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Title 50Chapter ISubchapter B → Part 17


Title 50: Wildlife and Fisheries


PART 17—ENDANGERED AND THREATENED WILDLIFE AND PLANTS


Contents

Subpart A—Introduction and General Provisions

§17.1   Purpose of regulations.
§17.2   Scope of regulations.
§17.3   Definitions.
§17.4   Pre-Act wildlife.
§17.5   Alaska natives.
§17.6   State cooperative agreements. [Reserved]
§17.7   Raptor exemption.
§17.8   Import exemption for threatened, CITES Appendix-II wildlife.
§17.9   Permit applications and information collection requirements.

Subpart B—Lists

§17.11   Endangered and threatened wildlife.
§17.12   Endangered and threatened plants.

Subpart C—Endangered Wildlife

§17.21   Prohibitions.
§17.22   Permits for scientific purposes, enhancement of propagation or survival, or for incidental taking.
§17.23   Economic hardship permits.

Subpart D—Threatened Wildlife

§17.31   Prohibitions.
§17.32   Permits—general.
§17.40   Special rules—mammals.
§17.41   Special rules—birds.
§17.42   Special rules—reptiles.
§17.43   Special rules—amphibians.
§17.44   Special rules—fishes.
§17.45   Special rules—snails and clams. [Reserved]
§17.46   Special rules—crustaceans.
§17.47   Special rules—insects.
§17.48   Special rules—common sponges and other forms. [Reserved]

Subpart E—Similarity of Appearance

§17.50   General.
§17.51   Treatment as endangered or threatened.
§17.52   Permits—similarity of appearance.

Subpart F—Endangered Plants

§17.61   Prohibitions.
§17.62   Permits for scientific purposes or for the enhancement of propagation or survival.
§17.63   Economic hardship permits.

Subpart G—Threatened Plants

§17.71   Prohibitions.
§17.72   Permits—general.
§§17.73-17.78   [Reserved]

Subpart H—Experimental Populations

§17.80   Definitions.
§17.81   Listing.
§17.82   Prohibitions.
§17.83   Interagency cooperation.
§17.84   Special rules—vertebrates.
§17.85   Special rules—invertebrates.
§17.86   Special rules—plants. [Reserved]

Subpart I—Interagency Cooperation

§17.94   Critical habitats.
§17.95   Critical habitat—fish and wildlife.

Authority: 16 U.S.C. 1361-1407; 1531-1544; and 4201-4245, unless otherwise noted.

Source: 40 FR 44415, Sept. 26, 1975, unless otherwise noted.

Subpart A—Introduction and General Provisions

§17.1   Purpose of regulations.

(a) The regulations in this part implement the Endangered Species Act of 1973, 87 Stat. 884, 16 U.S.C. 1531-1543, except for those provisions in the Act concerning the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora, for which regulations are provided in part 23 of this subchapter.

(b) The regulations identify those species of wildlife and plants determined by the Director to be endangered or threatened with extinction under section 4(a) of the Act and also carry over the species and subspecies of wildlife designated as endangered under the Endangered Species Conservation Act of 1969 (83 Stat. 275, 16 U.S.C. 668cc-1 to 6) which are deemed endangered species under section 4(c)(3) of the Act.

[40 FR 44415, Sept. 26, 1975, as amended at 42 FR 10465, Feb. 22, 1977]

§17.2   Scope of regulations.

(a) The regulations of this part apply only to endangered and threatened wildlife and plants.

(b) By agreement between the Service and the National Marine Fisheries Service, the jurisdiction of the Department of Commerce has been specifically defined to include certain species, while jurisdiction is shared in regard to certain other species. Such species are footnoted in subpart B of this part, and reference is given to special rules of the National Marine Fisheries Service for those species.

(c) The provisions in this part are in addition to, and are not in lieu of, other regulations of this subchapter B which may require a permit or prescribe additional restrictions or conditions for the importation, exportation, and interstate transportation of wildlife.

(d) The examples used in this part are provided solely for the convenience of the public, and to explain the intent and meaning of the regulation to which they refer. They have no legal significance.

(e) Certain of the wildlife and plants listed in §§17.11 and 17.12 as endangered or threatened are included in Appendix I, II or III to the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora. The importation, exportation and reexportation of such species are subject to additional regulations provided in part 23 of this subchapter.

[40 FR 44415, Sept. 26, 1975, as amended at 42 FR 10465, Feb. 22, 1977]

§17.3   Definitions.

In addition to the definitions contained in part 10 of this subchapter, and unless the context otherwise requires, in this part 17:

Act means the Endangered Species Act of 1973 (16 U.S.C. 1531-1543; 87 Stat. 884);

Adequately covered means, with respect to species listed pursuant to section 4 of the ESA, that a proposed conservation plan has satisfied the permit issuance criteria under section 10(a)(2)(B) of the ESA for the species covered by the plan, and, with respect to unlisted species, that a proposed conservation plan has satisfied the permit issuance criteria under section 10(a)(2)(B) of the ESA that would otherwise apply if the unlisted species covered by the plan were actually listed. For the Services to cover a species under a conservation plan, it must be listed on the section 10(a)(1)(B) permit.

Alaskan Native means a person defined in the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act (43 U.S.C. 1603(b) (85 Stat. 588)) as a citizen of the United States who is of one-fourth degree or more Alaska Indian (including Tsimshian Indians enrolled or not enrolled in the Metlaktla Indian Community), Eskimo, or Aleut blood, or combination thereof. The term includes any Native, as so defined, either or both of whose adoptive parents are not Natives. It also includes, in the absence of proof of a minimum blood quantum, any citizen of the United States who is regarded as an Alaska Native by the Native village or town of which he claims to be a member and whose father or mother is (or, if deceased, was) regarded as Native by any Native village or Native town. Any citizen enrolled by the Secretary pursuant to section 5 of the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act shall be conclusively presumed to be an Alaskan Native for purposes of this part;

Authentic native articles of handicrafts and clothing means items made by an Indian, Aleut, or Eskimo that are composed wholly or in some significant respect of natural materials and are significantly altered from their natural form and are produced, decorated, or fashioned in the exercise of traditional native handicrafts without the use of pantographs, multiple carvers, or similar mass-copying devices. Improved methods of production utilizing modern implements such as sewing machines or modern techniques at a tannery registered pursuant to §18.23(c) of this subchapter (in the case of marine mammals) may be used as long as no large-scale mass production industry results. Traditional native handicrafts include, but are not limited to, weaving, carving, stitching, sewing, lacing, beading, drawing, and painting. The formation of traditional native groups, such as cooperatives, is permitted as long as no large-scale mass production results;

Bred in captivity or captive-bred refers to wildlife, including eggs, born or otherwise produced in captivity from parents that mated or otherwise transferred gametes in captivity, if reproduction is sexual, or from parents that were in captivity when development of the progeny began, if development is asexual.

Captivity means that living wildlife is held in a controlled environment that is intensively manipulated by man for the purpose of producing wildlife of the selected species, and that has boundaries designed to prevent animal, eggs or gametes of the selected species from entering or leaving the controlled environment. General characteristics of captivity may include but are not limited to artificial housing, waste removal, health care, protection from predators, and artificially supplied food.

Changed circumstances means changes in circumstances affecting a species or geographic area covered by a conservation plan or agreement that can reasonably be anticipated by plan or agreement developers and the Service and that can be planned for (e.g., the listing of new species, or a fire or other natural catastrophic event in areas prone to such events).

Conservation plan means the plan required by section 10(a)(2)(A) of the ESA that an applicant must submit when applying for an incidental take permit. Conservation plans also are known as “habitat conservation plans” or “HCPs.”

Conserved habitat areas means areas explicitly designated for habitat restoration, acquisition, protection, or other conservation purposes under a conservation plan.

Convention means the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora, TIAS 8249.

Enhance the propagation or survival, when used in reference to wildlife in captivity, includes but is not limited to the following activities when it can be shown that such activities would not be detrimental to the survival of wild or captive populations of the affected species:

(a) Provision of health care, management of populations by culling, contraception, euthanasia, grouping or handling of wildlife to control survivorship and reproduction, and similar normal practices of animal husbandry needed to maintain captive populations that are self-sustaining and that possess as much genetic vitality as possible;

(b) Accumulation and holding of living wildlife that is not immediately needed or suitable for propagative or scientific purposes, and the transfer of such wildlife between persons in order to relieve crowding or other problems hindering the propagation or survival of the captive population at the location from which the wildlife would be removed; and

(c) Exhibition of living wildlife in a manner designed to educate the public about the ecological role and conservation needs of the affected species.

Endangered means a species of wildlife listed in §17.11 or a species of plant listed in §17.12 and designated as endangered.

Harass in the definition of “take” in the Act means an intentional or negligent act or omission which creates the likelihood of injury to wildlife by annoying it to such an extent as to significantly disrupt normal behavioral patterns which include, but are not limited to, breeding, feeding, or sheltering. This definition, when applied to captive wildlife, does not include generally accepted:

(1) Animal husbandry practices that meet or exceed the minimum standards for facilities and care under the Animal Welfare Act,

(2) Breeding procedures, or

(3) Provisions of veterinary care for confining, tranquilizing, or anesthetizing, when such practices, procedures, or provisions are not likely to result in injury to the wildlife.

Harm in the definition of “take” in the Act means an act which actually kills or injures wildlife. Such act may include significant habitat modification or degradation where it actually kills or injures wildlife by significantly impairing essential behavioral patterns, including breeding, feeding or sheltering.

Incidental taking means any taking otherwise prohibited, if such taking is incidental to, and not the purpose of, the carrying out of an otherwise lawful activity.

Industry or trade in the definition of “commercial activity” in the Act means the actual or intended transfer of wildlife or plants from one person to another person in the pursuit of gain or profit;

Native village or town means any community, association, tribe, clan or group;

Operating conservation program means those conservation management activities which are expressly agreed upon and described in a conservation plan or its Implementing Agreement, if any, and which are to be undertaken for the affected species when implementing an approved conservation plan, including measures to respond to changed circumstances.

Population means a group of fish or wildlife in the same taxon below the subspecific level, in common spatial arrangement that interbreed when mature;

Properly implemented conservation plan means any conservation plan, Implementing Agreement and permit whose commitments and provisions have been or are being fully implemented by the permittee.

Property owner with respect to agreements outlined under §§17.22(c), 17.22(d), 17.32(c), and 17.32(d) means a person with a fee simple, leasehold, or other property interest (including owners of water or other natural resources), or any other entity that may have a property interest, sufficient to carry out the proposed management activities, subject to applicable State law, on non-Federal land.

Specimen means any animal or plant, or any part, product, egg, seed or root of any animal or plant;

Subsistence means the use of endangered or threatened wildlife for food, clothing, shelter, heating, transportation and other uses necessary to maintain the life of the taker of the wildlife, or those who depend upon the taker to provide them with such subsistence, and includes selling any edible portions of such wildlife in native villages and towns in Alaska for native consumption within native villages and towns;

Threatened means a species of wildlife listed in §17.11 or plant listed in §17.12 and designated as threatened.

Unforeseen circumstances means changes in circumstances affecting a species or geographic area covered by a conservation plan or agreement that could not reasonably have been anticipated by plan or agreement developers and the Service at the time of the conservation plan's or agreement's negotiation and development, and that result in a substantial and adverse change in the status of the covered species.

Wasteful manner means any taking or method of taking which is likely to result in the killing or injury of endangered or threatened wildlife beyond those needed for subsistence purposes, or which results in the waste of a substantial portion of the wildlife, and includes without limitation the employment of a method of taking which is not likely to assure the capture or killing of the wildlife, or which is not immediately followed by a reasonable effort to retrieve the wildlife.

[40 FR 44415, Sept. 26, 1975, as amended at 42 FR 28056, June 1, 1977; 44 FR 54006, Sept. 17, 1979; 46 FR 54750, Nov. 4, 1981; 47 FR 31387, July 20, 1982; 50 FR 39687, Sept. 30, 1985; 63 FR 8870, Feb. 23, 1998; 63 FR 48639, Sept. 11, 1998; 69 FR 24092, May 3, 2004; 71 FR 46870, Aug. 15, 2006]

§17.4   Pre-Act wildlife.

(a) The prohibitions defined in subparts C and D of this part 17 shall not apply to any activity involving endangered or threatened wildlife which was held in captivity or in a controlled environment on December 28, 1973: Provided,

(1) That the purposes of such holding were not contrary to the purposes of the Act; and

(2) That the wildlife was not held in the course of a commercial activity.

Example 1. On January 25, 1974, a tourist buys a stuffed hawksbill turtle (an endangered species listed since June, 1970), in a foreign country. On December 28, 1973, the stuffed turtle had been on display for sale. The tourist imports the stuffed turtle into the United States on January 26, 1974. This is a violation of the Act since the stuffed turtle was held for commercial purposes on December 28, 1973.
Example 2. On December 27, 1973 (or earlier), a tourist buys a leopard skin coat (the leopard has been listed as endangered since March 1972) for his wife in a foreign country. On January 5, he imports it into the United States. He has not committed a violation since on December 28, 1973, he was the owner of the coat, for personal purposes, and the chain of commerce had ended with the sale on the 27th. Even if he did not finish paying for the coat for another year, as long as he had possession of it, and he was not going to resell it, but was using it for personal purposes, the Act does not apply to that coat.
Example 3. On or before December 28, 1973, a hunter kills a leopard legally in Africa. He has the leopard mounted and imports it into the United States in March 1974. The importation is not subject to the Act. The hunter has not engaged in a commercial activity, even though he bought the services of a guide, outfitters, and a taxidermist to help him take, preserve, and import the leopard. This applies even if the trophy was in the possession of the taxidermist on December 28, 1973.
Example 4. On January 15, 1974, a hunter kills a leopard legally in Africa. He has the leopard mounted and imports it into the United States in June 1974. This importation is a violation of the Act since the leopard was not in captivity or a controlled environment on December 28, 1973.

(b) Service officers or Customs officers may refuse to clear endangered or threatened wildlife for importation into or exportation from the United States, pursuant to §14.53 of this subchapter, until the importer or exporter can demonstrate that the exemption referred to in this section applies. Exempt status may be established by any sufficient evidence, including an affidavit containing the following:

(1) The affiant's name and address;

(2) Identification of the affiant;

(3) Identification of the endangered or threatened wildlife which is the subject of the affidavit;

(4) A statement by the affiant that to the best of his knowledge and belief, the endangered or threatened wildlife which is the subject of the affidavit was in captivity or in a controlled environment on December 28, 1973, and was not being held for purposes contrary to the Act or in the course of a commercial activity;

(5) A statement by the affiant in the following language:

The foregoing is principally based on the attached exhibits which, to the best of my knowledge and belief, are complete, true and correct. I understand that this affidavit is being submitted for the purpose of inducing the Federal Government to recognize an exempt status regarding (insert description of wildlife), under the Endangered Species Act of 1973 (16 U.S.C. 1531-1543), and regulations promulgated thereunder, and that any false statements may subject me to the criminal penalties of 18 U.S.C. 1001.

(6) As an attachment, records or other available evidence to show:

(i) That the wildlife in question was being held in captivity or in a controlled environment on December 28, 1973;

(ii) The purpose for which the wildlife was being held; and

(iii) The nature of such holding (to establish that no commercial activity was involved).

(c) This section applies only to wildlife born on or prior to December 28, 1973. It does not apply to the progeny of any such wildlife born after December 28, 1973.

§17.5   Alaska natives.

(a) The provisions of subpart C of this part relating to the importation or the taking of endangered wildlife, and any provision of subpart D of this part relating to the importation or the taking of threatened wildlife, shall not apply to:

(1) Any Indian, Aleut, or Eskimo who is an Alaskan native and who resides in Alaska; or

(2) Any non-native permanent resident of an Alaskan native village who is primarily dependent upon the taking of wildlife for consumption or for the creation and sale of authentic native articles of handicrafts and clothing:

If the taking is primarily for subsistence purposes, and is not accomplished in a wasteful manner.

(b) Edible portions of endangered or threatened wildlife taken or imported pursuant to paragraph (a) of this section may be sold in native villages or towns in Alaska for native consumption within native villages and towns in Alaska.

(c) Non-edible by-products of endangered or threatened wildlife taken or imported pursuant to paragraph (a) of this section may be sold in interstate commerce when made into authentic native articles of handicrafts and clothing.

§17.6   State cooperative agreements. [Reserved]

§17.7   Raptor exemption.

(a) The prohibitions found in §§17.21 and 17.31 do not apply to any raptor [a live migratory bird of the Order Falconiformes or the Order Strigiformes, other than a bald eagle (Haliaeetus leucocephalus) or a golden eagle (Aquila chrysaetos)] legally held in captivity or in a controlled environment on November 10, 1978, or to any of its progeny, which is:

(1) Possessed and banded in compliance with the terms of a valid permit issued under part 21 of this chapter; and

(2) Identified in the earliest applicable annual report required to be filed by a permittee under part 21 of this chapter as in a permittee's possession on November 10, 1978, or as the progeny of such a raptor.

(b) This section does not apply to any raptor intentionally returned to the wild.

[48 FR 31607, July 8, 1983]

§17.8   Import exemption for threatened, CITES Appendix-II wildlife.

(a) Except as provided in a special rule in §§17.40 through 17.48 or in paragraph (b) of this section, all provisions of §§17.31 and 17.32 apply to any specimen of a threatened species of wildlife that is listed in Appendix II of the Convention.

(b) Import. Except as provided in a special rule in §§17.40 through 17.48, any live or dead specimen of a fish and wildlife species listed as threatened under this part may be imported without a threatened species permit under §17.32 provided all of the following conditions are met:

(1) The specimen was not acquired in foreign commerce or imported in the course of a commercial activity;

(2) The species is listed in Appendix II of the Convention.

(3) The specimen is imported and subsequently used in accordance with the requirements of part 23 of this subchapter, except as provided in paragraph (b)(4) of this section.

(4) Personal and household effects (see §23.5) must be accompanied by a CITES document.

(5) At the time of import, the importer must provide to the FWS documentation that shows the specimen was not acquired in foreign commerce in the course of a commercial activity.

(6) All applicable requirements of part 14 of this subchapter are satisfied.

[72 FR 48446, Aug. 23, 2007]

§17.9   Permit applications and information collection requirements.

(a) Address permit applications for activities affecting species listed under the Endangered Species Act, as amended, as follows:

(1) Address activities affecting endangered and threatened species that are native to the United States to the Regional Director for the Region in which the activity is to take place. You can find addresses for the Regional Directors in 50 CFR 2.2. Send applications for interstate commerce in native endangered and threatened species to the Regional Director with lead responsibility for the species. To determine the appropriate region, call the nearest Regional Office:

Region 1 (Portland, OR): 503-231-6241

Region 2 (Albuquerque, NM): 505-248-6920

Region 3 (Twin Cities, MN): 612-713-5343

Region 4 (Atlanta, GA): 404-679-7313

Region 5 (Hadley, MA): 413-253-8628

Region 6 (Denver, CO): 303-236-8155, ext 263

Region 7 (Anchorage, AK): 907-786-3620

Headquarters (Washington, DC): 703-358-2106

(2) Submit permit applications for activities affecting native endangered and threatened species in international movement or commerce, and all activities affecting nonnative endangered and threatened species, to the attention of the Director, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, at the address listed for the Division of Management Authority at 50 CFR 2.1(b).

(b) The Office of Management and Budget approved the information collection requirements contained in this part 17 under 44 U.S.C. 3507 and assigned OMB Control Numbers 1018-0093 and 1018-0094. The Service may not conduct or sponsor, and you are not required to respond to, a collection of information unless it displays a currently valid OMB control number. We are collecting this information to provide information necessary to evaluate permit applications. We will use this information to review permit applications and make decisions, according to criteria established in various Federal wildlife conservation statutes and regulations, on the issuance, suspension, revocation, or denial of permits. You must respond to obtain or retain a permit. We estimate the public reporting burden for these reporting requirements to vary from 2 to 212 hours per response, including time for reviewing instructions, gathering and maintaining data, and completing and reviewing the forms. Direct comments regarding the burden estimate or any other aspect of these reporting requirements to the Service's Information Collection Clearance Officer at the address provided at 50 CFR 2.1(b).

[63 FR 52635, Oct. 1, 1998. Redesignated at 72 FR 48446, Aug. 23, 2007, as amended at 79 FR 30417, May 27, 2014; 79 FR 43964, July 29, 2014]

Subpart B—Lists

§17.11   Endangered and threatened wildlife.

Link to an amendment published at 79 FR 63747, October 24, 2014.

Link to an amendment published at 79 FR 69310, Nov. 20, 2014.

