Alkali Mariposa Lily
Alkali mariposa-lily (Calochortus striatus) is State listed as S2, Imperiled and has a California Rare Plan Rank of 1B.2, Rare, threatened, or endangered in California and elsewhere. Fairly endangered in California. Alkali mariposa-lily occurs in California and Nevada. Its distribution in California has been observed to occur from south Tulare and Inyo Counties south east into Los Angeles and San Bernardino Counties. Alkali mariposa-lily grows in alkali and mesic conditions, from 240 to 5,240 feet in elevation.
Alkali Mariposa Lily Modeled Habitat | Species Account
The Bakersfield Cactus (Opuntia basilaris var. treleasei) is a Federal and State listed endangered species and has a California Rare Plant Rank of 1B.1, Rare, threatened, or endangered in California and elsewhere. Seriously endangered in California. Bakersfield cactus can grow to be approximately 40 cm tall and flowers in March and April. Bakersfield cactus is endemic to Kern County, California. It occurs along the margins of the southern and southeastern San Joaquin Valley, primarily in the foothills near Bakersfield. Bakersfield cactus occurs in grasslands and open, grassy area in chenopod scrub and oak woodland.
Bakersfield Cactus Modeled Habitat | Species Account
San Joaquin Wooly Threads
San Joaquin Wholly threads (Monolopia congdonii) is federally listed as endangered and has a California Rare Plan Rank of 1B.2, Rare, threatened, or endangered in California and elsewhere, fairly endangered in California. San Joaquin woolly-threads is endemic to California. Its range includes the west side of the San Joaquin Valley from Fresno County to Kern County, the southern end of the San Joaquin Valley near Bakersfield, the Carrizo Plain in San Luis Obispo County, and the Cuyama Valley in Santa Barbara County. San Joaquin woolly-threads is an annual species associated with scrub and grassland habitat.
San Joaquin Wooly Threads Modeled Habitat | Species Account