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SUBCHAPTER 48F - PLANT CONSERVATION
SUBCHAPTER 48F OF TITLE 2 OF THE NORTH CAROLINA ADMINISTRATION CODE (2 NCAC
48F) WAS TRANSFERRED AND RECODIFIED FROM SUBCHAPTER 10G OF TITLE 2 OF THE
NORTH CAROLINA ADMINISTRATIVE CODE (2 NCAC 10G), EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 3, 1990.
SECTION .0100 - ORGANIZATIONAL RULES
02 NCAC 48F .0101 POLICIES OF THE PLANT SPECIES CONSERVATION PROGRAM
02 NCAC 48F .0102 DEFINITIONS
02 NCAC 48F .0103 BOARD ORGANIZATION
02 NCAC 48F .0104 POWERS AND DUTIES OF THE BOARD
02 NCAC 48F .0105 ORGANIZATION OF THE SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE
02 NCAC 48F .0106 POWERS AND DUTIES OF THE SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE
History Note: Authority G.S. 106-202.1 through 106-202.8;
Eff. July 1, 1980; Repealed Eff. May 1, 1984. SECTION .0200 - PROCEDURES FOR PLACING ON PROTECTED PLANT LISTS: PENALTIES AND
ENFORCEMENT
02 NCAC 48F .0201 PROCEDURES FOR PLACING ON PROTECTED PLANT LISTS
02 NCAC 48F .0202 UNLAWFUL ACTS: PENALTIES AND ENFORCEMENT
History Note: Authority G.S. 106-202.1 through 106-202.8;
Eff. July 1, 1980; Repealed Eff. May 1, 1984. SECTION .0300 - ENDANGERED PLANT SPECIES LIST: THREATENED PLANT SPECIES LIST: LIST
OF SPECIES OF SPECIAL CONCERN
02 NCAC 48F .0301 PROTECTED PLANT SPECIES LIST
The North Carolina Plant Conservation Board hereby establishes the following list of protected plant species (** indicates federally listed): Species Status (1) Acrobolbus ciliatus Special Concern, Vulnerable A liverwort; (2) Adiantum capillus-veneris Threatened Venus Hair Fern; (3) Adlumia fungosa Special Concern, Vulnerable Climbing Fumitory; (4) Aeschynomene virginica** Threatened Sensitive Jointvetch; (5) Agalinis virgata Threatened Branched Gerardia; (6) Agrostis mertensii Endangered Artic Bentgrass; (7) Allium cuthbertii Threatened Striped Garlic; (8) Alnus viridis ssp. crispa Special Concern, Vulnerable Green Alder; (9) Amaranthus pumilus** Threatened Seabeach Amaranth; (10) Amorpha confusa Threatened Savanna Indigo-bush; (11) Amorpha georgiana Endangered Georgia Indigo-bush; (12) Amphicarpum muhlenbergianum Endangered Florida Goober Grass, Blue Maidencane; (13) Andropogon mohrii Threatened Bog Bluestem; (14) Anemone berlandieri Endangered Southern Anemone; (15) Anemone caroliniana Endangered Prairie Anemone; (16) Arabis pycnocarpa var. adpressipilis Endangered Hairy Rockcress; (17) Arethusa bulbosa Endangered Bog Rose; (18) Aristida condensata Threatened Big Three-awn Grass; (19) Aristida simpliciflora Endangered Chapman's Three-awn; (20) Arnoglossum ovatum Endangered Savanna Indian-plantain; (21) Asclepias pedicellata Special Concern, Vulnerable Savanna Milkweed; (22) Asplenium heteroresiliens Endangered Carolina Spleenwort; (23) Asplenium monanthes Endangered Single-sorus Spleenwort; (24) Asplenium ruta-muraria Special Concern, Vulnerable Wall-rue Spleenwort; (25) Astragalus michauxii Special Concern, Vulnerable Sandhills Milkvetch; (26) Baccharis glomeruliflora Special Concern, Historical Silverling; (27) Bacopa caroliniana Threatened Blue Water-hyssop; (28) Bacopa innominata Special Concern, Historical Tropical Water-hyssop; (29) Balduina atropurpurea Endangered Purple-disk Honeycomb-head; (30) Baptisia alba Threatened Thick-pod White Wild Indigo; (31) Baptisia bracteata Special Concern, Historical Creamy Wild Indigo; (32) Baptisia australis var. aberrans Endangered Prairie Blue Wild Indigo; (33) Berberis canadensis Special Concern, Vulnerable American Barberry; (34) Betula cordifolia Special Concern, Vulnerable Mountain Paper Birch; (35) Boechera missouriensis Special Concern, Vulnerable Missouri Rockcress; (36) Buchnera americana Endangered American Bluehearts; (37) Buckleya distichophylla Threatened Piratebush; (38) Bulbostylis warei Special Concern, Historical Ware's Hair Sedge; (39) Calamagrostis cainii Endangered Cain's Reed Grass; (40) Calopogon multiflorus Endangered Many-flower Grass-pink; (41) Caltha palustris Endangered Marsh-marigold; (42) Camassia scilloides Threatened Wild Hyacinth; (43) Campanula rotundifolia Endangered Bluebells; (44) Campylium stellatum Special Concern, Vulnerable Yellow Starry Fen Moss; (45) Canoparmelia amabilis Special Concern, Vulnerable Worthy Shield Lichen; (46) Cardamine dissecta Special Concern, Vulnerable Dissected Toothwort; (47) Cardamine douglassii Threatened Douglass's Bittercress; (48) Cardamine longii Special Concern, Vulnerable Long's Bittercress; (49) Cardamine micranthera** Endangered Small-anthered Bittercress; (50) Cardamine rotundifolia Threatened Mountain Watercress; (51) Carex argyrantha Endangered Hay Sedge; (52) Carex barrattii Special Concern, Historical Barratt's Sedge; (53) Carex buxbaumii Special Concern, Vulnerable Brown Bog Sedge; (54) Carex careyana Threatened Carey's Sedge; (55) Carex cherokeensis Endangered Cherokee Sedge; (56) Carex conoidea Special Concern, Vulnerable Cone-shaped Sedge: (57) Carex cristatella Special Concern, Historical Small-crested Sedge; (58) Carex decomposita Special Concern, Vulnerable Cypress Knee Sedge; (59) Carex eburnea Threatened Bristle-leaf Sedge; (60) Carex exilis Endangered Coastal Sedge; (61) Carex hitchcockiana Special Concern, Vulnerable Hitchcock's Sedge; (62) Carex hormathodes Threatened A Sedge; (63) Carex lutea** Endangered Golden Sedge; (64) Carex oligocarpa Threatened Rich-woods Sedge; (65) Carex oligosperma Endangered Few-seeded Sedge; (66) Carex pedunculata Special Concern, Vulnerable Longstalk Sedge; (67) Carex purpurifera Special Concern, Vulnerable Purple Sedge; (68) Carex radfordii Threatened Radford's Sedge; (69) Carex reniformis Threatened Kidney Sedge; (70) Carex tenax Endangered Wire Sedge; (71) Carex trisperma Endangered Three-seeded Sedge; (72) Carex vestita Special Concern, Historical Velvet Sedge; (73) Carya laciniosa Threatened Big Shellbark Hickory; (74) Carya myristiciformis Endangered Nutmeg Hickory; (75) Celastrus scandens Endangered American Bittersweet; (76) Cetraria arenaria Special Concern, Vulnerable Sand-loving Iceland Lichen; (77) Euphorbia cordifolia Threatened Heartleaf Sandmat; (78) Chamerion platyphyllum Endangered Fireweed; (79) Chasmanthium nitidum Threatened A Spanglegrass; (80) Chelone cuthbertii Special Concern, Vulnerable Cuthbert's Turtlehead; (81) Chenopodium simplex Threatened Giant-seed Goosefoot; (82) Chiloscyphus appalachianus Special Concern, Vulnerable A Liverwort; (83) Chiloscyphus muricatus Special Concern, Vulnerable A Liverwort; (84) Chrysoma pauciflosculosa Endangered Woody Goldenrod; (85) Cirsium carolinianum Endangered Carolina Thistle; (86) Cirsium lecontei Special Concern, Vulnerable Leconte's Thistle; (87) Cladonia psoromica Threatened Bluff Mountain Reindeer Lichen; (88) Clematis occidentalis Special Concern, Vulnerable Mountain Clematis; (89) Clinopodium georgianum Endangered Georgia Calamint; (90) Coeloglossum viride var. virescens Endangered Long-bracted Frog Orchid; (91) Coelorachis cylindrica Special Concern, Historical Carolina Jointgrass; (92) Collinsonia tuberosa Special Concern, Vulnerable Piedmont Horsebalm; (93) Collinsonia verticillata Special Concern, Vulnerable Whorled Horsebalm; (94) Conioselinum chinense Threatened Hemlock-parsley; (95) Coptis trifolia var. groenlandica Threatened Goldthread; (96) Cornus asperifolia Endangered Roughleaf Dogwood; (97) Corydalis micrantha Threatened Slender Corydalis; (98) Crinum americanum Special Concern, Historical Swamp-lily; (99) Crocanthemum bicknellii Special Concern, Vulnerable