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Protected Plants for scientific name = trillium
Jurisdiction = Federal and State
22 records returned

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United States USFWS Endangered Species Program. 2014. All plants (January 2014). US Fish and Wildlife Service, Washington, DC.
Florida Coile, N.C., and M.A. Garland. 2003. Notes on Florida's endangered and threatened plants (29 January 2005). Florida Department of Agriculture & Consumer Services, Division of Plant Industry, Florida.
Georgia Wildlife Resources Division, Nongame Wildlifeand Natural Heritage Section. 2001. Protected plants of Georgia (20 October 2002). Georgia Department of Natural Resources, Georgia.
Illinois Endangered Species Protection Board. 1999. Endangered and threatened species list (20 October 2002). Illinois Department of Natural Resources, Illinois.
Indiana Division of Nature Preserves. 2002. Endangered, threatened, and rare vascular plant species documented from Indiana (20 October 2002). Indiana Department of Natural Resources, Indiana.
Kentucky Kentucky State Nature Preserves Commission. 2000. Endangered, threatened, and special concern species (20 October 2002). Kentucky State Nature Preserves Commission, Kentucky.
Maine Maine Natural Areas Program. 1999. Maine's rare, threatened, and endangered plants (20 October 2002). Maine Department of Conservation, Maine.
Maryland Maryland Natural Heritage Program. 1997. Rare, threatened and endangered plants of Maryland (20 October 2002). Maryland Department of Natural Resources, Maryland.
Michigan Michigan Natural Features Inventory. 1999. Michigan's special plants (20 October 2002). Michigan Department of Natural Resources, Michigan.
New York Department of Environmental Conservation. 2000. Protected native plants (20 October 2002). Division of Land and Forests, New York.
North Carolina Plant Industry Division. 1998. List of North Carolina's endangered, threatened, and special concern plant species (20 October 2002). North Carolina Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, North Carolina.
Ohio Division of Natural Areas and Preserves. 2001. Rare native Ohio plants, 2000-2001 status list (20 October 2002). Ohio Department of Natural Resources, Ohio.
Pennsylvania Thompson, S.A. 1997. Vascular plants: review of status in Pennsylvania (20 October 2002). Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, Pennsylvania.
Rhode Island Enser, R.W. 2002. Rare native plants of Rhode Island (20 October 2002). Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management, Rhode Island.
Tennessee Tennessee Natural Heritage Program. 2002. Rare plant list (20 October 2002). Department of Environment and Conservation, Tennessee.
Washington Washington Natural Heritage Program. 2002. Endangered, threatened and sensitive vascular plants of Washington (20 October 2002). Washington State Department of Natural Resources, Washington.
Wisconsin Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources. 2002. The working list: rare vascular plants (29 January 2006). Bureau of Endangered Resources, Wisconsin.

Symbol Scientific Name Common Name Federal Protected Status State Protected Status
TRALP Trillium albidum J.D. Freeman ssp. parviflorum (Soukup) K.L. Chambers & S.C. Meyers smallflower wakerobin
TRPA11 Trillium parviflorum Soukup smallflower wakerobin WA (S)
TRCE Trillium cernuum L. whip-poor-will flower IL (E), NY (EV), OH (PRX)
TRCEM Trillium cernuum L. var. macranthum Eames & Wiegand IN (E)
TRDE3 Trillium decumbens Harbison trailing wakerobin TN (E)
TRDI5 Trillium discolor Wray ex Hook. mottled wakerobin NC (T)
TRER3 Trillium erectum L. red trillium IL (E), NY (EV), RI (T)
TRFL6 Trillium flexipes Raf. nodding wakerobin MD (E), NY (E)
TRGR4 Trillium grandiflorum (Michx.) Salisb. white trillium ME (E), NY (EV)
TRLA15 Trillium lancifolium Raf. lanceleaf wakerobin FL (E), TN (E)
TRNI2 Trillium nivale Riddell snow trillium KY (E), MD (E), MI (T), PA (R), WI (T)
TRPE7 Trillium persistens Duncan persistent wakerobin E GA (E)
TRPU3 Trillium pusillum Michx. dwarf wakerobin NC (E)
TRPUO Trillium pusillum Michx. var. ozarkanum (Palmer & Steyerm.) Steyerm. Ozark wakerobin KY (E), TN (E)
TRPUP2 Trillium pusillum Michx. var. pusillum dwarf wakerobin KY (E), TN (E)
TRPUV Trillium pusillum Michx. var. virginianum Fernald Virginia wakerobin MD (T)
TRRE5 Trillium recurvatum Beck bloody butcher MI (T)
TRRE6 Trillium reliquum J.D. Freeman Confederate wakerobin E GA (E)
TRRU2 Trillium rugelii Rendle illscented wakerobin TN (E)
TRSE2 Trillium sessile L. toadshade MI (T), NY (E)
TRUN Trillium undulatum Willd. painted trillium KY (T), MI (E), NY (EV), OH (E)
TRVI4 Trillium viride Beck wood wakerobin IL (E), MI (PREX)
 
†CodeProtected Status
EEndangered
EVExploitably Vulnerable
PRXPresumed Extirpated
PREXProbably Extirpated
RRare
SSensitive
TThreatened
 

 

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