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Rare, Threatened, & Endangered Species & Natural Communities Documented in Calhoun County, Alabama
Scientific Name Common Name Global
Ambystoma tigrinum Tiger Salamander G5 S3
Desmognathus aeneus Seepage Salamander G3G4 S2 SP P2
Desmognathus monticola Seal Salamander G5 S5 SP
Plethodon serratus Southern Red-backed Salamander G5 S2S3
Circus cyaneus Northern Harrier G5 S3N SP P2
Peucaea aestivalis Bachman's Sparrow G3 S3 SP P2
Picoides borealis Red-cockaded Woodpecker G3 S2 LE SP P1
Vireo solitarius Blue-headed Vireo G5 S3B,S4N SP
Butterflies and Skippers
Speyeria diana Diana G3G4 S2
Agapetus iridis Caddisfly G5 S1
Cheumatopsyche harwoodi Caddisfly G5 S2
Heteroplectron americanum Caddisfly G5 S2
Hydroptila consimilis Caddisfly G5 S2S3
Hydroptila decia Caddisfly G1Q S1
Hydroptila patriciae Caddisfly G1 S1
Hydroptila setigera Caddisfly G1 S1
Hydroptila talladega Caddisfly G4 S1
Ironoquia punctatissima Caddisfly G5 S2
Molanna blenda Caddisfly G5 S2
Ochrotrichia confusa Caddisfly G5 S2
Polycentropus carlsoni Carlson's Polycentropus Caddisfly G2G3 S1
Protoptila maculata Caddisfly G5 S2
Psilotreta frontalis Caddisfly G5 S2
Pycnopsyche gentilis Caddisfly G5 S1
Pycnopsyche lepida Caddisfly G5 S2
Pycnopsyche luculenta Caddisfly G5 S2
Pycnopsyche virginica Caddisfly G3G4 S1
Rhyacophila glaberrima Caddisfly G5 S2
Rhyacophila nigrita Caddisfly G5 S2
Rhyacophila torva Caddisfly G5 S2
Triaenodes taenia Cold Spring Triaenodes Caddisfly G3G4 S1
Conifers and relatives
Juniperus communis Ground Juniper G5 S1
Cambarus acanthura Thornytail Crayfish G4G5 S3
Cambarus longirostris Longnose Crayfish G5Q S2
Cambarus manningi Greensadle Crayfish G4 S2
Cambarus scotti Chattooga River Crayfish G3 S2 P2
Diplurans, Springtails, and Proturans
Onychiurus janus A Cave Obligate Springtail G2G3 S1
Pseudosinella collina A Springtail GNR S1
Sinella caeca A Springtail GNR S1
Dragonflies and Damselflies
Somatochlora provocans Treetop Emerald G4 S3S4
Ferns and relatives
Equisetum arvense Field Horsetail G5 S2
Cottus paulus Pygmy Sculpin2 G1 S1 LT SP P1
Cyprinella caerulea Blue Shiner G2 S1 LT SP P2
Etheostoma brevirostrum Holiday Darter G2 S1 SP P1
Etheostoma ditrema Coldwater Darter G2 S1 SP
Hemitremia flammea Flame Chub G3 S3
Hybopsis lineapunctata Lined Chub G3G4 S3
Percina palmaris Bronze Darter G4 S3
Percina shumardi River Darter G5 S3
Flowering Plants
Chelone obliqua var. obliqua Red Turtlehead G4T3T4Q S1
Dicentra cucullaria Dutchman's Breeches G5 S2
Echinacea pallida Pale-purple Coneflower G4 S2
Helianthus eggertii Eggert's Sunflower G3 S1
Jamesianthus alabamensis Jamesianthus G3 S3
Lysimachia fraseri Fraser's Loosestrife G3 S1
Marshallia mohrii Mohr's Barbara's Buttons G3 S3 LT
Platanthera integrilabia White Fringeless Orchid G2G3 S2 C
Pycanthemum curvipes A Mountain-mint G3 S1?
Rhododendron cumberlandense Cumberland Azalea G4? S2
Sabatia capitata Rose Gentian G2 S2
Salix humilis Tall Prairie Willow G5 S2S3
Scutellaria alabamensis Alabama Skullcap2 G2 S2
Silene caroliniana ssp. wherryi Wherry's Catchfly G5T2T4Q S2
Symphyotrichum oolentangiense var. oolentangiense Sky Blue Aster G5T5 S1
Trillium lancifolium Narrow-leaved Trillium G3 S2S3
Trillium rugelii Southern Nodding Trillium G3 S2?