Plains Sunrose; (100) Crocanthemum carolinianum Endangered Carolina Sunrose; (101) Crocanthemum corymbosum Threatened Pinebarren Sunrose; (102) Crocanthemum georgianum Endangered Georgia Sunrose; (103) Crocanthemum nashii Endangered Florida Scrub Frostweed; (104) Crocanthemum propinquum Threatened Creeping Sunrose; (105) Crocanthemum rosmarinifolium Threatened Rosemary Sunrose; (106) Croton monanthogynus Endangered Prairie-tea Croton; (107) Cyperus dentatus Special Concern, Historical Toothed Flatsedge; (108) Cyperus granitophilus Threatened Granite Flatsedge; (109) Cyperus lecontei Threatened Leconte's Flatsedge; (110) Cyperus tetragonus Special Concern, Vulnerable Four-angled Flatsedge; (111) Cystopteris tennesseensis Endangered Tennessee Bladder-fern; (112) Rubus dalibarda Endangered Robin Runaway; (113) Delphinium exaltatum Endangered Tall Larkspur; (114) Deschampsia cespitosa ssp. glauca Threatened Tufted Hairgrass; (115) Desmodium ochroleucum Special Concern, Historical Creamy Tick-trefoil; (116) Desmodium sessilifolium Special Concern, Historical Sessile Tick-trefoil; (117) Diarrhena Americana Endangered Eastern Beakgrass; (118) Dichanthelium aciculare ssp. neuranthum Special Concern, Vulnerable Nerved Witch Grass (119) Dichanthelium caerulescens Endangered Blue Witch Grass; (120) Dichanthelium hirstii Endangered Hirsts' Panic Grass; (121) Diervilla rivularis Threatened Riverbank Bush-honeysuckle; (122) Dionaea muscipula Special Concern, Vulnerable Venus Flytrap; (123) Primula meadia Threatened Shooting-star; (124) Draba ramosissima Special Concern, Vulnerable Branching Draba; (125) Drepanolejeunea appalachiana Special Concern, Vulnerable A Liverwort; (126) Drosera filiformis Special Concern, Vulnerable Threadleaf Sundew; (127) Echinacea laevigata** Endangered Smooth Coneflower; (128) Echinacea purpurea Special Concern, Vulnerable Purple Coneflower, (129) Echinodorus tenellus Endangered Dwarf Burhead; (130) Eleocharis cellulosa Endangered Gulfcoast Spikerush; (131) Eleocharis elongata Endangered Florida Spikerush; (132) Eleocharis robbinsii Special Concern, Vulnerable Robbins' Spikerush; (133) Eleocharis vivipara Endangered Viviparous Spikerush; (134) Elymus trachycaulus ssp. trachycaulus Threatened Slender Wheatgrass; (135) Elymus virgincus var. halophilus Special Concern, Vulnerable Terrell Grass; (136) Enemion biternatum Special Concern, Vulnerable Eastern Isopyrun; (137) Epidendrum magnoliae Threatened Green Fly Orchid; (138) Eriocaulon aquaticum Special Concern, Vulnerable Seven-angled pipewort; (139) Eriocaulon parkeri Threatened Estuary Pipewort; (140) Eriocaulon texense Endangered Texas Hatpins; (141) Eriogonum tomentosum Special Concern, Historical Southern Wild-buckwheat (142) Erythrina herbacea Endangered Coralbean; (143) Eupatorium leptophyllum Endangered Limesink Dog-fennel; (144) Eupatorium paludicola Threatened Bay Boneset; (145) Euphorbia commutata Threatened Cliff Spurge; (146) Euphorbia mercurialina Special Concern, Vulnerable Cumberland Spurge; (147) Filipendula rubra Endangered Queen-of-the-Prairie; (148) Fimbristylis perpusilla Threatened Harper's Fimbry; (149) Fleishmannia incarnata Threatened Pink Thoroughwort: (150) Gaillardia aestivalis var. aestivalis Endangered Sandhills Blanket-flower; (151) Galactia mollis Threatened Soft Milk-pea; (152) Gaylussacia brachycera Endangered Box Huckleberry; (153) Gaylussacia nana Endangered Confederate Huckleberry; (154) Gelsemium rankinii Special Concern, Vulnerable Swamp Jessamine; (155) Gentiana alba Special Concern, Vulnerable Yellow Gentian; (156) Gentianopsis crinita Threatened Fringed Gentian; (157) Geum aleppicum Endangered Yellow Avens; (158) Geum geniculatum Special Concern, Vulnerable Bent Avens; (159) Geum laciniatum Endangered Rough Avens; (160) Geum lobatum Endangered Lobed Barren-strawberry; (161) Geum radiatum** Endangered Spreading Avens; (162) Gillenia stipulata Threatened Indian Physic; (163) Gratiola aurea Special Concern, Vulnerable Golden Hedge-hyssop; (164) Gymnocarpium appalachianum Threatened Appalachian Oak Fern; (165) Gymnoderma lineare** Endangered Rock Gnome Lichen; (166) Senecio suaveolens Special Concern, Historical Sweet Indian-plantain; (167) Helenium brevifolium Endangered Littleleaf Sneezeweed; (168) Helenium vernale Endangered Spring Sneezeweed; (169) Helianthus floridanus Threatened Florida Sunflower; (170) Helianthus laevigatus Special Concern, Vulnerable Smooth Sunflower; (171) Helianthus occidenatlis ssp. occidentalis Special Concern, Historical Naked-stem Sunflower; (172) Helianthus schweinitzii** Endangered Schweinitz's Sunflower; (173) Helonias bullata** Threatened Swamp Pink; (174) Hexastylis contracta Endangered Mountain Heartleaf; (175) Hexastylis naniflora** Threatened Dwarf-flowered Heartleaf; (176) Hibiscus aculeatus Threatened Comfortroot; (177) Houstonia montana Endangered Roan Mountain Bluet; (178) Hudsonia montana** Threatened Mountain Golden-heather; (179) Hudsonia tomentosa Threatened Sand Heather; (180) Hymenocallis occidentalis Special Concern, Historical Hillside Spider-lily; (181) Hymenocallis pygmaea Threatened Waccamaw River Spiderlily; (182) Hypericum adpressum Special Concern, Historical Bog St. John's-wort; (183) Hypericum brachyphyllum Special Concern, Vulnerable Coastal Plain St. John's-wort; (184) Hypericum fasciculatum Endangered Peelbark St. John's-wort; (185) Hypericum suffruticosum Special Concern, Historical Pineland St. John's-wort; (186) Ilex collina Special Concern, Vulnerable Long-stalked Holly; (187) Ipomoea imperati Threatened Beach Morning-glory; (188) Isoetes microvela Threatened Thin-wall Quillwort; (189) Isoetes piedmontana Endangered Piedmont Quillwort; (190) Isotria medeoloides** Threatened Small Whorled Pogonia; (191) Iva microcephala Threatened Small-headed Marsh Elder; (192) Jeffersonia diphylla Threatened Twinleaf: (193) Juncus caesariensis Endangered New Jersey Rush; (194) Juniperus communis var. depressa Special Concern, Vulnerable Dwarf Juniper; (195) Kalmia angustifolia Threatened Sheep-laurel; (196) Lachnocaulon minus Threatened Brown Bogbutton; (197) Lechea maritima var. virginica Endangered Maritime Pinweed; (198) Lechea torreyi Endangered Torrey's Pinweed; (199) Lejeunea blomquistii Special Concern, Vulnerable A Liverwort; (200) Leptochloa fascicularis var. maritima Endangered Long-awned Spangletop; (201) Liatris aspera Threatened Rough Blazing-star; (202) Liatris helleri** Threatened Heller's Blazing-star; (203) Liatris microcephala Special Concern, Vulnerable Small-head Blazing-star; (204) Lilium canadense var. canadense Endangered Yellow Canada Lily; (205) Lilium canadense ssp. editorum Endangered Red Canada Lily; (206) Lilium grayi Threatened Gray's Lily; (207) Lilium philadelphicum var. philadelphicum Endangered Wood Lily; (208) Lilium pyrophilum Endangered Sandhills Lily; (209) Limosella australis Threatened Awl-leaf Mudwort; (210) Lindera melissifolia** Endangered Pondberry; (211) Linum floridanum var. chrysocarpum Threatened Yellow-fruited Flax; (212) Linum sulcatum Special Concern, Historical Glade Flax; (213) Liparis loeselii Endangered Fen Orchid; (214) Lipocarpha micrantha Special Concern, Historical Small-flowered Hemicarpha; (215) Lithospermum canescens Threatened Hoary Puccoon; (216) Litsea aestivalis Special Concern, Vulnerable Pondspice; (217) Lobelia boykinii Endangered Boykin's Lobelia; (218) Lophiola aurea Endangered Golden-crest; (219) [Lotus] Acmispon helleri Special Concern, Vulnerable Carolina Birdfoot-trefoil; (220) Ludwigia lanceolata