Hedeoma todsenii (Todsen's pennyroyal)
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Small population size, wildfire, grazing, low reproduction rates, mineral exploration.
Study impacts of fire and erosion. Thinning of pinon-juniper by hand to reduce fuels. Develop ex-situ propagation methods and cryopreservation as insurance. Study pollinators. Monitor population trends. Study reproduction.
*New Mexico Native Plants Protection Advisory Committee. 1984. A handbook of rare and endemic plants of New Mexico. University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque.
*Irving, R.S. 1979. Hedeoma todsenii (Labiatae), a new and rare species from New Mexico. Madroño 26:184-187.
*U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. 2001. Todsen's pennyroyal (Hedeoma todsenii R.S. Irving) revised recovery plan. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, New Mexico Ecological Services Field Office, Albuquerque.