50 CFR 17.11 - Endangered and threatened wildlife.

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§ 17.11 Endangered and threatened wildlife.
(a) The list in this section contains the names of all species of wildlife which have been determined by the Services to be Endangered or Threatened. It also contains the names of species of wildlife treated as Endangered or Threatened because they are sufficiently similar in appearance to Endangered or Threatened species (see § 17.50 et seq.).
(b) The columns entitled “Common Name,” “Scientific Name,” and “Vertebrate Population Where Endangered or Threatened” define the species of wildlife within the meaning of the Act. Thus, differently classified geographic populations of the same vertebrate subspecies or species shall be identified by their differing geographic boundaries, even though the other two columns are identical. The term “Entire” means that all populations throughout the present range of a vertebrate species are listed. Although common names are included, they cannot be relied upon for identification of any specimen, since they may vary greatly in local usage. The Services shall use the most recently accepted scientific name. In cases in which confusion might arise, a synonym(s) will be provided in parentheses. The Services shall rely to the extent practicable on the International Code of Zoological Nomenclature.
(c) In the “Status” column the following symbols are used: “E” for Endangered, “T” for Threatened, and “E [or T] (S/A)” for similarity of appearance species.
(d) The other data in the list are nonregulatory in nature and are provided for the information of the reader. In the annual revision and compilation of this title, the following information may be amended without public notice: the spelling of species' names, historical range, footnotes, references to certain other applicable portions of this title, synonyms, and more current names. In any of these revised entries, neither the species, as defined in paragraph (b) of this section, nor its status may be changed without following the procedures of part 424 of this title.
(e) The “historic range” indicates the known general distribution of the species or subspecies as reported in the current scientific literature. The present distribution may be greatly reduced from this historic range. This column does not imply any limitation on the application of the prohibitions in the Act or implementing rules. Such prohibitions apply to all individuals of the species, wherever found.
(f)
(1) A footnote to the Federal Register publication(s) listing or reclassifying a species is indicated under the column “When listed.” Footnote numbers to §§ 17.11 and 17.12 are in the same numerical sequence, since plants and animals may be listed in the same Federal Register document. That document, at least since 1973, includes a statement indicating the basis for the listing, as well as the effective date(s) of said listing.
(2) The “Special rules” and “Critical habitat” columns provide a cross reference to other sections in parts 17, 222, 226, or 227. The “Special rules” column will also be used to cite the special rules that describe experimental populations and determine if they are essential or nonessential. Separate listing will be made for experimental populations, and the status column will include the following symbols: “XE” for an essential experimental population and “XN” for a nonessential experimental population. The term “NA” (not applicable) appearing in either of these two columns indicates that there are no special rules and/or critical habitat for that particular species. However, all other appropriate rules in parts 17, 217 through 227, and 402 still apply to that species. In addition, there may be other rules in this title that relate to such wildlife, e.g., port-of-entry requirements. It is not intended that the references in the “Special rules” column list all the regulations of the two Services which might apply to the species or to the regulations of other Federal agencies or State or local governments.
(g) The listing of a particular taxon includes all lower taxonomic units. For example, the genus Hylobates (gibbons) is listed as Endangered throughout its entire range (China, India, and SE Asia); consequently, all species, subspecies, and populations of that genus are considered listed as Endangered for the purposes of the Act. In 1978 (43 FR 6230-6233) the species Haliaeetus leucocephalus (bald eagle) was listed as Threatened in “USA (WA, OR, MN, WI, MI)” rather than its entire population; thus, all individuals of the bald eagle found in those five States are considered listed as Threatened for the purposes of the Act.
(h) The “List of Endangered and Threatened Wildlife” is provided below:
Species Historic Range Vertebrate population where endangered or threatened Status When listed Critical habitat Special rules
Common name Scientific name
Symbols used in the four left columns:
“Do...” or “......do...”—(Ditto) indicates the entry is the same as the column entry directly above.
Symbols used in the “When listed” column:
A—Indicates a correction to the publication with the same “When listed” number.
D—Indicates FR where species was Delisted; relisting of the species is indicated by subsequent number(s).
E—Indicated Emergency rule publication (see FR document for effective dates); subsequent number(s) indicate FR final rule, if applicable, under “When listed”.
Mammals
Addax Addax nasomaculatus North Africa Entire E NA NA
Anoa, lowland Bubalus depressicornis Indonesia ......do E 3 NA NA
Anoa, mountain Bubalus quarlesi ......do ......do E 15 NA NA
Antelope, giant sable Hippotragus niger variani Angola ......do E 15 NA NA
Antelope, Tibetan Panthalops hodgsonii China, India, Nepal ......do E NA
Argali Ovis ammon Afganistan, China, India, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Mongolia, Nepal, Pakistan, Russia, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan Entire except Kyrgyzstan, Mongolia, and Tajikistan E 15, 475 NA NA
Do ......do ......do Kyrgyzstan, Mongolia, and Tajikistan T 15, 475 NA 17.40(j)
Armadillo, giant Priodontes maximus Venezuela and Guyana to Argentina Entire E 15 NA NA
Armadillo, pink fairy Chlamyphorus truncatus Argentina ......do E 3 NA NA
Ass, African wild Equus africanus Somalia, Sudan, Ethiopia ......do E 3, 22 NA NA
Ass, Asian wild Equus hemionus Southwestern and Central Asia ......do E 3 NA NA
Avahi Avahi laniger (=entire genus) Malagasy Republic (=Madagascar) ......do E 3 NA NA
Aye-aye Daubentonia madagascariensis ......do ......do E 3 NA NA
Babirusa Babyrousa babyrussa Indonesia ......do E 15 NA NA
Baboon, gelada Theropithecus gelada Ethiopia ......do T 16 NA 17.40(c)
Bandicoot, barred Perameles bougainville Australia ......do E 4 NA NA
Bandicoot, desert Perameles eremiana ......do ......do E 6 NA NA
Bandicoot, lesser rabbit Macrotis leucura ......do ......do E 4 NA NA
Bandicoot, pig-footed Chaeropus ecaudatus ......do ......do E 4 NA NA
Bandicoot, rabbit Macrotis lagotis ......do ......do E 4 NA NA
Banteng Bos javanicus Southeast Asia ......do E 3 NA NA
Bat, Bulmer's fruit (flying fox) Aproteles bulmerae Papua New Guinea ......do E 139 NA NA
Bat, bumblebee Craseonycteris thonglongyai Thailand ......do E 139 NA NA
Bat, gray Myotis grisescens Central and southeastern U.S.A. ......do E 13 NA NA
Bat, Hawaiian hoary Lasiurus cinereus semotus U.S.A. (HI) ......do E 2 NA NA
Bat, Indiana Myotis sodalis Eastern and Midwestern U.S.A ......do E 1 17.95(a) NA
Bat, lesser long-nosed Leptonycteris curasoae yerbabuenae U.S.A. (AZ, NM), Mexico, Central America ......do E 336 NA NA
Bat, little Mariana fruit Pteropus tokudae Western Pacific Ocean—U.S.A. (Guam) ......do E 156 NA NA
Fruit Bat, Mariana (=fanihi, Mariana flying fox) Pteropus mariannus mariannus Western Pacific Ocean—U.S.A. (GU, MP) ......do T 156 Guam 17.95(a) NA
Bat, Mexican long-nosed Leptonycteris nivalis U.S.A. (NM, TX), Mexico, Central America ......do E 336 NA NA
Bat, Ozark big-eared Corynorhinus (=Plecotus) townsendii ingens U.S.A. (MO, OK, AR) ......do E 85 NA NA
Bat, Rodrigues fruit (flying fox) Pteropus rodricensis Indian Ocean—Rodrigues Island ......do E 139 NA NA
Bat, Singapore roundleaf horseshoe Hipposideros ridleyi Malaysia ......do E 139 NA NA
Bat, Virginia big-eared Corynorhinus (=Plecotus) townsendii virginianus U.S.A. (KY, NC, WV, VA) ......do E 85 17.95(a) NA
Bear, American black Ursus americanus North America U.S.A. (LA, all counties; MS, TX, only within the historic county range of the Louisiana black bear) T(S/A) 456 NA 17.40(i)
Bear, Baluchistan Ursus thibetanus gedrosianus Iran, Pakistan Entire E 233 NA NA
Bear, brown Ursus arctos arctos Palearctic Italy E 15, 15A NA NA
Do Ursus arctos pruinosus China (Tibet) Entire E 15 NA NA
Bear, grizzly Ursus arctos horribilis North America U.S.A., conterminous (lower 48) States, except where listed as an experimental population T 1, 2D, 9, 759 NA 17.40(b)
Do ......do ......do U.S.A. (portions of ID and MT, see 17.84(l)) XN 706 NA 17.84(l)
Bear, Louisiana black Ursus americanus luteolus U.S.A. (LA—all counties; MS—all counties south of or touching a line from Greenville, Washington County, to Meridian, Lauderdale County; TX—all counties east of or touching a line from Linden, Cass County, SW to Bryan, Brazos County, thence SSW to Rockport, Aransas County) Entire T 456 17.95(a) 17.40(i)
Bear, Mexican grizzly Ursus arctos Holarctic Mexico E 3 NA NA
Bear, polar Ursus maritimus U.S.A. (AK), Canada, Russia, Denmark (Greenland), Norway Entire T 781 17.95(a) 17.40(q)
Beaver Castor fiber birulai Mongolia ......do E 15 NA NA
Bison, wood Bison bison athabascae Canada, Alaska ......do T 3, 803 NA NA
Bobcat, Mexican Lynx (=Felis) rufus escuinapae Central Mexico ......do E 15 NA NA
Bontebok (antelope) Damaliscus pygarus (=dorcas) dorcas South Africa ......do E 15 NA NA
Camel, Bactrian Camelus bactrianus Mongolia, China ......do E 15 NA NA
Caribou, woodland Rangifer tarandus caribou U.S.A. (AK, ID, ME, MI, MN, MT, NH, VT, WA, WI), Canada U.S.A. (ID, WA), Canada (that part of S.E. British Columbia bounded by the U.S.-Can. border, Columbia R., Kootenay R., Kootenay L., and Kootenai R.) E 128E, 136, 143 NA NA
Cat, Andean Felis jacobita Chile, Peru, Bolivia, Argentina Entire E 15 NA NA
Cat, Asian golden (=Temminck's) Catopuma (=Felis) temminckii Nepal, China, Southeast Asia, Indonesia (Sumatra) ......do E 15 NA NA
Cat, black-footed Felis nigripes Southern Africa ......do E 15 NA NA
Cat, flat-headed Prionailurus (=Felis) planiceps Malaysia, Indonesia ......do E 15 NA NA
Cat, Iriomote Prionailurus (=Felis) bengalensis iriomotensis Japan (Iriomote Island, Ryukyu Islands) ......do E 50 NA NA
Cat, leopard Prionailurus (=Felis) bengalensis bengalensis India, Southeast Asia ......do E 15 NA NA
Cat, marbled Pardofelis (=Felis) marmorata Nepal, Southeast Asia, Indonesia ......do E 15 NA NA
Cat, Pakistan sand Felis margarita scheffeli Pakistan ......do E 139 NA NA
Cat, tiger Leopardus (=Felis) tigrinus Costa Rica to northern Argentina ......do E 5 NA NA
Chamois, Apennine Rupicapra rupicapra ornata Italy ......do E 15 NA NA
Cheetah Acinonyx jubatus Africa to India ......do E 3, 5 NA NA
Chimpanzee Pan troglodytes Africa—see 17.40(c)(3) Wherever found in the wild E 16, 376 NA NA
Do ......do ......do Wherever found in captivity T 16, 376 NA 17.40(c)
Chimpanzee, pygmy Pan paniscus Zaire Entire E 16, 376 NA NA
Chinchilla Chinchilla brevicaudata boliviana Bolivia ......do E 15 NA NA
Civet, Malabar large-spotted Viverra civettina (=megaspila c.) India ......do E 50 NA NA
Cochito Phocoena sinus Mexico (Gulf of California) ......do E 169 NA NA
Deer, Bactrian Cervus elaphus bactrianus Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Afghanistan ......do E 50 NA NA
Deer, Barbary Cervus elaphus barbarus Morocco, Tunisia, Algeria ......do E 50 NA NA
Deer, Calamianes (=Philippine) Axis porcinus calamianensis Philippines (Calamian Islands) ......do E 15 NA NA
Deer, Cedros Island mule Odocoileus hemionus cedrosensis Mexico (Cedros Island) ......do E 10 NA NA
Deer, Columbian white-tailed Odocoileus virginianus leucurus U.S.A. (WA, OR) Columbia River (Clark, Cowlitz, Pacific, Skamania, and Wahkiakum Counties, WA, and Clatsop, Columbia, and Multnomah Counties, OR) E 1,738 NA NA
Deer, Corsican red Cervus elaphus corsicanus Corsica, Sardinia ......do E 50 NA NA
Deer, Eld's brow-antlered Cervus eldi India to Southeast Asia ......do E 3 NA NA
Deer, Formosan sika Cervus nippon taiouanus Taiwan ......do E 50 NA NA
Deer, Indochina hog Axis (=Cervus) porcinus annamiticus Thailand, Indochina ......do E 15 NA NA
Deer, key Odocoileus virginianus clavium U.S.A. (FL) ......do E 1 NA NA
Deer, Kuhl's (=Bawean) Axis porcinus kuhli Indonesia ......do E 3 NA NA
Deer, marsh Blastocerus dichotomus Argentina, Uruguay, Paraguay, Bolivia, Brazil ......do E 3 NA NA
Deer, McNeill's Cervus elaphus macneilii China (Sinkiang, Tibet) ......do E 3 NA NA
Deer, musk Moschus spp. (all species) Central and eastern Asia Afghanistan, Bhutan, Burma, China (Tibet, Yunnan), India, Nepal, Pakistan, Sikkim E 15 NA NA
Deer, North China sika Cervus nippon mandarinus China (Shantung and Chihli Provinces) Entire E 50 NA NA
Deer, pampas Ozotoceros bezoarticus Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay, Bolivia, Paraguay ......do E 15 NA NA
Deer, Persian fallow Dama mesopotamica (=dama m.) Iraq, Iran ......do E 3 NA NA
Deer, Ryukyu sika Cervus nippon keramae Japan (Ryukyu Islands) ......do E 50 NA NA
Deer, Shansi sika Cervus nippon grassianus China (Shansi Province) ......do E 50 NA NA
Deer, South China sika Cervus nippon kopschi Southern China ......do E 50 NA NA
Deer, swamp Cervus duvauceli India, Nepal ......do E 3 NA NA
Deer, Visayan Cervus alfredi Philippines ......do E 320 NA NA
Deer, Yarkand Cervus elaphus yarkandensis China (Sinkiang) ......do E 50 NA NA
Dhole Cuon alpinus C.I.S., Korea, China, India, Southeast Asia ......do E 3 NA NA
Dibbler Antechinus apicalis Australia ......do E 4 NA NA
Dog, African wild Lycaon pictus Sub-Saharan Africa ......do E 139 NA NA
Dolphin, Chinese river Lipotes vexillifer China ......do E 350 NA NA
Dolphin, Indus River Platanista minor Pakistan (Indus R. and tributaries) ......do E 417 NA NA
Drill Mandrillus (=Papio) leucophaeus Equatorial West Africa ......do E 16 NA NA
Dugong Dugong dugon East Africa to southern Japan, including Palau ......do E 4, 740 NA NA
Duiker, Jentink's Cephalophus jentinki Sierra Leone, Liberia, Ivory Coast ......do E 50 NA NA
Eland, western giant Taurotragus derbianus derbianus Senegal to Ivory Coast ......do E 50 NA NA
Elephant, African Loxodonta africana Africa ......do T 40 NA 17.40(e)
Elephant, Asian Elephas maximus South-central and southeastern Asia ......do E 15 NA NA
Ferret. black-footed Mustela nigripes Western U.S.A., Western Canada Entire, except where listed as an experimental population E 1, 3, 433, 545, 546, 582, 646, 703, 737 NA NA
......do ......do ......do U.S.A. (specified portions of AZ, CO, MT, SD, UT, and WY, see 17.84(g)(9)) XN 433, 545, 546, 582, 646, 703, 737 NA 17.84(g)
Fox, northern swift Vulpes velox hebes U.S.A. (northern plains), Canada Canada E 3 NA NA
Fox, San Joaquin kit Vulpes macrotis mutica U.S.A. (CA) Entire E 1 NA NA
Fox, San Miguel Island Urocyon littoralis littoralis ......do ......do E 742 17.95(a) NA
Fox, Santa Catalina Island Urocyon littoralis catalinae ......do ......do E 742 17.95(a) NA
Fox, Santa Cruz Island Urocyon littoralis santacruzae ......do ......do E 742 17.95(a) NA
Fox, Santa Rosa Island Urocyon littoralis santarosae ......do ......do E 742 17.95(a) NA
Fox, Simien Canis simensis Ethiopia ......do E 50 NA NA
Gazelle, Arabian Gazella gazella Arabian Peninsula, Palestine, Sinai ......do E 50 NA NA
Gazelle, Clark's Ammodorcas clarkei Somalia, Ethiopia ......do E 3 NA NA
Gazelle, dama Gazella dama North Africa ......do E 3 NA NA
Gazelle, Moroccan Gazella dorcas massaesyla Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia ......do E 3 NA NA
Gazelle, mountain (=Cuvier's) Gazella cuvieri ......do ......do E 3 NA NA
Gazelle, Pelzeln's Gazella dorcas pelzelni Somalia ......do E 50 NA NA
Gazelle, sand Gazella subgutturosa marica Jordan, Arabian Peninsula ......do E 50 NA NA
Gazelle, Saudi Arabian Gazella dorcas saudiya Israel, Iraq, Jordan, Syria, Arabian Peninsula ......do E 50 NA NA
Gazelle, slender-horned Gazella leptoceros Sudan, Egypt, Algeria, Libya ......do E 3 NA NA
Gibbons Hylobates spp. (including Nomascus) China, India, Southeast Asia ......do E 3, 15 NA NA
Goral Nemorhaedus goral East Asia ......do E 15 NA NA
Gorilla Gorilla gorilla Central and western Africa ......do E 3 NA NA
Hare, hispid Caprolagus hispidus India, Nepal, Bhutan ......do E 15 NA NA
Hartebeest, Swayne's Alcelaphus buselaphus swaynei Ethiopia, Somalia ......do E 3, 50 NA NA
Hartebeest, Tora Alcelaphus buselaphus tora Ethiopia, Sudan, Egypt ......do E 50 NA NA
Hog, pygmy Sus salvanius India, Nepal, Bhutan, Sikkim ......do E 3 NA NA
Horse, Przewalski's Equus przewalskii Mongolia, China ......do E 15 NA NA
Huemul, north Andean Hippocamelus antisensis Ecuador, Peru, Chile, Bolivia, Argentina ......do E 15 NA NA
Huemul, south Andean Hippocamelus bisulcus Chile, Argentina ......do E 15 NA NA
Hutia, Cabrera's Capromys angelcabrerai Cuba ......do E 233 NA NA
Hutia, dwarf Capromys nana ......do ......do E 233 NA NA
Hutia, large-eared Capromys auritus ......do ......do E 233 NA NA
Hutia, little earth Capromys sanfelipensis ......do ......do E 233 NA NA
Hyena, Barbary Hyaena hyaena barbara Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia ......do E 3 NA NA
Hyena, brown Parahyaena (=Hyaena) brunnea Southern Africa ......do E 3 NA NA
Ibex, Pyrenean Capra pyrenaica pyrenaica Spain ......do E 3 NA NA
Ibex, Walia Capra walie Ethiopia ......do E 3 NA NA
Impala, black-faced Aepyceros melampus petersi Namibia, Angola ......do E 3 NA NA
Indri Indri indri (=entire genus) Malagasy Republic (=Madagascar) ......do E 3 NA NA
Jaguar Panthera onca U.S.A. (AZ, CA, LA, NM, TX), Mexico, Central and South America ......do E 5, 622 NA NA
Jaguarundi, Guatemalan Herpailurus (=Felis) yagouaroundi fossata Mexico, Nicaragua ......do E 15 NA NA
Jaguarundi, Gulf Coast Herpailurus (=Felis) yagouaroundi cacomitli U.S.A. (TX), Mexico ......do E 15 NA NA
Jaguarundi, Panamanian Herpailurus (=Felis) yagouaroundi panamensis Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Panama ......do E 15 NA NA
Jaguarundi, Sinaloan Herpailurus (=Felis) yagouaroundi tolteca U.S.A. (AZ), Mexico ......do E 15 NA NA
Kangaroo rat, Fresno Dipodomys nitratoides exilis U.S.A. (CA) ......do E 170 17.95(a) NA
Kangaroo rat, giant Dipodomys ingens ......do ......do E 251 NA NA
Kangaroo rat, Morro Bay Dipodomys heermanni morroensis ......do ......do E 2 17.95(a) NA
Kangaroo rat, San Bernardino Merriam's. Dipodomys merriami parvus ......do ......do E 632E, 645 17.95(a) NA
Kangaroo rat, Stephens' Dipodomys stephensi (incl. D. cascus) ......do ......do E 338 NA NA
Kangaroo rat, Tipton Dipodomys nitratoides nitratoides ......do ......do E 312 NA NA
Kangaroo, Tasmanian forester Macropus giganteus tasmaniensis Australia (Tasmania) ......do E 6 NA NA
Koala Phascolarctos cinereus Australia Australia T 698 NA NA
Kouprey Bos sauveli Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, Thailand Entire E 3 NA NA
Langur, capped Trachypithecus (=Presbytis) pileatus India, Burma, Bangladesh ......do E 15 NA NA
Langur, Douc Pygathrix nemaeus Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam ......do E 3 NA NA
Langur, Francois' Trachypithecus (=Presbytis) francoisi China (Kwangsi), Indochina ......do E 16 NA NA
Langur, golden Trachypithecus (=Presbytis) geei India (Assam), Bhutan ......do E 15 NA NA
Langur, gray (=entellus) Semnopithecus (=Presbytis) entellus China (Tibet), India, Pakistan, Kashmir, Sri Lanka, Sikkim, Bangladesh ......do E 15 NA NA
Langur, long-tailed Presbytis potenziani Indonesia ......do T 16 NA 17.40(c)
Langur, Pagi Island Nasalis concolor ......do ......do E 3 NA NA
Langur, purple-faced Presbytis senex Sri Lanka ......do T 16 NA 17.40(c)
Lechwe, red Kobus leche Southern Africa ......do T 3, 15, 106 NA NA
Lemurs Lemuridae (incl. genera Lemur, Phaner, Hapalemur, Lepilemur, Microcebus, Allocebus, Cheirogaleus, Varecia) Malagasy Republic (=Madagascar) ......do E 3, 15, 15A NA NA
Leopard Panthera pardus Africa, Asia Wherever found, except where it is listed as Threatened as set forth below E 3, 5, 114 NA NA
Do ......do ......do In Africa, in the wild, south of, and including, the following countries: Gabon, Congo, Zaire, Uganda, Kenya T 3, 5, 114 NA 17.40(f)
Leopard, clouded Neofelis nebulosa Southeastern and south-central Asia, Taiwan Entire E 3, 15 NA NA
Leopard, snow Uncia (=Panthera) uncia Central Asia ......do E 5 NA NA
Linsang, spotted Prionodon pardicolor Nepal, Assam, Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, Burma ......do E 15 NA NA
Lion, Asiatic Panthera leo persica Turkey to India ......do E 3 NA NA
Loris, lesser slow Nycticebus pygmaeus Indochina ......do T 16 NA 17.40(c)
Lynx, Canada Lynx canadensis U.S.A. (AK, CO, ID, ME, MI, MN, MT, NH, NY, OR, UT, VT, WA, WI, WY), Canada, circumboreal CO, ID, ME, MI, MN, MT, NH, NY, OR, UT, VT, WA, WI, WY T 692 17.95(a) 17.40(k)
Lynx, Spanish Felis pardina Spain, Portugal Entire E 3 NA NA
Macaque, Formosan rock Macaca cyclopis Taiwan ......do T 16 NA 17.40(c)
Macaque, Japanese Macaca fuscata Japan (Shikoku, Kyushu and Honshu Islands) ......do T 16 NA 17.40(c)
Macaque, lion-tailed Macaca silenus India ......do E 3 NA NA
Macaque, stump-tailed Macaca arctoides India (Assam) to southern China ......do T 16 NA 17.40(c)
Macaque, Toque Macaca sinica Sri Lanka ......do T 16 NA 17.40(c)
Manatee, Amazonian Trichechus inunguis South America (Amazon R. basin) ......do E 3 NA NA
Manatee, West African Trichechus senegalensis West Coast of Africa from Senegal R. to Cuanza R ......do T 52 NA NA
