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Tag: Ocmulgee Skullcap

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  • A green and balck salamander on a rust colored log
    Information icon Green salamander. Photo © Alan Cressler.

    At-risk species

    The South Carolina Coastal Program is a partnership driven program that conserves and protects natural habitat for federally listed species by providing technical and financial assistance for numerous public and private partners. The South Carolina Coastal Program is focused on the coastal plain of South Carolina and a portion of Georgia and works in a variety of habitats, including wetlands, uplands, estuaries, and beaches.  Learn more...

Wildlife

  • A green plant with mint-like leaves and bright purple flowers.
    Information icon Ocmulgee skullcap. Photo © by Alan Cressler, used with permission.

    Ocmulgee skullcap

    Taxon: Plant Range: Georgia, South Carolina Status: Under review First described in 1898, the Ocmulgee skullcap is a rare herbaceous perennial plant found only in the Savannah River (Georgia and South Carolina) and Ocmulgee River (Georgia) watersheds. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service was petitioned to list the species in April 2010 and issued a 90-day finding that the petitioned action may be warranted in September 2011. The species is currently under review for possible listing under the Endangered Species Act (ESA).  Visit the species profile...

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