Status List

Introduction

The Rare Species Status List is the New York Natural Heritage Program's current assessment of the status of New York's rarest and most imperiled animal species. We have developed this list over the years in consultation with the Department of Environmental Conservation's Endangered Species and Nongame Units, NatureServe, researchers, conservation organizations, and knowledgeable amateur biologists. Population locations in our database are drawn from sources including museum specimens, personal contacts, and the scientific literature, and through extensive field research. This list is dynamic, meaning it changes as new discoveries are made or populations are lost.

Taxonomy and Nomenclature

Species typically have two sets of names: scientific and common. Scientific names follow standard nomenclatures specific to the different groups of animals. The scientific names of birds, for example, follow the standards set by the American Ornithologists' Union.

Common names are standardized in some cases, such as for birds, but are not as consistent across a species' geographic range as scientific names. Further, some species have not yet been given common names; in the list below, these species are flagged with general names, such as "A Bluet Damselfy" or "A Noctuid Moth".

State and Federal Listings

NY Natural Heritage tracks a selected subset of New York's animals. The species we track are chosen based on their degree of rarity or imperilment within the state, and as new information comes in, new species are sometimes added while others are discontinued. Information on the species and communities tracked by NY Natural Heritage are used for conservation, research, and regulatory purposes.

Many of the species tracked by NY Natural Heritage are listed as "endangered" or "threatened" under the state Environmental Conservation Law (E.C.L.). Listing is a legal process that is conducted by the state agency with authority over the species in question, and for animals confers important protection requirements. See the List Of Endangered, Threatened And Special Concern Fish and Wildlife Species Of New York State for all state-listed animals.

The DEC Division of Fish, Wildlife, and Marine Resources has jurisdiction over rare animal species listed as "endangered", "threatened", or "special concern" under E.C.L. §11-0535. Animals listed as endangered or threatened receive notable legal protection, as it is illegal to take or possess any of these species or their parts without a permit from DEC. Species of special concern warrant attention and consideration but current information does not justify listing them as either endangered or threatened.

A subset of the animal species listed under New York state law is also recognized under federal law. These species are so seriously imperiled across their entire range that they face the very real prospect of extinction. Species are listed as federally endangered or threatened by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service in consultation with state agencies and other experts, and the Service works closely with DEC on the protection of federally listed species in New York.

Ultimately, protection of New York's biodiversity lies with landowners and land managers regardless of state or federal listings. How private and public landowners manage their properties will determine what species and natural communities persist into the future. This situation is both a great opportunity and a serious challenge.

State legal listings are identified with the following codes:

E
endangered
T
threatened
SC
special concern

Federal legal listings are identified with the following codes:

E
listed endangered
T
listed threatened
C
candidate

Another state designation is Species of Greatest Conservation Need (SGCN), which was developed as part of the state's wildlife action plan. In the following list, SGCN are coded as follows:

Y
SGCN
Y-H
High-priority SGCN
P
Species of Potential Conservation Need

See the State Wildlife Action Plan (SWAP) for a list of the state's SGCN and definitions of the three categories.

Global and Subnational Conservation Status Ranks

NY Natural Heritage's statewide inventory efforts revolve around lists of rare species and all types of natural communities known to occur, or to have historically occurred, in the state. These lists are based on a variety of sources including museum collections, scientific literature, information from state and local government agencies, regional and local experts, and data from neighboring states.

Each rare species is assigned a rank based on its rarity, population trends, and threats. Like those in all state Natural Heritage Programs, NY Natural Heritage's ranking system assesses rarity at two geographic scales: global and state. The global rank (G-rank) reflects the status of a species or community throughout its range, whereas the subnational rank (S-rank) indicates its status within New York. Global ranks are maintained and updated by NatureServe, which coordinates the network of Natural Heritage programs. Both global and subnational ranks are usually based on the range of the species or community, the number of occurrences, the viability of the occurrences, and the vulnerability of the species or community around the globe or across the state. As new data become available, the ranks may be revised to reflect the most current information. Subspecific taxa are also assigned a taxon rank, which indicates the subspecies' rank throughout its range.