Manatee, West Indian Trichechus manatus U.S.A. (southeastern), Caribbean Sea, South America ......do E 1, 3 17.95(a) 17.108(a)
Mandrill Mandrillus (=Papio) sphinx Equatorial West Africa ......do E 16 NA NA
Mangabey, Tana River Cercocebus galeritus galeritus Kenya ......do E 3 NA NA
Mangabey, white-collared Cercocebus torquatus Senegal to Ghana; Nigeria to Gabon ......do E 16 NA NA
Margay Leopardus (=Felis) wiedii U.S.A. (TX), Central and South America Mexico southward E 5 NA NA
Markhor, chiltan (=wild goat) Capra falconeri (=aegagrus) chiltanensis Chiltan Range of west-central Pakistan Entire E 15 NA NA
Markhor, Kabul Capra falconeri megaceros Afghanistan, Pakistan ......do E 15 NA NA
Markhor, straight-horned Capra falconeri jerdoni ......do ......do E 15 NA NA
Marmoset, buff-headed Callithrix flaviceps Brazil ......do E 139 NA NA
Marmoset, cotton-top Saguinus oedipus Costa Rica to Colombia ......do E 16 NA NA
Marmoset, Goeldi's Callimico goeldii Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia ......do E 3 NA NA
Marmoset, white-eared (=buffy tufted-ear) Callithrix aurita (=jacchus a.) Brazil ......do E 233 NA NA
Marmot, Vancouver Island Marmota vancouverensis Canada (Vancouver Island) ......do E 139 NA NA
Marsupial, eastern jerboa Antechinomys laniger Australia ......do E 4 NA NA
Marsupial-mouse, large desert Sminthopsis psammophila ......do ......do E 4 NA NA
Marsupial-mouse, long-tailed Sminthopsis longicaudata ......do ......do E 4 NA NA
Marten, Formosan yellow-throated Martes flavigula chrysospila Taiwan ......do E 3 NA NA
Monkey, black colobus Colobus satanas Equatorial Guinea, People's Republic of Congo, Cameroon, Gabon ......do E 16 NA NA
Monkey, black howler Alouatta pigra Mexico, Guatemala, Belize ......do T 16 NA 17.40(c)
Monkey, Diana Cercopithecus diana Coastal West Africa ......do E 16 NA NA
Monkey, Guizhou snub-nosed Rhinopithecus brelichi China ......do E 400 NA NA
Monkey, L'hoest's Cercopithecus lhoesti Upper eastern Congo R. Basin, Cameroon ......do E 16 NA NA
Monkey, mantled howler Alouatta palliata Mexico to South America ......do E 15 NA NA
Monkey, Preuss' red colobus Procolobus (=Colobus) preussi (=badius p.) Cameroon ......do E 139 NA NA
Monkey, proboscis Nasalis larvatus Borneo ......do E 15 NA NA
Monkey, red-backed squirrel Saimiri oerstedii Costa Rica, Panama ......do E 3 NA NA
Monkey, red-bellied Cercopithecus erythrogaster Western Nigeria ......do E 16 NA NA
Monkey, red-eared nose-spotted Cercopithecus erythrotis Nigeria, Cameroon, Fernando Po ......do E 16 NA NA
Monkey, Sichuan snub-nosed Rhinopithecus roxellana China ......do E 400 NA NA
Monkey, spider Ateles geoffroyi frontatus Costa Rica, Nicaragua ......do E 3 NA NA
Do Ateles geoffroyl panamensis Costa Rica, Panama ......do E 3 NA NA
Monkey, Tana River red colobus Procolobus (=Colobus) rufomitratus (=badius r.) Kenya ......do E 3 NA NA
Monkey, Tonkin snub-nosed Rhinopithecus avunculus Vietnam ......do E 16, 400 NA NA
Monkey, woolly spider Brachyteles arachnoides Brazil ......do E 3 NA NA
Monkey, yellow-tailed woolly Lagothrix flavicauda Andes of northern Peru ......do E 16 NA NA
Monkey, Yunnan snub-nosed Rhinopithecus bieti China ......do E 400 NA NA
Monkey, Zanzibar red colobus Procolobus (=Colobus) pennantii (=kirki) kirki Tanzania ......do E 3 NA NA
Mountain beaver, Point Arena Aplodontia rufa nigra U.S.A. (CA) ......do E 454 NA NA
Mouse, Alabama beach Peromyscus polionotus ammobates U.S.A. (AL) ......do E 183 17.95(a) NA
Mouse, Anastasia Island beach Peromyscus polionotus phasma U.S.A. (FL) ......do E 349 NA NA
Mouse, Australian native Notomys aquilo Australia ......do E 15 NA NA
Do Zyzomys pedunculatus ......do ......do E 15 NA NA
Mouse, Choctawhatchee beach Peromyscus polionotus allophrys U.S.A. (FL) ......do E 183 17.95(a) NA
Mouse, Field's Pseudomys fieldi Australia ......do E 4 NA NA
Mouse, Gould's Pseudomys gouldii ......do ......do E 6 NA NA
Mouse, Key Largo cotton Peromyscus gossypinus allapaticola U.S.A. (FL) ......do E 131E, 160 NA NA
Mouse, New Holland Pseudomys novaehollandiae Australia ......do E 4 NA NA
Mouse, Pacific pocket Perognathus longimembris pacificus U.S.A. (CA) ......do E 526E, 554 NA NA
Mouse, Perdido Key beach Peromyscus polionotus trissyllepsis U.S.A. (AL, FL) ......do E 183 17.95(a) NA
Mouse, Preble's meadow jumping Zapus hudsonius preblei U.S.A. (CO, WY) ......do T 636 17.95(a) 17.40(l)
Mouse, salt marsh harvest Reithrodontomys raviventris U.S.A. (CA) ......do E 2 NA NA
Mouse, Shark Bay Pseudomys praeconis Australia ......do E 4 NA NA
Mouse, Shortridge's Pseudomys shortridgei ......do ......do E 4 NA NA
Mouse, smoky Pseudomys fumeus ......do ......do E 4 NA NA
Mouse, southeastern beach Peromyscus polionotus niveiventris U.S.A. (FL) ......do T 349 NA NA
Mouse, St. Andrew beach Peromyscus polionotus peninsularis ......do ......do E 655 17.95(a) NA
Mouse, western Pseudomys occidentalis Australia ......do E 4 NA NA
Muntjac, Fea's Muntiacus feae Northern Thailand, Burma ......do E 50 NA NA
Native-cat, eastern Dasyurus viverrinus Australia ......do E 6 NA NA
Numbat Myrmecobius fasciatus ......do ......do E 4, 6 NA NA
Ocelot Leopardus (=Felis) pardalis U.S.A. (AZ, TX) to Central and South America ......do E 5, 119 NA NA
Orangutan Pongo pygmaeus Borneo, Sumatra ......do E 3 NA NA
Oryx, Arabian Oryx leucoryx Arabian Peninsula ......do E 3 NA NA
Oryx, scimitar-horned Oryx dammah North Africa ......do E NA NA
Otter, Cameroon clawless Aonyx congicus (=congica) microdon Cameroon, Nigeria ......do E 3 NA NA
Otter, giant Pteronura brasiliensis South America ......do E 3 NA NA
Otter, long-tailed Lontra (=Lutra) longicaudis (incl. platensis) ......do ......do E 3, 15 NA NA
Otter, marine Lontra (=Lutra) felina Peru south to Straits of Magellan ......do E 15 NA NA
Otter, northern sea Enhydra lutris kenyoni U.S.A. (AK, WA) Southwest Alaska, from Attu Island to Western Cook Inlet, including Bristol Bay, the Kodiak Archipelago, and the Barren Islands T 764 17.95(a) 17.40(p)
Otter, southern river Lontra (=Lutra) provocax Chile, Argentina Entire E 15 NA NA
Otter, southern sea Enhydra lutris nereis West Coast, U.S.A. (CA, OR, WA) south to Mexico (Baja California) Entire, except where listed below T 21, 284 NA 17.84(d)
Do ......do ......do All areas subject to U.S. jurisdiction south of Pt. Conception, CA (34°26.9′ N. Lat.) [Note—status governed by Pub. L. 99-625, 100 Stat. 3500.] XN 284 NA 17.84(d)
Panda, giant Ailuropoda melanoleuca China Entire E 139 NA NA
Pangolin, Temnick's ground Manis temmincki Africa ......do E 15 NA NA
Panther, Florida Puma (=Felis) concolor coryi U.S.A. (LA and AR east to SC and FL) ......do E 1 NA NA
Planigale, little Planigale ingrami subtilissima Australia ......do E 4 NA NA
Planigale, southern Planigale tenuirostris ......do ......do E 4 NA NA
Porcupine, thin-spined Chaetomys subspinosus Brazil ......do E 3 NA NA
Possum, Leadbeater's Gymnobelideus leadbeateri Australia ......do E 233 NA NA
Possum, mountain pygmy Burramys parvus ......do ......do E 4 NA NA
Possum, scaly-tailed Wyulda squamicaudata ......do ......do E 4 NA NA
Prairie dog, Mexican Cynomys mexicanus Mexico ......do E 3 NA NA
Prairie dog, Utah Cynomys parvidens U.S.A. (UT) ......do T 6, 149 NA 17.40(g)
Pronghorn, peninsular Antilocapra americana peninsularis Mexico (Baja California) ......do E 10 NA NA
Pronghorn, Sonoran Antilocapra americana sonoriensis U.S.A. (AZ), Mexico Entire, except where listed as an experimental population E 1, 3 NA NA
Pronghorn, Sonoran Antilocapra americana sonoriensis U.S.A. (AZ), Mexico In Arizona, an area north of Interstate 8 and south of Interstate 10, bounded by the Colorado River on the west and Interstate 10 on the east; and an area south of Interstate 8, bounded by Highway 85 on the west, Interstates 10 and 19 on the east, and the U.S.-Mexico border on the south XN 782 NA 17.84(v)
Pudu Pudu pudu Southern South America Entire E 15 NA NA
Puma (=mountain lion) Puma (=Felis) concolor (all subsp. except coryi) Canada to South America U.S.A. (FL) T(S/A) 432 NA 17.40(h)
Puma, Costa Rican Puma (=Felis) concolor costaricensis Nicaragua, Panama, Costa Rica Entire E 15 NA NA
Puma (=cougar), eastern Puma (=Felis) concolor couguar Eastern North America ......do E 6 NA NA
Quokka Setonix brachyurus Australia ......do E 6 NA NA
Rabbit, Columbia Basin pygmy Brachylagus idahoensis U.S.A. (western conterminous U.S.) U.S.A. (WA—Douglas, Grant, Lincoln, Adams, Benton Counties) E NA NA
Rabbit, Lower Keys Sylvilagus palustris hefneri U.S.A. (FL) Entire E 390 NA NA
Rabbit, riparian brush Sylvilagus bachmani riparius U.S.A. (CA) ......do E 687 NA NA
Rabbit, Ryukyu Pentalagus furnessi Japan (Ryukyu Islands) ......do E 50 NA NA
Rabbit, volcano Romerolagus diazi Mexico ......do E 3 NA NA
Rat, false water Xeromys myoides Australia ......do E 4 NA NA
Rat, stick-nest Leporillus conditor ......do ......do E 6 NA NA
Rat-kangaroo, brush-tailed Bettongia penicillata ......do ......do E 4 NA NA
Rat-kangaroo, desert (=plain) Caloprymnus campestris ......do ......do E 4 NA NA
Rat-kangaroo, Gaimard's Bettongia gaimardi ......do ......do E 6 NA NA
Rat-kangaroo, Lesuer's Bettongia lesueur ......do ......do E 4 NA NA
Rat-kangaroo, Queensland Bettongia tropica ......do ......do E 4 NA NA
Rhinoceros, black Diceros bicornis Sub-Saharan Africa ......do E 97 NA NA
Rhinoceros, great Indian Rhinoceros unicornis India, Nepal ......do E 4 NA NA
Rhinoceros, Javan Rhinoceros sondaicus Indonesia, Indochina, Burma, Thailand, Sikkim, Bangladesh, Malaysia ......do E 3 NA NA
Rhinoceros, northern white Ceratotherium simum cottoni Zaire, Sudan, Uganda, Central African Republic ......do E 3 NA NA
Rhinoceros, Sumatran Dicerorhinus sumatrensis Bangladesh to Vietnam to Indonesia (Borneo) ......do E 3 NA NA
Rice rat Oryzomys palustris natator U.S.A. (FL) Lower FL Keys (west of Seven Mile Bridge) E 421 17.95(a) NA
Saiga, Mongolian (antelope) Saiga tatarica mongolica Mongolia Entire E 15 NA NA
Saki, southern bearded Chiropotes satanas satanas Brazil ......do E 233 NA NA
Saki, white-nosed Chiropotes albinasus ......do ......do E 3 NA NA
Sea-lion, Steller Eumetopias jubatus U.S.A. (AK, CA, OR, WA), Canada, Russia; North Pacific Ocean Entire, except the population segment west of 144° W. Long T 384E, 408, 614 226.202 223.102, 223.202
Do ......do ......do Population segment west of 144° W. Long E 384E , 408, 614 226.202 NA
Seal, Guadalupe fur Arctocephalus townsendi U.S.A. (Farallon Islands of CA) south to Mexico (Islas Revillagigedo) Entire T 1, 2D, 212 NA 223.201
Seal, Hawaiian monk Monachus schauinslandi U.S.A. (HI) ......do E 18 226.201 NA
Seal, Mediterranean monk Monachus monachus Mediterranean, Northwest African Coast and Black Sea ......do E 3 NA NA
Seal, Saimaa Phoca hispida saimensis Finland (Lake Saimaa) ......do E 508 NA NA
Seal, spotted (southern DPS) Phocalargha Pacific Ocean; Sea of Japan and northern Yellow Sea Southern DPS—all breeding populations of spotted seals south of 43 degrees north latitude in the Pacific Ocean T 776 NA 223.211
Seledang Bos gaurus Bangladesh, Southeast Asia, India Entire E 3 NA NA
Serow Naemorhedus (=Capricornis) sumatraensis East Asia, Sumatra ......do E 15 NA NA
Serval, Barbary Leptailurus (=Felis) serval constantina Algeria ......do E 3 NA NA
Shapo Ovis vignei vignei Kashmir ......do E 15 NA NA
Sheep, Peninsular bighorn Ovis canadensis nelsoni U.S.A. (western conterminous States), Canada (southwestern), Mexico (northern) U.S.A. (CA) Peninsular Ranges E 634 17.95(a) NA
Sheep, Sierra Nevada bighorn Ovis canadensis sierrae U.S.A. (CA)—Sierra Nevada U.S.A. (CA)—Sierra Nevada E 660E, 675 17.95(a) NA
Shou Cervus elaphus wallichi Tibet, Bhutan Entire E 3 NA NA
Shrew, Buena Vista Lake Sorex ornatus relictus U.S.A. (CA) ......do E 725 17.95(a) NA
Siamang Symphalangus syndactylus Malaysia, Indonesia ......do E 15 NA NA
Sifakas Propithecus spp. Malagasy Republic (=Madagascar) ......do E 4 NA NA
Sloth, Brazilian three-toed Bradypus torquatus Brazil ......do E 3 NA NA
Solenodon, Cuban Solenodon cubanus Cuba ......do E 3 NA NA
Solenodon, Haitian Solenodon paradoxus Dominican Republic, Haiti ......do E 3 NA NA
Squirrel, Carolina northern flying Glaucomys sabrinus coloratus U.S.A. (NC, TN) ......do E 189 NA NA
Squirrel, Delmarva Peninsula fox Sciurus niger cinereus U.S.A. (Delmarva Peninsula to southeastern PA) Entire, except Sussex Co., DE E 1, 161, 168 NA NA
Do ......do ......do U.S.A. (DE—Sussex Co.) XN 161 NA 17.84(a)
Squirrel, Mount Graham red Tamiasciurus hudsonicus grahamensis U.S.A. (AZ) Entire E 268 17.95(a) NA
Squirrel, northern Idaho ground Spermophilus brunneus brunneus U.S.A. (ID) ......do T 693 NA NA
Squirrel, Virginia northern flying Glaucomys sabrinus fuscus U.S.A. (VA, WV) ......do E 189 NA NA
Stag, Barbary Cervus elaphus barbarus Tunisia, Algeria ......do E 3 NA NA
Stag, Kashmir Cervus elaphus hanglu Kashmir ......do E 3 NA NA
Suni, Zanzibar Neotragus moschatus moschatus Zanzibar (and nearby islands) ......do E 50 NA NA
Tahr, Arabian Hemitragus jayakari Oman ......do E 50 NA NA
Tamaraw Bubalus mindorensis Philippines ......do E 4 NA NA
Tamarin, golden-rumped Leontopithecus spp. Brazil ......do E 3 NA NA
Tamarin, pied Saguinus bicolor ......do ......do E 16 NA NA
Tamarin, white-footed Saguinus leucopus Colombia ......do T 16 NA 17.40(c)
Tapir, Asian Tapirus indicus Burma, Laos, Cambodia, Vietnam, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand ......do E 15 NA NA
Tapir, Central American Tapirus bairdii Southern Mexico to Colombia and Ecuador ......do E 3 NA NA
Tapir, mountain Tapirus pinchaque Colombia, Ecuador and possibly Peru and Venezuela ......do E 3 NA NA
Tapir, South American (=Brazilian) Tapirus terrestris Colombia and Venezuela south to Paraguay and Argentina ......do E 3 NA NA
Tarsier, Philippine Tarsius syrichta Philippines ......do T 16 NA 17.40(c)
Tiger Panthera tigris Temperate and tropical Asia ......do E 3, 5 NA NA
Tiger, Tasmanian Thylacinus cynocephalus Australia ......do E 3 NA NA
Uakari (all species) Cacajao spp. Peru, Brazil, Ecuador, Colombia, Venezuela ......do E 3 NA NA
Urial Ovis musimon ophion Cyprus ......do E 15 NA NA
Vicuña Vicugna vicugna Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Ecuador, Peru Entire, except Ecudator T 3, 724 NA 17.40 (m)
Do ......do ......do Ecuador E 3, 724 NA NA
Vole, Amargosa Microtus californicus scirpensis U.S.A. (CA) Entire E 166 17.95(a) NA
Vole, Florida salt marsh Microtus pennsylvanicus dukecampbelli U.S.A. (FL) ......do E 415 NA NA
Vole, Hualapai Mexican Microtus mexicanus hualpaiensis U.S.A. (AZ) ......do E 292 NA NA
Wallaby, banded hare Lagostrophus fasciatus Australia ......do E 4 NA NA
Wallaby, brindled nail-tailed Onychogalea fraenata ......do ......do E 4 NA NA
Wallaby, crescent nail-tailed Onychogalea lunata ......do ......do E 4 NA NA
Wallaby, Parma Macropus parma ......do ......do E 4 NA NA
Wallaby, western hare Lagorchestes hirsutus ......do ......do E 4 NA NA
Wallaby, yellow-footed rock Petrogale xanthopus ......do ......do E 6 NA NA
Whale, beluga (Cook Inlet DPS) Delphinapterusleucas Oceanic; Cook Inlet, northern Gulf of Alaska Cook Inlet DPS—Cook Inlet, Alaska E 776 NA NA
Whale, blue Balaenoptera musculus Oceanic Entire E 3 NA NA
Whale, bowhead Balaena mysticetus Oceanic (north latitudes only) ......do E 3 NA NA
Whale, finback Balaenoptera physalus Oceanic ......do E 3 NA NA
Whale, gray Eschrichtius robustus North Pacific Ocean—coastal and Bering Sea, formerly North Atlantic Ocean Entire, except eastern North Pacific Ocean—coastal and Bering, Beaufort, and Chukchi Seas E 3, 540 NA NA
Whale, humpback Megaptera novaeangliae Oceanic Entire E 3 NA 224.101, 224.103
Whale, killer (Southern Resident DPS) Orcinus orca Pacific Ocean Southern Resident DPS, which consists of whales from the J, K, and L pods, wherever they are found in the wild E 756 226.206 NA
Whale, North Atlantic right Eubalaena glacialis Oceanic Entire E 3 226.203 224.103
Whale, North Pacific right Eubalaena japonica ...... do ...... do E 3 226.215 NA
Whale, Southern right Eubalaena australis ...... do ...... do E 3 NA NA
Whale, Sei Balaenoptera borealis ......do ......do E 3 NA NA
Whale, sperm Physeter catodon (=macrocephalus) ......do ......do E 3 NA NA
Wolf, gray Canis lupus Holarctic U.S.A.: All of AL, AR, CA, CO, CT, DE, FL, GA, KS, KY, LA, MA, MD, ME, MO, MS, NC, NE, NH, NJ, NV, NY, OK, PA, RI, SC, TN, VA, VT and WV; those portions of AZ, NM, and TX not included in an experimental population as set forth below; and portions of IA, IN, IL, ND, OH, OR, SD, UT, and WA as follows: (1) Southern IA, (that portion south of the centerline of Highway 80); (2) Most of IN (that portion south of the centerline of Highway 80); (3) Most of IL (that portion south of the centerline of Highway 80); (4) Western ND (that portion south and west of the Missouri River upstream to Lake Sakakawea and west of the centerline of Highway 83 from Lake Sakakawea to the Canadian border); (5) Most of OH (that portion south of the centerline of Highway 80 and east of the Maumee River at Toledo); (6) Western OR (that portion of OR west of the centerline of Highway 395 and Highway 78 north of Burns Junction and that portion of OR west of the centerline of Highway 95 south of Burns Junction); (7) Western SD (that portion south and west of the Missouri River); (8) Most of Utah (that portion of UT south and west of the centerline of Highway 84 and that portion of UT south of Highway 80 from Echo to the UT/WY Stateline); and (9) Western WA (that portion of WA west of the centerline of Highway 97 and Highway 17 north of Mesa and that portion of WA west of the centerline of Highway 395 south of Mesa). Mexico. E 1, 6, 13, 15, 35 NA NA
Do .....do .....do U.S.A. (portions of AZ, NM, and TX—see § 17.84(k)) XN 631 NA 17.84(k)
Wolf, maned Chrysocyon brachyurus Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Paraguay, Uruguay Entire E 4 NA NA
Wolf, red Canis rufus U.S.A. (SE U.S.A., west to central TX) Entire, except where listed as experimental populations below E 1, 248, 449, 579 NA NA
Do ......do ......do U.S.A. (portions of NC and TN—see 17.84(c)(9)) XN 248, 449, 579 NA 17.84(c)
Wombat, Queensland hairy-nosed (incl. Barnard's) Lasiorhinus krefftii (formerly L. barnardi and L. gillespiei) Australia Entire E 4, 6 NA NA
Woodrat, Key Largo Neotoma floridana smalli U.S.A. (FL) ......do E 131E, 160 NA NA
Woodrat, riparian (San Joaquin Valley) Neotoma fuscipes riparia U.S.A. (CA) ......do E 687 NA NA
Yak, wild Bos mutus (=grunniens m.) China (Tibet), India ......do E 3 NA NA
Zebra, Grevy's Equus grevyi Kenya, Ethiopia, Somalia ......do T 54 NA NA
Zebra, Hartmann's mountain Equus zebra hartmannae Namibia, Angola ......do T 54, 111 NA NA
Zebra, mountain Equus zebra zebra South Africa ......do E 15, 111 NA NA
Birds
Adjutant, greater Leptoptilos dubius Entire E 783 NA NA
Akekee(honeycreeper) Loxopscaeruleirostris U.S.A. (HI) ......do E 765 17.95(b) NA
‘Akepa, Hawaii (honeycreeper) Loxops coccineus coccineus ......do ......do E 2 NA NA
‘Akepa, Maui (honeycreeper) Loxops coccineus ochraceus ......do ......do E 2 NA NA
‘Akialoa, Kauai (honeycreeper) Hemignathus procerus ......do ......do E 1 NA NA
‘Akiapola‘au (honeycreeper) Hemignathus munroi ......do ......do E 1 NA NA
Akikiki (honeycreeper) Oreomystis bairdi ......do ......do E 765 17.95(b) NA
Albatross, Amsterdam Diomedea amsterdamensis Indian Ocean—Amsterdam Island ......do E 571 NA NA
Albatross, short-tailed Phoebastria (=Diomedea) albatrus North Pacific Ocean and Bering Sea—Canada, China, Japan, Mexico, Russia, Taiwan, U.S.A. (AK, CA, HI, OR, WA) ......do E 3, 700 NA NA
Alethe, Thyolo Alethe choloensis Malawi, Mozambique ......do E 571 NA NA
Antwren, black-hooded Formicivora erythronotos Brazil ......do E 774 NA NA
Blackbird, yellow-shouldered Agelaius xanthomus U.S.A. (PR) ......do E 17 17.95(b) NA
Bobwhite, masked (quail) Colinus virginianus ridgwayi U.S.A. (AZ), Mexico (Sonora) ......do E 1, 3 NA NA
Booby, Abbott's Papasula (=Sula) abbotti Indian Ocean—Christmas Island ......do E 15 NA NA
Bristlebird, western Dasyornis longirostris (=brachypterus l.) Australia ......do E 3 NA NA
Bristlebird, western rufous Dasyornis broadbenti littoralis ......do ......do E 15 NA NA
Bulbul, Mauritius olivaceous Hypsipetes borbonicus olivaceus Indian Ocean—Mauritius ......do E 3 NA NA
Bullfinch, Sao Miguel (finch) Pyrrhula pyrrhula murina Eastern Atlantic Ocean—Azores ......do E 3 NA NA
Bush-shrike, Ulugura Malaconotus alius Tanzania ......do T 571 NA NA
Bushwren, New Zealand Xenicus longipes New Zealand ......do E 3 NA NA
Bustard, great Indian Ardeotis (=Choriotis) nigriceps India, Pakistan ......do E 3 NA NA
Cahow Pterodroma cahow North Atlantic Ocean—Bermuda ......do E 3 NA NA
Capercaillie, Cantabrian Tetrao urogallus cantabricus ......do E 783 NA NA
Caracara, Audubon's crested Polyborus plancus audubonii U.S.A. (AZ, FL, LA, NM, TX) south to Panama; Cuba U.S.A. (FL) T 280 NA NA
Cinclodes, royal Cinclodes aricomae Bolivia, Peru Entire E 799 NA NA
Cockatoo, salmon-crested Cacatua moluccensis Seram, Haruku, Saparua, and Ambon, Indonesia ......do T 779 NA 17.41(c)
Condor, Andean Vultur gryphus Colombia to Chile and Argentina ......do E 4 NA NA
Condor, California Gymnogyps californianus U.S.A. (AZ, CA, OR), Mexico (Baja California) U.S.A. only, except where listed as an experimental population below E 1, 597 17.95(b) NA
Do ......do ......do U.S.A. (specific portions of Arizona, Nevada, and Utah) XN 597 NA 17.84(j)
Coot, Hawaiian Fulica americana alai U.S.A. (HI) Entire E 2 NA NA
Cotinga, banded Cotinga maculata Brazil ......do E 15 NA NA
Cotinga, white-winged Xipholena atropurpurea ......do ......do E 15 NA NA
Courser, Jerdon's Rhinoptilus bitorquatus India ......do E 783 NA NA
Crane, black-necked Grus nigricollis China (Tibet) ......do E 15 NA NA
Crane, Cuba sandhill Grus canadensis nesiotes West Indies—Cuba ......do E 15 NA NA
Crane, hooded Grus monacha Japan, Russia ......do E 4 NA NA
Crane, Japanese Grus japonensis China, Japan, Korea, Russia ......do E 3 NA NA
