Status Codes:Endangered: Listed as Endangered by the State of California or the Federal Government
Threatened: Listed as Threatened by the State of California or the Federal Government
Depleted: Depleted according the Marine Mammal Protection Act (special status)
Category 1: Candidate for listing by the U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service (sufficient biological information available to support a proposal to list taxa as Endangered or Threatened)
Category 2: Candidate for listing by the U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service (existing information indicates taxa may warrant listing, butsubstantial biological information necessary to support a proposed rule is lacking)
CSC: California Department of Fish and Game "Species of Special Concern"
SCT: California Candidate for listing as Threatened
FSS: Federal Bureau of Land Management or U.S. Forest Service Sensitive Species
SPL: Species proposed for listing
* Taxa listed with an asterisk fall into one or more of the following categories:
1. Taxa that are biologically rare, very restricted in distribution, declining throughout their range, or at a critical stage in their life cycle when residing in California.
2. Populations(s) in California that may be peripheral to the major portion of a taxon's range, but which are threatened with extirpation within California.
3. Taxa closely associated with a habitat that is declining in California (e.g., wetlands, riparian, old growth forest).
+ The coast wide status of all Chinook runs is currently being reviewed for the California, Oregon and Washington coasts. Within the MBNMS boundaries the Spring, late Fall and San Joaquin Fall runs are considered to have depressed populations.
CNPS: California Native Plant Society
1B: Rare, threatened or endangered in California and elsewhere
4: Limited distribution, which may lead to species becoming rare, threatened or endangered
|Status Codes||Occurrence in County
x (yes); - (no); blank(information not available)
|Common Name||Scientific Name |
|State Status||Federal Status||Other||Marin County||San Mateo County||Santa Cruz County||Monterey County||San Luis Obispo County|
|Hearst's ceanothus (coastal bluffs)||Ceanothus hearstiorum||Rare||Category 2||CNPS 1B||x|
|Maritime ceanothus (coastal hills)||Ceanothus maritimus||Rare||Category 2||CNPS 1B||x|
|Gowen cypress (coastal bluffs)||Cupressus govenia ssp govenia||None||Category 2||CNPS 1B||x|
|Monterey cypress (coastal bluffs)||Cupressus macrocarpa||None||Category 2||CNPS 1B||x|
|Monterey pine (coastal bluffs)||Pinus radiata||None||Category 2||CNPS 1B||x|
|Little sur manzanita (coastal bluffs)||Arctostaphylos edmundsii||Rare||Category 2||CNPS 1B||x|
|Pacific Grove clover (coastal bluffs)||Trifolium variegatum (=T. polyodon)||Rare||Category 1||CNPS 1B||x|
|Compact cobwebby thistle (coastal bluffs)||Cirsium occidentale var compactum||None||Category 2||CNPS 1B|
|Kellogg's horkelia (coastal hills)||Horkelia cuneata ssp. sericea||None||Category 2||CNPS 1B|
|MacKenzies' cave amphipod (beach caves)||Stygobromus mackenziei||None||Category 2||x|
|Black swift (coastal bluffs)||Cypseloides niger (nesting)||CSC||None||x|
Other Codes:FR: Farallone islands
AN: Ano Nuevo island
ST: Seasonal Transient
SR: Seasonal Resident
YR: Year Round
For more information on the distribution and status of these and other species contact the California Department of Fish and Game for their Natural Diversity Data Base