Table 6 - Priority Wildlife Species in the Resource Management Plan Area1


Common Name Scientific Name Vulnerable Habitats &
Limiting Factors
2
Mollusks
Blue-grey tail-dropper Prophysaon coeruleum U (SA)
Evening fieldslug Deroceras hesperium U (SA)
Oregon megomphix snail Megomphix hemphilli U (SA)
Papillose tail-dropper Prophysaon dubium U (SA)
Other Invertebrates
American acetropis grass bugSS Acetropis americana NP
Beer's false water penny bettleSS Acneus beeri S
Beller's carabid beetleSS Agonum belleri P
California scutellarid (bug)SS Vanduzeeina borealis californica M
Cascade apatanian caddisflySS Apatania tavala S
Fender's blue (butterfly)SS Icaricia icarioides fenderii SH
Foliaceous lace bugSS Deraphysia foliacea SA, M
Fort Dick limnephilus caddisflySS Limnephilus atercus U
Hairy shore bugSS Saldula villosa SH
Insular blue (butterfly)SS Plebejus saepiolus insulanus SH
Obscure elfin (butterfly)SS Incisalia polia obscura M
One-spot rhyacophilan caddisflySS Rhyacophila unipunctata S
Oregon giant earthwormSS Driloleirus macelfreshi SH
Oregon lygus bugSS Lygus oregonae SH
Oregon silverspot (butterfly)SS Speyeria zerene hippolyta SH
Piper's gazelle beetleSS Nebria piperi Z
Roth's blind carabidSS Pterostichus rothi F
Siskiyou caddisflySS Tinodes siskiyou S
Siskiyou chloealtis grasshopperSS Chloealtis aspasma  
Siuslaw sand tiger beetleSS Cicindela hirticollis siuslawensis U
Taylor's checkerspot butterflySS Euphydryas editha taylori SH
Tombstone Prairie farulan cad'flySS Farula reapiri WQ, OF, DD
Tombstone Prairie olig. cad'flySS Oligophlebodes mostbento WQ
Vertree's ceraclean caddisflySS Ceraclea vertreesi S
Vertree's ochrotrichian
micro-caddisflySS
Orchrotrichia vertreesi S
Amphibians
Cascades frogSS Rana cascadae WQ, SH, JX
Cascades (Olympic) salamander3 Rhyacotriton cascadae SM,WQ,CM,SH,HW,OR
Clouded salamanderSS Aneides ferreus SM,DD,CM,HD
Dunn's salamander Plethodon dunni SM,DD,CM,WQ,SH,OF
Foothill yellow-legged frogSS Rana boylii WQ, JX
Northern redlegged frogSS Rana aurora aurora WQ,CM,SH,RA,OR
Oregon slender salamanderSS Batrachoseps wrightorum SM,DD,CM,OF,CM
Pacific giant salamander Dicamptodon tenebrosus SM,DD,CM,HD,HW,OR
Spotted frogSS Rana pretiosa O, SH, SM
Tailed frogSS Ascaphus truei WQ,SM,OR, CM, JX, OF
Variegated (Olympic) salamander3 Rhyacotriton variegatus SM,WQ,CM,SH,HW,OR
Western redback salamander Plethodon vehiculum CM, DD
Reptiles
Northwestern pond turtleSS Clemmys marmorata marmorata SM,SH,DD,SE, O
Painted turtleSS Chrysemys picta SM,SH,DD,SE,O
Sharptail snakeSS Contia tenuis SM,SH


Table 6 - Priority Wildlife Species in the Resource Management Plan Area1 (continued)

