Red List Status -Least Concern (LC) , assessed in 10/05/2016
Pycnandra lissophylla is an endemic shrub of New Caledonia largely distributed across Grande Terre from Houaïlou to Prony. It is found in shrubland on ultramafic substrate at an altitudinal range 20-1150 m asl. This species is largely distributed and does not seem directly threatened. Pycnandra lissophylla is considered Least Concern (LC).
Pycnandra lissophylla is largely distributed across Grande Terre in New Caledonia, from Houaïlou to Prony.
This species is quite common. It is known from 20-30 sub-populations.
Pycnandra lissophylla is found in shrubland on ultramafic substrate at an altitudinal range 20-1150 m asl.
This species does not seem globally threatened. Some subpopulations may be threatened by mining activities: Camp des sapins (SLN), Goro (VALE), Kouaoua (SLN), Stamboul (SLN).
Unprotected by legislation, Pycnandra lissophylla occurs in two protected areas : Barrage de Yaté, la Dumbéa.
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Assessor(s): Amice, R., Dumontet, V., Fleurot, D., Vandrot, H., Veillon, J.
Reviewer(s): Gâteblé, G.
Contributor(s): Munzinger, J., Swenson, U.
Facilitator(s): Tanguy, V.