IUCN threat status:

Vulnerable (VU)

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Range Description

Aeonium balsamiferum is a plant endemic to the Canary Islands, Spain (Reyes Betancort and Carqué Álamo 2004), native to the island of Lanzarote and naturalised in Fuerteventura. It can be found between 200 and 300 m asl, distributed into 13-15 subpopulations, with a total area of occupancy of 17 km2.

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