Common Name Scientific Name Vulnerable Habitats &
Limiting Factors
2
Herons, Ducks, Other Waterbirds
Barrow's goldeneyeSS Bucephala islandica SH,TC
BuffleheadSS Bucephala albeola SH,TC
Common merganser Mergus merganser TC,DT,OR,JX
Dusky Canada gooseSS Branta canadensis occidentalis SH
Great blue heronN Ardea herodias LT,SE,OF,JX
Harlequin duckSS Histrionicus histrionicus TC,DT,WQ,OR,JX
Hooded merganser Lophodytes cucullatus TC,DT,JX
Marbled murreletSS Brachyramphus marmoratus LT,OF
Wood duck Aix sponsa TC,DT,HD,OR,JX
Raptors
American kestrelN Falco sparverius TC,DT,JX
American peregrine falconSS,N Falco peregrinus anatum SH,SE,JX
Bald eagleSS Haliaeetus leucocephalus LT,OF,JX,SE
Barred owl Strix varia TC,OF
Black tailed kiteN Elanus leucurus O
Cooper's hawkN Accipiter cooperii DS
Golden eagle Aquila chrysaetos LT,OF,JX
Great gray owlSS Strix nebulosa OF,TC,SH,JX
MerlinSS Falco columbaris O
Northern goshawkSS Accipiter gentilis OF
Northern pygmyowl Glaucidium gnoma TC,DT,OF
Northern sawwhet owlSS Aegolius acadicus TC,OF
OspreyN Pandion haliaetus DT,OR,JX
Redtailed hawkN Buteo jamaicensis LT,OF,JX
Sharpshinned hawkN Accipiter striatus DS
Northern spotted owlSS Strix occidentalis caurina TC,OF
Western screech owl Otus kennicottii TC,DT,HD,OR
Upland Game Birds
Band-tailed pigeon Columbia fasciata HD,SH,OF,JX
Blue grouse Dendragapus obscurus O
California quail Callipepla californica O
Mountain quailSS Oreortyx pictus HD
Mourning dove Zenaida macroura HD
Ruffed grouse Bonasa umbellus HD,RA,DD,OR
Wild turkey Meleagris gallopavo HD,OF
Woodpeckers
Acorn woodpecker Melanerpes formicivorus TC,DD,SH
Downy woodpecker Picoides pubescens TC,DD
Hairy woodpecker Picoides villosus DT,HD,OF
Lewis' woodpeckerSS Melanerpes lewis DT,HD
Northern flicker Colaptes auratus DT,HD,OF
Pileated woodpeckerSS Dryocopus pileatus DT,DD,OF
Redbreasted sapsucker Sphyrapicus ruber DT,HD,OR
Passerines and Swifts
Brown creeper Certhia americana TC,DT,OF
Chestnutbacked chickadee Parus rufescens TC,DT,OF
Common raven Corvus corax HD,OF
Evening grosbeak Coccothraustes vespertinus HD,OF
Goldencrowned kinglet Regulus satrapa HD,RA,OF
Gray jay Perisoreus canadensis OF

Table 6 - Priority Wildlife Species in the Resource Management Plan Area1 (continued)

Common Name Scientific Name Vulnerable Habitats &
Limiting Factors
2
Hammond's flycatcher Empidonax hammondii HD,OF
Hermit thrushN Catharus guttatus OF
Hermit warbler Dendroica occidentalis OF
Loggerhead shrikeSSN Lanius ludovicianus O
Olivesided flycatcherN Contopus borealis HD,OF
Pine siskin Carduelis pinus OF
Purple finch Carpodacus purpureus HD,OF
Purple martinSSN Progne subis TC,DT
Pygmy nuthatch Sitta pygmaea TC
Red-breasted nuthatch Sitta canadensis DD,TC
Rubycrowned kinglet Regulus calendula OF
Solitary vireoN Vireo solitarius HD,OF
Steller's jay Cyanocitta stellerii OF
Swainson's thrushN Catharus ustulatus RA,OF
Townsend's warblerN Dendroica townsendii OF
Tree swallowN Tachycineta bicolor TC,DT
Varied thrush Ixoreus naevius OF
Vaux's swiftN Chaetura vauxi TC,DT,OF
Violet green swallowN Tachycineta thalassina TC,DT
Western bluebirdSS Sialia mexicana TC,DT
Western flycatcherN Empidonax difficilis RA,OF
Western tanagerN Piranga ludoviciana HD,OF
Western woodpeweeN Contopus sordidulus HD,OF
White-breasted nuthatch Sitta carolinensis DD,TC
Winter wren Troglodytes troglodytes DD,OF,OR
Bats   (SA)
Big brown bat Eptesicus fuscus TC,DT,DD,HD,SH,OF
California myotis Myotis californicus TC,DT,DD,HD,SH,OF
Hoary bat Lasiurus cinereus HD,OF
Little brown myotis Myotis lucifugus TC,DT,SH,SH,OF
Longeared myotis Myotis evotis TC,DT,HD,OF
Longlegged myotis Myotis volans TC,DT,DD,HD,SH,OF
Pacific fringed myotisSS Myotis thysanoides thysanoides SH
Pacific pallid batSS Antrozous pallidus SH,SE,TC
Pacific western Townsend's big-eared batSS Plecotus townsendii townsendii SH,SE
Silverhaired bat Lasionycteris noctivagans TC,DT,HD,SH,OF
Yuma myotis Myotis yumanensis TC,DT,DD,HD,SH,OF
Carnivores
American martenSS Martes americana TC,DD,OF
Black bear Ursus americanus DD,SH,SE,OF
Bobcat Lynx rufus DD,SH
Ermine Mustela erminea DD,O
Gray fox Urocyron cinereoargenteus DD,HD,RA
Long tailed weasel Mustela frenata DD,O
Mink Mustela vison O
Mountain lion Felis concolor SH,OF
Pacific fisherSS Martes pennanti pacifica TC,DD,SH,OF
Raccoon Procyon lotor TC,DD,HD,RA
River otter Lutra canadensis WQ,DD


