Rare, Threatened, Sensitive Species

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Species in the list below have protective status with specific locality details below county withheld (e.g. decimal lat/long). Rare, threatened, or sensitive status are the typical causes for protection though species that are cherished by collectors or wild harvesters may also appear on the list.
Global Protections

Acanthaceae

Alismataceae

Amaranthaceae

Amaryllidaceae

Anacardiaceae

Apiaceae

Aquifoliaceae

Araceae

Araliaceae

Arecaceae

Aristolochiaceae

Asclepiadaceae

Asparagaceae

Aspleniaceae

Asteraceae

Balsaminaceae

Berberidaceae

Betulaceae

Boraginaceae

Brassicaceae

Burmanniaceae

Buxaceae

Campanulaceae

Cannaceae

Caprifoliaceae

Caryophyllaceae

Celastraceae

Chrysobalanaceae

Cistaceae

Commelinaceae

Convolvulaceae

Cornaceae

Crassulaceae

Cucurbitaceae

Cupressaceae

Cuscutaceae

Cyperaceae

Cyrillaceae

Diapensiaceae

Droseraceae

Dryopteridaceae

Ericaceae

Eriocaulaceae

Euphorbiaceae

Fabaceae

Fagaceae

Fumariaceae

Gentianaceae

Grossulariaceae

Haloragaceae

Hamamelidaceae

Hydrangeaceae

Hydrocharitaceae

Hydroleaceae

Hymenophyllaceae

Hypericaceae

Iridaceae

Isoetaceae

Juglandaceae

Juncaceae

Lamiaceae

Lauraceae

Lentibulariaceae

Liliaceae

Lycopodiaceae

Lygodiaceae

Magnoliaceae

Marantaceae

Melanthiaceae

Melastomataceae

Menispermaceae

Monotropaceae

Myricaceae

Nartheciaceae

Nyssaceae

Oleaceae

Onagraceae

Ophioglossaceae

Orchidaceae

Orobanchaceae

Plantaginaceae

Poaceae

Polemoniaceae

Polygalaceae

Pontederiaceae

Portulacaceae

Potamogetonaceae

Primulaceae

Psilotaceae

Pteridaceae

Ranunculaceae

Rhamnaceae

Rosaceae

Rubiaceae

Santalaceae

Sapindaceae

Sapotaceae

Sarraceniaceae

Saxifragaceae

Schisandraceae

Smilacaceae

Styracaceae

Theaceae

Thelypteridaceae

Thymelaeaceae

Tofieldiaceae

Urticaceae

Verbenaceae

Violaceae

Xyridaceae

State/Province Level Protections
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