Costa Rica: endemic plant species under threat 2019, by type

As of December 2019, seven of the endemic plant species under threat in Costa Rica consisted of cactus species. The taxonomic group was followed by that of the magnolias with six threatened species, according to the IUCN Red List.

Number of threatened endemic plant species on the IUCN Red List in Costa Rica as of December 2019, by taxonomic group

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Source

Release date

December 2019

Region

Costa Rica

Survey time period

December 2019

Special properties

Over 80% of species in each taxonomic group were surveyed

Supplementary notes

Figures presented below for these groups should be interpreted as the number of endemics known to be threatened within the species that have been assessed to date, and not as the overall total number of threatened species for each group.
According to the source, threatened endemics include species that are critically endangered (CR), endangered (EN) or vulnerable (VU).

The acronym IUCN stands for International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources.

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