003Ecuador
48. Anthurium sparreorumNT-IUCN2003Ecuador
49. Anthurium subcoerulescensVU-IUCN2003Ecuador
50. Anthurium superbumVU-IUCN2003Ecuador
51. Anthurium tenaenseVU-IUCN2003Ecuador
52. Anthurium tenuicauleCR-IUCN2003Ecuador
53. Anthurium tenuifoliumEN-IUCN2003Ecuador

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