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Gentianella hirculus. They look good enough to eat!

Gentianella hirculus (Gentianaceae, also called La Sarashima) This is a rare Ecuadorian flower endemic to southern Ecuador. (photo taken in Cajas National Park, Ecuador)

Puya raimondii This is an endangered species that is being kept alive in only a few places outside its native Andes range.

Puya raimondii This is an endangered species that is being kept alive in only a few places outside its native Andes range.

From the California coast to an Arkansas forest, rare species of threatened and endangered trees can be found in our own backyard.

Mother Nature Network: From the California coast to an Arkansas forest, rare species of threatened and endangered trees can be found in our own backyard

The Plant Messiah by Carlos Magdalena

An impassioned memoir of saving extraordinary plants on the brink of extinction, by a scientist who has been called a "codebreaker" (Telegraph) and "an.

'Ōlulu/Ālula Brighamia insignis. Endangered species. Kaua'i

'Ōlulu/Ālula Brighamia insignis. Endangered species. Kaua'i

Telipogon diabolicus is a species of orchid in the genus Telipogon. Only a single population of 30 plants are known to exist, on the border between the Putumayo and Nariño departments of southern Colombia.Accordingly, it is classed as "critically endangered" in the International Union for Conservation of Nature's Red List.The name diabolicus refers to the way its wine-red or maroon gynostemium looks like the head of the devil

Telipogon diabolicus is a species of orchid in the genus Telipogon. Only a single population of 30 plants are known to exist, on the border between the Putumayo and Nariño departments of southern Colombia.Accordingly, it is classed as "critically endangered" in the International Union for Conservation of Nature's Red List.The name diabolicus refers to the way its wine-red or maroon gynostemium looks like the head of the devil

"Banksia cuneata, commonly known as Matchstick Banksia or Quairading Banksia, is an endangered species of flowering plant in the Proteaceae family. Endemic to southwest Western Australia ... [t]he common name Matchstick Banksia arises from the blooms in late bud, the individual buds of which resemble matchsticks."

"Banksia cuneata, commonly known as Matchstick Banksia or Quairading Banksia, is an endangered species of flowering plant in the Proteaceae family. Endemic to southwest Western Australia ... [t]he common name Matchstick Banksia arises from the blooms in late bud, the individual buds of which resemble matchsticks."

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