For the most part, global and subnational ranks follow a straightforward scale of 1 (rarest/most imperiled) to 5 (common/secure), as follows:

G1, S1
Critically Imperiled - Critically imperiled globally or in the state/province because of extreme rarity (often 5 or fewer occurrences) or because of some factor(s) such as very steep declines making it especially vulnerable to extinction or extirpation from the state/province.
G2, S2
Imperiled - Imperiled globally or in the state/province because of rarity due to very restricted range, very few populations (often 20 or fewer), steep declines, or other factors making it very vulnerable to global extinction or extirpation from the state/province.
G3, S3
Vulnerable - Vulnerable globally or in the state/province due to a restricted range, relatively few populations (often 80 or fewer), recent and widespread declines, or other factors making it vulnerable to extirpation.
G4, S4
Apparently Secure - Uncommon but not rare; some cause for long-term concern due to declines or other factors.
G5, S5
Secure - Common, widespread, and abundant globally or in the state/province.
G#G#, S#S#
Range Rank - A numeric range rank (e.g., S2S3) is used to indicate any range of uncertainty about the status of the species or community. Ranges cannot skip more than one rank (e.g., SU is used rather than S1S4).

There are some additional codes:

GX, SX
Presumed Extinct or Extirpated - Species is believed to be extinct in the wild (GX) or extirpated from the state/province (SX). Not located despite intensive searches of historical sites and other appropriate habitat, and virtually no likelihood that it will be rediscovered.
GH, SH
Possibly Extinct or Extirpated (Historical) - Species or community occurred historically in the state/province, and there is some possibility that it may be rediscovered. Its presence may not have been verified in the past 20-40 years. A species or community could become SH without such a 20-40-year delay if the only known occurrences in a the state/province were destroyed or if it had been extensively and unsuccessfully looked for. The SH rank is reserved for species for which some effort has been made to relocate occurrences, rather than simply using this status for all elements not known from verified extant occurrences.
GU, SU
Unrankable - Currently unrankable due to lack of information or due to substantially conflicting information about status or trends.
SNA
Not Applicable - A conservation status rank is not applicable because the species is not a suitable target for conservation activities.
SNR
Unranked - State/province conservation status not yet assessed.

Codes sometimes have qualifiers attached:

T1, T2, etc.
These ranks, which like global and subnational ranks run from 1 (most imperiled) to 5 (secure), are attached to global ranks to indicate the status of a subspecies or variety.
Q
Indicates that the species, subspecies, or variety is in taxonomic dispute.
?
Inexact or Uncertain - Denotes inexact or uncertain numeric rank. (The ? qualifies the character immediately preceding it in the S-rank).
N
Nonbreeding - Conservation status refers to the non-breeding population of the species.
B
Breeding - Conservation status refers to the breeding population of the species in the nation or state/province.

Examples of ranks.
Global State Example Explanation
G5 S2 Devil Crawfish Common rangewide (G5), imperiled in NY (S2)
G3 S2 Bog Turtle Uncommon rangewide (G3), imperiled in NY (S2)
G5 S1S2 Swamp Darter Common rangewide (G5), uncertain whether critically imperiled (S1) or imperiled (S2) in NY
G5 S1S3 Watercress Snail Common rangewide, uncertain whether critically imperiled (S1), imperiled (S2), or uncommon (S3) NY
GH SX Shortnose Cisco Historical rangewide (GH), extirpated from NY (SX)
GU SH Black Lordithon Rove Beetle Insufficient information for ranking the species' rangewide status (GU), historical in NY (SH)
G4 S1? Chain Fern Borer Moth Apparently secure rangewide (G4), appears to be critically imperiled in NY (S1) but more information is needed (?)
G1G2 S1 Dwarf Wedgemussel Somewhere between critically imperiled (G1) and imperiled (G2) rangewide, critically imperiled in NY (S1)
G3G4 S1S3 Bird Dropping Moth Uncertain whether uncommon (G3) or apparently secure (G4) rangewide, uncertain whether critically imperiled (S1), imperiled (S2), or uncommon (S3) in NY
G5T2 S1 Karner Blue Butterfly The species is secure (G5) but the subspecies is imperiled rangewide (T2), the subspecies is critically imperiled in NY (S1)
G4T2T4 SH The Consort Underwing The species is apparently secure (G4) but the subspecies is either imperiled (T2), uncommon (T3), or apparently secure (T4) rangewide, the subspecies is historical in NY (SH)
G1Q S1 Bogbean Buckmoth Critically imperiled rangewide (G1) but the species is in taxonomic dispute (Q), critically imperiled in NY (S1)
G5 S3B,S1N Least Bittern Common rangewide (G5), breeding populations (B) are uncommon in NY (S3) while non-breeding populations (N) are critically imperiled (S1) (in this case, overwintering birds)
G5 S2S3B,S2N Bald Eagle Common rangewide (G5), breeding populations (B) are either imperiled (S2) or uncommon (S3) in NY, while non-breeding birds (N) are imperiled in NY

