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Sensitive Animal Species in the Caliente Resource Area: Mammals.

    

   STATUS 1

  OCCURRENCE 2,3

 
 

COMMON NAMES

SCIENTIFIC NAMES

Fed

State

C

V

S

BADGER

TAXIDEA TAXUS

 

CSC

K

K

H

BLUE WHALE

BALAENOPTERA  MUSCULUS  

FE

 

L

N

N

BUENA VISTA LAKE SHREW

SOREX ORNATUS RELICTUS

FC

CSC

N3

L1

N3

CALIFORNIA LEAF-NOSED BAT

MACROTUS CALIFORNICUS

S

CSC

L1

N3

N3

CALIFORNIA WOLVERINE

GULO GULO LUTEUS

S

CT

N3

N3

L1

FINBACK WHALE

BALAENOPTERA PHYSALUS

FE

 

L

N

N

FRESNO KANGAROO RAT

DIPODOMYS NITRATOIDES EXILIS

FE

CE

N3

L1

N3

GIANT KANGAROO RAT

DIPODOMYS INGENS

FE

CE

L1

K

N3

GRAY WHALE

ESCHRICHTIUS ROBUSTUS

REC

 

K

N

N

GREATER WESTERN MASTIFF-BAT

EUMOPS PEROTIS CALIFORNICUS

S

CSC

M2

H

M2

GUADALUPE FUR SEAL

ARCTOCEPHALUS TOWNSENDI

FT

CT

L1

N3

N3

HUMPBACK WHALE

MEGAPTERA NOVAEANGLIAE

FE

 

H

N

N

ISLAND FOX

UROCYON LITTORALIS

S

CT

N1

N3

N3

LOS ANGELES POCKET MOUSE

PEROGNATHUS LONGIMEMBRIS BREVINASUSS

S

CSC

N3

N3

N3

MOHAVE GROUND SQUIRREL

SPERMOPHILUS MOHAVENSIS

S

CT

N3

N3

M2

MORRO BAY KANGAROO RAT

DIPODOMYS HEERMANNI MORROENSIS

FE

CE

L1

N3

N3

NORTHERN SEA LION

EUMETOPIAS JUBATUS

FT

 

K

N3

N3

PACIFIC FISHER

MARTES PENNANTI PACIFICA

S

CSC

N3

N3

M1

PACIFIC KANGAROO RAT

DIPODOMYS AGILIS FUSCUS

 

CSC

H

L2

H

PACIFIC LITTLE POCKET MOUSE

PEROGNATHUS LONGIMEMBRIS PACIFICUS

FE

 

N3

N3

N3

PACIFIC WESTERN BIG-EARED BAT

PLECOTUS TOWNSENDII TOWNSENDII

S

CSC

L1

M1

N3

PALE BIG-EARED BAT

PLECOTUS TOWNSENDII PALLESCENS

S

CSC

L1

L1

K

RIGHT WHALE

BALAENA GLACIALIS

FE

 

M

N

N

SALINAS POCKET MOUSE

PEROGNATHUS INORNATUS PSAMMOPHILUS

S

CSC

M2

N3

N3

SAN JOAQUIN ANTELOPE SQUIRREL

AMMOSPERMOPHILUS NELSONI

S

CT

L1

K

N3

SAN JOAQUIN KIT FOX

VULPES MACROTIS MUTICA

FE

CT

K

K

K

SAN JOAQUIN POCKET MOUSE

PEROGNATHUS INORNATUS INORNATUS

S

CSC

H

K

H

SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY WOODRAT

NEOTOMA FUSCIPES RIPARIA

FC

CSC

N3

N3

N3

SANTA CRUZ HARVEST MOUSE

REITHRODONTOMYS MEGALOTIS SANTACRUZAE

S

 

N1

N3

N3

SEI WHALE

BALAENOPTERA BOREALIS

FE

 

L

N

N

SHORT-NOSED KANGAROO RAT

DIPODOMYS NITRATOIDES BREVINASUS

S

CSC

M2

K

N3

SIERRA NEVADA RED FOX

VULPES VULPES NECATOR

S

CT

N3

N3

L1

SOUTHERN SEA OTTER

ENHYDRA LUTRIS NEREIS

FT

 

H

N3

N3

SPERM WHALE

PHYSETER MACROCEPHALUS

FE

 

L

N

N

SPOTTED BAT

EUDERMA MACULATUM

S

CSC

L1

L1

M2

TEHACHAPI WHITE-EARED POCKET MOUSE

PEROGNATHUS ALTICOLA INEXPECTATUS

S

CSC

M2

N1

M2

TIPTON KANGAROO RAT

DIPODOMYS NITRATOIDES NITRTOIDES

FE

CE

N3

K

N3

TULARE GRASSHOPPER MOUSE

ONYCHOMYS TORRIDUS TULARENSIS

S

CSC

M2

H

M2

TULE ELK

CERVUS ELAPHUS NANNODES

  

K

K

N3

WHITE-EARED POCKET MOUSE

PEROGNATHUS ALTICOLA ALTICOLA

S

CSC

M2

N1

M2

YELLOW-EARED POCKET MOUSE

PEROGNATHUS XANTHONOTUS

 

CSC

N3

N3

M2

 

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

 
 
 

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