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Siskiyou Mountains Salamander

Siskiyou Mountains salamander (Plethodon stormi) is endemic to northern Siskiyou County, California, and southern Jackson Country, Oregon. 

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Botanical Treasures of the KS

The Klamath-Siskiyou is a treasure trove of various ecosystems such as fire-dependent oak savannas, redwood forests, and clear rivers lined with azaleas, rhododendron and manzanita. Serpentine soils support scores of rare plant species, native bunch grasses, Jeffrey pine savannas and unique wetlands, known as serpentine fens.

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California Pitcher Plant

The California pitcher plant, or Cobra Lily, (Darlingtonia californica), is a rare carnivorous plant of serpentine wetland communities

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Kalmiopsis leachiana

Kalmiopsis leachiana, a plant discovered in 1930 by Lilla Leech in the Gold Basin area, is a relic of the pre-ice age and the oldest known member of the Heath (Ericaceae) Family.

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Gentner's Fritillary

Gentner’s fritillary (Fritillaria gentneri) is a red-flowering herb that is part of the Liliaceae or lily family. 

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Pacific lamprey

Pacific lamprey (Lampetra tridentata) is a parasitic eel-like species that has no true jaw, bones or fins. 

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Yreka Phlox

Yreka phlox (Phlox hirsuta) is a perennial subshrub in the Phlox or Polemoniaceae family that is endemic to Siskiyou County, California. 

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Mount Ashland Lupine

Mount Ashland Lupine is endemic to Mount Ashland, and is found in open areas above 6800 feet on the south and west slopes and near the mountain's summit.

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Siskiyou Mariposa Lily

Siskiyou mariposa (Calochortus persistens) lily is a pink flowering perennial herb that is endemic to Bald Mountain near Ashland, Oregon, and Gunsight Peak and Diggles Gulch in Siskiyou County, California. 

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Botanical Treasures of the KS

The Klamath-Siskiyou is a treasure trove of various ecosystems such as fire-dependent oak savannas, redwood forests, and clear rivers lined with azaleas, rhododendron and manzanita. Serpentine soils support scores of rare plant species, native bunch grasses, Jeffrey pine savannas and unique wetlands, known as serpentine fens.

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