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The Threatened Species of Cedar Bog

Plants

The following list is based on our list of plants in Cedar Bog and the 2010-2011 Ohio Department of Natural Resources Rare Native Ohio Plants list.

Added Species are those added to the rare plant inventory recently. Sufficient information has not yet been gathered to determine their exact status in Ohio.

Showy Goldenrod Solidago speciosa


Potentially Threatened species are those that meet at least one of these criteria:

  1. exist in Ohio but does not qualify as endangered or threatened in the state, but in a proposed federally endangered or theatened species.
  2. the natural populations are imperiled to the point that it may become threatened
  3. the natural populations are believed to be declining, though not yet threatened, at a significant rate across the state.

American Sweet Flag Acorus americanus

Yellow Sedge Carex flava

Green Cotton Grass Eriophorum viridicarinatum

Small Fringed Gentian Gentianopsis procera

Baltic Rush Juncus balticus

Shinning Ladies' Tresses Sprianthes lucida

Arborvitae Thuja occidentalis

White Wand Lily  Zigadenus elegans

Prairie Ironweed Veronia fasciculata

little Yellow Sedge Carex cryptolepis

Tufted Hair Grass Deschampsia cespitosa

Blue-leaved Willow Salix myricoides

Rock Elm Ulmus thomasii

Marsh Arrowgrass Triglochin palustris


Threatened species must meet at least one of these criteria:

  1. the species exists in Ohio and is a federally threatened species, but not endangered in Ohio.
  2. the natural populations in Ohio are limited to 4 to 10 occurrences.
  3. the distribution of the natural populations is limited to a giographic area delineated by 4 to 7 of the U.S. Geological Survey 7.5 minute quadrangle maps

Swamp Birch   Betula pumila

Showy Lady Slipper  Cypripedium reginae

Prairie Dropseed  Sporobolus heterolepis

Norhtern St. John's wort  Hypericum boreale

Prairie Rattlesnake root Prenanthes racemosa

Seaside Arrowgrass   triglochin maritimum

Flat-leaved Bladderwort   Utricularia intermedia

Lesser Bladderwort   Utricularia minor

Grass Pink Calopogon tuberosus

False Asphodel Triantha glutinosa

Walter's Violet Viola walteri

Few-flowered Rush Spike  Eleocharis quinqueflora (formerly Eleocharis pauciflora)


Endangered species must meet at least one of these criteria:

  1. be a federally endangered species existing in Ohio
  2. the natural populations in Ohio are limited to 3 or fewer occurances
  3. the distribution of the natural populations is limited to a giographic area delineated by 4 to 7 of the U.S. Geological Survey 7.5 minute quadrangle maps
  4. the number of plants in all the natural populations of the species in Ohio is limited to 100 of fewer individual, physically unconnected plants.

Small Purple Foxglove  Agalinis purpurea

Leathery Grape Fern  Botrychium multifidum

Western Hairy Rockcress  Arabis hirsute

Small Yellow Lady Slipper  Cypripedium parviflorum var parviflorum

Clinton's Wood Fern  Dryopteris clintoniana

Bluebeard Lily  Clintonia borealis

Small Purple Fringed Orchid  Platanthera psycodes

Horned Bladderwort   Utricualaria cornuta

Prairie Valerian  Valeriana ciliata

Northern Bog Violet  Viola nephrophylla

Small Bur Reed  Sparganium emersum

Little Prickly Sedge  Carex echinata (formerly Carex cephalantha)


Presumed Extirpated species. When no natural populations of the species have been documented since 1990, they are believed to no longer be in Ohio.

Prairie Wild Rose  Rosa arkanana

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