Manilkara Tree 
Area(s) Where Listed As Endangered:
Brazil, Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Guyana, Haiti, Indonesia, Jamaica, Papua New Guinea, Puerto Rico, South Africa, Venezuela

Species/Common Names:
Manilkara bella
Manilkara bolivarensis
Manilkara cavalcantei
Manilkara dardanoi
Manilkara decrescens
Manilkara elata
Manilkara excelsa
Manilkara excisa
Manilkara gonavensis
Manilkara kanosiensis
Manilkara longifolia
Manilkara maxima
Manilkara mayarensis
Manilkara multifida
Manilkara nicholsonii
Manilkara pleeana
Manilkara pubicarpa
Manilkara spectabilis
Manilkara valenzuelana

Facts Summary:
Manilkara (commonly known as the Manilkara Tree species) is a genus of plants of concern and found in the following area(s): Brazil, Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Guyana, Haiti, Indonesia, Jamaica, Papua New Guinea, Puerto Rico, South Africa, Venezuela.

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Status/Date(s) Listed as Endangered

  Scientific Name Status Listing Date Range
1. Manilkara bellaEN-IUCN1998Brazil
2. Manilkara bolivarensisVU-IUCN1998Venezuela
3. Manilkara cavalcanteiVU-IUCN1998Brazil
4. Manilkara dardanoiEN-IUCN1998Brazil
5. Manilkara decrescensEN-IUCN1998Brazil
6. Manilkara elataEN-IUCN1998Brazil
7. Manilkara excelsaVU-IUCN1998Brazil
8. Manilkara excisaEN-IUCN1998Jamaica
9. Manilkara gonavensisCR-IUCN1998Haiti
10. Manilkara kanosiensisEN-IUCN1998Indonesia, Papua New Guinea
11. Manilkara longifoliaEN-IUCN1998Brazil
12. Manilkara maximaVU-IUCN1998Brazil
13. Manilkara mayarensisEN-IUCN1998Cuba
14. Manilkara multifidaEN-IUCN1998Brazil
15. Manilkara nicholsoniiEN-IUCN1998South Africa
16. Manilkara pleeanaVU-IUCN1998Puerto Rico
17. Manilkara pubicarpaVU-IUCN1998Guyana
18. Manilkara spectabilisCR-IUCN1998Costa Rica
19. Manilkara valenzuelanaVU-IUCN1998Cuba, Dominican Republic, Haiti

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