Cladonia wainioi Savicz is designated as a Regional Forester Sensitive Species on the Superior National Forest in the Eastern Region of the Forest Service.
The purpose of this document is to provide the background information necessary to
prepare Conservation Approaches and a Conservation Strategy that will include
management actions to conserve the species.
This conservation assessment provides available information on Cladonia wainioi Savicz and its distribution, habitat, range, status, life history, and ecology.
Cladonia wainioi grows in boreal bogs and rocks in arctic regions ofNorth America
and eastern Asia. It is not listed on red lists in Europe. In the Great Lakes area
common habitat for this species is large rock outcrops. It is an R9 Sensitive Species
on Superior National Forest in Minnesota. Threats to Cladonia wainioi are damage to
the rocky areas where this grows by logging, roads, or trails.
Wetmore CM. R9 Species Conservation Assessment for Cladonia wainioi Savicz in The Upper Great Lakes National Forests. 2002:1-10.
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Wetmore, Clifford M..
R9 Species Conservation Assessment for Cladonia wainioi Savicz in The Upper Great Lakes National Forests.
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