(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:

SpeciesHistoric RangeVertebrate population where endangered or threatenedStatusWhen listedCritical habitatSpecial rules
Common nameScientific name
Mammals
AddaxAddax nasomaculatusNorth AfricaEntireENANA
Anoa, lowlandBubalus depressicornisIndonesia......doE3NANA
Anoa, mountainBubalus quarlesi......do......doE15NANA
Antelope, giant sableHippotragus niger varianiAngola......doE15NANA
Antelope, TibetanPanthalops hodgsoniiChina, India, Nepal......doENA
ArgaliOvis ammonAfganistan, China, India, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Mongolia, Nepal, Pakistan, Russia, Tajikistan, UzbekistanEntire except Kyrgyzstan, Mongolia, and TajikistanE15, 475NANA
      Do......do......doKyrgyzstan, Mongolia, and TajikistanT15, 475NA17.40(j)
Armadillo, giantPriodontes maximusVenezuela and Guyana to ArgentinaEntireE15NANA
Armadillo, pink fairyChlamyphorus truncatusArgentina......doE3NANA
Ass, African wildEquus africanusSomalia, Sudan, Ethiopia......doE3, 22NANA
Ass, Asian wildEquus hemionusSouthwestern and Central Asia......doE3NANA
AvahiAvahi laniger (=entire genus)Malagasy Republic (=Madagascar)......doE3NANA
Aye-ayeDaubentonia madagascariensis......do......doE3NANA
BabirusaBabyrousa babyrussaIndonesia......doE15NANA
Baboon, geladaTheropithecus geladaEthiopia......doT16NA17.40(c)
Bandicoot, barredPerameles bougainvilleAustralia......doE4NANA
Bandicoot, desertPerameles eremiana......do......doE6NANA
Bandicoot, lesser rabbitMacrotis leucura......do......doE4NANA
Bandicoot, pig-footedChaeropus ecaudatus......do......doE4NANA
Bandicoot, rabbitMacrotis lagotis......do......doE4NANA
BantengBos javanicusSoutheast Asia......doE3NANA
Bat, Bulmer's fruit (flying fox)Aproteles bulmeraePapua New Guinea......doE139NANA
Bat, bumblebeeCraseonycteris thonglongyaiThailand......doE139NANA
Bat, Florida bonnetedEumops floridanusU.S.A. (FL)......doE822NANA
Bat, grayMyotis grisescensCentral and southeastern U.S.A.......doE13NANA
Bat, Hawaiian hoaryLasiurus cinereus semotusU.S.A. (HI)......doE2NANA
Bat, IndianaMyotis sodalisEastern and Midwestern U.S.A......doE117.95(a)NA
Bat, lesser long-nosedLeptonycteris curasoae yerbabuenaeU.S.A. (AZ, NM), Mexico, Central America......doE336NANA
Bat, little Mariana fruitPteropus tokudaeWestern Pacific Ocean—U.S.A. (Guam)......doE156NANA
Fruit Bat, Mariana (=fanihi, Mariana flying fox)Pteropus mariannus mariannusWestern Pacific Ocean—U.S.A. (GU, MP)......doT156Guam 17.95(a)NA
Bat, Mexican long-nosedLeptonycteris nivalisU.S.A. (NM, TX), Mexico, Central America......doE336NANA
Bat, Ozark big-earedCorynorhinus (=Plecotus) townsendii ingensU.S.A. (MO, OK, AR)......doE85NANA
Bat, Rodrigues fruit (flying fox)Pteropus rodricensisIndian Ocean—Rodrigues Island......doE139NANA
Bat, Singapore roundleaf horseshoeHipposideros ridleyiMalaysia......doE139NANA
Bat, Virginia big-earedCorynorhinus (=Plecotus) townsendii virginianusU.S.A. (KY, NC, WV, VA)......doE8517.95(a)NA
Bear, American blackUrsus americanusNorth AmericaU.S.A. (LA, all counties; MS, TX, only within the historic county range of the Louisiana black bear)T(S/A)456NA17.40(i)
Bear, BaluchistanUrsus thibetanus gedrosianusIran, PakistanEntireE233NANA
Bear, brownUrsus arctos arctosPalearcticItalyE15, 15ANANA
      DoUrsus arctos pruinosusChina (Tibet)EntireE15NANA
Bear, grizzlyUrsus arctos horribilisNorth AmericaU.S.A., conterminous (lower 48) States, except where listed as an experimental populationT1, 2D, 9, 759NA17.40(b)
      Do......do......doU.S.A. (portions of ID and MT, see 17.84(l))XN706NA17.84(l)
Bear, Louisiana blackUrsus americanus luteolusU.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)EntireT45617.95(a)17.40(i)
Bear, Mexican grizzlyUrsus arctosHolarcticMexicoE3NANA
Bear, polarUrsus maritimusU.S.A. (AK), Canada, Russia, Denmark (Greenland), NorwayEntireT78117.95(a)17.40(q)
BeaverCastor fiber birulaiMongolia......doE15NANA
Bison, woodBison bison athabascaeCanada, Alaska......doT3, 803NANA
Bison, woodBison bison athabascae......doU.S.A. (Alaska)XN835NA17.84(x)
Bobcat, MexicanLynx (=Felis) rufus escuinapaeCentral MexicoEntireE15NANA
Bontebok (antelope)Damaliscus pygarus (=dorcas) dorcasSouth Africa......doE15NANA
Camel, BactrianCamelus bactrianusMongolia, China......doE15NANA
Caribou, woodlandRangifer tarandus caribouCanada, U.S. (AK, ID, ME, MI, MN, MT, NH, VT, WA, WI)Canada (southeastern British Columbia bounded by the Canada-U.S. border, Columbia River, Kootenay River, Kootenay Lake, and Kootenai River), U.S. (ID, WA)E128E, 136, 14317.95(a)NA
Cat, AndeanFelis jacobitaChile, Peru, Bolivia, ArgentinaEntireE15NANA
Cat, Asian golden (=Temminck's)Catopuma (=Felis) temminckiiNepal, China, Southeast Asia, Indonesia (Sumatra)......doE15NANA
Cat, black-footedFelis nigripesSouthern Africa......doE15NANA
Cat, flat-headedPrionailurus (=Felis) planicepsMalaysia, Indonesia......doE15NANA
Cat, IriomotePrionailurus (=Felis) bengalensis iriomotensisJapan (Iriomote Island, Ryukyu Islands)......doE50NANA
Cat, leopardPrionailurus (=Felis) bengalensis bengalensisIndia, Southeast Asia......doE15NANA
Cat, marbledPardofelis (=Felis) marmorataNepal, Southeast Asia, Indonesia......doE15NANA
Cat, Pakistan sandFelis margarita scheffeliPakistan......doE139NANA
Cat, tigerLeopardus (=Felis) tigrinusCosta Rica to northern Argentina......doE5NANA
Chamois, ApennineRupicapra rupicapra ornataItaly......doE15NANA
CheetahAcinonyx jubatusAfrica to India......doE3, 5NANA
ChimpanzeePan troglodytesAfrica—see 17.40(c)(3)Wherever found in the wildE16, 376NANA
      Do......do......doWherever found in captivityT16, 376NA17.40(c)
Chimpanzee, pygmyPan paniscusZaireEntireE16, 376NANA
ChinchillaChinchilla brevicaudata bolivianaBolivia......doE15NANA
Civet, Malabar large-spottedViverra civettina (=megaspila c.)India......doE50NANA
CochitoPhocoena sinusMexico (Gulf of California)......doE169NANA
Deer, BactrianCervus elaphus bactrianusTajikistan, Uzbekistan, Afghanistan......doE50NANA
Deer, BarbaryCervus elaphus barbarusMorocco, Tunisia, Algeria......doE50NANA
Deer, Calamianes (=Philippine)Axis porcinus calamianensisPhilippines (Calamian Islands)......doE15NANA
Deer, Cedros Island muleOdocoileus hemionus cedrosensisMexico (Cedros Island)......doE10NANA
Deer, Columbian white-tailedOdocoileus virginianus leucurusU.S.A. (WA, OR)Columbia River (Clark, Cowlitz, Pacific, Skamania, and Wahkiakum Counties, WA, and Clatsop, Columbia, and Multnomah Counties, OR)E1,738NANA
Deer, Corsican redCervus elaphus corsicanusCorsica, Sardinia......doE50NANA
Deer, Eld's brow-antleredCervus eldiIndia to Southeast Asia......doE3NANA
Deer, Formosan sikaCervus nippon taiouanusTaiwan......doE50NANA
Deer, Indochina hogAxis (=Cervus) porcinus annamiticusThailand, Indochina......doE15NANA
Deer, keyOdocoileus virginianus claviumU.S.A. (FL)......doE1NANA
Deer, Kuhl's (=Bawean)Axis porcinus kuhliIndonesia......doE3NANA
Deer, marshBlastocerus dichotomusArgentina, Uruguay, Paraguay, Bolivia, Brazil......doE3NANA
Deer, McNeill'sCervus elaphus macneiliiChina (Sinkiang, Tibet)......doE3NANA
Deer, muskMoschus spp. (all species)Central and eastern AsiaAfghanistan, Bhutan, Burma, China (Tibet, Yunnan), India, Nepal, Pakistan, SikkimE15NANA
Deer, North China sikaCervus nippon mandarinusChina (Shantung and Chihli Provinces)EntireE50NANA
Deer, pampasOzotoceros bezoarticusBrazil, Argentina, Uruguay, Bolivia, Paraguay......doE15NANA
Deer, Persian fallowDama mesopotamica (=dama m.)Iraq, Iran......doE3NANA
Deer, Ryukyu sikaCervus nippon keramaeJapan (Ryukyu Islands)......doE50NANA
Deer, Shansi sikaCervus nippon grassianusChina (Shansi Province)......doE50NANA
Deer, South China sikaCervus nippon kopschiSouthern China......doE50NANA
Deer, swampCervus duvauceliIndia, Nepal......doE3NANA
Deer, VisayanCervus alfrediPhilippines......doE320NANA
Deer, YarkandCervus elaphus yarkandensisChina (Sinkiang)......doE50NANA
DholeCuon alpinusC.I.S., Korea, China, India, Southeast Asia......doE3NANA
DibblerAntechinus apicalisAustralia......doE4NANA
Dog, African wildLycaon pictusSub-Saharan Africa......doE139NANA
Dolphin, Chinese riverLipotes vexilliferChina......doE350NANA
Dolphin, South Asian River (Indus River subspecies)Platanista gangetica minorPakistan (Indus R. and tributaries)......do E417NANA
DrillMandrillus (=Papio) leucophaeusEquatorial West Africa......doE16NANA
DugongDugong dugonEast Africa to southern Japan, including Palau......doE4, 740NANA
Duiker, Jentink'sCephalophus jentinkiSierra Leone, Liberia, Ivory Coast......doE50NANA
Eland, western giantTaurotragus derbianus derbianusSenegal to Ivory Coast......doE50NANA
Elephant, AfricanLoxodonta africanaAfrica......doT40NA17.40(e)
Elephant, AsianElephas maximusSouth-central and southeastern Asia......doE15NANA
Ferret. black-footedMustela nigripesWestern U.S.A., Western CanadaEntire, except where listed as an experimental populationE1, 3, 433, 545, 546, 582, 646, 703, 737NANA
......do......do......doU.S.A. (specified portions of AZ, CO, MT, SD, UT, and WY, see 17.84(g)(9))XN433, 545, 546, 582, 646, 703, 737NA17.84(g)
Fox, northern swiftVulpes velox hebesU.S.A. (northern plains), CanadaCanadaE3NANA
Fox, San Joaquin kitVulpes macrotis muticaU.S.A. (CA)EntireE1NANA
Fox, San Miguel IslandUrocyon littoralis littoralis......do......doE74217.95(a)NA
Fox, Santa Catalina IslandUrocyon littoralis catalinae......do......doE74217.95(a)NA
Fox, Santa Cruz IslandUrocyon littoralis santacruzae......do......doE74217.95(a)NA
Fox, Santa Rosa IslandUrocyon littoralis santarosae......do......doE74217.95(a)NA
Fox, SimienCanis simensisEthiopia......doE50NANA
Gazelle, ArabianGazella gazellaArabian Peninsula, Palestine, Sinai......doE50NANA
Gazelle, Clark'sAmmodorcas clarkeiSomalia, Ethiopia......doE3NANA
Gazelle, damaGazella damaNorth Africa......doE3NANA
Gazelle, MoroccanGazella dorcas massaesylaMorocco, Algeria, Tunisia......doE3NANA
Gazelle, mountain (=Cuvier's)Gazella cuvieri......do......doE3NANA
Gazelle, Pelzeln'sGazella dorcas pelzelniSomalia......doE50NANA
Gazelle, sandGazella subgutturosa maricaJordan, Arabian Peninsula......doE50NANA
Gazelle, Saudi ArabianGazella dorcas saudiyaIsrael, Iraq, Jordan, Syria, Arabian Peninsula......doE50NANA
Gazelle, slender-hornedGazella leptocerosSudan, Egypt, Algeria, Libya......doE3NANA
GibbonsHylobates spp. (including Nomascus)China, India, Southeast Asia......doE3, 15NANA
GoralNemorhaedus goralEast Asia......doE15NANA
GorillaGorilla gorillaCentral and western Africa......doE3NANA
Hare, hispidCaprolagus hispidusIndia, Nepal, Bhutan......doE15NANA
Hartebeest, Swayne'sAlcelaphus buselaphus swayneiEthiopia, Somalia......doE3, 50NANA
Hartebeest, ToraAlcelaphus buselaphus toraEthiopia, Sudan, Egypt......doE50NANA
Hog, pygmySus salvaniusIndia, Nepal, Bhutan, Sikkim......doE3NANA
Horse, Przewalski'sEquus przewalskiiMongolia, China......doE15NANA
Huemul, north AndeanHippocamelus antisensisEcuador, Peru, Chile, Bolivia, Argentina......doE15NANA
Huemul, south AndeanHippocamelus bisulcusChile, Argentina......doE15NANA
Hutia, Cabrera'sCapromys angelcabreraiCuba......doE233NANA
Hutia, dwarfCapromys nana......do......doE233NANA
Hutia, large-earedCapromys auritus......do......doE233NANA
Hutia, little earthCapromys sanfelipensis......do......doE233NANA
Hyena, BarbaryHyaena hyaena barbaraMorocco, Algeria, Tunisia......doE3NANA
Hyena, brownParahyaena (=Hyaena) brunneaSouthern Africa......doE3NANA
Ibex, PyreneanCapra pyrenaica pyrenaicaSpain......doE3NANA
Ibex, WaliaCapra walieEthiopia......doE3NANA
Impala, black-facedAepyceros melampus petersiNamibia, Angola......doE3NANA
IndriIndri indri (=entire genus)Malagasy Republic (=Madagascar)......doE3NANA
JaguarPanthera oncaU.S.A. (AZ, CA, LA, NM, TX) Mexico, Central and South America......doE5, 62217.95(a)NA
Jaguarundi, GuatemalanHerpailurus (=Felis) yagouaroundi fossataMexico, Nicaragua......doE15NANA
Jaguarundi, Gulf CoastHerpailurus (=Felis) yagouaroundi cacomitliU.S.A. (TX), Mexico......doE15NANA
Jaguarundi, PanamanianHerpailurus (=Felis) yagouaroundi panamensisNicaragua, Costa Rica, Panama......doE15NANA
Jaguarundi, SinaloanHerpailurus (=Felis) yagouaroundi toltecaU.S.A. (AZ), Mexico......doE15NANA
Kangaroo rat, FresnoDipodomys nitratoides exilisU.S.A. (CA)......doE17017.95(a)NA
Kangaroo rat, giantDipodomys ingens......do......doE251NANA
Kangaroo rat, Morro BayDipodomys heermanni morroensis......do......doE217.95(a)NA
Kangaroo rat, San Bernardino Merriam's.Dipodomys merriami parvus......do......doE632E, 64517.95(a)NA
Kangaroo rat, Stephens'Dipodomys stephensi (incl. D. cascus)......do......doE338NANA
Kangaroo rat, TiptonDipodomys nitratoides nitratoides......do......doE312NANA
Kangaroo, Tasmanian foresterMacropus giganteus tasmaniensisAustralia (Tasmania)......doE6NANA
KoalaPhascolarctos cinereusAustraliaAustraliaT698NANA
KoupreyBos sauveliVietnam, Laos, Cambodia, ThailandEntireE3NANA
Langur, cappedTrachypithecus (=Presbytis) pileatusIndia, Burma, Bangladesh......doE15NANA
Langur, DoucPygathrix nemaeusCambodia, Laos, Vietnam......doE3NANA
Langur, Francois'Trachypithecus (=Presbytis) francoisiChina (Kwangsi), Indochina......doE16NANA
Langur, goldenTrachypithecus (=Presbytis) geeiIndia (Assam), Bhutan......doE15NANA
Langur, gray (=entellus)Semnopithecus (=Presbytis) entellusChina (Tibet), India, Pakistan, Kashmir, Sri Lanka, Sikkim, Bangladesh......doE15NANA
Langur, long-tailedPresbytis potenzianiIndonesia......doT16NA17.40(c)
Langur, Pagi IslandNasalis concolor......do......doE3NANA
Langur, purple-facedPresbytis senexSri Lanka......doT16NA17.40(c)
Lechwe, redKobus lecheSouthern Africa......doT3, 15, 106NANA
LemursLemuridae (incl. genera Lemur, Phaner, Hapalemur, Lepilemur, Microcebus, Allocebus, Cheirogaleus, Varecia)Malagasy Republic (=Madagascar)......doE3, 15, 15ANANA
LeopardPanthera pardusAfrica, AsiaWherever found, except where it is listed as Threatened as set forth belowE3, 5, 114NANA
      Do......do......doIn Africa, in the wild, south of, and including, the following countries: Gabon, Congo, Zaire, Uganda, KenyaT3, 5, 114NA17.40(f)
Leopard, cloudedNeofelis nebulosaSoutheastern and south-central Asia, TaiwanEntireE3, 15NANA
Leopard, snowUncia (=Panthera) unciaCentral Asia......doE5NANA
Linsang, spottedPrionodon pardicolorNepal, Assam, Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, Burma......doE15NANA
Lion, AsiaticPanthera leo persicaTurkey to India......doE3NANA
Loris, lesser slowNycticebus pygmaeusIndochina......doT16NA17.40(c)
Lynx, CanadaLynx canadensisU.S.A. (AK, CO, ID, ME, MI, MN, MT, NH, NY, OR, UT, VT, WA, WI, WY), Canada, circumborealWhere found within contiguous U.S.A.T69217.95(a)17.40(k)
Lynx, SpanishFelis pardinaSpain, PortugalEntireE3NANA
Macaque, Formosan rockMacaca cyclopisTaiwan......doT16NA17.40(c)
Macaque, JapaneseMacaca fuscataJapan (Shikoku, Kyushu and Honshu Islands)......doT16NA17.40(c)
Macaque, lion-tailedMacaca silenusIndia......doE3NANA
Macaque, stump-tailedMacaca arctoidesIndia (Assam) to southern China......doT16NA17.40(c)
Macaque, ToqueMacaca sinicaSri Lanka......doT16NA17.40(c)
Manatee, AmazonianTrichechus inunguisSouth America (Amazon R. basin)......doE3NANA
Manatee, West AfricanTrichechus senegalensisWest Coast of Africa from Senegal R. to Cuanza R......doT52NANA
Manatee, West IndianTrichechus manatusU.S.A. (southeastern), Caribbean Sea, South America......doE1, 317.95(a)17.108(a)
MandrillMandrillus (=Papio) sphinxEquatorial West Africa......doE16NANA
Mangabey, Tana RiverCercocebus galeritus galeritusKenya......doE3NANA
Mangabey, white-collaredCercocebus torquatusSenegal to Ghana; Nigeria to Gabon......doE16NANA
MargayLeopardus (=Felis) wiediiU.S.A. (TX), Central and South AmericaMexico southwardE5NANA
Markhor, chiltan (=wild goat)Capra falconeri (=aegagrus) chiltanensisChiltan Range of west-central PakistanEntireE15NANA
Markhor, straight-hornedCapra falconeri megacerosAfghanistan, Pakistan......do T15, 841NA17.40(d)
Marmoset, buff-headedCallithrix flavicepsBrazil......doE139NANA
Marmoset, cotton-topSaguinus oedipusCosta Rica to Colombia......doE16NANA