Crane, Mississippi sandhill Grus canadensis pulla U.S.A. (MS) ......do E 6 17.95(b) NA
Crane, Siberian white Grus leucogeranus C.I.S. (Siberia) to India, including Iran and China ......do E 4 NA NA
Crane, white-naped Grus vipio Mongolia ......do E 15 NA NA
Crane, whooping Grus americana Canada, U.S.A. (Rocky Mountains east to Carolinas), Mexico Entire, except where listed as an experimental population E 1,3 17.95(b) NA
Do ......do ......do U.S.A. (AL, AR, CO, FL, GA, ID, IL, IN, IA, KY, LA, MI, MN, MS, MO, NC, NM, OH, SC, TN, UT, VA, WI, WV, western half of WY) XN 487, 621, 710, 785 NA 17.84(h)
Creeper, Hawaii Oreomystis mana U.S.A. (HI) Entire E 10 NA NA
Creeper, Molokai Paroreomyza flammea ......do ......do E 2 NA NA
Creeper, Oahu Paroreomyza maculata ......do ......do E 2 NA NA
Crow, Hawaiian Corvus hawaiiensis ......do ......do E 1 NA NA
Crow, Mariana Corvus kubaryi Western Pacific Ocean USA (Guam, Rota) ......do E 156 17.95(b) NA
Crow, white-necked Corvus leucognaphalus U.S.A. (PR), Dominican Republic, Haiti ......do E 419 NA NA
Cuckoo-shrike, Mauritius Coquus typicus Indian Ocean—Mauritius ......do E 3 NA NA
Cuckoo-shrike, Reunion Coquus newtoni Indian Ocean—Reunion ......do E 3 NA NA
Curassow, razor-billed Mitu mitu mitu Brazil (Eastern) ......do E 15 NA NA
Curassow, red-billed Crax blumenbachii Brazil ......do E 4 NA NA
Curassow, Trinidad white-headed Pipile pipile pipile West Indies—Trinidad ......do E 3 NA NA
Curlew, Eskimo Numenius borealis Alaska and northern Canada to Argentina ......do E 1, 3 NA NA
Curlew, slender-billed Numenius tenuirostris ......do E 783 NA NA
Dove, cloven-feathered Drepanoptila holosericea Southwest Pacific Ocean—New Caledonia ......do E 3 NA NA
Dove, Grenada gray-fronted Leptotila rufaxilla wellsi West Indies—Grenada ......do E 3 NA NA
Duck, Hawaiian Anas wyvilliana U.S.A. (HI) ......do E 1 NA NA
Duck, Laysan Anas laysanensis ......do ......do E 1 NA NA
Duck, pink-headed Rhodonessa caryophyllacea India ......do E 15 NA NA
Duck, white-winged wood Cairina scutulata India, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand ......do E 3 NA NA
Eagle, Greenland white-tailed Haliaeetus albicilla groenlandicus Greenland and adjacent Atlantic islands ......do E 15 NA NA
Eagle, harpy Harpia harpyja Mexico south to Argentina ......do E 15 NA NA
Eagle, Madagascar sea Haliaeetus vociferoides Madagascar ......do E 571 NA NA
Eagle, Madagascar serpent Eutriorchis astur ......do ......do E 571 NA NA
Eagle, Philippine Pithecophaga jefferyi Philippines ......do E 3 NA NA
Eagle, Spanish imperial Aquila heliaca adalberti Spain, Morocco, Algeria ......do E 3 NA NA
Egret, Chinese Egretta eulophotes China, Korea ......do E 3 NA NA
Eider, spectacled Somateria fischeri U.S.A. (AK), Russia ......do T 503 17.95(b) NA
Eider, Steller's Polysticta stelleri ......do U.S.A. (AK breeding population only) T 616 17.95(b) NA
Elepaio, Oahu Chasiempis sandwichensis ibidis (Chasiempis sandwichensis gayi) U.S.A. (HI) Entire E 696 17.95(b) NA
Falcon, Eurasian peregrine Falco peregrinus peregrinus Europe, Eurasia south to Africa and Mideast ......do E 15 NA NA
Falcon, northern aplomado Falco femoralis septentrionalis U.S.A. (AZ, NM, TX), Mexico, Guatemala Entire, except where listed as an experimental population E 216 NA NA
Falcon, northern aplomado Falco femoralis septentrionalis ......do U.S.A. (AZ, NM) XN 758 NA 17.84(p)
Finch, Laysan (honeycreeper) Telespyza cantans U.S.A. (HI) Entire E 1 NA NA
Finch, Nihoa (honeycreeper) Telespyza ultima ......do ......do E 1 NA NA
Fire-eye, fringed-backed Pyriglena atra Brazil ......do E 774 NA NA
Flamingo, Andean Phoenicoparrus andinus Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, and Peru ......do E NA NA
Flycatcher, Euler's Empidonax euleri johnstonei West Indies—Grenada ......do E 3 NA NA
Flycatcher, Seychelles paradise Terpsiphone corvina Indian Ocean—Seychelles ......do E 3 NA NA
Flycatcher, southwestern willow Empidonax traillii extimus U.S.A. (AZ, CA, CO, NM, TX, UT), Mexico ......do E 577 17.95(b) NA
Flycatcher, Tahiti Pomarea nigra South Pacific Ocean—Tahiti ......do E 3 NA NA
Fody, Mauritius Foudia rubra Indian Ocean—Mauritius ......do E 571 NA NA
Fody, Rodrigues Foudia flavicans Indian Ocean—Rodrigues Island (Mauritius) ......do E 571 NA NA
Fody, Seychelles (weaver-finch) Foudia sechellarum Indian Ocean—Seychelles ......do E 3 NA NA
Francolin, Djibouti Francolinus ochropectus Djibouti ......do E 571 NA NA
Frigatebird, Andrew's Fregata andrewsi East Indian Ocean ......do E 15 NA NA
Gnatcatcher, coastal California Polioptila californica californica U.S.A. (CA), Mexico ......do T 496 17.95(b) 17.41 (b)
Goose, Hawaiian Branta (=Nesochen) sandvicensis U.S.A. (HI) ......do E 1 NA NA
Goshawk, Christmas Island Accipiter fasciatus natalis Indian Ocean—Christmas Island ......do E 3 NA NA
Goshawk, Queen Charlotte Accipiter gentilis laingi That portion of British Columbia that includes Vancouver Island and its surrounding islands, the mainland coast west of the crest of the Coast Range and adjacent islands, and the Queen Charlotte Islands British Columbia, Canada T 807 NA NA
Grackle, slender-billed Quisicalus palustris Mexico Entire E 3 NA NA
Grasswren, Eyrean (flycatcher) Amytornis goyderi Australia ......do E 3 NA NA
Grebe, Alaotra Tachybaptus rufoflavatus Madagascar ......do E 571 NA NA
Grebe, Atitlan Podilymbus gigas Guatemala ......do E 3 NA NA
Grebe, Junín Podiceps taczanowskii Peru ......do E 799 NA NA
Greenshank, Nordmann's Tringa guttifer Russia, Japan, south to Malaya, Borneo ......do E 15 NA NA
Ground-cuckoo, southeastern rufous-vented Neomorphus geoffroyi dulcis Brazil ......do E 774 NA NA
Guan, horned Oreophasis derbianus Guatemala, Mexico ......do E 3 NA NA
Guan, white-winged Penelope albipennis Peru ......do E 401 NA NA
Guineafowl, white-breasted Agelastes meleagrides West Africa ......do T 571 NA NA
Gull, Audouin's Larus audouinii Mediterranean Sea ......do E 3 NA NA
Gull, relict Larus relictus India, China ......do E 15 NA NA
Hawk, Galapagos Buteo galapagoensis Ecuador (Galapagos Islands) ......do E 3 NA NA
Hawk, Hawaiian Buteo solitarius U.S.A. (HI) ......do E 1 NA NA
Hawk, Puerto Rican broad-winged Buteo platypterus brunnescens U.S.A. (PR) ......do E 550 NA NA
Hawk, Puerto Rican sharp-shinned Accipiter striatus venator ......do ......do E 550 NA NA
Hermit, hook-billed (hummingbird) Ramphodon (=Glaucis) dohrnii Brazil ......do E 15 NA NA
Hermit, Margaretta's Phaethornis malaris margarettae ......do ......do E 774 NA NA
Honeycreeper, crested Palmeria dolei U.S.A. (HI) ......do E 1 NA NA
Honeyeater, helmeted Lichenostomus melanops cassidix (=Meliphaga c.) Australia ......do E 4 NA NA
Hornbill, helmeted Buceros (=Rhinoplax) vigil Thailand, Malaysia ......do E 15 NA NA
Ibis, giant Pseudibis gigantea Cambodia, Lao PDR, Thailand, Vietnam ......do E 760 NA NA
Ibis, Japanese crested Nipponia nippon China, Japan, Russia, Korea ......do E 3 NA NA
Ibis, northern bald Geronticus eremita Southern Europe, southwestern Asia, northern Africa ......do E 401 NA NA
Kagu Rhynochetos jubatus South Pacific Ocean—New Caledonia ......do E 3 NA NA
Kakapo Strigops habroptilus New Zealand ......do E 3 NA NA
Kestrel, Mauritius Falco punctatus Indian Ocean—Mauritius ......do E 3 NA NA
Kestrel, Seychelles Falco araea Indian Ocean—Seychelles Islands ......do E 3 NA NA
Kingfisher, Guam Micronesian Halcyon cinnamomina cinnamomina Western Pacific Ocean USA (Guam) ......do E 156 17.95(b) NA
Kite, Cuba hook-billed Chondrohierax uncinatus wilsonii West Indies—Cuba ......do E 3 NA NA
Kite, Everglade snail Rostrhamus sociabilis plumbeus U.S.A. (FL), Cuba U.S.A. (FL) E 1 17.95(b) NA
Kite, Grenada hook-billed Chondrohierax uncinatus mirus West Indies—Grenada Entire E 3 NA NA
Kokako (wattlebird) Callaeas cinerea New Zealand ......do E 3 NA NA
Lark, Raso Alauda razae Atlantic Ocean—Raso Island (Cape Verde) ......do E 571 NA NA
Macaw, glaucous Anodorhynchus glaucus Paraguay, Uruguay, Brazil ......do E 15 NA NA
Macaw, indigo Anodorhynchus leari Brazil ......do E 15 NA NA
Macaw, little blue Cyanopsitta spixii ......do ......do E 15 NA NA
Magpie-robin, Seychelles (thrush) Copsychus sechellarum Indian Ocean—Seychelles Islands ......do E 3 NA NA
Malimbe, Ibadan Malimbus ibadanensis Nigeria ......do E 571 NA NA
Malkoha, red-faced (cuckoo) Phaenicophaeus pyrrhocephalus Sri Lanka (=Ceylon) ......do E 3 NA NA
Megapode, Maleo Macrocephalon maleo Indonesia (Celebes) ......do E 3 NA NA
Megapode, Micronesian (=La Perouse's) Megapodius laperouse West Pacific Ocean—Palau Islands, U.S.A. (Mariana Islands) ......do E 3 NA NA
Merganser, Brazilian Mergus octosetaceus Brazil, Argentina, Paraguay ......do E 774 NA NA
Millerbird, Nihoa (old world warbler) Acrocephalus familiaris kingi U.S.A. (HI) ......do E 1 NA NA
Mockingbird, Socorro Mimus Graysoni Mexico ......do E 760 NA NA
Moorhen, Hawaiian common Gallinula chloropus sandvicensis U.S.A. (HI) ......do E 1 NA NA
Moorhen, Mariana common Gallinula chloropus guami West Pacific Ocean—U.S.A. (Guam, Tinian, Saipan, Pagan) ......do E 156 NA NA
Murrelet, marbled Brachyramphus marmoratus U.S.A. (AK, CA, OR, WA), Canada (B.C.) U.S.A. (CA, OR, WA) T 479 17.95(b) NA
Nightjar, Puerto Rican Caprimulgus noctitherus U.S.A. (PR) Entire E 6 NA NA
Nukupu‘u (honeycreeper) Hemignathus lucidus U.S.A. (HI) ......do E 1, 2 NA NA
Nuthatch, Algerian Sitta ledanti Algeria ......do E 571 NA NA
‘O‘o, Kauai (honeyeater) Moho braccatus U.S.A. (HI) ......do E 1 NA NA
Ostrich, Arabian Struthio camelus syriacus Jordan, Saudi Arabia ......do E 3 NA NA
Ostrich, West African Struthio camelus spatzi Spanish Sahara ......do E 3 NA NA
‘O‘u (honeycreeper) Psittirostra psittacea U.S.A. (HI) ......do E 1 NA NA
Owl, Anjouan scops Otus rutilus capnodes Indian Ocean—Comoro Island ......do E 3 NA NA
Owl, giant scops Mimizuku (=Otus) gurneyi Philippines—Marinduque and Mindanao Island ......do E 15 NA NA
Owl, Madagascar red Tyto soumagnei Madagascar ......do E 401 NA NA
Owl, Mexican spotted Strix occidentalis lucida U.S.A. (AZ, CO, NM, TX, UT), Mexico ......do T 494 17.95(b) NA
Owl, northern spotted Strix occidentalis caurina U.S.A. (CA, OR, WA), Canada (B.C.) ......do T 393 17.95(b) NA
Owl, Seychelles scops Otus magicus (=insularis) insularis Indian Ocean—Seychelles Islands ......do E 3 NA NA
Owlet, Morden's Otus ireneae Kenya ......do E 3 NA NA
Oystercatcher, Canarian black Haematopus meadewaldoi Atlantic Ocean—Canary Islands ......do E 571 NA NA
Palila (honeycreeper) Loxioides bailleui U.S.A. (HI) ......do E 1 17.95(b) NA
Paradise-flycatcher, caerulean Eutrichomyias rowleyi Indonesia ......do E 760 NA NA
Parakeet, blue-throated (=ochre-marked) Pyrrhura cruentata Brazil ......do E 3 NA NA
Parakeet, Forbes' Cyanoramphus auriceps forbesi New Zealand ......do E 3 NA NA
Parakeet, golden Aratinga guarouba Brazil ......do E 15 NA NA
Parakeet, golden-shouldered Psephotus chrysopterygius Australia ......do E 3 NA NA
Parakeet, Mauritius Psittacula echo Indian Ocean—Mauritius ......do E 3 NA NA
Parakeet, Norfolk Island Cyanoramphus cookii (=novaezelandiae c.) Australia (Norfolk Island) ......do E 401 NA NA
Parakeet, orange-bellied Neophema chrysogaster Australia ......do E 4 NA NA
Parakeet, paradise Psephotus pulcherrimus ......do ......do E 4 NA NA
Parakeet, scarlet-chested Neophema splendida ......do ......do E 4 NA NA
Parakeet, turquoise Neophema pulchella ......do ......do E 3 NA NA
Parrot, Bahaman or Cuban Amazona leucocephala West Indies—Cuba, Bahamas, Caymans ......do E 3, 15 NA NA
Parrot, ground Pezoporus wallicus Australia ......do E 6 NA NA
Parrot, imperial Amazona imperialis West Indies—Dominica ......do E 3 NA NA
Parrot, night (=Australian) Geopsittacus occidentalis Australia ......do E 3 NA NA
Parrot, Puerto Rican Amazona vittata U.S.A. (PR) ......do E 1 NA NA
Parrot, red-browed Amazona rhodocorytha Brazil ......do E 3 NA NA
Parrot, red-capped Pionopsitta pileata ......do ......do E 15 NA NA
Parrot, red-necked Amazona arausiaca West Indies—Dominica ......do E 50 NA NA
Parrot, red-spectacled Amazona pretrei pretrei Brazil, Argentina ......do E 15 NA NA
Parrot, red-tailed Amazona brasiliensis Brazil ......do E 401 NA NA
Parrot, Seychelles lesser vasa Coracopsis nigra barklyi Indian Ocean—Seychelles (Praslin Island) ......do E 571 NA NA
Parrot, St. Vincent Amazona guildingii West Indies—St. Vincent ......do E 3 NA NA
Parrot, St. Lucia Amazona versicolor West Indies—St. Lucia ......do E 3 NA NA
Parrot, thick-billed Rhynchopsitta pachyrhyncha Mexico, U.S.A. (AZ, NM) Mexico E 3 NA NA
Parrot, vinaceous-breasted Amazona vinacea Brazil Entire E 15 NA NA
Parrotbill, Maui (honeycreeper) Pseudonestor xanthophrys U.S.A. (HI) ......do E 1 NA NA
Penguin, African Spheniscus demersus Atlantic Ocean—South Africa, Namibia ......do E 775 NA NA
Penguin, erect-crested Eudyptes sclateri New Zealand, Bounty Islands and Antipodes Islands ......do T 771 NA NA
Penguin, Fiordland crested Eudyptes pachyrhynchus New Zealand, South Island and offshore islands ......do T 771 NA NA
Penguin, Galapagos Spheniscus mendiculus Ecuador (Galapagos Islands) ......do E 3 NA NA
Penguin, Humboldt Spheniscus humboldti Eastern Pacific Ocean—Chile, Peru ......do T 771 NA NA
Penguin, southern rockhopper Eudyptes chrysocome Southern Ocean, South Atlantic Ocean, South Pacific Ocean, Southern Indian Ocean New Zealand-Australia distinct population segment, associated with the Campbell Plateau and Macquarie Island T 784 NA NA
Penguin, white-flippered Eudyptula minor albosignata New Zealand, South Island Entire T 771 NA NA
Penguin, yellow-eyed Megadyptes antipodes New Zealand, South Island and offshore islands ......do T 771 NA NA
Petrel, Chatham Pterodroma axillaris Pacific Ocean—New Zealand (Chatham Islands) ......do E 763 NA NA
Petrel, Fiji Pseudobulweria macgillivrayi Pacific Ocean—Fiji (Gau Island) ......do E 763 NA NA
Petrel, Galapagos Pterodroma phaeopygia Pacific Ocean—Ecuador (Galapagos Islands) ......do T 766 NA NA
Petrel, Hawaiian dark-rumped Pterodroma phaeopygia sandwichensis U.S.A. (HI) ......do E 1 NA NA
Petrel, Madeira Pterodroma madeira Atlantic Ocean—Madeira Island ......do E 571 NA NA
Petrel, magenta Pterodroma magentae Pacific Ocean—New Zealand (Chatham Islands) ......do E 763 NA NA
Petrel, Mascarene black Pterodroma aterrima Indian Ocean—Mauritius (Reunion Island) ......do E 571 NA NA
Pheasant, bar-tailed Syrmaticus humaie Burma, China ......do E 3 NA NA
Pheasant, Blyth's tragopan Tragopan blythii Burma, China, India ......do E 3 NA NA
Pheasant, brown eared Crossoptilon mantchuricum China ......do E 3 NA NA
Pheasant, Cabot's tragopan Tragopan caboti ......do ......do E 3 NA NA
Pheasant, cheer Catreus wallichii India, Nepal, Pakistan ......do E 401 NA NA
Pheasant, Chinese monal Lophophorus lhuysii China ......do E 3 NA NA
Pheasant, Edward's Lophura edwardsi Vietnam ......do E 3 NA NA
Pheasant, Elliot's Syrmaticus ellioti China ......do E 15 NA NA
Pheasant, imperial Lophura imperialis Vietnam ......do E 3 NA NA
Pheasant, Mikado Syrmaticus mikado Taiwan ......do E 3 NA NA
Pheasant, Palawan peacock Polyplectron emphanum Philippines ......do E 3 NA NA
Pheasant, Sclater's monal Lophophorus sclateri Burma, China, India ......do E 3 NA NA
Pheasant, Swinhoe's Lophura swinhoii Taiwan ......do E 3 NA NA
Pheasant, western tragopan Tragopan melanocephalus India, Pakistan ......do E 3 NA NA
Pheasant, white eared Crossoptilon crossoptilon China (Tibet), India ......do E 4 NA NA
Pigeon, Azores wood Columba palumbus azorica East Atlantic Ocean—Azores ......do E 3 NA NA
Pigeon, Chatham Island Hemiphaga novaeseelandiae chathamensis New Zealand ......do E 3 NA NA
Pigeon, Marquesan imperial Ducula galeata French Polynesia ......do E 783 NA NA
Pigeon, Mindoro imperial (=zone-tailed) Ducula mindorensis Philippines ......do E 15 NA NA
Pigeon, pink Columba mayeri Indian Ocean—Mauritius ......do E 571 NA NA
Pigeon, Puerto Rican plain Columba inornata wetmorei U.S.A. (PR) ......do E 2 NA NA
Pigeon, white-tailed laurel Columba junoniae Atlantic Ocean—Canary Islands ......do T 571 NA NA
Piping-guan, black-fronted Pipile jacutinga Argentina ......do E 15 NA NA
Pitta, Gurney's Pitta gurneyi Myanmar, Thailand ......do E 760 NA NA
Pitta, Koch's Pitta kochi Philippines ......do E 15 NA NA
Plantcutter, Peruvian Phytotoma raimondii Peru ......do E 799 NA NA
Plover, New Zealand shore Thinornis novaeseelandiae New Zealand ......do E 3 NA NA
Plover, piping Charadrius melodus U.S.A. (Great Lakes, northern Great Plains, Atlantic and Gulf Coasts, PR, VI), Canada, Mexico, Bahamas, West Indies Great Lakes, watershed in States of IL, IN, MI, MN, NY, OH, PA, and WI and Canada (Ont.) E 211 17.95(b) NA
Plover, piping Charadrius melodus U.S.A. (Great Lakes, northern Great Plains, Atlantic and Gulf Coasts, PR, VI), Canada, Mexico, Bahamas, West Indies Entire, except those areas where listed as endangered above T 211 17.95(b) NA
Plover, western snowy (Pacific Coast population DPS) Charadrius nivosus nivosus Pacific Coast population DPS— U.S.A. (CA, OR, WA), Mexico Pacific Coast population DPS—U.S.A. (CA, OR, WA), Mexico (within 50 miles of Pacific coast) T 493 17.95(b) NA
Pochard, Madagascar Aythya innotata Madagascar Entire E 571 NA NA
Po‘ouli (honeycreeper) Melamprosops phaeosoma U.S.A. (HI) ......do E 10 NA NA
Prairie-chicken, Attwater's greater Tympanuchus cupido attwateri U.S.A. (TX) ......do E 1 NA NA
Puffleg, black-breasted Eriocnemis nigrivestis Ecuador, South America ......do E 767 NA NA
Quail, Merriam's Montezuma Cyrtonyx montezumae merriami Mexico (Vera Cruz) ......do E 15 NA NA
Quetzel, resplendent Pharomachrus mocinno Mexico to Panama ......do E 15 NA NA
Rail, Aukland Island Rallus pectoralis muelleri New Zealand ......do E 3 NA NA
Rail, California clapper Rallus longirostris obsoletus U.S.A. (CA) ......do E 2 NA NA
Rail, Guam Rallus owstoni Western Pacific Ocean—U.S.A. (Guam) Entire, except Rota E 146E, 156, 371 NA NA
Do ......do ......do Rota XN 371 NA 17.84(f)
Rail, Junín Laterallus tuerosi Peru Entire E 799 NA NA
Rail, light-footed clapper Rallus longirostris levipes U.S.A. (CA), Mexico (Baja California) U.S.A. only E 2 NA NA
Rail, Lord Howe wood Gallirallus (=Tricholimnas) sylvestris Australia (Lord Howe Island) Entire E 15 NA NA
Rail, Yuma clapper Rallus longirostris yumanensis Mexico, U.S.A. (AZ, CA) U.S.A. only E 1 NA NA
Rhea, lesser (incl. Darwin's) Rhea (=Pterocnemia) pennata Argentina, Bolivia, Peru, Uruguay Entire E 3 NA NA
Robin, Chatham Island Petroica traversi New Zealand ......do E 3 NA NA
Robin, dappled mountain Arcanator orostruthus Mozambique, Tanzania ......do T 571 NA NA
Robin, scarlet-breasted (flycatcher) Petroica multicolor multicolor Australia (Norfolk Island) ......do E 3 NA NA
Rockfowl, grey-necked Picathartes oreas Cameroon, Gabon ......do E 3 NA NA
Rockfowl, white-necked Picathartes gymnocephalus Africa—Togo to Sierra Leone ......do E 3 NA NA
Roller, long-tailed ground Uratelornis chimaera Malagasy Republic (=Madagascar) ......do E 3 NA NA
Scrub-bird, noisy Atrichornis clamosus Australia ......do E 3 NA NA
Scrub-jay, Florida Aphelocoma coerulescens U.S.A. (FL) ......do T 267 NA NA
Shama, Cebu black (thrush) Copsychus niger cebuensis Philippines ......do E 3 NA NA
Shearwater, Heinroth's Puffinus heinrothi Pacific Ocean—Papua New Guinea (Bougainville Island), Solomon Islands (Kolom-bangara and Rendova) ......do T 766 NA NA
Shearwater, Newell's Townsend's Puffinus auricularis newelli U.S.A. (HI) ......do T 10 NA NA
Shrike, San Clemente loggerhead Lanius ludovicianus mearnsi U.S.A. (CA) ......do E 26 NA NA
Siskin, red Carduelis cucullata South America ......do E 15 NA NA
Sparrow, Cape Sable seaside Ammodramus maritimus mirabilis U.S.A. (FL) ......do E 1 17.95(b) NA
Sparrow, Florida grasshopper Ammodramus savannarum floridanus ......do ......do E 239 NA NA
Sparrow, San Clemente sage Amphispiza belli clementeae U.S.A. (CA) ......do T 26 NA NA
Sparrowhawk, Anjouan Island Accipiter francesii pusillus Indian Ocean—Comoro Islands ......do E 3 NA NA
Starling, Ponape mountain Aplonis pelzelni West Pacific Ocean—Federated States of Micronesia ......do E 3 NA NA
Starling, Rothschild's (myna) Leucopsar rothschildi Indonesia (Bali) ......do E 3 NA NA
Stilt, black Himantopus novaezelandiae New Zealand ......do E 760 NA NA
Stilt, Hawaiian Himantopus mexicanus (=himantopus) knudseni U.S.A. (HI) ......do E 2 NA NA
Stork, oriental white Ciconia boyciana (=ciconia b.) China, Japan, Korea, Russia ......do E 3 NA NA
Stork, wood Mycteria americana U.S.A., (CA, AZ, TX, to Carolinas), Mexico, C. and S. America U.S.A. (AL, FL, GA, SC) E 142 NA NA
Sunbird, Marungu Nectarinia prigoginei Zaire Entire E 571 NA NA
Swiftlet, Mariana gray Aerodramus vanikorensis bartschi Western Pacific Ocean—U.S.A. (Guam, Rota, Tinian, Saipan, Agiguan) ......do E 156 NA NA
Tanager, cherry-throated Nemosia rourei Brazil ......do E 774 NA NA
Teal, Campbell Island flightless Anas aucklandica nesiotis New Zealand (Campbell Island) ......do E 15 NA NA
Tern, California least Sterna antillarum browni Mexico, U.S.A. (CA) ......do E 2, 3 NA NA
Tern, least Sterna antillarum U.S.A. (Atlantic and Gulf coasts, Miss. R. Basin, CA), Greater and Lesser Antilles, Bahamas, Mexico; winters Central America, northern South America U.S.A. (AR, CO, IA, IL, IN, KS, KY, LA—Miss. R. and tribs. N of Baton Rouge, MS—Miss. R., MO, MT, ND, NE, NM, OK, SD, TN, TX—except within 50 miles of coast) E 182 NA NA
Tern, roseate Sterna dougallii dougallii Tropical and temperate coasts of Atlantic Basin and East Africa U.S.A. (Atlantic Coast south to NC), Canada (Newf., N.S, Que.), Bermuda E 296 NA NA
Do ......do ......do Western Hemisphere and adjacent oceans, incl. U.S.A. (FL, PR, VI), where not listed as endangered T 296 NA NA
Thicketbird, long-legged Trichocichla rufa Fiji Entire E 760 NA NA
Thrasher, white-breasted Ramphocinclus brachyurus West Indies—St. Lucia, Martinique ......do E 3 NA NA
Thrush, large Kauai Myadestes myadestinus U.S.A. (HI) ......do E 2 NA NA
Thrush, Molokai Myadestes lanaiensis rutha ......do ......do E 2 NA NA
