The Pennsylvania Natural Heritage Program (PNHP) inventories and maintains a list of ecologically significant species and communities.
This list represents the most up-to-date, accurate scientific information available and reflects current nomenclature.
The decisions regarding rank and status are made by a state-recognized panel of experts of the Pennsylvania Biological Survey (PABS).
The PNHP list of species is the basis for Environmental Review, or the Pennsylvania Natural Diversity Inventory (PNDI).
Reptiles & Amphibians
Insects and Spiders
Mussels and Snails
-- All Species --
Fact Sheets (The following links may be available for each species.)
List updated Not found. 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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