george mira 
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Re: “Will the Lassics Lupine Survive?

Matthew - Serpentine soils are its exclusive home. It's only been identified on two mt slopes west of Ruth Lake.

Please do contact the biologists at the Arcata Field Office of USFWS with all specifics you might have, because there have been less than 400 plants identified by the team (which has been working with the plant for up to 15 years), only on the two mentioned slopes.

This is a good snowpack year, and previously the biologists had caged some individuals, finding that seed-eating rodents are a factor right now, because of forest succession bringing habitat closer to the few remaining plants.

Glenn,, there's no record of nurseries either saving or offering them. California Native Plant Society would be your first contact outside of the Field Office. Here's an old article on who's been on the project:
https://www.fws.gov/fieldnotes/regmap.cfm?arskey=34040

Posted by george mira on 06/11/2017 at 10:46 AM

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