Thrush, New Zealand (wattlebird) Turnagra capensis New Zealand ......do E 3 NA NA
Thrush, small Kauai Myadestes palmeri U.S.A. (HI) ......do E 1 NA NA
Thrush, St. Lucia forest Cichlherminia lherminieri sanctaeluciae West Indies—St. Lucia ......do E NA NA
Thrush, Taita Turdus olivaceous helleri Kenya ......do E 571 NA NA
Tinamou, solitary Tinamus solitarius Brazil, Paraguay, Argentina ......do E 15 NA NA
Tit-spinetail, white-browed Leptasthenura xenothorax Peru ......do E 799 NA NA
Tit-tyrant, ash-breasted Anairetes alpinus Bolivia, Peru ......do E 799 NA NA
Tody-tyrant, Kaempfer's Hemitriccus kaempferi Brazil ......do E 774 NA NA
Towhee, Inyo California Pipilo crissalis eremophilus U.S.A. (CA) ......do T 282 17.95(b) NA
Tree-finch, medium Camarhynchus pauper Ecuador (Galapagos Islands) ......do E 767 NA NA
Trembler, Martinique (thrasher) Cinclocerthia ruficauda gutturalis West Indies—Martinique ......do E 3 NA NA
Turaco, Bannerman's Tauraco bannermani Cameroon ......do E 571 NA NA
Turtle-dove, Seychelles Streptopelia picturata rostrata Indian Ocean—Seychelles ......do E 571 NA NA
Vanga, Pollen's Xenopirostris polleni Madagascar ......do T 571 NA NA
Vanga, Van Dam's Xenopirostris damii ......do ......do T 571 NA NA
Vireo, black-capped Vireo atricapillus U.S.A. (KS, LA, NE, OK, TX), Mexico. ......do E 294 NA NA
Vireo, least Bell's Vireo bellii pusillus U.S.A. (CA), Mexico ......do E 228 17.95(b) NA
Wanderer, plain (collared-hemipode) Pedionomous torquatus Australia ......do E 6 NA NA
Warbler, Aldabra (old world warbler) Nesillas aldabranus Indian Ocean—Seychelles (Aldabra Island) ......do E 571 NA NA
Warbler (wood), Bachman's Vermivora bachmanii U.S.A. (Southeastern), Cuba ......do E 1, 3 NA NA
Warbler (wood), Barbados yellow Dendroica petechia petechia West Indies—Barbados ......do E 3 NA NA
Warbler (wood), golden-cheeked Dendroica chrysoparia U.S.A. (TX), Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Belize ......do E 387E, 411 NA NA
Warbler (wood), Kirtland's Dendroica kirtlandii U.S.A. (principally MI), Canada, West Indies—Bahama Islands ......do E 1, 3 NA NA
Warbler, Eiao Marquesas reed- Acrocephalus percernis aquilonis ......do E 783 NA NA
Warbler, nightingale reed, (old world warbler) Acrocephalus luscinia West Pacific Ocean—U.S.A. (Guam, Alamagan, Saipan) ......do E 3, 4 NA NA
Warbler, Rodrigues (old world warbler) Bebrornis rodericanus Mauritius (Rodrigues Islands) ......do E 3 NA NA
Warbler (wood), Semper's Leucopeza semperi West Indies—St. Lucia ......do E 3 NA NA
Warbler, Seychelles (old world warbler) Bebrornis sechellensis Indian Ocean—Seychelles Island ......do E 3 NA NA
Wattle-eye, banded Platysteira laticincta Cameroon ......do E 571 NA NA
Weaver, Clarke's Ploceus golandi Kenya ......do E 571 NA NA
Whipbird, western Psophodes nigrogularis Australia ......do E 3 NA NA
White-eye, bridled Zosterops conspicillatus conspicillatus Western Pacific Ocean—U.S.A. (Guam) ......do E 156 NA NA
White-eye, Norfolk Island Zosterops albogularis Indian Ocean—Norfolk Islands ......do E 15 NA NA
White-eye, Ponape greater Rukia longirostra West Pacific Ocean—Federated States of Micronesia ......do E 3 NA NA
White-eye, Rota bridled Zosterops rotensis Western Pacific Ocean-U.S.A (Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands) ......do E 741 17.95(b) NA
White-eye, Seychelles Zosterops modesta Indian Ocean—Seychelles ......do E 3 NA NA
Woodpecker, imperial Campephilus imperialis Mexico ......do E 3 NA NA
Woodpecker, ivory-billed Campephilus principalis U.S.A. (southcentral and southeastern), Cuba ......do E 1, 3 NA NA
Woodpecker, red-cockaded Picoides borealis U.S.A. (southcentral and southeastern) ......do E 2 NA NA
Woodpecker, Tristam's Dryocopus javensis richardsi Korea ......do E 3 NA NA
Woodstar, Chilean Eulidia yarrellii Chile and Peru ......do E NA NA
Wren, Guadeloupe house Troglodytes aedon guadeloupensis West Indies—Guadeloupe ......do E 3 NA NA
Wren, St. Lucia house Troglodytes aedon mesoleucus West Indies—St. Lucia ......do E 3 NA NA
Reptiles
Alligator, American Alligator mississippiensis Southeastern U.S.A. ......do T(S/A) 1, 11, 20, 51, 60, 113, 134, 186, 269 NA 17.42(a)
Alligator, Chinese Alligator sinensis China ......do E 15 NA NA
Anole, Culebra Island giant Anolis roosevelti U.S.A. (PR—Culebra Island) ......do E 25 17.95(c) NA
Boa, Jamaican Epicrates subflavus Jamaica ......do E 3 NA NA
Boa, Mona Epicrates monensis monensis U.S.A. (PR) ......do T 33 17.95(c) NA
Boa, Puerto Rican Epicrates inornatus ......do ......do E 2 NA NA
Boa, Round Island [unnamed] Bolyeria multocarinata Indian Ocean—Mauritius ......do E 88 NA NA
Do Casarea dussumieri ......do ......do E 88 NA NA
Boa, Virgin Islands tree Epicrates monensis granti U.S.A. (PR), British Virgin Islands ......do E 2, 86 NA NA
Caiman, Apaporis River Caiman crocodilus apaporiensis Colombia ......do E 15 NA NA
Caiman, black Melanosuchus niger Amazon basin ......do E 15 NA NA
Caiman, broad-snouted Caiman latirostris Brazil, Argentina, Paraguay, Uruguay ......do E 15 NA NA
Caiman, brown Caiman crocodilus fuscus (includes Caiman crocodilus chiapasius) Mexico, Central America, Colombia, Ecuador, Venezuela, Peru ......do T(S/A) 695 NA 17.42(g)
Caiman, common Caiman crocodilus crocodilus Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, French Guiana, Guyana, Suriname, Venezuela, Bolivia, Peru ......do T(S/A) 695 NA 17.42(g)
Caiman, yacare Caiman yacare Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Paraguay ......do T 3, 695 NA 17.42(g)
Chuckwalla, San Esteban Island Sauromalus varius Mexico ......do E 88 NA NA
Crocodile, African dwarf Osteolaemus tetraspis tetraspis West Africa ......do E 15, 15A NA NA
Crocodile, African slender-snouted Crocodylus cataphractus Western and central Africa ......do E 5 NA NA
Crocodile, American Crocodylus acutus U.S.A. (FL), Mexico, Caribbean, Central and South America Entire, except in U.S.A. (FL) E 87 NA NA
Do ......do ......do U.S.A. (FL) T 10 17.95(c) NA
Crocodile, American Crocodylus acutus U.S.A. (FL), Mexico, Caribbean, Central and South America Entire E 10, 87 17.95(c) NA
Crocodile, Ceylon mugger Crocodylus palustris kimbula Sri Lanka ......do E 15 NA NA
Crocodile, Congo dwarf Osteolaemus tetraspis osborni Congo R. drainage ......do E 15 NA NA
Crocodile, Cuban Crocodylus rhombifer Cuba ......do E 3 NA NA
Crocodile, mugger Crocodylus palustris palustris India, Pakistan, Iran, Bangladesh ......do E 15 NA NA
Crocodile, Nile Crocodylus niloticus Africa, Middle East ......do T 3, 279, 334, 514, 585 NA 17.42(c)
Crocodile, Orinoco Crocodylus intermedius South America—Orinoco R. basin ......do E 3 NA NA
Crocodile, Philippine Crocodylus novaeguineae mindorensis Philippine Islands ......do E 15 NA NA
Crocodile, saltwater Crocodylus porosus Southeast Asia, Australia, Papua New Guinea, Islands of the West Pacific Ocean Entire, except Papua New Guinea and Australia E 87, 585 NA NA
Do ......do ......do Australia T 87, 585 NA 17.42(c)
Crocodile, Siamese Crocodylus siamensis Southeast Asia, Malay Peninsula Entire E 15 NA NA
Gavial Gavialis gangeticus Pakistan, Burma, Bangladesh, India, Nepal ......do E 3 NA NA
Gecko, day Phelsuma edwardnewtoni Indian Ocean—Mauritius ......do E 3 NA NA
Gecko, Monito Sphaerodactylus micropithecus U.S.A. (PR) ......do E 125 17.95(c) NA
Gecko, Round Island day Phelsuma guentheri Indian Ocean—Mauritius ......do E 3 NA NA
Gecko, Serpent Island Cyrtodactylus serpensinsula ......do ......do T 129 NA NA
Iguana, Acklins ground Cyclura rileyi nuchalis West Indies—Bahamas ......do T 129 NA NA
Iguana, Allen's Cay Cyclura cychlura inornata ......do ......do T 129 NA NA
Iguana, Andros Island ground Cyclura cychlura cychlura ......do ......do T 129 NA NA
Iguana, Anegada ground Cyclura pinguis West Indies—British Virgin Islands (Anegada Island) ......do E 3 NA NA
Iguana, Barrington land Conolophus pallidus Ecuador (Galapagos Islands) ......do E 3 NA NA
Iguana, Cayman Brac ground Cyclura nubila caymanensis West Indies—Cayman Islands ......do T 129 NA NA
Iguana, Cuban ground Cyclura nubila nubila Cuba ......do T 129 NA NA
Iguana, Exuma Island Cyclura cychlura figginsi West Indies—Bahamas ......do T 129 NA NA
Iguana, Fiji banded Brachylophus fasciatus Pacific—Fiji, Tonga ......do E 88 NA NA
Iguana, Fiji crested Brachylophus vitiensis Pacific—Fiji ......do E 88 NA NA
Iguana, Grand Cayman ground Cyclura nubila lewisi West Indies—Cayman Islands ......do E 129 NA NA
Iguana, Jamaican Cyclura collei West Indies—Jamaica ......do E 129 NA NA
Iguana, Mayaguana Cyclura carinata bartschi West Indies—Bahamas ......do T 129 NA NA
Iguana, Mona ground Cyclura stejnegeri U.S.A. (PR—Mona Island) ......do T 33 17.95(c) NA
Iguana, Turks and Caicos Cyclura carinata carinata West Indies—Turks and Caicos Islands ......do T 129 NA NA
Iguana, Watling Island ground Cyclura rileyi rileyi West Indies—Bahamas ......do E 129 NA NA
Iguana, White Cay ground Cyclura rileyi cristata ......do ......do T 129 NA NA
Lizard, blunt-nosed leopard Gambelia silus U.S.A. (CA) ......do E 1 NA NA
Lizard, Coachella Valley fringe-toed Uma inornata ......do ......do T 105 17.95(c) NA
Lizard, Hierro giant Gallotia simonyi simonyi Spain (Canary Islands) ......do E 144 NA NA
Lizard, Ibiza wall Podarcis pityusensis Spain (Balearic Islands) ......do T 144 NA NA
Lizard, Island night Xantusia riversiana U.S.A. (CA) ......do T 26 NA NA
Lizard, Maria Island ground Cnemidophorus vanzoi West Indies—St. Lucia (Maria Islands) ......do E 443 NA NA
Lizard, St. Croix ground Ameiva polops U.S.A. (VI) ......do E 24 17.95(c) NA
Monitor, desert Varanus griseus North Africa to Aral Sea, through Central Asia to Pakistan, Northwest India ......do E 15 NA NA
Monitor, Indian (=Bengal) Varanus bengalensis Iran, Iraq, India, Sri Lanka, Malaysia, Afghanistan, Burma, Vietnam, Thailand ......do E 15 NA NA
Monitor, Komodo Island Varanus komodoensis Indonesia (Komodo, Rintja, Padar, and western Flores Island) ......do E 15 NA NA
Monitor, yellow Varanus flavescens West Pakistan through India to Bangladesh ......do E 15 NA NA
Python, Indian Python molurus molurus Sri Lanka and India ......do E 15 NA NA
Rattlesnake, Aruba Island Crotalus unicolor Aruba Island (Netherland Antilles) ......do T 129 NA NA
Rattlesnake, New Mexican ridge-nosed Crotalus willardi obscurus U.S.A. (AZ, NM), Mexico ......do T 43 17.95(c) NA
Sea turtle, green Chelonia mydas Circumglobal in tropical and temperate seas and oceans Breeding colony populations in FL and on Pacific coast of Mexico E 42 NA 224.104
Do ......do ......do Wherever found except where listed as endangered T 42 226.208 17.42(b), 223.205, 223.206, 223.207
Sea turtle, hawksbill Eretmochelys imbricata Tropical seas Entire E 3 17.95(c), 226.209 224.104
Sea turtle, Kemp's ridley Lepidochelys kempii Tropical and temperate seas in Atlantic Basin, incl. Gulf of Mexico ......do E 4 NA 224.104
Sea turtle, leatherback Dermochelys coriacea Tropical, temperate, and subpolar seas ......do E 3 17.95(c), 226.207 224.104
Sea turtle, loggerhead, Mediterranean Sea Caretta caretta Mediterranean Sea Basin Mediterranean Sea east of 5°36′ W. Long E 794 NA NA
Sea turtle, loggerhead, North Indian Ocean ......do North Indian Ocean Basin North Indian Ocean north of the equator and south of 30° N. Lat E 794 NA NA
Sea turtle, loggerhead, North Pacific Ocean ......do North Pacific Ocean Basin North Pacific north of the equator and south of 60° N. Lat E 794 NA NA
Sea turtle, loggerhead, Northeast Atlantic Ocean ......do Northeast Atlantic Ocean Basin Northeast Atlantic Ocean north of the equator, south of 60° N. Lat., and east of 40° W. Long., except in the vicinity of the Strait of Gibraltar where the eastern boundary is 5°36′ W. Long E 794 NA NA
Sea turtle, loggerhead, Northwest Atlantic Ocean ......do Northwest Atlantic Ocean Basin Northwest Atlantic Ocean north of the equator, south of 60° N. Lat., and west of 40° W. Long T 794 NA NA
Sea turtle, loggerhead, South Atlantic Ocean ......do South Atlantic Ocean Basin South Atlantic Ocean south of the equator, north of 60° S. Lat., west of 20° E. Long., and east of 67° W. Long T 794 NA NA
Sea turtle, loggerhead, South Pacific Ocean ......do South Pacific Ocean Basin South Pacific south of the equator, north of 60° S. Lat., west of 67° W. Long., and east of 141° E. Long E 794 NA NA
Sea turtle, loggerhead, Southeast Indo-Pacific Ocean ......do Southeast Indian Ocean Basin; South Pacific Ocean Basin as far east as 141° E. Long Southeast Indian Ocean south of the equator, north of 60° S. Lat., and east of 80° E. Long.; South Pacific Ocean south of the equator, north of 60° S. Lat., and west of 141° E. Long T 794 NA NA
Sea turtle, loggerhead, Southwest Indian Ocean ......do Southwest Indian Ocean Basin Southwest Indian Ocean north of the equator, south of 30° N. Lat., west of 20° E. Long., and east of 80° E. Long T 794 NA NA
Sea turtle, olive ridley Lepidochelys olivacea Circumglobal in tropical and temperate seas Wherever found except where listed as endangered below T 42 NA 17.42(b), 223.205, 223.206, 223.207
Do ......do ......do Breeding colony populations on Pacific coast of Mexico E 42 NA 224.104
Skink, bluetail mole Eumeces egregius lividus U.S.A. (FL) Entire T 299 NA 17.42(d)
Skink, Round Island Leiolopisma telfairi Indian Ocean—Mauritius ......do T 129 NA NA
Skink, sand Neoseps reynoldsi U.S.A. (FL) ......do T 299 NA 17.42(d)
Snake, Atlantic salt marsh Nerodia clarkii taeniata ......do ......do T 30 NA NA
Snake, copperbelly water Nerodia erythrogaster neglecta U.S.A. (IL, IN, KY, MI, OH) IN north of 40° N. Lat., MI, OH T 607 NA NA
Snake, eastern indigo Drymarchon corais couperi U.S.A. (AL, FL, GA, MS, SC) Entire T 32 NA NA
Snake, giant garter Thamnophis gigas U.S.A. (CA) ......do T 522 NA NA
Snake, Maria Island Liophus ornatus West Indies—St. Lucia (Maria Islands) ......do E 443 NA NA
Snake, San Francisco garter Thamnophis sirtalis tetrataenia U.S.A. (CA) ......do E 1 NA NA
Tartaruga Podocnemis expansa South America—Orinoco R. and Amazon R. basins ......do E 3 NA NA
Terrapin, river Batagur baska Malaysia, Bangladesh, Burma, India, Indonesia ......do E 3 NA NA
Tomistoma Tomistoma schlegelii Malaysia, Indonesia ......do E 15 NA NA
Tortoise, angulated Geochelone yniphora Malagasy Republic (=Madagascar) ......do E 15 NA NA
Tortoise, Bolson Gopherus flavomarginatus Mexico ......do E 46 NA NA
Tortoise, desert Gopherus agassizii U.S.A. (AZ, CA, NV, UT), Mexico Entire, except AZ south and east of Colorado R., and Mexico T 103, 357E, 378 17.95(c) NA
Do ......do ......do AZ south and east of Colorado R., and Mexico, when found outside of Mexico or said range in AZ T(S/A) 378 NA 17.42(e)
Tortoise, Galapagos Geochelone nigra (=elephantopus) Ecuador (Galapagos Islands) Entire E 3 NA NA
Tortoise, gopher Gopherus polyphemus U.S.A. (AL, FL, GA, LA, MS, SC) Wherever found west of Mobile and Tombigbee Rivers in AL, MS, and LA T 281 NA NA
Tortoise, Madagascar radiated Geochelone radiata Malagasy Republic (=Madagascar) Entire E 3 NA NA
Tracaja Podocnemis unifilis South America—Orinoco R. and Amazon R. basins ......do E 3 NA NA
Tuatara Sphenodon punctatus New Zealand ......do E 3, 630 NA NA
Tuatara, Brother's Island Sphenodon guntheri New Zealand (N. Brother's Island) ......do E 3, 630 NA NA
Turtle, Alabama redbelly Pseudemys alabamensis U.S.A. (AL) ......do E 278 NA NA
Turtle, aquatic box Terrapene coahuila Mexico ......do E 6 NA NA
Turtle, black softshell Trionyx nigricans Bangladesh ......do E 15 NA NA
Turtle, bog (=Muhlenberg) Clemmys muhlenbergii U.S.A. (CT, DE, GA, MA, MD, NC, NJ, NY, PA, SC, TN, VA) Entire, except GA, NC, SC, TN, VA T 626 NA NA
Do ......do ......do U.S.A. (GA, NC, SC, TN, VA) T(S/A) 626 NA 17.42(f)
Turtle, Brazilian sideneck Phrynops hogei Brazil Entire E 443 NA NA
Turtle, Burmese peacock Morenia ocellata Burma ......do E 15 NA NA
Turtle, Cat Island Trachemys terrapen West Indies—Jamaica, Bahamas Cat Island in the Bahamas E 443 NA NA
Turtle, Central American river Dermatemys mawii Mexico, Belize, Guatemala Entire E 129 NA NA
Turtle, Cuatro Cienegas softshell Trionyx ater Mexico ......do E 15 NA NA
Turtle, flattened musk Sternotherus depressus U.S.A. (AL) Black Warrior R. system upstream from Bankhead Dam T 272 NA NA
Turtle, geometric Psammobates geometricus South Africa Entire E 15 NA NA
Turtle, Inagua Island Trachemys stejnegeri malonei West Indies—Bahamas (Great Inagua Island) ......do E 443 NA NA
Turtle, Indian sawback Kachuga tecta tecta India ......do E 15 NA NA
Turtle, Indian softshell Trionyx gangeticus Pakistan, India ......do E 15 NA NA
Turtle, peacock softshell Trionyx hurum India, Bangladesh ......do E 15 NA NA
Turtle, Plymouth redbelly Pseudemys rubriventris bangsi U.S.A. (MA) ......do E 90 17.95(c) NA
Turtle, ringed map Graptemys oculifera U.S.A. (LA, MS) ......do T 250 NA NA
Turtle, short-necked or western swamp Pseudemydura umbrina Australia ......do E 3 NA NA
Turtle, South American red-lined Trachemys scripta callirostris Colombia, Venezuela ......do E 443 NA NA
Turtle, spotted pond Geoclemys hamiltonii North India, Pakistan ......do E 15 NA NA
Turtle, three-keeled Asian Melanochelys tricarinata Central India to Bangladesh and Burma ......do E 15 NA NA
Turtle, yellow-blotched map Graptemys flavimaculata U.S.A. (MS) ......do T 416 NA NA
Viper, Lar Valley Vipera latifii Iran ......do E 129 NA NA
Whipsnake, Alameda (=striped racer) Masticophis lateralis euryxanthus U.S.A. (CA) ......do T 628 17.95(c) NA
Amphibians
Coqui, golden Eleutherodactylus jasperi U.S.A. (PR) ......do T 29 17.95(d) NA
Frog, California red-legged Rana draytonii U.S.A. (CA), Mexico ......do T 583 17.95(d) 17.43
Frog, Chiricahua leopard Lithobates chiricahuensis U.S.A (AZ, NM), Mexico ......do T 726 17.95(d) 17.43(b)
Frog, dusky gopher Rana sevosa U.S.A. (AL, LA, MS) ......do E 718 17.95(d) NA
Frog, Goliath Conraua goliath Cameroon, Equatorial Guinea, Gabon ......do T 566 NA NA
Frog, Israel painted Discoglossus nigriventer Israel ......do E 3 NA NA
Frog, mountain yellow-legged (southern California DPS) Rana muscosa U.S.A. (California, Nevada) U.S.A., southern California E 728 17.95(d) NA
Frog, Panamanian golden Atelopus varius zeteki Panama Entire E 15 NA NA
Frog, Stephen Island Leiopelma hamiltoni New Zealand ......do E 3 NA NA
Guajón Eleutherodactylus cooki U.S.A. (PR) ......do T 617 17.95(d) NA
Hellbender, Ozark Cryptobranchus alleganiensis bishopi AR, MO ......do E 795 NA NA
Salamander, Barton Springs Eurycea sosorum U.S.A. (TX) ......do E 612 NA NA
Salamander, California tiger Ambystoma californiense U.S.A. (CA) U.S.A. (CA—Santa Barbara County) E 677E, 702 17.95(d) NA
Salamander, California tiger Ambystoma californiense ......do U.S.A. (CA—Central California) T 744 17.95(d) 17.43(c)
Salamander, California tiger Ambystoma californiense ......do U.S.A. (CA—Sonoma County) E 729E, 734 17.95(d) NA
Salamander, Cheat Mountain Plethodon nettingi U.S.A. (WV) Entire T 358 NA NA
Salamander, Chinese giant Andrias davidianus (=davidianus d.) Western China ......do E 15 NA NA
Salamander, desert slender Batrachoseps aridus U.S.A. (CA) ......do E 6 NA NA
Salamander, frosted flatwoods Ambystoma cingulatum U.S.A. (FL, GA, SC) ......do T 658 17.95(d) NA
Salamander, Japanese giant Andrias japonicus (=davidianus j.) Japan ......do E 15 NA NA
Salamander, Red Hills Phaeognathus hubrichti U.S.A. (AL) ......do T 19 NA NA
Salamander, reticulated flatwoods Ambystoma bishopi U.S.A. (FL, GA) ......do E 17.95(d) NA
Salamander, San Marcos Eurycea nana U.S.A. (TX) ......do T 98 17.95(d) 17.43(a)
Salamander, Santa Cruz long-toed Ambystoma macrodactylum croceum U.S.A. (CA) ......do E 1 NA NA
Salamander, Shenandoah Plethodon shenandoah U.S.A. (VA) ......do E 358 NA NA
Salamander, Sonoran tiger Ambystoma tigrinum stebbinsi U.S.A. (AZ), Mexico ......do E 600 NA NA
Salamander, Texas blind Typhlomolge rathbuni U.S.A. (TX) ......do E 1 NA NA
Toad, arroyo (=arroyo southwestern) Anaxyrus californicus U.S.A. (CA), Mexico ......do E 568 17.95(d) NA
Toad, Cameroon Bufo superciliaris Equatorial Africa ......do E 15 NA NA
Toad, Houston Bufo houstonensis U.S.A. (TX) ......do E 2 17.95(d) NA
Toad, Monte Verde golden Bufo periglenes Costa Rica ......do E 15 NA NA
Toad, Puerto Rican crested Peltophryne lemur U.S.A. (PR), British Virgin Islands ......do T 283 NA NA
Toad, Wyoming Bufo hemiophrys baxteri U.S.A. (WY) ......do E 138 NA NA
Toads, African viviparous Nectophrynoides spp. Tanzania, Guinea, Ivory Coast, Cameroon, Liberia, Ethiopia ......do E 15 NA NA
Fishes
Ala Balik (trout) Salmo platycephalus Turkey Entire E 3 NA NA
Ayumodoki (loach) Hymenophysa curta Japan ......do E 3 NA NA
Blindcat, Mexican (catfish) Prietella phreatophila Mexico ......do E 3 NA NA
Bocaccio (Puget Sound-Georgia Basin DPS) Sebastespaucispinis Pacific coast from Punta Blanca, Baja California, to the Gulf of Alaska off Krozoff and Kodiak Islands Puget Sound-Georgia Basin DPS—U.S.A. (WA) and British Columbia, including Puget Sound and Georgia Basin E 776 NA NA
Bonytongue, Asian Scleropages formosus Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia Entire E 15 NA NA
Catfish Pangasius sanitwongsei Thailand ......do E 3 NA NA
Catfish, Thailand giant Pangasianodon gigas ......do ......do E 3 NA NA
Catfish, Yaqui Ictalurus pricei U.S.A. (AZ), Mexico ......do T 157 17.95(e) 17.44(h)
Cavefish, Alabama Speoplatyrhinus poulsoni U.S.A. (AL) ......do E 28, 328 17.95(e) NA
Cavefish, Ozark Amblyopsis rosae U.S.A. (AR, MO, OK) ......do T 164 NA NA
Chub, bonytail Gila elegans U.S.A. (AZ, CA, CO, NV, UT, WY) ......do E 92 17.95(e) NA
Chub, Borax Lake Gila boraxobius U.S.A. (OR) ......do E 94E, 124 17.95(e) NA
Chub, Chihuahua Gila nigrescens U.S.A. (NM), Mexico (Chihuahua) ......do T 132 NA 17.44(g)
Chub, Gila Gila intermedia U.S.A. (AZ, NM), Mexico. ......do E 755 17.95(e) NA
Chub, humpback Gila cypha U.S.A. (AZ, CO, UT, WY) ......do E 1 17.95(e) NA
Chub, Hutton tui Gila bicolor ssp. U.S.A. (OR) ......do T 174 NA 17.44(j)
Chub, Mohave tui Gila bicolor mohavensis U.S.A. (CA) ......do E 2 NA NA
