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Status of Listed Species and Recovery Plan Development

Status of Listed Species and Recovery Plan Development

Plants


Current as of September 30, 1992
Sections 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Listed Species Listed As Lead Region Status Rec. Plan Plan Stage Recovery Achieved States Referenced
Abutilon eremitopetalum E 1 U N U 1  
Abutilon sandwicense E 1 U N U 1  
Achyranthes splendens var. rotundata (= Sci. name) E 1 S N U 1  
Agave, Arizona E 2 U N U 1  
'Akoko (Chamaesyce celastroides var. kaenana) E 1 U N U 1  
'Akoko (Chamaesyce kuwaleana) E 1 U N U 1  
'Akoko, Ewa Plains E 1 S N U 1  
Alani E 1 U N U 1  
Alsinidendron obovatum E 1 U N U 1  
Alsinidendron trinerve E 1 U N U 1  
Amphianthus, little T 4 S N A 1  
Arrowhead, bunched E 4 D Y F 1  
Aster, decurrent false T 3 I Y F 2  
Aster Florida golden E 4 D Y F 1  
Aster, Ruth's golden E 4 D Y F 1  
Aupaka E 1 U N U 1  
Avens, spreading E 4 D N A 1  
'Awiwi E 1 U N U 1  
Barberry, Truckee E 1 S Y F 1  
Bariaco E 4 U Y F 1  
Beaked-rush, Knieskern's T 5 S N T/A 1  
Beardtongue, Penland E 6 S Y F 2 CO
Bear-poppy, dwarf E 6 D Y F 1 UT
Beauty, Harper's E 4 I Y F 1 FL
Bellflower, Brooksville (=Robin's) E 4 U N U 1  
Bidens, cuneate E 1 S NA NA 4  
Birch, Virginia round-leaf E 5 I Y Rev 3 VA
Bird's-beak, palmate-bracted E 1 D N U 1  
Bird's-beak, salt marsh E 1 U Y F 1  
Birds-in-a-nest, white T 4 D N U 1  
Bittercress, small-anthered E 4 D Y F 1  
Bladderpod, Dudley Bluffs T 6 S N A 1  
Bladderpod, lyrate T 4 S N U 1  
Bladderpod, Missouri E 3 I Y F 2  
Bladderpod, white E 2 D N U 1  
Blazing-star, Ash Meadows T 1 U Y F 1  
Blazingstar, Heller's T 4 U Y F 1  
Blazingstar, scrub E 4 D Y F 3 FL
Blue-star, Kearney's E 2 U N T/A 1  
Bluegrass, Hawaiian E 1 U N U 1  
Bluet, Roan Mountain E 4 U N T 1  
Bonamia, Florida T 4 D Y F 3 FL
Boxwood, Vahl's E 4 U Y F 1 PR
Broom, San Clemente Island E 1 S Y F 4  
Buckwheat, steamboat E 1 D N U 1  
Bulrush, northeastern (=barbed bristle) E 5 S N T/A 1 PA
Bush-clover, prairie T 3 I Y F 2  
Bush-mallow, San Clemente Island E 1 I Y F 4  
Buttercup, autumn E 6 S Y F 1 UT
Buttons, Mohr's Barbara's T 4 S Y F 1  
Cactus, Arizona hedgehog E 2 U N U 1  
Cactus, Bakersfield E 1 D N U 1  
Cactus, black lace E 2 D Y F 1  
Cactus, Brady pincushion E 2 U Y F 1  
Cactus, bunched cory T 2 U Y F 1  
Cactus, Chisos Mountain hedgehog T 2 D N U 1  
Cactus, Cochise pincushion T 2 S N U 1  
Cactus, Knowlton T 2 S Y F 2  
Cactus, Kuenzler hedgehog E 2 S Y F 1  
Cactus, Lee pincushion T 2 S Y F 2  
Cactus, Lloyd's hedgehog E 2 U NA NA 4  
Cactus, Lloyd's Mariposa T 2 U Y F 1  
Cactus, Mesa Verde T 2 S Y F 1  
Cactus, Nellie cory E 2 U Y F 1  
Cactus, Nichol's Turk's head E 2 U Y F 2  
Cactus, Peebles Navajo E 2 U Y F 1  
Cactus, San Rafael E 6 D N U 1  
Cactus, Siler pincushion E 2 I Y F 3  
