CNPS.ORG Inventory of Rare and Endangered Plants - 7th edition interface
v7-16nov 11-13-16
Status: record silene_serpentinicola - Fri, Dec. 2, 2016, 19:17 ET b
Silene serpentinicola
common nameserpentine catchfly
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familyCaryophyllaceae
life form rhizomatous herb
CA Rare Plant Rank
List 1B.2
CA-Endemic
LIST 1B: Rare, threatened, or endangered in California and elsewhere.
     0.2: Fairly endangered in California
state rank
S3      ranking system key
global rank
G3     G3: 21-80 occurrences or 3,000-10,000 individuals OR 10,000-50,000 acres
Where did the "RED" code go?
CA state listingNone  
federal listingNone  
where found
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Topographic quads (6):
Cant Hook Mountain (722B) 4112368, Klamath Glen (722C)? 4112358, High Plateau Mountain (739B) 4112388, Gasquet (739C) 4112378, High Divide (740A) 4112481, Hiouchi (740D) 4112471
quad data info

Counties, states, regions:
Del Norte (DNT)
A reminder: Species not recorded for a given area may nonetheless be present, especially where favorable conditions occur.
CNPS habitats•Chaparral (Chprl)
•Lower montane coniferous forest (LCFrs)/serpentinite openings; gravelly or rocky
blooming period May-Jul  
elevation range145 - 1650 meters
notes
"Red Hill" location (722C?) recorded by Jepson (#2904, JEPS) needs confirmation. Locally common in the Smith River Basin of Northwestern California. Threatened by foot traffic. Possibly threatened by fire suppression. Although distinct, formerly confused with S. californica and S. hookeri ssp. pulverulenta. Not in TJM (1993). See Madroņo 51:384 (2004) for original description, and Acta Mus. Richnov., Sect. natur. 12(1):1-6 (2005) for treatment of junior homonym; S. boyd-klineana.
full nameSilene serpentinicola T. W. & J. P. Nelson
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Additional information:
standard acronym   Element Code  PDCAR0U2B0
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Suggested citation: California Native Plant Society (CNPS). 2016. Inventory of Rare and Endangered Plants (online edition, v7-16nov). California Native Plant Society. Sacramento, CA. Accessed on Fri, Dec. 2, 2016 from http://www.cnps.org/inventory

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