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Rare, Threatened, & Endangered Species & Natural Communities Documented in Randolph County, Alabama
Scientific Name Common Name Global
Desmognathus aeneus Seepage Salamander G3G4 S2 SP P2
Desmognathus monticola Seal Salamander G5 S5 SP
Lithobates sylvaticus Wood Frog G5 S2
Columbina passerina Common Ground-dove G5 S3 SP
Thryomanes bewickii Bewick's Wren4 G5 SHB,S1N SP P1
Vireo solitarius Blue-headed Vireo G5 S3B,S4N SP
Brachycentrus nigrosoma Caddisfly G5 S1
Hydropsyche phalerata Caddisfly G5 S1
Cambarus englishi Tallapoosa Crayfish G3 S3 P2
Cambarus halli Slackwater Crayfish G3G4 S3 P2
Ferns and relatives
Isoetes virginica Piedmont Quillwort G3 S2
Amerirus brunneus Snail Bullhead G4 S3 CNGF
Campostoma pauciradii Bluefin Stoneroller G4 S2
Cottus tallapoosae Tallapoosa Sculpin G4 S3
Cyprinella callitaenia Bluestripe Shiner G2G3 S1S2
Cyprinella gibbsi Tallapoosa Shiner G4 S3
Etheostoma chuckwachatte Lipstick Darter G3 S2 SP P2
Etheostoma tallapoosae Tallapoosa Darter G4 S3
Fundulus bifax Stippled Studfish G2G3 S2
Hybopsis lineapunctata Lined Chub G3G4 S3
Luxilus zonistius Bandfin Shiner G4 S3
Micropterus cataractae Shoal Bass G3 S2 GF-HP P2
Moxostoma lachneri Greater Jumprock G4 S3 CNGF
Notropis hypsilepis Highscale Shiner G3 S2
Percina palmaris Bronze Darter G4 S3
Percina smithvanizi Muscadine Darter G3 S2
Flowering Plants
Amphianthus pusillus Granite Pool Sprite G2 S1 LT
Chelone obliqua var. obliqua Red Turtlehead G4T3T4Q S1
Helianthus porteri Confederate Daisy G4 S2
Hymenocallis coronaria Shoals Spider-lily G2Q S2
Hypericum lloydii Lloyd St. John's-wort G4? S1
Juncus georgianus Georgia Rush G4 S1
Phacelia dubia var. georgiana Outcrop Small-flower Phacelia G5T3 S2
Pycanthemum curvipes A Mountain-mint G3 S1?
Waldsteinia lobata Piedmont Barren Strawberry G2G3 S1
Freshwater Mussels
Elliptio arca Alabama Spike G2G3Q S2 PS P1
Elliptio arctata Delicate Spike G2G3Q S2 PS P1
Ursus americanus Black Bear5 G5T2 S2 GANOS P1
Lampropeltis calligaster rhombomaculata Mole Kingsnake G5T5 S3
Plestiodon inexpectatus Southeastern Five-lined Skink G5 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
Historic occurrence.
Reported from the county, but not likely part of an established, self-sustaining population

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Last Updated: Feb 16, 2010