Checklist

CHECKLIST OF ENDANGERED AND THREATENED
ANIMALS AND PLANTS OF ILLINOIS
Illinois Endangered Species Protection Board
The Board revises the list of protected species at least once every five years and completed its most recent revisions in 2009. The following list reflects those
2009 and subsequent 2010 revisions: This booklet contains a list of all species which have been designated as endangered or threatened by the Illinois
Endangered Species Protection Board. Species are listed alphabetically by scientific name. Species listed at the Federal level are indicated by asterisks -
** = Federally Endangered
* = Federally Threatened
CRITERIA FOR STATE LISTING
A species shall be included on the official list of endangered and threatened species when one or more of the following criteria exists: 1) Species included in the
Federal list of Endangered or Threatened Species, 2) Species proposed for Federal Endangered or Threatened Species which occur in Illinois, 3) Species which
formerly were widespread in Illinois but have been nearly extirpated from the State due to habitat destruction, collecting, or other pressures resulting from the
development of Illinois, 4) Species which exhibit very restricted geographic ranges of which Illinois is a part, 5) Species which exhibit restricted habitats or low
populations in Illinois, or 6) Species which are significant disjuncts in Illinois i.e., the Illinois population is far removed from the rest of the species' range.

DEFINITIONS:
FEDERALLY ENDANGERED SPECIES - Any species which is in danger of extinction throughout all or a significant portion of its range.
FEDERALLY THREATENED SPECIES - Any species which is likely to become an endangered species within the foreseeable future throughout all or a
significant portion of its range.
STATE ENDANGERED SPECIES - Any species which is in danger of extinction as a breeding species in Illinois.
STATE THREATENED SPECIES - Any breeding species which is likely to become a state endangered species within the foreseeable future in Illinois.
TAKE - In reference to animals and animal products, to harm, hunt, shoot, pursue, lure, wound, kill, destroy, harass, gig, spear, ensnare, trap, capture, collect, or
to attempt to engage in such conduct. In reference to plants and plant products, to collect, pick, cut, dig up, kill, destroy, bury, crush, or harm in any manner.
The Illinois Endangered Species Protection Act prohibits the possession, taking, transportation, sale, offer for sale, or disposal of any listed animal or products of
listed animals without a permit issued by the Department of Conservation. Also prohibited are the taking of listed plants without the expressed written
permission of the landowner and the sale or offer to sell plants or plant products of endangered species.
Citation: Illinois Endangered Species Protection Board. 2011. Checklist of Endangered and Threatened Animals and Plants of Illinois. Illinois Endangered
Species Protection Board, Springfield, Illinois. 18 pp.
AMPHIBIANS
19 Endangered, 12 Threatened
3 Endangered, 6 Threatened
Endangered
Endangered
Salamanders
Threatened
Salamanders
Frogs and Toads
Threatened
REPTILES
10 Endangered, 8 Threatened
25 Endangered, 5 Threatened
Endangered
Endangered
Threatened
Threatened
INVERTEBRATES
5 Endangered, 4 Threatened
43 Endangered, 12 Threatened
Endangered
Endangered
Threatened
Crustaceans
Scorpions
INVERTEBRATES
INVERTEBRATES
Endangered (continued)
Threatened (continued)
Dragonflies
Butterflies
Springtails
Stoneflies
Leafhoppers
Butterflies and Moths
Threatened
Dragonflies
Leafhoppers
251 Endangered, 81 Threatened
Endangered (continued)
Endangered
Alnus incana subsp. rugosa Carex inops subsp. heliophila Astragalus crassicarpus var. trichocalyx Cardamine pratensis var. palustris Carex canescens var. disjuncta Cypripedium parviflorum var. makasin Endangered (continued)
Endangered (continued)
Lonicera dioica var. glaucescens Hackelia deflexa var. americana Phlox pilosa subsp. sangamonensis Endangered (continued
Endangered (continued)
Platanthera flava var. flava Symphoricarpos albus var. albus Sambucus racemosa subsp. pubens Endangered (continued)
Threatened (continued)
Threatened
Liatris scariosa var. nieuwlandii Platanthera flava var. herbiola Salvia azurea subsp. pitcheri Threatened (continued
Illinois Endangered Species Protection Board

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