|Scientific Name:||Callitris sulcata|
|Species Authority:||(Parl.) Schltr.|
Frenela sulcata Parl.
|Red List Category & Criteria:||Endangered B1ab(iii,v)+2ab(iii,v); C2a(i) ver 3.1|
|Reviewer(s):||Farjon, A. & Gardner, M.|
|Contributor(s):||Munzinger, J., Lowry, P. & Jaffré, T.|
Callitris sulcata has an estimated extent of occurrence of 226 km2 and an estimated area of occupancy of 20 km2. It is known from three locations (Tontouta, Dumbéa and Kombwi) and is undergoing a continuing decline in terms of the quality of habitat and number of mature individuals due to over exploitation and repeated burning. The total population is estimated to be less than 2,500 mature individuals with no subpopulation containing more than 250. On the basis of this information it meets the criteria for Endangered. It may become Critically Endangered in the near future.
|Range Description:||Callitris sulcata is restricted to three river valleys, the Tontouta, Dumbéa and Kombwi, all in the Southern Massif and occurring at 40 to 200 m.|
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|Population:||The total population is estimated to be less than 2,500 mature individuals with no subpopulation containing more than 250 mature plants.|
|Habitat and Ecology:||Occurs in dense forest at low- and mid-elevation, usually in river valleys.|
|Use and Trade:||Traditionally used for fence posts and ceremonial buildings in the Thio region. It was also utilized for railway sleepers.|
|Major Threat(s):||The woodland is prone to wild fires and disturbance. One site in the Comboui valley has been logged. Regeneration has also been noted as poor. No subpopulations are within protected areas.|
|Conservation Actions:||This species does not occur in any protected area.|
|Citation:||Thomas, P. 2010. Callitris sulcata. The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Version 2014.3. <www.iucnredlist.org>. Downloaded on 27 February 2015.|
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