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Running Glade Clover (Trifolium calcaricum)

Trifolium calcaricum in fruit. Photo Credit: Quinn Long
  • Global Rank: G1 - Critically Imperiled
  • Legal Status: N/A
  • Family: Fabaceae
  • State: TN, VA
  • Nature Serve ID: 158179
  • Date Inducted in National Collection: 07/05/2022

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Where is Running Glade Clover (Trifolium calcaricum) located in the wild?


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States & Provinces:

Running Glade Clover can be found in Tennessee, Virginia

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Conservation Actions

Tina Stanley
  • 07/14/2022
  • Seed Collection

As of July 2022, Southeastern Grasslands Initiative had collected 3 accessions of Trifolium calcaricum from populations in Tennessee.

Tina Stanley
  • 07/14/2022
  • Orthodox Seed Banking

As of July 2022, Southeastern Grasslands Initiative holds 1,238 seeds from 1 accession (wild provenance only).

Quinn Long
  • 01/01/2010

At least in Tennessee, the habitat for Trifolium calcaricum lies within an area of rapid growth and development.

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Taxon Trifolium calcaricum
Authority Collins & Wieboldt
Family Fabaceae
CPC Number 5054
ITIS 507211
Common Names Running Glade Clover
Associated Scientific Names Trifolium calcaricum ssp. nov. ined. | Trifolium calcaricum
Distribution Not Available
State Rank
State State Rank
Tennessee S1
Virginia S1
Ecological Relationships

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