Djinga felicis C.Cusset, l. Cameroun 30: 58 (1987), C. Cusset, l. Cameroun 30: 58, 1987

Kuetegue, Felix, Sonke, Bonaventure & Ameka, Gabriel K., 2019, A checklist of rheophytes of Cameroon, PhytoKeys 121, pp. 81-131: 81

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http://dx.doi.org/10.3897/phytokeys.121.29924

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scientific name

Djinga felicis C.Cusset, l. Cameroun 30: 58 (1987)
status

 

4. Djinga felicis C.Cusset, l. Cameroun 30: 58 (1987)  

Type.

Cameroon, Adamawa, north of mount Djinga   , 29 Oct 1967, H. Jacques - Felix. 8889 (holotype: P).

Specimen examined.

Adamawa stream, north of mount Djinga   , 29 Oct 1967, Jacque-Félix 8889 (holo-P).

Habitat.

Mt. Djinga   , Adamaoua, near Tignere, river rapids.

Distribution.

Cameroon (Fig. 25 View Figures 20–25 ).

Conservation status in Cameroon.

This taxon, D. felicis   , has not yet been assessed for the IUCN Red List. This species was assessed by Onana and Cheek (2011) as Critically Endangered since known from a single collection at the time. The species is most likely extinct at the type locality, Djinga   Mts, Admmoua, north-western Cameroon. There are two other localities for the species, Juafef waterfall, where a hotel has been built, which is visited by many tourists coming into that area of Cameroon; and the other Anyajua waterfall is in an agricultural landscape, all in NW Cameroon ( Ghogue et al. 2009). The extent of occurrence and area of occupancy are both estimated at 4 km2 each. Tourism and agricultural activities will adversely affect the habitat of the species. D. felicis   is, therefore, reassessed currently as Critically Endangered. IUCN Red List Category: Critically Endangered CRB1+2ab (iii).