Marmoset, Goeldi'sCallimico goeldiiBrazil, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia......doE3NANA
Marmoset, white-eared (=buffy tufted-ear)Callithrix aurita (=jacchus a.)Brazil......doE233NANA
Marmot, Vancouver IslandMarmota vancouverensisCanada (Vancouver Island)......doE139NANA
Marsupial, eastern jerboaAntechinomys lanigerAustralia......doE4NANA
Marsupial-mouse, large desertSminthopsis psammophila......do......doE4NANA
Marsupial-mouse, long-tailedSminthopsis longicaudata......do......doE4NANA
Marten, Formosan yellow-throatedMartes flavigula chrysospilaTaiwan......doE3NANA
Monkey, black colobusColobus satanasEquatorial Guinea, People's Republic of Congo, Cameroon, Gabon......doE16NANA
Monkey, black howlerAlouatta pigraMexico, Guatemala, Belize......doT16NA17.40(c)
Monkey, DianaCercopithecus dianaCoastal West Africa......doE16NANA
Monkey, Guizhou snub-nosedRhinopithecus brelichiChina......doE400NANA
Monkey, L'hoest'sCercopithecus lhoestiUpper eastern Congo R. Basin, Cameroon......doE16NANA
Monkey, mantled howlerAlouatta palliataMexico to South America......doE15NANA
Monkey, Preuss' red colobusProcolobus (=Colobus) preussi (=badius p.)Cameroon......doE139NANA
Monkey, proboscisNasalis larvatusBorneo......doE15NANA
Monkey, red-backed squirrelSaimiri oerstediiCosta Rica, Panama......doE3NANA
Monkey, red-belliedCercopithecus erythrogasterWestern Nigeria......doE16NANA
Monkey, red-eared nose-spottedCercopithecus erythrotisNigeria, Cameroon, Fernando Po......doE16NANA
Monkey, Sichuan snub-nosedRhinopithecus roxellanaChina......doE400NANA
Monkey, spiderAteles geoffroyi frontatusCosta Rica, Nicaragua......doE3NANA
      DoAteles geoffroyl panamensisCosta Rica, Panama......doE3NANA
Monkey, Tana River red colobusProcolobus (=Colobus) rufomitratus (=badius r.)Kenya......doE3NANA
Monkey, Tonkin snub-nosedRhinopithecus avunculusVietnam......doE16, 400NANA
Monkey, woolly spiderBrachyteles arachnoidesBrazil......doE3NANA
Monkey, yellow-tailed woollyLagothrix flavicaudaAndes of northern Peru......doE16NANA
Monkey, Yunnan snub-nosedRhinopithecus bietiChina......doE400NANA
Monkey, Zanzibar red colobusProcolobus (=Colobus) pennantii (=kirki) kirkiTanzania......doE3NANA
Mountain beaver, Point ArenaAplodontia rufa nigraU.S.A. (CA)......doE454NANA
Mouse, Alabama beachPeromyscus polionotus ammobatesU.S.A. (AL)......doE18317.95(a)NA
Mouse, Anastasia Island beachPeromyscus polionotus phasmaU.S.A. (FL)......doE349NANA
Mouse, Australian nativeNotomys aquiloAustralia......doE15NANA
      DoZyzomys pedunculatus......do......doE15NANA
Mouse, Choctawhatchee beachPeromyscus polionotus allophrysU.S.A. (FL)......doE18317.95(a)NA
Mouse, Field'sPseudomys fieldiAustralia......doE4NANA
Mouse, Gould'sPseudomys gouldii......do......doE6NANA
Mouse, Key Largo cottonPeromyscus gossypinus allapaticolaU.S.A. (FL)......doE131E, 160NANA
Mouse, New HollandPseudomys novaehollandiaeAustralia......doE4NANA
Mouse, New Mexico meadow jumpingZapus hudsonius luteusU.S. (AZ, CO, NM)......do E838NANA
Mouse, Pacific pocketPerognathus longimembris pacificusU.S.A. (CA)......doE526E, 554NANA
Mouse, Perdido Key beachPeromyscus polionotus trissyllepsisU.S.A. (AL, FL)......doE18317.95(a)NA
Mouse, Preble's meadow jumpingZapus hudsonius prebleiU.S.A. (CO, WY)......doT63617.95(a)17.40(l)
Mouse, salt marsh harvestReithrodontomys raviventrisU.S.A. (CA)......doE2NANA
Mouse, Shark BayPseudomys praeconisAustralia......doE4NANA
Mouse, Shortridge'sPseudomys shortridgei......do......doE4NANA
Mouse, smokyPseudomys fumeus......do......doE4NANA
Mouse, southeastern beachPeromyscus polionotus niveiventrisU.S.A. (FL)......doT349NANA
Mouse, St. Andrew beachPeromyscus polionotus peninsularis......do......doE65517.95(a)NA
Mouse, westernPseudomys occidentalisAustralia......doE4NANA
Muntjac, Fea'sMuntiacus feaeNorthern Thailand, Burma......doE50NANA
Native-cat, easternDasyurus viverrinusAustralia......doE6NANA
NumbatMyrmecobius fasciatus......do......doE4, 6NANA
OcelotLeopardus (=Felis) pardalisU.S.A. (AZ, TX) to Central and South America......doE5, 119NANA
OrangutanPongo pygmaeusBorneo, Sumatra......doE3NANA
Oryx, ArabianOryx leucoryxArabian Peninsula......doE3NANA
Oryx, scimitar-hornedOryx dammahNorth Africa......doENANA
Otter, Cameroon clawlessAonyx congicus (=congica) microdonCameroon, Nigeria......doE3NANA
Otter, giantPteronura brasiliensisSouth America......doE3NANA
Otter, long-tailedLontra (=Lutra) longicaudis (incl. platensis)......do......doE3, 15NANA
Otter, marineLontra (=Lutra) felinaPeru south to Straits of Magellan......doE15NANA
Otter, northern seaEnhydra lutris kenyoniU.S.A. (AK, WA)Southwest Alaska, from Attu Island to Western Cook Inlet, including Bristol Bay, the Kodiak Archipelago, and the Barren IslandsT76417.95(a)17.40(p)
Otter, southern riverLontra (=Lutra) provocaxChile, ArgentinaEntireE15NANA
Otter, southern seaEnhydra lutris nereisWest Coast, U.S.A. (CA, OR, WA) south to Mexico (Baja California)......doT21NANA
Panda, giantAiluropoda melanoleucaChina......doE139NANA
Pangolin, Temnick's groundManis temminckiAfrica......doE15NANA
Panther, FloridaPuma (=Felis) concolor coryiU.S.A. (LA and AR east to SC and FL)......doE1NANA
Planigale, littlePlanigale ingrami subtilissimaAustralia......doE4NANA
Planigale, southernPlanigale tenuirostris......do......doE4NANA
Pocket gopher, OlympiaThomomys mazama pugetensisU.S.A. (WA)......doT82817.95(a)17.40(a)
Pocket gopher, Roy PrairieThomomys mazama glacialis......do......doT828NA17.40(a)
Pocket gopher, TeninoThomomys mazama tumuli......do......doT82817.95(a)17.40(a)
Pocket gopher, YelmThomomys mazama yelmensis......do......doT82817.95(a)17.40(a)
Porcupine, thin-spinedChaetomys subspinosusBrazil......doE3NANA
Possum, Leadbeater'sGymnobelideus leadbeateriAustralia......doE233NANA
Possum, mountain pygmyBurramys parvus......do......doE4NANA
Possum, scaly-tailedWyulda squamicaudata......do......doE4NANA
Prairie dog, MexicanCynomys mexicanusMexico......doE3NANA
Prairie dog, UtahCynomys parvidensU.S.A. (UT)......doT6, 149NA17.40(g)
Pronghorn, peninsularAntilocapra americana peninsularisMexico (Baja California)......doE10NANA
Pronghorn, SonoranAntilocapra americana sonoriensisU.S.A. (AZ), MexicoEntire, except where listed as an experimental populationE1, 3NANA
Pronghorn, SonoranAntilocapra americana sonoriensis......doIn 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 southXN782NA17.84(v)
PuduPudu puduSouthern South AmericaEntireE15NANA
Puma (=mountain lion)Puma (=Felis) concolor (all subsp. except coryi)Canada to South AmericaU.S.A. (FL)T(S/A)432NA17.40(h)
Puma, Costa RicanPuma (=Felis) concolor costaricensisNicaragua, Panama, Costa RicaEntireE15NANA
Puma (=cougar), easternPuma (=Felis) concolor couguarEastern North America......doE6NANA
QuokkaSetonix brachyurusAustralia......doE6NANA
Rabbit, Columbia Basin pygmyBrachylagus idahoensisU.S.A. (western conterminous U.S.)U.S.A. (WA—Douglas, Grant, Lincoln, Adams, Benton Counties)E  NANA
Rabbit, Lower KeysSylvilagus palustris hefneriU.S.A. (FL)EntireE390NANA
Rabbit, riparian brushSylvilagus bachmani ripariusU.S.A. (CA)......doE687NANA
Rabbit, RyukyuPentalagus furnessiJapan (Ryukyu Islands)......doE50NANA
Rabbit, volcanoRomerolagus diaziMexico......doE3NANA
Rat, false waterXeromys myoidesAustralia......doE4NANA
Rat, stick-nestLeporillus conditor......do......doE6NANA
Rat-kangaroo, brush-tailedBettongia penicillata......do......doE4NANA
Rat-kangaroo, desert (=plain)Caloprymnus campestris......do......doE4NANA
Rat-kangaroo, Gaimard'sBettongia gaimardi......do......doE6NANA
Rat-kangaroo, Lesuer'sBettongia lesueur......do......doE4NANA
Rat-kangaroo, QueenslandBettongia tropica......do......doE4NANA
Rhinoceros, blackDiceros bicornisSub-Saharan Africa......doE97NANA
Rhinoceros, great IndianRhinoceros unicornisIndia, Nepal......doE4NANA
Rhinoceros, JavanRhinoceros sondaicusIndonesia, Indochina, Burma, Thailand, Sikkim, Bangladesh, Malaysia......doE3NANA
Rhinoceros, northern whiteCeratotherium simum cottoniZaire, Sudan, Uganda, Central African Republic......doE3NANA
Rhinoceros, southern whiteCeratotherium simum simumBotswana, South Africa, Swaziland, Zambia, Zimbabwe......doT(S/A)832NANA
Rhinoceros, SumatranDicerorhinus sumatrensisBangladesh to Vietnam to Indonesia (Borneo)......doE3NANA
Rice ratOryzomys palustris natatorU.S.A. (FL)Lower FL Keys (west of Seven Mile Bridge)E42117.95(a)NA
Saiga, Mongolian (antelope)Saiga tatarica mongolicaMongoliaEntireE15NANA
Saki, southern beardedChiropotes satanas satanasBrazil......doE233NANA
Saki, white-nosedChiropotes albinasus......do......doE3NANA
Sea lion, Steller (Western DPS)Eumetopias jubatusU.S.A. (AK, CA, OR, WA), Canada, Russia; North Pacific OceanWestern DPS—see 50 CFR 224.101E384E, 408, 614226.202224.103, 226.202
Seal, bearded (Beringia DPS)Erignathus barbatus nauticusArctic and Pacific OceansBeringia DPS—see 50 CFR 223.102T816NANA
Seal, bearded (Okhotsk DPS)Erignathus barbatus nauticusPacific OceanOkhotsk DPS—see 50 CFR 223.102T816NANA
Seal, Guadalupe furArctocephalus townsendiU.S.A. (Farallon Islands of CA) south to Mexico (Islas Revillagigedo)EntireT1, 2D, 212NA223.201
Seal, Hawaiian monkMonachus schauinslandiU.S.A. (HI)......doE18226.201NA
Seal, Mediterranean monkMonachus monachusMediterranean, Northwest African Coast and Black Sea......doE3NANA
Seal, ringed (Arctic subspecies)Phoca (=Pusa) hispida hispidaArctic Ocean......doT816NANA
Seal, ringed (Baltic subspecies)Phoca (=Pusa) hispida botnicaBaltic Sea......doT816NANA
Seal, ringed (Ladoga subspecies)Phoca (=Pusa) hispida ladogensisRussia (Lake Ladoga)......doE816NANA
Seal, ringed (Okhotsk subspecies)Phoca (=Pusa) hispida ochotensisPacific Ocean......doT816NANA
Seal, ringed (Saimaa subspecies)Phoca hispida saimensisFinland (Lake Saimaa)......doE508NANA
Seal, spotted (Southern DPS)Phoca larghaPacific Ocean; Sea of Japan and northern Yellow SeaSouthern DPS—see 50 CFR 223.102T776NA223.212
SeledangBos gaurusBangladesh, Southeast Asia, IndiaEntireE3NANA
SerowNaemorhedus (=Capricornis) sumatraensisEast Asia, Sumatra......doE15NANA
Serval, BarbaryLeptailurus (=Felis) serval constantinaAlgeria......doE3NANA
ShapoOvis vignei vigneiKashmir......doE15NANA
Sheep, Peninsular bighornOvis canadensis nelsoniU.S.A. (western conterminous States), Canada (southwestern), Mexico (northern)U.S.A. (CA) Peninsular RangesE63417.95(a)NA
Sheep, Sierra Nevada bighornOvis canadensis sierraeU.S.A. (CA)—Sierra NevadaU.S.A. (CA)—Sierra NevadaE660E, 67517.95(a)NA
ShouCervus elaphus wallichiTibet, BhutanEntireE3NANA
Shrew, Buena Vista LakeSorex ornatus relictusU.S.A. (CA)......doE72517.95(a)NA
SiamangSymphalangus syndactylusMalaysia, Indonesia......doE15NANA
SifakasPropithecus spp.Malagasy Republic (=Madagascar)......doE4NANA
Sloth, Brazilian three-toedBradypus torquatusBrazil......doE3NANA
Solenodon, CubanSolenodon cubanusCuba......doE3NANA
Solenodon, HaitianSolenodon paradoxusDominican Republic, Haiti......doE3NANA
Squirrel, Carolina northern flyingGlaucomys sabrinus coloratusU.S.A. (NC, TN)......doE189NANA
Squirrel, Delmarva Peninsula foxSciurus niger cinereusU.S.A. (Delmarva Peninsula to southeastern PA)Entire, except Sussex Co., DEE1, 161, 168NANA
      Do......do......doU.S.A. (DE—Sussex Co.)XN161NA17.84(a)
Squirrel, Mount Graham redTamiasciurus hudsonicus grahamensisU.S.A. (AZ)EntireE26817.95(a)NA
Squirrel, northern Idaho groundSpermophilus brunneus brunneusU.S.A. (ID)......doT693NANA
Stag, BarbaryCervus elaphus barbarusTunisia, Algeria......doE3NANA
Stag, KashmirCervus elaphus hangluKashmir......doE3NANA
Suni, ZanzibarNeotragus moschatus moschatusZanzibar (and nearby islands)......doE50NANA
Tahr, ArabianHemitragus jayakariOman......doE50NANA
TamarawBubalus mindorensisPhilippines......doE4NANA
Tamarin, golden-rumpedLeontopithecus spp.Brazil......doE3NANA
Tamarin, piedSaguinus bicolor......do......doE16NANA
Tamarin, white-footedSaguinus leucopusColombia......doT16NA17.40(c)
Tapir, AsianTapirus indicusBurma, Laos, Cambodia, Vietnam, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand......doE15NANA
Tapir, Central AmericanTapirus bairdiiSouthern Mexico to Colombia and Ecuador......doE3NANA
Tapir, mountainTapirus pinchaqueColombia, Ecuador and possibly Peru and Venezuela......doE3NANA
Tapir, South American (=Brazilian)Tapirus terrestrisColombia and Venezuela south to Paraguay and Argentina......doE3NANA
Tarsier, PhilippineTarsius syrichtaPhilippines......doT16NA17.40(c)
TigerPanthera tigrisTemperate and tropical Asia......doE3, 5NANA
Tiger, TasmanianThylacinus cynocephalusAustralia......doE3NANA
Uakari (all species)Cacajao spp.Peru, Brazil, Ecuador, Colombia, Venezuela......doE3NANA
UrialOvis musimon ophionCyprus......doE15NANA
VicuñaVicugna vicugnaArgentina, Bolivia, Chile, Ecuador, PeruEntire, except EcuadorT3, 724NA17.40(m)
    Do......do ......doEcuadorE3, 724NANA
Vole, AmargosaMicrotus californicus scirpensisU.S.A. (CA)EntireE16617.95(a)NA
Vole, Florida salt marshMicrotus pennsylvanicus dukecampbelliU.S.A. (FL)......doE415NANA
Vole, Hualapai MexicanMicrotus mexicanus hualpaiensisU.S.A. (AZ)......doE292NANA
Wallaby, banded hareLagostrophus fasciatusAustralia......doE4NANA
Wallaby, brindled nail-tailedOnychogalea fraenata......do......doE4NANA
Wallaby, crescent nail-tailedOnychogalea lunata......do......doE4NANA
Wallaby, ParmaMacropus parma......do......doE4NANA
Wallaby, western hareLagorchestes hirsutus......do......doE4NANA
Wallaby, yellow-footed rockPetrogale xanthopus......do......doE6NANA
Whale, beluga (Cook Inlet DPS)Delphinapterus leucasOceanic; Cook Inlet, northern Gulf of AlaskaCook Inlet DPS—see 50 CFR 224.101E776226.220NA
Whale, blueBalaenoptera musculusOceanicEntireE3NANA
Whale, bowheadBalaena mysticetusOceanic (north latitudes only)......doE3NANA
Whale, false killer (Main Hawaiian Islands Insular DPS)Pseudorca crassidensMain Hawaiian IslandsMain Hawaiian Islands Insular DPS—see 50 CFR 224.101E816NANA
Whale, finbackBalaenoptera physalusOceanicEntireE3NANA
Whale, gray (Western North Pacific DPS)Eschrichtius robustusNorth Pacific Ocean—coastal and Bering Sea, formerly North Atlantic OceanWestern North Pacific DPS—see 50 CFR 224.101E3, 540NANA
Whale, humpbackMegaptera novaeangliaeOceanicEntireE3NA224.101, 224.103
Whale, killer (Southern Resident DPS)Orcinus orcaPacific OceanSouthern Resident DPS—see 50 CFR 224.101E756226.206224.103
Whale, North Atlantic rightEubalaena glacialisOceanicEntireE3226.203224.103
Whale, North Pacific rightEubalaena japonica...... do...... doE3226.215NA
Whale, Southern rightEubalaena australis...... do...... doE3NANA
Whale, SeiBalaenoptera borealis......do......doE3NANA
Whale, spermPhyseter catodon (=macrocephalus)......do......doE3NANA
Wolf, grayCanis lupusHolarcticU.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.E1, 6, 13, 15, 35NANA
      Do.....do.....doU.S.A. (portions of AZ, NM, and TX—see §17.84(k))XN631NA17.84(k)
Wolf, manedChrysocyon brachyurusArgentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Paraguay, UruguayEntireE4NANA
Wolf, redCanis rufusU.S.A. (SE U.S.A., west to central TX)Entire, except where listed as experimental populations belowE1, 248, 449, 579NANA
      Do......do......doU.S.A. (portions of NC and TN—see 17.84(c)(9))XN248, 449, 579NA17.84(c)
Wombat, Queensland hairy-nosed (incl. Barnard's)Lasiorhinus krefftii (formerly L. barnardi and L. gillespiei)AustraliaEntireE4, 6NANA
Woodrat, Key LargoNeotoma floridana smalliU.S.A. (FL)......doE131E, 160NANA
Woodrat, riparian (San Joaquin Valley)Neotoma fuscipes ripariaU.S.A. (CA)......doE687NANA
Yak, wildBos mutus (=grunniens m.)China (Tibet), India......doE3NANA
Zebra, Grevy'sEquus grevyiKenya, Ethiopia, Somalia......doT54NANA
Zebra, Hartmann's mountainEquus zebra hartmannaeNamibia, Angola......doT54, 111NANA
Zebra, mountainEquus zebra zebraSouth Africa......doE15, 111NANA
Birds
Adjutant, greaterLeptoptilos dubiusEntireE783NANA
Akekee(honeycreeper)LoxopscaeruleirostrisU.S.A. (HI)......doE76517.95(b)NA
‘Akepa, Hawaii (honeycreeper)Loxops coccineus coccineus......do......doE2NANA
