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Endangered, threatened, and sensitive vascular plants of Nevada

James D. Morefield

Endangered, threatened, and sensitive vascular plants of Nevada

by James D. Morefield

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Published by Nevada State Office of the Bureau of Land Management in Reno .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Botany,
  • Endangered plants,
  • Rare plants

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesSensitive vascular plants of Nevada
    Statement edited by James D. Morefield and Teri A. Knight
    ContributionsNevada Natural Heritage Program, United States Bureau of Land Management
    The Physical Object
    Pagination46 p. ;
    Number of Pages46
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25601531M

    @article{osti_, title = {Check list of vascular plants of the Nevada Test Site and central-southern Nevada}, author = {Beatley, J. C.}, abstractNote = {A list is presented of vascular plant taxa collected at the Nevada Test Site from through A list of 1, taxa found in central and southern Nevada is included. We, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, propose to list the Sierra Nevada yellow-legged frog and the northern distinct population segment (DPS) (populations that occur north of the Tehachapi Mountains) of the mountain yellow-legged frog as endangered species, and the .

    Provides detailed description and illustration of 45 species of endangered vascular plants to assist public and privatl efforts to protect and to conserve them. Range maps indicate the location of each species and additional sources of information are also given for each species. STATE AND FEDERALLY LISTED ENDANGERED, THREATENED, AND RARE PLANTS OF CALIFORNIA. January 2, This document contains a list of California plant taxa that have been officially classified as Endangered, Threatened, or Rare by the California Fish & Game Commission (FGC; state listed) or by the U.S. Secretary of the Interior or the U.S.

    (NRS , ) “Critically endangered species of native flora” means the species and subspecies of native plants declared to be threatened with extinction and placed on the list of fully protected species of native flora by the State Forester pursuant to NRS The term includes, without limitation, the seeds, roots or other. Vascular Plants of the Pacific Northwest (Hitchcock et al) Utah Endangered, Threatened and Sensitive Plant Field Guide () Wyoming Rare Plant Field Guide Photographer list Alphabetical order by last name as they appear in the guide with full name in parentheses.


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it Nature)^ Qonservancy December IWNC PLflHT S0C1CTY ENDANGERED, THREATENED, AND SENSITIVE VASCULAR PLANTS. The Nevada Fish and Wildlife Office's mission is to conserve the natural biological diversity of the Great Basin, Eastern Sierra, and Mojave Desert ecosystems. The Nevada Natural Heritage Program makes every effort to keep other agency statuses current; however we recommend you consult the agency to ensure you have the most current information.

- To filter results, select criteria below. Title. Sensitive, threatened, and endangered vascular plants of Montana / Related Titles. Series: Occasional publications of the Montana Natural Heritage Program ; no. Species Lists. Select List: NNHP At-risk (Tracked) Species NNHP Watch Species USESA Endangered, Threatened & Candidate US Forest Service Bureau of Land Management NV Endangered, Threatened, Sensitive, or otherwise protected Nevada Native Plant Society Nevada Endemic Nevada Losses NNHP At-Risk Species by County.

Animal Species of Concern List - Washington Dept. of Fish and Wildlife's list of State Endangered, Threatened, Sensitive, and Candidate species, as well as species listed (or proposed) by the U.S.

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Nevada Resived Statute requires NDF to maintain and hold meetings about endangered and sensitve species. NRS Legislative finding. Legislature finds that: (a) The economic growth of the State of Nevada has been attended with some serious and unfortunate consequences. Nevada has experienced the.

“endangered,” “threatened,” and “sensitive” used in this paper follow the designations established by the Washington State Department of Natural Resources, Natural Heritage Program (WNHP).

Endangered plant status is assigned to a vascular plant _____ 1Current address: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, North Pacific. plants. For animals, the list is first divided into major groups (fish, amphibians, reptiles, mammals, birds, and invertebrates) and then arranged alphabetically by scientific name.

Invertebrates are further divided by class and order. The plant list is first divided into four groups (vascular plants, non-vascular plants, lichens. Threatened and Endangered Plants of Nevada, an illustrated manual by Mozingo, Hugh N.

and Margaret Williams and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at. groups: vascular plants, non-vascular plants, lichens and fungi, and then alphabetized by scientific name.

The information for each taxa includes 1) scientific and common names with authorities for plants, along with synonymy if the name is new; 2) county, ecoregion, and adjacent state distribution information, and 3) the state and.

Included is the Biological Evaluation for proposed, endangered, threatened, and sensitive plant species, analysis of effects on special plant habitats, and analysis of effects of non-native invasive plants. Surveys for vascular sensitive plants in the project area have been conducted as early ascontinuing to.

A Guide to the Threatened and Endangered Vascular Plants of the Lake Mead National Recreation Area James S. Holland, Wesley E. Niles, Dennis Ray Schramm Cooperative National Park Resources Studies Unit, Department of Biological Sciences, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, - Botany - pages. Threatened species: Any species which is likely to become an endangered species within the foreseeable future throughout all or a significant portion of its range.

Listed species Federally listed species in Nevada. There were 38 endangered and threatened animal and plant species believed to or known to occur in Nevada as of July Rare, Threatened and Endangered Vascular Plants in Oregon An Interim Report [Siddall, Jean L., Kenton L.

Chambers, and David H. Wagner] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Rare, Threatened and Endangered Vascular Plants in Oregon An Interim ReportAuthor: and David H. Wagner Siddall, Jean L., Kenton L. Chambers.

Endangered, threatened, extinct, endemic, and rare or restricted Utah vascular plants Stanley L. Welsh Brigham Young University N. Duane Atwood Bureau of Land Management, Cedar City, Utah James L.

Reveal University of Maryland, College Park, and Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C. Endangered, threatened and sensitive vascular plants of Washington (20 October ). Washington State Department of Natural Resources, Washington. Washington State Department of Natural Resources, Washington.

Rare, Threatened and Endangered Species of Oregon. Oregon Natural Heritage Information Center, Oregon State jurisdiction over threatened and endangered plants, and reaffirmed the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife's (ODFW) responsibility for threatened and (vascular plants, non-vascular plants, lichens.

Introduction UTAH RARE PLANT GUIDE (a work in process) Purpose The initial purpose of the Utah Rare Plant Guide (URPG) was to convert and update the publication entitled Utah Endangered, Threatened and Sensitive Plant Field Guide to an on-line, electronic version to be made available to the public.

The first on-line version was made available to the public in edition of its Inventory of Rare and Endangered Vascular Plants of California.

In its "Main List" were plants of primary concern. A second list of plants constituted a group of rare, but not presently endangered plants. One hundred and thirty-four plants were listed as having limited distributions, but not as rare.

This brought [email protected]{osti_, title = {Vascular plants of the Nevada Test Site and Central-Southern Nevada: ecologic and geographic distributions}, author = {Beatley, J C}, abstractNote = {The physical environment of the Nevada Test Site and surrounding area is described with regard to physiography, geology, soils, and climate.

A discussion of plant associations is given for the .