Recovery strategy for the dromedary jumping-slug (Hemphillia dromedarius) in Canada: En3-4/258-2017E-PDF

"Under the Accord for the Protection of Species at Risk (1996), the federal, provincial, and territorial governments agreed to work together on legislation, programs and policies to protect wildlife species at risk throughout Canada. In the spirit of cooperation of the Accord, the Government of British Columbia has given permission to the Government of Canada to adopt the Recovery Strategy for Dromedary Jumping-slug (Hemphillia dromedarius) in British Columbia (Part 2) under Section 44 of the Species at Risk Act (SARA). Parks Canada Agency has included a federal addition (Part 1) which completes the SARA requirements for this recovery strategy"--T.p.

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Department/Agency Parks Canada. Ministry of Environment.
Title Recovery strategy for the dromedary jumping-slug (Hemphillia dromedarius) in Canada
Series Title Species at Risk Act recovery strategy series, adopted under Section 44 of SARA
Publication Type Series - View Master Record
Language [English]
Other Language Editions [French]
Format Electronic
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Note Issued also in French under title: Programme de rétablissement de la limace-sauteuse dromadaire (Hemphillia dromedarius) au Canada.
Date 2017.
Number of Pages 40, vi, 31 p. :
ISBN 978-0-660-08928-7
Catalogue Number
  • En3-4/258-2017E-PDF
Subject Terms Endangered species, Molluscs, Nature conservation