Endemics in Family Order

Arecaceae
Brahea edulis

Asparagaceae
Triteleia guadalupensis

Asteraceae
Baeriopsis guadalupensis
Deinandra frutescens
Deinandra greeneana
Deinandra palmeri
Perityle incana
Senecio palmeri
Stephanomeria guadalupensis

Boraginaceae
Cryptantha foliosa
Phacelia phyllomanica

Brassicaceae
Erysimum moranii

Campanulaceae
Githopsis diffusa ssp. guadalupensis

Crassulaceae
Dudleya guadalupensis
Dudleya virens ssp. extima

Cucurbitaceae
Marah guadalupensis

Cupressaceae
Cupressus guadalupensis var. guadalupensis

Fabaceae
Lupinus niveus

Lamiaceae
Hedeomoides tenuiflora
Clinopodium palmeri

Malvaceae
Lavatera lindsayi
Sphaeralcea palmeri
Sphaeralcea sulphurea

Montiaceae
Cistanthe guadalupensis

Oleaceae
Hesperelaea palmeri

Onagraceae
Camissonia guadalupensis ssp. guadalupensis

Orobanchaceae
Castilleja fruticosa
Castilleja guadalupensis

Papaveraceae
Eschscholzia elegans
Petromecon palmeri

Pinaceae
Pinus radiata var. binata

Polygonaceae
Eriogonum zapatoense

Rosaceae
Heteromeles arbutifolia var. macrocarpa

Rubiaceae
Galium angulosum


Endemics in Alphabetical Order

Baeriopsis guadalupensis
Brahea edulis
Camissonia guadalupensis ssp. guadalupensis
Castilleja fruticosa
Castilleja guadalupensis
Cistanthe guadalupensis
Clinopodium palmeri
Cryptantha foliosa
Cupressus guadalupensis var. guadalupensis
Deinandra frutescens
Deinandra greeneana
Deinandra palmeri
Dudleya guadalupensis
Dudleya virens ssp. extima
Eriogonum zapatoense
Erysimum moranii
Eschscholzia elegans
Galium angulosum
Githopsis diffusa ssp. guadalupensis
Hedeomoides tenuiflora
Hesperelaea palmeri
Heteromeles arbutifolia var. macrocarpa
Lavatera lindsayi
Lupinus niveus
Marah guadalupensis
Perityle incana
Petromecon palmeri
Phacelia phyllomanica
Pinus radiata var. binata
Senecio palmeri
Sphaeralcea palmeri
Sphaeralcea sulphurea
Stephanomeria guadalupensis
Triteleia guadalupensis


Summary

Included here is Guadalupe Island situated about 241 km off the west coast of the Baja California in Mexico.

Of the endemic and near endemic vascular plants so far recorded there are about 34 species, sub-species and varieties in 29 genera and 21 families. However, 3 species (marked red) are now thought to be extinct.

References

León de la Luz, J. L., J. Rebman, & T. Oberbauer. 2003. On the urgency of conservation on Guadalupe Island. Mexico: is it a lost paradise? Biodiversity and Conservation, 12: 1073-1082.

Moran, R. 1996. The Flora of Guadalupe Island. California Academy of Sciences.