Reports and References

for Triteleia howellii (Howell's triteleia)

Reports from BC Conservation Data Centre

BC Species Summary


BC Conservation Status Report

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Mapped Known Locations

Reports from Other Databases

E-Flora BC: Atlas of the Plants of British Columbia


Environment Canada's Species at Risk Website


Global Comprehensive Report (NatureServe Explorer)

Status Report

COSEWIC. 2003w. COSEWIC assessment and status report on Howell's triteleia Triteleia howellii in Canada. Comm. on the Status of Endangered Wildl. in Can. Ottawa. vii + 16 pp.


Douglas, G.W., and J.L. Penny. 2003. Status Report on Howell's Triteleia, Triteleia howellii, in Canada. Unpubl. rep. submitted to the Comm. on the Status of Endangered Wildl. in Can. Ottawa. 21pp.

Recovery and Management Plans

B.C. Ministry of Environment. Recovery Planning in BC. B.C. Minist. Environ. Victoria, BC.


Parks Canada Agency. 2006b. Recovery Strategy for Multi-Species at Risk in Garry Oak Woodlands in Canada. In: Species at Risk Act Recovery Strategy Series. Ottawa: Parks Canada Agency. 58pp.

Other Related References

Douglas, G.W., and J.L. Penny. 2004. Conservation evaluation of Howell's Triteleia, Triteleia howellii, an endangered lily in Canada. Can. Field-Nat. 118(2): 174-178.


Douglas, G.W., D. Meidinger, and J. Penny. 2002. Rare Native Vascular Plants of British Columbia, 2nd ed. B.C. Conserv. Data Centre, Terrestrial Inf. Branch, Victoria. 358pp.


Douglas, G.W., D. Meidinger, and J. Pojar, eds. 2001. Illustrated Flora of British Columbia, Vol. 6, Monocotyledons (Acoraceae through Najadaceae). B.C. Minist. Environ., Lands and Parks, and B.C. Minist. For., Victoria, BC. 361pp.


Garry Oak Ecosystems Recovery Team. 2003. Triteleia howellii. In: Species at risk in Garry oak and associated ecosystems in British Columbia. Garry Oak Ecosystems Recovery Team, Victoria, British Columbia.


Roemer, H., and M. Fairbarns. 2003. Red and Blue Listed Plants of the Somenos Garry Oak Protected Area. Rep. prepared for the Garry Oak Ecosystem Recovery Team.


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