Difference between revisions of "Special Status Species Within Fort Ord"

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|Sand gilia (''Gilia tenuiflora arenaria'')||Federally Endangered/ State Threatened/ CNPS 1B || Yes
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|Sand gilia (''Gilia tenuiflora arenaria'')||Federally Endangered/ State Threatened/ [[CNPS]] 1B || Yes
 
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|Monterey spineflower (''Chorizanthe pungens'')||Federally Threatened/ CNPS 1B || Yes
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|Monterey spineflower (''Chorizanthe pungens'')||Federally Threatened/ [[CNPS]] 1B || Yes
 
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|Rosbust spineflower (''Corizanthe robusta'')|| Federally Endangered/ CNPS 1B || No
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|Rosbust spineflower (''Corizanthe robusta'')|| Federally Endangered/ [[CNPS]] 1B || No
 
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|Seaside bird’s-beak (''Cordylanthus rigidus littoralis'')||State Endangered/ CNPS 1B || Yes
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|Seaside bird’s-beak (''Cordylanthus rigidus littoralis'')||State Endangered/ [[CNPS]] 1B || Yes
 
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|Hooker’s manzanita (''Arctostaphylos hookeri hookeri'')||State Endangered/ CNPS 1B|| Yes
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|Hooker’s manzanita (''Arctostaphylos hookeri hookeri'')||State Endangered/ [[CNPS]] 1B|| Yes
 
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|Sandmat manzanita (''A. pumila'')||Federally Endangered/ CNPS 1B || Yes
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|Sandmat manzanita (''A. pumila'')||Federally Endangered/ [[CNPS]] 1B || Yes
 
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|Yadon’s piperia (''Piperia yadonii'')||Federally Endangered/ CNPS 1B || Yes
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|Yadon’s piperia (''Piperia yadonii'')||Federally Endangered/ [[CNPS]] 1B || Yes
 
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|Contra Costa goldfields (''Lasthenia conjugens'')||Federally Endangered/ CNPS 1B || Yes
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|Contra Costa goldfields (''Lasthenia conjugens'')||Federally Endangered/ [[CNPS]] 1B || Yes
 
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|California tiger salamander (''Ambystoma californiense'')||Federally Threatened/ Federally Endangered/ State Threatened|| Yes
 
|California tiger salamander (''Ambystoma californiense'')||Federally Threatened/ Federally Endangered/ State Threatened|| Yes
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|Monterey manzanita (''A. montereyensis'')||BLM Sensative/ CNPS 1B || Yes
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|Monterey manzanita (''A. montereyensis'')||BLM Sensative/ [[CNPS]] 1B || Yes
 
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|Pajaro manzanita (''A. pajaroensis'')||CNPS 1B || No
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|Pajaro manzanita (''A. pajaroensis'')||[[CNPS]] 1B || No
 
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|Monterey ceanothus (''Ceanothus cuneatus var. rigidus'')||State Vulnerable|| Yes
 
|Monterey ceanothus (''Ceanothus cuneatus var. rigidus'')||State Vulnerable|| Yes
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|California linderiella (''Linderiella occidentalis'')||Near Threatened || Yes
 
|California linderiella (''Linderiella occidentalis'')||Near Threatened || Yes
 
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|Congdon's Spikeweed (''Centromadia parryi congdonii'')|| CNPS 1B || No
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|Congdon's Spikeweed (''Centromadia parryi congdonii'')|| [[CNPS]] 1B || No
 
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|Monterey Cypress (''Hesperocyparis macrocarpa'')|| CNPS 1B || No  
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|Monterey Cypress (''Hesperocyparis macrocarpa'')|| [[CNPS]] 1B || No  
 
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|Marsh Scorzonella (''Microseris paludosa'')|| CNPS 1B || No
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|Marsh Scorzonella (''Microseris paludosa'')|| [[CNPS]] 1B || No
 