Cactus, Sneed pincushion E 2 D Y F 2  
Cactus, spineless hedgehog E 6 I Y F 4  
Cactus, Tobusch fishhook E 2 I Y F 1  
Cactus, Uinta Basin hookless T 6 S Y F 4  
Cactus, Wright fishhook E 6 S Y F 3  
Campion, fringed E 4 D N U 1  
Capa rosa E 4 U N U 1  
Cassia mirabilis E 4 D N U 1  
Cats-eye, Terlingua Creek E 2 U N U 1  
Centaury, spring-loving T 1 S Y F 2  
Chaffseed, American E 5 D N U 1  
Chamaesyce halemanui E 1 U N U 1  
Checker-mallow, pedate E 1 D N U 1  
Cinquefoil, Robbins' E 5 S Y F 3 NH
Cliffrose, Arizona E 2 D N U 1  
Clover, running buffalo E 2 I Y F 1 IN
Cobana negra T 3 U N U 1  
Coneflower, Tennessee purple E 4 U Y Rev 3 TN
Coyote-thistle, Loch Lomond E 4 S NA NA 4 CA
Cranichis ricartii E 1 U N U 1  
Cyanea macrostegia ssp. gibsonii E 4 U N U 1  
Cyanea superba E 1 U N U 1  
Cyanea undulata E 1 U N U 1  
Cycladenia, Jones T 6 U N U 1  
Cypress, Santa Cruz E 1 S N U 1  
Daisy, lakeside T 3 S Y F 2  
Daisy, Maguire E 6 S N U 4  
Daphnopsis hellerana E 4 D Y F 1  
Dawn-flower, Texas prairie (Texas bitterweed) E 2 D Y F 1  
Desert-parsley, Bradshaw's E 1 D N U 1  
Diellia falcata E 1 S N U 1  
Dogweed, ashy E 2 D Y F 1  
Dropwort, Canby's E 4 D Y F 1 MD
Dubautia latifolia E 1 U N U 1  
Dubautia pauciflorula E 1 U N U 1  
Erubia E 4 D Y F 1  
Evening-primrose, Antioch Dunes E 1 D Y Rev 2  
Evening-primrose, Eureka Valley E 1 S Y F 2  
Evening-primrose, SanBenito T 1 U N A 1  
Fern, Alabama streak-sorus T 4 U N U 1  
Fern, American hart's-tongue T 4 D N A 1  
Fern, elfin tree E 4 D Y F 1  
Fiddleneck, large-flowered E 1 I N A 2  
Fleabane, Zuni (=rhizome) T 2 S Y F 2  
Four-o'clock, MacFarlane's E 1 I Y F 3 ID, OR
Frankenia, Johnston's E 2 I Y F 1  
Fringe-tree, pygmy E 4 D Y F 2 FL
Gahnia lanaiensis E 1 U N U 1  
Gardenia, Hawaiian (na'u) E 1 S N A 1  
Geocarpon minimum T 4 S N A 1 MO
Geranium, Hawaiian red-flowered E 1 U N U 1  
Gerardia, sandplain E 5 S Y F 1  
Gilia, Monterey E 1 D N U 1  
Globe-berry, Tumamoc E 2 I NA NA 4  
Goetzea, beautiful (matabuey) E 4 D Y F 1 PR
Goldenrod, Blue Ridge T 4 U Y F 1  
Goldenrod, Houghton's T 3 S N A 1  
Goldenrod, Short's E 4 S Y F 3 KY
Goldenrod, white-haired T 4 S N A 1  
Goldfields, Burke's E 1 D N U 1  
Gooseberry, Miccosukee T 4 S NA NA 1  
Gouania hillebrandii E 1 S Y F 1  
Gouania meyerii E 1 U N U 1  
Grass, Eureka Dune E 1 S Y F 2  
Grass, Solano E 1 U Y F 3  
Grass, Tennessee yellow-eyed E 4 U N U 1  
Ground-plum, Guthrie's E 4 D N U 1  
Groundsel, San Francisco Peaks T 2 U Y F 2  
Gumplant, Ash Meadows T 1 S Y F 2  
Haha (Cyanea lobata) E 1 U N U 1  
Haha (Cyanea mceldowneyi) E 1 U N U 1  
Haha (Cyanea pinnatifida) E 1 U N U 1  
Ha'iwale E 1 U N U 1  
Haplostachys haplostachya var. angustifolia E 1 I N U 1  
Harperella E 5 S Y F 1  
Heartleaf, dwarf-flowered T 4 I N U 1  
Heather, mountain golden T 4 D Y F 1 NC
Hedyotis degeneri E 1 U N U 1  
