Developing biogeographically based population introduction protocols for at-risk Willamette Valley plant species

The following species are presented in alphabetical order: Agrostis howellii (Howell’s bentgrass), Aster curtus (white-topped aster), Aster vialis (wayside aster), Delphinium leucophaeum (hot rock larkspur), Delphinium pavonaceaum (peacock larkspur), Erigeron decumbens var. decumbens (Willamette daisy), Horkelia congesta ssp. congesta (shaggy horkelia), Lomatium bradshawii (Bradshaw’s desert parsley), Lupinus sulphureus ssp. kincaidii (Kincaid’s lupine), Montia howellii (Howell’s montia), Sidalcea sp. (Willamette Valley checkermallows). Each species’ section consists of segments covering Conservation Status, Range and Habitat, Species Description, Seed Production, Seed Germination, Vegetative Reproduction, Breeding System, Hybridization, Cultivation, Transplanting and Introduction Attempts, Population Monitoring, and Land Use Threats and other Limitations, followed by a final segment outlining a specific Population Introduction/Augmentation Strategy.