Boswellia ameero is a tree.
A resin obtained from the tree is used locally.
Boswellia ameero is a tree with a scattered and somewhat fragmented distribution. Some of the peripheral populations are not regenerating and considered relict in nature, strongly suggesting a decline in the extent and quality of its habitat. The tree has been classified as 'Vulnerable' in the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species(2011)[
Northeastern Africa - the Island of Socotra.
Locally common in dry, semi-deciduous woodland, usually at elevations of 500 - 750 meters, but sometimes as low as 120 metres or as high as 1,050 metres[
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A plant of semi-arid areas in the tropics and subtropics.
A resin obtained from the tree is used as an incense[
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