Chub, Oregon Oregonichthys crameri U.S.A. (OR) ......do T 520,769 17.95(e) NA
Chub, Owens tui Gila bicolor snyderi U.S.A. (CA) ......do E 195 17.95(e) NA
Chub, Pahranagat roundtail Gila robusta jordani U.S.A. (NV) ......do E 2 NA NA
Chub, slender Erimystax cahni U.S.A. (TN, VA) Entire, except where listed as an experimental population T 28 17.95(e) 17.44(c)
Do ......do ......do U.S.A. (TN—specified portions of the French Broad and Holston Rivers; see 17.84(s)(1)(i)) XN NA 17.84(sr)
Chub, Sonora Gila ditaenia U.S.A. (AZ), Mexico Entire T 227 17.95(e) 17.44(o)
Chub, spotfin (=turquoise shiner) Erimonax monachus U.S.A. (AL, GA, NC, TN, VA) Entire, except where listed as an experimental population T 28 17.95(e) 17.44(c)
Do ......do ......do U.S.A. (TN—specified portions of the Tellico River; see 17.84(m)(1)(i)) XN 732 NA 17.84(m)
Do ......do ......do U.S.A. (AL, TN—specified portions of Shoal Creek; see 17.84(m)(1)(ii)) XN 747 NA 17.84(m)
Do ......do ......do U.S.A. (TN—specified portions of the French Broad and Holston Rivers; see 17.84(m)(1)(iii)) XN NA 17.84(m)
Chub, Virgin River Gila robusta semidnuda U.S.A. (AZ, NV, UT) Entire E 361 17.95(e) NA
Chub, Yaqui Gila purpurea U.S.A. (AZ), Mexico ......do E 157 17.95(e) NA
Cicek (minnow) Acanthorutilus handlirschi Turkey ......do E 3 NA NA
Cui-ui Chasmistes cujus U.S.A. (NV) ......do E 1 NA NA
Dace, Ash Meadows speckled Rhinichthys osculus nevadensis ......do ......do E 117E, 127E, 130 17.95(e) NA
Dace, blackside Phoxinus cumberlandensis U.S.A. (KY, TN) ......do T 273 NA NA
Dace, Clover Valley speckled Rhinichthys osculus oligoporus U.S.A. (NV) ......do E 370 NA NA
Dace, desert Eremichthys acros ......do ......do T 1, 2D, 210 17.95(e) 17.44(m)
Dace, Foskett speckled Rhinichthys osculus ssp. U.S.A. (OR) ......do T 174 NA 17.44(j)
Dace, Independence Valley speckled Rhinichthys osculus lethoporus U.S.A. (NV) ......do E 370, 372 NA NA
Dace, Kendall Warm Springs Rhinichthys osculus thermalis U.S.A. (WY) ......do E 2 NA NA
Dace, laurel Chrosomus saylori U.S.A (TN) ......do E 791 NA NA
Dace, Moapa Moapa coriacea U.S.A. (NV) ......do E 1 NA NA
Darter, amber Percina antesella U.S.A. (AL, GA, TN) ......do E 196 17.95(e) NA
Darter, bayou Etheostoma rubrum U.S.A. (MS) ......do T 10 NA 17.44(b)
Darter, bluemask Etheostoma sp. U.S.A. (TN) ......do E 525 NA NA
Darter, boulder Etheostoma wapiti U.S.A. (AL, TN) Entire, except where listed as an experimental population E 322 NA NA
Do ......do ......do Shoal Creek (from Shoal Creek mile 41.7 (66.7 km)) at the mouth of Long Branch, Lawrence County, TN, downstream to the backwaters of Wilson Reservoir (Shoal Creek mile 14 (22 km)) at Goose Shoals, Lauderdale County, AL, including the lower 5 miles (8 km) of all tributaries that enter this reach XN 747 NA 17.84(o)
Darter, Cherokee Etheostoma scotti U.S.A. (GA) Entire T 569 NA NA
Darter, Cumberland Etheostoma susanae U.S.A. (KY, TN) ......do E 791 NA NA
Darter, duskytail Etheostoma percnurum U.S.A. (TN, VA) Entire, except where listed as an experimental population E 502 NA NA
Do ......do ......do U.S.A. (TN—specified portions of the Tellico River; see 17.84(p)(1)(i)) XN 732 NA 17.84(q)
Do ......do ......do U.S.A. (TN—specified portions of the French Broad and Holston Rivers; see 17.84(q)(1)(ii)) XN NA 17.84(q)
Darter, Etowah Etheostoma etowahae U.S.A. (GA) Entire E 569 NA NA
Darter, fountain Etheostoma fonticola U.S.A. (TX) ......do E 2 17.95(e) NA
Darter, goldline Percina aurolineata U.S.A. (AL, GA, TN) ......do T 462 NA NA
Darter, leopard Percina pantherina U.S.A. (AR, OK) ......do T 31 17.95(e) 17.44(d)
Darter, Maryland Etheostoma sellare U.S.A. (MD) ......do E 1 17.95(e) NA
Darter, Niangua Etheostoma nianguae U.S.A. (MO) ......do T 185 17.95(e) 17.44(k)
Darter, Okaloosa Etheostoma okaloosae U.S.A. (FL) ......do T 6, 787 NA 17.44(bb)
Darter, relict Etheostoma chienense U.S.A. (KY) ......do E 525 NA NA
Darter, rush Etheostoma phytophilum U.S.A. (AL) ......do E 791 NA NA
Darter, slackwater Etheostoma boschungi U.S.A. (AL, TN) ......do T 28 17.95(e) 17.44(c)
Darter, snail Percina tanasi U.S.A. (AL, GA, TN) ......do T 12, 150 NA NA
Darter, vermilion Etheostoma chermocki U.S.A. (AL) ......do E 715 17.95(e) NA
Darter, watercress Etheostoma nuchale ......do ......do E 2 NA NA
Darter, yellowcheek Etheostoma moorei U.S.A. (AR) ......do E 791 NA NA
Eulachon, Pacific (Southern DPS) Thaleichthyspacificus Eastern Pacific Ocean, from northern California to southwestern Alaska and into the southeastern Bering Sea Southern DPS—Populations spawning from the Skeena River in British Columbia (inclusive) south to the Mad River in Northern California (inclusive), wherever found T 776 NA NA
Gambusia, Big Bend Gambusia gaigei U.S.A. (TX) Entire E 1 NA NA
Gambusia, Clear Creek Gambusia heterochir ......do ......do E 1 NA NA
Gambusia, Pecos Gambusia nobilis U.S.A. (NM, TX) ......do E 2 NA NA
Gambusia, San Marcos Gambusia georgei U.S.A. (TX) ......do E 98 17.95(e) NA
Goby, tidewater Eucyclogobius newberryi U.S.A. (CA) ......do E 527 17.95(e) NA
Logperch, Conasauga Percina jenkinsi U.S.A. (GA, TN) ......do E 196 17.95(e) NA
Logperch, Roanoke Percina rex U.S.A. (VA) ......do E 359 NA NA
Madtom, chucky Noturus crypticus U.S.A. (TN) ......do E 791 NA NA
Madtom, Neosho Noturus placidus U.S.A. (KS, MO, OK) ......do T 388 NA NA
Madtom, pygmy Noturus stanauli U.S.A. (TN) Entire, except where listed as an experimental population E 502 NA NA
Do ......do ......do U.S.A. (TN—specified portions of the French Broad and Holston Rivers; see 17.84(t)(1)(i)) XN NA 17.84(t)
Madtom, Scioto Noturus trautmani U.S.A. (OH) Entire E 10 NA NA
Madtom, smoky Noturus baileyi U.S.A. (TN) Entire, except where listed as an experimental population E 163 17.95(e) NA
Do ......do ......do U.S.A. (TN—specified portions of the Tellico River; see 17.84(r)(1)(i)) XN 732 NA 17.84(r)
Madtom, yellowfin Noturus flavipinnis U.S.A. (TN, VA) Entire, except where listed as an experimental population T 28 17.95(e) 17.44(c)
Do ......do ......do U.S.A. (TN, VA—specified portions of the Holston River and watershed; see 17.84(e)(1)(i)) XN 317 NA 17.84(e)
Do ......do ......do U.S.A. (TN—specified portions of the Tellico River; see 17.84(e)(1)(ii)) XN 732 NA 17.84(e)
Do ......do ......do U.S.A. (TN—specified portions of the French Broad and Holston Rivers; see 17.84(e)(1)(iii)) XN NA 17.84(e)
Minnow, Devils River Dionda diaboli U.S.A. (TX), Mexico Entire T 669 17.95(e) NA
Minnow, loach Tiaroga cobitis U.S.A. (AZ, NM), Mexico ......do E 247 17.95(e) NA
Minnow, Rio Grande silvery Hybognathus amarus U.S.A.(NM, TX), Mexico Entire, except where listed as an experimental population E 543 17.95(e) NA
Do ......do ......do Rio Grande, from Little Box Canyon (approximately 10.4 river miles downstream of Fort Quitman, TX) to Amistad Dam; and on the Pecos River, from its confluence with Independence Creek to its confluence with the Rio Grande XN 761 NA 17.84(u)
Nekogigi (catfish) Coreobagrus ichikawai Japan Entire E 3 NA NA
Pikeminnow (=squawfish), Colorado Ptychocheilus lucius U.S.A. (AZ, CA, CO, NM, NV, UT, WY), Mexico Entire, except Salt and Verde R. drainages, AZ E 1, 193 17.95(e) NA
Do ......do ......do Salt and Verde R. drainages, AZ XN 193 NA 17.84(b)
Poolfish, Pahrump Empetrichthys latos U.S.A. (NV) Entire E 1 NA NA
Pupfish, Ash Meadows Amargosa Cyprinodon nevadensis mionectes ......do ......do E 117E, 127E, 130 17.95(e) NA
Pupfish, Comanche Springs Cyprinodon elegans U.S.A. (TX) ......do E 1 NA NA
Pupfish, desert Cyprinodon macularius U.S.A. (AZ, CA) Mexico ......do E 222 17.95(e) NA
Pupfish, Devils Hole Cyprinodon diabolis U.S.A. (NV) ......do E 1 NA NA
Pupfish, Leon Springs Cyprinodon bovinus U.S.A. (TX) ......do E 102 17.95(e) NA
Pupfish, Owens Cyprinodon radiosus U.S.A. (CA) ......do E 1 NA NA
Pupfish, Warm Springs Cyprinodon nevadensis pectoralis U.S.A. (NV) ......do E 2 NA NA
Rockfish, canary (Puget Sound-Georgia Basin DPS) Sebastespinniger Pacific coast from Punta Colnett, Baja California, to the Western Gulf of Alaska Puget Sound-Georgia Basin DPS—U.S.A. (WA) and British Columbia, including Puget Sound and Georgia Basin T 776 NA NA
Rockfish, yelloweye (Puget Sound-Georgia Basin DPS) Sebastesruberrimus Pacific coast from northern Baja California to the Aleutian Islands, Alaska ......do T 776 NA NA
Salmon, Atlantic (Gulf of Maine DPS) Salmosalar U.S.A., Canada, Greenland, western Europe Gulf of Maine DPS—U.S.A. (ME), which includes all naturally reproducing populations and those river-specific hatchery populations cultured from them. E 705 226.217 NA
Salmon, Chinook (California Coastal ESU) Oncorhynchustshawytscha North America from Ventura River in California to Point Hope, Alaska, and the Mackenzie River area in Canada; northeast Asia from Hokkaido, Japan, to the Anadyr River, Russia California Coastal ESU—U.S.A. (CA), including all naturally spawned populations of Chinook salmon from rivers and streams south of the Klamath River to the Russian River, California, as well as seven artificial propagation programs: See 223.102 T 674 226.211 NA
Salmon, Chinook (Central Valley spring-run ESU) ......do ......do Central Valley spring-run ESU—U.S.A. (CA), including all naturally spawned populations of spring-run Chinook salmon in the Sacramento River and its tributaries in California, including the Feather River, as well as the Feather River Hatchery spring-run Chinook program T 674 226.211 NA
Salmon, Chinook (Lower Columbia River ESU) ......do ......do Lower Columbia River ESU—U.S.A. (OR, WA), including all naturally spawned populations of Chinook salmon from the Columbia River and its tributaries from its mouth at the Pacific Ocean upstream to a transitional point between Washington and Oregon east of the Hood River and the White Salmon River, and includes the Willamette River to Willamette Falls, Oregon, exclusive of spring-run Chinook salmon in the Clackamas River, as well as 17 artificial propagation programs: See 223.102 T 664 226.212 223.203
Salmon, Chinook (Puget Sound ESU) ......do ......do Puget Sound ESU—U.S.A. (WA), including all naturally spawned populations of Chinook salmon from rivers and streams flowing into Puget Sound including the Straits of Juan De Fuca from the Elwha River, eastward, including rivers and streams flowing into Hood Canal, South Sound, North Sound and the Strait of Georgia in Washington, as well as 26 artificial propagation programs: See 223.102 T 664 226.212 223.203
Salmon, Chinook (Sacramento River winter-run ESU) ......do ......do Sacramento River winter-run ESU—U.S.A. (CA), including all naturally spawned populations of winter-run Chinook salmon in the Sacramento River and its tributaries in California, as well as two artificial propagation programs: See 224.101(a) E 383E, 407, 534 226.204 NA
Salmon, Chinook (Snake River fall ESU) ......do ......do Snake River fall-run ESU—U.S.A. (ID, OR, WA), including all naturally spawned populations of fall-run Chinook salmon in the mainstem Snake River below Hells Canyon Dam, and in the Tucannon River, Grande Ronde River, Imnaha River, Salmon River, and Clearwater River, as well as four artificial propagation programs: See 223.102 T 516, 557E 226.205 NA
Salmon, Chinook (Snake River spring/summer-run ESU) ......do ......do Snake River spring/summer-run ESU—U.S.A. (ID, OR, WA), including all naturally spawned populations of spring/summer-run Chinook salmon in the mainstem Snake River and the Tucannon River, Grande Ronde River, Imnaha River, and Salmon River subbasins, as well as 15 artificial propagation programs: See 223.102 T 516, 557E 226.205 NA
Salmon, Chinook (Upper Columbia spring-run ESU) ......do ......do Upper Columbia spring-run ESU—U.S.A. (WA), including all naturally spawned populations of Chinook salmon in all river reaches accessible to Chinook salmon in Columbia River tributaries upstream of the Rock Island Dam and downstream of Chief Joseph Dam in Washington (excluding the Okanogan River), the Columbia River from a straight line connecting the west end of the Clatsop jetty (south jetty, Oregon side) and the west end of the Peacock jetty (north jetty, Washington side) upstream to Chief Joseph Dam in Washington, as well as six artificial propagation programs: See 224.101(a) E 664 226.212 NA
Salmon, Chinook (Upper Willamette River ESU) ......do ......do Upper Willamette River ESU—U.S.A. (OR), including all naturally spawned populations of spring-run Chinook salmon in the Clackamas River and in the Willamette River, and its tributaries, above Willamette Falls, Oregon, as well as seven artificial propagation programs: See 223.102 T 664 226.212 223.203
Salmon, chum (Columbia River ESU) Oncorhynchusketa North Pacific Rim from Korea and the Japanese Island of Honshu east to Monterey Bay, California; Arctic Ocean from the Laptev Sea in Russia to Mackenzie River in Canada Columbia River ESU—U.S.A. (OR, WA), including all naturally spawned populations of chum salmon in the Columbia River and its tributaries in Washington and Oregon, as well as three artificial propagation programs: See 223.102 T 664 226.212 223.203
Salmon, chum (Hood Canal summer-run ESU) ......do ......do Hood Canal summer-run ESU—U.S.A. (WA), including all naturally spawned populations of summer-run chum salmon in Hood Canal and its tributaries as well as populations in Olympic Peninsula rivers between Hood Canal and Dungeness Bay, Washington, as well as eight artificial propagation programs: See 223.102 T 664 226.212 223.203
Salmon, coho (Central California Coast ESU) Oncorhynchuskisutch North Pacific Basin from U.S.A. (CA to AK) to Russia and Japan Central California Coast ESU—U.S.A. (CA), including all naturally spawned populations of coho salmon from Punta Gorda in northern California south to and including the San Lorenzo River in central California, as well as populations in tributaries to San Francisco Bay, excluding the Sacramento-San Joaquin River system, as well as four artificial propagation programs: See 224.101(a) E 598 226.210 NA
Salmon, coho (Lower Columbia River ESU) ......do ......do Lower Columbia River ESU—U.S.A. (OR, WA), including all naturally spawned populations of coho salmon in the Columbia River and its tributaries in Washington and Oregon, from the mouth of the Columbia up to and including the Big White Salmon and Hood Rivers, and includes the Willamette River to Willamette Falls, Oregon, as well as 25 artificial propagation programs: See 223.102 T 776 NA NA
Salmon, coho (Oregon Coast ESU) ......do ......do Oregon Coast ESU—U.S.A. (OR), all naturally spawned populations of coho salmon in Oregon coastal streams south of the Columbia River and north of Cape Blanco, including the Cow Creek (Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife stock #37) coho hatchery program T 776 226.212 223.203
Salmon, coho (Southern Oregon-Northern California Coast ESU) ......do ......do Southern Oregon-Northern California Coast ESU—U.S.A. (CA, OR), including all naturally spawned populations of coho salmon in coastal streams between Cape Blanco, Oregon, and Punta Gorda, California, as well as three artificial propagation programs: See 223.102 T 618 226.210 NA
Salmon, sockeye (Ozette Lake ESU) Oncorhynchusnerka North Pacific Basin from U.S.A. (CA) to Russia Ozette Lake ESU—U.S.A. (WA), including all naturally spawned populations of sockeye salmon in Ozette Lake and streams and tributaries flowing into Ozette Lake, Washington, as well as two artificial propagation programs: See 223.102 T 664 226.212 223.203
Salmon, sockeye (Snake River ESU) ......do ......do Snake River ESU—U.S.A. (ID), including all anadromous and residual sockeye salmon from the Snake River Basin, Idaho, as well as artificially propagated sockeye salmon from the Redfish Lake captive propagation program E 455 226.205 NA
Sawfish, smalltooth (United States DPS) Pristispectinata North Atlantic (Mediterranean, U.S. Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico) and the Southwest Atlantic United States, DPS, Gulf of Mexico from Texas to Florida and along the east coast from Florida to Cape Hatteras E 748 226.218 NA
Sculpin, pygmy Cottus pygmaeus U.S.A. (AL) Entire T 365 NA 17.44(u)
Shiner, Arkansas River Notropis girardi U.S.A. (AR, KS, NM, OK, TX) Arkansas River Basin (AR, KS, NM, OK, TX T 653 17.95(e) NA
Shiner, beautiful Cyprinella formosa U.S.A. (AZ, NM), Mexico Entire T 157 17.95(e) 17.44(h)
Shiner, blue Cyprinella caerulea U.S.A. (AL, GA, TN) ......do T 462 NA NA
Shiner, Cahaba Notropis cahabae U.S.A. (AL) ......do E 405 NA NA
Shiner, Cape Fear Notropis mekistocholas U.S.A. (NC) ......do E 290 17.95(e) NA
Shiner, palezone Notropis albizonatus. U.S.A. (AL, KY, TN) ......do E 502 NA NA
Shiner, Pecos bluntnose Notropis simus pecosensis U.S.A. (NM) ......do T 258 17.95(e) 17.44(r)
Shiner, Topeka (Notropis topeka = tristis) U.S.A. (IA, KS, MN, MO, NE, SD) ......do E 654 17.95(e) NA
Silverside, Waccamaw Menidia extensa U.S.A. (NC) ......do T 265 17.95(e) 17.44(s)
Smelt, delta Hypomesus transpacificus U.S.A. (CA) ......do T 492 17.95(e) NA
Spikedace Meda fulgida U.S.A. (AZ, NM), Mexico ......do E 236 17.95(e) NA
Spinedace, Big Spring Lepidomeda mollispinis pratensis U.S.A. (NV) ......do T 173 17.95(e) 17.44(i)
Spinedace, Little Colorado Lepidomeda vittata U.S.A. (AZ) ......do T 1, 2D, 287 17.95(e) 17.44(t)
Spinedace, White River Lepidomeda albivallis U.S.A. (NV) ......do E 203 17.95(e) NA
Springfish, Hiko White River Crenichthys baileyi grandis ......do ......do E 206 17.95(e) NA
Springfish, Railroad Valley Crenichthys nevadae ......do ......do T 224 17.95(e) 17.44(n)
Springfish, White River Crenichthys baileyi baileyi ......do ......do E 206 17.95(e) NA
Steelhead (California Central Valley DPS) Oncorhynchusmykiss North Pacific Ocean from the Kamchatka Peninsula in Asia to the northern Baja Peninsula California Central Valley DPS—U.S.A. (CA), including all naturally spawned anadromous O. mykisssteelhead populations below natural and manmade impassable barriers in the Sacramento and San Joaquin Rivers and their tributaries, excluding steelhead from San Francisco and San Pablo Bays and their tributaries. It also includes steelhead from the Coleman National Fish Hatchery and Feather River Hatchery programs T 638 226.211 223.203
Steelhead (Central California Coast DPS) ......do ......do Central California Coast DPS—U.S.A. (CA), including all naturally spawned anadromous O. mykiss (steelhead) populations below natural and manmade impassable barriers in California streams from the Russian River (inclusive) to Aptos Creek (inclusive), and the drainages of San Francisco and San Pablo Bays eastward to Chipps Island at the confluence of the Sacramento and San Joaquin Rivers. Tributary streams to Suisun Marsh including Suisun Creek, Green Valley Creek, and anunnamed tributary to Cordelia Slough (commonly referred to as Red Top Creek), excluding the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Basin, It also includes steelhead from the Don Clausen Fish Hatchery and Kingfisher Flat Hatchery—Scott Creek (Monterey Bay Salmon and Trout Project) programs T 638 226.211 223.203
Steelhead (Lower Columbia River DPS) ......do ......do Lower Columbia River DPS—U.S.A. (OR, WA), including all naturally spawned anadromous O. mykiss (steelhead) populations below natural and manmade impassable barriers in streams and tributaries to the Columbia River between the Cowlitz and Wind Rivers, Washington, inclusive, and the Willamette and Hood Rivers, Oregon, inclusive. It also includes steelhead from 10 artificial propagation programs: See 223.102 T 638 226.212 223.203
Steelhead (Middle Columbia River DPS) ......do ......do Middle Columbia River DPS—U.S.A. (OR, WA), including all naturally spawned anadromous O. mykiss (steelhead) populations below natural and manmade impassable barriers in streams from above the Wind River, Washington, and the Hood River, Oregon (exclusive), upstream to, and including, the Yakima River, Washington, excluding O. mykiss from the Snake River Basin. It also includes steelhead from seven artificial propagation programs: See 223.102 T 664 226.212 223.203
Steelhead (Northern California DPS) ......do ......do Northern California DPS—U.S.A. (CA), including all naturally spawned anadromous O. mykiss (steelhead) populations below natural and manmade impassable barriers in California coastal river basins from Redwood Creek southward to, but not including, the Russian River. It also includes steelhead from the Yager Creek Hatchery, and North Fork Gualala River Hatchery (Gualala River Steelhead Project) hatchery programs T 701 226.211 NA
Steelhead (Puget Sound DPS) ......do ......do Puget Sound DPS—U.S.A. (WA), including all naturally spawned anadromous O. mykiss (steelhead) populations, from streams in the river basins of the Strait of Juan de Fuca, Puget Sound, and Hood Canal, Washington, bounded to the west by the Elwha River (inclusive) and to the north by the Nooksack River and Dakota Creek (inclusive), as well as the Green River natural and HammaHamma winter-run steelhead hatchery stocks T 776 NA 223.203
Steelhead (Snake River Basin DPS) ......do ......do Snake River Basin DPS—U.S.A. (ID, OR, WA), including all naturally spawned anadromous O. mykiss (steelhead) populations below natural and manmade impassable barriers in streams in the Snake River Basin of southeast Washington, northeast Oregon, and Idaho. It also includes steelhead from six artificial propagation programs: See 223.102 T 638 226.212 223.203
Steelhead (South Central California Coast DPS) ......do ......do South Central California Coast DPS—U.S.A. (CA), including all naturally spawned anadromous O. mykiss (steelhead) populations below natural and manmade impassable barriers in streams from the Pajaro River (inclusive), to (but not including) the Santa Maria River, California T 638 226.211 223.203
Steelhead (Southern California DPS) ......do ......do Southern California DPS—U.S.A. (CA), including all naturally spawned anadromous O. mykiss (steelhead) populations below natural and manmade impassable barriers in streams from the Santa Maria River, San Luis Obispo County, California, (inclusive) to the U.S.-Mexico border E 638 226.211 NA