Hedyotis, Na Pali beach E 1 U N U 1  
Hedyotis parvula E 1 U N U 1  
Hesperomannia arbuscula E 1 U N U 1  
Hesperomannia lydgatei E 1 U N U 1  
Higo chumbo T 4 D N U 1  
Higuero de Sierra E 4 D Y F 1 NC
Holly, Cook's E 4 D Y F 1  
Hypericum, highlands scrub E 4 D Y F 2 FL
'Ihi'ihi E 1 U N U 1  
Ilex sintenisii E 4 U N U 1  
Iliau, dwarf E 1 U N U 1  
Iris, dwarf lake T 3 S N T 1 WI
Irisette, white E 4 U N U 1  
Ivesia, Ash Meadows T 1 S Y F 2  
Jewelflower, California E 1 D N U 1  
Joint-vetch, sensitive T 5 D N U 1  
Kamakahala E 1 U N U 1  
Kauai hau kuahiwi E 1 D N U 1  
Kio'ele E 1 U N U 1  
Koki'o (hau-hele'ula or Hawaii tree cotton) E 1 S N U 1  
Koki'o Cooke's E 1 E N U 1  
Ko'oko'olau E 1 U N U 1  
Ko'oloa'ula E 1 I N U 1  
Kulu'i E 1 U N U 1  
Ladies'-tresses, Navasota E 2 S Y RU 1 TX
Ladies'-tresses, Ute T 6 U N U 1  
Lagu, Hayun (Guam), Tron Kon guafi (Rota) E 1 S N U 1  
Larkspur, San Clemente Island E 1 I Y F 4  
Layia, beach E 1 D N U 1  
Lead-plant, crenulate E 4 S Y F 1 FL
Leather flower, Alabama E 4 S Y F 1  
Leather flower, Morefield's E 4 D N U 1  
Lepanthes eltorensis E 4 U N U 1  
Liliwai E 1 U N U 1  
Lily, Minnesota trout E 3 I Y F 2  
Lipochaeta venosa (Sci. name) E 1 S N U 1  
Liveforever, Santa Barbara Island E 1 S Y F 1  
Lobelia nilhauensis E 1 U N U 1  
Locoweed, Fassett's T 3 S Y F 2  
Loosestrife, rough-leaved E 4 U N T 1  
Lousewort, Furbish E 5 S Y Rev 2  
Lupine, clover E 1 D N U 1  
Lupine, scrub E 4 D Y F 2 FL
Lysimachia lydgatei E 1 U N U 1  
Mahoe E 1 U N U 1  
Mallow, Kern E 1 D N U 1  
Mallow, Peter's Mountain E 5 I Y F 3 VA
Manioc, Walker's E 2 S N U 1  
Manzanita, Presidio (=Raven's) E 1 I Y F 2  
Ma'oli'oli E 1 U N U 1  
Meadowfoam, Butte County E 1 D N U 1  
Meadowfoam, Sebastopol E 1 D N U 1  
Meadowrue, Cooley's E 4 U N T 1  
Milkpea, Small's E 4 D Y F 1 FL
Milk-vetch, Ash Meadows T 1 S Y F 2  
Milk-vetch, heliotrope T 6 U N U 1  
Milk-vetch, Jesup's E 5 S Y F 1  
Milk-vetch, Mancos E 2 D Y F 1  
Milk-vetch, Osterhout E 6 D Y F 2 CO
Milk-vetch, Sentry E 2 D N U 1  
Milkweed, Mead's T 3 U N T 1 KS
Mildweed, Welsh's T 6 D Y F 1  
Mint, Garrett's E 4 S Y F 1 FL
Mint, Lakela's E 4 D Y F 1 FL
Mint, longspurred E 4 S Y F 1  
Mint, San Diego mesa E 1 D Y F 2  
Mint, scrub E 4 D Y F 1 FL
Monkey-flower, Michigan E 3 S N T/A 1  
Monkshood, northern wild T 3 I Y RU 3 IA, WI
Mustard, Carter's E 4 D Y F 1 FL
Mustard, slender-petaled E 1 S N U 1  
Na'ena'e E 1 U N U 1  
Naupaka, dwarf E 1 S N U 1  
Nehe (Lipochaeta kamolensis) E 1 U N U 1  
Nehe (Lipochaeta lobata var. leptophylla) E 1 U N U 1  
Nehe (Lipochaeta tenuifolia) E 1 U N U 1  
Neraudea angulata E 1 U N U 1  
Niterwort, Amargosa E 1 S Y F 2  
Nohoanu E 1 U N U 1  
Oak, Hinckley's T 2 D Y F 1  
'Oha wai E 1 U N U 1  
Opuhe E 1 U N U 1  
Orchid, eastern prairie fringed T 3 S N T/A 1  
Orchid, western prairie fringed T 3 S N T 1 MN
