Serach results for Winston county:

Rare, Threatened, & Endangered Species & Natural Communities Documented in Winston 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
Necturus alabamensis Black Warrior Waterdog2 G2 S2 C 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
Picoides borealis Red-cockaded Woodpecker4 G3 S2 LE SP P1
Scolopax minor American Woodcock G5 S3B,S5N GB P2
Setophaga cerulea Cerulean Warbler G4 S1B SP P1
Vireo solitarius Blue-headed Vireo G5 S3B,S4N SP
Caddisflies
Agapetus hessi Caddisfly G4G5 S1
Agarodes stannardi Stannard's Agarodes Caddisfly G2G3 S2
Hydroptila paralatosa Caddisfly G2 S2
Platycentropus radiatus Caddisfly G5 S1
Ferns and relatives
Huperzia lucidula Shining Clubmoss G5 S2
Huperzia porophila Rock Clubmoss G4 S1
Selaginella arenicola ssp. riddellii Riddell's Spikemoss G4T4 S2
Thelypteris burksiorum Alabama Streak-sorus Fern2 G4T1 S1 LT
Trichomanes petersii Dwarf Filmy-fern G4G5 S2
Fishes
Etheostoma blennioides Greenside Darter G5 S3
Etheostoma douglasi Tuskaloosa Darter G3 S2
Etheostoma phytophilum Rush Darter G1 S1 LE SP P1
Etheostoma sp. cf. bellator Sipsey Darter2 G2 S2 P2
Etheostoma sp. cf. zonistium Blueface Darter G1G2 S1 P2
Moxostoma sp. cf. poecilurum Apalachicola Redhorse G3 S2 CNGF
Nocomis micropogon River Chub G5 S2
Noturus mocturnus Freckled Madtom G5 S3 CNGF
Percina shumardi River Darter G5 S3
Percina sipsi Bankhead Darter2 G1G2 S1 P1
Flowering Plants
Asclepias exaltata Poke Milkweed G5 S1
Carex brysonii Bryson's Sedge2 G1 S1
Cuscuta harperi Harper's Dodder G2G3 S2
Enemion biternatum False Rue-anemone G5 S2
Isotria verticillata Large Whorled Pogonia G5 S2
Jamesianthus alabamensis Jamesianthus G3 S3
Juglans cinerea Butternut G4 S1
Nestronia umbellula Nestronia G4 S2
Phlox pulchra Wherry's Phlox2 G2G3 S2
Platanthera integrilabia White Fringeless Orchid G2G3 S2 C
Sagittaria secundifolia Little River Arrow-head G1 S1 LT
Silene rotundifolia Roundleaf Catchfly G4 S1S2
Stewartia ovata Mountain Camellia G4 S2S3
Thalictrum mirabile Little Mountain Meadowrue G4?Q S2
Trillium flexipes Nodding Trillium G5 S2S3
Freshwater Mussels
Elliptio arca Alabama Spike G2G3Q S2 PS P1
Elliptio arctata Delicate Spike G2G3Q S2 PS P1
Hamiota perovalis Orange-nacre Mucket G2 S2 LT SP P2
Medionidus acutissimus Alabama Moccasinshell G2 S2 LT SP P2
Medionidus parvulus Coosa Moccasinshell4 G1Q SX LE SP EX
Pleurobema decisum Southern Clubshell4 G2 S2 LE SP P2
Pleurobema perovatum Ovate Clubshell G1 S1 LE SP P1
Pleurobema rubellum Dark Pigtoe2 G1G2 S1 LE SP P1
Ptychobranchus greenii Triangular Kidneyshell G1 S1 LE SP P1
Strophitus subvexus Southern Creekmussel G3 S3 PS
Villosa nebulosa Alabama Rainbow G3 S3 PS
Mammals
Sylvilagus obscurus Appalachian Cottontail G4 S1 P2
Natural Communities
Schizachyrium scoparium - Danthonia sericea - Liatris microcephala - (Eurybia surculosa) Wooded Herbaceous Vegetation Cumberland Plateau Clifftop Sandstone Barren G3 S2
Other Beetles
Batriasymmodes spelaeus A Cave Obligate Beetle G3G4 S3
Reptiles
Lampropeltis triangulum syspila Red Milk Snake G5T5 S2
Pituophis melanoleucus melanoleucus Northern Pinesnake G4T4 S3 SP P2
Turtles
Sternotherus depressus Flattened Musk Turtle2 G2 S2 LT SP5 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.
Historic occurrence.
Protected under Alabama Game, Fish and Wildlife Laws, Section 9-11-269, as well as the Nongame Regulation.


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Last Updated: Feb 16, 2010