Triosteum angustifolium Yellowleaf Tinker's-weed G5 S1
Viburnum bracteatum Limerock Arrowwood G1G2 S1
Xerophyllum asphodeloides Turkeybeard G4 S1
Xyris tennesseensis Tennessee Yellow-eyed Grass G2 S1 LE
Freshwater Mussels
Amblema elliottii Coosa Fiveridge G3 S3 PS
Anodonta suborbiculata Flat Floater G5 S3 PS
Elliptio arca Alabama Spike G2G3Q S2 PS P1
Elliptio arctata Delicate Spike G2G3Q S2 PS P1
Epioblasma metastriata Upland Combshell4 GH SX LE SP SX
Hamiota altilis Fine-lined Pocketbook G2G3 S2 LT SP P2
Lasmigona alabamensis Alabama Heelsplitter G3 S3 PS
Lasmigona etowaensis Etowah Heelsplitter G3 S2 PS P2
Ligumia recta Black Sandshell4 G5 S2 PS P2
Medionidus parvulus Coosa Moccasinshell4 G1Q SX LE SP EX
Pleurobema decisum Southern Clubshell G2 S2 LE SP P2
Pleurobema georgianum Southern Pigtoe G1 S1 LE SP P1
Ptychobranchus foremanianus Rayed Kidneyshell G1 S1 LE5 SP P1
Quadrula metanevra Monkeyface4 G4 S3 PS
Strophitus connasaugaensis Alabama Creekmussel G3 S3 PS P2
Toxolasma corvunculus Southern Purple Lilliput G1 S1 PS P1
Toxolasma parvum Lilliput G5 S3 PS
Truncilla donaciformis Fawnsfoot G5 S3 PS
Villosa nebulosa Alabama Rainbow G3 S3 PS
Villosa umbrans Coosa Creekshell G2 S2 PS P2
Freshwater Snails
Elimia bullula A Freshwater Snail2 G1G2Q S1S2
Elimia crenatella Lacey Elimia2, 4 G1 S1 P1
Elimia godwini Rusty Elimia2 G2G3 S2S3
Leptoxis ampla Round Rocksnail2, 4 G2 S2 LT SP P2
Leptoxis taeniata Painted Rocksnail2 G1 S1 LT SP P2
Stiobia nana Sculpin Snail2 G1 S1
Tulotoma magnifica Alabama Livebearing Snail2 G2 S2 LT SP P1
Myotis grisescens Gray Bat G3T2 S2N LE SP P1
Myotis sodalis Indiana Bat6 G2G3 S2N LE SP P1
Natural Communities
Nyssa biflora / Cephalanthus occidentalis - Lyonia lucida Sagpond Forest Swamp Blackgum / Common Buttonbush - Shining Fetterbush Sagpond Forest G1G2 S1S2
Other Beetles
Batrisodes lineaticollis A Beetle GNR S1
Quedius fulgidis A Beetle GNR S1
Heterodon simus Southern Hognose Snake7 G2 SH SP P1, possibly extirpated
Lampropeltis calligaster rhombomaculata Mole Kingsnake G5T5 S3
Masticophis flagellum Coachwhip G5 S3 SP
Pituophis melanoleucus melanoleucus Northern Pinesnake G4T4 S3 SP P2
Plestiodon inexpectatus Southeastern Five-lined Skink G5 S3 SP P2
Spiders and Other Chelicerates
Cicurina minima Cave Spider GNR SNR
Neoleptoneta alabama A Cave Spider GNR S1S2
Tyrannochthonius chamberlini A Cave Obligate Pseudoscorpion2 G1 S1
Deirochelys reticularia Chicken Turtle G5 S3
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
Alabama endemic.
Historic occurrence.
Ptychobranchus greenii was listed as endangered under the federal Endangered Species Act in 1993. Williams et al. (2008) restricted its distribution to the Black Warrior and Tombigbee River systems, with the form in the remainder of the Mobile Basin recognized as Ptychobranchus foremanianus.
Possible occurrence
Historic occurrence

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Last Updated: Feb 16, 2010