Endangered Lanceleaf Seedbox; (221) Ludwigia linifolia Threatened Flaxleaf Seedbox; (222) Ludwigia ravenii Threatened Raven's Seedbox; (223) Ludwigia sphaerocarpa Endangered Globe-fruit seedbox; (224) Ludwigia suffruticosa Threatened Shrubby Seedbox; (225) Lysimachia asperulifolia** Endangered Rough-leaf Loosestrife; (226) Lysimachia fraseri Endangered Fraser's Loosestrife; (227) Macbridea caroliniana Endangered Carolina Bogmint; (228) Magnolia macrophylla Threatened Bigleaf Magnolia; (229) Malaxis spicata Special Concern, Vulnerable Florida Adder's-mouth; (230) Marshallia grandiflora Special Concern, Historical Large-flowered Barbara's-buttons; (231) Marshallia trinervia Special Concern, Historical Broadleaf Barbara's-buttons; (232) Melica nitens Endangered Three-flowered Melic; (233) Menyanthes trifoliata Threatened Buckbean; (234) Micranthes pensylvanica Endangered Swamp Saxifrage; (235) Micropolypodium nimbatum Threatened West Indian Dwarf Polypody; (236) Minuartia godfreyi Endangered Godfrey's Sandwort; (237) Minuartia groenlandica Threatened Greenland Sandwort; (238) Minuartia uniflora Endangered Single-flowered Sandwort; (239) Monotropsis odorata Special Concern, Vulnerable Sweet Pinesap; (240) Muhlenbergia glomerata Special Concern, Vulnerable Spiked Muhly; (241) Muhlenbergia sobolifera Special Concern, Vulnerable Rock Muhly; (242) Muhlenbergia torreyana Special Concern, Vulnerable Pinebarren Smokegrass; (243) Myrica gale Endangered Sweet Gale; (244) Myriophyllum laxum Endangered Loose Water-milfoil; (245) Myriophyllum tenellum Endangered Leafless Water-milfoil; (246) Narthecium montanum Special Concern, Historical Appalachian Yellow Asphodel; (247) Oenothera perennis Special Concern, Vulnerable Perennial Sundrops; (248) Oldenlandia boscii Endangered Bosc's Bluet; (249) Orbexilum macrophyllum Special Concern, Historical Bigleaf Scurfpea; (250) Orbexilum onobrychis Special Concern, Historical Lanceleaf Scurfpea; (251) Oxypolis canbyi** Endangered Canby's Dropwort; (252) Pachysandra procumbens Endangered Allegheny Spurge; (253) Packera millefolium Threatened Divided-leaf Ragwort; (254) Packera paupercula var. appalachiana Threatened Prairie Ragwort; (255) Packera schweinitziana Threatened Schweinitz's Ragwort; (256) Panicum flexile Threatened Wiry Panic Grass; (257) Parietaria praetermissa Special Concern, Vulnerable Large-seed Pellitory; (258) Parnassia caroliniana Threatened Carolina Grass-of-parnassus; (259) Parnassia grandifolia Threatened Large-leaved Grass-of-parnassus; (260) Paronychia herniarioides Endangered Michaux's Whitlow-wort; (261) Paspalum dissectum Endangered Mudbank Crown Grass; (262) Pedicularis lanceolata Threatened Swamp Lousewort; (263) Pellaea wrightiana Endangered Wright's Cliff-brake; (264) Persicaria hirsuta Endangered Hairy Smartweed; (265) Phacelia maculata Endangered Spotted Phacelia; (266) Phegopteris connectilis Endangered Northern Beech Fern; (267) Pinguicula pumila Endangered Small Butterwort; (268) Pityopsis graminifolia var. graminifolia Endangered A Silkgrass; (269) Plantago cordata Endangered Heart-leaf Plantain; (270) Plantago sparsiflora Threatened Pineland Plantain; (271) Platanthera grandiflora Threatened Large Purple-fringed Orchid; (272) Platanthera integra Special Concern, Vulnerable Yellow Fringeless Orchid; (273) Plantanthera integrilabia Special Concern, Historical White Fringeless Orchid; (274) Platanthera nivea Threatened Snowy Orchid; (275) Platanthera peramoena Threatened Purple Fringeless Orchid; (276) Poa saltuensis Threatened A Bluegrass; (277) Polemonium reptans var. reptans Threatened Jacob's Ladder; (278) Polygala hookeri Special Concern, Vulnerable Hooker's Milkwort; (279) Polygonella articulata Special Concern, Historical Coast Jointweed; (280) Polygonum glaucum Endangered Seabeach Knotweed; (281) Ponthieva racemosa Threatened Shadow-witch; (282) Portulaca smallii Threatened Small's Portulaca; (283) Prenanthes alba Threatened White Rattlesnakeroot; (284) Pteroglossaspis ecristata Endangered Spiked Medusa; (285) Ptilimnium costatum Threatened Ribbed Bishop-weed; (286) Ptilimnium nodosum** Endangered Harperella; (287) Pyrola elliptica Endangered Elliptic Shinleaf; (288) Quercus ilicifolia Endangered Bear Oak (289) Quercus prinoides Endangered Dwarf Chinquapin Oak; (290) Ranunculus ambigens Special Concern, Historical Water-plantain Spearwort; (291) Ranunculus flabellaris Special Concern, Historical Yellow Water-crowfoot; (292) Ranunculus hederaceus Endangered Ivy Buttercup; (293) Rhexia aristosa Special Concern, Vulnerable Awned Meadow-beauty; (294) Rhodiola rosea Endangered Roseroot; (295) Rhododendron prinophyllum Threatened Election Pink; (296) Rhus michauxii** Endangered Michaux's Sumac; (297) Rhynchospora crinipes Threatened Alabama Beaksedge; (298) Rhynchospora decurrens Threatened Swamp Forest Beaksedge; (299) Rhynchospora harperi Special Concern, Vulnerable Harper's Beaksedge: (300) Rhynchospora macra Threatened Southern White Beaksedge; (301) Rhynchospora odorata Special Concern, Vulnerable Fragrant Beaksedge; (302) Rhynchospora pleiantha Threatened Coastal Beaksedge; (303) Rhynchospora thornei Special Concern, Vulnerable Thorne's Beaksedge; (304) Rhynchospora tracyi Threatened Tracy's Beaksedge; (305) Rubus idaeus ssp. strigosus Threatened Red Raspberry; (306) Rudbeckia heliopsidis Endangered Sun-facing Coneflower; (307) Ruellia ciliosa Threatened Sandhills Wild-petunia; (308) Ruellia humilis Endangered Low Wild-petunia; (309) Ruellia purshiana Special Concern, Vulnerable Pursh's Wild-petunia; (310) Ruellia strepens Endangered Limestone Wild-petunia; (311) Sabal palmetto Threatened Cabbage Palm; (312) Sabatia kennedyana Threatened Plymouth Gentian; (313) Sageretia minutiflora Threatened Small-flowered Buckthorn; (314) Sagittaria chapmanii Endangered Chapman's Arrowhead; (315) Sagittaria fasciculata** Endangered Bunched Arrowhead; (316) Sagittaria isoetiformis Threatened Quillwort Arrowhead; (317) Sagittaria macrocarpa Threatened Streamhead Sagittaria; (318) Sagittaria weatherbiana Endangered Grassleaf Arrowhead; (319) Sarracenia jonesii** Endangered Mountain Sweet Pitcher Plant; (320) Sarracenia minor Endangered Hooded Pitcher Plant; (321) Sarracenia oreophila** Endangered Green Pitcher Plant; (322) Sceptridium jenmanii Special Concern, Vulnerable Alabama Grape-fern; (323) Schisandra glabra Threatened Magnolia Vine; (324) Schwalbea americana** Endangered Chaffseed; (325) Scirpus flaccidifolius Endangered Reclining Bulrush; (326) Scirpus lineatus Threatened Drooping Bulrush; (327) Scleria baldwinii Threatened Baldwin's Nutrush; (328) Scleria reticularis Threatened Netted Nutrush; (329) Scutellaria australis Endangered Southern Skullcap; (330) Scutellaria galericulata Special Concern, Historical Hooded Skullcap; (331) Scutellaria leonardii Endangered Shale-barren Skullcap; (332) Scutellaria nervosa Endangered Veined Skullcap; (333) Ditrysinia fruticosa Special Concern, Vulnerable Sebastian-bush; (334) Sedum pusillum Endangered Puck's Orpine; (335) Seymeria pectinata Special Concern, Historical Sticky Afzelia; (336) Shortia galacifolia var. brevistyla Endangered Northern Oconee Bells; (337) Shortia galacifolia var. galacifolia Special Concern, Vulnerable Southern Oconee Bells; (338) Sideroxylon tenax Threatened Tough Bumelia; (339) Silene ovata Special Concern, Vulnerable Mountain Catchfly; (340) Silphium connatum Special Concern, Vulnerable Virginia Cup-plant; (341) Silphium perfoliatum Threatened Northern Cup-plant; (342) Sisyrinchium dichotomum** Endangered