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Recovery strategy for the Spalding’s campion (Silene spaldingii) in Canada: En3-4/254-2017E-PDF
"The Canadian population of Spalding’s Campion (Silene spaldingii) was assessed as Endangered in May 2005 by the Committee on the Status of Endangered Wildlife in Canada (COSEWIC), and in February 2010 the species was listed on Schedule 1 as Endangered under Canada’s Species at Risk Act (SARA). Spalding’s Campion is a perennial herb in the Caryophyllaceae family (Pinks), and is endemic to Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, and southeastern British Columbia (B.C.). The population and distribution objectives for Spalding’s Campion in Canada are to maintain, and where appropriate, increase the abundance of Spalding’s Campion occurrences throughout its range in Canada, including any new occurrences that are identified. Broad strategies to address threats to the survival and recovery of Spalding’s Campion are presented"--Executive summary, p. iv.
|Department/Agency||Environment and Climate Change Canada.|
|Title||Recovery strategy for the Spalding’s campion (Silene spaldingii) in Canada|
|Series Title||Species at Risk Act recovery strategy series|
|Publication Type||Series - View Master Record|
|Other Language Editions||[French]|
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|Note||Issued also in French under title: Programme de rétablissement du silène de Spalding (Silene spaldingii) au Canada. Cover title.|
|Number of Pages||vi, 26 p. :|
|Subject Terms||Endangered species, Wild plants, Nature conservation|
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