‘Akepa, Maui (honeycreeper)Loxops coccineus ochraceus......do......doE2NANA
‘Akialoa, Kauai (honeycreeper)Hemignathus procerus......do......doE1NANA
‘Akiapola‘au (honeycreeper)Hemignathus munroi......do......doE1NANA
Akikiki (honeycreeper)Oreomystis bairdi......do......doE76517.95(b)NA
Albatross, AmsterdamDiomedea amsterdamensisIndian Ocean—Amsterdam Island......doE571NANA
Albatross, short-tailedPhoebastria (=Diomedea) albatrusNorth Pacific Ocean and Bering Sea—Canada, China, Japan, Mexico, Russia, Taiwan, U.S.A. (AK, CA, HI, OR, WA)......doE3, 700NANA
Alethe, ThyoloAlethe choloensisMalawi, Mozambique......doE571NANA
Antpitta, brown-bandedGrallaria milleriColombia, South America......doE813NANA
Antwren, black-hoodedFormicivora erythronotosBrazil......doE774NANA
Blackbird, yellow-shoulderedAgelaius xanthomusU.S.A. (PR)......doE1717.95(b)NA
Bobwhite, masked (quail)Colinus virginianus ridgwayiU.S.A. (AZ), Mexico (Sonora)......doE1, 3NANA
Booby, Abbott'sPapasula (=Sula) abbottiIndian Ocean—Christmas Island......doE15NANA
Bristlebird, westernDasyornis longirostris (=brachypterus l.)Australia......doE3NANA
Bristlebird, western rufousDasyornis broadbenti littoralis......do......doE15NANA
Bulbul, Mauritius olivaceousHypsipetes borbonicus olivaceusIndian Ocean—Mauritius......doE3NANA
Bullfinch, Sao Miguel (finch)Pyrrhula pyrrhula murinaEastern Atlantic Ocean—Azores......doE3NANA
Bush-shrike, UluguraMalaconotus aliusTanzania......doT571NANA
Bushwren, New ZealandXenicus longipesNew Zealand......doE3NANA
Bustard, great IndianArdeotis (=Choriotis) nigricepsIndia, Pakistan......doE3NANA
CahowPterodroma cahowNorth Atlantic Ocean—Bermuda......doE3NANA
Capercaillie, CantabrianTetrao urogallus cantabricus......doE783NANA
Caracara, Audubon's crestedPolyborus plancus auduboniiU.S.A. (AZ, FL, LA, NM, TX) south to Panama; CubaU.S.A. (FL)T280NANA
Cinclodes, royalCinclodes aricomaeBolivia, PeruEntireE799NANA
Cockatoo, PhilippineCacatua haematuropygiaPhilippines......do E786NANA
Cockatoo, salmon-crestedCacatua moluccensisSeram, Haruku, Saparua, and Ambon, Indonesia......doT779NA17.41(c)
Cockatoo, whiteCacatua albaIndonesia......doT786NA17.41(c)
Cockatoo, yellow-crestedCacatua sulphureaIndonesia and Timor-Leste (East Timor)......doE786NANA
Condor, AndeanVultur gryphusColombia to Chile and Argentina......doE4NANA
Condor, CaliforniaGymnogyps californianusU.S.A. (AZ, CA, OR), Mexico (Baja California)U.S.A. only, except where listed as an experimental population belowE1, 59717.95(b)NA
      Do......do......doU.S.A. (specific portions of Arizona, Nevada, and Utah)XN597NA17.84(j)
Coot, HawaiianFulica americana alaiU.S.A. (HI)EntireE2NANA
Cotinga, bandedCotinga maculataBrazil......doE15NANA
Cotinga, white-wingedXipholena atropurpurea......do......doE15NANA
Courser, Jerdon'sRhinoptilus bitorquatusIndia......doE783NANA
Crane, black-neckedGrus nigricollisChina (Tibet)......doE15NANA
Crane, Cuba sandhillGrus canadensis nesiotesWest Indies—Cuba......doE15NANA
Crane, hoodedGrus monachaJapan, Russia......doE4NANA
Crane, JapaneseGrus japonensisChina, Japan, Korea, Russia......doE3NANA
Crane, Mississippi sandhillGrus canadensis pullaU.S.A. (MS)......doE617.95(b)NA
Crane, Siberian whiteGrus leucogeranusC.I.S. (Siberia) to India, including Iran and China......doE4NANA
Crane, white-napedGrus vipioMongolia......doE15NANA
Crane, whoopingGrus americanaCanada, U.S.A. (Rocky Mountains east to Carolinas), MexicoEntire, except where listed as an experimental populationE1,317.95(b)NA
Do......do......doU.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)XN487, 621, 710, 785NA17.84(h)
Creeper, HawaiiOreomystis manaU.S.A. (HI)EntireE10NANA
Creeper, MolokaiParoreomyza flammea......do......doE2NANA
Creeper, OahuParoreomyza maculata......do......doE2NANA
Crow, HawaiianCorvus hawaiiensis......do......doE1NANA
Crow, MarianaCorvus kubaryiWestern Pacific Ocean USA (Guam, Rota)......doE15617.95(b)NA
Crow, white-neckedCorvus leucognaphalusU.S.A. (PR), Dominican Republic, Haiti......doE419NANA
Cuckoo, yellow-billedCoccyzus americanusU.S.A., Canada, MexicoWestern DPS: U.S.A. (AZ, CA, CO (western), ID, MT (western), NM (western), NV, OR, TX (western), UT, WA, WY (western)); Canada (British Columbia (southwestern); Mexico (Baja California, Baja California Sur, Chihuahua, Durango (western), Sinaloa, Sonora)T850NANA
Cuckoo-shrike, MauritiusCoquus typicusIndian Ocean—MauritiusEntireE3NANA
Cuckoo-shrike, ReunionCoquus newtoniIndian Ocean—Reunion......doE3NANA
Curassow, blue-billedCrax albertiColombia, South America......doE813NANA
Curassow, razor-billedMitu mitu mituBrazil (Eastern)......doE15NANA
Curassow, red-billedCrax blumenbachiiBrazil......doE4NANA
Curassow, Trinidad white-headedPipile pipile pipileWest Indies—Trinidad......doE3NANA
Curlew, EskimoNumenius borealisAlaska and northern Canada to Argentina......doE1, 3NANA
Curlew, slender-billedNumenius tenuirostris......doE783NANA
Dove, cloven-featheredDrepanoptila holosericeaSouthwest Pacific Ocean—New Caledonia......doE3NANA
Dove, Grenada gray-frontedLeptotila rufaxilla wellsiWest Indies—Grenada......doE3NANA
Duck, HawaiianAnas wyvillianaU.S.A. (HI)......doE1NANA
Duck, LaysanAnas laysanensis......do......doE1NANA
Duck, pink-headedRhodonessa caryophyllaceaIndia......doE15NANA
Duck, white-winged woodCairina scutulataIndia, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand......doE3NANA
Eagle, Greenland white-tailedHaliaeetus albicilla groenlandicusGreenland and adjacent Atlantic islands......doE15NANA
Eagle, harpyHarpia harpyjaMexico south to Argentina......doE15NANA
Eagle, Madagascar seaHaliaeetus vociferoidesMadagascar......doE571NANA
Eagle, Madagascar serpentEutriorchis astur......do......doE571NANA
Eagle, PhilippinePithecophaga jefferyiPhilippines......doE3NANA
Eagle, Spanish imperialAquila heliaca adalbertiSpain, Morocco, Algeria......doE3NANA
Egret, ChineseEgretta eulophotesChina, Korea......doE3NANA
Eider, spectacledSomateria fischeriU.S.A. (AK), Russia......doT50317.95(b)NA
Eider, Steller'sPolysticta stelleri......doU.S.A. (AK breeding population only)T61617.95(b)NA
Elepaio, OahuChasiempis sandwichensis ibidis (Chasiempis sandwichensis gayi)U.S.A. (HI)EntireE69617.95(b)NA
Falcon, Eurasian peregrineFalco peregrinus peregrinusEurope, Eurasia south to Africa and Mideast......doE15NANA
Falcon, northern aplomadoFalco femoralis septentrionalisU.S.A. (AZ, NM, TX), Mexico, GuatemalaEntire, except where listed as an experimental populationE216NANA
Falcon, northern aplomadoFalco femoralis septentrionalis......doU.S.A. (AZ, NM)XN758NA17.84(p)
Finch, Laysan (honeycreeper)Telespyza cantansU.S.A. (HI)EntireE1NANA
Finch, Nihoa (honeycreeper)Telespyza ultima......do......doE1NANA
Fire-eye, fringed-backedPyriglena atraBrazil......doE774NANA
Flamingo, AndeanPhoenicoparrus andinusArgentina, Bolivia, Chile, and Peru......doE   NANA
Flycatcher, Euler'sEmpidonax euleri johnstoneiWest Indies—Grenada......doE3NANA
Flycatcher, Seychelles paradiseTerpsiphone corvinaIndian Ocean—Seychelles......doE3NANA
Flycatcher, southwestern willowEmpidonax traillii extimusU.S.A. (AZ, CA, CO, NM, NV, TX, UT), Mexico......doE57717.95(b)NA
Flycatcher, TahitiPomarea nigraSouth Pacific Ocean—Tahiti......doE3NANA
Fody, MauritiusFoudia rubraIndian Ocean—Mauritius......doE571NANA
Fody, RodriguesFoudia flavicansIndian Ocean—Rodrigues Island (Mauritius)......doE571NANA
Fody, Seychelles (weaver-finch)Foudia sechellarumIndian Ocean—Seychelles......doE3NANA
Francolin, DjiboutiFrancolinus ochropectusDjibouti......doE571NANA
Frigatebird, Andrew'sFregata andrewsiEast Indian Ocean......doE15NANA
Gnatcatcher, coastal CaliforniaPolioptila californica californicaU.S.A. (CA), Mexico......doT49617.95(b)17.41 (b)
Goose, HawaiianBranta (=Nesochen) sandvicensisU.S.A. (HI)......doE1NANA
Goshawk, Christmas IslandAccipiter fasciatus natalisIndian Ocean—Christmas Island......doE3NANA
Goshawk, Queen CharlotteAccipiter gentilis laingiThat 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 IslandsBritish Columbia, CanadaT807NANA
Grackle, slender-billedQuisicalus palustrisMexicoEntireE3NANA
Grasswren, Eyrean (flycatcher)Amytornis goyderiAustralia......doE3NANA
Grebe, AlaotraTachybaptus rufoflavatusMadagascar......doE571NANA
Grebe, AtitlanPodilymbus gigasGuatemala......doE3NANA
Grebe, JunínPodiceps taczanowskiiPeru......doE799NANA
Greenshank, Nordmann'sTringa guttiferRussia, Japan, south to Malaya, Borneo......doE15NANA
Ground-cuckoo, southeastern rufous-ventedNeomorphus geoffroyi dulcisBrazil......doE774NANA
Guan, caucaPenelope perspicaxColombia, South America......doE813NANA
Guan, hornedOreophasis derbianusGuatemala, Mexico......doE3NANA
Guan, white-wingedPenelope albipennisPeru......doE401NANA
Guineafowl, white-breastedAgelastes meleagridesWest Africa......doT571NANA
Gull, Audouin'sLarus audouiniiMediterranean Sea......doE3NANA
Gull, relictLarus relictusIndia, China......doE15NANA
Hawk, GalapagosButeo galapagoensisEcuador (Galapagos Islands)......doE3NANA
Hawk, HawaiianButeo solitariusU.S.A. (HI)......doE1NANA
Hawk, Puerto Rican broad-wingedButeo platypterus brunnescensU.S.A. (PR)......doE550NANA
Hawk, Puerto Rican sharp-shinnedAccipiter striatus venator......do......doE550NANA
Hermit, hook-billed (hummingbird)Ramphodon (=Glaucis) dohrniiBrazil......doE15NANA
Hermit, Margaretta'sPhaethornis malaris margarettae......do......doE774NANA
Honeycreeper, crestedPalmeria doleiU.S.A. (HI)......doE1NANA
Honeyeater, helmetedLichenostomus melanops cassidix (=Meliphaga c.)Australia......doE4NANA
Hornbill, helmetedBuceros (=Rhinoplax) vigilThailand, Malaysia......doE15NANA
Ibis, giantPseudibis giganteaCambodia, Lao PDR, Thailand, Vietnam......doE760NANA
Ibis, Japanese crestedNipponia nipponChina, Japan, Russia, Korea......doE3NANA
Ibis, northern baldGeronticus eremitaSouthern Europe, southwestern Asia, northern Africa......doE401NANA
KaguRhynochetos jubatusSouth Pacific Ocean—New Caledonia......doE3NANA
KakapoStrigops habroptilusNew Zealand......doE3NANA
Kestrel, MauritiusFalco punctatusIndian Ocean—Mauritius......doE3NANA
Kestrel, SeychellesFalco araeaIndian Ocean—Seychelles Islands......doE3NANA
Kingfisher, Guam MicronesianHalcyon cinnamomina cinnamominaWestern Pacific Ocean USA (Guam)......doE15617.95(b)NA
Kite, Cuba hook-billedChondrohierax uncinatus wilsoniiWest Indies—Cuba......doE3NANA
Kite, Everglade snailRostrhamus sociabilis plumbeusU.S.A. (FL), CubaU.S.A. (FL)E117.95(b)NA
Kite, Grenada hook-billedChondrohierax uncinatus mirusWest Indies—GrenadaEntireE3NANA
Kokako (wattlebird)Callaeas cinereaNew Zealand......doE3NANA
Lark, RasoAlauda razaeAtlantic Ocean—Raso Island (Cape Verde)......doE571NANA
Lark, streaked hornedEremophila alpestris strigataU.S.A. (WA, OR), Canada (BC)......doT82417.95(b)17.41(a)
Macaw, blue-throatedAra glaucogularisBolivia......doE814NANA
Macaw, glaucousAnodorhynchus glaucusParaguay, Uruguay, Brazil......doE15NANA
Macaw, indigoAnodorhynchus leariBrazil......doE15NANA
Macaw, little blueCyanopsitta spixii......do......doE15NANA
Magpie-robin, Seychelles (thrush)Copsychus sechellarumIndian Ocean—Seychelles Islands......doE3NANA
Malimbe, IbadanMalimbus ibadanensisNigeria......doE571NANA
Malkoha, red-faced (cuckoo)Phaenicophaeus pyrrhocephalusSri Lanka (=Ceylon)......doE3NANA
Megapode, MaleoMacrocephalon maleoIndonesia (Celebes)......doE3NANA
Megapode, Micronesian (=La Perouse's)Megapodius laperouseWest Pacific Ocean—Palau Islands, U.S.A. (Mariana Islands)......doE3NANA
Merganser, BrazilianMergus octosetaceusBrazil, Argentina, Paraguay......doE774NANA
Millerbird, Nihoa (old world warbler)Acrocephalus familiaris kingiU.S.A. (HI)......doE1NANA
Mockingbird, SocorroMimus GraysoniMexico......doE760NANA
Moorhen, Hawaiian commonGallinula chloropus sandvicensisU.S.A. (HI)......doE1NANA
Moorhen, Mariana commonGallinula chloropus guamiWest Pacific Ocean—U.S.A. (Guam, Tinian, Saipan, Pagan)......doE156NANA
Murrelet, marbledBrachyramphus marmoratusU.S.A. (AK, CA, OR, WA), Canada (B.C.)U.S.A. (CA, OR, WA)T47917.95(b)NA
Nightjar, Puerto RicanCaprimulgus noctitherusU.S.A. (PR)EntireE6NANA
Nukupu‘u (honeycreeper)Hemignathus lucidusU.S.A. (HI)......doE1, 2NANA
Nuthatch, AlgerianSitta ledantiAlgeria......doE571NANA
‘O‘o, Kauai (honeyeater)Moho braccatusU.S.A. (HI)......doE1NANA
Ostrich, ArabianStruthio camelus syriacusJordan, Saudi Arabia......doE3NANA
Ostrich, West AfricanStruthio camelus spatziSpanish Sahara......doE3NANA
‘O‘u (honeycreeper)Psittirostra psittaceaU.S.A. (HI)......doE1NANA
Owl, Anjouan scopsOtus rutilus capnodesIndian Ocean—Comoro Island......doE3NANA
Owl, giant scopsMimizuku (=Otus) gurneyiPhilippines—Marinduque and Mindanao Island......doE15NANA
Owl, Madagascar redTyto soumagneiMadagascar......doE401NANA
Owl, Mexican spottedStrix occidentalis lucidaU.S.A. (AZ, CO, NM, TX, UT), Mexico......doT49417.95(b)NA
Owl, northern spottedStrix occidentalis caurinaU.S.A. (CA, OR, WA), Canada (B.C.)......doT39317.95(b)NA
Owl, Seychelles scopsOtus magicus (=insularis) insularisIndian Ocean—Seychelles Islands......doE3NANA
Owlet, Morden'sOtus ireneaeKenya......doE3NANA
Oystercatcher, Canarian blackHaematopus meadewaldoiAtlantic Ocean—Canary Islands......doE571NANA
Palila (honeycreeper)Loxioides bailleuiU.S.A. (HI)......doE117.95(b)NA
Paradise-flycatcher, caeruleanEutrichomyias rowleyiIndonesia......doE760NANA
Parakeet, blue-throated (=ochre-marked)Pyrrhura cruentataBrazil......doE3NANA
Parakeet, Forbes'Cyanoramphus auriceps forbesiNew Zealand......doE3NANA
Parakeet, goldenAratinga guaroubaBrazil......doE15NANA
Parakeet, golden-shoulderedPsephotus chrysopterygiusAustralia......doE3NANA
Parakeet, MauritiusPsittacula echoIndian Ocean—Mauritius......doE3NANA
Parakeet, Norfolk IslandCyanoramphus cookii (=novaezelandiae c.)Australia (Norfolk Island)......doE401NANA
Parakeet, orange-belliedNeophema chrysogasterAustralia......doE4NANA
Parakeet, paradisePsephotus pulcherrimus......do......doE4NANA
Parakeet, scarlet-chestedNeophema splendida......do......doE4NANA
Parakeet, turquoiseNeophema pulchella......do......doE3NANA
Parrot, Bahaman or CubanAmazona leucocephalaWest Indies—Cuba, Bahamas, Caymans......doE3, 15NANA
Parrot, groundPezoporus wallicusAustralia......doE6NANA
Parrot, imperialAmazona imperialisWest Indies—Dominica......doE3NANA
Parrot, night (=Australian)Geopsittacus occidentalisAustralia......doE3NANA
Parrot, Puerto RicanAmazona vittataU.S.A. (PR)......doE1NANA
Parrot, red-browedAmazona rhodocorythaBrazil......doE3NANA
Parrot, red-cappedPionopsitta pileata......do......doE15NANA
Parrot, red-neckedAmazona arausiacaWest Indies—Dominica......doE50NANA
Parrot, red-spectacledAmazona pretrei pretreiBrazil, Argentina......doE15NANA
Parrot, red-tailedAmazona brasiliensisBrazil......doE401NANA
Parrot, Seychelles lesser vasaCoracopsis nigra barklyiIndian Ocean—Seychelles (Praslin Island)......doE571NANA
Parrot, St. VincentAmazona guildingiiWest Indies—St. Vincent......doE3NANA
Parrot, St. LuciaAmazona versicolorWest Indies—St. Lucia......doE3NANA
Parrot, thick-billedRhynchopsitta pachyrhynchaMexico, U.S.A. (AZ, NM)MexicoE3NANA
Parrot, vinaceous-breastedAmazona vinaceaBrazilEntireE15NANA
Parrot, yellow-billedAmazona collariaJamaica......doT804NA17.41(c)
Parrotbill, Maui (honeycreeper)Pseudonestor xanthophrysU.S.A. (HI)......doE1NANA
Penguin, AfricanSpheniscus demersusAtlantic Ocean—South Africa, Namibia......doE775NANA
Penguin, erect-crestedEudyptes sclateriNew Zealand, Bounty Islands and Antipodes Islands......doT771NANA
Penguin, Fiordland crestedEudyptes pachyrhynchusNew Zealand, South Island and offshore islands......doT771NANA
Penguin, GalapagosSpheniscus mendiculusEcuador (Galapagos Islands)......doE3NANA
Penguin, HumboldtSpheniscus humboldtiEastern Pacific Ocean—Chile, Peru......doT771NANA
Penguin, southern rockhopperEudyptes chrysocomeSouthern Ocean, South Atlantic Ocean, South Pacific Ocean, Southern Indian OceanNew Zealand-Australia distinct population segment, associated with the Campbell Plateau and Macquarie IslandT784NANA
