Recovery strategy for the branched bartonia (Bartonia paniculata ssp. paniculata) in Canada .: En3-4/283-2017E-PDF

"Branched Bartonia is an annual herb that typically grows with Sphagnum moss, in open wetlands. Branched Bartonia was designated as Threatened by the Committee on the Status of Endangered Wildlife in Canada (COSEWIC) in 2003, and is ranked as Threatened by the province of Ontario and the federal Species at Risk Act (SARA). The population and distribution objective for this species is to maintain, and where feasible, increase the distribution and abundance of Branched Bartonia at extant local populations in Canada. Critical habitat for Branched Bartonia is fully identified in this recovery strategy due to meeting the population and distribution objective, and is based on habitat occupancy and habitat suitability. Broad strategies to be taken to address the threats to the survival and recovery of this species are also presented”--Executive summary, p. iv.

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Department/Agency Canada. Environment and Climate Change Canada.
Title Recovery strategy for the branched bartonia (Bartonia paniculata ssp. paniculata) in Canada .
Series title Species at Risk Act, recovery strategy series
Publication type Series - View Master Record
Language [English]
Other language editions [French]
Format Electronic
Electronic document
Note(s) Issued also in French under title: Programme de rétablissement de la bartonie paniculée (Bartonia paniculata ssp. paniculata) au Canada
Cover title.
Prepared by: Talena Kraus ... [et al.]. Cf. Acknowledgments.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 24-26).
Publishing information Ottawa : Environment and Climate Change Canada, 2017.
Author / Contributor Kraus, Talena,1976-
Description vii, 27 p. : maps (some col.)
ISBN 978-0-660-24435-8
Catalogue number
  • En3-4/283-2017E-PDF
Subject terms Endangered species
Wild plants
Nature conservation
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