Gonystylus spp. 
 
 
Group:
Plants
Area(s) Where Listed As Endangered:
Brunei Darussalam, Indonesia, Malaysia, Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands


Species/Common Names:
Gonystylus bancanus
Ramin
Gonystylus calophylloides
Gonystylus consanguineus
Gonystylus costalis
Gonystylus decipiens
Gonystylus glaucescens
Gonystylus keithii
Gonystylus lucidulus
Gonystylus macrophyllus
Gonystylus nervosus
Gonystylus nobilis
Gonystylus pendulus
Gonystylus spectabilis
Gonystylus stenosepalus
Gonystylus xylocarpus

Facts Summary:
Gonystylus is a genus of plants of concern and found in the following area(s): Brunei Darussalam, Indonesia, Malaysia, Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands.

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Status/Date(s) Listed as Endangered

  Scientific Name Status Listing Date Range
1. Gonystylus bancanusVU-IUCN1998Brunei Darussalam, Indonesia, Malaysia
2. Gonystylus calophylloidesVU-IUCN1998Malaysia
3. Gonystylus consanguineusVU-IUCN1998Indonesia, Malaysia
4. Gonystylus costalisVU-IUCN1998Malaysia
5. Gonystylus decipiensVU-IUCN1998Malaysia
6. Gonystylus glaucescensVU-IUCN1998Indonesia
7. Gonystylus keithiiVU-IUCN1998Indonesia, Malaysia
8. Gonystylus lucidulusVU-IUCN1998Brunei Darussalam, Malaysia
9. Gonystylus macrophyllusVU-IUCN1998Indonesia, Malaysia, Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands
10. Gonystylus nervosusVU-IUCN1998Malaysia
11. Gonystylus nobilisVU-IUCN1998Malaysia
12. Gonystylus pendulusVU-IUCN1998Malaysia
13. Gonystylus spectabilisVU-IUCN1998Malaysia
14. Gonystylus stenosepalusVU-IUCN1998Malaysia
15. Gonystylus xylocarpusVU-IUCN1998Indonesia, Malaysia

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