White Irisette; (343) Solidago leavenworthii Threatened Leavenworth;s Goldenrod; (344) Solidago plumosa Threatened Yadkin River Goldenrod; (345) Solidago ptarmicoides Endangered Prairie Goldenrod; (346) Solidago radula Endangered Western Rough Goldenrod; (347) Solidago rigida var. rigida Threatened Prairie Bold Goldenrod; (348) Solidago spithamaea** Threatened Blue Ridge Goldenrod; (349) Solidago tortifolia Endangered Twisted-leaf Goldenrod; (350) Solidago villosicarpa Endangered Coastal Goldenrod: (351) Sparganium emersum Threatened Greenfruit Bur-reed; (352) Spartina pectinata Special Concern, Vulnerable Freshwater Cordgrass; (353) Sphagnum contortum Threatened Contorted Peatmoss; (354) Spigelia marilandica Threatened Pink-root; (355) Spiraea corymbosa Endangered Shinyleaf Meadowsweet; (356) Spiraea virginiana** Threatened Virginia Spiraea; (357) Spiranthes eatonii Endangered Eaton's Ladies'-tresses; (358) Spiranthes lacera var. lacera Endangered Northern Slender Ladies'-tresses; (359) Spiranthes laciniata Special Concern, Vulnerable Lace-lip Ladies'-tresses; (360) Spiranthes longilabris Endangered Giant Spiral Orchid; (361) Spiranthes lucida Endangered Shining Ladies'-tresses; (362) Spiranthes ochroleuca Threatened Yellow Ladies'-tresses; (363) Sporobolus heterolepis Threatened Prairie Dropseed; (364) Sporobolus teretifolius Threatened Wireleaf Dropseed; (365) Sporobolus virginicus Threatened Saltmarsh Dropseed; (366) Stenanthium gramineum var. robustum Threatened Bog Featherbells; (367) Stenathium leimanthoides Threatened Pinebarren Death-camas; (368) Streptopus amplexifolius Special Concern, Vulnerable White Mandarin; (369) Stylisma aquatica Endangered Water Dawnflower; (370) Stylisma pickeringii var. pickeringii Special Concern, Vulnerable Pickering's Dawnflower; (371) Symphyotrichum depauperatum Endangered Serpentine Aster; (372) Symphyotrichum georgianum Threatened Georgia Aster; (373) Symphyotrichum leave var. concinnum Threatened Narrow-leaf Aster; (374) Symphyotrichum oblongifolium Threatened Aromatic Aster; (375) Symphyotrichum rhiannon Threatened Buck Creek Aster; (376) Synandra hispidula Endangered Synandra; (377) Taxus canadensis Threatened Canada Yew; (378) Thalictrum cooleyi** Endangered Cooley's Meadowrue; (379) Thaspium pinnatifidum Threatened Mountain Thaspium; (380) Thelypteris simulata Endangered Bog Fern; (381) Thermopsis fraxinifolia Special Concern, Vulnerable Ash-leaved Golden-banner; (382) Thermopsis mollis Special Concern, Vulnerable Appalachian Golden-banner; (383) Tradescantia virginiana Threatened Virginia Spiderwort; (384) Triantha glutinosa Special Concern, Vulnerable Sticky Bog Asphodel; (385) Trichomanes boschianum Endangered Appalachian Filmy-fern; (386) Trichostema brachiatum Endangered Glade Bluecurls; (387) Tridens ambiguus Endangered Pineland Triodia; (388) Tridens chapmanii Threatened Chapman's Redtop; (389) Tridens strictus Special Concern, Historical Spike Triodia; (390) Trientalis borealis Endangered Starflower; (391) Trifolium carolinianum Special Concern, Historical Carolina Clover; (392) Trifolium reflexum Threatened Buffalo Clover; (393) Trillium discolor Threatened Mottled Trillium; (394) Trillium flexipes Special Concern, Historical Bent White Trillium; (395) Trillium pusillum var. ozarkanum Endangered Alabama Least Trillium; (396) Trillium pusillum var. pusillum Endangered Carolina Least Trillium; (397) Trillium pusillum var. virginianum Endangered Virginia Least Trillium; (398) Trillium sessile Threatened Sessile-flowered Trillium; (399) Trillium simile Threatened Sweet White Trillium; (400) Trisetum spicatum Special Concern, Historical Soft Trisetum; (401) Turritis glabra Endangered Tower Mustard; (402) Urtica chamaedryoides Endangered Dwarf Stinging Nettle; (403) Utricularia cornuta Threatened Horned Bladderwort; (404) Utricularia geminiscapa Special Concern, Vulnerable Two-flowered Bladderwort; (405) Utricularia minor Special Concern, Historical Small Bladderwort; (406) Utricularia olivacea Threatened Dwarf Bladderwort: (407) Utricularia resupinata Endangered Northeastern Bladderwort; (408) Vaccinium macrocarpon Threatened Cranberry; (409) Veratrum woodii Threatened Ozark Bunchflower; (410) Veronica americana Threatened American Speedwell; (411) Viola walteri var. appalachiensis Special Concern, Vulnerable Appalachian Voilet; (412) Warea cuneifolia Endangered Carolina Pineland-cress; (413) Woodsia ilvensis Endangered Rusty Cliff Fern; (414) Xyris chapmanii Special Concern, Vulnerable Chapman's Yellow-eyed-grass; (415) Xyris floridana Threatened Florida Yellow-eyed-grass; (416) Xyris scabrifolia Special Concern, Vulnerable Harper's Yellow-eyed-grass; (417) Xyris serotina Threatened Acid-swamp Yellow-eyed-grass; (418) Xyris stricta Endangered Pineland Yellow-eyed grass; (419) Zephyranthes simpsonii Endangered Rain Lily. History Note: Authority G.S. 106-202.15; Eff. July 1, 1980; Amended Eff. December 1, 2010; August 1, 2006; March 1, 2004; July 1, 1998; April 1, 1993; December 1, 1992; September 1, 1991; August 1, 1990. 02 NCAC 48F .0302 THREATENED PLANT SPECIES LIST
History Note: Authority G.S. 106-202.15;
Eff. July 1, 1980; Amended Eff. August 1, 2006; March 1, 2004; July 1, 1998; April 1, 1993; December 1, 1992; September 1, 1991; August 1, 1990; Repealed Eff. December 1, 2010. 02 NCAC 48F .0303 LIST OF SPECIES OF SPECIAL CONCERN
History Note: Authority G.S. 106-202.12 through 106-202.19;
Eff. July 1, 1980; Repealed Eff. June 30, 1981. 02 NCAC 48F .0304 PLANT SPECIES OF SPECIAL CONCERN
History Note: Authority G.S. 106-202.15;
Eff. June 30, 1981; Amended Eff. March 1, 2004; July 1, 1998; June 1, 1991; August 1, 1990; May 1, 1984; Repealed Eff. December. 1, 2010. 02 NCAC 48F .0305 COLLECTION AND SALE OF GINSENG
(1) Department. The North Carolina Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services; (2) Ginseng. Any plant of the species Panax quinquefolius including cuttings, roots, fruits, seeds, (3) Ginseng Dealer. Any person who purchases or otherwise obtains ginseng roots which have been collected or cultivated in North Carolina in any quantity for commercial use. This definition does not include those persons who directly collect or cultivate ginseng roots, or who obtain ginseng roots for their own personal use; (4) Export Certificate. A document issued to al ow the export or shipment of ginseng out of the state by certifying that the ginseng covered by the document was legal y col ected or (5) Five Year Old Wild Ginseng Plant. Any wild ginseng plant having at least three prongs (five- leaflet leaves) or, in the absence of leaves, having at least four discernible bud scars plus (6) Inspector. An employee of the Department or any other person authorized by the Commissioner to enforce the Plant Protection and Conservation Act and the rules (7) Person. Individual, corporation, partnership, firm, or association; (8) Record of Ginseng Purchases. A document completed by a ginseng dealer on a form provided by the Department to record ginseng purchases; (9) Record of Harvest Season Collection. A document completed and signed by a col ector of wild ginseng and by an Inspector, certifying that the ginseng covered by the document was legally collected during the harvest season; and (10) Statement Indicating Legal Collection of Ginseng from One's Own Land. A document completed and signed by a person verifying that the wild col ected ginseng being sold was collected from that person's own land. (b) Purpose. The purpose of this Rule is to regulate trade in ginseng in North