Ceratozamia spp. 
 
 
Group:
Plants
Area(s) Where Listed As Endangered:
Belize, Guatemala, Mexico


Species/Common Names:
Ceratozamia alvarezii
Ceratozamia becerrae
Ceratozamia euryphyllidia
Ceratozamia fusco-viridis
Ceratozamia hildae
Ceratozamia kuesteriana
Ceratozamia latifolia
Ceratozamia matudae
Ceratozamia mexicana
Bamboo Cycad
Ceratozamia microstrobila
Ceratozamia miqueliana
Ceratozamia morettii
Ceratozamia norstogii
Ceratozamia robusta
Ceratozamia sabatoi
Ceratozamia whitelockiana
Ceratozamia zaragozae

Facts Summary:
Ceratozamia is a genus of plants of concern and found in the following area(s): Belize, Guatemala, Mexico.

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Status/Date(s) Listed as Endangered

  Scientific Name Status Listing Date Range
1. Ceratozamia alvareziiEN-IUCN2003Mexico
2. Ceratozamia becerraeEN-IUCN2003Mexico
3. Ceratozamia euryphyllidiaCR-IUCN2003Guatemala, Mexico
4. Ceratozamia fusco-viridisCR-IUCN2003Mexico
5. Ceratozamia hildaeEN-IUCN2003Mexico
6. Ceratozamia kuesterianaCR-IUCN2003Mexico
7. Ceratozamia latifoliaVU-IUCN2003Mexico
8. Ceratozamia matudaeEN-IUCN2003Guatemala, Mexico
9. Ceratozamia mexicanaVU-IUCN2003Mexico
10. Ceratozamia microstrobilaVU-IUCN2003Mexico
11. Ceratozamia miquelianaVU-IUCN2003Mexico
12. Ceratozamia morettiiEN-IUCN2003Mexico
13. Ceratozamia norstogiiCR-IUCN2003Mexico
14. Ceratozamia robustaVU-IUCN2003Belize, Guatemala, Mexico
15. Ceratozamia sabatoiEN-IUCN2003Mexico
16. Ceratozamia whitelockianaEN-IUCN2003Mexico
17. Ceratozamia zaragozaeCR-IUCN2003Mexico

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