Heritage-Tracked Species

NY Natural Heritage tracks all species listed as endangered and threatened. While we track many of the species listed as being of special concern, a subset of special concern species are currently not rare or imperiled enough to merit tracking at our precise scale. In addition, we track many species that are biologically rare and imperiled (nearly all S1 and S2 species, and some S3 species), but that have not gone through the review process necessary for state listing.

Our program keeps two lists of rare animal species: the Active Inventory List and the Watch List. Species on the Active Inventory List are ones we currently track in our database; for the most part these are the most rare or most imperiled species in the state. Species on the Watch List are those that could become imperiled enough in the future to warrant being actively inventoried, or are ones for which we do not have enough data to determine whether they should be actively inventoried. The lists are dynamic, as S-ranks change with unearthed historical information, field inventories reveal new populations or local extirpations, and state and federal listings are updated.

Further, we are assessing the conservation status of new species groups, such as many marine taxa and insect pollinators, through ongoing projects that will undoubtedly add species to our lists. NY Natural Heritage currently tracks 474 animal species (plus six animal assemblages, which are extraordinarily rare, diverse, or abundant aggregations of multiple animal species). The balance of species among taxonomic groups reflects both the degree of imperilment of various taxa and the level of available knowledge about different groups.

Active Inventory List Watch List
Mammals 17 12
Birds 53 48
Reptiles 15 9
Amphibians 6 4
Fish 59 50
Freshwater Snails 14 10
Freshwater Mussels 38 3
Other Non-insect Invertebrates 5 0
Dragonflies and Damselflies 65 34
Beetles 15 4
Butterflies and Skippers 29 5
Moths 123 29
Other Insects 35 0
Total 474 208

