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Virginia Administrative Code

Chapter 320. Regulations for the Enforcement of the Endangered Plant and Insect Species Act

2VAC5-320-10. Listing of endangered and threatened plant and insect species.

A. The Board of Agriculture and Consumer Services hereby adopts the following regulation in order to protect designated plant and insect species that exist in this Commonwealth. All designated species are subject to all sections of the Virginia Endangered Plant and Insect Species Act (§ 3.2-1000 et seq. of the Code of Virginia).

B. The following plant and insect species are hereby declared an endangered species:

1. Boltonia montana, valley doll's-daisy.

2. Bombus affinis, rusty patch bumble bee.

3. Cardamine micranthera, small-anthered bittercress.

4. Carex juniperorum, juniper sedge.

5. Clematis addisonii, Addison's leatherflower.

6. Corallorhiza bentley, Bentley's coralroot.

7. Fimbristylis perpusilla, Harper's fimbristylis.

8. Helenium virginicum, Virginia sneezeweed.

9. Helonias bullata, swamp-pink.

10. Ilex collina, long-stalked holly.

11. Iliamna corei, Peter's Mountain mallow.

12. Isoetes virginica, Virginia quillwort.

13. Isotria medeoloides, small whorled pogonia.

14. Ludwigia ravenii, Raven's seedbox.

15. Neonympha mitchellii, Mitchell's satyr butterfly.

16. Phemeranthus piedmontanus, Piedmont fameflower.

17. Pseudanophthalmus holsingeri, Holsinger's cave beetle.

18. Pseudanophthalmus parvicollis, Hupp's Hill cave beetle.

19. Pseudanophthalmus thomasi, Thomas' cave beetle.

20. Ptilimnium nodosum, harperella.

21. Puto kosztarabi, Buffalo Mountain mealybug.

22. Scirpus ancistrochaetus, Northeastern bulrush.

23. Sigara depressa, Virginia Piedmont water boatman.

24. Spiraea virginiana, Virginia spiraea.

25. Trifolium calcaricum, running glade clover.

C. The following plant and insect species are hereby declared a threatened species:

1. Aeschynomene virginica, sensitive-joint vetch.

2. Amaranthus pumilus, seabeach amaranth.

3. Arabis serotina, shale barren rockcress.

4. Cicindela dorsalis dorsalis, Northeastern beach tiger beetle.

5. Clematis viticaulis, Millboro leatherflower.

6. Echinacea laevigata, smooth coneflower.

7. Houstonia purpurea var. montana, Roan Mountain bluet.

8. Juncus caesariensis, New Jersey rush.

9. Nuphar sagittifolia, narrow-leaved spatterdock.

10. Paxistima canbyi, Canby's mountain-lover.

11. Phlox buckleyi, sword-leaf phlox.

12. Platanthera leucophaea, Eastern prairie fringed orchid.

13. Pycnanthemum torreyi, Torrey's mountain-mint.

14. Pyrgus wyandot, Appalachian grizzled skipper.

15. Rhus michauxii, Michaux's sumac.

16. Rudbeckia heliopsidis, sun-facing coneflower.

17. Scirpus flaccidifolius, reclining bulrush.

Statutory Authority

§§ 3.2-1002 and 3.2-1005 of the Code of Virginia.

Historical Notes

Derived from VR115-04-01 § 1, eff. February 21, 1985; amended, Virginia Register Volume 5, Issue 23, eff. September 14, 1989; Volume 20, Issue 10, eff. February 26, 2004; Volume 25, Issue 11, eff. March 4, 2009; Errata, 25:13 VA.R. 2565 March 2, 2009; amended, Virginia Register Volume 30, Issue 6, eff. December 18, 2013; Volume 36, Issue 24, eff. August 20, 2020.

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