SynonymsDiospyros neglecta F. White
Red List Status -Near Threatened (NT) , assessed in 08/12/2016
Protected species -in Northern Province
Diospyros glans is an endemic shrub of New Caledonia widespread in Grande Terre from Taom in the north to Goro in the south. It occurs in shrubland and humid forest mainly on ultramafic substrate at an altitudinal range 0 - 200 m asl. The main impact identified comes from bushfires. However, this species does not seem globally threatened. Its area of occupancy (AOO) and extent of occurrence (EOO) being respectively estimated to 60 and 8,992 km², Diospyros glans is considered Near Threatened (NT) close to VU B1ab(iii)+2ab(iii) with a decline of habitat quality and a number of locations slightly over 10.
Diospyros glans is an endemic shrub of New Caledonia widespread in Grande Terre from Taom in the north to Goro in the south.
Population size is unknown.
It occurs in shrubland and humid forest mainly on ultramafic substrate at an altitudinal range 0 - 200 m asl.
The main impact identified comes from vegetation degradation linked to bushfires. Overall, this species does not seem threatened.
This species is protected by legislation in province Nord but not in province Sud. It occurs in one protected area: Dumbéa
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Assessor(s): Schatz, G., Amice, R., Bruy, D., Butin, J., Cazé, H., Dumontet, V., Fleurot, D., Garnier, D., Hequet, V., Lowry, P., Suprin, B., Tanguy, V., Vandrot, H., Veillon, J.
Reviewer(s): Maura, J.
Facilitator(s): Warimavute, G., Tanguy, V.