Carolina, to obtain federal approval for the export of ginseng from the state, to support the ginseng trade within the state, and to protect the species from over-collection and extinction. (1) Harvest Season for the Col ection of Ginseng. The ginseng harvest season shall be from (2) Size of Collected Plants. Collection of any wild ginseng plant not meeting the definition of a five year old wild ginseng plant is prohibited except for the purpose of replanting; (3) Replanting of Ginseng. All persons collecting ginseng from the wild shall plant the seeds of col ected plants within 100 feet of where the plants are located. Ginseng seeds may be collected from the wild for replanting to a different location only if the plant bearing the seeds is not also col ected in the same harvest season; (4) Any person collecting wild ginseng on the lands of another for any purpose shall, at time of collection, have on his or her person written permission from the landowner, as required under G.S. 106-202.19(a)(1); and (5) Possession of freshly dug ginseng on the lands of another shall constitute prima facie evidence that the ginseng was taken from the same land on which the col ector was (d) Purchase, Collection and Sale of Ginseng: (1) Ginseng Dealer Permits. All ginseng dealers shall obtain a permit from the Plant Industry Division of the Department prior to purchasing ginseng. Permits shall be valid from July 1 or the date of issue, whichever is later, to the following June 30. No ginseng shal be purchased by a ginseng dealer without a current permit; (2) Fees. A ginseng dealer shall pay the following fee for a permit: (A) Resident unlimited quantity - $100.00 (B) Resident limited (up to 100 pounds per license period) - $50.00 (C) Non-resident - $500.00; (3) Buying Season for Ginseng. The buying season for wild or wild-simulated green ginseng is September 1 through March 31. The buying season for wild or wild-simulated dry ginseng is September 15 through March 31. To buy wild col ected ginseng outside of this buying season a ginseng dealer must obtain from the collector either: (A) a completed Statement Indicating Legal Collection of Ginseng from One's Own Land; or (B) a Record of Harvest Season Collection completed by the collector and signed by an Inspector; (4) Purchase Records. Every ginseng dealer shall keep a record of each purchase of ginseng collected or grown in North Carolina on the applicable Record of Ginseng Purchases provided by the Department. Forms from previous years, copies, or any forms other than those provided by the Department for the current permit period shal not be used. Records of Ginseng Purchases shall be made available for inspection by an Inspector and applicable records shall be surrendered to an Inspector upon issuance of an Export Certificate or upon request. The applicable Statement Indicating Legal Collection of Ginseng from One's Own Land or Record of Harvest Season Collection shall be attached to any Record of Ginseng Purchases recording a purchase of wild collected ginseng col ected outside of the harvest season or bought outside of the buying season; (5) Purchase of Ginseng from Other Ginseng Dealers. (A) All ginseng dealers who purchase ginseng from other ginseng dealers located in North Carolina shall purchase only from those ginseng dealers that have valid dealer permits. Such purchases shall be recorded in a Record of Dealer-Dealer Transactions. Ginseng purchased from ginseng dealers who lack valid permits shall not be certified for export or shipment out of the state. (B) Each dealer shall submit copies of purchase records monthly between September 1 and March 31. Annual dealer reports shall be provided to the Department at the end of the purchase season. The report must be submitted no later than April 30. (C) A copy of end of season weight receipt shall be provided to the Department for any ginseng roots possessed by a dealer at the end of the buying season. The receipt must be retained by the dealer and presented at the time of any future certification of the ginseng for export; (6) Exportation and Shipment of Ginseng. Al persons who have ginseng in any quantity and wish to export or ship any amount out of the state shall obtain an export certificate from an Inspector. There shal be no charge for an export certification. To obtain an export certificate a person must have accurate records of his purchases, present and surrender the original Record of Ginseng Purchases upon issuance of an export certificate and possess a valid ginseng dealer's permit; and (7) Importation of Ginseng. All ginseng imported into North Carolina from other states must obtain the appropriate certificates from the state of origin, which must be presented to a Department representative at the time of inspection. (e) Cultivation and Sale of Cultivated Ginseng. (1) Buying season for Cultivated Ginseng. Cultivated Ginseng may be sold at any time during the year provided that the grower's ginseng has been certified as Cultivated Ginseng; and (2) Certifying Cultivated Ginseng. Cultivated Ginseng certified by a Department representative may be dug or sold any time during the year and does not require a state export certificate, as long as a copy of the certification records accompany the ginseng. History Note: Authority G.S. 106-202.15; 106-202.21; Eff. June 30, 1981; Amended Eff. July 3, 2012; December 1, 2010; April 1, 2003; July 1, 1998; August 1, 1990; May 1, 1984. 02 NCAC 48F .0306 COLLECTION AND SALE OF VENUS FLYTRAP
(1) Any person collecting Venus Flytraps on the lands of another shall, at time of collection, have on their person written permission from the landowner, as required under G.S. 106- (2) Possession of freshly dug Venus Flytraps on the lands of another shal constitute prima facie evidence that the plants were taken from the same land on which the col ector was (b) Sale of flytraps: Lawfully collected flytraps may be sold in accordance with 02 NCAC 48F .0402. History Note: Authority G.S. 106-202.15; Eff. June 1, 1991; Amended Eff. December 1, 2010; July 1, 1998. SECTION .0400 - COLLECTION: PROPAGATION AND MOVEMENT OF ENDANGERED AND
THREATENED PLANT SPECIES
02 NCAC 48F .0401 DEFINITIONS
(a) "Department" means the North Carolina Department of Agriculture. (b) "Horticulturally" means grown from seed or by vegetative propagation of cuttings or meristem (c) "Inspector" means an employee of the North Carolina Department of Agriculture or any other person authorized by the Commissioner to enforce these Regulations. (d) "Nursery" means any place where any plants are propagated or grown to be offered. (e) "Nursery Certificate or Certificate of Plant Inspection" means a document issued by the North Carolina Department of Agriculture or the appropriate plant pest regulatory agency of any other state which declares that the nursery named on the certificate has been inspected and found apparently free (f) "Offer" means to sell, barter, trade, exchange, export, or to offer for sale, barter, trade, exchange or export or give away for any purpose including advertising or other promotional purposes. (g) "Person" means an individual, corporation, partnership, firm, or association. (h) "Protected Plant Propagator" means a person who has obtained initial plants and has demonstrated that all plants to be offered have been propagated and grown horticulturally. (i) "Plant" means any member of the plant kingdom, including cuttings, roots, fruits, seeds, propagules (j) "Protected Plant Permit" means a document authorizing the col ection, movement and possession of a controlled number of any protected plant or their propagules for scientific research, conservation (k) "Special Concern-Vulnerable (SC-V)" means any species or higher taxon of plant which is likely to become a threatened species within the foreseeable future. (l) "Special Concern-Historical (SC-H)" means any species or higher taxon of plant that occurred in North Carolina at one time, but for which al known populations are currently considered to be either historical (m) "Rescue" means the col ection and movement of any endangered or threatened plant as an ultimate attempt to save the plants from being destroyed. History Note: Authority G.S. 106-202.15; Eff. April 8, 1981; Amended Eff. December 1, 2010; May 1, 1984. 02 NCAC 48F .0402 PROTECTED PLANT PROPAGATION
