Acronymsabf anoxic biofilter aids acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome



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1 E=Endangered, T=Threatened, S/A=Similarity of Appearance, CH=Critical Habitat, C=Candidate

2 USFWS=U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, NMFS=National Marine Fisheries Service

3 Expressed as Likely, Possible, Not Likely

Sources: Chafin 2000, EnviroTools 1998, FGFC 1997, FCREPA a, b and c 1992, Hipes et al. 2000, Kale and Maehr 1990, Long and Lakela 1971, Nelson 1994, Nelson 1996, Scurlock 1987, USDA 2001, Wunderlin and Hansen 2000.




State-Listed Species with the Potential to Occur in Monroe County and along the Atlantic Coast and Gulf of Mexico

Common Name

Scientific Name

Status 1

Jurisdictional Agency 2

Habitat

Likelihood of occurrence in Florida Keys 3

TERRESTRIAL MAMMALS

southern mink, (South Florida population)

Mustela vison mink ( = M. v. evergladensis

T

FFWCC

Salt marsh, Freshwater marsh, Cypress swamp, Hardwood swamp

Not Likely

Key Largo woodrat

Neotoma floridana smalli

E

FFWCC

Tropical hardwood hammock

Likely

Key deer

Odocoileus virginianus clavium

E

FFWCC

Tropical hardwood hammock, Mesic temperate hammock, Pine rockland, Mesic pine flatwoods, Hydric pine flatwoods, Freshwater marsh, Mangrove, Saltmarsh

Likely

Lower Keys silver rice rat (= silver rice rat)

Oryzomys palustris natator (= O. argentatus)

E

FFWCC

Freshwater marsh, Mangrove, Saltmarsh

Likely

Key Largo cotton mouse

Peromyscus gossypinus allapaticola

E

FFWCC

Tropical hardwood hammock

Likely

Florida panther

Puma (= Felis) concolor coryi

E

FFWCC

High pine, Tropical hardwood hammock, Scrub, Maritime hammock, Mesic temperate hammock, Pine rockland, Scrubby flatwoods, Mesic pine flatwoods, Hydric pine flatwoods, Dry prairie, Wet prairie, Freshwater marsh, Seepage swamp, Pond swamp, Mangrove

Not Likely

mangrove fox squirrel

Sciurus niger avicennia

T

FFWCC

Pine flatwoods, Cypress swamp, Hardwood hammock

Not Likely

Lower Keys marsh rabbit

Sylvilagus palustris hefneri

E

FFWCC

Beach dune/Coastal strand, Freshwater marsh, Mangrove, Saltmarsh

Likely

Florida black bear

Ursus americana floridanus

T

FFWCC

High pine, Tropical hardwood hammock, Scrub, Maritime hammock, Mesic temperate hammock, Pine rockland, Scrubby flatwoods, Mesic pine flatwoods, Hydric pine flatwoods, Dry prairie, Wet prairie, Freshwater marsh, Seepage swamp, Pond swamp, Mangrove

Not likely

MARINE MAMMALS

West Indian manatee

Trichechus manatus

E

FFWCC

Mangrove, Seagrass, Nearshore reef

Likely

Sei whale

Balaenoptera borealis

E

FFWCC

Offshore marine

Not Likely

blue whale

Balaenoptera musculus

E

FFWCC

Offshore marine

Not Likely

finback whale

Balaenoptera physalus

E

FFWCC

Offshore marine

Not Likely

right whale

Eubalaena glacialis

E

FFWCC

Offshore marine

Not Likely

humpback whale

Megaptera novaeangliae

E

FFWCC

Offshore marine

Not Likely

sperm whale

Physeter macrocephalus

E

FFWCC

Offshore marine

Not Likely

FISH

Key silverside

Menidia conchorum

T

FFWCC

Isolated lagoons; shallow, protected waters

Likely

mangrove rivulus

Rivulus marmoratus

SSC

FFWCC

Land-crab burrows, mangrove forests, mosquito ditches

Likely

Key blenny

Starksia starcki

SSC

FFWCC

Surge channels between rows of coral

Likely

BIRDS

roseate spoonbill

Ajaia ajaja

SSC

FFWCC

Mangrove islands, Dredge spoil islands, Willow heads, Tidal flats and ponds, Coastal marshes, Freshwater sloughs and marshes