Penguin, white-flipperedEudyptula minor albosignataNew Zealand, South IslandEntireT771NANA
Penguin, yellow-eyedMegadyptes antipodesNew Zealand, South Island and offshore islands......doT771NANA
Petrel, ChathamPterodroma axillarisPacific Ocean—New Zealand (Chatham Islands)......doE763NANA
Petrel, FijiPseudobulweria macgillivrayiPacific Ocean—Fiji (Gau Island)......doE763NANA
Petrel, GalapagosPterodroma phaeopygiaPacific Ocean—Ecuador (Galapagos Islands)......doT766NANA
Petrel, Hawaiian dark-rumpedPterodroma phaeopygia sandwichensisU.S.A. (HI)......doE1NANA
Petrel, MadeiraPterodroma madeiraAtlantic Ocean—Madeira Island......doE571NANA
Petrel, magentaPterodroma magentaePacific Ocean—New Zealand (Chatham Islands)......doE763NANA
Petrel, Mascarene blackPterodroma aterrimaIndian Ocean—Mauritius (Reunion Island)......doE571NANA
Pheasant, bar-tailedSyrmaticus humaieBurma, China......doE3NANA
Pheasant, Blyth's tragopanTragopan blythiiBurma, China, India......doE3NANA
Pheasant, brown earedCrossoptilon mantchuricumChina......doE3NANA
Pheasant, Cabot's tragopanTragopan caboti......do......doE3NANA
Pheasant, cheerCatreus wallichiiIndia, Nepal, Pakistan......doE401NANA
Pheasant, Chinese monalLophophorus lhuysiiChina......doE3NANA
Pheasant, Edward'sLophura edwardsiVietnam......doE3NANA
Pheasant, Elliot'sSyrmaticus elliotiChina......doE15NANA
Pheasant, imperialLophura imperialisVietnam......doE3NANA
Pheasant, MikadoSyrmaticus mikadoTaiwan......doE3NANA
Pheasant, Palawan peacockPolyplectron emphanumPhilippines......doE3NANA
Pheasant, Sclater's monalLophophorus sclateriBurma, China, India......doE3NANA
Pheasant, Swinhoe'sLophura swinhoiiTaiwan......doE3NANA
Pheasant, western tragopanTragopan melanocephalusIndia, Pakistan......doE3NANA
Pheasant, white earedCrossoptilon crossoptilonChina (Tibet), India......doE4NANA
Pigeon, Azores woodColumba palumbus azoricaEast Atlantic Ocean—Azores......doE3NANA
Pigeon, Chatham IslandHemiphaga novaeseelandiae chathamensisNew Zealand......doE3NANA
Pigeon, Marquesan imperialDucula galeataFrench Polynesia......doE783NANA
Pigeon, Mindoro imperial (=zone-tailed)Ducula mindorensisPhilippines......doE15NANA
Pigeon, pinkColumba mayeriIndian Ocean—Mauritius......doE571NANA
Pigeon, Puerto Rican plainColumba inornata wetmoreiU.S.A. (PR)......doE2NANA
Pigeon, white-tailed laurelColumba junoniaeAtlantic Ocean—Canary Islands......doT571NANA
Piping-guan, black-frontedPipile jacutingaArgentina......doE15NANA
Pitta, Gurney'sPitta gurneyiMyanmar, Thailand......doE760NANA
Pitta, Koch'sPitta kochiPhilippines......doE15NANA
Plantcutter, PeruvianPhytotoma raimondiiPeru......doE799NANA
Plover, New Zealand shoreThinornis novaeseelandiaeNew Zealand......doE3NANA
Plover, pipingCharadrius melodusU.S.A. (Great Lakes, northern Great Plains, Atlantic and Gulf Coasts, PR, VI), Canada, Mexico, Bahamas, West IndiesGreat Lakes, watershed in States of IL, IN, MI, MN, NY, OH, PA, and WI and Canada (Ont.)E21117.95(b)NA
Plover, pipingCharadrius melodusU.S.A. (Great Lakes, northern Great Plains, Atlantic and Gulf Coasts, PR, VI), Canada, Mexico, Bahamas, West IndiesEntire, except those areas where listed as endangered aboveT21117.95(b)NA
Plover, western snowy (Pacific Coast population DPS)Charadrius nivosus nivosusPacific Coast population DPS— U.S.A. (CA, OR, WA), MexicoPacific Coast population DPS—U.S.A. (CA, OR, WA), Mexico (within 50 miles of Pacific coast)T49317.95(b)NA
Pochard, MadagascarAythya innotataMadagascarEntireE571NANA
Po‘ouli (honeycreeper)Melamprosops phaeosomaU.S.A. (HI)......doE10NANA
Prairie-chicken, Attwater's greaterTympanuchus cupido attwateriU.S.A. (TX)......doE1NANA
Prairie-chicken, lesserTympanuchus pallidicinctusU.S.A. (CO, KS, NM, OK, TX)......doT831NA17.41 (d)
Puffleg, black-breastedEriocnemis nigrivestisEcuador, South America......doE767NANA
Quail, Merriam's MontezumaCyrtonyx montezumae merriamiMexico (Vera Cruz)......doE15NANA
Quetzel, resplendentPharomachrus mocinnoMexico to Panama......doE15NANA
Rail, Aukland IslandRallus pectoralis muelleriNew Zealand......doE3NANA
Rail, California clapperRallus longirostris obsoletusU.S.A. (CA)......doE2NANA
Rail, GuamRallus owstoniWestern Pacific Ocean—U.S.A. (Guam)Entire, except RotaE146E, 156, 371NANA
      Do......do......doRotaXN371NA17.84(f)
Rail, JunínLaterallus tuerosiPeruEntireE799NANA
Rail, light-footed clapperRallus longirostris levipesU.S.A. (CA), Mexico (Baja California)U.S.A. onlyE2NANA
Rail, Lord Howe woodGallirallus (=Tricholimnas) sylvestrisAustralia (Lord Howe Island)EntireE15NANA
Rail, Yuma clapperRallus longirostris yumanensisMexico, U.S.A. (AZ, CA)U.S.A. onlyE1NANA
Rhea, lesser (incl. Darwin's)Rhea (=Pterocnemia) pennataArgentina, Bolivia, Peru, UruguayEntireE3NANA
Robin, Chatham IslandPetroica traversiNew Zealand......doE3NANA
Robin, dappled mountainArcanator orostruthusMozambique, Tanzania......doT571NANA
Robin, scarlet-breasted (flycatcher)Petroica multicolor multicolorAustralia (Norfolk Island)......doE3NANA
Rockfowl, grey-neckedPicathartes oreasCameroon, Gabon......doE3NANA
Rockfowl, white-neckedPicathartes gymnocephalusAfrica—Togo to Sierra Leone......doE3NANA
Roller, long-tailed groundUratelornis chimaeraMalagasy Republic (=Madagascar)......doE3NANA
Scrub-bird, noisyAtrichornis clamosusAustralia......doE3NANA
Scrub-jay, FloridaAphelocoma coerulescensU.S.A. (FL)......doT267NANA
Shama, Cebu black (thrush)Copsychus niger cebuensisPhilippines......doE3NANA
Shearwater, Heinroth'sPuffinus heinrothiPacific Ocean—Papua New Guinea (Bougainville Island), Solomon Islands (Kolom-bangara and Rendova)......doT766NANA
Shearwater, Newell's Townsend'sPuffinus auricularis newelliU.S.A. (HI)......doT10NANA
Shrike, San Clemente loggerheadLanius ludovicianus mearnsiU.S.A. (CA)......doE26NANA
Siskin, redCarduelis cucullataSouth America......doE15NANA
Sparrow, Cape Sable seasideAmmodramus maritimus mirabilisU.S.A. (FL)......doE117.95(b)NA
Sparrow, Florida grasshopperAmmodramus savannarum floridanus......do......doE239NANA
Sparrow, San Clemente sageAmphispiza belli clementeaeU.S.A. (CA)......doT26NANA
Sparrowhawk, Anjouan IslandAccipiter francesii pusillusIndian Ocean—Comoro Islands......doE3NANA
Starling, Ponape mountainAplonis pelzelniWest Pacific Ocean—Federated States of Micronesia......doE3NANA
Starling, Rothschild's (myna)Leucopsar rothschildiIndonesia (Bali)......doE3NANA
Stilt, blackHimantopus novaezelandiaeNew Zealand......doE760NANA
Stilt, HawaiianHimantopus mexicanus (=himantopus) knudseniU.S.A. (HI)......doE2NANA
Stork, oriental whiteCiconia boyciana (=ciconia b.)China, Japan, Korea, Russia......doE3NANA
Stork, woodMycteria americanaU.S.A. (CA, AZ, TX, to Carolinas), Mexico, C. and S. AmericaU.S.A. (AL, FL, GA, MS, NC, SC)T142, 837NANA
Sunbird, MarunguNectarinia prigogineiZaireEntireE571NANA
Swiftlet, Mariana grayAerodramus vanikorensis bartschiWestern Pacific Ocean—U.S.A. (Guam, Rota, Tinian, Saipan, Agiguan)......doE156NANA
Tanager, cherry-throatedNemosia roureiBrazil......doE774NANA
Teal, Campbell Island flightlessAnas aucklandica nesiotisNew Zealand (Campbell Island)......doE15NANA
Tern, California leastSterna antillarum browniMexico, U.S.A. (CA)......doE2, 3NANA
Tern, leastSterna antillarumU.S.A. (Atlantic and Gulf coasts, Miss. R. Basin, CA), Greater and Lesser Antilles, Bahamas, Mexico; winters Central America, northern South AmericaU.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)E182NANA
Tern, roseateSterna dougallii dougalliiTropical and temperate coasts of Atlantic Basin and East AfricaU.S.A. (Atlantic Coast south to NC), Canada (Newf., N.S, Que.), BermudaE296NANA
      Do......do......doWestern Hemisphere and adjacent oceans, incl. U.S.A. (FL, PR, VI), where not listed as endangeredT296NANA
Thicketbird, long-leggedTrichocichla rufaFijiEntireE760NANA
Thrasher, white-breastedRamphocinclus brachyurusWest Indies—St. Lucia, Martinique......doE3NANA
Thrush, large KauaiMyadestes myadestinusU.S.A. (HI)......doE2NANA
Thrush, MolokaiMyadestes lanaiensis rutha......do......doE2NANA
Thrush, New Zealand (wattlebird)Turnagra capensisNew Zealand......doE3NANA
Thrush, small KauaiMyadestes palmeriU.S.A. (HI)......doE1NANA
Thrush, St. Lucia forestCichlherminia lherminieri sanctaeluciaeWest Indies—St. Lucia......doE   NANA
Thrush, TaitaTurdus olivaceous helleriKenya......doE571NANA
Tinamou, solitaryTinamus solitariusBrazil, Paraguay, Argentina......doE15NANA
Tit-spinetail, white-browedLeptasthenura xenothoraxPeru......doE799NANA
Tit-tyrant, ash-breastedAnairetes alpinusBolivia, Peru......doE799NANA
Tody-tyrant, Kaempfer'sHemitriccus kaempferiBrazil......doE774NANA
Towhee, Inyo CaliforniaPipilo crissalis eremophilusU.S.A. (CA)......doT28217.95(b)NA
Tree-finch, medium Camarhynchus pauperEcuador (Galapagos Islands)......doE767NANA
Trembler, Martinique (thrasher)Cinclocerthia ruficauda gutturalisWest Indies—Martinique......doE3NANA
Turaco, Bannerman'sTauraco bannermaniCameroon......doE571NANA
Turtle-dove, SeychellesStreptopelia picturata rostrataIndian Ocean—Seychelles......doE571NANA
Vanga, Pollen'sXenopirostris polleniMadagascar......doT571NANA
Vanga, Van Dam'sXenopirostris damii......do......doT571NANA
Vireo, black-cappedVireo atricapillusU.S.A. (KS, LA, NE, OK, TX), Mexico.......doE294NANA
Vireo, least Bell'sVireo bellii pusillusU.S.A. (CA), Mexico......doE22817.95(b)NA
Wanderer, plain (collared-hemipode)Pedionomous torquatusAustralia......doE6NANA
Warbler, Aldabra (old world warbler)Nesillas aldabranusIndian Ocean—Seychelles (Aldabra Island)......doE571NANA
Warbler (wood), Bachman'sVermivora bachmaniiU.S.A. (Southeastern), Cuba......doE1, 3NANA
Warbler (wood), Barbados yellowDendroica petechia petechiaWest Indies—Barbados......doE3NANA
Warbler (wood), golden-cheekedDendroica chrysopariaU.S.A. (TX), Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Belize......doE387E, 411NANA
Warbler (wood), Kirtland'sSetophaga kirtlandii (=Dendroica kirtlandii)U.S.A. (principally MI), Canada, West Indies—Bahama Islands......doE1, 3NANA
Warbler, Eiao Marquesas reed-Acrocephalus percernis aquilonis......doE783NANA
Warbler, nightingale reed, (old world warbler)Acrocephalus lusciniaWest Pacific Ocean—U.S.A. (Guam, Alamagan, Saipan)......doE3, 4NANA
Warbler, Rodrigues (old world warbler)Bebrornis rodericanusMauritius (Rodrigues Islands)......doE3NANA
Warbler (wood), Semper'sLeucopeza semperiWest Indies—St. Lucia......doE3NANA
Warbler, Seychelles (old world warbler)Bebrornis sechellensisIndian Ocean—Seychelles Island......doE3NANA
Wattle-eye, bandedPlatysteira laticinctaCameroon......doE571NANA
Weaver, Clarke'sPloceus golandiKenya......doE571NANA
Whipbird, westernPsophodes nigrogularisAustralia......doE3NANA
White-eye, bridledZosterops conspicillatus conspicillatusWestern Pacific Ocean—U.S.A. (Guam)......doE156NANA
White-eye, Norfolk IslandZosterops albogularisIndian Ocean—Norfolk Islands......doE15NANA
White-eye, Ponape greaterRukia longirostraWest Pacific Ocean—Federated States of Micronesia......doE3NANA
White-eye, Rota bridledZosterops rotensisWestern Pacific Ocean-U.S.A (Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands)......doE74117.95(b)NA
White-eye, SeychellesZosterops modestaIndian Ocean—Seychelles......doE3NANA
Woodpecker, imperialCampephilus imperialisMexico......doE3NANA
Woodpecker, ivory-billedCampephilus principalisU.S.A. (southcentral and southeastern), Cuba......doE1, 3NANA
Woodpecker, red-cockadedPicoides borealisU.S.A. (southcentral and southeastern)......doE2NANA
Woodpecker, Tristam'sDryocopus javensis richardsiKorea......doE3NANA
Wood-quail, gorgetedOdontophorus strophiumColombia, South America......doE813NANA
Woodstar, ChileanEulidia yarrelliiChile and Peru......doE   NANA
Woodstar, EsmeraldasChaetocercus berlepschiEcuador, South America......doE813NANA
Wren, Guadeloupe houseTroglodytes aedon guadeloupensisWest Indies—Guadeloupe......doE3NANA
Wren, St. Lucia houseTroglodytes aedon mesoleucusWest Indies—St. Lucia......doE3NANA
Reptiles
Alligator, AmericanAlligator mississippiensisSoutheastern U.S.A.EntireT(S/A)1, 11, 20, 51, 60, 113, 134, 186, 269NA17.42(a)
Alligator, ChineseAlligator sinensisChina......doE15NANA
Anole, Culebra Island giantAnolis rooseveltiU.S.A. (PR—Culebra Island)......doE2517.95(c)NA
Boa, JamaicanEpicrates subflavusJamaica......doE3NANA
Boa, MonaEpicrates monensis monensisU.S.A. (PR)......doT3317.95(c)NA
Boa, Puerto RicanEpicrates inornatus......do......doE2NANA
Boa, Round Island [unnamed]Bolyeria multocarinataIndian Ocean—Mauritius......doE88NANA
      DoCasarea dussumieri......do......doE88NANA
Boa, Virgin Islands treeEpicrates monensis grantiU.S.A. (PR), British Virgin Islands......doE2, 86NANA
Caiman, Apaporis RiverCaiman crocodilus apaporiensisColombia......doE15NANA
Caiman, blackMelanosuchus nigerAmazon basin......doE15NANA
Caiman, broad-snoutedCaiman latirostrisArgentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Paraguay, UruguayBolivia, Brazil, Paraguay, UruguayE15NANA
Caiman, broad-snoutedCaiman latirostris......doArgentinaT790NA17.42(c)
Caiman, brownCaiman crocodilus fuscus (includes Caiman crocodilus chiapasius)Mexico, Central America, Colombia, Ecuador, Venezuela, PeruEntireT(S/A)695NA17.42(c)
Caiman, commonCaiman crocodilus crocodilusBolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, French Guiana, Guyana, Peru, Suriname, Venezuela......doT(S/A)695NA17.42(c)
Caiman, yacareCaiman yacareArgentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Paraguay......doT3, 695NA17.42(c)
Chuckwalla, San Esteban IslandSauromalus variusMexico......doE88NANA
Crocodile, African dwarfOsteolaemus tetraspis tetraspisWest Africa......doE15, 15ANANA
Crocodile, African slender-snoutedCrocodylus cataphractusWestern and central Africa......doE5NANA
Crocodile, AmericanCrocodylus acutusU.S.A. (FL), Mexico, Caribbean, Central and South AmericaEntire, except in U.S.A. (FL)E87NANA
Do......do......doU.S.A. (FL)T1017.95(c)NA
Crocodile, AmericanCrocodylus acutusU.S.A. (FL), Mexico, Caribbean, Central and South AmericaEntireE10, 8717.95(c)NA
Crocodile, Ceylon muggerCrocodylus palustris kimbulaSri Lanka......doE15NANA
Crocodile, Congo dwarfOsteolaemus tetraspis osborniCongo R. drainage......doE15NANA
Crocodile, CubanCrocodylus rhombiferCuba......doE3NANA
Crocodile, muggerCrocodylus palustris palustrisIndia, Pakistan, Iran, Bangladesh......doE15NANA
Crocodile, NileCrocodylus niloticusAfrica, Middle East......doT3, 279, 334, 514, 585NA17.42(c)
Crocodile, OrinocoCrocodylus intermediusSouth America—Orinoco R. basin......doE3NANA
Crocodile, PhilippineCrocodylus novaeguineae mindorensisPhilippine Islands......doE15NANA
Crocodile, saltwaterCrocodylus porosusSoutheast Asia, Australia, Papua New Guinea, Islands of the West Pacific OceanEntire, except Papua New Guinea and AustraliaE87, 585NANA
      Do......do......doAustraliaT87, 585NA17.42(c)
Crocodile, SiameseCrocodylus siamensisSoutheast Asia, Malay PeninsulaEntireE15NANA
Gartersnake, narrow-headedThamnophis rufipunctatusU.S.A. (AZ, NM)......do TNANA
Gartersnake, northern MexicanThamnophis eques megalopsU.S.A. (AZ, NM), Mexico......do TNA17.42(g)
GavialGavialis gangeticusPakistan, Burma, Bangladesh, India, Nepal......doE3NANA
Gecko, dayPhelsuma edwardnewtoniIndian Ocean—Mauritius......doE3NANA
Gecko, MonitoSphaerodactylus micropithecusU.S.A. (PR)......doE12517.95(c)NA
Gecko, Round Island dayPhelsuma guentheriIndian Ocean—Mauritius......doE3NANA
Gecko, Serpent IslandCyrtodactylus serpensinsula......do......doT129NANA
Iguana, Acklins groundCyclura rileyi nuchalisWest Indies—Bahamas......doT129NANA
Iguana, Allen's CayCyclura cychlura inornata......do......doT129NANA
Iguana, Andros Island groundCyclura cychlura cychlura......do......doT129NANA
Iguana, Anegada groundCyclura pinguisWest Indies—British Virgin Islands (Anegada Island)......doE3NANA
Iguana, Barrington landConolophus pallidusEcuador (Galapagos Islands)......doE3NANA
Iguana, Cayman Brac groundCyclura nubila caymanensisWest Indies—Cayman Islands......doT129NANA
Iguana, Cuban groundCyclura nubila nubilaCuba......doT129NANA