Steelhead (Upper Columbia River DPS) ......do ......do Upper Columbia River DPS—U.S.A. (WA), including all naturally spawned anadromous O. mykiss (steelhead) populations below natural and manmade impassable barriers in streams in the Columbia River Basin upstream from the Yakima River, Washington, to the U.S.-Canada border, as well as six artificial propagation programs: See 223.102 T 638 226.212 NA
Steelhead (Upper Willamette River DPS) ......do ......do Upper Willamette River DPS—U.S.A. (OR), including all naturally spawned anadromous O. mykiss (steelhead) populations below natural and manmade impassable barriers in the Willamette River, Oregon, and its tributaries upstream from Willamette Falls to the Calapooia River, inclusive T 664 226.212 223.203
Stickleback, unarmored threespine Gasterosteus aculeatus williamsoni U.S.A. (CA) Entire E 2 NA NA
Sturgeon, Alabama Scaphirhynchus suttkusi U.S.A. (AL, MS) NA E 697 17.95(e) NA
Sturgeon, beluga Huso huso Azerbaijan, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Georgia, Hungary, Islamic Republic of Iran, Italy, Kazakhstan, Republic of Moldova, Romania, Russian Federation, Serbia and Montenegro, Turkey, Turkmenistan, Ukraine Entire T 743 NA 17.44 (y)
Sturgeon, Gulf Acipenser oxyrinchus (=oxyrhynchus) desotoi U.S.A. (AL, FL, GA, LA, MS) ......do T 444 17.95(e), 226.214 17.44(v)
Sturgeon, North American green (Southern DPS) Acipensermedirostris U.S.A. (CA) Southern DPS—U.S.A. (CA), which includes all spawning populations south of the Eel River (exclusive), principally including the Sacramento River spawning population T 756 226.219 223.210
Sturgeon, pallid Scaphirhynchus albus U.S.A. (AR, IA, IL, KS, KY, LA, MO, MS, MT, ND, NE, SD, TN) Entire E 399 NA NA
Sturgeon, shortnose Acipenser brevirostrum U.S.A. and Canada (Atlantic Coast) ......do E 1 NA NA
Sturgeon, shovelnose Scaphirhynchus platorynchus U.S.A. (AL, AR, IA, IL, IN, KS, KY, LA, MN, MO, MS, MT, ND, NE, NM, OH, OK, PA, SD, TN, TX, WI, WV, WY) ......do T (S/A) 778 NA 17.44(aa)
Sturgeon, white Acipenser transmontanus U.S.A. (AK, CA, ID, MT, OR, WA), Canada (BC) U.S.A. (ID, MT), Canada (BC), (Kootenai R. system) E 549 17.95(e) NA
Sucker, June Chasmistes liorus U.S.A. (UT) Entire E 223 17.95(e) NA
Sucker, Lost River Deltistes luxatus U.S.A. (CA, OR) ......do E 313 NA NA
Sucker, Modoc Catostomus microps U.S.A. (CA) ......do E 184 17.95(e) NA
Sucker, razorback Xyrauchen texanus U.S.A. (AZ, CA, CO, NM, NV, UT, WY), Mexico ......do E 447 17.95(e) NA
Sucker, Santa Ana (Catostomus santaanae) U.S.A. (CA) Los Angeles River basin, San Gabriel River basin, Santa Ana River basin T 694 17.95(e) NA
Sucker, shortnose Chasmistes brevirostris U.S.A. (CA, OR) Entire E 313 NA NA
Sucker, Warner Catostomus warnerensis U.S.A. (OR) ......do T 205 17.95(e) 17.44(l)
Tango, Miyako (Tokyo bitterling) Tanakia tanago Japan ......do E 3 NA NA
Temoleh, Ikan (minnow) Probarbus jullieni Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam, Malaysia, Laos ......do E 15 NA NA
Topminnow, Gila (incl. Yaqui) Poeciliopsis occidentalis U.S.A. (AZ, NM), Mexico U.S.A. only E 1 NA NA
Totoaba (seatrout or weakfish) Cynoscion macdonaldi Mexico (Gulf of California) Entire E 48 NA NA
Trout, Apache Oncorhynchus apache U.S.A. (AZ) ......do T 1, 8 NA 17.44(a)
Trout, bull Salvelinus confluentus U.S.A. (AK, Pacific NW into CA, ID, NV, MT) Canada (NW Territories) U.S.A., coterminous (lower 48 states), except where listed as an experimental population T 637, 639E, 659, 670 17.95(e) 17.44(w), 17.44(x)
Trout, bull Salvelinus confluentus U.S.A. (AK, Pacific NW into CA, ID, NV, MT) Canada (NW Territories) Clackamas River subbasin and the mainstem Willamette River, from Willamette Falls to its points of confluence with the Columbia River, including Multnomah Channel XN NA 17.84(v)
Trout, Gila Oncorhynchus gilae U.S.A. (AZ, NM) Entire T 1, 757 NA 17.44(z)
Trout, greenback cutthroat Oncorhynchus clarki stomias U.S.A. (CO) ......do T 1, 38 NA 17.44(f)
Trout, Lahontan cutthroat Oncorhynchus clarki henshawi U.S.A. (CA, NV, OR, UT) ......do T 2, 8 NA 17.44(a)
Trout, Little Kern golden Oncorhynchus aguabonita whitei U.S.A. (CA) ......do T 37 17.95(e) 17.44(e)
Trout, Paiute cutthroat Oncorhynchus clarki seleniris ......do ......do T 1, 8 NA 17.44(a)
Woundfin Plagopterus argentissimus U.S.A. (AZ, NV, UT) Entire, except Gila R. drainage, AZ, NM E 2, 193 17.95(e) NA
Do ......do ......do Gila R. drainage, AZ, NM XN 193 NA 17.84(b)
Clams
Abalone, white Haliotis sorenseni North America (West coast from Point Conception, CA, U.S.A., to Punta Abreojos, Baja California, Mexico) NA E 748 NA NA
Acornshell, southern Epioblasma othcaloogensis U.S.A. (AL, GA, TN) NA E 495 17.95(f) NA
Bankclimber, purple (mussel) Elliptoideus sloatianus U.S.A. (AL, FL, GA) NA T 633 17.95(f) NA
Bean, Cumberland (pearlymussel) Villosa trabalis U.S.A. (AL, KY, TN, VA) NA E 15 NA NA
Do ......do ......do U.S.A. (AL—specified portions of the Tennessee River; see 17.85(a)(1)) XN 709 NA 17.85(a)
Do ......do ......do U.S.A. (TN—specified portions of the French Broad and Holston Rivers; see 17.85(b)(1)) XN NA 17.85(b)
Bean, Purple Villosa perpurpurea U.S.A. (TN, VA) NA E 602 17.95(f) NA
Blossom, green (pearlymussel) Epioblasma torulosa gubernaculum ......do Entire E 15 NA NA
Blossom, tubercled (pearlymussel) Epioblasma torulosa torulosa U.S.A. (AL, IL, IN, KY, TN, WV) NA E 15 NA NA
Do ......do ......do U.S.A. (AL—specified portions of the Tennessee River; see 17.85(a)(1)) XN 709 NA 17.85(a)
Blossom, turgid (pearlymussel) Epioblasma turgidula U.S.A. (AL, TN) NA E 15 NA NA
Do ......do ......do U.S.A. (AL—specified portions of the Tennessee River; see 17.85(a)(1)) XN 709 NA 17.85(a)
Blossom, yellow (pearlymussel) Epioblasma florentina florentina ......do NA E 15 NA NA
Do ......do ......do U.S.A. (AL—specified portions of the Tennessee River; see 17.85(a)(1)) XN 709 NA 17.85(a)
Catspaw, (=purple cat's paw pearlymussel) Epioblasma U.S.A. (AL, IL, IN, KY, OH, TN) NA E 394 NA NA
Do ......do ......do U.S.A. (AL—specified portions of the Tennessee River; see 17.85(a)(1)) XN 709 NA 17.85(a)
Catspaw, white (pearlymussel) Epioblasma obliquata perobliqua U.S.A. (IN, MI, OH) Entire E 15 NA NA
Clubshell Pleurobema clava U.S.A. (AL, IL, IN, KY, MI, OH, PA, TN, WV) NA E 488 NA NA
Do ......do ......do U.S.A. (AL—specified portions of the Tennessee River; see 17.85(a)(1)) XN 709 NA 17.85(a)
Clubshell, black Pleurobema curtum U.S.A. (AL, MS) Entire E 262 NA NA
Clubshell, ovate Pleurobema perovatum U.S.A. (AL, TN, GA, MS) NA E 495 17.95(f) NA
Clubshell, southern Pleurobema decisum ......do NA E 495 17.95(f) NA
Combshell, Cumberlandian Epioblasma brevidens U.S.A. (AL, KY, MS, TN, VA) NA E 602 17.95(f) NA
Do ......do ......do U.S.A. (AL—specified portions of the Tennessee River; see 17.85(a)(1)) XN 709 NA 17.85(a)
Do ......do ......do U.S.A. (TN—specified portions of the French Broad and Holston Rivers; see 17.85(b)(1) XN NA 17.85(b)
Combshell, southern Epioblasma (=Dysnomia) penita U.S.A. (AL, MS) Entire E 262 NA NA
Combshell, upland Epioblasma metastriata U.S.A. (AL, GA, TN) NA E 495 17.95(f) NA
Elktoe, Appalachian Alasmidonta raveneliana U.S.A. (NC, TN) Entire E 563 17.95(f) NA
Elktoe, Cumberland Alasmidonta atropurpurea U.S.A. (KY, TN) NA E 602 17.95(f) NA
Fanshell Cyprogenia stegaria (=irrorata) U.S.A. (AL, IL, IN, KY, OH, PA, TN, VA, WV) NA E 391 NA NA
Do ......do ......do U.S.A. (TN—specified portions of the French Broad and Holston Rivers; see 17.85(b)(1)) XN NA 17.85(b)
Fatmucket, Arkansas Lampsilis powelli U.S.A. (AR) Entire T 382 NA NA
Heelsplitter, Alabama (=inflated) Potamilus inflatus U.S.A. (AL, LA, MS) ......do T 404 NA NA
Heelsplitter, Carolina Lasmigona decorata U.S.A. (NC, SC) ......do E 505 17.95(f) NA
Higgins eye (pearlymussel) Lampsilis higginsii U.S.A. (IA, IL, MN, MO, NE, WI) ......do E 15 NA NA
Kidneyshell, triangular Ptychobranchus greenii U.S.A. (AL, GA, TN) NA E 495 17.95(f) NA
Lampmussel, Alabama Lampsilis virescens U.S.A. (AL, TN) NA E 15 NA NA
Do ......do ......do U.S.A. (AL—specified portions of the Tennessee River; see 17.85(a)(1)) XN 709 NA 17.85(a)
Lilliput, pale (pearlymussel) Toxolasma cylindrellus ......do Entire E 15 NA NA
Mapleleaf, winged (mussel) Quadrula fragosa U.S.A. (AL, IA, IL, IN, KY, MN, MO, NE, OH, OK, TN, WI) NA E 426 NA NA
Do ......do ......do U.S.A. (AL—specified portions of the Tennessee River; see 17.85(a)(1)) XN 709 NA 17.85(a)
Moccasinshell, Alabama Medionidus acutissimus U.S.A. (AL, GA, MS) NA T 495 17.95(f) NA
Moccasinshell, Coosa Medionidus parvulus U.S.A. (AL, GA, TN) NA E 495 17.95(f) NA
Moccasinshell, Gulf Medionidus penicillatus U.S.A. (AL, FL, GA) NA E 633 17.95(f) NA
Moccasinshell, Ochlockonee Medionidus simpsonianus U.S.A. (FL, GA) NA E 633 17.95(f) NA
Monkeyface, Appalachian (pearlymussel) Quadrula sparsa U.S.A. (TN, VA) NA E 15 NA NA
Do ......do ......do U.S.A. (TN—specified portions of the French Broad and Holston Rivers; see 17.85(b)(1)) XN NA 17.85(b)
Monkeyface, Cumberland (pearlymussel) Quadrula intermedia U.S.A. (AL, TN, VA) NA E 15 NA NA
Do ......do ......do U.S.A. (AL—specified portions of the Tennessee River; see 17.85(a)(1)) XN 709 NA 17.85(a)
Do ......do ......do U.S.A. (TN—specified portions of the French Broad and Holston Rivers; see 17.85(b)(1)) XN NA 17.85(b)
Mucket, orange-nacre Lampsilis perovalis U.S.A. (AL, MS) NA T 495 17.95(f) NA
Mucket, pink (pearlymussel) Lampsilis abrupta U.S.A. (AL, AR, IL, IN, KY, LA, MO, OH, PA, TN, VA, WV) Entire E 15 NA NA
Mussel, oyster Epioblasma capsaeformis U.S.A. (AL, GA, KY, MS, NC, TN, VA) NA E 602 17.95(f) NA
Do ......do ......do U.S.A. (AL—specified portions of the Tennessee River; see 17.85(a)(1)) XN 709 NA 17.85(a)
Do ......do ......do U.S.A. (TN—specified portions of the French Broad and Holston Rivers; see 17.85(b)(1)) XN NA 17.85(b)
Mussel, rayed bean Villosa fabalis U.S.A. (IL, IN, KY, MI, NY, OH, PA, TN, VA, WV); Canada (ON) NA E 798 NA NA
Mussel, scaleshell Leptodea leptodon U.S.A. (AL, AR, IA, IL, IN, KY, MN, MO, OH, OK, SD, TN, WI) NA E 714 NA NA
Mussel, snuffbox Epioblasma triquetra U.S.A. (AL, AR, IL, IN, IA, KS, KY, MI, MN, MS, MO, NY, OH, PA, TN, VA, WV, WI); Canada (ON) NA E 798 NA NA
Pearlshell, Louisiana Margaritifera hembeli U.S.A. (LA) Entire T 304, 518 NA NA
Pearlymussel, birdwing Lemiox rimosus U.S.A. (AL, TN, VA) NA E 15 NA NA
Do ......do ......do U.S.A. (AL—specified portions of the Tennessee River; see 17.85(a)(1)) XN 709 NA 17.85(a)
Do ......do ......do U.S.A. (TN—specified portions of the French Broad and Holston Rivers; see 17.85(b)(1)) XN NA 17.85(b)
Pearlymussel, cracking Hemistena lata U.S.A. (AL, IL, IN, KY, OH, TN, VA) NA E 366 NA NA
Do ......do ......do U.S.A. (AL—specified portions of the Tennessee River; see 17.85(a)(1)) XN 709 NA 17.85(a)
Do ......do ......do U.S.A. (TN—specified portions of the French Broad and Holston Rivers; see 17.85(b)(1)) XN NA 17.85(b)
Pearlymussel, Curtis Epioblasma florentina curtisii U.S.A. (AR, MO) Entire E 15 NA NA
Pearlymussel, dromedary Dromus dromas U.S.A. (AL, KY, TN, VA) NA E 15 NA NA
Do ......do ......do U.S.A. (AL—specified portions of the Tennessee River; see 17.85(a)(1)) XN 709 NA 17.85(a)
Do ......do ......do U.S.A. (TN—specified portions of the French Broad and Holston Rivers; see 17.85(b)(1)) XN NA 17.85(b)
Pearlymussel, little-wing Pegias fabula U.S.A. (AL, KY, NC, TN, VA) Entire E 342 NA NA
Pearlymussel, Nicklin's Megalonaias nicklineana Mexico ......do E 15 NA NA
Pearlymussel, Tampico Cyrtonaias tampicoensis tecomatensis ......do ......do E 15 NA NA
Pigtoe, Cumberland Pleurobema gibberum U.S.A. (TN) ......do E 423 NA NA
Pigtoe, dark Pleurobema furvum U.S.A. (AL) NA E 495 17.95(f) NA
Pigtoe, fine-rayed Fusconaia cuneolus U.S.A. (AL, TN, VA) NA E 15 NA NA
Do ......do ......do U.S.A. (AL—specified portions of the Tennessee River; see 17.85(a)(1)) XN 709 NA 17.85(a)
Do ......do ......do U.S.A. (TN—specified portions of the French Broad and Holston Rivers; see 17.85(b)(1)) XN NA 17.85(b)
Pigtoe, flat Pleurobema marshalli U.S.A. (AL, MS) Entire E 262 NA NA
Pigtoe, Georgia Pleurobema hanleyianum U.S.A. (AL, GA, TN) NA E 777 17.95(f) NA
Pigtoe, heavy Pleurobema taitianum U.S.A. (AL, MS) Entire E 262 NA NA
Pigtoe, oval Pleurobema pyriforme U.S.A. (AL, FL, GA) NA E 633 17.95(f) NA
Pigtoe, rough Pleurobema plenum U.S.A. (AL, IN, KY, PA, TN, VA) NA E 15 NA NA
Do ......do ......do U.S.A. (TN—specified portions of the French Broad and Holston Rivers; see 17.85(b)(1)) XN NA 17.85(b)
Pigtoe, shiny Fusconaia cor U.S.A. (AL, TN, VA) NA E 15 NA NA
Do ......do ......do U.S.A. (AL—specified portions of the Tennessee River; see 17.85(a)(1)) XN 709 NA 17.85(a)
Do ......do ......do U.S.A. (TN—specified portions of the French Broad and Holston Rivers; see 17.85(b)(1)) XN NA 17.85(b)
Pigtoe, southern Pleurobema georgianum U.S.A. (AL, GA, TN) NA E 495 17.95(f) NA
Pimpleback, orangefoot (pearlymussel) Plethobasus cooperianus U.S.A. (AL, IA, IL, IN, KY, OH, PA, TN) NA E 15 NA NA
Do ......do ......do U.S.A. (TN—specified portions of the French Broad and Holston Rivers; see 17.85(b)(1)) XN NA 17.85(b)
Pocketbook, fat Potamilus capax U.S.A. (AR, IA, IL, IN, KY, MO, MS, OH) Entire E 15 NA NA
Pocketbook, fine-lined Lampsilis altilis U.S.A. (AL, GA) NA T 495 17.95(f) NA
Rock-pocketbook, Ouachita Arkansia wheeleri U.S.A. (AR, OK) Entire E 446 NA NA
Pocketbook, shinyrayed Lampsilis subangulata U.S.A. (AL, FL, GA) NA E 633 17.95(f) NA
Pocketbook, speckled Lampsilis streckeri U.S.A. (AR) Entire E 345 NA NA
Rabbitsfoot, rough Quadrula cylindrica strigillata U.S.A. (TN, VA) NA E 602 17.95(f) NA
Riffleshell, northern Epioblasma torulosa rangiana U.S.A. (IL, IN, KY, MI, OH, PA, WV), Canada (Ont.) Entire E 488 NA NA
Riffleshell, tan Epioblasma florentina walkeri (=E. walkeri) U.S.A. (AL, KY, NC, TN, VA) ......do E 27 NA NA
Pink, ring (mussel) Obovaria retusa U.S.A. (AL, IL, IN, KY, OH, PA, TN, WV) NA E 369 NA NA
Do ......do ......do U.S.A. (TN—specified portions of the French Broad and Holston Rivers; see 17.85(b)(1)) XN NA 17.85(b)
Sheepnose Plethobasus cyphyus U.S.A. (AL, IL, IN, IA, KY, MN, MS, MO, OH, PA, TN, VA, WV, WI) NA E NA NA
Slabshell, Chipola Elliptio chipolaensis U.S.A. (AL, FL) NA T 633 17.95(f) NA
Spectaclecase Cumberlandia monodonta U.S.A. (AL, AR, IL, IN, IA, KS, KY, MN, MO, OH, TN, VA, WV, WI) NA E NA NA
Spinymussel, Altamaha Elliptio spinosa U.S.A. (GA) Entire E 796 17.95(f) NA
Spinymussel, James Pleurobema collina U.S.A. (VA, WV) ......do E 316 NA NA
Spinymussel, Tar River Elliptio steinstansana U.S.A. (NC) ......do E 188 NA NA
Stirrupshell Quadrula stapes U.S.A. (AL, MS) ......do E 262 NA NA
Threeridge, fat (mussel) Amblema neislerii U.S.A. (FL, GA) NA E 633 17.95(f) NA
Wartyback, white (pearlymussel) Plethobasus cicatricosus U.S.A. (AL, IL, IN, KY, TN) NA E 15 NA NA
Do ......do ......do U.S.A. (TN—specified portions of the French Broad and Holston Rivers; see 17.85(b)(1)) XN NA 17.85(b)
Wedgemussel, dwarf Alasmidonta heterodon U.S.A. (CT, DC, DE, MA, MD, NC, NH, NJ, NY, PA, VA, VT), Canada (N.B.) Entire E 377 NA NA
Snails
Abalone, Black Haliotiscracherodii North America (West coast from Crescent City, CA, USA, to Cape San Lucas, Baja California, Mexico NA E 776 NA NA
Ambersnail, Kanab Oxyloma haydeni kanabensis U.S.A. (AZ, UT) Entire E 431E, 459, 477 NA NA
Campeloma, slender Campeloma decampi U.S.A. (AL) ......do E 688 NA NA
Cavesnail, Tumbling Creek Antrobia culveri U.S.A. (MO) NA E 731 17.95(f) NA
Elimia, lacy (snail) Elimia crenatella U.S.A.(AL) Entire T 651 NA NA
Hornsnail, rough Pleurocera foremani ......do NA E 777 17.95(f) NA
Limpet, Banbury Springs Lanx sp. U.S.A. (ID) Entire E 485 NA NA
Lioplax, cylindrical (snail) Lioplax cyclostomaformis U.S.A. (AL, GA) ......do E 651 NA NA
Marstonia (snail), royal Pyrgulopsis ogmorhaphe U.S.A. (TN) ......do E 538 NA NA
Pebblesnail, flat Lepyrium showalteri U.S.A. (AL) ......do E 651 NA NA
Pecos assiminea Assiminea pecos U.S.A. (NM, TX) NA E 770 17.95(f) NA
Riversnail, Anthony's Athearnia anthonyi U.S.A. (AL, GA, TN) NA E 538 NA NA
Do ......do ......do U.S.A. (AL—specified portions of the Tennessee River; see 17.85(a)(1)) XN 709 NA 17.85(a)
Do ......do ......do U.S.A. (TN—specified portions of the French Broad and Holston Rivers; see 17.85(b)(1)) XN NA 17.85(b)
Rocksnail, interrupted Leptoxis foremani U.S.A. (AL, GA) NA E 777 17.95(f) NA
Rocksnail, painted Leptoxis taeniata U.S.A. (AL) Entire T 651 NA NA
Rocksnail, plicate Leptoxis plicata ......do ......do E 651 NA NA
Rocksnail, round Leptoxis ampla ......do ......do T 651 NA NA
Shagreen, Magazine Mountain Mesodon magazinensis U.S.A. (AR) ......do T 348 NA NA
Snail, armored Pyrgulopsis (=Marstonia) pachyta U.S.A. (AL) ......do E 688 NA NA
Snail, Bliss Rapids Taylorconcha serpenticola U.S.A. (ID) ......do T 485 NA NA
Snail, Chittenango ovate amber Succinea chittenangoensis U.S.A. (NY) ......do T 41 NA NA
Snail, flat-spired three-toothed Triodopsis platysayoides U.S.A. (WV) ......do T 41 NA NA
Snail, Iowa Pleistocene Discus macclintocki U.S.A. (IA, IL) ......do E 41 NA NA
Snail, Manus Island tree Papustyla pulcherrima Pacific Ocean—Admiralty Is. (Manus Is.) ......do E 3 NA NA
Snail, Morro shoulderband (=Banded dune) Helminthoglypta walkeriana U.S.A. (CA) NA E 567 17.95(f) NA
Snail, Newcomb's Erinna newcombi U.S.A. (HI) Entire T 680 17.95(f) NA
Snail, noonday Mesodon clarki nantahala U.S.A. (NC) ......do T 41 NA NA
Snail, painted snake coiled forest Anguispira picta U.S.A. (TN) ......do T 41 NA NA
Snail, Snake River physa Physa natricina U.S.A. (ID) ......do E 485 NA NA
Snail, Stock Island tree Orthalicus reses (not incl. nesodryas) U.S.A. (FL) ......do T 41 NA NA
Snail, tulotoma Tulotoma magnifica U.S.A. (AL) ......do T 412, 789 NA NA
Snail, Virginia fringed mountain Polygyriscus virginianus U.S.A. (VA) ......do E 41 NA NA
Snails, Oahu tree Achatinella spp. U.S.A. (HI) ......do E 108, 112 NA NA
Springsnail, Alamosa Tryonia alamosae U.S.A. (NM) ......do E 442 NA NA
Springsnail, Bruneau Hot Pyrgulopsis bruneauensis U.S.A. (ID) ......do E 489 NA NA
Springsnail, Chupadera Pyrgulopsis chupaderae U.S.A. (NM) NA E 17.95(f) NA
Springsnail, Koster's Juturnia kosteri ......do NA E 770 17.95(f) NA
Springsnail, Roswell Pyrgulopsis roswellensis ......do NA E 770 17.95(f) NA
Springsnail, San Bernardino Pyrgulopsis bernardina U.S.A. (AZ); Mexico (Sonora) Entire T 17.95(f) NA
Springsnail, Socorro Pyrgulopsis neomexicana U.S.A. (NM) ......do E 442 NA NA
Springsnail, Three Forks Pyrgulopsis trivialis U.S.A. (AZ) ......do E 17.95(f) NA
Insects
Beetle, American burying Nicrophorus americanus U.S.A. (eastern States south to FL, west to SD and TX), eastern Canada Entire, except where listed as an experimental population E 351 NA NA
Beetle, American burying Nicrophorus americanus U.S.A. (eastern States south to FL, west to SD and TX), eastern Canada In southwestern Missouri, the counties of Cedar, St. Clair, Bates, and Vernon XN 800 NA 17.85(c)
Beetle, Casey's June Dinacoma caseyi U.S.A. (CA) Entire E 793 17.95(i) NA
Beetle, Coffin Cave mold Batrisodes texanus U.S.A. (TX) ......do E 327, 513 NA NA
Beetle, Comal Springs dryopid Stygoparnus comalensis ......do NA E 629 17.95(i) NA
Beetle, Comal Springs riffle Heterelmis comalensis ......do NA E 629 17.95(i) NA
Beetle, delta green ground Elaphrus viridis U.S.A. (CA) Entire T 100 17.95(i) NA
Beetle, Helotes mold Batrisodes venyivi U.S.A. (TX) NA E 706 17.95(i) NA
Beetle, Hungerford's crawling water Brychius hungerfordi U.S.A. (MI, Canada) Entire E 533 NA NA
Beetle, Kretschmarr Cave mold Texamaurops reddelli U.S.A. (TX) ......do E 327, 513 NA NA
Beetle, Mount Hermon June Polyphylla barbata U.S.A. (CA) ......do E 605 NA NA
Beetle, [no common name] Rhadine exilis U.S.A. (TX) NA E 706 17.95(i) NA
Beetle, [no common name] Rhadine infernalis ......do NA E 706 17.95(i) NA
Beetle, northeastern beach tiger Cicindela dorsalis dorsalis U.S.A. (CT, MA, MD, NJ, NY, PA, RI, VA) Entire T 396 NA NA
Beetle, Ohlone tiger Cicindela ohlone (CA) U.S.A. (CA) NA E 713 NA NA
Beetle, Puritan tiger Cicindela puritana U.S.A. (CT, MA, MD, NH, VT) Entire T 396 NA NA
Beetle, Salt Creek tiger Cicindela nevadica lincolniana U.S.A. (NE) ......do E 754 17.95(i) NA
Beetle, Tooth Cave ground Rhadine persephone U.S.A. (TX) ......do E 327 NA NA
Beetle, valley elderberry longhorn Desmocerus californicus dimorphus U.S.A. (CA) ......do T 99 17.95(i) NA
Butterfly, bay checkerspot Euphydryas editha bayensis ......do ......do T 288 17.95(i) NA
Butterfly, Behren's silverspot Speyeria zerene behrensii ......do ......do E 628 NA NA
Butterfly, callippe silverspot Speyeria callippe callippe ......do ......do E 628 NA NA
Butterfly, Corsican swallowtail Papilio hospiton Corsica, Sardinia Entire E 486 NA NA
Butterfly, El Segundo blue Euphilotes battoides allyni U.S.A. (CA) ......do E 14 NA NA
Butterfly, Fender's blue Icaricia icarioides fenderi U.S.A. (OR) NA E 679 17.95(i) NA
Butterfly, Homerus swallowtail Papilio homerus Jamaica Entire E 486 NA NA
Butterfly, Karner blue Lycaeides melissa samuelis U.S.A. (IL, IN, MA, MI, MN, NH, NY, OH, PA, WI), Canada (Ont.) ......do E 484 NA NA
Butterfly, Lange's metalmark Apodemia mormo langei U.S.A. (CA) ......do E 14 NA NA
Butterfly, lotis blue Lycaeides argyrognomon lotis ......do ......do E 14 NA NA
Butterfly, Luzon peacock swallowtail Papilio chikae Philippines ......do E 486 NA NA
Butterfly, Miami blue Cyclargus thomasi bethunebakeri U.S.A. (FL), Bahamas NA E 801 NA NA
Butterfly, mission blue Icaricia icarioides missionensis U.S.A. (CA) Entire E 14 NA NA
Butterfly, Mitchell's satyr Neonympha mitchellii mitchellii U.S.A. (IN, MI, NJ, OH) ......do E 428E, 469 NA NA
Butterfly, Myrtle's silverspot Speyeria zerene myrtleae U.S.A. (CA) ......do E 472 NA NA
Butterfly, Oregon silverspot Speyeria zerene hippolyta U.S.A. (CA, OR, WA) Entire T 95 17.95(i) NA
