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Arabis perstellata occurs on slopes composed of calcium carbonate, calcium, or limestone in moderately moist to almost dry forests (see proposed rule 69 FR 4274 for further information on habitat requirements).
Arabis perstellata is presently known from 42 populations in two separate sections of the Interior Low Plateaus Physiographic Province--the Blue Grass Section (Kentucky) and the Central Basin Section (Tennessee).
Arabis perstellata is vulnerable to extinction because of its very small range, low abundance, and declining number of populations.
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