Podocarpus spp. 
Area(s) Where Listed As Endangered:
Africa, Asia, Australia, Central America, North America, Oceanic, South America

Species/Common Names:
Podocarpus acuminatus
Podocarpus affinis
Podocarpus angustifolius
Podocarpus aristulatus
Podocarpus atjehensis
Podocarpus barretoi
Podocarpus beecherae
Podocarpus brevifolius
Podocarpus capuronii
Podocarpus costalis
Podocarpus costaricensis
Podocarpus decumbens
Podocarpus deflexus
Podocarpus dispermus
Podocarpus gibbsii
Podocarpus globulus
Podocarpus hispaniolensis
Podocarpus humbertii
Podocarpus lambertii
Podocarpus laubenfelsii
Podocarpus longifoliolatus
Podocarpus lophatus
Podocarpus matudae
Podocarpus nakaii
Podocarpus palawanensis
Podocarpus pallidus
Podocarpus pendulifolius
Podocarpus perrieri
Podocarpus polyspermus
Podocarpus purdieanus
Podocarpus rostratus
Podocarpus woltzii
Podocarpus salignus

Facts Summary:
Podocarpus is a genus of plants of concern and found in the following area(s): Africa, Asia, Australia, Central America, North America, Oceanic, South America.

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Status/Date(s) Listed as Endangered

  Scientific Name Status Listing Date Range
1. Podocarpus acuminatusNT-IUCN2007South America
2. Podocarpus affinisVU-IUCN2000Oceanic
3. Podocarpus angustifoliusEN-IUCN2000Central America
4. Podocarpus aristulatusVU-IUCN2000Central America
5. Podocarpus atjehensisNT-IUCN2007Asia, Australia
6. Podocarpus barretoiNT-IUCN2007South America
7. Podocarpus beecheraeCR-IUCN2007Australia
8. Podocarpus brevifoliusVU-IUCN2000Asia
9. Podocarpus capuroniiEN-IUCN2007Africa
10. Podocarpus costalisEN-IUCN2000Asia
11. Podocarpus costaricensisVU-IUCN2007Central America
12. Podocarpus decumbensVU-IUCN1998Australia
13. Podocarpus deflexusEN-IUCN2007Asia
14. Podocarpus dispermusNT-IUCN2007Australia
15. Podocarpus gibbsiiVU-IUCN1998Asia
16. Podocarpus globulusEN-IUCN2007Asia
17. Podocarpus hispaniolensisEN-IUCN2000Central America
18. Podocarpus humbertiiEN-IUCN2007Africa
19. Podocarpus lambertiiNT-IUCN2007South America
20. Podocarpus laubenfelsiiEN-IUCN2007Asia
21. Podocarpus longifoliolatusEN-IUCN2007Australia
22. Podocarpus lophatusVU-IUCN1998Asia
23. Podocarpus matudaeNT-IUCN2007Central America, North America
24. Podocarpus nakaiiEN-IUCN1998Asia
25. Podocarpus palawanensisCR-IUCN2007Asia
26. Podocarpus pallidusVU-IUCN2007Oceanic
27. Podocarpus pendulifoliusEN-IUCN2007South America
28. Podocarpus perrieriCR-IUCN2007Africa
29. Podocarpus polyspermusVU-IUCN2000Australia
30. Podocarpus purdieanusEN-IUCN2007Central America
31. Podocarpus rostratusEN-IUCN2007Africa
32. Podocarpus salignusVU-IUCN1998South America

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