Iguana, Exuma IslandCyclura cychlura figginsiWest Indies—Bahamas......doT129NANA
Iguana, Fiji bandedBrachylophus fasciatusPacific—Fiji, Tonga......doE88NANA
Iguana, Fiji crestedBrachylophus vitiensisPacific—Fiji......doE88NANA
Iguana, Grand Cayman groundCyclura nubila lewisiWest Indies—Cayman Islands......doE129NANA
Iguana, JamaicanCyclura colleiWest Indies—Jamaica......doE129NANA
Iguana, MayaguanaCyclura carinata bartschiWest Indies—Bahamas......doT129NANA
Iguana, Mona groundCyclura stejnegeriU.S.A. (PR—Mona Island)......doT3317.95(c)NA
Iguana, Turks and CaicosCyclura carinata carinataWest Indies—Turks and Caicos Islands......doT129NANA
Iguana, Watling Island groundCyclura rileyi rileyiWest Indies—Bahamas......doE129NANA
Iguana, White Cay groundCyclura rileyi cristata......do......doT129NANA
Lizard, blunt-nosed leopardGambelia silusU.S.A. (CA)......doE1NANA
Lizard, Coachella Valley fringe-toedUma inornata......do......doT10517.95(c)NA
Lizard, Hierro giantGallotia simonyi simonyiSpain (Canary Islands)......doE144NANA
Lizard, Ibiza wallPodarcis pityusensisSpain (Balearic Islands)......doT144NANA
Lizard, Maria Island groundCnemidophorus vanzoiWest Indies—St. Lucia (Maria Islands)......doE443NANA
Lizard, St. Croix groundAmeiva polopsU.S.A. (VI)......doE2417.95(c)NA
Monitor, desertVaranus griseusNorth Africa to Aral Sea, through Central Asia to Pakistan, Northwest India......doE15NANA
Monitor, Indian (=Bengal)Varanus bengalensisIran, Iraq, India, Sri Lanka, Malaysia, Afghanistan, Burma, Vietnam, Thailand......doE15NANA
Monitor, Komodo IslandVaranus komodoensisIndonesia (Komodo, Rintja, Padar, and western Flores Island)......doE15NANA
Monitor, yellowVaranus flavescensWest Pakistan through India to Bangladesh......doE15NANA
Python, IndianPython molurus molurusSri Lanka and India......doE15NANA
Rattlesnake, Aruba IslandCrotalus unicolorAruba Island (Netherland Antilles)......doT129NANA
Rattlesnake, New Mexican ridge-nosedCrotalus willardi obscurusU.S.A. (AZ, NM), Mexico......doT4317.95(c)NA
Sea turtle, greenChelonia mydasCircumglobal in tropical and temperate seas and oceansBreeding colony populations in FL and on Pacific coast of MexicoE42226.208224.104
Sea turtle, green......do......do Entire species, except when listed as endangered under 50 CFR 224.101T42226.20817.42(b), 223.205, 223.206, 223.207
Sea turtle, hawksbillEretmochelys imbricataTropical seasEntireE317.95(c), 226.209224.104
Sea turtle, Kemp's ridleyLepidochelys kempiiTropical and temperate seas in Atlantic Basin, incl. Gulf of Mexico......doE4NA224.104
Sea turtle, leatherbackDermochelys coriaceaTropical, temperate, and subpolar seas......doE317.95(c), 226.207224.104
Sea turtle, loggerhead (Mediterranean Sea DPS)Caretta carettaMediterranean Sea BasinLoggerhead sea turtles originating from the Mediterranean Sea east of 5°36 W. LongE794NA224.104
Sea turtle, loggerhead (North Indian Ocean DPS)......doNorth Indian Ocean BasinLoggerhead sea turtles originating from the North Indian Ocean north of the equator and south of 30° N. LatE794NA224.104
Sea turtle, loggerhead (North Pacific Ocean DPS)......doNorth Pacific Ocean BasinLoggerhead sea turtles originating from the North Pacific north of the equator and south of 60° N. LatE794NA224.104
Sea turtle, loggerhead (Northeast Atlantic Ocean DPS)......doNortheast Atlantic Ocean BasinLoggerhead sea turtles originating from the 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. LongE794NA224.104
Sea turtle, loggerhead (Northwest Atlantic Ocean DPS)......do Northwest Atlantic Ocean BasinLoggerhead sea turtles originating from the Northwest Atlantic Ocean north of the equator, south of 60° N. Lat., and west of 40° W. Long.T79417.95(c),
226.223
223.205,
223.206,
223.207
Sea turtle, loggerhead (South Atlantic Ocean DPS)......doSouth Atlantic Ocean BasinLoggerhead sea turtles originating from the South Atlantic Ocean south of the equator, north of 60° S. Lat., west of 20° E. Long., and east of 67° W. LongT794NA223.205, 223.206, 223.207
Sea turtle, loggerhead (South Pacific Ocean DPS)......doSouth Pacific Ocean BasinLoggerhead sea turtles originating from the South Pacific south of the equator, north of 60° S. Lat., west of 67° W. Long., and east of 141° E. LongE794NA224.104
Sea turtle, loggerhead (Southeast Indo-Pacific Ocean DPS)......doSoutheast Indian Ocean Basin; South Pacific Ocean Basin as far east as 141° E. LongLoggerhead sea turtles originating from the 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. LongT794NA223.205, 223.206, 223.207
Sea turtle, loggerhead (Southwest Indian Ocean DPS)......doSouthwest Indian Ocean BasinLoggerhead sea turtles originating from the Southwest Indian Ocean north of the equator, south of 30° N. Lat., east of 20° E. Long., and west of 80° E. LongT794NA223.205, 223.206, 223.207
Sea turtle, olive ridleyLepidochelys olivaceaCircumglobal in tropical and temperate seasBreeding colony populations on Pacific coast of MexicoE42NA224.104
Sea turtle, olive ridley......do......do Entire species, except when listed as endangered under 50 CFR 224.101T42NA17.42(b), 223.205, 223.206, 223.207
Skink, bluetail moleEumeces egregius lividusU.S.A. (FL)EntireT299NA17.42(d)
Skink, Round IslandLeiolopisma telfairiIndian Ocean—Mauritius......doT129NANA
Skink, sandNeoseps reynoldsiU.S.A. (FL)......doT299NA17.42(d)
Snake, Atlantic salt marshNerodia clarkii taeniata......do......doT30NANA
Snake, copperbelly waterNerodia erythrogaster neglectaU.S.A. (IL, IN, KY, MI, OH)IN north of 40° N. Lat., MI, OHT607NANA
Snake, eastern indigoDrymarchon corais couperiU.S.A. (AL, FL, GA, MS, SC)EntireT32NANA
Snake, giant garterThamnophis gigasU.S.A. (CA)......doT522NANA
Snake, Maria IslandLiophus ornatusWest Indies—St. Lucia (Maria Islands)......doE443NANA
Snake, San Francisco garterThamnophis sirtalis tetrataeniaU.S.A. (CA)......doE1NANA
TartarugaPodocnemis expansaSouth America—Orinoco R. and Amazon R. basins......doE3NANA
Terrapin, riverBatagur baskaMalaysia, Bangladesh, Burma, India, Indonesia......doE3NANA
TomistomaTomistoma schlegeliiMalaysia, Indonesia......doE15NANA
Tortoise, angulatedGeochelone yniphoraMalagasy Republic (=Madagascar)......doE15NANA
Tortoise, BolsonGopherus flavomarginatusMexico......doE46NANA
Tortoise, desertGopherus agassiziiU.S.A. (AZ, CA, NV, UT), MexicoEntire, except AZ south and east of Colorado R., and MexicoT103, 357E, 37817.95(c)NA
      Do......do......doAZ south and east of Colorado R., and Mexico, when found outside of Mexico or said range in AZT(S/A)378NA17.42(e)
Tortoise, GalapagosGeochelone nigra (=elephantopus)Ecuador (Galapagos Islands)EntireE3NANA
Tortoise, gopherGopherus polyphemusU.S.A. (AL, FL, GA, LA, MS, SC)Wherever found west of Mobile and Tombigbee Rivers in AL, MS, and LAT281NANA
Tortoise, Madagascar radiatedGeochelone radiataMalagasy Republic (=Madagascar)EntireE3NANA
TracajaPodocnemis unifilisSouth America—Orinoco R. and Amazon R. basins......doE3NANA
TuataraSphenodon punctatusNew Zealand......doE3, 630NANA
Tuatara, Brother's IslandSphenodon guntheriNew Zealand (N. Brother's Island)......doE3, 630NANA
Turtle, Alabama redbellyPseudemys alabamensisU.S.A. (AL)......doE278NANA
Turtle, aquatic boxTerrapene coahuilaMexico......doE6NANA
Turtle, black softshellTrionyx nigricansBangladesh......doE15NANA
Turtle, bog (=Muhlenberg)Clemmys muhlenbergiiU.S.A. (CT, DE, GA, MA, MD, NC, NJ, NY, PA, SC, TN, VA)Entire, except GA, NC, SC, TN, VAT626NANA
      Do......do......doU.S.A. (GA, NC, SC, TN, VA)T(S/A)626NA17.42(f)
Turtle, Brazilian sideneckPhrynops hogeiBrazilEntireE443NANA
Turtle, Burmese peacockMorenia ocellataBurma......doE15NANA
Turtle, Cat IslandTrachemys terrapenWest Indies—Jamaica, BahamasCat Island in the BahamasE443NANA
Turtle, Central American riverDermatemys mawiiMexico, Belize, GuatemalaEntireE129NANA
Turtle, Cuatro Cienegas softshellTrionyx aterMexico......doE15NANA
Turtle, flattened muskSternotherus depressusU.S.A. (AL)Black Warrior R. system upstream from Bankhead DamT272NANA
Turtle, geometricPsammobates geometricusSouth AfricaEntireE15NANA
Turtle, Inagua IslandTrachemys stejnegeri maloneiWest Indies—Bahamas (Great Inagua Island)......doE443NANA
Turtle, Indian sawbackKachuga tecta tectaIndia......doE15NANA
Turtle, Indian softshellTrionyx gangeticusPakistan, India......doE15NANA
Turtle, peacock softshellTrionyx hurumIndia, Bangladesh......doE15NANA
Turtle, Plymouth redbellyPseudemys rubriventris bangsiU.S.A. (MA)......doE9017.95(c)NA
Turtle, ringed mapGraptemys oculiferaU.S.A. (LA, MS)......doT250NANA
Turtle, short-necked or western swampPseudemydura umbrinaAustralia......doE3NANA
Turtle, South American red-linedTrachemys scripta callirostrisColombia, Venezuela......doE443NANA
Turtle, spotted pondGeoclemys hamiltoniiNorth India, Pakistan......doE15NANA
Turtle, three-keeled AsianMelanochelys tricarinataCentral India to Bangladesh and Burma......doE15NANA
Turtle, yellow-blotched mapGraptemys flavimaculataU.S.A. (MS)......doT416NANA
Viper, Lar ValleyVipera latifiiIran......doE129NANA
Whipsnake, Alameda (=striped racer)Masticophis lateralis euryxanthusU.S.A. (CA)......doT62817.95(c)NA
Amphibians
Coqui, goldenEleutherodactylus jasperiU.S.A. (PR)EntireT2917.95(d)NA
Coquí llaneroEleutherodactylus juanariveroi......do......doE81017.95(d)NA
Frog, California red-leggedRana draytoniiU.S.A. (CA), Mexico......doT58317.95(d)17.43
Frog, Chiricahua leopardLithobates chiricahuensisU.S.A (AZ, NM), Mexico......doT72617.95(d)17.43(b)
Frog, dusky gopherRana sevosaU.S.A. (AL, LA, MS)......doE71817.95(d)NA
Frog, GoliathConraua goliathCameroon, Equatorial Guinea, Gabon......doT566NANA
Frog, Israel paintedDiscoglossus nigriventerIsrael......doE3NANA
Frog, mountain yellow-legged (northern California DPS)Rana muscosaU.S.A. (CA)U.S.A., northern CaliforniaE834NANA
Frog, mountain yellow-legged (southern California DPS)Rana muscosa......do U.S.A., southern CaliforniaE72817.95(d)NA
Frog, Oregon spottedRana pretiosaCanada (BC); U.S.A. (WA, OR, CA)EntireT846NANA
Frog, Panamanian goldenAtelopus varius zetekiPanama......do E15NANA
Frog, Sierra Nevada yellow-leggedRana sierraeU.S.A. (CA, NV)......doE834NANA
Frog, Stephen IslandLeiopelma hamiltoniNew Zealand......doE3NANA
GuajónEleutherodactylus cookiU.S.A. (PR)......doT61717.95(d)NA
Hellbender, OzarkCryptobranchus alleganiensis bishopiAR, MO......doE795NANA
Salamander, Austin blindEurycea waterlooensisU.S.A. (TX)......doE81717.95(d)NA
Salamander, Barton SpringsEurycea sosorumU.S.A. (TX)......doE612NANA
Salamander, California tigerAmbystoma californienseU.S.A. (CA)U.S.A. (CA—Santa Barbara County)E677E, 70217.95(d)NA
Salamander, California tigerAmbystoma californiense......doU.S.A. (CA—Central California)T74417.95(d)17.43(c)
Salamander, California tigerAmbystoma californiense......doU.S.A. (CA—Sonoma County)E729E, 73417.95(d)NA
Salamander, Cheat MountainPlethodon nettingiU.S.A. (WV)EntireT358NANA
Salamander, Chinese giantAndrias davidianus (=davidianus d.)Western China......doE15NANA
Salamander, desert slenderBatrachoseps aridusU.S.A. (CA)......doE6NANA
Salamander, frosted flatwoodsAmbystoma cingulatumU.S.A. (FL, GA, SC)......doT65817.95(d)NA
Salamander, GeorgetownEurycea naufragiaU.S.A. (TX)......doT829NANA
Salamander, Japanese giantAndrias japonicus (=davidianus j.)Japan......doE15NANA
Salamander, Jemez MountainsPlethodon neomexicanusU.S. (NM)......doE81917.95(d)NA
Salamander, Jollyville PlateauEurycea tonkawaeU.S.A. (TX)......doT81717.95(d)NA
Salamander, Red HillsPhaeognathus hubrichtiU.S.A. (AL)......doT19NANA
Salamander, reticulated flatwoodsAmbystoma bishopiU.S.A. (FL, GA)......doE17.95(d)NA
Salamander, SaladoEurycea chisholmensisU.S.A. (TX)......doT829NANA
Salamander, San MarcosEurycea nana......do......doT9817.95(d)17.43(a)
Salamander, Santa Cruz long-toedAmbystoma macrodactylum croceumU.S.A. (CA)......doE1NANA
Salamander, ShenandoahPlethodon shenandoahU.S.A. (VA)......doE358NANA
Salamander, Sonoran tigerAmbystoma tigrinum stebbinsiU.S.A. (AZ), Mexico......doE600NANA
Salamander, Texas blindTyphlomolge rathbuniU.S.A. (TX)......doE1NANA
Toad, arroyo (=arroyo southwestern)Anaxyrus californicusU.S.A. (CA), Mexico......doE56817.95(d)NA
Toad, CameroonBufo superciliarisEquatorial Africa......doE15NANA
Toad, HoustonBufo houstonensisU.S.A. (TX)......doE217.95(d)NA
Toad, Monte Verde goldenBufo periglenesCosta Rica......doE15NANA
Toad, Puerto Rican crestedPeltophryne lemurU.S.A. (PR), British Virgin Islands......doT283NANA
Toad, WyomingBufo hemiophrys baxteriU.S.A. (WY)......doE138NANA
Toad, YosemiteAnaxyrus canorusU.S.A. (CA)......do T834NANA
Toads, African viviparousNectophrynoides spp.Tanzania, Guinea, Ivory Coast, Cameroon, Liberia, Ethiopia......doE15NANA
Fishes
Ala Balik (trout)Salmo platycephalusTurkeyEntireE3NANA
Ayumodoki (loach)Hymenophysa curtaJapan......doE3NANA
Blindcat, Mexican (catfish)Prietella phreatophilaMexico......doE3NANA
Bocaccio (Puget Sound-Georgia Basin DPS)Sebastes paucispinisPacific coast from Punta Blanca, Baja California, to the Gulf of Alaska off Krozoff and Kodiak IslandsPuget Sound-Georgia Basin DPS—see 50 CFR 224.101E776NANA
Bonytongue, AsianScleropages formosusThailand, Indonesia, MalaysiaEntireE15NANA
Catfish Pangasius sanitwongseiThailand......doE3NANA
Catfish, Thailand giantPangasianodon gigas......do......doE3NANA
Catfish, YaquiIctalurus priceiU.S.A. (AZ), Mexico......doT15717.95(e)17.44(h)
Cavefish, AlabamaSpeoplatyrhinus poulsoniU.S.A. (AL)......doE28, 32817.95(e)NA
Cavefish, OzarkAmblyopsis rosaeU.S.A. (AR, MO, OK)......doT164NANA
Chub, bonytailGila elegansU.S.A. (AZ, CA, CO, NV, UT, WY)......doE9217.95(e)NA
Chub, Borax LakeGila boraxobiusU.S.A. (OR)......doE94E, 12417.95(e)NA
Chub, ChihuahuaGila nigrescensU.S.A. (NM), Mexico (Chihuahua)......doT132NA17.44(g)
Chub, GilaGila intermediaU.S.A. (AZ, NM), Mexico.......doE75517.95(e)NA
Chub, humpbackGila cyphaU.S.A. (AZ, CO, UT, WY)......doE117.95(e)NA
Chub, Hutton tuiGila bicolor ssp.U.S.A. (OR)......doT174NA17.44(j)
Chub, Mohave tuiGila bicolor mohavensisU.S.A. (CA)......doE2NANA
Chub, OregonOregonichthys crameriU.S.A. (OR)......doT520,76917.95(e)NA
Chub, Owens tuiGila bicolor snyderiU.S.A. (CA)......doE19517.95(e)NA
Chub, Pahranagat roundtail Gila robusta jordaniU.S.A. (NV)......doE2NANA
Chub, slenderErimystax cahniU.S.A. (TN, VA)Entire, except where listed as an experimental populationT2817.95(e)17.44(c)
      Do......do......doU.S.A. (TN—specified portions of the French Broad and Holston Rivers; see 17.84(s)(1)(i))XNNA17.84(sr)
Chub, SonoraGila ditaeniaU.S.A. (AZ), MexicoEntireT22717.95(e)17.44(o)
Chub, spotfin (=turquoise shiner)Erimonax monachusU.S.A. (AL, GA, NC, TN, VA)Entire, except where listed as an experimental populationT2817.95(e)17.44(c)
      Do......do......doU.S.A. (TN—specified portions of the Tellico River; see 17.84(m)(1)(i))XN732NA17.84(m)
      Do......do......doU.S.A. (AL, TN—specified portions of Shoal Creek; see 17.84(m)(1)(ii))XN747NA17.84(m)
      Do......do......doU.S.A. (TN—specified portions of the French Broad and Holston Rivers; see 17.84(m)(1)(iii))XNNA17.84(m)
Chub, Virgin RiverGila robusta semidnudaU.S.A. (AZ, NV, UT)EntireE36117.95(e)NA
Chub, YaquiGila purpureaU.S.A. (AZ), Mexico......doE15717.95(e)NA
Cicek (minnow)Acanthorutilus handlirschiTurkey......doE3NANA
Cui-uiChasmistes cujusU.S.A. (NV)......doE1NANA
Dace, Ash Meadows speckledRhinichthys osculus nevadensis......do......doE117E, 127E, 13017.95(e)NA
Dace, blacksidePhoxinus cumberlandensisU.S.A. (KY, TN)......doT273NANA
Dace, Clover Valley speckledRhinichthys osculus oligoporusU.S.A. (NV)......doE370NANA
Dace, desertEremichthys acros......do......doT1, 2D, 21017.95(e)17.44(m)
Dace, Foskett speckledRhinichthys osculus ssp.U.S.A. (OR)......doT174NA17.44(j)
Dace, Independence Valley speckledRhinichthys osculus lethoporusU.S.A. (NV)......doE370, 372NANA
Dace, Kendall Warm SpringsRhinichthys osculus thermalisU.S.A. (WY)......doE2NANA
Dace, laurelChrosomus sayloriU.S.A. (TN)......doE79117.95(e)NA
Dace, MoapaMoapa coriaceaU.S.A. (NV)......doE1NANA
Darter, amberPercina antesellaU.S.A. (AL, GA, TN)......doE19617.95(e)NA
