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Dialyceras coriaceum

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Kingdom  Plantae
Family  Sphaerosepalaceae
Rank  Species
Order  Malvales
Genus  Dialyceras
People also search for  Dialyceras, Rhopalocarpus, Sphaerosepalaceae

Dialyceras coriaceum is a tree in the family Sphaerosepalaceae. It is endemic to Madagascar.

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Distribution and habitat

Dialyceras coriaceum is known only from populations in the northeastern regions of Sava, Analanjirofo and Atsinanana. Its habitat is humid evergreen forests from sea-level to 500 m (1,600 ft) altitude. Some populations are within protected areas.

Threats

Dialyceras coriaceum is threatened by cyclones and shifting patterns of agriculture. Because lemurs disperse the tree's seeds, threats to the lemur would in turn affect the tree's reproduction.

References

Dialyceras coriaceum Wikipedia


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