Taxonomy

protegee
UICN

Synonyms

Utricularia canacorum Pellegr.

Red List Status -

Data Deficient (DD) , assessed in 07/04/2017

Protected species -

in Northern Province

Utricularia novaezelandiae is an autochtonous carnivorous herb of New Caledonia, which under current taxonomic delimitation, is thought to be present in the south-east of Grante Terre. It would occur in wetlands at low altitude. This taxon is insufficiently collected and not well known. Utricularia novaezelandiae is therefore assessed in New Caledonia as Data Deficient (DD) for provenance and taxonomic reasons.

Geographical area


Utricularia novaezelandiae is an autochtonous carnivorous herb of New Caledonia, which under current taxonomic delimitation, is thought to be present in the south-east of Grante Terre (Prony). This species is also present in New Zealand.

Population


Population size is unknown.

Habitat


It would occur in wetlands at low altitude.

Threats


Threats are unknown.

Conservation


This species should be more collected and observations compared to the identification keys in order to confirm or infirm its presence in New Caledonia.

Bibliography


Morat, P.; Jaffré, T.; Tronchet, F.; Munzinger, J.; Pillon, Y.; Veillon, J.-M. and Chalopin, M. 2012. Le référentiel taxonomique Florical et les caractéristiques de la flore vasculaire indigène de la Nouvelle-Calédonie [The taxonomic database « FLORICAL » and characteristics of the indigenous flora of New Caledonia]. Adansonia sér 3(34) , p.177-219.

Munzinger J., Morat Ph., Jaffré T., Gâteblé G., Pillon Y., Tronchet F., Veillon J.-M. and M. Chalopin 2016. FLORICAL: Checklist of the vascular indigenous flora of New Caledonia. vers. 22.IV.2016.

Taylor, P. 1989. The genus Utricularia - a taxonomic monograph.

Endemia.nc 2016. Faune et Flore de Nouvelle-Calédonie.

Experts


Assessor(s): Veillon, J., Amice, R., Bruy, D., Butin, J., Fleurot, D., Garnier, D., Gâteblé, G., Goxe, J., Suprin, B.

Reviewer(s): Pillon, Y.

Facilitator(s): Maura, J., Tanguy, V., Warimavute, G.


Geographical distribution