Fig Tree 
Area(s) Where Listed As Endangered:
Bolivia, Brazil, Cuba, Ecuador, Guyana, India, Indian Ocean (Reunion), Indian Ocean (Seychelles), Kenya, Mauritius, Mexico, Mozambique, New Caledonia, Philippines, South Africa, Tanzania

Species/Common Names:
Ficus aguaraguensis
Ficus andamanica
Ficus angladei
Ficus aripuanensis
Ficus bizanae
Ficus blepharophylla
Ficus bojeri
Ficus calyptroceras
Ficus cyclophylla
Ficus faulkneriana
Ficus lacunata
Ficus lapathifolia
Ficus lateriflora
Ficus meizonochlamys
Ficus mexiae
Ficus muelleriana
Ficus mutabilis
Ficus pakkensis
Ficus pulchella
Ficus ramiflora
Ficus roraimensis
Ficus salzmanniana
Ficus ulmifolia
Ficus ursina

Facts Summary:
Ficus (commonly known as the Fig Tree species) is a genus of plants of concern and found in the following area(s): Bolivia, Brazil, Cuba, Ecuador, Guyana, India, Indian Ocean (Reunion), Indian Ocean (Seychelles), Kenya, Mauritius, Mexico, Mozambique, New Caledonia, Philippines, South Africa, Tanzania.

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Status/Date(s) Listed as Endangered

  Scientific Name Status Listing Date Range
1. Ficus aguaraguensisVU-IUCN1998Bolivia
2. Ficus andamanicaEN-IUCN1998India
3. Ficus angladeiCR-IUCN1998India
4. Ficus aripuanensisEN-IUCN1998Brazil
5. Ficus bizanaeVU-IUCN1998South Africa
6. Ficus blepharophyllaEN-IUCN1998Brazil
7. Ficus bojeriVU-IUCN1998Indian Ocean (Seychelles)
8. Ficus calyptrocerasVU-IUCN1998Brazil
9. Ficus cyclophyllaEN-IUCN1998Brazil
10. Ficus faulknerianaCR-IUCN1998Kenya, Tanzania
11. Ficus lacunataVU-IUCN2004Ecuador
12. Ficus lapathifoliaVU-IUCN1998Mexico
13. Ficus laterifloraCR-IUCN1998Indian Ocean (Reunion), Mauritius
14. Ficus meizonochlamysEN-IUCN1998Cuba
15. Ficus mexiaeVU-IUCN1998Brazil
16. Ficus muellerianaEN-IUCN1998Mozambique
17. Ficus mutabilisVU-IUCN1998New Caledonia
18. Ficus pakkensisVU-IUCN1998Brazil, Guyana
19. Ficus pulchellaVU-IUCN1998Brazil
20. Ficus ramifloraEN-IUCN1998Brazil
21. Ficus roraimensisEN-IUCN1998Brazil
22. Ficus salzmannianaEN-IUCN1998Brazil
23. Ficus ulmifoliaVU-IUCN1998Philippines
24. Ficus ursinaEN-IUCN1998Brazil

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