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Rare or endangered vascular plants of New Jersey

David E. Fairbrothers

Rare or endangered vascular plants of New Jersey

by David E. Fairbrothers

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Published by New Jersey State Museum in Trenton .
Written in English

    Places:
  • New Jersey.
    • Subjects:
    • Rare plants -- New Jersey.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 52-53.

      Statement[by] David E. Fairbrothers and Mary Y. Hough.
      SeriesScience notes,, no. 14
      ContributionsHough, Mary Y., joint author.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQ11 .S2685 no. 14, QK86 .S2685 no. 14
      The Physical Object
      Pagination53 p.
      Number of Pages53
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5169994M
      LC Control Number74621551

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Rare or endangered vascular plants of New Jersey by David E. Fairbrothers Download PDF EPUB FB2

Rare or endangered vascular plants of New Jersey. Trenton, New Jersey State Museum, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: David E Fairbrothers; Mary Y Hough.

The native flora of New Jersey is an important component of its biological diversity. This diversity is diminished as species, populations and habitats are lost from the state.

Seventeen percent of New Jersey’s native flora, which comprises more than 2, species, is currently classified as endangered. In New Jersey, an endangeredFile Size: 1MB. In the New Jersey Legislature declared that "plant species have medicinal, genetic, ecological, educational, and aesthetic value to the citizens of New Jersey" and directed the Division of Parks and Forestry in the Department of Environmental Protection to develop and adopt a list of plant species that are endangered in New Jersey.

Get this from a library. Rare and endangered vascular plant species in New Jersey. [D B Snyder; V Eugene Vivian; Conservation and Environmental Studies Center.; U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.].

Endangered Plant Species Research and Management. Inthe ONLM signed a cooperative agreement with the Department of the Interior, Fish and Wildlife Service, which directs the ONLM to perform research and conduct management Rare or endangered vascular plants of New Jersey book globally endangered plant species of New Jersey.

The lists of New Jersey's endangered and threatened wildlife species are maintained by the Division of Fish and Wildlife's Endangered and Nongame Species Program (ENSP).

These lists are used to determine protection and management actions necessary to ensure the survival of the state's endangered, threatened and other nongame wildlife. It is really unusual to find the "small whorled pogonia" in New Jersey. But the rare endangered orchid has recently been located for a third time in rural Sussex County -- leading scientists and.

Buy Inventory of Rare and Endangered Vascular Plants of California (SPECIAL PUBLICATION) on FREE SHIPPING on qualified orders Inventory of Rare and Endangered Vascular Plants of California (SPECIAL PUBLICATION): Smith, James Payne, Berg, Ken, May, Loran: : BooksCited by:   Every corner of New Jersey harbors natural wildlife of such value that it attracts birders and other naturalists from around the world.

From the barrier beaches and coastal marshes at the ocean’s edge, through the flood plain forests and pine barrens, across the fertile rolling hills of the piedmont, to the highlands, ridges, and valleys of northwestern New Jersey, the state is a cornucopia 5/5(2).

Spring is here. At least on the calendar, it's here. So, it's an appropriate time to take note of the endangered plants here in New Jersey. Inthe Endangered Plant Species List Act was enacted. The act directed the Division of Parks and Forestry to create the State’s first official list of plant species endangered in New Jersey.

Lists of All Native Vascular Plants by New Jersey County. New Jersey is a big and various state, with many diverse and ecosystems displaying a wide variety of native flora. To help you navigate this vast array of plants, select the appropriate link below to find native plants for your New Jersey county.

These lists are based on USDA database. groups (vascular plants, non-vascular plants, lichens and fungi) and then alphabetized by scientific name. The information for each taxa includes the scientific and common names with authorities for plants, along with synonymy if the name is new; county, ecoregion.

Containing more than 70 percent of the known sites, New Jersey represents the global stronghold for this plant. Photo credit: Alan Cressler The shortnose sturgeon (Acipenser brevirostrum) was one of the first species listed in as endangered under the Endangered Species Preservation Act, a precursor to the Endangered Species Act.

Species Field Guide. New Jersey may be the most densly populated state in the U.S., but it is also one of the most diverse. It is home to many different species of wildlife, from Bald eagles to Northeastern beach tiger beetles.

There are 84 species listed as endangered or threatened in New Jersey. Use our field guide to learn about the species.

Found only in New Jersey, Knieskern's beaked-rush (Rhynchospora knieskernii) is a grass-like plant that grows to be two to four inches tall, and is distinguished from other species by its fruit. The plant occurs in early successional wetland habitats and disturbed wet areas that have fluctuating water levels to due vehicles, mowing, or fire.

Rare Plants Botany Program: The New York Natural Heritage Program keeps track of the status of the state's rare flowering plants, conifers, ferns and fern allies, and mosses.

The Heritage botany staff currently includes Steve Young (Chief Botanist) and Richard Ring (State Parks Botanist). edition of its Inventory of Rare and Endangered Vascular Plants of California. In its "Main List" were plants of primary concern. A second list of plants constituted a group of rare, but not presently endangered plants.

One hundred and thirty-four plants were listed as having limited distributions, but not as rare. This brought theFile Size: 8MB. 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. Information about the 83 species of New Jersey wildlife that are listed as endangered and threatened with extinction. This report, and a book chapter, Endangered, Threatened, and Rare Vascular Plants of the Pinelands and their Biogeography, were the foundation for determining the initial species to be protected under the Pinelands Commission's Comprehensive Management Plan.

He also presented to the Commissioner of the New Jersey Department of Environmental. The species has been listed as endangered in New Jersey sincewhen the population was estimated at just Bythat number had increased to .New Jersey Rush is a rhizomatous, perennial herb, 40 – 70 cm tall.

The elongate leaves are narrowly cylindrical and have internal cross-walls (septa). The branched inflorescence bears clusters of non-showy, green flowers that develop into dark brown capsules. The capsules are longer than the surrounding floral parts. The culms and leaves are distinctly rough to the touch.The latest update for Endangered Animals in New Jersey is written by Lindsay Podolak.

W ith its sundry beaches, mountain ranges and open plains, New Jersey is an attractive destination for diverse wildlife; but sadly, some of the Garden State’s indigenous species are now endangered.

However, there are ways we can help save these creatures. Best of NJ spoke to local environmental protection Author: Patrick Lombardi.