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Sensitive Animals

SENSITIVE ANIMAL SPECIES IN THE CALIENTE RESOURCE

    

 STATUS 1

 OCCURRENCE 2,3

COMMON NAME

SCIENTIFIC NAME

Fed

State

C

V

S

INSECTS

      

GLOBOSE DUNE BEETLE

COELUS GLOBOSUS

S

 

N1

N3

N3

KERN PRIMROSE SPHINX MOTH

EUPROSERPINUS EURERPE

FT

 

N

N

L

KERN SOOTYWING SKIPPER

PHOLISORA LIBYA

S

 

U

U

U

VALLEY ELDERBERRY LONGHORN BEETLE

DESMOCERUS DIMORPHUS

FT

 

N

L

L

WHITE SANDBAR SCARAB BEETLE

 LICHNANTHE ALBIPILOSA

S

 

N1

N3

N3

1 Status

Federal:
FE, endangered;
FT, threatened;
FPE, proposed endangered;
FPT proposed threatened;
FC, candidate (based on the February 28, 1996 Notice of Review, 61 FR 7596);
S, species which appeared as category 2 candidates in the November 15, 1994 Notice of Review, 56 FR 58982;
X, extinct;
MA, more abundant or widespread than previously believed;
REC, recovered.

State:
CE, endangered;
CT, threatened;
CFP, fully protected;
CSC, species of special concern.

2 Occurrence on public land:

K, known;
H, highly likely;
M1, likely but limited habitat;
M2, likely but localized species;
L, unlikely;
L1, unlikely - local species and limited habitat;
L2, unlikely - very localized species;
N, very unlikely;
N1, very unlikely - no suitable habitat;
N2, very unlikely - limited suitable habitat exists but known not to be occupied;
N3, very unlikely - outside of normal range;
U, unknown.

3 Column headings referring to manage- ment areas:

C, Coast;
V, Valley;
S, South Sierra