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

Coast Range fawnlily growing with salal.
Erythronium elegans, Coast Range fawnlily, growing with salal (Gaultheria shallon). Photo by Marty Stein.

Coast Range fawnlilies.
Seed is stored from three populations of this species in the Berry Botanic Garden's cryogenic seed bank in Portland, Oregon. Photo by Marty Stein.

Coast Range fawnlily habitat.
Erythronium elegans, Coast Range fawnlily habitat. Photo by Marty Stein.

Coast Range fawnlily habitat.
Although Erythronium elegans is known from only a handful of localities, all in the northern Coast Range of Oregon, it occupies a wide variety of habitats: from bare soil to completely vegetated ground; in full sun or deep shade; on dry shale road cuts and saturated Sphagnum moss. Photo by Marty Stein.

Erythronium elegans range map.
Erythronium elegans range map.

Erythronium elegans, Coast Range fawnlily

Threats

  • Not yet assessed by NatureServe

Conservation Status

National Forest and Grassland Occurrence

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