ⓘ Category:Endemic flora of São Tomé and Príncipe

Begonia crateris

Begonia crateris is a plant species of the genus Begonia in the family Begoniaceae, first described by Arthur Wallis Exell in 1944. It is endemic to São Tome Island, and grows up to 3 metres tall. It closest relative is Begonia baccata, also endemic to São Tome.

Stenandriopsis thomensis

Stenandriopsis thomensis is a species of flowering plants of the family Acanthaceae. It is a low herb with purple flowers. The leaves are white beneath. It occurs in Nigeria, Cameroon and São Tome and Principe. It was first described as Crossandra thomensis in 1935 by Milne-Redhead.

                                     

ⓘ Endemic flora of São Tome and Principe

  • São Tome Principe and Annobon moist lowland forests is a tropical moist broadleaf forest ecoregion that covers the islands of São Tome and Principe
  • The wildlife of São Tome and Principe is composed of its flora and fauna. São Tome and Principe are oceanic islands which have always been separate from
  • NEWTON Le Guide des oiseaux de São Tome et Principe in French ECOFAC Kathleen Becker 2008 São Tome and Principe p. 197, ISBN 978 - 1 - 84162 - 216 - 3
  • doratophyllum is a species of comet orchid that is endemic to São Tome and Principe On São Tome it can be found from elevations of 850 1, 600 m, growing with
  • of São Tome Portuguese: Parque Natural Obo de São Tome is a natural park of São Tome and Principe covering 195 km2 75 sq mi of the island of São
  • Polyscias quintasii is a species of plant in the family Araliaceae. It is endemic to São Tome and Principe It was first described by Arthur Wallis Exell
  • Hernandia beninensis is a species of plant in the Hernandiaceae family. It is endemic to São Tome and Principe and is listed as near threatened by the
  • T46362A11051467.en. Retrieved 28 January 2019. Stevart, T. de Oliveira, F. Guide des Orchidees de São Tome et Principe PDF in French pp. 160 161.
  • species of the genus Begonia in the family Begoniaceae, first described by Arthur Wallis Exell in 1944. It is endemic to São Tome Island, and grows up
  • species of the genus Begonia in the family Begoniaceae, first described by Joseph Dalton Hooker in 1866. It is endemic to São Tome Island, and grows up
  • in the African island nation of São Tome and Principe The island lies on the Equator, off the southern tip of São Tome Island, separated by Canal das
  • and São Tome and Principe It was first described as Crossandra thomensis in 1935 by Milne - Redhead. Stenandriopsis thomensis World Checklist of Selected
  • Rinorea thomensis is a species of plant in the Violaceae family. It is endemic to São Tome Island. World Conservation Monitoring Centre 1998 Rinorea