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Rare and endangered vascular plant species in Maine

L. M. Eastman

Rare and endangered vascular plant species in Maine

by L. M. Eastman

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Published by U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service in [Washington, D.C.?] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Maine.
    • Subjects:
    • Rare plants -- Maine.,
    • Endangered plants -- Maine.,
    • Plant conservation -- Maine.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementL.M. Eastman.
      ContributionsNew England Botanical Club., U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQK86.U6 E2
      The Physical Object
      Pagination33 leaves ;
      Number of Pages33
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3920438M
      LC Control Number81601712

      Maine Critical Areas Program Planning Report No. State Planning Office, Augusta, ME. Eastman, L. M. Rare and endangered vascular plant species in Maine. The New England Botanical Club in cooperation with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service [Region 5, Newton Corner, MA]. Eastman, L. M. The rare and endangered species in Maine. The U.S. FWS's Threatened & Endangered Species System track information about listed species in the United States.

      Maine's Natural Heritage: Rare Species and Unique Natural Features [Bennett, Dean B.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Maine's Natural Heritage: Author: Dean B. Bennett. Maine is home to at least species of plants and species of animals that are considered rare, threatened, or endangered, as well as 58 rare natural community types (places where certain groups of plants and animals exist together). Ensuring the long-term survival of this treasured natural heritage is a significant conservation challenge.

      Two stories in Maine caught my eye this week that I think sum up why we’re working hard to ensure that any global warming legislation coming out of Congress helps safeguard species at risk of extinction and all our natural resources. Wednesday was the 10th anniversary of the removal of the Edwards Dam – a hydro dam on the Kennebec river.   10 of the World’s Strangest Plant Species. Posted on September 2, by Grace Murano. Category There is one exotic and rare plant you wouldn't likely want to grow anywhere near your landscape no matter how famous it would make you for doing so. the Selaginella Lepidophylla is a species of desert plant noted for its ability to.


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Rare and endangered vascular plant species in Maine by L. M. Eastman Download PDF EPUB FB2

Rare Plants Rare Plant List and Fact Sheets. This is a list of native vascular plant species in Maine whose populations within the state are highly vulnerable to loss, including species determined to be Endangered, Threatened, and of Special Concern.

Conserving Maine's Wildlife: An All-In Effort. Conserving endangered and threatened species is an effort that extends from the MDIFW wildlife division throughout the entire Department and beyond – involving conservation partners, complementary government agencies, local businesses, and generous citizens.

We also routinely team with our cohorts from other states and with national groups. Get this from a library. Rare and endangered vascular plant species in Maine.

[L M Eastman; New England Botanical Club.; U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.]. list of Maine's rare vascular plants by Susan C. Gawler, and the criteria established for the Official List of Maine's Endangered and Threatened Plants by Alison C.

Dibble, Christopher S. Campbell, and the Endangered Plant Technical Advisory by: 1. Rare Vascular Plants of Maine: A Critical Areas Program Report Based on Rare Vascular Maine Plants () with Additional Herbarium Data and Rare Plants Information by L.M.

Eastman. Introduction, Criteria, Annotated Rare Plant List, Species Accounts, Additional Herbarium Data, County & Town Index Editing by Susan C. Gawler. Executive Department, State Planning Office, State Street Cited by: 1. A northern plant with a strange name, Furbish's lousewort (Pedicularis furbishiae) lives only one place on Earth—in scattered populations along miles of the St.

John River, along the border of Maine and New Brunswick, Canada. About waist high, this member of the snapdragon family has inconspicuous yellow flowers that are pollinated by a.

Maine’s current Endangered and Threatened Species List includes 17 invertebrate species. seven butterflies, two moths, three dragonflies, two mayflies, and three freshwater mussels. To learn more about these species and Maine’s other vulnerable wildlife, visit the state list of Endangered, Threatened and Special Concern species.

Endangered and Threatened Mammals. The New England cottontail (NEC; Sylvilagus transitionalis), or cooney, was listed as state endangered species in Maine in and is Maine's only endangered terrestrial England cottontails are also listed as endangered in New Hampshire and the US Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) considers the species to be warranted but precluded from listing.

Endangered and Threatened Species. The Endangered Species Act (ESA) was signed into law by President Nixon on Decem The ESA protects critically imperiled plant and animal species from extinction and commits Federal agencies to.

Contact Information. Physical Address: State Street Augusta, ME Mailing Address: 41 State House Station Augusta, ME Four classes of naturally rare vascular plant species are described and classified, based on parameters of spatial distribution and longevity.

Properties intrinsic to these time/space parameters are explored and an importance hierarchy of causes of rarity is proposed for each by: Background Overview See also: History of the Endangered Species Act The federal Endangered Species Act (ESA) of provides for the identification, listing, and protection of both threatened and endangered species and their habitats.

According to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, the law was designed to prevent the extinction of vulnerable plant and animal species through the development Endangered: Lousewort, Furbish (Pedicularis furbishiae).

An analysis of just those plant and animal groups that have been assessed comprehensively (totaling ab species), reveals that about 4, U.S. species (18% of the total) are imperiled (G1 or G2), the categories most closely reflecting listings under the Endangered Species Act.

Another 3, species (15%) are considered vulnerable (G3). These volunteers are integral to monitoring and managing rare and endangered plant species in Maine. The Official List of Endangered and Threatened Plants in Maine is a list of native vascular plant species whose populations within the state are highly vulnerable to loss.

Species on the list are typically known from a very small number of sites. The living parts of these systems are various plant and animal species. The big wildlife species, like moose and bear, are easy to identify as parts of our local wildlife fauna.

The smaller invertebrates and microfauna in soils, water, and air also play crucial roles in ecosystem processes and functioning. Rare and Endangered Plants Gallery The U.S. Botanic Garden is one of many botanic gardens worldwide that actively participate in the conservation of endangered species by maintaining live specimens in their collections, studying wild plants at risk, banking seeds of rare plants, and introducing rare plants to the horticultural trade.

Chapter 6: Freshwater flora and fauna: species diversity, community structure and ecology. for many species – in terms of either spatial distribution or frequency of occurrence (commonness/rarity).

Nevertheless, approximately one third of Maine’s aquatic species appear to be common and another third appear relatively rare. The Vascular Plants of Massachusetts: A County Checklist, First Revision. where he developed and re vised the list of the state's rare plant species.

Get this from a library. Threatened and endangered vascular plants of Oregon: an illustrated guide. [Robert J Meinke; U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Region 1. Office of Endangered Species.]. Celebrating Wildflowers provides a variety of colorful and interesting articles, photos, posters, interpretive panels, and activities about wildflowers, pollinators, our native plants, and links to.

Endangered species. An endangered species of plant, animal, or microorganism is at risk of imminent extinction or extirpation in all or most of its range. Extinct species no longer occur anywhere on Earth, and once gone they are gone ated species have disappeared locally or regionally, but still survive in other regions or in captivity.

Threatened species are at risk of becoming.The vascular plants of Massachusetts: A county checklist, first revision. Massachusetts Natural Heritage & Endangered Species Program, Massachusetts Division of Fisheries and Wildlife, Westborough.

MA: Literature: Department of Environmental Conservation. Protected native plants (20 October ). Division of Land and Forests, New York.In a time when one-third of the remaining native North American bird species are listed as endangered, threatened or in serious decline and when over of Maine's native plants are now rare or worse, we can no longer be cavalier about conditions we can change.

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