Fish and Wildlife Service says 29 species may warrant protection under the Endangered Species Act: PLANTS: - Yellowstone Sand Verbena in Wyoming - Ross 'bentgrass in Wyoming - Hamilton milkvetch in Colorado and Utah - Isely milkvetch in Utah - Skiff milkvetch in Colorado - Precocious milkvetch in Wyoming - Cisco milkvetch in Utah - Schmoll milkvetch in Colorado - Fremont County rockcress in Wyoming. From Wordnik.com. [Gaea Times (by Simple Thoughts) Breaking News and incisive views 24/7] Reference
The park contains 500 taxa of vascular plants, of which at least 13 are endemic, including Olympic mountain milk-vetch Astraglaus austrlis var. olympicus, Piper's bellflower Campanula piperi, Olympic mountain daisy Erigeron flettii, rockmat Petrophytum hendersonii, Olympic butterweed Senecio neowebsteri and Flett's violet Viola flettii; and seven varieties: Piper's bellflower white form Campanula piperi v. soveregniana, magenta paintbrush Castilleja parviflora v. olympica, wallflower Erysimum arenicola v. arenicola, white coiled-beak lousewort Pedicularis bracteosa v. astrosanguinea, kittentails Synthris pinnatifida v. lanuginosa and Olympic rockcress Arabis furcata v. olympica. From Wordnik.com. [Olympic National Park, United States] Reference
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