Other CCAs in various stages of development or implementation across the country include those to protect such species as the Oregon spotted frog, the Arizona bugbane
, and the Cossatot leafcup in Arkansas.
While the slender, arching inflorescences of Bugbane
(Cimicifuga simplex) may be fading, or beaten down by a rainstorm, the Japanese anemones, so valuable for their late flowering, are abundant, flowering in the stoniest of places.
Black cohosh, also known as baneberry, black snakeroot, bugbane
, rattleweed and rattleroot, grows in eastern North America, from southern Maine to Georgia (Ramsey, 1997).
Most recently, a Conservation Agreement was signed on February 26, 1999, for the Arizona bugbane
(Cimicifuga arizonica), a herbaceous plant in the buttercup family.
Campanulas, roses, gloriosa daisies, bugbane
, summer phlox, purple coneflower, hollyhocks, Michaelmas daisies, Japanese anemone, and chrysanthemums.