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Scientific name Primary common name Class Order Family Global conservation status rank State conservation status rank Federal protection State protection Species of greatest conservation need Track status code Has guide NatureServe Explorer
Sphinx luscitiosa Clemens' Sphinx Insecta
(Insects)
Lepidoptera
(Butterflies, Skippers, and Moths)
Sphingidae
(Sphinx or Hawk Moths)
G5 S1 Y No link
Agrotis stigmosa A Dart Moth Insecta
(Insects)
Lepidoptera
(Butterflies, Skippers, and Moths)
Noctuidae
(Owlet Moths)
G4 SU W No link
Promenetus umbilicatellus Umbilicate Sprite Gastropoda
(Gastropods)
Basommatophora Planorbidae G4 SNR No link
Dolophilodes distinctus A Caddisfly Insecta
(Insects)
Trichoptera
(Caddisflies)
Philopotamidae G5 SNR No link
Punctum minutissimum Small Spot Gastropoda
(Gastropods)
Stylommatophora Punctidae G5 SNR No link
Lasmigona complanata White Heelsplitter Bivalvia
(Bivalves)
Unionoida
(Freshwater Mussels)
Unionidae
(Unionid Mussels)
G5 SNA No link
Phanogomphus exilis Lancet Clubtail Insecta
(Insects)
Odonata
(Dragonflies and Damselflies)
Gomphidae
(Clubtails)
G5 S5 No link
Libellula quadrimaculata Four-spotted Skimmer Insecta
(Insects)
Odonata
(Dragonflies and Damselflies)
Libellulidae
(Skimmers)
G5 S5 No link
Chlosyne gorgone Gorgone Checkerspot Insecta
(Insects)
Lepidoptera
(Butterflies, Skippers, and Moths)
Nymphalidae
(Brushfooted Butterflies)
G5 S1 Yes (potential) Y No link
Lepidostoma pictile A Caddisfly Insecta
(Insects)
Trichoptera
(Caddisflies)
Lepidostomatidae G5 SNR No link
Lepidostoma griseum A Caddisfly Insecta
(Insects)
Trichoptera
(Caddisflies)
Lepidostomatidae G5 SNR No link
Catocala concumbens Sleepy Underwing or Pink Underwing Insecta
(Insects)
Lepidoptera
(Butterflies, Skippers, and Moths)
Erebidae G5 SNR No link
Triaenodes ignitus A Triaenode Caddisfly Insecta
(Insects)
Trichoptera
(Caddisflies)
Leptoceridae G5 SNR No link
Sturnus vulgaris European Starling Aves
(Birds)
Passeriformes
(Perching Birds)
Sturnidae G5 SNA No link
Hexagenia bilineata A Mayfly Insecta
(Insects)
Ephemeroptera
(Mayflies)
Ephemeridae
(latreille)
G5 SNR No link
Globicephala macrorhynchus Short-finned Pilot Whale Mammalia
(Mammals)
Cetacea
(Whales, Dolphins, and Porpoises)
Delphinidae G5 S4 No link
Celithemis verna Double-ringed Pennant Insecta
(Insects)
Odonata
(Dragonflies and Damselflies)
Libellulidae
(Skimmers)
G5 S1 Yes Y No link
Pseudosuccinea columella Mimic Lymnaea Gastropoda
(Gastropods)
Basommatophora Lymnaeidae G5 S5 No link
Xolotrema denotatum Velvet Wedge Gastropoda
(Gastropods)
Stylommatophora Polygyridae G5 SNR No link
Arion subfuscus Dusky Arion Gastropoda
(Gastropods)
Stylommatophora Arionidae G5 SNA No link
Sweltsa naica Insecta
(Insects)
Plecoptera
(Stoneflies)
Chloroperlidae G5 SNR No link
Culaea inconstans Brook Stickleback Actinopterygii
(Ray-finned Fishes)
Gasterosteiformes
(Pipefishes and Sticklebacks)
Gasterosteidae
(sticklebacks)
G5 S3 W No link
Argopecten irradians Bay Scallop Bivalvia
(Bivalves)
Ostreoida Pectinidae G5 SNR Yes (high priority) No link
Lithophane lepida Pale Pinion Insecta
