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Magnolia species lost to science for 97 years rediscovered in Haiti
by Sadia Nowshin
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5 August 2022
On 5 August 2022 The Guardian reported:
A conservation team has rediscovered a native magnolia tree in a forest in Haiti for the first time since it was lost to science in 1925. Boasting pure white flowers and uniquely shaped leaves, the northern Haiti magnolia (Magnolia emarginata) was found originally in the forest of Morne Colombo, which has since been destroyed by deforestation. It was considered endangered and featured on the International Union for Conservation of Nature's red list of threatened species, and its discovery has sparked new hope for the potential rewilding of Haiti's forests.
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