Table 6 - Priority Wildlife Species in the Resource Management Plan Area
1 (continued)

Common Name Scientific Name Vulnerable Habitats &
Limiting Factors
2
Cervids
Blacktailed deer Odocoileus hemionus HD,JX
Columbian white-tailed deerSS Odocoileus virginianus leucurus O
Elk Cervus elaphus HD,OF,SE,JX
Insectivores    
Dusky shrew Sorex monticolus SM,RA,OF
Pacific shrew Sorex pacificus SM,RA,OR
Pacific water shrew Sorex bendirii SM,HW,OR
Shrewmole Neurotrichus gibbsii SM,RA,OF
Trowbridge's shrew Sorex trowbridgii SM,RA,OR
Rodents    
Beaver Castor canadensis DD
Bushytailed woodrat Neotoma cinera TC,DD,RA,SH,OF
Deer mouse Peromyscus maniculatus SM,DD,HD,SH,OF
Douglas squirrel Tamiasciurus douglasii TC,DT
Dusky-footed woodrat Neotoma fuscipes OR,DD
Northern flying squirrel Glaucomys sabrinus TC,DT,OF
Red tree vole Phenacomys longicaudus5 OF,SM (SA)
Townsend's chipmunk Tamias townsendii DD,SH,HD
Western gray squirrel Sciurus carolinensis TC,DT,HD
Western redbacked vole Clethrionomys californicus SM,DD,OF
White-footed voleSS Phenacomys albipes5 SM
1Includes most Special Status Species known or believed to occur within or adjacent to the Planning Area - with the exception of extirpated species not planned for recovery within the planning area by USFWS. Also includes other species associated with habitats that are vulnerable to management practices, game species, and other high-interest species such as raptors and herons. BLM Tracking species are not listed.
2Information derived from Brown, 1985, Appendices 8, 19, and 20, with limited modifications based on more recent literature and local observations. Symbols identify primary habitats vulnerable to intensive timber management and speciesrelated limiting factors identified by District biologists.
3These species are called torrent salamanders by some researchers. They are 2 of 4 species that were formerly considered one species: the Olympic salamander, R. Olympicus.
4This species was erroneously called wrightii, but has been corrected to wrightorum (Intl. code of Zool. Nomenclature, Article 32, 1985).
5Genus sometimes listed as Arborimus.
LEGEND - Common Name
SS BLM Special Status Species based on Oregon State Office database of November 1994. Includes Federal Register Spp. to that date. Species accounts and effects are presented in sections on Special Status Species (Wildlife).
N
Neotropical Migrants (at least some individuals winter in the tropics - Love, 1990.)
LEGEND - Vulnerable Habitats & Limiting Factors:
CM = Cool, moist microclimate is an essential life requirement.
DD = Large dead and down (fallen) trees essential/primary habitat for one or more life needs.
DS = Densely stocked stands of mid and late seral conifers required for reproduction.
DT = Dead tree (snag) primary habitat for foraging or reproduction.
HW = Headwater streams, (generally 3rd order and smaller) and their riparian zones, are primary habitat for one, or more, life needs.
HD = Hardwoods or coniferhardwood stands - primary habitat for one or more life needs.
JX = Juxtaposition of two, or more, habitats required as primary habitat for all life needs.
LT = Large (green) tree/limbs required for nest substrate.
OF = Mature or old growth forests are primary habitat for one or more life needs. Natural (unmanaged) stands of the late seral stage may be suitable for some species. Stands younger than late seral are generally unsuitable for one, or more, life needs.
OR = Same as OF except species use is strongly oriented toward riparian (or other wetland).
RA = Red alder forest (polesize and older) primary habitat for one, or more, life needs.
SH = Special (unique) habitats essential for one, or more, life needs.
SM = Small creatures with small home ranges and low mobility.
SE = Secretive species highly sensitive to human intrusion at least during critical periods of life cycle, or in crucial portions of home range.
TC = Cavity in tree (live or dead) required for reproduction.
WQ = High water quality (cold and clear) essential life requirement.
O = Vulnerable habitats or limiting factors (if any) are other than above.
U = Vulnerable habitats & limiting factors currently undetermined.
(SA) = SEIS/ROD Special Attention Species or (SA) Groups of Species
NP = Native Prairie
S = Springs
P = Ponds, bogs, marshes
M = Natural balds and meadows
Z = Riparian zones of large streams
F = soils in old forests