Likely

Cape Sable seaside sparrow

Ammodramus (=Ammospiza) maritimus mirabilis

E

FFWCC

Wet prairie, Freshwater marsh

Possible

limpkin

Aramus guarauna

SSC

FFWCC

Mangroves, Freshwater marsh, Swamps, Margins of ponds, lakes, and rivers, Sloughs, Impoundments

Possible

snowy plover

Charadrius alexandrinus

T

FFWCC

Beach dune/Coastal strand

Possible

piping plover

Charadrius melodus

T

FFWCC

Beach dune/Coastal strand, Nearshore reef

Likely

white-crowned pigeon

Columba leucocephala

T

FFWCC

Mangrove islands, Tropical hardwood hammock

Likely

Kirtland's warbler

Dendroica kirtlandii

E

USFWS

Upland pine, Mesic hammock, Rockland hammock, Xeric scrub

Not Likely

little blue heron

Egretta caerula

SSC

FFWCC

Shallow freshwater, brackish, and saltwater habitats

Likely

reddish egret

Egretta rufescens

SSC

FFWCC

Marine tidal flats and shorelines, Salt evaporation pools and lagoons, Coastal mangrove islands, Dredge spoil islands

Likely

snowy egret

Egretta thula

SSC

FFWCC

Permanently and seasonally flooded wetlands, Streams, Lakes, Swamps

Likely

tricolored heron

Egretta tricolor

SSC

FFWCC

Permanently and seasonally flooded wetlands, Mangrove swamps, Tidal creeks and ditches, Edges of ponds and lakes

Likely

white ibis

Eudocimus albus

SSC

FFWCC

Freshwater and brackish marshes, Salt flats, Saltmarsh, Forested wetlands, Wet prairies, Swales, Seasonally inundated fields and ditches

Likely

peregrine falcon

Falco peregrinus

E

FFWCC

Disturbed/Cultivated land, Freshwater marsh, Saltmarsh., Prairie, Ponds/Lakes, Streams/Rivers,

Swamp


Possible

southeastern American kestrel

Falco sparverius paulus

T

FFWCC

Open pine habitat, Woodland edges, Prairies, Pasture land

Possible

Florida sandhill crane

Grus canadensis pratensis

T

FFWCC

Prairies, Freshwater marsh, Pasture land

Not Likely

American oystercatcher

Haematopus palliatus

SSC

FFWCC

Beach dune/Coastal strand, Sandbars, Mudflats, Shellfish beds

Possible

bald eagle

Haliaeetus leucocephalus

T

FFWCC

High pine, Scrubby high pine, Maritime hammock, Mesic temperate hammock, Pine rockland, Scrubby flatwoods, Mesic pine flatwoods, Hydric pine flatwoods, Dry prairie, Wet prairie, Freshwater marsh, Seepage swamp, Flowing water swamp, Pond swamp, Mangrove, Saltmarsh, Seagrass

Possible

wood stork

Mycteria americana

E

FFWCC

Hydric pine flatwoods, Wet prairie, Freshwater marsh, Seepage swamp, Flowing water swamp, Pond swamp, Mangrove, Saltmarsh, Seagrass

Possible

osprey

Pandion haliaetus

SSC

FFWCC

Large lakes, Rivers, Coastal areas

Likely

brown pelican

Pelecanus occidentalis

SSC

FFWCC

Shallow estuarine waters, Sandbars, Sandspits, Mangrove islands

Likely

red-cockaded woodpecker

Picoides (= Dendrocopos) borealis

T

FFWCC

High pine, Mesic pine flatwoods, Hydric pine flatwoods

Not Likely

Audubon's crested caracara

Polyborus plancus audubonii

T

FFWCC

Mesic temperate hammock, Mesic pine flatwoods, Hydric pine flatwoods, Dry prairie, Wet prairie

