COSEWIC assessment and status report on the flooded jellyskin, Leptogium rivulare, in Canada: CW69-14/391-2016E-PDF

"Since the 2004 COSEWIC assessment of the Flooded Jellyskin, significant search effort has improved our knowledge of its distribution and abundance in central and eastern Ontario, and surveys have expanded its known range into southwestern Quebec, northern Ontario, and southeastern Manitoba. Furthermore, its known range in southern Ontario has been extended west to southern Grey and Bruce Counties, and north to Algonquin Provincial Park. The occurrence from a historical site at Temagami was also confirmed”--Preface, p. xi.

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Title COSEWIC assessment and status report on the flooded jellyskin, Leptogium rivulare, in Canada
Publication Type Monograph
Language [English]
Other Language Editions [French]
Format Electronic
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Note Issued also in French under title: Évaluation et rapport de situation du COSEPAC sur le leptoge des terrains inondés, Leptogium rivulare, au Canada. Cover title. "Special concern, 2015." "COSEWIC would like to acknowledge Samuel R. Brinker ... [et al.] for writing the status report [...]. This report was overseen and edited by David Richardson, Cochair of the COSEWIC Mosses and Lichens Subcommittee"--Cf. (p. ii).
Date c2015.
Number of Pages xii, 48 p. :
ISBN 978-1-100-25388-6
Catalogue Number
  • CW69-14/391-2016E-PDF
Subject Terms Endangered species, Fungi, Nature conservation