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Bee-Crossed Lovers and a Forbidden Castilleja Romance: Cross-breeding between C. hispida and endangered C. levisecta in prairie restoration sites
Castilleja levisecta (golden paintbrush) is one of Washington’s characteristic endangered species, restricted to the Pacific Northwest’s disappearing prairies. To establish new populations, C. levisecta was seeded into restoration plots with other […]
Opinion Article Published in Restoration Ecology: Natural areas are often managed for the protection of native species and ecosystems. The presence of non-native species is generally perceived to run counter to these […]
Published in the Natural Areas Journal: Rare species recovery presents several challenges for conservation managers, particularly when listed species interact with one another. We present a case study involving two such species: […]
Washington’s State Wildlife Action Plan (SWAP) is a comprehensive plan for conserving the state’s fish and wildlife and the natural habitats on which they depend. It is part of a nationwide […]
Captive rearing and translocation of Taylor’s checkerspot butterfly (Euphydryas editha taylori): South Puget Sound, Washington, 2012-2013.
In 2012, two new sites in South Puget Sound were selected for reintroduction of Taylor’s checkerspot: Pacemaker (PCM) and Glacial Heritage Preserve (GHP). Scatter Creek South (SCS; initiated in 2007) was […]
Development of captive rearing and translocation methods for Taylor’s checkerspot in south Puget Sound: 2009-2010 and an update for 2010-2011. 2010 ACUB Project Progress Report.
The goal of this project is to establish new populations Taylor’s checkerspot in south Puget Sound to stem their declining status and move toward recovery. Funding was awarded to support ongoing […]
Development of captive rearing and translocation methods for Taylor’s checkerspot in south Puget Sound.
Rapid extinction of several Taylor’s checkerspot populations in south Puget Sound in the late 1990s illustrated the need for a proactive approach to recovery. Habitat restoration is proceeding on several sites. […]
The goal of this project is to establish new populations Taylor’s checkerspot in south Puget Sound and reduce the likelihood of extinction. Funding was awarded to support captive rearing and reintroduction […]
In 2012, we selected two new sites, Pacemaker (PCM) and Glacial Heritage Preserve (GHP), for reintroduction from a suite of historic and potential sites within the known range of Taylor’s checkerspot […]
Taylor’s checkerspot (Euphydryas editha taylori) Captive Rearing and Reintroduction: South Puget Sound, Washington, 2014-2015
Postdiapause larval Taylor’s checkerspots were released at two existing reintroduction sites in 2015: Training Area 7 South (TA7S; initiated 2014)) and Glacial Heritage Preserve (GHP; initiated in 2012). Monitoring for […]