Paintbrush, San Clemente Island Indian E 1 I Y F 1  
Palma de manaca T 4 U Y F 2  
Palo colorado E 4 U N U 1  
Palo de jazmin E 4 U N U 1  
Palo de Nigua E 4 U Y F 1  
Palo de Ramon E 4 D Y F 1  
Palo de rosa E 4 D N U 1 PR
Pamakani E 1 U N U 1  
Panicgrass, Cargter's E 1 S N U 1  
Pawpaw, beautiful E 4 D Y F 2  
Pawpaw, four-petal E 4 D Y F 1  
Pawpaw, Rugel's E 4 D Y F 1  
Pelos del diablo E 4 D N U 1  
Pennyroyal, McKittrick T 2 I Y F 4 NM
Pennyroyal, Todsen's E 2 I Y F 1  
Penstemon, blowout E 6 S Y F 2 NE
Peperomia, Wheeler's E 4 U Y F 1  
Phacelia, clay E 6 D Y F 1 UT
Phacelia, North Park E 6 U Y F 2  
Phlox, Texas trailing E 2 S N A 1  
Phyllostegia glabra var. lanaiensis E 1 U N U 1  
Phyllostegia mollis E 1 U N U 1  
Pink, swamp T 5 S Y F 1 DE, NC, NJ
Pinkroot, gentian E 4 D N U 1  
Pitaya, Davis' green E 2 U Y F 1  
Pitcher-plant, Alabama canebrake E 4 D N A 1  
Pitcher-plant, green E 4 I Y Rev 2 AL
Pitcher-plant, mountain sweet E 4 D Y F 1  
Plum, scrub E 4 D Y F 4 FL
Poa siphonoglossa E 1 U N U 1  
Pogonia, small whorled E 5 I Y RT/A 3 NH
Polygala, tiny E 4 S Y F 1 FL
Pondberry E 4 D N A 1  
Pondweed, Little Aguja E 2 D N U 1  
Poppy-mallow, Texas E 2 D Y RU 1  
Potato-bean, Price's T 4 U N T/A 1  
Prairie-clover, leafy E 4 D N U 1  
Prickly-apple, fragrant E 4 D Y F 1  
Prickly-ash, St. Thomas E 4 D Y F 1  
Prickly-poppy, Sacramento E 2 U N U 1  
Primrose, Maguire T 6 D Y F 2 UT
Quillwort, black-spored E 4 D N A 1  
Quillwort, mat-forming E 4 D N A 1  
Rattleweed, hairy E 4 D Y F 1  
Reed-mustard, Barneby E 6 D N U 1  
Reed-mustard, clay T 6 U N U 1  
Reed-mustard, shrubby (toad-flax cress) E 6 D N U 1  
Remya kauaiensis E 1 U N U 1  
Remya, Maui E 1 U N U 1  
Remya montgomery E 1 U N U 1  
Rhododendron, Chapman E 4 D Y F 1  
Ridge-cress (=peppercress), Barneby E 6 D N A 1  
Rock-cress, McDonald's E 1 S Y F 3  
Rock-cress, shale barren E 5 S Y F 1  
Rosemary, Cumberland T 4 D N U 1  
Roseroot, Leedy's T 3 S N U 1  
Rush-pea, slender E 2 D Y F 1  
Sand-verbena, large-fruited E 2 D Y F 1  
Sandalwood, Lanai ('iliahi) E 1 S N U 1  
Sandwort, Cumberland E 4 U N U 1  
Sanicula mariversa E 1 U N U 1  
Schiedea, Diamond Head E 1 S N U 1  
Schiedea haleakalensis E 1 U N U 1  
Schiedea kaalae E 1 U N U 1  
Schoepfia arenaria E 4 U Y F 1  
Sedge, Navajo T 2 U Y F 2  
Shield-fern, Aleutian (Aleutian holly-fern) E 7 S Y F 1 AK
Silene perlmanii E 1 U N U 1  
Silversword, Haleakala ('ahinahina) T 1 U N U 1  
Silversword, Mauna Kea ('ahinahina) E 1 S N T/A 1  
Skullcap, Florida T 4 D N U 1  
Skullcap, large-flowered E 4 U N U 1  
Snakeroot E 4 D Y F 1 FL
Snowbells, Texas E 2 D Y F 1  
Spineflower, Howell's E 1 D N U 1  
Spineflower, slender-horned E 1 D N U 1  
Spineflower, Sonoma E 1 D N U 1  
Spiraea, Virginia T 5 S N A 1  
Spurge, deltoid E 4 D Y F 1 FL
Spurge, Garber's T 4 S Y F 1 FL
Spurge, telephus T 4 D N U 1  
