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

Astragalus iselyi, Isely's milkvetch
Red stems and large white flowers distinguish this species of milkvetch. Photo by Duane Atwood.

Astragalus iselyi, Isely's milkvetch
Astragalus iselyi, Isely's milkvetch. Photo by Ben Franklin, courtesy of Utah Division of Wildlife Resources.

Astragalus iselyi, Isely's milkvetch habitat
Isely's milkvetch occurs only along the west slope of the La Sal Mountains in San Juan and Grand counties, Utah. Photo by Duane Atwood.

Astragalus iselyi, Isely's milkvetch range map.
Astragalus iselyi range map.

Astragalus iselyi, Isely's milkvetch

Threats

  • Grazing
  • Uranium mining
  • Recreation use, including Off-Road Vehicle activity

Conservation Status

National Forest and Grassland Occurrence

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