Wildlife Gardening/Location/North Carolina

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Geography[edit]

General description of environment and ecology. USDA hardiness zones and/or international equivalents.

Taxa[edit]

Taxa of interest[edit]

Native[edit]

  • List of native taxa and their favorable attributes. Some taxa may be dual-listed in taxa of concern and this should be pointed out.
Native butterflies of West Virginia
Taxon Amphibians and fishes Birds Mammals Reptiles Invertebrates Plants and fungi Notes
Vanessa virginiensis, the American painted lady butterfly. Adult pictured.

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Vines to check

  • Bignonia capreolata
  • Campsis radicans
  • Clematis virginiana
  • Lonicera sempervirens
  • Parthenocissus quinquefolia
  • Passiflora incarnata
  • Wisteria frutescens

Introduced[edit]

Introduced butterflies of West Virginia
Taxon Amphibians and fishes Birds Mammals Reptiles Invertebrates Plants and fungi Notes
Vanessa virginiensis, the American painted lady butterfly. Adult pictured.

Little to no effect

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Taxa of concern[edit]

Taxa that one might be very cautious about having around like large predators, venemous animals, poisonous plants, agricultural pests, invasive species, noxious weeds.


Native butterflies of West Virginia
Taxon Safety Social or legal Conservation Garden goals Notes
Vanessa virginiensis, the American painted lady butterfly. Adult pictured.

Law[edit]

Laws of interest to wild gardeners.

References[edit]





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