There are 70 plant species that are administratively protected by the Oregon Department of Agriculture (ODA) in the State of Oregon (OAR 603-073) on all non-federal public lands. All federally listed plant species occurring in Oregon are automatically administratively protected by ODA.
Of Oregon's 70* protected species:
- 37 are listed as endangered
- 33 are listed as threatened
- Oregon also has 70 candidate species
*11 species have recently been listed but do not yet have Species Profiles. These include Astragalus lemmonii (T), Collomia renacta (E), Erigeron stanselliae (E), Gilia millefoliata (E), Lathyrus holochlorus (E), Lomatium ochocense (E), Meconella oregana (T), Monardella angustifolia (T), Navarretia willamettensis (E), Pinus albicaulis (T), and Sisyrinchium hitchcockii (E).
The most up-to-date list of Oregon's threatened, endangered, and candidate species can be downloaded here
Oregon's threatened, endangered, and candidate plants
The following list is sortable by clicking on any column header. Click on the common name to view a complete species profile PDF with images.
Listing status codes: T=Threatened, E=Endangered, C=Candidate
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