Serach results for Chilton county:

Rare, Threatened, & Endangered Species & Natural Communities Documented in Chilton County, Alabama
Scientific Name Common Name Global
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Amphibians
Ambystoma tigrinum Tiger Salamander G5 S3
Desmognathus aeneus Seepage Salamander G3G4 S2 SP P2
Desmognathus monticola Seal Salamander G5 S5 SP
Birds
Chondestes grammacus Lark Sparrow G5 S3B SP
Columbina passerina Common Ground-dove G5 S3 SP
Eudocimus albus White Ibis G5 S2B,S3N
Falco sparverius American Kestrel G5 S3B,S5N SP P2
Mycteria americana Wood Stork G4 S2N LE,PT4 SP P2
Picoides borealis Red-cockaded Woodpecker G3 S2 LE SP P1
Butterflies and Skippers
Enodia creola Creole Pearly Eye G3G4 SU
Satyrium kingi King's Hairstreak G3G4 S2S3
Caddisflies
Hydroptila lennoxi A Caddisfly G2G4 S1
Hydroptila paralatosa Caddisfly G2 S2
Crayfishes
Cambarus acanthura Thornytail Crayfish G4G5 S3
Hobbseus prominens Prominence Riverlet Crayfish5 G4G5 S3
Orconectes chickasawae Chickasaw Crayfish G5 S2 P2
Dragonflies and Damselflies
Somatochlora provocans Treetop Emerald G4 S3S4
Fishes
Acipenser oxyrinchus desotoi Gulf Sturgeon5 G3T2 S1 LT SP P2
Etheostoma ditrema Coldwater Darter G2 S1 SP
Hiodon tergisus Mooneye G5 S3S4
Percina palmaris Bronze Darter G4 S3
Percina shumardi River Darter G5 S3
Flowering Plants
Carex impressinervia Impressed-nerved Sedge G2 S1
Croomia pauciflora Croomia G3 S2
Frasera caroliniensis Carolina Gentian G5 S2
Hexastylis shuttleworthii var. harperi Harper's Wild Ginger G4T3 S2
Hexastylis speciosa Harper's Heartleaf2 G2 S2
Hymenocallis coronaria Shoals Spider-lily G2Q S2
Lathyrus venosus Smooth Veiny Peavine G5 S1
Phacelia dubia var. georgiana Outcrop Small-flower Phacelia G5T3 S2
Quercus arkansana Arkansas Oak G3 S2
Sabatia capitata Rose Gentian G2 S2
Sarracenia rubra ssp. alabamensis Alabama Canebrake Pitcher-plant2 G4T1T2 S1S2 LE
Silene caroliniana ssp. wherryi Wherry's Catchfly G5T2T4Q S2
Stewartia malacodendron Silky Camellia G4 S2S3
Utricularia inflata Swollen Bladderwort G5 S1S2
Freshwater Mussels
Elliptio arca Alabama Spike G2G3Q S2 PS P1
Epioblasma metastriata Upland Combshell5 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
Pleurobema decisum Southern Clubshell5 G2 S2 LE SP P2
Ptychobranchus foremanianus Rayed Kidneyshell5 G1 S1 LE6 SP P1
Quadrula kieneriana Coosa Orb5 G3Q SX PS
Strophitus connasaugaensis Alabama Creekmussel G3 S3 PS P2
Villosa nebulosa Alabama Rainbow G3 S3 PS
Villosa umbrans Coosa Creekshell5 G2 S2 PS P2
Freshwater Snails
Elimia alabamensis Mud Elimia2 G1 S1
Elimia chiltonensis Prune Elimia2 G2 S2
Elimia crenatella Lacey Elimia2, 5 G1 S1 P1
Leptoxis ampla Round Rocksnail2, 5 G2 S2 LT SP P2
Leptoxis taeniata Painted Rocksnail G1 S1 LT SP P2
Mammals
Myotis grisescens Gray Bat G3T2 S2N LE SP P1
Myotis sodalis Indiana Bat G2G3 S2N LE SP P1
Ursus americanus Black Bear7 G5T2 S2 GANOS P1
Zapus hudsonius Meadow Jumping Mouse5 G5 S1 P2
Reptiles
Farancia erytrogramma Rainbow Snake G4 S3 SP P2
Pituophis melanoleucus melanoleucus Northern Pinesnake G4T4 S3 SP P2
Plestiodon anthracinus Coal Skink G5 S3 SP P2
Plestiodon inexpectatus Southeastern Five-lined Skink G5 S3 SP P2
Turtles
Graptemys nigrinoda nigrinoda Black-knobbed Sawback G3T3Q S3 SP
Graptemys pulchra Alabama Map Turtle G4 S3 SP
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 http://www.outdooralabama.com/research-mgmt/swcs/).
Alabama endemic.
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.
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.
Reported from the county, but not likely part of an established, self-sustaining population


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Last Updated: Feb 16, 2010