Nectandra spp. 
Area(s) Where Listed As Endangered:
Antigua, Barbuda, Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Haiti, Mexico, Netherlands Antilles, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru, Puerto Rico, Venezuela, West Indies

Species/Common Names:
Nectandra angusta
Nectandra apiculata
Nectandra astyla
Nectandra barbellata
Nectandra bicolor
Nectandra brittonii
Nectandra brochidodroma
Nectandra canaliculata
Nectandra caudatoacuminata
Nectandra cerifolia
Nectandra citrifolia
Nectandra dasystyla
Nectandra debilis
Nectandra filiflora
Nectandra fragrans
Nectandra fulva
Nectandra grisea
Nectandra guadaripo
Nectandra herrerae
Nectandra heterotricha
Nectandra hirtella
Nectandra hypoleuca
Nectandra krugii
Nectandra latissima
Nectandra leucocome
Nectandra longipetiolata
Nectandra matogrossensis
Nectandra matudai
Nectandra micranthera
Nectandra minima
Nectandra mirafloris
Nectandra olida
Nectandra paranaensis
Nectandra parviflora
Nectandra psammophila
Nectandra pseudocotea
Nectandra pulchra
Nectandra ramonensis
Nectandra reflexa
Nectandra rudis
Nectandra smithii
Nectandra sordida
Nectandra subbullata
Nectandra utilis
Nectandra weddellii
Nectandra wurdackii

Facts Summary:
Nectandra is a genus of plants of concern and found in the following area(s): Antigua, Barbuda, Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Haiti, Mexico, Netherlands Antilles, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru, Puerto Rico, Venezuela, West Indies.

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Status/Date(s) Listed as Endangered

  Scientific Name Status Listing Date Range
1. Nectandra angustaVU-IUCN1998Bolivia
2. Nectandra apiculataVU-IUCN1998Bolivia
3. Nectandra astylaVU-IUCN1998Peru
4. Nectandra barbellataVU-IUCN1998Brazil
5. Nectandra bicolorEN-IUCN1998Panama
6. Nectandra brittoniiVU-IUCN1998Bolivia, Peru
7. Nectandra brochidodromaVU-IUCN1998Peru
8. Nectandra canaliculataVU-IUCN2004Ecuador
9. Nectandra caudatoacuminataCR-IUCN1998Haiti
10. Nectandra cerifoliaEN-IUCN2004Ecuador
11. Nectandra citrifoliaVU-IUCN1998Bolivia, Peru
12. Nectandra dasystylaVU-IUCN1998Bolivia, Peru
13. Nectandra debilisCR-IUCN1998Brazil
14. Nectandra filifloraVU-IUCN1998Peru
15. Nectandra fragransEN-IUCN2004Ecuador
16. Nectandra fulvaVU-IUCN1998Venezuela
17. Nectandra griseaVU-IUCN1998Brazil
18. Nectandra guadaripoVU-IUCN1998Colombia, Ecuador
19. Nectandra herreraeEN-IUCN1998Peru
20. Nectandra heterotrichaVU-IUCN1998Peru
21. Nectandra hirtellaVU-IUCN1998Peru
22. Nectandra hypoleucaVU-IUCN1998Costa Rica
23. Nectandra krugiiEN-IUCN1998Antigua, Barbuda, Dominican Republic, Netherlands Antilles, Puerto Rico, West Indies
24. Nectandra latissimaVU-IUCN1998Bolivia
25. Nectandra leucocomeEN-IUCN1998Mexico
26. Nectandra longipetiolataEN-IUCN1998Costa Rica
27. Nectandra matogrossensisVU-IUCN1998Brazil
28. Nectandra matudaiVU-IUCN1998Mexico
29. Nectandra micrantheraVU-IUCN1998Brazil
30. Nectandra minimaCR-IUCN1998Cuba
31. Nectandra miraflorisVU-IUCN1998Nicaragua
32. Nectandra olidaVU-IUCN1998Ecuador, Peru
33. Nectandra paranaensisVU-IUCN1998Brazil
34. Nectandra parvifloraVU-IUCN1998Ecuador
35. Nectandra psammophilaEN-IUCN1998Brazil
36. Nectandra pseudocoteaVU-IUCN1998Peru
37. Nectandra pulchraCR-IUCN1998Haiti
38. Nectandra ramonensisVU-IUCN1998Costa Rica, Panama
39. Nectandra reflexaVU-IUCN1998Ecuador, Peru
40. Nectandra rudisVU-IUCN1998El Salvador, Guatemala, Mexico
41. Nectandra smithiiVU-IUCN1998Costa Rica, Panama
42. Nectandra sordidaVU-IUCN1998Peru
43. Nectandra subbullataVU-IUCN1998Venezuela
44. Nectandra utilisEN-IUCN1998Peru
45. Nectandra weddelliiEN-IUCN1998Brazil
46. Nectandra wurdackiiVU-IUCN1998Peru

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