(Insects)
Lepidoptera
(Butterflies, Skippers, and Moths)
Noctuidae
(Owlet Moths)
G4 SNR No link
Phyciodes batesii batesii Tawny Crescent Insecta
(Insects)
Lepidoptera
(Butterflies, Skippers, and Moths)
Nymphalidae
(Brushfooted Butterflies)
G3G4T1 SH Special Concern Y No link
Balaenoptera physalus Fin Whale Mammalia
(Mammals)
Cetacea
(Whales, Dolphins, and Porpoises)
Balaenopteridae G3G4 S1 Endangered Endangered Yes (high priority) Y No link
Catocala crataegi Hawthorn Underwing Insecta
(Insects)
Lepidoptera
(Butterflies, Skippers, and Moths)
Erebidae G5 SNR No link
Calopteryx amata Superb Jewelwing Insecta
(Insects)
Odonata
(Dragonflies and Damselflies)
Calopterygidae
(Broad-winged Damsels)
G5 S3 W No link
Catocala ultronia Ultronia Underwing Insecta
(Insects)
Lepidoptera
(Butterflies, Skippers, and Moths)
Erebidae G5 SNR No link
Caenis latipennis A Mayfly Insecta
(Insects)
Ephemeroptera
(Mayflies)
Caenidae G5 SNR No link
Ctenucha virginica Insecta
(Insects)
Lepidoptera
(Butterflies, Skippers, and Moths)
Erebidae G5 SNR No link
Calopteryx dimidiata Sparkling Jewelwing Insecta
(Insects)
Odonata
(Dragonflies and Damselflies)
Calopterygidae
(Broad-winged Damsels)
G5 SH Y No link
Pieris rapae Cabbage White Insecta
(Insects)
Lepidoptera
(Butterflies, Skippers, and Moths)
Pieridae
(Whites and Sulphurs)
G5 SNA No link
Danaus plexippus Monarch Insecta
(Insects)
Lepidoptera
(Butterflies, Skippers, and Moths)
Nymphalidae
(Brushfooted Butterflies)
G4 S5 Yes (potential) No link
Satyrium liparops Striped Hairstreak Insecta
(Insects)
Lepidoptera
(Butterflies, Skippers, and Moths)
Lycaenidae
(Blues, Coppers, Hairstreaks, Elfins)
G5 SNR No link
Plauditus virilis A Mayfly Insecta
(Insects)
Ephemeroptera
(Mayflies)
Baetidae G5 SNR No link
Libytheana carinenta American Snout Insecta
(Insects)
Lepidoptera
(Butterflies, Skippers, and Moths)
Nymphalidae
(Brushfooted Butterflies)
G5 SNA No link
Catharus guttatus Hermit Thrush Aves
(Birds)
Passeriformes
(Perching Birds)
Turdidae
(Thrushes)
G5 S5B Protected Bird No link
Papilio troilus Spicebush Swallowtail Insecta
(Insects)
Lepidoptera
(Butterflies, Skippers, and Moths)
Papilionidae G5 S5 No link
Glyphyalinia wheatleyi Bright Glyph Gastropoda
(Gastropods)
Stylommatophora Zonitidae G5 SNR No link
Peltoperla arcuata Appalachian Roachfly Insecta
(Insects)
Plecoptera
(Stoneflies)
Peltoperlidae G4 SNR No link
Eurylophella lutulenta A Mayfly Insecta
(Insects)
Ephemeroptera
(Mayflies)
Ephemerellidae G5 SNR No link
Paranemoura perfecta Insecta
(Insects)
Plecoptera
(Stoneflies)
Nemouridae G5 SNR No link
Helicodiscus shimeki Temperate Coil Gastropoda
(Gastropods)
Stylommatophora Helicodiscidae G4G5 SNR No link
Fusconaia ebena Ebonyshell Bivalvia
(Bivalves)
Unionoida
(Freshwater Mussels)
Unionidae
(Unionid Mussels)
G4G5 SNA No link
Goera stylata A Caddisfly Insecta
(Insects)
Trichoptera
(Caddisflies)
Goeridae G5 SNR No link
Orthotrichia aegerfasciella A Caddisfly Insecta
(Insects)
Trichoptera
(Caddisflies)
Hydroptilidae G5 SNR No link
Planorbella trivolvis Marsh Rams-horn Gastropoda
(Gastropods)
Basommatophora Planorbidae G5 S5 No link
