Ocotea foetens

It is threatened by habitat loss.

Ocotea foetens is a species of tree up to 40 m tall in the Lauraceae family. It is a common constituent in the laurisilva forests of the archipelagoes of Macaronesia: Madeira and Azores (Portugal), and Canaries (Spain). It is commonly called "Til", "Tilo" or "Stinkwood" (each of these terms refers to other, unrelated plants depending on location). It is threatened by habitat loss. Sources - * Press, J.R. More

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