Habitats of North Carolina
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General Coastal Plain Pine Forests and Woodlands
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Habitat Overview The presence of pines is a key habitat factor. This habitat strongly intersects with the General Pine Forests and Woodlands but is limited to the Coastal Plain. Sandy soils, acidic wetlands, and high frequencies of natural fires are all important associated features.

Determining Species are found in association with pine stands or mixed pine-hardwoods throughout the Coastal Plain.
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Determining Species
Taxa Global RankState RankProbability of Extirpation (PE)
FROGS
Hyla femoralis - Pine Woods Treefrog G5S50.00
Expected Number of Extirpations with a PE value (Sum of PE) = 0.0000
N = Number of Extant Species with a PE value = 0
Average PE = ENE/N = 0.0000
Number of S5 species = 1
Proportion of Secure Species = Number of S5 Species/N = 0.0000
Habitat Risk Index = ENE x (1 – PSS) = 0.0000

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Updated on 2021-05-02 01:08:29