Butterfly, Palos Verdes blue Glaucopsyche lygdamus palosverdesensis U.S.A. (CA) ......do E 96 17.95(i) NA
Butterfly, Queen Alexandra's birdwing Troides alexandrae Papua New Guinea ......do E 364 NA NA
Butterfly, Quino checkerspot Euphydryas edith quino U.S.A. (CA), Mexico ......do E 604 17.95(i) NA
Butterfly, Saint Francis' satyr Neonympha mitchellii francisci U.S.A. (NC) ......do E 539E, 574 NA NA
Butterfly, San Bruno elfin Callophrys mossii bayensis U.S.A. (CA) ......do E 14 NA NA
Butterfly, Schaus swallowtail Heraclides aristodemus ponceanus U.S.A. (FL) ......do E 13, 159 NA NA
Butterfly, Smith's blue Euphilotes enoptes smithi U.S.A. (CA) ......do E 14 NA NA
Butterfly, Uncompahgre fritillary Boloria acrocnema U.S.A. (CO) ......do E 427 NA NA
Damselfly, flying earwig Hawaiian Megalagrion nesiotes U.S.A. (HI) NA E 271 NA NA
Damselfly, Pacific Hawaiian Megalagrion pacificum ......do NA E 271 NA NA
Dragonfly, Hine's emerald Somatochlora hineana U.S.A. (AL, IL, IN, MI, MO, OH, and WI) NA E 573 17.95(i) NA
Fly, Delhi Sands flower-loving Rhaphiomidas terminatus abdominalis U.S.A. (CA) Entire E 517 NA NA
Fly, Hawaiian picture-wing Drosophila aglaia U.S.A. (HI) NA E 756 17.95(i) NA
Fly, Hawaiian picture-wing Drosophila differens ......do NA E 756 17.95(i) NA
Fly, Hawaiian picture-wing Drosophila hemipeza ......do NA E 756 17.95(i) NA
Fly, Hawaiian picture-wing Drosophila heteroneura ......do NA E 756 17.95(i) NA
Fly, Hawaiian picture-wing Drosophila montgomeryi ......do NA E 756 17.95(i) NA
Fly, Hawaiian picture-wing Drosophila mulli ......do NA T 756 17.95(i) NA
Fly, Hawaiian picture-wing Drosophila musaphilia ......do NA E 756 17.95(i) NA
Fly, Hawaiian picture-wing Drosophila neoclavisetae ......do NA E 756 17.95(i) NA
Fly, Hawaiian picture-wing Drosophila obatai ......do NA E 756 17.95(i) NA
Fly, Hawaiian picture-wing Drosophila ochrobasis ......do NA E 756 17.95(i) NA
Fly, Hawaiian picture-wing Drosophila sharpi ......do NA E 765 17.95(i) NA
Fly, Hawaiian picture-wing Drosophila substenoptera ......do NA E 756 17.95(i) NA
Fly, Hawaiian picture-wing Drosophila tarphytrichia ......do NA E 756 17.95(i) NA
Grasshopper, Zayante band-winged Trimerotropis infantilis U.S.A. (CA) NA E 605 17.95(i) NA
Moth, Blackburn's sphinx Manduca blackburni U.S.A. (HI) NA E 682 17.95(i) NA
Moth, Kern primrose sphinx Euproserpinus euterpe U.S.A. (CA) Entire T 91 NA NA
Naucorid, Ash Meadows Ambrysus amargosus U.S.A. (NV) ......do T 181 17.95(i) NA
Skipper, Carson wandering Pseudocopaeodes eunus obscurus U.S.A. (CA, NV) U.S.A., (Lassen County, CA; Washoe County, NV) E 730 NA NA
Skipper, Laguna Mountains Pyrgus ruralis lagunae U.S.A. (CA) Entire E 604 17.95(i) NA
Skipper, Pawnee montane Hesperia leonardus montana U.S.A. (CO) ......do T 289 NA NA
Arachnids
Harvestman, Bee Creek Cave Texella reddelli U.S.A. (TX) ......do E 327, 513 NA NA
Harvestman, Bone Cave Texella reyesi ......do ......do E 327, 513 NA NA
Harvestman, Cokendolpher cave Texella cokendolpheri ......do NA E 706 17.95(g) NA
Meshweaver, Braken Bat Cave Circurina venii ......do NA E 706 17.95(g) NA
Meshweaver, Government Canyon Bat Cave Cicurina vespera ......do NA E 706 17.95(g) NA
Meshweaver, Madla Cave Cicurina madla ......do NA E 706 17.95(g) NA
Meshweaver, Robber Baron Cave Cicurina baronia ......do NA E 706 17.95(g) NA
Pseudoscorpion, Tooth Cave Tartarocreagris texana ......do Entire E 327 NA NA
Spider, Government Canyon Bat Cave Neoleptoneta microps ......do NA E 706 17.95(g) NA
Spider, Kauai cave wolf Adelocosa anops U.S.A. (HI) NA E 676 17.95(g) NA
Spider, spruce-fir moss Microhexura montivaga U.S.A. (NC, TN) NA E 576 17.95(g) NA
Spider, Tooth Cave Neoleptoneta myopica U.S.A. (TX) Entire E 327 NA NA
Crustaceans
Amphipod, Hay's Spring Stygobromus hayi U.S.A. (DC) ......do E 115 NA NA
Amphipod, Illinois cave Gammarus acherondytes U.S.A. (IL) ......do E 642 NA NA
Amphipod, Kauai cave Spelaeorchestia koloana U.S.A. (HI) NA E 676 17.95(h) NA
Amphipod, Noel's Gammarus desperatus U.S.A. (NM) NA E 770 17.95(h) NA
Amphipod, Peck's cave Stygobromus (=Stygonectes) Pecki U.S.A. (TX) NA E 629 17.95(h) NA
Crayfish, cave Cambarus aculabrum U.S.A. (AR) Entire E 499 NA NA
Do Cambarus zophonastes ......do ......do E 263 NA NA
Crayfish, Nashville Orconectes shoupi U.S.A. (TN) ......do E 242 NA NA
Crayfish, Shasta Pacifastacus fortis U.S.A. (CA) ......do E 337 NA NA
Fairy shrimp, Conservancy Branchinecta conservatio ......do ......do E 552 17.95(h) NA
Fairy shrimp, longhorn Branchinecta longiantenna ......do ......do E 552 17.95(h) NA
Fairy shrimp, Riverside Streptocephalus woottoni ......do ......do E 512 17.95(h) NA
Fairy shrimp, San Diego Branchinecta sandiegonensis ......do NA E 608 17.95(h) NA
Fairy shrimp, vernal pool Branchinecta lynchi U.S.A. (CA, OR) Entire E 552 17.95(h) NA
Isopod, Lee County cave Lirceus usdagalun U.S.A. (VA) ......do E 483 NA NA
Isopod, Madison Cave Antrolana lira ......do ......do T 123 NA 17.46(a)
Isopod, Socorro Thermosphaeroma thermophilus U.S.A. (NM) ......do E 36 NA NA
Shrimp, Alabama cave Palaemonias alabamae U.S.A. (AL) ......do E 323 NA NA
Shrimp, California freshwater Syncaris pacifica U.S.A. (CA) ......do E 340 NA NA
Shrimp, Kentucky cave Palaemonias ganteri U.S.A. (KY) ......do E 135 17.95(h) NA
Shrimp, Squirrel Chimney Cave Palaemonetes cummingi U.S.A. (FL) ......do T 390 NA NA
Tadpole shrimp, vernal pool Lepidurus packardi U.S.A. (CA) ......do E 552 17.95(h) NA
Corals
Coral, elkhorn Acroporapalmata U.S.A. (FL, PR, VI, Navassa); and wider Caribbean—Belize, Colombia, Costa Rica, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Venezuela, and all the islands of the West Indies NA T 756 226.216 223.208
Coral, staghorn Acroporacervicornis ......do NA T 756 226.216 223.208
1—32 FR 4001; March 11, 1967.
2—35 FR 16047; October 13, 1970.
3—35 FR 8495; June 2, 1970.
4—35 FR 18320; December 2, 1970.
5—37 FR 6176; March 28, 1972.
6—38 FR 14678; June 4, 1973.
7—39 FR 44991; December 30, 1974.
8—40 FR 29864; July 16, 1975.
9—40 FR 31736; July 28, 1975.
10—40 FR 44151; September 25, 1975.
11—40 FR 44418; September 26, 1975.
12—40 FR 47506; October 9, 1975.
13—41 FR 17740; April 28, 1976.
14—41 FR 22044; June 1, 1976.
15—41 FR 24064; June 14, 1976.
15A—41 FR 26019; June 24, 1976.
16—41 FR 45993; October 19, 1976.
17—41 FR 51021; November 19, 1976.
18—41 FR 51612; November 23, 1976.
19—41 FR 53034; December 3, 1976.
20—42 FR 2076; January 10, 1977.
21—42 FR 2968; January 14, 1977.
22—42 FR 15971; March 24, 1977.
24—42 FR 28545; June 3, 1977.
25—42 FR 37373; July 21, 1977.
26—42 FR 40685; August 11, 1977.
27—42 FR 42353; August 23, 1977.
28—42 FR 45528; September 9, 1977.
29—42 FR 58757; November 11, 1977.
30—42 FR 60745; November 29, 1977.
31—43 FR 3715; January 27, 1978.
32—43 FR 4028; January 31, 1978.
33—43 FR 4621; February 3, 1978.
34—43 FR 6233; February 14, 1978.
35—43 FR 9612; March 9, 1978.
36—43 FR 12691; March 27, 1978.
37—43 FR 15429; April 13, 1978.
38—43 FR 16345; April 18, 1978.
40—43 FR 20504; May 12, 1978.
41—43 FR 28932; July 3, 1978.
42—43 FR 32808; July 28, 1978.
43—43 FR 34480; August 4, 1978.
45—44 FR 21289; April 10, 1979.
46—44 FR 23064; April 17, 1979.
48—44 FR 29480; May 21, 1979.
50—44 FR 37126; June 25, 1979.
51—44 FR 37132; June 25, 1979.
52—44 FR 42911; July 20, 1979.
54—44 FR 49220; August 21, 1979.
60—44 FR 59084; October 12, 1979.
85—44 FR 69208; November 30, 1979.
86—44 FR 70677; December 7, 1979.
87—44 FR 75076; December 18, 1979.
88—45 FR 18010; March 20, 1980.
90—45 FR 21833; April 2, 1980.
91—45 FR 24090; April 8, 1980.
92—45 FR 27713; April 23, 1980.
93—45 FR 28722; April 30, 1980.
94—45 FR 35823; May 28, 1980.
95—45 FR 44938; July 2, 1980.
96—45 FR 44942; July 2, 1980.
97—45 FR 47353; July 14, 1980.
98—45 FR 47363; July 14, 1980.
99—45 FR 52806; August 8, 1980.
100—45 FR 52810; August 8, 1980.
102—45 FR 54680; August 15, 1980.
103—45 FR 55666; August 20, 1980.
105—45 FR 63820; September 25, 1980.
106—45 FR 65134; October 1, 1980.
108—46 FR 3182; January 13, 1981.
111—46 FR 11665; February 10, 1981.
112—46 FR 40025; August 6, 1981.
113—46 FR 40669; August 10, 1981.
114—47 FR 4211; January 28, 1982.
115—47 FR 5427; February 5, 1982.
117—47 FR 19999; May 10, 1982.
119—47 FR 31672; July 21, 1982.
123—47 FR 43701; October 4, 1982.
124—47 FR 43962; October 5, 1982.
125—47 FR 46093; October 15, 1982.
127—48 FR 612; January 5, 1983.
128—48 FR 1726; January 14, 1983.
129—48 FR 28464; June 22, 1983.
130—48 FR 40184; September 2, 1983.
131—48 FR 43043; September 21, 1983.
132—48 FR 46057; October 11, 1983.
134—48 FR 46336; October 12, 1983.
135—48 FR 46341; October 12, 1983.
136—48 FR 49249; October 25, 1983.
138—49 FR 1994; January 17, 1984.
139—49 FR 2783; January 23, 1984.
142—49 FR 7335; February 28, 1984.
143—49 FR 7394; February 29, 1984.
144—49 FR 7398; February 29, 1984.
145—49 FR 10526; March 20, 1984.
146—49 FR 14356; April 11, 1984.
149—49 FR 22330; May 29, 1984.
150—49 FR 27514; July 5, 1984.
156—49 FR 33885; August 27, 1984.
157—49 FR 34494; August 31, 1984.
159—49 FR 34504; August 31, 1984.
160—49 FR 34510; August 31, 1984.
161—49 FR 35954; September 13, 1984.
163—49 FR 43069; October 26, 1984.
164—49 FR 43969; November 1, 1984.
166—49 FR 45163; November 15, 1984.
168—49 FR 49639; December 21, 1984.
169—50 FR 1056; January 9, 1985.
170—50 FR 4226; January 30, 1985.
171—50 FR 4945; February 4, 1985.
173—50 FR 12302; March 28, 1985.
174—50 FR 12305; March 28, 1985.
181—50 FR 20786; May 20, 1985.
182—50 FR 21792; May 28, 1985.
183—50 FR 23884; June 6, 1985.
184—50 FR 24530; June 11, 1985.
185—50 FR 24653; June 12, 1985.
186—50 FR 25678; June 20, 1985.
188—50 FR 26575; June 27, 1985.
189—50 FR 27002; July 1, 1985.
193—50 FR 30194; July 24, 1985.
195—50 FR 31596; August 5, 1985.
196—50 FR 31603; August 5, 1985.
203—50 FR 37198; September 12, 1985.
205—50 FR 39117; September 27, 1985.
206—50 FR 39123; September 27, 1985.
210—50 FR 50308; December 10, 1985.
211—50 FR 50733; December 11, 1985.
212—50 FR 51252; December 16, 1985.
216—51 FR 6690; February 25, 1986.
222—51 FR 10850; March 31, 1986.
223—51 FR 10857; March 31, 1986.
224—51 FR 10864; March 31, 1986.
227—51 FR 16047; April 30, 1986.
228—51 FR 16482; May 2, 1986.
233—51 FR 17980; May 16, 1986.
236—51 FR 23781; July 1, 1986.
239—51 FR 27495; July 31, 1986.
241—51 FR 31422; September 3, 1986.
242—51 FR 34412; September 26, 1986.
246—51 FR 34425; September 26, 1986.
247—51 FR 39478; October 28, 1986.
248—51 FR 41796; November 19, 1986.
250—51 FR 45910; December 23, 1986.
251—52 FR 28; January 5, 1987.
258—52 FR 5302; February 20, 1987.
262—52 FR 11169; April 7, 1987.
263—52 FR 11172; April 7, 1987.
265—52 FR 11286; April 8, 1987.
267—52 FR 20719; June 3, 1987.
268—52 FR 20999; June 3, 1987.
269—52 FR 21063; June 4, 1987.
272—52 FR 22430; June 11, 1987.
273—52 FR 22585; June 12, 1987.
278—52 FR 22943; June 16, 1987.
279—52 FR 23151; June 17, 1987.
280—52 FR 25232; July 6, 1987.
281—52 FR 25380; July 7, 1987.
282—52 FR 28785; August 3, 1987.
283—52 FR 28831; August 4, 1987.
284—52 FR 29780; August 11, 1987.
287—52 FR 35040; September 16, 1987.
288—52 FR 35378; September 18, 1987.
289—52 FR 36180; September 25, 1987.
290—52 FR 36038; September 25, 1987.
292—52 FR 36779; October 1, 1987.
294—52 FR 37423; October 6, 1987.
296—52 FR 42068; November 2, 1987.
299—52 FR 42662; November 6, 1987.
304—53 FR 3570; February 5, 1988.
312—53 FR 25611; July 8, 1988.
313—53 FR 27134; July 18, 1988.
316—53 FR 27693; July 22, 1988.
317—53 FR 29337; August 4, 1988.
320—53 FR 33992; September 1, 1988.
322—53 FR 33998; September 1, 1988.
323—53 FR 34698; September 7, 1988.
327—53 FR 36033; September 16, 1988.
328—53 FR 37970; September 28, 1988.
334—53 FR 38453; September 30, 1988.
336—53 FR 38460; September 30, 1988.
337—53 FR 38465; September 30, 1988.
338—53 FR 38469; September 30, 1988.
340—53 FR 43889; October 31, 1988.
342—53 FR 45865; November 14, 1988.
345—54 FR 8341; February 28, 1989.
348—54 FR 15208; April 17, 1989.
349—54 FR 20602; May 12, 1989.
350—54 FR 22906; May 30, 1989.
351—54 FR 29655; July 13, 1989.
357—54 FR 32331; August 4, 1989.
358—54 FR 34468; August 18, 1989.
359—54 FR 34472; August 18, 1989.
361—54 FR 35311; August 24, 1989.
364—54 FR 38951; September 21, 1989.
365—54 FR 39849; September 28, 1989.
366—54 FR 39853; September 28, 1989.
369—54 FR 40112; September 29, 1989.
370—54 FR 41453; October 10, 1989.
371—54 FR 43969; October 30, 1989.
372—54 FR 47861; November 17, 1989.
376—55 FR 9136; March 12, 1990.
377—55 FR 9451; March 14, 1990.
378—55 FR 12191; April 2, 1990.
382—55 FR 12801; April 5, 1990.
383—55 FR 12832; April 6, 1990.
384—55 FR 13488; April 10, 1990.
387—55 FR 18845; May 4, 1990.
388—55 FR 21153; May 22, 1990.
390—55 FR 25591; June 21, 1990.
391—55 FR 25595; June 21, 1990.
393—55 FR 26194; June 26, 1990.
394—55 FR 28213; July 10, 1990.
396—55 FR 32094; August 7, 1990.
399—55 FR 36647; September 6, 1990.
400—55 FR 39416; September 27, 1990.
401—55 FR 39860; September 28, 1990.
404—55 FR 39872; September 28, 1990.
405—55 FR 42966; October 25, 1990.
407—55 FR 49623; November 30, 1990.
408—55 FR 50006; December 4, 1990.
410—55 FR 51112; December 12, 1990.
411—55 FR 53160; December 27, 1990.
412—56 FR 800; January 9, 1991.
415—56 FR 1459; January 14, 1991.
416—56 FR 1463; January 14, 1991.
417—56 FR 1463; January 14, 1991.
419—56 FR 13600; April 3, 1991.
421—56 FR 19814; April 30, 1991.
423—56 FR 21087; May 7, 1991.
426—56 FR 28349; June 20, 1991.
427—56 FR 28717; June 24, 1991.
428—56 FR 28828; June 25, 1991.
431—56 FR 37671; August 8, 1991.
432—56 FR 40267; August 14, 1991.
433—56 FR 41488; August 21, 1991.
442—56 FR 49649; September 30, 1991.
443—56 FR 49653; September 30, 1991.
444—56 FR 49658; September 30, 1991.
446—56 FR 54957; October 23, 1991.
447—56 FR 54967; October 23, 1991.
449—56 FR 56333; November 4, 1991.
454—56 FR 64723; December 12, 1991.
455—57 FR 213; January 3, 1992.
456—57 FR 594; January 7, 1992.
459—57 FR 13661; April 17, 1992.
462—57 FR 14790; April 22, 1992.
469—57 FR 21569; May 20, 1992.
472—57 FR 27858; June 22, 1992.
475—57 FR 28024; June 23, 1992.
477—57 FR 44340; September 25, 1992.
479—57 FR 45337; October 1, 1992.
483—57 FR 54726; November 20, 1992.
484—57 FR 59244; December 14, 1992.
485—57 FR 59257; December 14, 1992.
486—58 FR 4359; January 14, 1993.
487—58 FR 5657; January 22, 1993.
488—58 FR 5642; January 22, 1993.
489—58 FR 5946; January 25, 1993.
492—58 FR 12863; March 5, 1993.
493—58 FR 12874; March 5, 1993.
494—58 FR 14271; March 16, 1993.
495—58 FR 14339; March 17, 1993.
496—58 FR 16757; March 30, 1993.
499—58 FR 25746; April 27, 1993.
502—58 FR 25763; April 27, 1993.
503—58 FR 27480; May 10, 1993.
505—58 FR 34931; June 30, 1993.
508—58 FR 40538; July 28, 1993.
512—58 FR 41391; August 3, 1993.
513—58 FR 43819; August 18, 1993.
514—58 FR 49874; September 23, 1993.
516—58 FR 49880; September 23, 1993.
517—58 FR 49887; September 23, 1993.
518—58 FR 49937; September 24, 1993.
520—58 FR 53804; October 18, 1993.
522—58 FR 54065; October 20, 1993.
525—58 FR 68486; December 27, 1993.
526—59 FR 5310; February 3, 1994.
527—59 FR 5498; February 4, 1994.
533—59 FR 10584; March 7, 1994.
534—59 FR 13836; March 23, 1994.
538—59 FR 17998; April 15, 1994.
539—59 FR 18327; April 18, 1994.
540—59 FR 31095; June 16, 1994.
543—59 FR 36995; July 20, 1994.
545—59 FR 42691; August 18, 1994.
546—59 FR 42711; August 18, 1994.
549—59 FR 46002; September 6, 1994.
550—59 FR 46715; September 9, 1994.
552—59 FR 48153; September 19, 1994.
554—59 FR 49764; September 29, 1994.
557—59 FR 54841; November 2, 1994.
561—59 FR 60264; November 22, 1994.
562—59 FR 60279; November 22, 1994.
563—59 FR 60334; November 23, 1994.
566—59 FR 63264; December 8, 1994.
567—59 FR 64623; December 15, 1994.
568—59 FR 64866; December 16, 1994.
569—59 FR 65512; December 20, 1994.
571—60 FR 2903; January 12, 1995.
573—60 FR 5273; January 26, 1995.
574—60 FR 5267; January 26, 1995.
576—60 FR 6974; February 6, 1995.
577—60 FR 10715; February 27, 1995.
579—60 FR 18947; April 13, 1995.
580—60 FR 36010; July 12, 1995.
582—61 FR 11332; March 20, 1996.
583—61 FR 25832; May 23, 1996.
585—61 FR 32366; June 24, 1996.
588—61 FR 48413; September 13, 1996.
597—61 FR 54056; October 16, 1996.
598—61 FR 59028; November 20, 1996.
600—62 FR 689; January 6, 1997.
602—62 FR 1657; January 10, 1997.
604—62 FR 2322; January 16, 1997.
605—62 FR 3628; January 24, 1997.
607—62 FR 4191; January 29, 1997.
608—62 FR 4939; February 3, 1997.
610—62 FR 10746; March 10, 1997.
612—62 FR 23392; April 30, 1997.
614—62 FR 30772; June 5, 1997.
616—62 FR 31757; June 11, 1997.
617—62 FR 31761; June 11, 1997.
618—62 FR 33038; June 18, 1997.
621—62 FR 38939; July 21, 1997.
622—62 FR 39157; July 22, 1997.
626—62 FR 59622; November 4, 1997.
628—62 FR 64320; December 5, 1997.
629—62 FR 66303; December 18, 1997.
630—63 FR 694; January 7, 1998.
631—63 FR 1763; January 12, 1998.
632—63 FR 3843; January 27, 1998.
633—63 FR 12687; March 16, 1998.
634—63 FR 13150; March 18, 1998.
636—63 FR 26530; May 13, 1998.
637—63 FR 31674; June 10, 1998.
638—63 FR 32997; June 17, 1998.
639—63 FR 42762; August 11, 1998.
642—63 FR 46909; September 3, 1998.
645—63 FR 51016; September 24, 1998.
646—63 FR 52837; October 1, 1998.
651—63 FR 57619; October 28, 1998.
653—63 FR 64799; November 23, 1998.
654—63 FR 69021; December 15, 1998.
655—63 FR 70062; December 18, 1998.
656—64 FR 5981; February 8, 1999.
658—64 FR 15704; April 1, 1999.
659—64 FR 17124; April 8, 1999.
660—64 FR 19308; April 20, 1999.
664—64 FR 41836; August 2, 1999.
665—64 FR 47134; August 30, 1999.
669—64 FR 56608; October 20, 1999.
670—64 FR 58932; November 1, 1999.
674—64 FR 72960; December 29, 1999.
675—65 FR 30; January 3, 2000.
676—65 FR 2357; January 14, 2000.
677—65 FR 3109; January 19, 2000.
679—65 FR 3890; January 25, 2000.
680—65 FR 4169; January 26, 2000.
682—65 FR 4779; February 1, 2000.
687—65 FR 8889; February 23, 2000.
688—65 FR 10039; February 25, 2000.
692—65 FR 16085; March 24, 2000.
693—65 FR 17786; April 5, 2000.
694—65 FR 19698; April 12, 2000.
695—65 FR 25879; May 4, 2000.
696—65 FR 20769; April 18, 2000.
697—65 FR 26461; May 5, 2000.
698—65 FR 26771; May 9, 2000.
700—65 FR 46654; July 31, 2000.
701—65 FR 51478; September 7, 2000.
702—65 FR 57264; September 21, 2000.
703—65 FR 60885; October 13, 2000.
705—65 FR 69481; November 17, 2000.
706—65 FR 69637; November 17, 2000.
707—65 FR 81433; December 26, 2000.
709—66 FR 32257; June 14, 2001.
710—66 FR 33915; June 26, 2001.
713—66 FR 50350; October 3, 2001.
714—66 FR 51339; October 9, 2001.
715—66 FR 59373; November 28, 2001.
716—66 FR 59545; November 29, 2001.
718—66 FR 63002; December 4, 2001.
719—66 FR 66811; December 27, 2001.
724—67 FR 37721; May 30, 2002.
725—70 FR 3459; January 24, 2005.
726—67 FR 40811; June 13, 2002.
728—67 FR 44392; July 2, 2002.
729—67 FR 47739; July 22, 2002.
730—67 FR 51129; August 7, 2002.
731—67 FR 52889; August 14, 2002.
732—67 FR 52426; August 12, 2002.
734—68 FR 13520; March 19, 2003.
735—68 FR 15872; April 1, 2003.
738—68 FR 43658; July 24, 2003.
740—69 FR 70190; December 17, 2003.
741—69 FR 3028; January 22, 2004.
742—70 FR 67928; November 9, 2005.
743—70 FR 10485; March 4, 2005.
744—69 FR 47248; August 4, 2004.
745—70 FR 1285; January 6, 2005.
747—70 FR 17916; April 8, 2005.
748—70 FR 69465; November 16, 2005.
754—70 FR 58350; October 6, 2005.
755—70 FR 66706; November 2, 2005.
756—71 FR 26851; May 9, 2006.
757—71 FR 40673; July 18, 2006.
758—71 FR 42314; July 26, 2006.
759—72 FR 14938; March 29, 2007.
760—73 FR 3178; January 16, 2008.
761—73 FR 74370; December 8, 2008.
763—74 FR 46930; September 14, 2009.
764—74 FR 52010; October 8, 2009.
765—75 FR 19045; April 13, 2010.
766—75 FR 249; January 5, 2010.
767—75 FR 43853, 43864; July 27, 2010.
769—75 FR 21188; April 23, 2010.
770—75 FR 33053; June 7, 2011.
771—75 FR 45526; August 3, 2010.
774—75 FR 81814; December 28, 2010.
775—75 FR 59656; September 28, 2010.
776—76 FR 20560; April 13, 2011.
777—75 FR 67539; November 2, 2010.
778—75 FR 53604; September 1, 2010.
779—76 FR 30780; May 26, 2011.
781—75 FR 76132; December 7, 2010.
782—76 FR 25609; May 5, 2011.
783—76 FR 50079; August 11, 2011.
784—76 FR 9691; February 22, 2011.
785—76 FR 6080; February 3, 2011.
787—76 FR 18102; April 1, 2011.
789—76 FR 31873, June 2, 2011.
791—76 FR 48741; August 9, 2011.
793—76 FR 58994; September 22, 2011.
794—76 FR 58950; September 22, 2011.
795—76 FR 61978; October 6, 2011.
796—76 FR 62954; October 11, 2011.
798—77 FR 8664; February 14, 2012.
799—77 FR 43467; July 24, 2012.
800—77 FR 16717; March 22, 2012.
801—77 FR 20986; April 6, 2012.
803—77 FR 26211; May 3, 2012.
807—77 FR 45893; August 1, 2012.
Editorial Notes:
1. For Federal Register citations affecting the table in § 17.11(h), see the listing above.
2: For Federal Register citations affecting § 17.11, see the List of CFR Sections Affected, which appears in the Finding Aids section of the printed volume and at www.fdsys.gov.
3. At 77 FR 20986, Apr. 6 2012, the table in § 17.11(h) was amended by adding new entries for “Butterfly, cassius blue”, “Butterfly, ceraunus blue”, and “Butterfly, nickerbean blue”; however, the amendment could not be incorporated.
Effective Date Note:
At 77 FR 57744, Sept. 18, 2012, § 17.11(h), the List of Endangered and Threatened Wildlife, was amended by adding entries for “Damselfly, blackline Hawaiian”, “Damselfly, crimson Hawaiian”, and “Damselfly, oceanic Hawaiian”, in alphabetical order under INSECTS, effective Oct. 18, 2012. For the convenience of the user, the added text is set forth as follows:
§ 17.11 Endangered and threatened wildlife.
(h) * * *
Species Historic range Vertebrate population where endangered or threatened Status When listed Criticalhabitat Special rules
Common name Scientific name
*******
Insects
*******
Damselfly, blackline Hawaiian Megalagrion nigrohamatum nigrolineatum U.S.A. (HI) NA E 17.95(i) NA
Damselfly, crimson Hawaiian Megalagrion leptodemas U.S.A. (HI) NA E 17.95(i) NA
*******
Damselfly, oceanic Hawaiian Megalagrion oceanicum U.S.A. (HI) NA E 17.95(i) NA
*******

