Dypsis Palm 
Area(s) Where Listed As Endangered:
Indian Ocean (Comoros), Madagascar, Tanzania

Species/Common Names:
Dypsis ambanjae
Dypsis ambositrae
Ambositra Palm
Dypsis ampasindavae
Dypsis antanambensis
Dypsis arenarum
Sand Palm
Dypsis basilonga
Dypsis bejofo
Brain Seed Palm
Dypsis boiviniana
Dypsis canaliculata
Dypsis canescens
Dypsis ceracea
Dypsis commersoniana
Dypsis coursii
Dypsis decaryi
Triangle Palm
Dypsis decipiens
Manambe Palm
Dypsis dransfieldii
Dypsis faneva
Dypsis fasciculata
Dypsis hovomantsina
Hovomantsina Palm
Dypsis ifanadianae
Dypsis intermedia
Dypsis interrupta
Dypsis lanceolata
Ivovowo Palm
Dypsis ligulata
Dypsis malcomberi
Malcomber's Palm
Dypsis mananjarensis
Mealy Bug Palm
Dypsis mangorensis
Dypsis mcdonaldiana
Dypsis nauseosa
Dypsis nossibensis
Dypsis onilahensis
Onilahy Palm
Dypsis oreophila
Dypsis oropedionis
Dypsis ovobontsira
Dypsis paludosa
Dypsis pembana
Pemba Palm
Dypsis perrieri
Dypsis pilulifera
Dypsis prestoniana
Tavilo Palm
Dypsis procera
Dypsis psammophila
White Sand Palm
Dypsis rivularis
Sari Palm
Dypsis sahanofensis
Sahanofo Palm
Dypsis saintelucei
Dypsis scottiana
Raosy Palm
Dypsis serpentina
Dypsis singularis
Dypsis tsaravotsira
Dypsis utilis
Vonitra Palm

Facts Summary:
Dypsis (commonly known as the Dypsis Palm species) is a genus of plants of concern and found in the following area(s): Indian Ocean (Comoros), Madagascar, Tanzania.

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Status/Date(s) Listed as Endangered

  Scientific Name Status Listing Date Range
1. Dypsis ambanjaeCR-IUCN1998Madagascar
2. Dypsis ambositraeCR-IUCN1998Madagascar
3. Dypsis ampasindavaeEN-IUCN1998Madagascar
4. Dypsis antanambensisEN-IUCN1998Madagascar
5. Dypsis arenarumCR-IUCN1998Madagascar
6. Dypsis basilongaEN-IUCN1998Madagascar
7. Dypsis bejofoEN-IUCN1998Madagascar
8. Dypsis boivinianaEN-IUCN1998Madagascar
9. Dypsis canaliculataCR-IUCN1998Madagascar
10. Dypsis canescensCR-IUCN1998Madagascar
11. Dypsis ceraceaCR-IUCN1998Madagascar
12. Dypsis commersonianaCR-IUCN1998Madagascar
13. Dypsis coursiiVU-IUCN1998Madagascar
14. Dypsis decaryiVU-IUCN1998Madagascar
15. Dypsis decipiensEN-IUCN1998Madagascar
16. Dypsis dransfieldiiEN-IUCN1998Madagascar
17. Dypsis fanevaEN-IUCN1998Madagascar
18. Dypsis fasciculataVU-IUCN1998Madagascar
19. Dypsis hovomantsinaCR-IUCN1998Madagascar
20. Dypsis ifanadianaeCR-IUCN1998Madagascar
21. Dypsis intermediaCR-IUCN1998Madagascar
22. Dypsis interruptaCR-IUCN1998Madagascar
23. Dypsis lanceolataVU-IUCN1998Indian Ocean (Comoros)
24. Dypsis ligulataCR-IUCN1998Madagascar
25. Dypsis malcomberiVU-IUCN1998Madagascar
26. Dypsis mananjarensisVU-IUCN1998Madagascar
27. Dypsis mangorensisCR-IUCN1998Madagascar
28. Dypsis mcdonaldianaVU-IUCN1998Madagascar
29. Dypsis nauseosaCR-IUCN1998Madagascar
30. Dypsis nossibensisCR-IUCN1998Madagascar
31. Dypsis onilahensisVU-IUCN1998Madagascar
32. Dypsis oreophilaVU-IUCN1998Madagascar
33. Dypsis oropedionisCR-IUCN1998Madagascar
34. Dypsis ovobontsiraCR-IUCN1998Madagascar
35. Dypsis paludosaVU-IUCN1998Madagascar
36. Dypsis pembanaVU-IUCN1998Tanzania
37. Dypsis perrieriVU-IUCN1998Madagascar
38. Dypsis piluliferaVU-IUCN1998Madagascar
39. Dypsis prestonianaVU-IUCN1998Madagascar
40. Dypsis proceraVU-IUCN1998Madagascar
41. Dypsis psammophilaCR-IUCN1998Madagascar
42. Dypsis rivularisEN-IUCN1998Madagascar
43. Dypsis sahanofensisEN-IUCN1998Madagascar
44. Dypsis sainteluceiCR-IUCN1998Madagascar
45. Dypsis scottianaVU-IUCN1998Madagascar
46. Dypsis serpentinaVU-IUCN1998Madagascar
47. Dypsis singularisCR-IUCN1998Madagascar
48. Dypsis tsaravotsiraEN-IUCN1998Madagascar
49. Dypsis utilisVU-IUCN1998Madagascar

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