Critically Imperiled Plant Profile
(Not Listed or Proposed under the Endangered Species Act)

Aquilegia flavescens var. rubicunda, Link Trail columbine
Long-spurred columbine flowers are often pollinated by hummingbirds in the West. Photo by Bob Thompson.

Aquilegia flavescens var. rubicunda, Link Trail columbine
Aquilegia flavescens var. rubicunda, Link Trail columbine. Photo by Bob Thompson.

Aquilegia flavescens var. rubicunda, Link Trail columbine habitat
The seed pods of columbine are a kind of dry fruit known botanically as follicles. Photo by Teresa Prendusi.

Aquilegia flavescens var. rubicunda, Link Trail columbine habitat
Link Trail columbine grows in the mountains of central Utah, usually around seeps on sandstone. Photo by Teresa Prendusi.

Aquilegia flavescens var. rubicunda, Link Trail columbine range map.
Aquilegia flavescens var. rubicunda range map.

Aquilegia flavescens var. rubicunda, Link Trail columbine

Threats

  • NatureServe has not assessed threats yet

Conservation Status

National Forest and Grassland Occurrence

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