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    1. 79 FR 73706 - Endangered and Threatened Wildlife and Plants; Threatened Species Status for the Rufa Red Knot
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      DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR, Fish and Wildlife Service
      Final rule.
      This rule becomes effective January 12, 2015.
      50 CFR Part 17

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United States Code
U.S. Code: Title 16 - CONSERVATION

§ 1361 - Congressional findings and declaration of policy

§ 1362 - Definitions

§ 1371 - Moratorium on taking and importing marine mammals and marine mammal products

§ 1372 - Prohibitions

§ 1373 - Regulations on taking of marine mammals

§ 1374 - Permits

§ 1375 - Penalties

§ 1375a - Use of fines for protection and recovery of manatees, polar bears, sea otters, and walruses

§ 1376 - Seizure and forfeiture of cargo

§ 1377 - Enforcement

§ 1378 - International program

§ 1379 - Transfer of management authority

§ 1380 - Marine mammal research grants

§ 1381 - Commercial fisheries gear development

§ 1382 - Regulations and administration

§ 1383 - Application to other treaties and conventions

§ 1383a - Interim exemption for commercial fisheries

§ 1383b - Status review; conservation plans

§ 1384 - Authorization of appropriations

§ 1385 - Dolphin protection

§ 1386 - Stock assessments

§ 1387 - Taking of marine mammals incidental to commercial fishing operations

§ 1388 - Marine mammal cooperative agreements in Alaska

§ 1389 - Pacific Coast Task Force; Gulf of Maine

§ 1401 - Establishment

§ 1402 - Duties of Commission

§ 1403 - Committee of Scientific Advisors on Marine Mammals

§ 1404 - Omitted

§ 1405 - Coordination with other Federal agencies

§ 1406 - Administration

§ 1407 - Authorization of appropriations

§ 1531 - Congressional findings and declaration of purposes and policy

§ 1532 - Definitions

§ 1533 - Determination of endangered species and threatened species

§ 1534 - Land acquisition

§ 1535 - Cooperation with States

§ 1536 - Interagency cooperation

§ 1537 - International cooperation

§ 1537a - Convention implementation

§ 1538 - Prohibited acts

§ 1539 - Exceptions

§ 1540 - Penalties and enforcement

§ 1541 - Endangered plants

§ 1542 - Authorization of appropriations

§ 1543 - Construction with Marine Mammal Protection Act of 1972

§ 1544 - Annual cost analysis by Fish and Wildlife Service

§ 4201 - Statement of purpose

§ 4202 - Findings

§ 4203 - Statement of policy

§ 4211 - Provision of assistance

§ 4212 - Acceptance and use of donations

§ 4213 - Omitted

§ 4214 - Advisory group

§ 4221 - Review of African elephant conservation programs

§ 4222 - Moratoria

§ 4223 - Prohibited acts

§ 4224 - Penalties and enforcement

§ 4225 - Rewards

§ 4241 - Relationship to Endangered Species Act of 1973

§ 4242 - Certification under Pelly amendment

§ 4243 - Repealed.

§ 4244 - Definitions

§ 4245 - Authorization of appropriations

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  • 2014-12-11; vol. 79 # 238 - Thursday, December 11, 2014
    1. 79 FR 73706 - Endangered and Threatened Wildlife and Plants; Threatened Species Status for the Rufa Red Knot
      GPO FDSys XML | Text
      DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR, Fish and Wildlife Service
      Final rule.
      This rule becomes effective January 12, 2015.
      50 CFR Part 17