Darter, bayouEtheostoma rubrumU.S.A. (MS)......doT10NA17.44(b)
Darter, bluemask Etheostoma sp.U.S.A. (TN)......doE525NANA
Darter, boulderEtheostoma wapitiU.S.A. (AL, TN)Entire, except where listed as an experimental populationE322NANA
      Do......do......doShoal 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 reachXN747NA17.84(o)
Darter, CherokeeEtheostoma scottiU.S.A. (GA)EntireT569NANA
Darter, CumberlandEtheostoma susanaeU.S.A. (KY, TN)......doE79117.95(e)NA
Darter, diamondCrystallaria cincottaU.S.A. (IN, KY, OH, TN, WV)......doE81517.95(e)NA
Darter, duskytailEtheostoma percnurumU.S.A. (TN, VA)Entire, except where listed as an experimental populationE502NANA
      Do......do......doU.S.A. (TN—specified portions of the Tellico River; see 17.84(p)(1)(i))XN732NA17.84(q)
      Do......do......doU.S.A. (TN—specified portions of the French Broad and Holston Rivers; see 17.84(q)(1)(ii))XNNA17.84(q)
Darter, EtowahEtheostoma etowahaeU.S.A. (GA)EntireE569NANA
Darter, fountainEtheostoma fonticolaU.S.A. (TX)......doE217.95(e)NA
Darter, goldlinePercina aurolineataU.S.A. (AL, GA, TN)......doT462NANA
Darter, leopardPercina pantherinaU.S.A. (AR, OK)......doT3117.95(e)17.44(d)
Darter, MarylandEtheostoma sellareU.S.A. (MD)......doE117.95(e)NA
Darter, NianguaEtheostoma nianguaeU.S.A. (MO)......doT18517.95(e)17.44(k)
Darter, OkaloosaEtheostoma okaloosaeU.S.A. (FL)......doT6, 787NA17.44(bb)
Darter, relictEtheostoma chienenseU.S.A. (KY)......doE525NANA
Darter, rushEtheostoma phytophilumU.S.A. (AL)......doE79117.95(e)NA
Darter, slackwaterEtheostoma boschungiU.S.A. (AL, TN)......doT2817.95(e)17.44(c)
Darter, snailPercina tanasiU.S.A. (AL, GA, TN)......doT12, 150NANA
Darter, vermilionEtheostoma chermockiU.S.A. (AL)......doE71517.95(e)NA
Darter, watercressEtheostoma nuchale......do......doE2NANA
Darter, yellowcheekEtheostoma mooreiU.S.A. (AR)......doE79117.95(e)NA
Eulachon (Southern DPS)Thaleichthys pacificusEastern Pacific Ocean, from northern California to southwestern Alaska and into the southeastern Bering SeaSouthern DPS—see 50 CFR 223.102T776226.222NA
Gambusia, Big BendGambusia gaigeiU.S.A. (TX)EntireE1NANA
Gambusia, Clear CreekGambusia heterochir......do......doE1NANA
Gambusia, PecosGambusia nobilisU.S.A. (NM, TX)......doE2NANA
Gambusia, San MarcosGambusia georgeiU.S.A. (TX)......doE9817.95(e)NA
Goby, tidewaterEucyclogobius newberryiU.S.A. (CA)......doE52717.95(e)NA
Logperch, ConasaugaPercina jenkinsiU.S.A. (GA, TN)......doE19617.95(e)NA
Logperch, RoanokePercina rexU.S.A. (VA)......doE359NANA
Madtom, ChuckyNoturus crypticusU.S.A. (TN)......doE79117.95(e)NA
Madtom, NeoshoNoturus placidusU.S.A. (KS, MO, OK)......doT388NANA
Madtom, pygmyNoturus stanauliU.S.A. (TN)Entire, except where listed as an experimental populationE502NANA
      Do......do......doU.S.A. (TN—specified portions of the French Broad and Holston Rivers; see 17.84(t)(1)(i))XNNA17.84(t)
Madtom, SciotoNoturus trautmaniU.S.A. (OH)EntireE10NANA
Madtom, smokyNoturus baileyiU.S.A. (TN)Entire, except where listed as an experimental populationE16317.95(e)NA
      Do......do......doU.S.A. (TN—specified portions of the Tellico River; see 17.84(r)(1)(i))XN732NA17.84(r)
Madtom, yellowfinNoturus flavipinnisU.S.A. (TN, VA)Entire, except where listed as an experimental populationT2817.95(e)17.44(c)
      Do......do......doU.S.A. (TN, VA—specified portions of the Holston River and watershed; see 17.84(e)(1)(i))XN317NA17.84(e)
      Do......do......doU.S.A. (TN—specified portions of the Tellico River; see 17.84(e)(1)(ii))XN732NA17.84(e)
      Do......do......doU.S.A. (TN—specified portions of the French Broad and Holston Rivers; see 17.84(e)(1)(iii))XNNA17.84(e)
Minnow, Devils RiverDionda diaboliU.S.A. (TX), MexicoEntireT66917.95(e)NA
Minnow, loachTiaroga cobitisU.S.A. (AZ, NM), Mexico......doE24717.95(e)NA
Minnow, Rio Grande silveryHybognathus amarusU.S.A.(NM, TX), MexicoEntire, except where listed as an experimental populationE54317.95(e)NA
      Do......do......doRio 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 GrandeXN761NA17.84(u)
Nekogigi (catfish)Coreobagrus ichikawaiJapanEntireE3NANA
Pikeminnow (=squawfish), ColoradoPtychocheilus luciusU.S.A. (AZ, CA, CO, NM, NV, UT, WY), MexicoEntire, except Salt and Verde R. drainages, AZE1, 19317.95(e)NA
      Do......do......doSalt and Verde R. drainages, AZXN193NA17.84(b)
Poolfish, PahrumpEmpetrichthys latosU.S.A. (NV)EntireE1NANA
Pupfish, Ash Meadows AmargosaCyprinodon nevadensis mionectes......do......doE117E, 127E, 13017.95(e)NA
Pupfish, Comanche SpringsCyprinodon elegansU.S.A. (TX)......doE1NANA
Pupfish, desertCyprinodon maculariusU.S.A. (AZ, CA) Mexico......doE22217.95(e)NA
Pupfish, Devils HoleCyprinodon diabolisU.S.A. (NV)......doE1NANA
Pupfish, Leon SpringsCyprinodon bovinusU.S.A. (TX)......doE10217.95(e)NA
Pupfish, OwensCyprinodon radiosusU.S.A. (CA)......doE1NANA
Pupfish, Warm SpringsCyprinodon nevadensis pectoralisU.S.A. (NV)......doE2NANA
Rockfish, canary (Puget Sound-Georgia Basin DPS)Sebastes pinnigerPacific coast from Punta Colnett, Baja California, to the Western Gulf of AlaskaPuget Sound-Georgia Basin DPS—see 50 CFR 223.102T776NANA
Rockfish, yelloweye (Puget Sound-Georgia Basin DPS)Sebastes ruberrimusPacific coast from northern Baja California to the Aleutian Islands, AlaskaPuget Sound-Georgia Basin DPS—see 50 CFR 223.102T776NANA
Salmon, Atlantic (Gulf of Maine DPS)Salmo salarU.S.A., Canada, Greenland, western EuropeGulf of Maine DPS—see 50 CFR 224.101E705226.217NA
Salmon, Chinook (California Coastal ESU)Oncorhynchus tshawytschaNorth 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, RussiaCalifornia Coastal ESU—see 50 CFR 223.102T674226.211223.203
Salmon, Chinook (Central Valley spring-run ESU—XN)......do......do Central Valley spring-run ESU—XN—see 50 CFR 223.102XN816NA223.301
Salmon, Chinook (Central Valley spring-run ESU)......do......do Central Valley spring-run ESU—see 50 CFR 223.102T674226.211223.203
Salmon, Chinook (Lower Columbia River ESU)......do......do Lower Columbia River ESU—see 50 CFR 223.102T664226.212223.203
Salmon, Chinook (Puget Sound ESU)......do......do Puget Sound ESU—see 50 CFR 223.102T664226.212223.203
Salmon, Chinook (Sacramento River winter-run ESU)......do......do Sacramento River winter-run ESU—see 50 CFR 224.101E383E, 407, 534226.204NA
Salmon, Chinook (Snake River fall-run ESU)......do......do Snake River fall-run ESU—see 50 CFR 223.102T516, 557E226.205223.203
Salmon, Chinook (Snake River spring/summer-run ESU)......do......do Snake River spring/summer-run ESU—see 50 CFR 223.102T516, 557E226.205223.203
Salmon, Chinook (Upper Columbia River spring-run ESU)......do......do Upper Columbia River spring-run ESU—see 50 CFR 224.101E664226.212NA
Salmon, Chinook (Upper Columbia River spring-run ESU—XN)......do ......do Upper Columbia River spring-run ESU—XN—see 50 CFR 223.102XN845NA223.301
Salmon, Chinook (Upper Willamette River ESU)......do......do Upper Willamette River ESU—see 50 CFR 223.102T664226.212223.203
Salmon, chum (Columbia River ESU)Oncorhynchus ketaNorth 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 CanadaColumbia River ESU—see 50 CFR 223.102T664226.212223.203
Salmon, chum (Hood Canal summer-run ESU)......do......do Hood Canal summer-run ESU—see 50 CFR 223.102T664226.212223.203
Salmon, coho (Central California Coast ESU)Oncorhynchus kisutchNorth Pacific Basin from U.S.A. (CA to AK) to Russia and JapanCentral California Coast ESU—see 50 CFR 224.101E598226.210NA
Salmon, coho (Lower Columbia River ESU)......do......do Lower Columbia River ESU—see 50 CFR 223.102T776NA223.203
Salmon, coho (Oregon Coast ESU)......do......do Oregon Coast ESU—see 50 CFR 223.102T776226.212223.203
Salmon, coho (Southern Oregon—Northern California Coast ESU)......do......do Southern Oregon—Northern California Coast ESU—see 50 CFR 223.102T618226.210223.203
Salmon, sockeye (Ozette Lake ESU)Oncorhynchus nerkaNorth Pacific Basin from U.S.A. (CA) to RussiaOzette Lake ESU—see 50 CFR 223.102T664226.212223.203
Salmon, sockeye (Snake River ESU)......do......do Snake River ESU—see 50 CFR 224.101E455226.205NA
Sawfish, largetoothPristis perottetiEastern and Western Atlantic, Caribbean and Gulf of MexicoEntireE816NANA
Sawfish, smalltooth (United States DPS)Pristis pectinataNorth Atlantic (Mediterranean, U.S. Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico) and the Southwest AtlanticUnited States DPS—see 50 CFR224.101E748226.218NA
Sculpin, grottoCottus specusU.S.A. (MO)EntireE82317.95(e)NA
Sculpin, pygmyCottus pygmaeusU.S.A. (AL)......doT365NA17.44(u)
Shark, scalloped hammerhead (Central & SW Atlantic DPS)Sphyrna lewiniCentral and Southwest Atlantic Ocean, including Caribbean SeaCentral & SW Atlantic DPS—see 50 CFR 223.102T845NANA
Shark, scalloped hammerhead (Eastern Atlantic DPS)......doEastern Atlantic Ocean, including Mediterranean SeaEastern Atlantic DPS—see 50 CFR 224.101E845NANA
Shark, scalloped hammerhead (Eastern Pacific DPS)......doEastern Pacific OceanEastern Pacific DPS—see 50 CFR 224.101E845NANA
Shark, scalloped hammerhead (Indo-West Pacific DPS)......doIndian Ocean and Western Pacific OceanIndo-West Pacific DPS—see 50 CFR 223.102T845NANA
Shiner, Arkansas RiverNotropis girardiU.S.A. (AR, KS, NM, OK, TX)Arkansas River Basin (AR, KS, NM, OK, TXT65317.95(e)NA
Shiner, beautifulCyprinella formosaU.S.A. (AZ, NM), MexicoEntireT15717.95(e)17.44(h)
Shiner, blueCyprinella caeruleaU.S.A. (AL, GA, TN)......doT462NANA
Shiner, CahabaNotropis cahabaeU.S.A. (AL)......doE405NANA
Shiner, Cape FearNotropis mekistocholasU.S.A. (NC)......doE29017.95(e)NA
Shiner, palezoneNotropis albizonatus.U.S.A. (AL, KY, TN)......doE502NANA
Shiner, Pecos bluntnoseNotropis simus pecosensisU.S.A. (NM)......doT25817.95(e)17.44(r)
Shiner, sharpnoseNotropis oxyrhynchusU.S.A. (TX)......doE84017.95(e)NA
Shiner, smalleyeNotropis buccula......do......doE84017.95(e)NA
Shiner, TopekaNotropis topeka=tristisU.S.A. (IA, KS, MN, MO, NE, SD)Entire, except where listed as an experimental populationE65417.95(e)NA
Shiner, Topeka......do......doU.S.A. (MO—specified portions of Little Creek, Big Muddy Creek, and Spring Creek watersheds in Adair, Gentry, Harrison, Putnam, Sullivan, and Worth Counties; see 17.84(n)(1)(i))XNNA17.84(n)
Silverside, WaccamawMenidia extensaU.S.A. (NC)EntireT26517.95(e)17.44(s)
Smelt, deltaHypomesus transpacificusU.S.A. (CA)......doT49217.95(e)NA
SpikedaceMeda fulgidaU.S.A. (AZ, NM), Mexico......doE23617.95(e)NA
Spinedace, Big SpringLepidomeda mollispinis pratensisU.S.A. (NV)......doT17317.95(e)17.44(i)
Spinedace, Little ColoradoLepidomeda vittataU.S.A. (AZ)......doT1, 2D, 28717.95(e)17.44(t)
Spinedace, White RiverLepidomeda albivallisU.S.A. (NV)......doE20317.95(e)NA
Springfish, Hiko White RiverCrenichthys baileyi grandis......do......doE20617.95(e)NA
Springfish, Railroad ValleyCrenichthys nevadae......do......doT22417.95(e)17.44(n)
Springfish, White RiverCrenichthys baileyi baileyi......do......doE20617.95(e)NA
Steelhead (California Central Valley DPS)Oncorhynchus mykissNorth Pacific Ocean from the Kamchatka Peninsula in Asia to the northern Baja PeninsulaCalifornia Central Valley DPS—see 50 CFR 223.102T638226.211223.203
Steelhead (Central California Coast DPS)......do......do Central California Coast DPS—see 50 CFR 223.102T638226.211223.203
Steelhead (Lower Columbia River DPS)......do......do Lower Columbia River DPS—see 50 CFR 223.102T638226.212223.203
Steelhead (Middle Columbia River DPS)......do......do Middle Columbia River DPS—see 50 CFR 223.102T664226.212223.203
Steelhead (Middle Columbia River DPS—XN)......do......do Middle Columbia River DPS—XN—see 50 CFR 223.102XN816NA223.301
Steelhead (Northern California DPS)......do......do Northern California DPS—see 50 CFR 223.102T701226.211223.203
Steelhead (Puget Sound DPS)......do......do Puget Sound DPS—see 50 CFR 223.102T776NA223.203
Steelhead (Snake River Basin DPS)......do......do Snake River Basin DPS—see 50 CFR 223.102T638226.212223.203
Steelhead (South-Central California Coast DPS)......do......do South-Central California Coast DPS—see 50 CFR 223.102T638226.211223.203
Steelhead (Southern California DPS)......do......do Southern California DPS—see 50 CFR 224.101E638226.211NA
Steelhead (Upper Columbia River DPS)......do......do Upper Columbia River DPS—see 50 CFR 223.102T638226.212223.203
Steelhead (Upper Willamette River DPS)......do......do Upper Willamette River DPS—see 50 CFR 223.102T664226.212223.203
Stickleback, unarmored threespineGasterosteus aculeatus williamsoniU.S.A. (CA)EntireE2NANA
Sturgeon, AdriaticAcipenser naccariiAdriatic Sea......do E845NANA
Sturgeon, AlabamaScaphirhynchus suttkusiU.S.A. (AL, MS)NAE69717.95(e)NA
Sturgeon, Atlantic (Atlantic subspecies; Carolina DPS)Acipenser oxyrinchus oxyrinchusNorthwestern Atlantic OceanCarolina DPS—see 50 CFR 224.101E816NANA
Sturgeon, Atlantic (Atlantic subspecies; Chesapeake Bay DPS)......do......do Chesapeake Bay DPS—see 50 CFR 224.101E816NANA
Sturgeon, Atlantic (Atlantic subspecies; Gulf of Maine DPS)......do......do Gulf of Maine DPS—see 50 CFR 223.102T816NA223.211
Sturgeon, Atlantic (Atlantic subspecies; New York Bight DPS)......do......do New York Bight DPS—see 50 CFR 224.101E816NANA
Sturgeon, Atlantic (Atlantic subspecies; South Atlantic DPS)......do......do South Atlantic DPS—see 50 CFR 224.101E816NANA
Sturgeon, Atlantic (Gulf subspecies)Acipenser oxyrinchus (=oxyrhynchus) desotoi)U.S.A. (AL, FL, GA, LA, MS)EntireT44417.95(e), 226.21417.44(v)
Sturgeon, belugaHuso husoAzerbaijan, 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, UkraineEntireT743NA17.44 (y)
Sturgeon, ChineseAcipenser sinensisNorthwest Pacific Ocean in China, Japan, South Korea, and North Korea......doE845NANA
Sturgeon, EuropeanAcipenser sturioNorth Sea, the English Channel, and most European coasts of the Atlantic Ocean, the Mediterranean Sea, and the Black Sea......doE845NANA
Sturgeon, green (Southern DPS)Acipenser medirostrisU.S.A. (CA)Southern DPS—see 50 CFR 223.102T756226.219223.210
Sturgeon, KalugaHuso dauricusAmur River basin, Sea of Okhotsk and the Sea of JapanEntireE845NANA
Sturgeon, pallidScaphirhynchus albusU.S.A. (AR, IA, IL, KS, KY, LA, MO, MS, MT, ND, NE, SD, TN)......do E399NANA
Sturgeon, SakhalinAcipenser mikadoiNorthwest Pacific Ocean in Japan and Russia......do E845NANA
Sturgeon, shortnoseAcipenser brevirostrumU.S.A. and Canada (Atlantic Coast)......doE1NANA
Sturgeon, shovelnoseScaphirhynchus platorynchusU.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)......doT (S/A)778NA17.44(aa)
Sturgeon, white (Kootenai River DPS)Acipenser transmontanusU.S.A. (AK, CA, ID, MT, OR, WA), Canada (BC)U.S.A. (ID, MT), Canada (BC), (Kootenai R. system)E54917.95(e)NA
Sucker, JuneChasmistes liorusU.S.A. (UT)EntireE22317.95(e)NA
Sucker, Lost RiverDeltistes luxatusU.S.A. (CA, OR)......doE31317.95(e)NA
Sucker, ModocCatostomus micropsU.S.A. (CA)......doE18417.95(e)NA
Sucker, razorbackXyrauchen texanusU.S.A. (AZ, CA, CO, NM, NV, UT, WY), Mexico......doE44717.95(e)NA
Sucker, Santa Ana(Catostomus santaanae)U.S.A. (CA)Los Angeles River basin, San Gabriel River basin, Santa Ana River basinT69417.95(e)NA
Sucker, shortnoseChasmistes brevirostrisU.S.A. (CA, OR)EntireE31317.95(e)NA
Sucker, WarnerCatostomus warnerensisU.S.A. (OR)......doT20517.95(e)17.44(l)
Sucker, Zuni blueheadCatostomus discobolus yarrowiU.S.A. (AZ, NM)......do E839NANA
Sunfish, spring pygmyElassoma alabamaeU.S.A. (AL)......doT827NANA
Tango, Miyako (Tokyo bitterling)Tanakia tanagoJapan......doE3NANA
Temoleh, Ikan (minnow)Probarbus jullieniThailand, Cambodia, Vietnam, Malaysia, Laos......doE15NANA
Topminnow, Gila (incl. Yaqui)Poeciliopsis occidentalisU.S.A. (AZ, NM), MexicoU.S.A. onlyE1NANA
Totoaba (seatrout or weakfish)Cynoscion macdonaldiMexico (Gulf of California)EntireE48NANA
Trout, Apache Oncorhynchus apacheU.S.A. (AZ)......doT1, 8NA17.44(a)
Trout, bullSalvelinus confluentusU.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 populationT637, 639E, 659, 67017.95(e)17.44(w), 17.44(x)
