CPC Plant Profile: Tecopa Bird's-beak
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Tecopa Bird's-beak (Chloropyron tecopense)

  • Global Rank: G2 - Imperiled
  • Legal Status: N/A
  • Family: Orobanchaceae
  • State: CA, NV
  • Nature Serve ID: 158897
  • Date Inducted in National Collection:

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  • 09/01/2020
  • Orthodox Seed Banking

Based on an September 2020 extract of the California Plant Rescue Database, California Botanic Garden holds 4 accessions of Chloropyron tecopense in orthodox seed collection. There are as many as 3539 seeds of this species in their collection - although some may have been used for curation testing or sent to back up.

  • 08/05/2020
  • Seed Collection

Based on an August 2020 extract of the California Plant Rescue Database, California Botanic Garden has collected 4 seed accessions of Chloropyron tecopense from 3 plant occurrences listed in the California Natural Diversity Database. These collections together emcompass 98 maternal plants

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Taxon Chloropyron tecopense
Authority (Munz & J.C. Roos) Tank & J.M. Egger
Family Orobanchaceae
CPC Number 1062
ITIS 834159
Common Names Tecopa Bird's-beak | Tecopa bird's beak
Associated Scientific Names Cordylanthus tecopensis | Chloropyron tecopense
Distribution NA
State Rank
State State Rank
California S1
Nevada S2

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Ecological Relationships

Common Name Name in Text Association Type Source InteractionID
Lead Institution State Reintroduction Type Year of First Outplanting

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