(a) Persons within the State of North Carolina who wish to propagate or offer any protected plant species shall make application to the Department pursuant to 02 NCAC 48F .0407 for a permit to: (b) Applicants must meet the following criteria: (1) Identify the source of the initial stock of plants used for propagation; (2) Demonstrate that all protected plants to be offered have been nursery propagated and (3) Allow for a yearly inspection of site and facilities where protected plants are grown or stored for offer. All applicable nursery regulations and requirements must also be met at the time of obtaining protected plant permits. In addition to the yearly inspection, the site and facilities must be made available for inspection at any other time at the request of the North Carolina Department of Agriculture; (4) The person or persons offering protected plants shall maintain records of all acquisitions for the length of time these plants are in his possession. Such records shall be available for inspection by the Department and recorded on the permits or certificates of origin; (5) At the time of inspection, the person who has made application to offer any protected plant or plants shall identify each species to be offered by common and scientific name as found in the current edition of "The Manual of Vascular Flora of the Carolinas" or, if not found in this edition, as identified by the American Society of Plant Taxonomists. Each species to be offered shal be listed on a protected plant permit and only those species listed shall be offered. Offering plants not listed is grounds for revocation of the protected plant permit and other remedies under the law. History Note: Authority G.S. 106-202.15; 106-202.19; Eff. April 8, 1981; Amended Eff. December 1, 2010; May 1, 1984. 02 NCAC 48F .0403 MOVEMENT AND SALE OF SPECIAL CONCERN
02 NCAC 48F .0404 DUPLICATION OF SPECIAL CONCERN PERMITS
History Note: Authority G.S. 106-202.12 through 106-202.19;
Eff. April 8, 1981; Amended Eff. May 1, 1984; Repealed Eff. December 1, 2010. 02 NCAC 48F .0405 OUT-OF-STATE SHIPMENTS: ENDANGERED AND THREATENED PLANTS
Every carload, box package, shipment or other container of endangered and threatened plant or plants on the North Carolina list or any state or federal list originating outside of North Carolina and being moved into North Carolina for delivery or resale must be accompanied by satisfactory documentation asserting that the endangered and threatened plant or plants of each species were legally collected, propagated or grown in compliance with the regulations or laws of the state, country of origin, or U.S. Government. The shipment must bear the name and address of the shipper. Any endangered or threatened plants not meeting these requirements when found wil be subject to stop-sale. History Note: Authority G.S. 106-202.12 through 106-202.19; Eff. April 8, 1981; Amended Eff. May 1, 1984. 02 NCAC 48F .0406 MOVEMENT FOR CONSERVATION PURPOSES
History Note: Authority G.S. 106-202.12 through 106-202.19;
Eff. April 8, 1981; Amended Eff. May 1, 1984; Repealed Eff. December 1, 2010. 02 NCAC 48F .0407 PROTECTED PLANT PERMITS; CERTIFICATE OF ORIGIN
(a) Protected Plant Permits. Protected Plant Permits are required for the following activities involving plants or plant parts of any species found on the protected plant list: (1) collection or removal from the wild (including for scientific or rescue purposes); (2) propagation or offering of plants or plant parts for sale; (3) planting, introducing, or reintroducing protected plants or plant parts into non-garden (b) Protected plant permits may be requested from the North Carolina Department of Agriculture, Plant (c) All permitted activities must be in compliance with all other state or federal laws. (d) Exempt Activities. Protected Plant Permits are not required for the following activities: (1) purchase of protected plant species from nurseries or dealers who hold necessary permits; (2) activities al owed under other existing state laws and regulations; (3) collection or removal of plants from one's own land; (4) propagation or sale of plants covered by a current certificate of origin. (e) Certificate of Origin. A Certificate of Origin shall be issued upon request to anyone selling or distributing any protected plant species legally acquired in-state or from out-of-state. A Certificate of Origin shall be issued only once, and shall be renewed each year at the time of the nursery inspection, as long as the holder of the certificate is maintaining the same stock of plants and as long as the conditions on the Certificate of Origin are being maintained. A new Certificate must be issued at the time of inspection if new plant stock is acquired. A Certificate may also be issued for protected plants that were originally collected from one's own land and are being propagated for sale. The Certificate shall include: (2) The fol owing statement: "I hereby certify that the NC listed species in my possession are nursery propagated and not wild collected in NC, unless by permit, for sale, barter, or (3) The name and address of the nursery; (4) A list of protected species for sale and source(s) of plant material for each species. (f) Protected Plant Permit Fees. Approved permit requests to collect plants or plant parts from the wild will be assessed fees for each collection event if such collection is anticipated or is likely to have the potential to generate income. A fifty dollar ($50.00) fee will be applied per species, or two hundred dol ars ($200.00) for each col ection if Department staff make the col ection on behalf of the permittee. (g) Information Requirements for Protected Plant Permit Applications. All applicants must provide the (1) applicant's full name, mailing address, telephone number(s); (2) if the applicant is an individual, the date of birth and any institutional affiliation related to (3) if the applicant is a corporation, firm, partnership, association, institution, or public or private agency, the name and address of the president or principle officer and full names and addresses of any representatives who will serve as agents during the project; (4) the scientific name of the species and the number of plants to be covered by the permit; (5) the reason for the application and a description of the work to be carried out, including the proposed method of obtaining the species; (6) location where the requested activity is to take place and the location where the plants or (7) any additional justification and supporting documentation requested by North Carolina Department of Agriculture, Plant Industry Division representatives; (8) proposed start and ending date of permit. History Note: Authority G.S. 106-202.15; Eff. April 8, 1981; Amended Eff. December 1, 2010; May 1, 1984. 02 NCAC 48F .0408 CRITERIA FOR APPROVAL PLANT CONSERVATION PERMITS
