IUCN threat status:

Least Concern (LC)


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Range Description

Harrisia eriophora is endemic to Cuba (Hunt et al. 2006), where it is widespread. It occurs from sea level to 100 m in elevation (N. Taylor and A. Franck pers. comm. 2011). Its extent of occurrence is 110,000 km2. The number of locations is likely to be in the hundreds. Each of the subpopulations likely has 5 to 15 individuals. It is also cultivated for its edible fruit.


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