|Scientific Name:||Nesaea stuhlmannii Koehne|
|Red List Category & Criteria:||Endangered B2ab(ii,iii) ver 3.1|
|Assessor(s):||IUCN SSC East African Plants Red List Authority|
|Contributor(s):||Bangirinama, F., Beentje, H.J., Bujo, F., Gereau, R., Kabuye, C., Kalema, J., Kelbessa, E., Kimeu, J.M., Luke, Q., Malombe, I., Manoko, L.M., Maunder, M., Minani, V., Mwachala, G., Mwangoka, M., Ndangalasi, H. & Sado, H.|
This species has an area of occupancy of 69.8992 km2 and is found in 4-5 locations where the threat is from conversion of habitat for agriculture and coastal development. There is a continuing decline in the area of occupancy with the loss of the collection site in the irrigated rice field, and there is a continuing decline in the extent and quality of habitat of this species.
Found in coastal Kenya, north of Arabuko-Sokoke National Park and around the town of Pangani, Tanzania. Last collected in 2006.
Number of collections used = 7 consisting of 7 localities
EOO : 10518.6 km sq - VULNERABLE (VU)
AOO: Cellsize : 3.16 km sq Number of cells :7
AOO Area :69.8992 km sq - ENDANGERED (EN)
Not in any protected area
10 - 75m. Restricted to the coastal regions. No more than 5 locations with the threat being agriculture and coastal development. ii due to the loss of locality in the irrigate ricefield.
Native:Kenya; Tanzania, United Republic of
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|Population:||No population size estimates are available for this species.|
|Current Population Trend:||Decreasing|
|Habitat and Ecology:||A herb reaching 2m growing in coastal open grassland on heavy black clay, Brachystegia woodland and irrigated ricefields.|
|Continuing decline in area, extent and/or quality of habitat:||Yes|
In Kenya, the area northweast of Malindi and including the Tana delta are under extreme threat from large scale irrigation schemes for sugarcane and expanding rice and Jatropha cultivation. The finding of the species in irrigated ricefields was when the irrigation scheme had just started and it is unlikey to have persisted, especially given its large, woody habit. Just north of Arabuko-Sokoke National Park there is continuing development and conversion of coastal habitat of the coast due to housing and tourism infrastucture projects. Collection sites in the extreme north of Kenya are not currently under threat due to the security situation in that region.
There is no information on the threats to those sites in Pangani, Tanzania where this species was collected.
|Conservation Actions:||This species is not found in any protected area.|
|Citation:||IUCN SSC East African Plants Red List Authority. 2013. Nesaea stuhlmannii. The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species 2013: e.T179470A1579679.Downloaded on 25 February 2018.|