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The Upper Laramie Subbasin

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Tracked elements of biodiversity include animals, plants, and natural communities that are uncommon either globally or within the state of Colorado. The list below includes all wetland and riparian dependent elements found within the subbasin and the count of known occurrences.

  • Amphibians

State Scientific NameState Common NameGRankSRankCount
Anaxyrus boreas pop. 1Boreal Toad (Southern Rocky Mountain Population)G4T1QS14
Lithobates pipiensNorthern Leopard FrogG5S35
Lithobates sylvaticaWood FrogG5S318
  • Birds

State Scientific NameState Common NameGRankSRankCount
Grus canadensis tabidaGreater Sandhill CraneG5T5S2B,S4N2
Haliaeetus leucocephalusBald EagleG5S1B,S3N1
  • Natural Communities

State Scientific NameState Common NameGRankSRankCount
Glyceria borealis Herbaceous VegetationMontane Emergent WetlandG4S21
Salix geyeriana - Salix monticola / Calamagrostis canadensis ShrublandMontane Willow CarrsG3S210
Salix geyeriana / Calamagrostis canadensis ShrublandMontane Riparian Willow CarrG5S23
Salix geyeriana / Carex utriculata ShrublandGeyer's Willow/Beaked SedgeG5S23
Salix monticola / Mesic Graminoids ShrublandMontane Riparian Willow CarrG3S32
Schoenoplectus maritimus Herbaceous VegetationEmergent Wetland (Marsh)G4S22
  • Vascular Plants

State Scientific NameState Common NameGRankSRankCount
Carex diandralesser panicled sedgeG5S14
Carex lasiocarpaslender sedgeG5S14
Carex limosamud sedgeG5S24
Carex lividalivid sedgeG5S14
Listera borealisnorthern twaybladeG4S24
Listera convallarioidesBroad-leaved twaybladeG5S24
Salix candidahoary or silver willowG5S25
Sisyrinchium pallidumPale blue-eyed grassG3S24