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Recovery plan for serpentine soil species of the San Francisco Bay Area

Diana R. Elam

Recovery plan for serpentine soil species of the San Francisco Bay Area

by Diana R. Elam

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Published by U.S Fish and Wildlife Service, Region 1 in Portland, Or. (911 N.E. 11th Ave., Portland 97232-4181) .
Written in English

    Places:
  • California,
  • San Francisco Bay Area.,
  • San Francisco Bay Area
    • Subjects:
    • Endangered plants -- California -- San Francisco Bay Area.,
    • Wildlife recovery -- California -- San Francisco Bay Area -- Planning.,
    • Plant conservation -- California -- San Francisco Bay Area.,
    • Endangered species -- California -- San Francisco Bay Area.,
    • Wildlife conservation -- California -- San Francisco Bay Area.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementDiane R. Elam, David H. Wright, Bradley Goettle.
      ContributionsWright, David H., Goettle, Bradley.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQK86.U6 E4 1998
      The Physical Object
      Pagination1 v. (various paging) :
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL67509M
      LC Control Number99166064

      Several factors contribute to serpentine soils being inhospitable to plant growth including a low calcium-magnesium ratio, lack of essential nutrients namely nitrogen, potassium, and phosphorus, and high concentrations of heavy metals. However, for this particular serpentine species, the ideal soil nutrient threshold levels required for its seedling's survival, have not been determined : Lamiaceae. The Presidio is probably the most important refuge in the San Francisco area because it contains many habitats and undeveloped natural areas. Twelve plants found at the Presidio are designated as rare, threatened or endangered by the United States Fish & Wildlife .

      San Francisco, California Subj ect: Dear Ms. Ikié. actions in recovery plans, if any, published by Our agency. listed and rare plants and wildlife living on serpentine soils in the project vicinity, notably on Tulare Hill, the Santa Teresa Hills, and the eastern ridge of the Santa Clara Valley ('Oyote. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Draft Recovery Plan for Seven Coastal Plants and the Myrtle’s Silverspot Butterfly. USFWS Region 1, Portland, Oregon. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Draft Recovery Plan for Serpentine Soil Species of the San Francisco Bay Area. U.S. Fish and .

      The species is endemic to limited regions within northern and central California, at elevations not exceeding metres (2, ft). Occurrences appear limited to serpentine seeps and streams within the California Coast Ranges, in areas of the San Francisco Bay Area and of San Luis Obispo County. There are three recognized varieties of this Family: Asteraceae. Eriophyllum latilobum or San Mateo woolly sunflower is a perennial herb of sharply limited range, endemic and occurring only in the state of California, United flowering plant of the family Asteraceae has been listed as an endangered species by the U.S. federal government as well as the state of : Asteraceae.


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Recovery plan for serpentine soil species of the San Francisco Bay Area by Diana R. Elam Download PDF EPUB FB2

U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Recovery Plan for Serpentine Soil Species of the San Francisco Bay Area [Bay checkerspot (Euphydryas editha bayensis)] Download as PDF Serial Number.

Draft recovery plan for serpentine soil species of the San Francisco Bay area Author: Diane R Elam ; Bradley Goettle ; David H Wright ; U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Draft recovery plan for serpentine soil species of the San Francisco Bay area / authors, Diane R.

Elam, Bradley Goettle, David H. Wright. By Diane R. Elam. Abstract. 1 v. (various pagings) Topics: Serpentine plants--California--San Francisco Bay Area., Author: Diane R.

Elam. 28 rows  Recovery Plan for Serpentine Soil Species of the San Francisco Bay Area: F: 8:. Recovery Plan for Serpentine Soil Species of the San Francisco Bay Area: F: 8: Sacramento Fish and Wildlife Office () White-rayed pentachaeta: Pentachaeta bellidiflora: 1: Secure and protect serpentine habitat in Edgewood Natural Preserve (San Mateo County) for multiple species: Ongoing Current: U.S.

Fish and Wildlife Service. Recovery Plan for Serpentine Soil Species of the San Francisco Bay Area: F: 8: Sacramento Fish and Wildlife Office () Fountain thistle: Cirsium fontinale var. fontinale: 1: Secure and protect serpentine habitat in Edgewood Natural Preserve (San Mateo County) for multiple species: Ongoing Current: U.S.

Fish and Wildlife Service. Recovery Plan for Serpentine Soil Species of the San Francisco Bay Area: F: 8: Sacramento Fish and Wildlife Office () Metcalf Canyon jewelflower: Streptanthus albidus ssp. albidus: 1: Secure and protect serpentine habitat in San Felipe area (Santa Clara County) for multiple species: Not Started: U.S.

