Habitats of North Carolina
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Longleaf Pine Woodlands
Wet, Clayey, Fire-maintained Herblands
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General Description Composed of species that are highly restricted to frequently burned savannas located on beds of calcium-rich, wet, dense clays weathered from outcrops of coquina limestone in the Coastal Plain.

Abiotic Factors
Biotic Structure
Co-evolved Species Groups Phagic and Competitory Symbioses:
Eryngium yuccifolium var. synchaetum // Papaipema eryngii

Determining Species
Taxa Global RankState RankProbability of Extirpation (PE)
Allium species 1 - Savanna Onion G1G2S1S20.1284
Arnoglossum ovatum var. lanceolatum - Savanna Indian-plantain G4G5TNRS20.0460
Eryngium yuccifolium var. synchaetum - Southern Rattlesnake-master G5T5S20.0460
Parnassia caroliniana - Carolina Grass-of-Parnassus G3S20.0460
Plantago sparsiflora - Pineland Plantain G3S1S20.1284
Thalictrum cooleyi - Cooley's Meadow-rue G1S10.3584
Carex lutea - Golden Sedge G2S20.0460
Rhynchospora thornei - Thorne's Beaksedge G3S20.0460
Papaipema eryngii - Rattlesnake-master Borer G1G2SH0.00
Stethophyma celatum - Otte's Sedge Grasshopper G4S1S20.1284
Expected Number of Extirpations with a PE value (Sum of PE) = 0.8816
N = Number of Extant Species with a PE value = 7
Average PE = ENE/N = 0.1259
Number of S5 species = 0
Proportion of Secure Species = Number of S5 Species/N = 0.0000
Habitat Risk Index = ENE x (1 – PSS) = 0.8816

Estimated Risk to the Determining Species
Estimated Security of the Habitat
Index of Habitat Imperilment
Identified Risks
Observed Trends
Distribution Map
Major Conservation Reserves
Priority Areas for Surveys and Conservation Protection
Stewardship and Management Recommendations
Updated on 2022-01-01 00:35:21