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|Santa Cruz Clover (''Trifolium buckwestiorum'')|| CNPS 1B || No
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|Santa Cruz Clover (''Trifolium buckwestiorum'')|| [[CNPS]] 1B || No
 
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|Pacific Grove Clover (''Trifolium polyodon''|| CNPS 1B || No
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|Pacific Grove Clover (''Trifolium polyodon''|| [[CNPS]] 1B || No
 
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|[http://www.dfg.ca.gov/biogeodata/cnddb/pdfs/SPAnimals.pdf Species still to be added]||TBD||No
 
|[http://www.dfg.ca.gov/biogeodata/cnddb/pdfs/SPAnimals.pdf Species still to be added]||TBD||No

Revision as of 13:10, 30 March 2020

Fort Ord is home to 35 rare plant and animal species[1]. 19 of these species are included as part of the Fort Ord HCP[2]. Federal and state threatened and endangered species in Fort Ord include:

Species [3] [4] Current Listing Status [5] [6][7] Part of HCP (Yes/No)
Sand gilia (Gilia tenuiflora arenaria) Federally Endangered/ State Threatened/ CNPS 1B Yes
Monterey spineflower (Chorizanthe pungens) Federally Threatened/ CNPS 1B Yes
Rosbust spineflower (Corizanthe robusta) Federally Endangered/ CNPS 1B No
Seaside bird’s-beak (Cordylanthus rigidus littoralis) State Endangered/ CNPS 1B Yes
Hooker’s manzanita (Arctostaphylos hookeri hookeri) State Endangered/ CNPS 1B Yes
Sandmat manzanita (A. pumila) Federally Endangered/ CNPS 1B Yes
Yadon’s piperia (Piperia yadonii) Federally Endangered/ CNPS 1B Yes
Contra Costa goldfields (Lasthenia conjugens) Federally Endangered/ CNPS 1B Yes
California tiger salamander (Ambystoma californiense) Federally Threatened/ Federally Endangered/ State Threatened Yes
California Red-Legged Frog (Rana draytonii) Federally Threatened No
Smith's Blue Butterfly (Euphilotes enoptes smithi) Federally Endangered No
Western Snowy Plover (Charadrius nivosus nivosus) Federally Threatened No

Additional special status species within Fort Ord are (NOTE: this list is incomplete):

Species [3] [4] Current Listing Status [5] [6][7] Part of HCP (Yes/No)
Monterey manzanita (A. montereyensis) BLM Sensative/ CNPS 1B Yes
Pajaro manzanita (A. pajaroensis) CNPS 1B No
Monterey ceanothus (Ceanothus cuneatus var. rigidus) State Vulnerable Yes
Eastwood’s goldenbush (Ericameria fasciculata) BLM Sensative Yes
California Black Legless Lizard (Anniella pulchra nigra) Species of Special Concern Yes
California linderiella (Linderiella occidentalis) Near Threatened Yes
Congdon's Spikeweed (Centromadia parryi congdonii) CNPS 1B No
Monterey Cypress (Hesperocyparis macrocarpa) CNPS 1B No
Marsh Scorzonella (Microseris paludosa) CNPS 1B No
Santa Cruz Clover (Trifolium buckwestiorum) CNPS 1B No
Pacific Grove Clover (Trifolium polyodon CNPS 1B No
Species still to be added TBD No

Links

References

  1. http://www.blm.gov/pgdata/content/ca/en/fo/hollister/fort_ord/index.html
  2. http://www.fora.org/habitat.html
  3. 3.0 3.1 ESA 2013 Annual Biological Monitoring Report
  4. 4.0 4.1 [1]
  5. 5.0 5.1 ESA plant list
  6. 6.0 6.1 ESA animal list
  7. 7.0 7.1 http://www.blm.gov/style/medialib/blm/ca/pdf/hollister.Par.93735.File.dat/FtOrdPlantsAlph12Aug10_c.pdf

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