Covered Species Stack - The Combined Distribution of 37 Covered Species (4km Reporting Units), DRECP

Aug 11, 2014 (Last modified Oct 9, 2014)
Covered Species Stack: the combined distribution of 37 covered species within the DRECP study area.

This dataset was created on 08/06/2014 and serves as a replacement to the previous version created on 10/11/2013.

This version was created using the most recent covered species distributions as of 8/06/2014.

15 species have been removed from the previous version:

1. Arroyo toad
2. Bell's vireo (ssp. Arizona Bell's vireo)
3. Elf owl
4. California Vole (ssp. Mojave River vole)
5. Desert Kit Fox
6. Mule deer
7. Bare-stem larkspur
8. Cushion buckwheat
9. Flat-seeded spurge
10. Lane Mountain milk-vetch
11. Munz's cholla
12. Palmer's jackass clover
13. Parish's alkali grass
14. Parish's phacelia
15. White-margined beardtongue

Each 4km reporting unit indicates the number of species within the reporting unit, as well as information on the species that occur within that reporting unit. Results are based on DRECP species model outputs from multiple sources.

For display purposes, class breaks were set at intervals of 1/2 standard deviations from the mean. The mean number of species within each reporting unit is approximately 8.

The following species are included in this species stack:

Alkali mariposa-lily (Calochortus striatus)
Barstow woolly sunflower (Eriophyllum mohavense)
Beavertail Cactus (var. Bakersfield cactus) (Opuntia basilaris var treleasei)
Bell's vireo (ssp. Least Bell's vireo) (Vireo bellii pusillus)
Bendire's thrasher (Toxostoma bendirei)
Bighorn sheep (Ovis canadensis)
Black rail (ssp. California black rail) (Laterallus jamaicensis coturniculus)
Burrowing owl (Athene cunicularia)
California condor (Gymnogyps californianus)
California leaf-nosed bat (Macrotus californicus)
Couch's spadefoot toad (Scaphiopus couchii)
Desert cymopterus (Cymopterus deserticola)
Desert pupfish (Cyprinodon macularius)
Desert tortoise (Gopherus agassizii)
Flat-tailed horned lizard (Phrynosoma mcallii)
Gila woodpecker (Melanerpes uropygialis)
Golden eagle (Aquila chrysaetos)
Little San Bernardino Mtns. Linanthus (Linanthus maculatus)
Mohave ground squirrel (Spermophilus [Xerospermophilus] mohavensis)
Mojave fringe-toed lizard (Uma scoparia)
Mojave monkeyflower (Mimulus mohavensis)
Mojave tarplant (Deinandra mohavensis)
Mountain plover (Charadrius montanus)
Owens pupfish (Cyprinodon radiosus)
Owens tui chub (Siphateles bicolor snyderi)
Owens Valley checkerbloom (Sidalcea covillei)
Pallid bat (Antrozous pallidus)
Parish's daisy (Erigeron parishii)
Sandhill Crane (Greater sandhill crane) (Grus canadensis tabida)
Swainson's Hawk (Buteo swainsoni)
Tehachapi slender salamander (Batrachoseps stebbinsi)
Townsend's big-eared bat (Corynorhinus townsendii)
Tricolored blackbird (Agelaius tricolor)
Triple-ribbed milk-vetch (Astragalus tricarinatus)
Willow flycatcher (ssp. Southwestern willow flycatcher) (Empidonax traillii extimus)
Yellow-billed cuckoo (ssp. Western yellow-billed cuckoo) (Coccyzus americanus occidentalis)
Yuma clapper rail (Rallus longirostris yumanensis)

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