Adansonia perrieri

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Of the nine species accepted as of April 2018, six are native to Madagascar, two are native to mainland Africa and the Arabian Peninsula, and one is native to Australia. One of the mainland African species also occurs on Madagascar, but it is not a native of that island. It was introduced in ancient times to south Asia and during the colonial era to the Caribbean. It is also present in the island nation of Cape Verde.  The ninth species was described in 2012, and is found in upland populations of southern and eastern Africa. The African and Australian baobabs are almost identical despite having separated more than 100 million years ago, probably by oceanic dispersal.

  1. Adansonia digitata L. – African baobab, dead-rat-tree, monkey-bread-tree (western, northeastern, central & southern Africa, in Oman and Yemen in the Arabian Peninsula, Asia and in Penang, Malaysia)
  2. Adansonia grandidieri Baill. – Grandidier's baobab, giant baobab (Madagascar)
  3. Adansonia gregorii F.Muell. (syn. A. gibbosa) – boab, Australian baobab, bottletree, cream-of-tartar-tree, gouty-stem (northwestern Australia)
  4. Adansonia kilima Pettigrew, et al. – montane African baobab (eastern & southern Africa)
  5. Adansonia madagascariensis Baill. – Madagascar baobab (Madagascar)
  6. Adansonia perrieri Capuron – Perrier's baobab (northern Madagascar)
  7. Adansonia rubrostipa Jum. & H.Perrier (syn. A. fony) – fony baobab (Madagascar)
  8. Adansonia suarezensis H.Perrier – Suarez baobab (Madagascar)
  9. Adansonia za Baill. – za baobab (Madagascar)
References: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adansonia
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