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Old 12-17-2013, 01:27 PM
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As a follow-up, Allium praecox has been formally placed on the County of Ventura's Plant Species of Local Importance list, which gives it equal weight in Ventura County on all descritionary projects undergoing CEQA review as if the plant was listed as Threatened or Endangered by either the USFWS or the California Fish and Game Commission.
The original question relates to all the aspects Peter asked, but mostly on the "legal" perspective under California laws and regulations.
There is only one known population in Ventura County. There are many populations in San Diego County, and a few inbetween. It may qualify for inclusion on the CNPS Rank 4 from a statewide perspective. It is certainly at risk of extirpation in many areas of San Diego County where most of the populations occur.
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