Otay Mountain Wilderness Area

Sensitive Species

 

Sensitive Plants

Common Name
Scientific Name
MSCP Covered Species
Status Federal

Status

State

Status

CNPS

On BLM Land
Mexican Flannelbush
Fremontodendron mexicanum
FE
CR
1B, 3-3-2
X
Willowy mondardella
Monardella linoides ssp. viminea
X
FE
CE
1B, 2-3-2
Otay tarplant*
Deinandra otayensis
X
FE
CT
1B, 3-3-2
San Diego thorn-mint
Acanthanomintha ilicifolia
X
FT
CE
1B, 2-3-2
Encinitas baccharis
Baccharis vanessae
X
FT
CE
1B, 2-3-3
X
Dunn's mariposa lily
Calochortus dunnii
X
None
CR
1B, 2-2-2
X
Gander's pitcher sage
Lepechinia ganderi
X
None
None
1B, 3-1-2
X
Lakeside ceanothus
Ceanothus cyaneus
X
None
None
1B, 3-2-2
X
Otay manzanita
Arctostaphylos otaytensis
X
None
None
1B, 3-2-3
X
Tecate cypress
Cupressus forbesii
X
None
None
1B, 3-2-2
X
Varigated dudleya
Dudleya varigata
X
None
None
1B, 2-2-2
X
Cleveland's golden star
Muilla clevelandii
X
None
None
1B, 2-3-2
Orcutt's brodiaea
Brodiaea orcuttii
X
None
None
1B, 1-3-2
X
Felt-leaved monardella
Monardella hypoleuca ssp. lanata
X
None
None
1B, 2-2-2
X
San Miguel savory
Satureja chandleri
X
None
None
1B, 2-2-2
X
San Diego barrel cactus
Ferocactus viridecens var. viridescens
X
None
None
2, 1-3-1
X
Otay ceanothus
Ceanothus otayensis
None
None
1B, 3-2-2
X
Otay lotus
Lotus crassifolius var. otayensis
None
None
1B, 3-3-2
X
San Diego marsh-elder
Iva hayesiana
None
None
2, 2-2-1
X
Cedros Island oak
Quercus cedrosensis
None
None
2, 3-2-1
X

*no data available

Status (Federal)

FE=Federally endangered

FT=Federally threatened

Status (State)

CE=State endangered

CR=State rare

None=No federal or state status

Status (California Native Plant Society - CNPS)

1B=List 1B: Plants rare, threatened, or endangered in California and elsewhere

2=List 2: Plants rare, threatened, or endangered in California, but more common elsewhere

CNPS R-E-D Code (Rarity-Endangermen-Distribution)

 

Sensitive Wildlife

Common Name Scientific Name
MSCP Covered Species
Status Federal

Status

State

On BLM Land

Habitat

Type

Quino checkerspot butterfly
Euphydryas editha quino
FE
None
X
coastal sage scrub/corridor
Least Bell's vireo
Vireo bellii pulsillus
X
FE
CE
riparian
Arroyo toad
Bufo californicus
X
FE
SSC
riparian
California gnatcatcher
Poliaptila californica
X
FT
SSC
X
coastal sage scrub/corridor
Southern California rufus-crowned sparrow
Aimophila ruficeps canescens
X
None
SSC
X
coastal sage scrub
Coastal cactus wren
Campylorhynchus brunneicapillus couesi
X
None
SSC
coastal sage scrub/corridor
Burrowing owl
Athene cunicularia
X
None
SSC
grassland
San Diego horned lizard
Phrynosoma coronatum blainvillii
X
None
SSC
X
coastal sage scrub
Orange-throated whiptail
Cnemidophorus hyperythrus beldingi
X
None
SSC
X
coastal sage scrub
Coastal western whiptail
Cnemidophorus tigris multiscutatus
X
None
None
coastal sage scrub
Two-striped garter snake
Thamnophis hammondii
None
SSC
riparian
Thorne's hairstreak butterfly
Mitoura thornei
X
None
None
X
mixed conifer (Cypress)
Cooper's hawk
None
X
None
SSC
grassland
Grasshopper sparrow
Ammordramus savannarum
X
None
None
X
grassland
Golden eagle
Aquila chrysactos
X
None
SSC
X
grassland
Northern harrier
Circus cyaneus
X
None
SSC
grassland
Mule deer
Odocoileus hemionus fuliginata
X
None
None
X
corridor
Mountain lion
Puma concolor
X
None
Protected
corridor

FE=Federally endangered

FT=Federlly threatened

CE=State endangered

SSC=State species of special concern

None=No federal or state status

Protected=Moratorium on hunting

 

Source:

Mock, P.J. (2002). Biological monitoring plan for the Otay/Kuchamaa cooperative planning area (Project Report No. 58-F0161104.01 02000, U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management, Palm Springs - South Coast Field Offic). San Diego, CA: URS.