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The COSEWIC Summaries of Terrestrial Species Eligible for Addition or Reclassification on Schedule 1 - January 2017

The following section presents a brief summary of the reasons for the COSEWIC status designation of individual species, and their biology, threats, distribution and other information. For a more comprehensive explanation of the conservation status of an individual species, please refer to the COSEWIC status report for that species, also available on the Species at Risk Public Registry.

or contact:
COSEWIC Secretariat
c/o Canadian Wildlife Service
Environment and Climate Change Canada
Ottawa ON  K1A 0H3

Table of contents

  1. Baikal Sedge [HTML]
  2. Bear's-foot Sanicle [HTML]
  3. Blue-grey Taildropper [HTML]
  4. Colicroot [HTML]
  5. Common Hoptree [HTML]
  6. Flooded Jellyskin [HTML]
  7. Hoptree Borer [HTML]
  8. Lake Erie Watersnake [HTML]
  9. Lake Huron Grasshopper [HTML]
  10. Louisiana Waterthrush [HTML]
  11. McCown's Longspur [HTML]
  12. Mountain Crab-eye [HTML]
  13. Nine-spotted Lady Beetle [HTML]
  14. Nuttall's Sheep Moth [HTML]
  15. Peary Caribou [HTML]
  16. Pygmy Pocket Moss [HTML]
  17. Pygmy Slug [HTML]
  18. Red Crossbill percnasubspecies [HTML]
  19. Sheathed Slug [HTML]
  20. Spiny Softshell [HTML]
  21. Unisexual Ambystoma (Jefferson Salamander dependant population) [HTML]
  22. Unisexual Ambystoma (Small-mouthed Salamander dependant population) [HTML]
  23. Western Yellow-bellied Racer [HTML]
  24. Wrinkled Shingle Lichen [HTML]
Introduction