Wild species 2015: CW70-7/2015E-PDF
the general status of species in Canada /
“Wild Species 2015 is the fourth report of the series after 2000, 2005, and 2010. The aim of the Wild Species series is to provide an overview on which species occur in Canada, in which provinces, territories or ocean regions they occur, and what their status is. Each species assessed in this report received a rank among the following categories: Presumed Extirpated (X), Possibly Extirpated (H), Critically Imperiled (1), Imperiled (2), Vulnerable (3), Apparently Secure (4), Secure (5), Unrankable (U), Unranked (NR) or Not Applicable (NA). In the Wild Species 2015 report, the conservation status of 29 848 species has been assessed in Canada among 34 different taxonomic groups: selected macrofungi, macrolichens, bryophytes, vascular plants, sponges, corals, freshwater bivalves, terrestrial and freshwater snails and slugs, spiders, mayflies, dragonflies and damselflies, stoneflies, grasshoppers and relatives, lacewings, beetles, ants, bees, yellowjacket wasps, caddisflies, moths and butterflies, scorpionflies, black flies, mosquitoes, horse flies, bee flies, flower flies, decapods, sea cucumbers, sea urchins, fishes, amphibians, reptiles, birds, and mammals”--Provided by publisher.
|Department/Agency||Environment and Climate Change Canada. Department of Fisheries and Oceans. National General Status Working Group.|
|Title||Wild species 2015|
|Subtitle||the general status of species in Canada /|
|Other Language Editions||[French]|
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|Note||Issued also in French under title: Espèces sauvages 2015 : la situation générale des espèces au Canada. Cover title. The National General Status Working Group is composed of representatives from each of the Canadian provinces and territories and of the three federal agencies whose mandate includes wildlife (Canadian Wildlife Service of Environment and Climate Change Canada, Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Parks Canada). Cf. p. 7.|
|Number of Pages||v, 128 p. :|
|Subject Terms||Biological diversity, Endangered species, Invasive species, Nature conservation, Wildlife management|
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