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Southeast Species of Greatest Conservation Need [Configure]
This set of species have been identified in State Wildlife Action Plans as Species of Greatest Conservation Need (GCN) for the Southeast region, which includes Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee. For more information about the origin of the GCN species list, please see the Southeast Rare Species and Ecological Communities page.

Instructions: Filter the Southeast GCN species list below using the Taxa Groups and/or the States. Click on a species name to open more information about that species.

Option 1. Select one taxonomic group. This action will filter the list to display all species from the chosen taxonomic group and from any state in the region.

Option 2. Select one or more state(s). This action will filter the list to display a subset of species common to all chosen states.

Option 3. Select one taxonomic group and any number of states. This action will filter the list to display a subset of species from the chosen taxonomic group and that are common to all chosen states.
Filter Species List By Taxa Group
Click on any taxa group to view associated species list.
Vertebrates
Amphibians: 99 (2.81%)
Birds: 240 (6.82%)
Fish: 801 (22.77%)
Mammals: 113 (3.21%)
Reptiles: 132 (3.75%)
Invertebrates
Arachnids: 37 (1.05%)
Bivalves: 286 (8.13%)
Cephalopods: 2 (0.06%)
Cnidarians: 108 (3.07%)
Crustaceans: 438 (12.45%)
Echinoderms: 36 (1.02%)
Gastropods: 287 (8.16%)
Insects: 247 (7.02%)
Myriapods: 17 (0.48%)
Other Invertebrates: 95 (2.70%)
Poriferans: 28 (0.80%)
Worms: 230 (6.54%)
Plants
Bryophytes: 4 (0.11%)
Vascular Plants: 316 (8.98%)
Fungi
Fungi: 2 (0.06%)


Filter Species List By State
Click on any state to view associated species list.
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