Possible

Everglade snail kite

Rostrhamus sociabilis plumbeus

E

FFWCC

Hydric pine flatwoods, Freshwater marsh, Pond swamp

Not Likely

black skimmer

Rynchops niger

SSC

FFWCC

Coastal waters, Large lakes, Sandy beaches, Small islands, Dredge spoil islands

Likely

Florida burrowing owl

Speotyto(=Athene)cunicularia floridana

SSC

FFWCC

High, sparsely vegetated, sandy ground, Ruderal areas such as pastures, airports, parks, school grounds, road rights-of-way, and other vacant spaces

Likely

least tern

Sterna antillarum

T

FFWCC

Beach dune/Coastal strand

Likely

roseate tern

Sterna dougallii dougallii

T

FFWCC

Beach dune/Coastal strand, Saltmarsh, Seagrass, Nearshore reef

Likely

REPTILES

American alligator

Alligator mississippiensis

SSC

FFWCC

Hydric pine flatwoods, Wet Prairie, Freshwater marsh, Seepage swamp, Pond Swamp, Mangrove, Hydric pine flatwoods, Wet prairie, Seepage swamp, Flowing water swamp, Pond swamp

Likely

Atlantic loggerhead turtle

Caretta caretta

T

FFWCC

Beach dune/Coastal strand, Seagrass, Nearshore reef

Likely

Atlantic green turtle

Chelonia mydas mydas

E

FFWCC

Beach dune/Coastal strand, Seagrass, Nearshore reef

Likely

American crocodile

Crocodylus acutus

E

FFWCC

Mangrove, Coastal marsh

Likely

leatherback turtle

Dermochelys coriacea

E

FFWCC

Offshore marine

Possible

Big Pine Key ringneck snake

Diadophis punctatus acricus

T

FFWCC

Pine rockland, Tropical hardwood hammock

Likely

eastern indigo snake

Drymarchon corais couperi

T

FFWCC

High pine, Tropical hardwood hammock, Scrubby high pine, Beach dune/Coastal strand, Maritime hammock, Mesic temperate hammock, Pine rockland, Scrubby flatwoods, Mesic pine flatwoods, Hydric pine flatwoods, Dry prairie, Cutthroat grass, Freshwater marsh, Seepage swamp, Flowing water swamp, Pond swamp, Mangrove

Possible

red rat snake

Elaphe guttata

SSC 4

FFWCC

Pine, hardwood, mangrove forested habitats, Disturbed habitats

Likely

Atlantic hawksbill (=carey) turtle

Eretmochelys imbricata

E

FFWCC

Beach dune/Coastal strand, Seagrass, Nearshore reef

Likely

Florida Keys mole skink

Eumeces egregius egregius

SSC

FFWCC

Beach dune/Coastal strand, Coastal berm, Coastal scrub

Likely

gopher tortoise

Gopherus polyphemus

SSC

FFWCC

Sandhills, Scrub, Xeric oak hammock, Dry pine flatwoods, Pasture land, Oldfields, Road shoulders

Not Likely

Key mud turtle

Kinosternum bauri

E 4


FFWCC

Small, usually temporary freshwater to slightly brackish ponds and ditches

Likely

Kemp’s ridley turtle

Lepidochelys kempii

E

FFWCC

Marine coastal waters with sandy or muddy bottoms and shorelines of red mangrove

Possible

Lower Keys brown snake

Storeria dekayi victa

T 4


FFWCC

Pine rockland, Tropical hardwood hammock

Likely

Rim rock crowned snake

Tantilla oolitica

T

FFWCC

Tropical hardwood hammock, Pine rockland, Vacant lots, Pastures

Likely

Florida ribbon snake

Thamnophis sauritus sackenii

T 4


FFWCC

Mangrove, Spartina marsh, Freshwater depressions and ditches

Likely

INVERTEBRATES

pillar coral

Dendrogyra cylindris

E

FFWCC

Coral reef

Likely

Schaus' swallowtail butterfly

Heraclides ( = Papilio) aristodemus ponceanus

E

FFWCC

Tropical hardwood hammock

Likely


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