Threatened, Endangered, and Proposed (TEP) Plant Profile

Arabis serotina in flower.
Arabis serotina. Photo by Paul J. Harmon.

Arabis serotina habitat.
Arabis serotina habitat. Photo by Paul J. Harmon.

Arabis serotina range map.
Arabis serotina range map.

Arabis serotina, shale barren rock-cress

ESA Status

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  • Habitat loss and degradation from construction of roads, dams, and railroads
  • Plant damage or death from herbivory by deer, sheep, goats, and invertebrates
  • Localized environmental catastrophes such as fungal blight, drought, or insect Infestations, because of its small populations on specialized habitat
  • Reproductive failure caused by drought
  • Death of pollinators from pesticide treatment to kill gypsy moths
  • Over-collection by botanists

Conservation Status

National Forest and Grassland Occurrence

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