Stenogyne angustifolia var. angustifolia E 1 S N U 1  
Stenogyne campanulata E 1 U N U 1  
Stenogyne kanehoana E 1 U N U 1  
Sumac, Michaux's E 4 D N A 1  
Sunflower, Schweinitz's E 4 D N T 1 NC, SC
Sunray, Ash Meadows T 1 S Y F 2  
Sunshine, Sonoma (Baker's stickyseed) E 1 D N U 1  
Ternstroemia subsessilis E 4 U N U 1  
Tetramolopium filiforme E 1 U N U 1  
Tetramolopium lepitodum var. lepitodum E 1 U N U 1  
Tetramolopium remyi E 1 U N U 1  
Thistle, Pitcher's T 3 S N T/A 1 MI
Thistle, Sacramento Mountains T 2 S N T/A 1  
Thornmint, San Mateo E 1 D N U 1  
Torreya, Florida E 4 D Y F 1 GA
Townsendia, Last Chance T 6 U N A 1  
Tree-cactus, Key E 4 S Y F 2 FL
Trillium, persistent E 4 S Y F 1  
Trillium, relict E 4 D Y F 1  
Twinpod, Dudley Bluffs T 6 S N A 2  
Uhiuhi E 1 D N U 1  
Vetch, Hawaiian E 1 S Y F 1  
Viola helenae E 1 U N U 1  
Viola lanaiensis E 1 U N U 1  
Wallflower, Contra Costa E 1 I Y Rev 2  
Wallflower, Menzies' E 1 D N U 1  
Warea, wide-leaf E 4 D N T/A 1  
Water-plantain, Kral's T 4 S Y F 1  
Water-willow, Cooley's E 4 U N U 1  
Wawa'iole E 1 U N U 1  
Whitlow-wort, papery T 4 D Y F 3 FL
Wild-buckwheat, clay-loving E 6 S Y F 1  
Wild-buckwheat, gypsum T 2 S Y F 2  
Wild-rice, Texas E 2 D Y RU 1  
Wire-lettuce, Malheur E 1 U Y F 2  
Wireweed E 4 D Y F 4 FL
Woolly-star, Hoover's T 1 S N U 1  
Woolly-star, Santa Ana River E 1 D N U 1  
Wooly-threads, San Joaquin E 1 D N U 1  
Xylosma crenatum E 1 U N U 1  
Ziziphus, Florida E 4 D Y F 1 FL


Legend

Section 3

GIF-Regional Boundaries

Section 4

Species status is reported with a single letter.

I=Improving (Increasing)-- is for those species known to be increasing in numbers and/or whose threats to their continued existence are lessening.
S=Stable--is for those species known to have stable numbers over the recent past and whose threats have remained relatively constant or diminished in the wild.
D=Declining--is for those species known to be decreasing in numbers and or whose threats to their continued existence are increasing in the wild.
U=Unknown--is for those species where additional survey work is required to determine their current status
E=Extinct--is for those species that are believed to be extinct in the wild.

Section 6

The status of recovery plan development is reported as indicated below.

F=Final-Approved
Rev=Revision--Approved
A=Agency Draft
RA=Revision--Agency Draft
T=Technical Draft
RT=Revision--Technical Draft
T/A=Technical/Agency Draft
RT/A=Revision--Technical/Agency Draft
U=Under Development or Planned for Development
RU=Revision--Under Development
NA=Not Applicable

Section 7

The percentage of species recovery objective(s) achieved is indicated with a value of 1 to 4 as defined below.

1 = 0-25 percent achieved   
2 = 26-50 percent achieved 
3 = 51-75 percent achieved 
4 = 76-100 percent achieved

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