Potamopyrgus antipodarum A Freshwater Gastropod Gastropoda
(Gastropods)
Littorinimorpha Tateidae G5 SNA No link
Heptagenia pulla A Mayfly Insecta
(Insects)
Ephemeroptera
(Mayflies)
Heptageniidae G5 SNR No link
Hydroptila blicklei Insecta
(Insects)
Trichoptera
(Caddisflies)
Hydroptilidae G1G2 SNR No link
Paraleptophlebia moerens A Mayfly Insecta
(Insects)
Ephemeroptera
(Mayflies)
Leptophlebiidae G4 SNR No link
Taeniopteryx burksi Eastern Willowfly Insecta
(Insects)
Plecoptera
(Stoneflies)
Taeniopterygidae G5 SNR No link
Nectopsyche candida A Caddisfly Insecta
(Insects)
Trichoptera
(Caddisflies)
Leptoceridae G5 SNR No link
Baetis intercalaris A Mayfly Insecta
(Insects)
Ephemeroptera
(Mayflies)
Baetidae G5 SNR No link
Sympetrum danae Black Meadowhawk Insecta
(Insects)
Odonata
(Dragonflies and Damselflies)
Libellulidae
(Skimmers)
G5 S1 Yes (potential) Y No link
Vertigo cristata Gastropoda
(Gastropods)
Stylommatophora Pupillidae G5 SNR No link
Battus philenor Pipevine Swallowtail Insecta
(Insects)
Lepidoptera
(Butterflies, Skippers, and Moths)
Papilionidae G5 SNA No link
Catocala coccinata Scarlet Underwing Insecta
(Insects)
Lepidoptera
(Butterflies, Skippers, and Moths)
Erebidae G5 SNR No link
Rhyacophila invaria A Caddisfly Insecta
(Insects)
Trichoptera
(Caddisflies)
Rhyacophilidae G5 SNR No link
Hypentelium nigricans Northern Hog Sucker Actinopterygii
(Ray-finned Fishes)
Cypriniformes
(Minnows and Suckers)
Catostomidae
(suckers)
G5 S5 No link
Leucorrhinia intacta Dot-tailed Whiteface Insecta
(Insects)
Odonata
(Dragonflies and Damselflies)
Libellulidae
(Skimmers)
G5 S5 No link
Potamilus alatus Pink Heelsplitter Bivalvia
(Bivalves)
Unionoida
(Freshwater Mussels)
Unionidae
(Unionid Mussels)
G5 S2 Yes Y No link
Cyprinus carpio Common Carp Actinopterygii
(Ray-finned Fishes)
Cypriniformes
(Minnows and Suckers)
Cyprinidae
(minnows and carps)
G5 SNA No link
Siphlonurus rapidus A Mayfly Insecta
(Insects)
Ephemeroptera
(Mayflies)
Siphlonuridae G4 SNR No link
Succinea wilsonii Gastropoda
(Gastropods)
Stylommatophora Succineidae G4 SNR No link
Gastrocopta holzingeri Gastropoda
(Gastropods)
Stylommatophora Pupillidae G5 SNR No link
Lanthus parvulus Northern Pygmy Clubtail Insecta
(Insects)
Odonata
(Dragonflies and Damselflies)
Gomphidae
(Clubtails)
G4G5 S3 W No link
Hagenius brevistylus Dragonhunter Insecta
(Insects)
Odonata
(Dragonflies and Damselflies)
Gomphidae
(Clubtails)
G5 S5 No link
Enallagma daeckii Attenuated Bluet Insecta
(Insects)
Odonata
(Dragonflies and Damselflies)
Coenagrionidae
(Pond Damsels)
G4 S1 Y No link
Halysidota harrisii Insecta
(Insects)
Lepidoptera
(Butterflies, Skippers, and Moths)
Erebidae G5 SNR No link
Ophiogomphus carolus Riffle Snaketail Insecta
(Insects)
Odonata
(Dragonflies and Damselflies)
Gomphidae
(Clubtails)
G5 S2S3 W No link
Procloeon ozburni A Mayfly Insecta
(Insects)
Ephemeroptera
(Mayflies)
Baetidae G2G4 SNR Yes (potential) Y No link
Brachymesia gravida Four-spotted Pennant Insecta
(Insects)
Odonata
(Dragonflies and Damselflies)
Libellulidae
(Skimmers)
G5 S1 Yes Y No link
Xylophanes tersa Tersa Sphinx Insecta
(Insects)
Lepidoptera
(Butterflies, Skippers, and Moths)
Sphingidae
