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The North Fork Gunnison 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)G4T1QS11
Lithobates pipiensNorthern Leopard FrogG5S31
Spea intermontanaGreat Basin SpadefootG5S32
  • Birds

State Scientific NameState Common NameGRankSRankCount
Melanerpes lewisLewis's WoodpeckerG4S42
  • Fish

State Scientific NameState Common NameGRankSRankCount
Oncorhynchus clarkii pleuriticusColorado River Cutthroat TroutG4T3S33
  • Natural Communities

State Scientific NameState Common NameGRankSRankCount
Alnus incana - Salix drummondiana ShrublandMontane Riparian ShrublandG3S32
Alnus incana / Cornus sericea ShrublandThinleaf Alder-Red-osier Dogwood Riparian ShrublandG3G4S31
Carex vesicaria Herbaceous VegetationMontane WetlandG4QS11
Glyceria borealis Herbaceous VegetationMontane Emergent WetlandG4S21
Picea pungens / Alnus incana WoodlandMontane Riparian ForestsG3S35
Populus angustifolia - Picea pungens / Alnus incana WoodlandMontane Riparian ForestsG3S35
Populus angustifolia / Alnus incana WoodlandMontane Riparian ForestG3S35
Populus angustifolia / Rhus trilobata WoodlandNarrowleaf Cottonwood/SkunkbrushG3S31
Populus deltoides ssp. wislizeni / Rhus trilobata WoodlandFremont's Cottonwood Riparian ForestsG2S31
Populus tremuloides / Alnus incana ForestMontane Riparian ForestsG3S31
  • Vascular Plants

State Scientific NameState Common NameGRankSRankCount
Epipactis giganteagiant helleborineG4S1S21
Eriophorum gracileslender cottongrassG5S1S21