Bully Tree 
 
 
Group:
Plants
Area(s) Where Listed As Endangered:
Belize, Cape Verde, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Guatemala, Honduras, Jamaica, Mexico, Portugal, Spain, Yemen


Species/Common Names:
Sideroxylon acunae
Sideroxylon altamiranoi
Sideroxylon angustum
Sideroxylon anomalum
Sideroxylon bullatum
Sideroxylon confertum
Sideroxylon dominicanum
Sideroxylon durifolium
Sideroxylon eucoriaceum
Sideroxylon excavatum
Sideroxylon fimbriatum
Sideroxylon hirtiantherum
Sideroxylon ibarrae
Sideroxylon jubilla
Sideroxylon mirmulano
S. mermulana
Sideroxylon peninsulare
Sideroxylon retinerve
Sideroxylon rubiginosum
Sideroxylon socorrense
Sideroxylon stevensonii

Facts Summary:
Sideroxylon (commonly known as the Bully Tree species) is a genus of plants of concern and found in the following area(s): Belize, Cape Verde, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Guatemala, Honduras, Jamaica, Mexico, Portugal, Spain, Yemen.

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Status/Date(s) Listed as Endangered

  Scientific Name Status Listing Date Range
1. Sideroxylon acunaeVU-IUCN1998Cuba
2. Sideroxylon altamiranoiVU-IUCN1998Mexico
3. Sideroxylon angustumEN-IUCN1998Cuba
4. Sideroxylon anomalumVU-IUCN1998Dominican Republic
5. Sideroxylon bullatumVU-IUCN1998Jamaica
6. Sideroxylon confertumVU-IUCN1998Cuba
7. Sideroxylon dominicanumVU-IUCN1998Dominican Republic
8. Sideroxylon durifoliumVU-IUCN1998Belize
9. Sideroxylon eucoriaceumVU-IUCN1998Guatemala, Mexico
10. Sideroxylon excavatumEN-IUCN1998Mexico
11. Sideroxylon fimbriatumVU-IUCN2004Yemen
12. Sideroxylon hirtiantherumVU-IUCN1998Guatemala
13. Sideroxylon ibarraeVU-IUCN1998Guatemala
14. Sideroxylon jubillaVU-IUCN1998Cuba
15. Sideroxylon mirmulanoVU-IUCN1998Cape Verde, Portugal, Spain
16. Sideroxylon peninsulareVU-IUCN1998Mexico
17. Sideroxylon retinerveCR-IUCN1998Honduras
18. Sideroxylon rubiginosumCR-IUCN1998Dominican Republic
19. Sideroxylon socorrenseVU-IUCN1998Mexico
20. Sideroxylon stevensoniiVU-IUCN1998Belize, Guatemala

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