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State Distribution = U.S. States (Oregon)
64 records returned

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Oregon Oregon Natural Heritage Information Center. 2004. Rare, threatened and endangered species of Oregon (5 May 2006). Oregon Natural Heritage Information Center, Oregon.

Symbol Scientific Name State Common Name State Protected Status
ASAP Astragalus applegatei M. Peck Applegate's milk-vetch E
GRHE Gratiola heterosepala H. Mason & Bacig. Boggs Lake hedge-hyssop T
LOBR Lomatium bradshawii (Rose ex Mathias) Mathias & Constance Bradshaw's desert parsley E
SIDOO Silene douglasii Hook. var. oraria (M. Peck) C.L. Hitchc. & Maguire Cascade Head catchfly T
EREL13 Erythronium elegans Hammond & K.L. Chambers Coast Range fawn lily T
LOCO8 Lomatium cookii J.S. Kagan Cook's desert parsley E
CACO41 Calochortus coxii M. Godfrey & F. Callahan crinite mariposa-lily E
HACR4 Hackelia cronquistii J.L. Gentry Cronquist's stickseed T
ERCR10 Eriogonum crosbyae Reveal Crosby's buckwheat T
RATR6 Ranunculus triternatus A. Gray
RARE5 Ranunculus reconditus A. Nelson & J.F. Macbr., nom. illeg. Dalles Mountain buttercup E
LEDA2 Lepidium davisii Rollins Davis' peppergrass T
LIPU8 Limnanthes pumila Howell
LIFLP2 Limnanthes floccosa Howell ssp. pumila (Howell) Arroyo dwarf wooly meadow-foam T
FRGE Fritillaria gentneri Gilkey Gentner's fritillary E
ERCH6 Eriogonum chrysops Rydb. golden buckwheat T
CALE27 Castilleja levisecta Greenm. golden paintbrush E
LOGR2 Lomatium greenmanii Mathias Greenman's desert parsley T
IVRHR Ivesia rhypara Ertter & Reveal var. rhypara grimy ivesia E
CAHO11 Calochortus howellii S. Watson Howell's mariposa-lily T
MIHO2 Microseris howellii A. Gray Howell's microseris T
THHOS2 Thelypodium howellii S. Watson ssp. spectabilis (M. Peck) Al-Shehbaz Howell's thelypody E
LUORK Lupinus oreganus A. Heller var. kincaidii C.P. Sm.
LUSUK Lupinus sulphureus Douglas ex Hook. ssp. kincaidii (C.P. Sm.) L. Phillips Kincaid's lupine T
HABRB Hastingsia bracteosa S. Watson var. bracteosa large-flowered rush-lily T
ASCOL Astragalus collinus Douglas ex G. Don var. laurentii (Rydb.) Barneby Lawrence milk-vetch T
MIMA2 Mirabilis macfarlanei Constance & Rollins Macfarlane's four-o'clock E
AMCA8 Amsinckia carinata A. Nelson & J.F. Macbr. Malheur Valley fiddleneck T
STMA5 Stephanomeria malheurensis Gottlieb Malheur wire-lettuce E
LIPUG Limnanthes pumila Howell ssp. grandiflora (Arroyo) S.C. Meyers & K.L. Chambers
LIFLG Limnanthes floccosa Howell ssp. grandiflora Arroyo meadowfoam E
ASMU Astragalus mulfordiae M.E. Jones Mulford's milk-vetch E
SINE2 Sidalcea nelsoniana Piper Nelson's checker-mallow T
ARCAW Artemisia campestris L. ssp. borealis (Pall.) H.M. Hall & Clem. var. wormskioldii (Besser ex Hook.) Cronquist northern wormwood E
PLOR3 Pleuropogon oregonus Chase Oregon semaphoregrass T
TROW Trifolium owyheense Gilkey Owyhee clover E
MEPA5 Mentzelia packardiae Glad. Packard's mentzelia T
DEPA4 Delphinium ×pavonaceum Ewan (pro sp.) [menziesii × trolliifolium] peacock larkspur E
ASPE4 Astragalus peckii Piper Peck's milk-vetch T
ABUMB Abronia umbellata Lam. ssp. breviflora (Standl.) Munz pink sand-verbena E
BOPU2 Botrychium pumicola Coville ex Underw. pumice grape-fern T
LOER2 Lomatium erythrocarpum R.J. Meinke & Constance red-fruited lomanthium E
PLHI6 Plagiobothrys hirtus (Greene) I.M. Johnst. rough allocarya E
COMAP Cordylanthus maritimus Nutt. ex Benth. ssp. palustris (Behr) T.I. Chuang & Heckard saltmarsh bird's-beak E
CAIN18 Calochortus indecorus Ownbey & M. Peck Sexton Mountain mariposa-lily E
PLLA3 Plagiobothrys lamprocarpus (Piper) I.M. Johnst. shiny-fruited allocarya E
PHAR Phacelia argentea A. Nelson & J.F. Macbr. silvery phacelia T
MEMO2 Mentzelia mollis M. Peck smooth mentzelia E
PYRA2 Pyrrocoma radiata Nutt. Snake River goldenweed E
ASDI2 Astragalus diaphanus Douglas ex Hook.
ASDID4 Astragalus diaphanus Douglas ex Hook. var. diurnus (S. Watson) Barneby ex M. Peck South Fork John Day milk-vetch T
SISP2 Silene spaldingii S. Watson Spalding's campion E
ASCUS2 Astragalus cusickii A. Gray var. sterilis (Barneby) Barneby sterile milk-vetch T
ASTY Astragalus tyghensis M. Peck Tygh Valley milk-vetch T
CAUM5 Calochortus umpquaensis N.A. Fredricks Umpqua mariposa-lily E
EUVI8 Eucephalus vialis Bradshaw
ASVI4 Aster vialis (Bradshaw) S.F. Blake wayside aster T
LIOC2 Lilium occidentale Purdy western lily E
DENUO Delphinium nuttallii A. Gray ssp. ochroleucum (Nutt.) Warnock
DELE Delphinium leucophaeum Greene white rock larkspur E
SERI4 Sericocarpus rigidus Lindl.
ASCU2 Aster curtus Cronquist white-topped aster T
ERDED Erigeron decumbens Nutt. var. decumbens Willamette Valley daisy E
OEWO Oenothera wolfii (Munz) P.H. Raven, W. Dietr. & Stubbe Wolf's evening-primrose T
 
†CodeProtected Status
EEndangered
TThreatened
 

 

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