Fish and Wildlife Service. Implementation Activity Species; Recovery Plan for Serpentine Soil Species of the San Francisco Bay Area: F: 8: Sacramento Fish and Wildlife Office () Presidio clarkia: Clarkia franciscana: 1: Secure and protect serpentine habitat in the Oakland Hills for multiple species: Ongoing Current: FY U.S.

Fish and Wildlife Service. resulted in, or continues to cause, the decline of species covered in this recovery plan. This trend is likely to continue. The Association of Bay Area Governments projects million new residents will work and live within the greater San Francisco Bay area by the year The counties east of San Francisco Bay are.

ment and recovery actions for the species have been addressed in the federal Recovery Plan for Serpentine Soil Species of the San Francisco Bay Area, finalized in The status in of San Mateo thorn mint: Declining. Recovery Plan for Upland Species of the San Joaquin Valley, California. Portland, Oregon • USFWS Recovery Plan for Serpentine Soil Species of the San Francisco Bay Area.

Portland Oregon • USFWS. Endangered and threatened wildlife and plants: determination of critical habitat for the Bay Checkerspot Butterfly. 66 Federal Register. The recovery plan for the Serpentine Soil Species of the San Francisco Bay Area (USFWS ) emphasizes the need to protect, restore, and manage habitats for BCB at SBM.

The plan recommends reintroducing BCB at that location, which would be one of three satellite. Diana R. Elam has written: 'Recovery plan for serpentine soil species of the San Francisco Bay Area' -- subject(s): Endangered plants, Endangered species, Planning, Plant conservation, Wildlife.

Although the species has not been officially listed by the State of California, the Department of Fish and Game considers it to be "very threatened." CRITICAL HABITAT: Not designated RECOVERY PLAN: Final Recovery Plan for Serpentine Soil Species of the San Francisco Bay Area.

See the recovery plan (above) for more information about serpentine soil species. Contact the Coastal Branch of our office (formerly the Coast-Bay-Delta Branch) at for consultations concerning serpentine soil species.

The Bay Checkerspot Butterfly PDF | RTF is an insect that depends on serpentine soil plants, primarily. organizations recognize the San Francisco Bay Area as a global hot spot for biodiversity. Coyote Ridge is a true hot spot within the Bay Area.

The U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, in its Recovery Plan for Serpentine Soil Species of the San Francisco Bay Area, identified Coyote Ridge as a key area for preservation and recovery of many. This is the first comprehensive treatment of an important segment of the flora of California: native plants that have varying degrees of fidelity to serpentine rock and soil that make up over square miles in the Coast Ranges and the Sierra Nevada.

Many of California's unique endemic plants are found nowhere else but on serpentine; over species, subspecies, and varieties of native. Climate change may also threaten the survival of the species. WHAT YOU CAN DO. To help the Tiburon jewelflower on its road to recovery, become familiar with the recovery plan for serpentine soil species of the San Francisco Bay Area and learn how you can contribute to land conservation and research needs for the species.

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service released a Recovery Plan for Serpentine Soil Species of the San Francisco Bay Area inwhich includes the Tiburon paintbrush. Habitat protection and management is a key element in the recovery of Tiburon paintbrush as well as the recovery of other species that are only found on serpentine soils.

This species was listed as endangered by the California Department of Fish and Game in June The California Native Plant Society has placed it on List 1B (rare or endangered throughout its range).

CRITICAL HABITAT: Not designated RECOVERY PLAN: Final Recovery Plan for Serpentine Soil Species of the San Francisco Bay Area; Septem. We, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Service), announce for public review and comment the availability of 29 draft recovery plan revisions, which update recovery criteria for 42 endangered or threatened species located in 11 States (Alabama, California, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Louisiana.Two active faults, the San Andreas and the Hayward, account for the patchy pattern of serpentine outcrops in the Bay Area.

Serpentine outcrops--composed of serpentinite, California's state mineral--were once fairly common in San Francisco, stretching in .↑ Recovery Plan for Serpentine Soil Species of the San Francisco Bay Area ↑ Bay checkerspot butterfly (Euphydryas editha bayensis) 5-Year Review: Summary and Evaluation ↑ Recovery Plan for the El Segundo Blue Butterfly (Euphilotes battoides allyni) ↑ El Segundo Blue Butterfly (Euphilotes battoides allyni) 5-Year Review: Summary and.