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Boswellia ameero is endemic to the island of Socotra in Yemen, common locally in arid, partly deciduous forests; however, populations are fragmentary, with aged, seldom regenerating trees being dominant. Also, the habitat of B. ameero may be degrading.
Flowers of B. ameero vary; in some populations they are bright pink, in others, pale pink.
Boswellia ameero is sometimes used for its resin.