Mead's milkweed


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Related to Mead's milkweed: Asclepias meadii
  • noun

Synonyms for Mead's milkweed

milkweed of central North America

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In addition to the Indiana bat, the biological opinion for the Mark Twain National Forest also evaluated the impacts of forest management and other activities that were likely to adversely affect the gray bat (Myotis grisescens), bald eagle, and Mead's milkweed (Asclepias meadii).
Mead's milkweed populations could be affected by foot and horse traffic and by suppression of prescribed fires needed to allow the plant's reproduction.
The Fish and Wildlife Service delivered to the Forest Service its final non-jeopardy biological opinion on the impacts of forest management and other activities that were likely to adversely affect the gray bat, bald eagle, Indiana bat, and Mead's milkweed on the Mark Twain National Forest.
It was determined that implementing some actions specified in Mark Twain's forest management plan could have adverse effects on the Indiana bat and gray bat -- both listed as endangered -- and the bald eagle and Mead's milkweed, which are designated as threatened species.