Harenna Forest

ETHTIPA0020
Harenna Forest

Country: Ethiopia

Administrative region: Oromia (Regional State)

Central co-ordinates: 6.50060 N, 39.25820 E

Qualifying IPA Criteria

IPA assessment rationale

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Site description

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Botanical significance

Habitat and geology

Conservation issues

Site assessor(s)

IPA criterion A species

Species Qualifying sub-criterion ≥ 1% of global population ≥ 5% of national population 1 of 5 best sites nationally Entire global population Socio-economically important Abundance at site
Acanthopale aethiogermanica Ensermu A(i) True True True False False Unknown
Anthoxanthum aethiopicum I.Hedberg A(i) True True False False False Common
Asplenium balense Chaerle & Viane A(i) True True True False False Unknown
Chlorophytum mamillatum Elden & Nordal A(i) True True True False False Unknown
Coleus recurvata (Ryding) A.J.Paton A(i) True True True False False Unknown
Euphorbia sareciana M.G.Gilbert A(i) True True True True False Scarce
Gladiolus longispathaceus Cufod. A(i) True True True False False Unknown
Gymnosporia addat Loes. A(i) True False False False False Unknown
Gymnosporia harenensis (Sebsebe) Jordaan A(i) True True True True False Unknown

Acanthopale aethiogermanica Ensermu

Qualifying sub-criterion:
A(i)
≥ 1% of global population:
True
≥ 5% of national population:
True
1 of 5 best sites nationally:
True
Entire global population:
False
Socio-economically important:
False
Abundance at site:
Unknown

Anthoxanthum aethiopicum I.Hedberg

Qualifying sub-criterion:
A(i)
≥ 1% of global population:
True
≥ 5% of national population:
True
1 of 5 best sites nationally:
False
Entire global population:
False
Socio-economically important:
False
Abundance at site:
Common

Asplenium balense Chaerle & Viane

Qualifying sub-criterion:
A(i)
≥ 1% of global population:
True
≥ 5% of national population:
True
1 of 5 best sites nationally:
True
Entire global population:
False
Socio-economically important:
False
Abundance at site:
Unknown

Chlorophytum mamillatum Elden & Nordal

Qualifying sub-criterion:
A(i)
≥ 1% of global population:
True
≥ 5% of national population:
True
1 of 5 best sites nationally:
True
Entire global population:
False
Socio-economically important:
False
Abundance at site:
Unknown

Coleus recurvata (Ryding) A.J.Paton

Qualifying sub-criterion:
A(i)
≥ 1% of global population:
True
≥ 5% of national population:
True
1 of 5 best sites nationally:
True
Entire global population:
False
Socio-economically important:
False
Abundance at site:
Unknown

Euphorbia sareciana M.G.Gilbert

Qualifying sub-criterion:
A(i)
≥ 1% of global population:
True
≥ 5% of national population:
True
1 of 5 best sites nationally:
True
Entire global population:
True
Socio-economically important:
False
Abundance at site:
Scarce

Gladiolus longispathaceus Cufod.

Qualifying sub-criterion:
A(i)
≥ 1% of global population:
True
≥ 5% of national population:
True
1 of 5 best sites nationally:
True
Entire global population:
False
Socio-economically important:
False
Abundance at site:
Unknown

Gymnosporia addat Loes.

Qualifying sub-criterion:
A(i)
≥ 1% of global population:
True
≥ 5% of national population:
False
1 of 5 best sites nationally:
False
Entire global population:
False
Socio-economically important:
False
Abundance at site:
Unknown

Gymnosporia harenensis (Sebsebe) Jordaan

Qualifying sub-criterion:
A(i)
≥ 1% of global population:
True
≥ 5% of national population:
True
1 of 5 best sites nationally:
True
Entire global population:
True
Socio-economically important:
False
Abundance at site:
Unknown

Recommended citation

(2024) Tropical Important Plant Areas Explorer: Harenna Forest (Ethiopia). https://tipas.kew.org/site/harenna-forest/ (Accessed on 21/05/2024)