History Note: Authority G.S. 106-202.12 through 106-202.19;
Eff. April 8, 1981; Repealed Eff. December 1, 2010. 02 NCAC 48F .0409 EMERGENCY PROCEDURES FOR RESCUE OPERATIONS
In emergency rescue operations a verbal permit may be acquired. This permit shall be issued when an emergency exists, there is insufficient time to issue a written permit, and the criteria for issuing and complying with a permit are followed. History Note: Authority G.S. 106-202.12 through 106-202.19; Eff. April 8, 1981; Amended Eff. December 1, 2010. 02 NCAC 48F .0410 CRITERIA FOR ISSUANCE OF PROTECTED PLANT PERMITS
The proposed justification for a permit will be evaluated using the following criteria as appropriate: (1) the status of the species in North Carolina; (2) the status of the population from which the plants are to be collected or removed; (3) the amount of plant material to be collected; (4) the conditions under which the plants will be collected or removed; (5) the proposed use of the plant material; (6) known threats to the species; (7) where the plant material will be deposited; (8) the need for their rescue; (9) estimation of how the proposed activity is likely to affect or enhance the survival of the species; (10) policy set forth in the Plant Protection and Conservation Act and by previous Board decisions; (11) that the proponent has obtained and can document satisfactory evidence that plants can be legally obtained (for example, written permission from the owner or agent of the land from which the affected species is to be removed. History Note: Authority G.S. 106-202.15; 02 NCAC 48F .0411 ISSUANCE OF PROTECTED PLANT PERMITS
Upon receipt of a properly executed application, a permit shal be issued unless: (1) the applicant has been assessed a penalty or convicted of any provision of any statute related to the activity for which the application is requested; (2) the applicant has failed to disclose information or material required or requested, or has made false statements in connection with the application; (3) the applicant has failed to demonstrate a valid justification for the permit and a showing of (4) authorization of the permit requested potentially threatens a protected plant species population or (5) applicant has failed to pay any required fees; (6) applicant has failed to submit timely, accurate, or valid reports as required under permit; or (7) NCDA&CS finds through further inquiry that the applicant is not qualified. History Note: Authority G.S. 106-202.15; 02 NCAC 48F .0412 CONDITIONS OF PERMIT ISSUANCE AND ACCEPTANCE
(a) Any person or entity granted a permit under these provisions acknowledges the need to maintain appropriate records related to the permitted activity, as specified on the permit. (b) By accepting the permit, the permittee consents to and shal al ow entry by agents or employees of the Department upon the premises where the permitted activity or permitted material resides at any reasonable hour to inspect the location, records, and materials pertinent to the permit. (c) The permit holder agrees to abide by any terms and conditions set forth in the permit. History Note: Authority G.S. 106-202.15; 02 NCAC 48F .0413 AMENDMENT OF PERMITS
(a) Permittee request. If circumstances change, an existing permit holder can request to modify the terms and conditions of their permit. Any necessary supporting documentation and justification shal be provided to the Department to make proposed amendments. (b) The Department reserves the right to amend permits whenever the facts set forth in the permit application have changed or the circumstances which provided the justification for the issuance of the permit have changed. History Note: Authority G.S. 106-202.15; SECTION .0500 - FORMS
02 NCAC 48F .0501 DESIGNATIONS
02 NCAC 48F .0502 FORM PC-1
02 NCAC 48F .0503 FORM PC-2
02 NCAC 48F .0504 FORM PC-3
04 NCAC 48F .0505 FORM PC-4
02 NCAC 48F .0506 FORM PC-5
02 NCAC 48F .0507 FORM PC-6
History Note: Authority G.S. 106-202.12 through 106-202.19;
Eff. April 8, 1981; Amended Eff. September 1, 1991; August 1, 1990; May 1, 1984; June 30, 1981; Repealed Eff. December 1, 2010. SECTION .0500 - FORMS
02 NCAC 48F .0501 DESIGNATIONS
The forms used by the plant protection section in plant protection and conservation activities wil be known by the fol owing title and numerical designations: (1) application for a protected plant permit - PC-1; (2) protected plant conservation certificate - PC-2; (3) protected plant propagation certificate - PC-3; (4) protected plant permit and record - PC-4; (5) protected plant commerce permit - PC-5; (6) special concern endangered and threatened plant compliance agreement - PC-6. (7) application for a ginseng dealer's permit - PC-7; (8) record of wild col ected ginseng purchases - PC-8; (9) record of cultivated ginseng purchases - PC-9; (10) ginseng export certificate - PC-10; (12) record of dealer-dealer transactions - PC-12; (13) statement indicating legal collection of ginseng from one's own land - PC-13; (14) record of harvest season col ection - PC-14. History Note: Authority G.S. 106-202.15; Eff. April 8, 1981; Amended Eff. September 1, 1991; August 1, 1990; May 1, 1984; June 30, 1981. 02 NCAC 48F .0502 FORM PC-1
Form PC-1 is an application for a protected plant permit. The following information is required: (1) The scientific name of the species and the number of plants to be covered by the permit; (2) The reason for the application and a description of the work to be carried out with the plants; (3) The location where the plants will be held; (4) The method of obtaining the species; (5) The exact location and ownership of the land from which the species will be collected; (6) The name, address, and telephone number of the applicant; (7) The institution or firm with which the applicant is associated; (8) The signature of the applicant and the date of signing. History Note: Authority G.S. 106-202.12 through 106-202.19; Eff. April 8, 1981; Amended Eff. May 1, 1984. 02 NCAC 48F .0503 FORM PC-2
Form PC-2 is the protected plant conservation certificate issued for the collection and movement of a control ed number of any endangered and threatened plants for scientific or rescue purposes. The (1) The applicant's name; (2) A date of expiration; (3) The permit is signed by the Plant Pest Administrator, Plant Industry Division, North Carolina History Note: Authority G.S. 106-202.12 through 106-202.19; Eff. April 8, 1981; Amended Eff. May 1, 1984. 02 NCAC 48F .0504 FORM PC-3
Form PC-3 is a protected plant propagation certificate issued to qualified nurseries and individuals for the col ection, movement and propagation of control ed numbers of special concern endangered or threatened species. The following information is on the certificate: (1) The applicant's name; (2) A date of expiration; (3) The permit is signed by the Plant Pest Administrator, Plant Industry Division, North Carolina History Note: Authority G.S. 106-202.12 through 106-202.19; Eff. April 8, 1981; Amended Eff. May 1, 1984. 02 NCAC 48F .0505 FORM PC-4
Form PC-4 is a protected plant permit and record. The following information is required: (1) The scientific name of the species and the number of plants in possession; (2) The original source of the plants; (3) The use of the plants; (4) The date; (5) The name, address, and telephone number of the applicant; (6) The institution or firm applicant is associated with; (7) The signature of the applicant. History Note: Authority G.S. 106-202.12 through 106-202.19; Eff. April 8, 1981; Amended Eff. May 1, 1984. 02 NCAC 48F .0506 FORM PC-5
