The Pennsylvania Natural Heritage Program (PNHP) inventories and maintains a list of all plant and wildlife species,
plant communities, and geologic features in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania for which there is conservation concern. The PNHP inventories include Rare,
Threatened, and Endangered species, as well as species with unique or specific habitat needs or declining populations. This list represents the most up-to-date,
accurate, scientific information available and reflects current species terminology.
The list below is an inclusive list of all species or communities inventoried by PNHP and is more extensive than the list of species and communities used for environmental review in the PNDI tool.
For a list of species and communities used as the basis for Environmental Review within the PNDI Tool, please click on the following link: Environmental Review Species List
Reptiles & Amphibians
Insects and Spiders
Mussels and Snails
-- All Species --
Fact Sheets (The following links may be available for each species.)
List updated January 2015. Definitions of the status and rank codes can be found here.
PNHP is a partnership between The Department of Conservation and Natural Resources,
the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy, the Pennsylvania Game Commission,
and the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission.
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