List of plants in extintion risk

Hi there, where can I find an inventory of the plants in extintion risk or that can only be found in botanical gardens?
Can you help me, please?

Best Regards

I can send list in China.
Hai Ren

Dear Liliana,
You can find out which plants are under threat of extinction by consulting the IUCN Red List (https://www.iucnredlist.org/). You can then use BGCI’s PlantSearch database (https://tools.bgci.org/plant_search.php) to find out which of these are in botanic garden collections. Hope this helps.

Thanks!
But I’m having trouble linking plants with specifical botanical gardens. It´s for a Phd research. Can you help me with that?

Thanks!
I´ll apreciate that.

Please give me your email address to me (renhai@scbg.ac.cn) so that I can send the document to you.
Wishes
Hai Ren

I`ve already send you the mail. :slight_smile:

The location of plant species in botanic garden collections is kept anonymous. However, via the BGCI Members Area of the website, BGCI members can see the location of species in gardens that have given consent for this information to made available. If you send us more details of your PhD research, we will see how we can help you.

My PhD research is about botanical gardens in the Iberian Peninsula (Portugal and Spain). I want to find the list of botanical species in extintion risk that exist in the gardens of those 2 countries. My aim is to propose a model of visitor experience based on those botanical species. Is there a way to obtain that list, regarding these two countries?

Best regards

Dear Liliana Carvalho, you can find information about Mexican Botanic Gardens and species at risk at the following URL:

http://dgcii.conabio.gob.mx/jardines-botanicos/index.php?r=site/index

http://dgcii.conabio.gob.mx/jardines-botanicos/index.php?r=site/page&view=buscar-plantas

This information was produced with the support of Botanic Gardens Conservation International (BGCI) and the National Commission for the Knowledge and Use of Biodiversity CONABIO).

If you need more specific data, please let us know and we will try to help you.

Please receive our kind regards from Queretaro, Mexico.

Dear Liliana,
I will put you in contact with relevant representatives of the Iberian botanic garden network and they should be able to help. Please send an email to suzanne.sharrock@bgci.org