Serach results for DeKalb county:

Rare, Threatened, & Endangered Species & Natural Communities Documented in DeKalb County, Alabama
Scientific Name Common Name Global
Rank
State
Rank
Federal
Status
State
Status
State
Priority1
Amphibians
Aneides aeneus Green Salamander G3G4 S3 SP P2
Desmognathus ocoee Mountain Dusky Salamander G5 S2
Gyrinophilus palleucus palleucus Pale Salamander G2G3 S2 SP P2
Birds
Corvus corax Common Raven4 G5 SX SP EX
Falco sparverius American Kestrel G5 S3B,S5N SP P2
Peucaea aestivalis Bachman's Sparrow G3 S3 SP P2
Scolopax minor American Woodcock G5 S3B,S5N GB P2
Setophaga cerulea Cerulean Warbler4 G4 S1B SP P1
Setophaga petechia Yellow Warbler G5 S2B SP
Thryomanes bewickii Bewick's Wren4 G5 SHB,S1N SP P1
Vireo solitarius Blue-headed Vireo G5 S3B,S4N SP
Caddisflies
Agapetus spinosus Caddisfly G2 S1
Ceraclea alabamae A Caddisfly G1G3 S1
Ceraclea alces Caddisfly G4 S1
Cheumatopsyche helma Helma's Cheumatopsyche Caddisfly G3 S1
Hydroptila micropotamis Caddisfly G1G2 S1
Phryganea sayi Caddisfly G5 S1
Polycentropus nascotius Caddisfly G5 S1
Theliopsyche melas Caddisfly G4G5 S1
Wormaldia shawnee Caddisfly G4G5 S1
Crayfishes
Cambarus acanthura Thornytail Crayfish G4G5 S3
Cambarus bartonii Appalachian Brook Crayfish4 G5 S2
Cambarus cracens Slendercraw Crayfish2, 4 G1G2 S1 P2
Cambarus distans Boxclaw Crayfish4 G5 S1
Cambarus longirostris Longnose Crayfish4 G5Q S2
Diplurans, Springtails, and Proturans
Litocampa sp. 1 A Cave Dipluran G1 S1
Pseudosinella christianseni A Cave Obligate Springtail G5 S2
Sinella barri A Springtail G5 S1
Tomocerus bidentatus A Springtail GNR S2
Tomocerus dubius A Springtail GNR S1
Ferns and relatives
Lygodium palmatum Climbing Fern G4 S1
Trichomanes petersii Dwarf Filmy-fern G4G5 S2
Fishes
Cyprinella caerulea Blue Shiner G2 S1 LT SP P2
Etheostoma jessiae Blueside Darter G4Q S3
Etheostoma tennesseense Snubnose Darter G5 S3
Hemitremia flammea Flame Chub G3 S3
Luxilus coccogensis Warpaint Shiner G5 S1
Moxostoma sp. cf. poecilurum Apalachicola Redhorse G3 S2 CNGF
Nocomis micropogon River Chub G5 S2
Percina palmaris Bronze Darter G4 S3
Typhlichthys subterraneus Southern Cavefish G4 S3 SP
Flowering Plants
Allium speculae Little River Canyon Onion G2 S2
Bigelowia nuttallii Nuttall's Rayless Goldenrod G3G4 S3
Castilleja coccinea Scarlet Indian Paintbrush G5 S1
Chelone lyonii Pink Turtlehead G4 S1
Coreopsis pulchra Woodland Tickseed G2 S2
Cotinus obovatus American Smoke-tree G4 S2
Cuscuta harperi Harper's Dodder G2G3 S2
Eurybia spectabilis Showy Aster G5 S2
Fimbristylis brevivaginata Glade Fimbristylis G2 S1
Fothergilla major Mountain Witch-alder G3 S2
Helianthus eggertii Eggert's Sunflower G3 S1
Helianthus longifolius Longleaf Sunflower G3 S1S2
Isotria verticillata Large Whorled Pogonia G5 S2
Juglans cinerea Butternut G4 S1
Melanthium parviflorum Small-flowered False Hellebore G4? S1S2
Nestronia umbellula Nestronia G4 S2
Orobanche uniflora One-flowered Broomrape G5 S2
Panicum lithophilum Swallen's Panic-grass G2G3Q S1
Polygonella americana Southern Jointweed G5 S1
Ptilimnium nodosum Harperella G2 S1 LE
Pyrularia pubera Buffalo-nut G5 S2
Ribes curvatum Granite Gooseberry G4 S2
Ribes cynosbati Prickly Gooseberry G5 S1S2
Rudbeckia heliopsidis Sun-facing Coneflower G2 S2
Sabatia capitata Rose Gentian G2 S2
Sagittaria secundifolia Little River Arrow-head G1 S1 LT
Salix humilis Tall Prairie Willow G5 S2S3
Sarracenia oreophila Green Pitcher Plant G2 S2 LE
Schoenolirion croceum Yellow Sunnybell G4 S2
Schoenolirion wrightii Texas Summybell G3 S1
Silene caroliniana ssp. wherryi Wherry's Catchfly G5T2T4Q S2
Stewartia malacodendron Silky Camellia G4 S2S3
Stewartia ovata Mountain Camellia G4 S2S3
Tradescantia ernestiana Ernest's Spiderwort G3 S1
Trillium sulcatum Southern Red Trillium G4 S1
Viola canadensis Canada Violet G5 S2
Freshwater Mussels
Elliptio arctata Delicate Spike G2G3Q S2 PS P1
Freshwater Snails
Antrorbis breweri Manitou Cavesnail G1 S1
Elimia crenatella Lacey Elimia2, 4 G1 S1 P1
Katydids and Crickets
Euhadenoecus putaneus A Cave Cricket GNR S1
Mammals
Myotis grisescens Gray Bat G3 S2 LE SP P1
Myotis sodalis Indiana Bat5 G2G3 S2N LE SP P1
Ursus americanus Black Bear6 G5T2 S2 GANOS P1
Millipedes and Centipedes
Scoterpes austrinus austrinus A Cave Obligate Millipede G3G4T3T4 SNR
Natural Communities
Bigelowia nuttallii - Coreopsis pulchra - Liatris microcephala Herbaceous Vegetation Sandstone Glade G2? S2
Other Beetles
Anillinus valentinei A Cave Obligate Beetle G3G4 S1
Batriasymmodes spelaeus A Cave Obligate Beetle G3G4 S3
Catops gratiosa A Beetle GNR S2
Pseudanophthalmus alabamae A Ground Beetle G2 S2
Pseudanophthalmus assimilis West Wills Valley Cave Beetle G1G2 S1
Pseudanophthalmus sequoyah Sequoyah Cave Beetle G1 S1
Ptomaphagus whiteselli A Cave Obligate Beetle G2G3 S1
Rhadine caudata A Ground Beetle G3 S2
Reptiles
Lampropeltis triangulatum triangulum Eastern Milk Snake G5T5 S2
Masticophis flagellum Coachwhip G5 S3 SP
Pituophis melanoleucus melanoleucus Northern Pinesnake G4T4 S3 SP P2
Spiders and Other Chelicerates
Maymena ambita Minute Cave Spider GNR SH
Neoleptoneta alabama A Cave Spider GNR S1S2


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.
Historic occurrence.
Possible occurrence
Reported from the county, but not likely part of an established, self-sustaining population


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Last Updated: Feb 16, 2010