IUCN threat status:

Critically Endangered (CR)

Distribution

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Range Description

Known from a single tree with four root sprouts on Cerro de Punta and a few small plants and seedlings scattered along ridge tops on Monte Jayuya in Toro Negro State Forest. The species is thought to be dioecious, although male flowers have never been observed.

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