(Sphinx or Hawk Moths)
G5 SNA No link
Rhyacophila torva A Caddisfly Insecta
(Insects)
Trichoptera
(Caddisflies)
Rhyacophilidae G5 SNR No link
Paragnetina immarginata Insecta
(Insects)
Plecoptera
(Stoneflies)
Perlidae G5 SNR No link
Epeorus punctatus A Mayfly Insecta
(Insects)
Ephemeroptera
(Mayflies)
Heptageniidae G4G5 SNR Yes Y No link
Neophylax ottawa Insecta
(Insects)
Trichoptera
(Caddisflies)
Uenoidae G1 SNR No link
Stenoporpia polygrammaria Faded Gray Geometer Insecta
(Insects)
Lepidoptera
(Butterflies, Skippers, and Moths)
Geometridae
(Loopers, Span Worms, Inch Worms, Geometer Moths)
GU S1 Y No link
Cipangopaludina japonica Japanese Mysterysnail Gastropoda
(Gastropods)
Architaenioglossa Viviparidae G5 SNA No link
Ventridens virginicus Split-tooth Dome Gastropoda
(Gastropods)
Stylommatophora Zonitidae G4 SNR No link
Polygonia progne Gray Comma Insecta
(Insects)
Lepidoptera
(Butterflies, Skippers, and Moths)
Nymphalidae
(Brushfooted Butterflies)
G5 S4 No link
Simpsonaias ambigua Salamander Mussel Bivalvia
(Bivalves)
Unionoida
(Freshwater Mussels)
Unionidae
(Unionid Mussels)
G1G2 S1 Proposed Endangered Y No link
Synanthedon castaneae Chestnut Clearwing Moth Insecta
(Insects)
Lepidoptera
(Butterflies, Skippers, and Moths)
Sesiidae G3G5 SH Y No link
Ceraclea maculata A Caddisfly Insecta
(Insects)
Trichoptera
(Caddisflies)
Leptoceridae G5 SNR No link
Poanes viator Broad-winged Skipper Insecta
(Insects)
Lepidoptera
(Butterflies, Skippers, and Moths)
Hesperiidae
(Skippers)
G5 SNR No link
Cicindela repanda Bronzed Tiger Beetle Insecta
(Insects)
Coleoptera
(Beetles, Weevils)
Carabidae
(Ground Beetles)
G5 S5 No link
Papaipema marginidens A Borer Moth Insecta
(Insects)
Lepidoptera
(Butterflies, Skippers, and Moths)
Noctuidae
(Owlet Moths)
G4 SH Y No link
Glossosoma intermedium Insecta
(Insects)
Trichoptera
(Caddisflies)
Glossosomatidae G5 SNR No link
Stactobiella martynovi Insecta
(Insects)
Trichoptera
(Caddisflies)
Hydroptilidae G4 SNR No link
Amphion floridensis Nessus Sphinx Moth Insecta
(Insects)
Lepidoptera
(Butterflies, Skippers, and Moths)
Sphingidae
(Sphinx or Hawk Moths)
G5 S4S5 No link
Abagrotis brunneipennis Yankee Dart Insecta
(Insects)
Lepidoptera
(Butterflies, Skippers, and Moths)
Noctuidae
(Owlet Moths)
G4 SNR No link
Leucorrhinia hudsonica Hudsonian Whiteface Insecta
(Insects)
Odonata
(Dragonflies and Damselflies)
Libellulidae
(Skimmers)
G5 S4 No link
Schinia florida Evening Primrose Moth Insecta
(Insects)
Lepidoptera
(Butterflies, Skippers, and Moths)
Noctuidae
(Owlet Moths)
G5 S4S5 No link
Catocala grynea Woody Underwing Insecta
(Insects)
Lepidoptera
(Butterflies, Skippers, and Moths)
Erebidae G5 SNR No link
Neotrichia collata A Caddisfly Insecta
(Insects)
Trichoptera
(Caddisflies)
Hydroptilidae G4G5 SNR No link
Enallagma exsulans Stream Bluet Insecta
(Insects)
Odonata
(Dragonflies and Damselflies)
Coenagrionidae
(Pond Damsels)
G5 S5 No link
Callibaetis pretiosus A Mayfly Insecta
(Insects)
Ephemeroptera
(Mayflies)
Baetidae G5 SNR No link
Melospiza georgiana Swamp Sparrow Aves
(Birds)
Passeriformes
(Perching Birds)
Passerellidae G5 S5B Protected Bird No link