Form PC-5 is the permit issued to authorize the offering of special concern endangered or threatened plant species which have been legally obtained and propagated. The following information is required: (1) An expiration date; (2) The plant species for which the permit is issued; (3) The plant part for which the permit is issued; (4) The quantity of the plant for which the permit is issued; (5) The permit is signed by the Commissioner, North Carolina Department of Agriculture. History Note: Authority G.S. 106-202.12 through 106-202.19; Eff. April 8, 1981; Amended Eff. May 1, 1984. 02 NCAC 48F .0507 FORM PC-6
Form PC-6 is a compliance agreement for the authorization to reproduce special concern endangered and threatened plant commerce permits. The following information is required: (1) The name, address, and location of establishment signing the agreement; (2) Signature of the owner or a representative of the establishment; (3) The agreement is signed by the Plant Pest Administrator, Plant Industry Division, North Carolina History Note: Authority G.S. 106-202.12 through 106-202.19; Eff. April 8, 1981; Amended Eff. May 1, 1984. 02 NCAC 48F .0508 FORM PC-7
02 NCAC 48F .0509 FORM PC-8
02 NCAC 48F .0510 FORM PC-9
02 NCAC 48F .0511 FORM PC-10
History Note: Authority G.S. 106-202.12 through 106-202.19;
Eff. June 30, 1981; Amended Eff. August 1, 1990; May 1, 1984; Repealed Eff. December 1, 2010. 02 NCAC 48F .0508 FORM PC-7
Form PC-7 is the application for a ginseng dealer's permit and is issued to ginseng dealers who wish to purchase ginseng after June 1 of each year. The following information is required: (1) The company name, name of owner, manager or agent, address and telephone number of the ginseng (2) The location of ginseng records and roots; (3) Names of agents representing the dealer; (4) Signature of ginseng dealer and date of signing. History Note: Authority G.S. 106-202.15; Eff. June 30, 1981; Amended Eff. August 1, 1990. 02 NCAC 48F .0509 FORM PC-8
Form PC-8 is the record of wild col ected ginseng purchases to be completed by ginseng dealers. The (1) A sheet number corresponding to the number of wild collected ginseng purchase records completed by the ginseng dealer in that harvest season; (2) The year in which the harvest season begins; (3) The ginseng dealer's name and address; (4) A record number for each purchase on a sheet; (5) The date the ginseng is purchased; (6) The name, address and telephone number of the collector of the ginseng purchased; (7) The amount of green or dry ginseng purchased, in pounds and ounces; (8) The counties in which the ginseng roots were collected; (9) Form PC-8 is signed and dated by the ginseng dealer certifying that the records are accurate and that all ginseng purchased was collected legally. History Note: Authority G.S. 106-202.15; Eff. June 30, 1981; Amended Eff. August 1, 1990. 02 NCAC 48F .0510 FORM PC-9
Form PC-9 is the record of cultivated ginseng purchases to be completed by ginseng dealers. The (1) A sheet number corresponding to the number of cultivated ginseng purchase records completed by the (2) The year in which the harvest season begins; (3) The ginseng dealer's name and address; (4) A record number for each purchase on a sheet; (5) The date the ginseng is purchased; (6) The name, address and telephone number of the cultivator of the ginseng; (7) The amount of ginseng purchased, in pounds and ounces; (8) The nursery and nursery certificate number, if any, where the ginseng was cultivated; (9) Form PC-9 is signed and dated by the ginseng dealer certifying that the records are accurate and that the History Note: Authority G.S. 106-202.15; 02 NCAC 48F .0511 FORM PC-10
Form PC-10 is the ginseng export certificate issued to ginseng dealers for export or shipment out of state of legally collected or cultivated roots. The following information is required: (1) Certificate number, assigned by the Department; (2) Dealer permit number; (3) Dealer's shipment number for that harvest season; (4) The total amount of ginseng covered by this certificate, in pounds and ounces stated in both numerals (5) Whether the ginseng is wild or cultivated; (6) Whether the ginseng is green or dry; (7) The purchase dates of the ginseng covered by this certificate; (8) The name and address of the ginseng dealer; (9) The purchase record sheet numbers of the ginseng covered by this certificate; and (10) Form PC-10 is signed by the Director, Plant Industry Division, the ginseng dealer and the inspector History Note: Authority G.S. 106-202.15; Eff. June 30, 1981; Amended Eff. August 1, 1990; May 1, 1984. 02 NCAC 48F .0512 FORM PC-11
02 NCAC 48F .0513 FORM PC-12
02 NCAC 48F .0514 FORM PC-13
02 NCAC 48F .0515 FORM PC-14
History Note: Authority G.S. 106-202.12 through 106-202.19;
Authority G.S. 106-202.15; Eff. August 1, 1990; Repealed Eff. December 1, 2010. 02 NCAC 48F .0512 FORM PC-11
Form PC-11 is a permit issued to a ginseng dealer who has met requirements as established in G.S. 106-202.12 - 202.22 and 2 NCAC 10G .0100 through .0500. The permit number wil be used to identify shipments for which export documents are issued. The fol owing information is required: (1) Permit number; (2) Date of issuance; (3) Expiration date; (4) Company name and address of the ginseng dealer; (5) Signature of the Director, Plant Industry Division, North Carolina Department of Agriculture. History Note: Authority G.S. 106-202.15; 02 NCAC 48F .0513 FORM PC-12
Form PC-12 is the record of dealer-dealer transactions to be completed by ginseng dealers for purchases of ginseng from other dealers. The following information is required: (1) A sheet number corresponding to the number of dealer-dealer ginseng purchase records completed by the purchasing ginseng dealer in that harvest season; (2) The year in which the harvest season begins; (3) The name and address of the purchasing ginseng dealer; (4) A record number for each purchase on a sheet; (5) The date the ginseng is purchased; (6) The name of the dealer selling the ginseng; (7) The selling ginseng dealer's permit number; (8) The amount of green or dry ginseng purchased, in pounds and ounces; (9) The purchase record sheet numbers of the seller covering the original purchases of the ginseng; (10) Form PC-12 is signed and dated by the purchasing ginseng dealer certifying that the records are accurate and that the ginseng was legally collected. History Note: Authority G.S. 106-202.15; 02 NCAC 48F .0514 FORM PC-13
Form PC-13 is the statement indicating legal collection of ginseng from one's own land and is completed by col ectors who col ect wild ginseng from their own property between April 1 and September 1. The (1) Date ginseng is sold; (2) Amount of green and dry ginseng sold, in pounds and ounces; (3) Exact location of land where this ginseng was dug; (4) Seller's name and address; (5) Seller's signature and date signed. History Note: Authority G.S. 106-202.15; 02 NCAC 48F .0515 FORM PC-14
Form PC-14 is the record of harvest season collection issued by an inspector to a collector for wild ginseng collected between September 1 and April 1 but not sold by April 1. The following information is (1) Amount of green and dry ginseng, in pounds and ounces; (2) Collector's signature and date signed; (3) Inspector's signature and date signed. History Note: Authority G.S. 106-202.15;

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