CPC Plant Profile: Santa Clara Valley Dudleya
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Santa Clara Valley Dudleya (Dudleya abramsii ssp. setchellii)

  • Global Rank: T2 - Imperiled
  • Legal Status: Federally Endangered
  • Family: Crassulaceae
  • State: CA
  • Nature Serve ID: 137329
  • Date Inducted in National Collection: 01/17/2019

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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 6 accessions of Dudleya abramsii subsp. setchellii in orthodox seed collection. There are as many as 159346 seeds of this species in their collection - although some may have been used for curation testing or sent to back up.

  • 01/01/2010

development, landfill activities, unauthorized dumping, quarry expansion, and off-road vehicles

  • 01/01/2010

20 occurrences in the Coyote Valley area

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Taxon Dudleya abramsii ssp. setchellii
Authority (Jeps.) Morin
Family Crassulaceae
CPC Number 12853
ITIS 894367
Common Names Santa Clara Valley dudleya | Santa Clara Valley liveforever
Associated Scientific Names Dudleya setchellii | Dudleya abramsii ssp. setchelii | Dudleya cymosa ssp. setchellii
State Rank
State State Rank
California S2

restricted to rocky outcrops within seerpentine grasslands between 390-990 ft.

Ecological Relationships

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

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