Federally listed as an endangered species of the United States.
It is federally listed endangered in the United States of America.
The five plant species that are state and federally listed are:
The plant was federally listed as threatened in 1987.
It was federally listed an endangered species of the United States in 1994.
There are desert tortoise, a state and federally listed threatened species, in the riding area.
It carries a threatened status in the state of Florida, but it is not federally listed.
The Oregon silverspot butterfly, federally listed as a threatened species, is known to only five other locations in the world.
In addition, the species has been federally listed as threatened since 1980.
The crystal skipper is not federally listed as threatened or endangered.