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Wyoming Rare Plant Field Guide

US Forest Service Rare Plant List


Rare Plants of Black Hills National Forest (USFS R-2)

Scientific Names Ranger Districts
Common Names Bl EM
Adenocaulon bicolor S S
American Trailplant
Botrychium campestre S  
Prairie Moonwort
Carex alopecoidea   S
Foxtail Sedge
Equisetum scirpoides   S
Dwarf Scouring Rush
Lycopodium complanatum   S
Trailing Clubmoss
Lycopodium dendroideum S  
Treelike Clubmoss
Muhlenbergia glomerata S S
Marsh Muhly
Scirpus cyperinus S S
Cottongrass Bulrush [S. atrocinctus]

Code:

Bl = Bearlodge; EM = Elk Mountain S = Sensitive and present on District; S? = Sensitive and may occur on District; X = present on District, but not listed as sensitive; X'? = may be present on District, but not listed as sensitive.

Note: The following Region 2 Sensitive plants are known from the South Dakota portion of Black Hills National Forest, but have not been documented from the Wyoming side: Adiantum capillus-veneris, Arnica lonchophylla, Carex intumescens, Carex pedunculata, Corallorhiza odontorhiza, Epipactis gigantea, Eriogonum visheri, Platanthera orbiculata, Salix serissima. Sanguinaria canadensis and Viola selkirkii. For information on these species, consult Fertig 1993.


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