Highly restricted to a unique desert wetland habitat where the plants only grow in mineral-encrusted soil; never in disturbed areas. About 13 sites are known, all restricted to Ash Meadows, Clark County, Nevada.
Trampling by wild horses and livestock
Off-road vehicle disturbance
Herbivory from rabbits
Low numbers of plants are scattered over the eastern portion of Ash Meadows in Nye Co., NV.
Approximately 15,606 individuals within a 73 acre area. 12 element occurances are recorded.
Semi-protected within the National Wildlife Refuge.
No ex-situ seed conservation has been conducted for this species.
No ex-situ seed conservation has been conducted for this species. This is a high priority for USFWS.
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