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Missouri bladderpod

(Lesquerella filiformis)

 

Missouri bladderpod

Photo by Missouri Department of Conservation; Jim Rathert

 

Status: Threatened

first listed as Endangered on January 8, 1987

Reclassified to threatened Oct. 15, 2003

 

Habitat: Open glades in shallow limestone soils

 

Lead Region: 3

 

Region 3 Lead Office: ColumbiaES, Missouri Field Office

 

Range: Missouri

 

Natural History, Ecology, and Regulatory Information

Federal Register Final Rule: Technical Corrections for Three Midwest Region Plant Species (Sept. 14, 2010) - - includes Missouri bladderpod

 

Fact sheet


Species Profile - links to the National USFWS website

 

We're Glad to Have Glades (pdf) -an article in the Endangered Species Technical Bulletin

 
Recovery

Missouri Bladderpod 5-Year Review (2008)

Missouri Bladderpod - Recovery on the Horizon

 

Reclassifiction from Endangered to Threatened

News Release (October 15, 2003) - Rare Plant Rebounds; U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Downlists Status of Missouri Bladderpod from Endangered to Threatened html - pdf

 

Federal Register Notice (pdf) - Reclassification of Lesquerella filiformis (Missouri Bladderpod) From Endangered to Threatened

 

Fact Sheet - Questions and Answers About the Reclassification of the Missouri Bladderpod from Endangered to Threatened html - pdf

 


Plants

Midwest Endangered Species

 

Last updated: November 25, 2014