Area(s) Where Listed As Endangered:
Bahamas, Bermuda - North Atlantic Ocean, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Guatemala, Haiti, Jamaica, Mexico, Portugal, Spain (Canary Islands), West Indies (St. Lucia)

Species/Common Names:
Juniperus barbadensis
Juniperus bermudiana
Bermuda Juniper
Southern Red Cedar
Bermuda Cedar
Juniperus blancoi
Juniperus brevifolia
Azores Juniper
Juniperus cedrus
Canary Islands Juniper
Juniperus comitana
Juniperus durangensis
Juniperus gamboana
Juniperus gracilior
Juniperus jaliscana
Juniperus saxicola
Juniperus standleyi

Facts Summary:
Juniperus (commonly known as the Juniper species) is a genus of plants of concern and found in the following area(s): Bahamas, Bermuda - North Atlantic Ocean, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Guatemala, Haiti, Jamaica, Mexico, Portugal, Spain (Canary Islands), West Indies (St. Lucia).

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Status/Date(s) Listed as Endangered

  Scientific Name Status Listing Date Range
1. Juniperus barbadensisVU-IUCN2000Bahamas, Cuba, Jamaica, West Indies (St. Lucia)
2. Juniperus bermudianaCR-IUCN1998Bermuda - North Atlantic Ocean
3. Juniperus blancoiVU-IUCN1998Mexico
4. Juniperus brevifoliaEN-IUCN1998Portugal
5. Juniperus cedrusEN-IUCN2000Portugal, Spain (Canary Islands)
6. Juniperus comitanaVU-IUCN1998Guatemala, Mexico
7. Juniperus durangensisVU-IUCN1998Mexico
8. Juniperus gamboanaVU-IUCN1998Guatemala, Mexico
9. Juniperus graciliorEN-IUCN1998Dominican Republic, Haiti
10. Juniperus jaliscanaEN-IUCN1998Mexico
11. Juniperus saxicolaVU-IUCN1998Cuba
12. Juniperus standleyiEN-IUCN2000Guatemala, Mexico

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