Serach results for Bullock county:

Rare, Threatened, & Endangered Species & Natural Communities Documented in Bullock County, Alabama
Scientific Name Common Name Global
Ambystoma tigrinum Tiger Salamander G5 S3
Columbina passerina Common Ground-dove G5 S3 SP
Mycteria americana Wood Stork G4 S2N LE,PT4 SP P2
Peucaea aestivalis Bachman's Sparrow G3 S3 SP P2
Picoides borealis Red-cockaded Woodpecker G3 S2 LE SP P1
Rallus elegans King Rail G4 S2S3B,S4N SC GB
Cambarus acanthura Thornytail Crayfish5 G4G5 S3
Fallicambarus fodiens Digger Crayfish5 G5 S3
Procambarus bivittatus Ribbon Crayfish5 G5 S3S4
Procambarus lewisi Spur Crayfish5 G2G3 S3 P2
Procambarus suttkusi Choctawhatchee Crayfish5 G3G4 S3
Ferns and relatives
Isoetes melanopoda Blackfoot Quillwort G5 S1
Etheostoma davisoni Choctawhatchee Darter G4 S3
Etheostoma zonifer Blackwater Darter G3G4 S3
Fundulus escambia Russetfin Topminnow G4 S3
Hybognathus hayi Cypress Minnow G4G5 S3
Pteronotropis merlini Orangetail Shiner GNR S3
Flowering Plants
Baptisia megacarpa Apalachicola Wild Indigo G2 S2
Brickellia cordifolia Flyr's Brickell-bush G2G3 S2
Croomia pauciflora Croomia G3 S2
Schwalbea americana Chaffseed G2G3 S1 LE
Stewartia malacodendron Silky Camellia G4 S2S3
Trillium reliquum Relict Trillium G3 S2 LE
Freshwater Mussels
Anodontoides radiatus Rayed Creekshell G3 S3 PS P2
Pleurobema strodeanum Fuzzy Pigtoe G2G3 S2 LT SP P2
Quadrula succissa Purple Pigtoe G3G4 S3 PS
Toxolasma sp. 1 Gulf Lilliput G2 S2 PS
Villosa choctawensis Choctaw Bean G2G3 S2 LE SP P2
Geomys pinetis Southeastern Pocket Gopher G5 S3 SP P2
Tadarida brasiliensis Brazilian Free-tailed Bat G5 S3 P2
Lampropeltis getula getula Eastern Kingsnake G5T5 S4 SP P2
Lampropeltis getula holbrooki Speckled Kingsnake G5T5 S4 SP P2
Gopherus polyphemus Gopher Tortoise G3 S3 C6 SP P2
Macrochelys temminckii Alligator Snapping Turtle G3G4 S3 SP P2

Priority as identified in the State Wildlife Action Plan and its list of Species of Greatest Conservation Concern (for more information on SWAP, see
Listed by USFWS as Endangered in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, and South Carolina; not listed elsewhere. The USFWS proposed reclassifying the continental U.S. breeding population from endangered to threatened on 26 December, 2012.
Historic occurrence.
Listed by USFWS as Threatened west of the Mobile and Tombigbee rivers in Alabama (Choctaw, Mobile, and Washington counties), Mississippi, and Louisiana. Eastern populations were elevated to a candidate for protection under the federal Endangered Species Act 27 July 2011.

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Last Updated: Feb 16, 2010