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Connaraceae

Cumulative Dataset

Species Diversity

The Agelaea dataset covers 275 1-degree grid cells out of the total 2169 of sub-Saharan Africa. 6 taxa are mapped, creating a total cover of 409 records.

Range Size Rarity (endemism)

Both Species Diversity and Endemism are centred around the West African Coast and the Congo basin.

10 Main Hotspots

The top major hotspots are in Gabon and the Congo.

Data Source

The source of the Agelaea distribution is:

Breteler, F. J. (ed) The Connaraceae: A taxonomic study with emphasis on Africa. Agric. Univ. Wageningen Papers 89-6 (1989)

Cumulative Dataset

Species Diversity

The Cnestis dataset covers 217 1-degree grid cells out of the total 2169 of sub-Saharan Africa. 12 taxa are mapped, creating a total cover of 311 records.

Range Size Rarity (endemism)

Both Species Diversity Endemism are centred around the Congo region, the West African Coast, Madagascar and the Mozambique coast.

10 Main Hotspots

The major hotspots are all located in West Africa.

Data Source

The source of the Cnestis distribution is:

Breteler, F. J. (ed) The Connaraceae: A taxonomic study with emphasis on Africa. Agric. Univ. Wageningen (1989)

Cumulative Dataset

Species Diversity

The Connarus dataset covers 151 1-degree grid cells out of the total 2169 of sub-Saharan Africa. 7 taxa are mapped, creating a total cover of 174 records.

Range Size Rarity (endemism)

Both Species Diversity, Endemism and hotspots are centred around West and Central Africa.

10 Main Hotspots

Data Source

The source of the Connarus distribution is:

Breteler, F. J. (ed) The Connaraceae: A taxonomic study with emphasis on Africa. Agric. Univ. Wageningen (1989)

Cumulative Dataset

Species Diversity

The Rourea dataset covers 446 1-degree grid cells out of the total 2169 of sub-Saharan Africa. 14 taxa are mapped, creating a total cover of 788 records.

Range Size Rarity (endemism)

Both Species Diversity and Endemism are highest through the centre of the continent.

10 Main Hotspots

The major hotspots are located in Gabon, Cameroon and the Congo.

Data Source

The source of the Rourea distribution is:

Breteler, F. J. (ed) The Connaraceae: A taxonomic study with emphasis on Africa. Agric. Univ. Wageningen

Last Updated: 19 December 2018