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Endangered, threatened, extinct, endemic, and rare or restricted Utah vascular plants

@article{Welsh1975EndangeredTE,
  title={Endangered, threatened, extinct, endemic, and rare or restricted Utah vascular plants},
  author={Stanley L. Welsh and N. Duane Atwood and James Lauritz Reveal},
  journal={The Great Basin naturalist},
  year={1975},
  volume={35},
  pages={1}
}
— The status of 382 vascular plant taxa with distribution in Utah is presented. Some 66 species are possibly endangered, 198 threatened, 7 extinct, and 20 extirpated within the state; 4 species have questionable taxonomic status. Included in the list are nearly 225 species of endemic plants, many of which are among the possibly endangered, threatened, and extinct or extirpated plants. Bibliographic citations, type locality, status, and distribution by counties is included for each species or… Expand

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