Trout, bullSalvelinus confluentusU.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 ChannelXN   NA17.84(v)
Trout, GilaOncorhynchus gilaeU.S.A. (AZ, NM)EntireT1, 757NA17.44(z)
Trout, greenback cutthroatOncorhynchus clarki stomiasU.S.A. (CO)......doT1, 38NA17.44(f)
Trout, Lahontan cutthroatOncorhynchus clarki henshawiU.S.A. (CA, NV, OR, UT)......doT2, 8NA17.44(a)
Trout, Little Kern goldenOncorhynchus aguabonita whiteiU.S.A. (CA)......doT3717.95(e)17.44(e)
Trout, Paiute cutthroatOncorhynchus clarki seleniris......do......doT1, 8NA17.44(a)
WoundfinPlagopterus argentissimusU.S.A. (AZ, NV, UT)Entire, except Gila R. drainage, AZ, NME2, 19317.95(e)NA
      Do......do......doGila R. drainage, AZ, NMXN193NA17.84(b)
Clams
Acornshell, southernEpioblasma othcaloogensisU.S.A. (AL, GA, TN)NAE49517.95(f)NA
Bankclimber, purple (mussel)Elliptoideus sloatianusU.S.A. (AL, FL, GA)NAT63317.95(f)NA
Bean, ChoctawVillosa choctawensisU.S.A. (AL, FL)NAE80817.95(f)NA
Bean, Cumberland (pearlymussel)Villosa trabalisU.S.A. (AL, KY, TN, VA)NAE15NANA
      Do......do......doU.S.A. (AL—specified portions of the Tennessee River; see 17.85(a)(1))XN709NA17.85(a)
      Do......do......doU.S.A. (TN—specified portions of the French Broad and Holston Rivers; see 17.85(b)(1))XNNA17.85(b)
Bean, PurpleVillosa perpurpureaU.S.A. (TN, VA)NAE60217.95(f)NA
Blossom, green (pearlymussel)Epioblasma torulosa gubernaculum......doEntireE15NANA
Blossom, tubercled (pearlymussel)Epioblasma torulosa torulosaU.S.A. (AL, IL, IN, KY, TN, WV)NAE15NANA
      Do......do......doU.S.A. (AL—specified portions of the Tennessee River; see 17.85(a)(1))XN709NA17.85(a)
Blossom, turgid (pearlymussel)Epioblasma turgidulaU.S.A. (AL, TN)NAE15NANA
      Do......do......doU.S.A. (AL—specified portions of the Tennessee River; see 17.85(a)(1))XN709NA17.85(a)
Blossom, yellow (pearlymussel)Epioblasma florentina florentina......doNAE15NANA
      Do......do......doU.S.A. (AL—specified portions of the Tennessee River; see 17.85(a)(1))XN709NA17.85(a)
Catspaw, (=purple cat's paw pearlymussel)EpioblasmaU.S.A. (AL, IL, IN, KY, OH, TN)NAE394NANA
      Do......do......doU.S.A. (AL—specified portions of the Tennessee River; see 17.85(a)(1))XN709NA17.85(a)
Catspaw, white (pearlymussel)Epioblasma obliquata perobliquaU.S.A. (IN, MI, OH)EntireE15NANA
ClubshellPleurobema clavaU.S.A. (AL, IL, IN, KY, MI, OH, PA, TN, WV)NAE488NANA
      Do......do......doU.S.A. (AL—specified portions of the Tennessee River; see 17.85(a)(1))XN709NA17.85(a)
Clubshell, black Pleurobema curtumU.S.A. (AL, MS)EntireE262NANA
Clubshell, ovatePleurobema perovatumU.S.A. (AL, TN, GA, MS)NAE49517.95(f)NA
Clubshell, southernPleurobema decisum......doNAE49517.95(f)NA
Combshell, CumberlandianEpioblasma brevidensU.S.A. (AL, KY, MS, TN, VA)NAE60217.95(f)NA
      Do......do......doU.S.A. (AL—specified portions of the Tennessee River; see 17.85(a)(1))XN709NA17.85(a)
      Do......do......doU.S.A. (TN—specified portions of the French Broad and Holston Rivers; see 17.85(b)(1)XNNA17.85(b)
Combshell, southern Epioblasma (=Dysnomia) penitaU.S.A. (AL, MS)EntireE262NANA
Combshell, uplandEpioblasma metastriataU.S.A. (AL, GA, TN)NAE49517.95(f)NA
Ebonyshell, roundFusconaia rotulataU.S.A. (AL, FL)NAE80817.95(f)NA
Elktoe, AppalachianAlasmidonta ravenelianaU.S.A. (NC, TN)EntireE56317.95(f)NA
Elktoe, CumberlandAlasmidonta atropurpureaU.S.A. (KY, TN)NAE60217.95(f)NA
FanshellCyprogenia stegaria (=irrorata)U.S.A. (AL, IL, IN, KY, OH, PA, TN, VA, WV)NAE391NANA
      Do......do......doU.S.A. (TN—specified portions of the French Broad and Holston Rivers; see 17.85(b)(1))XNNA17.85(b)
Fatmucket, ArkansasLampsilis powelliU.S.A. (AR)EntireT382NANA
Heelsplitter, Alabama (=inflated)Potamilus inflatusU.S.A. (AL, LA, MS)......doT404NANA
Heelsplitter, CarolinaLasmigona decorataU.S.A. (NC, SC)......doE50517.95(f)NA
Higgins eye (pearlymussel)Lampsilis higginsiiU.S.A. (IA, IL, MN, MO, NE, WI)......doE15NANA
Kidneyshell, flutedPtychobranchus subtentumU.S.A. (AL, KY, TN, VA)......doE82517.95(f)NA
Kidneyshell, southernPtychobranchus jonesiU.S.A. (AL, FL)NAE80817.95(f)NA
Kidneyshell, triangularPtychobranchus greeniiU.S.A. (AL, GA, TN)NAE49517.95(f)NA
Lampmussel, AlabamaLampsilis virescensU.S.A. (AL, TN)NAE15NANA
      Do......do......doU.S.A. (AL—specified portions of the Tennessee River; see 17.85(a)(1))XN709NA17.85(a)
Lilliput, pale (pearlymussel)Toxolasma cylindrellus......doEntireE15NANA
Mapleleaf, winged (mussel)Quadrula fragosaU.S.A. (AL, IA, IL, IN, KY, MN, MO, NE, OH, OK, TN, WI)NAE426NANA
      Do......do......doU.S.A. (AL—specified portions of the Tennessee River; see 17.85(a)(1))XN709NA17.85(a)
Moccasinshell, AlabamaMedionidus acutissimusU.S.A. (AL, GA, MS)NAT49517.95(f)NA
Moccasinshell, CoosaMedionidus parvulusU.S.A. (AL, GA, TN)NAE49517.95(f)NA
Moccasinshell, GulfMedionidus penicillatusU.S.A. (AL, FL, GA)NAE63317.95(f)NA
Moccasinshell, OchlockoneeMedionidus simpsonianusU.S.A. (FL, GA)NAE63317.95(f)NA
Monkeyface, Appalachian (pearlymussel)Quadrula sparsaU.S.A. (TN, VA)NAE15NANA
      Do......do......doU.S.A. (TN—specified portions of the French Broad and Holston Rivers; see 17.85(b)(1))XNNA17.85(b)
Monkeyface, Cumberland (pearlymussel)Quadrula intermediaU.S.A. (AL, TN, VA)NAE15NANA
      Do......do......doU.S.A. (AL—specified portions of the Tennessee River; see 17.85(a)(1))XN709NA17.85(a)
      Do......do......doU.S.A. (TN—specified portions of the French Broad and Holston Rivers; see 17.85(b)(1))XNNA17.85(b)
Mucket, NeoshoLampsilis rafinesqueanaU.S.A. (AR, KS, MO, OK)EntireE816NANA
Mucket, orange-nacreLampsilis perovalisU.S.A. (AL, MS)NAT49517.95(f)NA
Mucket, pink (pearlymussel)Lampsilis abruptaU.S.A. (AL, AR, IL, IN, KY, LA, MO, OH, PA, TN, VA, WV)EntireE15NANA
Mussel, oysterEpioblasma capsaeformisU.S.A. (AL, GA, KY, MS, NC, TN, VA)NAE60217.95(f)NA
      Do......do......doU.S.A. (AL—specified portions of the Tennessee River; see 17.85(a)(1))XN709NA17.85(a)
      Do......do......doU.S.A. (TN—specified portions of the French Broad and Holston Rivers; see 17.85(b)(1))XNNA17.85(b)
Mussel, rayed beanVillosa fabalisU.S.A. (IL, IN, KY, MI, NY, OH, PA, TN, VA, WV); Canada (ON)NAE798NANA
Mussel, scaleshellLeptodea leptodonU.S.A. (AL, AR, IA, IL, IN, KY, MN, MO, OH, OK, SD, TN, WI)NAE714NANA
Mussel, snuffboxEpioblasma triquetraU.S.A. (AL, AR, IL, IN, IA, KS, KY, MI, MN, MS, MO, NY, OH, PA, TN, VA, WV, WI); Canada (ON)NAE798NANA
Pearlshell, AlabamaMargaritifera marrianaeU.S.A. (AL)NAE80817.95(f)NA
Pearlshell, LouisianaMargaritifera hembeliU.S.A. (LA)EntireT304, 518NANA
Pearlymussel, birdwingLemiox rimosusU.S.A. (AL, TN, VA)NAE15NANA
      Do......do......doU.S.A. (AL—specified portions of the Tennessee River; see 17.85(a)(1))XN709NA17.85(a)
      Do......do......doU.S.A. (TN—specified portions of the French Broad and Holston Rivers; see 17.85(b)(1))XNNA17.85(b)
Pearlymussel, crackingHemistena lataU.S.A. (AL, IL, IN, KY, OH, TN, VA)NAE366NANA
      Do......do......doU.S.A. (AL—specified portions of the Tennessee River; see 17.85(a)(1))XN709NA17.85(a)
      Do......do......doU.S.A. (TN—specified portions of the French Broad and Holston Rivers; see 17.85(b)(1))XNNA17.85(b)
Pearlymussel, CurtisEpioblasma florentina curtisiiU.S.A. (AR, MO)EntireE15NANA
Pearlymussel, dromedaryDromus dromasU.S.A. (AL, KY, TN, VA)NAE15NANA
      Do......do......doU.S.A. (AL—specified portions of the Tennessee River; see 17.85(a)(1))XN709NA17.85(a)
      Do......do......doU.S.A. (TN—specified portions of the French Broad and Holston Rivers; see 17.85(b)(1))XNNA17.85(b)
Pearlymussel, little-wingPegias fabulaU.S.A. (AL, KY, NC, TN, VA)EntireE342NANA
Pearlymussel, Nicklin'sMegalonaias nicklineanaMexico......doE15NANA
Pearlymussel, slabsidePleuronaia dolabelloidesU.S.A. (AL, KY, MS, TN, VA)......doE82517.95(f)NA
Pearlymussel, TampicoCyrtonaias tampicoensis tecomatensisMexico......doE15NANA
Pigtoe, Cumberland Pleurobema gibberumU.S.A. (TN)......doE423NANA
Pigtoe, darkPleurobema furvumU.S.A. (AL)NAE49517.95(f)NA
Pigtoe, fine-rayedFusconaia cuneolusU.S.A. (AL, TN, VA)NAE15NANA
      Do......do......doU.S.A. (AL—specified portions of the Tennessee River; see 17.85(a)(1))XN709NA17.85(a)
      Do......do......doU.S.A. (TN—specified portions of the French Broad and Holston Rivers; see 17.85(b)(1))XNNA17.85(b)
Pigtoe, flat Pleurobema marshalliU.S.A. (AL, MS)EntireE262NANA
Pigtoe, fuzzyPleurobema strodeanumU.S.A. (AL, FL)NAT80817.95(f)NA
Pigtoe, GeorgiaPleurobema hanleyianumU.S.A. (AL, GA, TN)NAE77717.95(f)NA
Pigtoe, heavy Pleurobema taitianumU.S.A. (AL, MS)EntireE262NANA
Pigtoe, narrowFusconaia escambiaU.S.A. (AL, FL)NAT80817.95(f)NA
Pigtoe, ovalPleurobema pyriformeU.S.A. (AL, FL, GA)NAE63317.95(f)NA
Pigtoe, roughPleurobema plenumU.S.A. (AL, IN, KY, PA, TN, VA)NAE15NANA
      Do......do......doU.S.A. (TN—specified portions of the French Broad and Holston Rivers; see 17.85(b)(1))XNNA17.85(b)
Pigtoe, shinyFusconaia corU.S.A. (AL, TN, VA)NAE15NANA
      Do......do......doU.S.A. (AL—specified portions of the Tennessee River; see 17.85(a)(1))XN709NA17.85(a)
      Do......do......doU.S.A. (TN—specified portions of the French Broad and Holston Rivers; see 17.85(b)(1))XNNA17.85(b)
Pigtoe, southernPleurobema georgianumU.S.A. (AL, GA, TN)NAE49517.95(f)NA
Pigtoe, taperedFusconaia burkeiU.S.A. (AL, FL)NAT80817.95(f)NA
Pimpleback, orangefoot (pearlymussel)Plethobasus cooperianusU.S.A. (AL, IA, IL, IN, KY, OH, PA, TN)NAE15NANA
      Do......do......doU.S.A. (TN—specified portions of the French Broad and Holston Rivers; see 17.85(b)(1))XNNA17.85(b)
Pocketbook, fatPotamilus capaxU.S.A. (AR, IA, IL, IN, KY, MO, MS, OH)EntireE15NANA
Pocketbook, fine-linedLampsilis altilisU.S.A. (AL, GA)NAT49517.95(f)NA
Rock-pocketbook, Ouachita Arkansia wheeleriU.S.A. (AR, OK)EntireE446NANA
Pocketbook, shinyrayedLampsilis subangulataU.S.A. (AL, FL, GA)NAE63317.95(f)NA
Pocketbook, speckledLampsilis streckeriU.S.A. (AR)EntireE345NANA
RabbitsfootQuadrula cylindrica cylindricaU.S.A. (AL, AR, GA, IN, IL, KS, KY, LA, MO, MS, OH, OK, PA, TN, WV)......doT816NANA
Rabbitsfoot, roughQuadrula cylindrica strigillataU.S.A. (TN, VA)NAE60217.95(f)NA
Riffleshell, northernEpioblasma torulosa rangianaU.S.A. (IL, IN, KY, MI, OH, PA, WV), Canada (Ont.)EntireE488NANA
Riffleshell, tanEpioblasma florentina walkeri (=E. walkeri)U.S.A. (AL, KY, NC, TN, VA)......doE27NANA
Pink, ring (mussel)Obovaria retusaU.S.A. (AL, IL, IN, KY, OH, PA, TN, WV)NAE369NANA
      Do......do......doU.S.A. (TN—specified portions of the French Broad and Holston Rivers; see 17.85(b)(1))XNNA17.85(b)
Sandshell, southernHamiota australisU.S.A. (AL, FL)NAT80817.95(f)NA
SheepnosePlethobasus cyphyusU.S.A. (AL, IL, IN, IA, KY, MN, MS, MO, OH, PA, TN, VA, WV, WI)NAENANA
Slabshell, ChipolaElliptio chipolaensisU.S.A. (AL, FL)NAT63317.95(f)NA
SpectaclecaseCumberlandia monodontaU.S.A. (AL, AR, IL, IN, IA, KS, KY, MN, MO, OH, TN, VA, WV, WI)NAENANA
Spinymussel, AltamahaElliptio spinosaU.S.A. (GA)EntireE79617.95(f)NA
Spinymussel, James Pleurobema collinaU.S.A. (VA, WV)......doE316NANA
Spinymussel, Tar RiverElliptio steinstansanaU.S.A. (NC)......doE188NANA
StirrupshellQuadrula stapesU.S.A. (AL, MS)......doE262NANA
Threeridge, fat (mussel)Amblema neisleriiU.S.A. (FL, GA)NAE63317.95(f)NA
Wartyback, white (pearlymussel)Plethobasus cicatricosusU.S.A. (AL, IL, IN, KY, TN)NAE15NANA
      Do......do......doU.S.A. (TN—specified portions of the French Broad and Holston Rivers; see 17.85(b)(1))XNNA17.85(b)
Wedgemussel, dwarfAlasmidonta heterodonU.S.A. (CT, DC, DE, MA, MD, NC, NH, NJ, NY, PA, VA, VT), Canada (N.B.)EntireE377NANA
Snails
Abalone, blackHaliotis cracherodiiNorth America (West coast from Crescent City, CA, USA, to Cape San Lucas, Baja California, MexicoEntireE776226.221NA
Abalone, whiteHaliotis sorenseniNorth America (West coast from Point Conception, CA, U.S.A., to Punta Abreojos, Baja California, Mexico)......do E748NANA
Ambersnail, KanabOxyloma haydeni kanabensisU.S.A. (AZ, UT)......do E431E, 459, 477NANA
Campeloma, slenderCampeloma decampiU.S.A. (AL)......doE688NANA
Cavesnail, Tumbling CreekAntrobia culveriU.S.A. (MO)NAE73117.95(f)NA
Elimia, lacy (snail)Elimia crenatellaU.S.A.(AL)EntireT651NANA
Hornsnail, roughPleurocera foremani......doNAE77717.95(f)NA
Limpet, Banbury SpringsLanx sp.U.S.A. (ID)......do E485NANA
Lioplax, cylindrical (snail)Lioplax cyclostomaformisU.S.A. (AL, GA)......doE651NANA
Marstonia (snail), royal Pyrgulopsis ogmorhapheU.S.A. (TN)......doE538NANA
Pebblesnail, flatLepyrium showalteriU.S.A. (AL)......doE651NANA
Pecos assimineaAssiminea pecosU.S.A. (NM, TX)NAE77017.95(f)NA
Riversnail, Anthony'sAthearnia anthonyiU.S.A. (AL, GA, TN)NAE538NANA
      Do......do......doU.S.A. (AL—specified portions of the Tennessee River; see 17.85(a)(1))XN709NA17.85(a)
      Do......do......doU.S.A. (TN—specified portions of the French Broad and Holston Rivers; see 17.85(b)(1))XNNA17.85(b)
Rocksnail, interruptedLeptoxis foremaniU.S.A. (AL, GA)NAE77717.95(f)NA
Rocksnail, paintedLeptoxis taeniataU.S.A. (AL)EntireT651NANA
Rocksnail, plicateLeptoxis plicata......do......doE651NANA
Rocksnail, roundLeptoxis ampla......do......doT651NANA
Snail, armoredPyrgulopsis (=Marstonia) pachytaU.S.A. (AL)......doE688NANA
Snail, Bliss RapidsTaylorconcha serpenticolaU.S.A. (ID)......doT485NANA
Snail, Chittenango ovate amberSuccinea chittenangoensisU.S.A. (NY)......doT41NANA
Snail, flat-spired three-toothedTriodopsis platysayoidesU.S.A. (WV)......doT41NANA
Snail, Iowa PleistoceneDiscus macclintockiU.S.A. (IA, IL)......doE41NANA
Snail, Lanai treePartulina semicarinataU.S.A. (HI)NAE815NANA
Snail, Lanai treePartulina variabilis......doNAE815NANA
Snail, Manus Island treePapustyla pulcherrimaPacific Ocean—Admiralty Is. (Manus Is.)EntireE3NANA
Snail, Morro shoulderband (=Banded dune)Helminthoglypta walkerianaU.S.A. (CA)NAE56717.95(f)NA
Snail, Newcomb'sErinna newcombiU.S.A. (HI)EntireT68017.95(f)NA
Snail, Newcomb's treeNewcombia cumingi......doNAE815NANA
Snail, noondayMesodon clarki nantahalaU.S.A. (NC)......doT41NANA
Snail, painted snake coiled forestAnguispira pictaU.S.A. (TN)......doT41NANA
Snail, Snake River physaPhysa natricinaU.S.A. (ID)......doE485NANA
Snail, Stock Island treeOrthalicus reses (not incl. nesodryas)U.S.A. (FL)......doT41NANA
Snail, tulotomaTulotoma magnificaU.S.A. (AL)......doT412, 789NANA
Snail, Virginia fringed mountainPolygyriscus virginianusU.S.A. (VA)......doE41NANA
Snails, Oahu treeAchatinella spp.U.S.A. (HI)......doE108, 112NANA
Springsnail, AlamosaTryonia alamosaeU.S.A. (NM)......doE442NANA
Springsnail, Bruneau HotPyrgulopsis bruneauensisU.S.A. (ID)......doE489NANA
Springsnail, ChupaderaPyrgulopsis chupaderaeU.S.A. (NM)NAE17.95(f)NA
Springsnail, Koster'sJuturnia kosteri......doNAE77017.95(f)NA
Springsnail, PhantomPyrgulopsis texanaU.S.A. (TX)NAE81217.95(f)NA
Springsnail, RoswellPyrgulopsis roswellensisU.S.A. (NM)NAE77017.95(f)NA
Springsnail, San BernardinoPyrgulopsis bernardinaU.S.A. (AZ); Mexico (Sonora)EntireT17.95(f)NA
Springsnail, SocorroPyrgulopsis neomexicanaU.S.A. (NM)......doE442NANA
Springsnail, Three ForksPyrgulopsis trivialisU.S.A. (AZ)......doE17.95(f)NA
Tryonia, DiamondPseudotryonia adamantinaU.S.A. (TX)NAE81217.95(f)NA
Tryonia, GonzalesTryonia circumstriata......doNAE81217.95(f)NA
Tryonia, PhantomTryonia cheatumi......doNAE81217.95(f)NA
Insects
Beetle, American buryingNicrophorus americanusU.S.A. (eastern States south to FL, west to SD and TX), eastern CanadaEntire, except where listed as an experimental populationE351NANA
Beetle, American buryingNicrophorus americanusU.S.A. (eastern States south to FL, west to SD and TX), eastern CanadaIn southwestern Missouri, the counties of Cedar, St. Clair, Bates, and VernonXN800NA17.85(c)
Beetle, Casey's JuneDinacoma caseyiU.S.A. (CA)EntireE79317.95(i)NA
Beetle, Coffin Cave moldBatrisodes texanusU.S.A. (TX)......doE327, 513NANA
Beetle, Comal Springs dryopidStygoparnus comalensis......doNAE62917.95(i)NA
Beetle, Comal Springs riffleHeterelmis comalensis......doNAE62917.95(i)NA
Beetle, delta green groundElaphrus viridisU.S.A. (CA)EntireT10017.95(i)NA
Beetle, Helotes moldBatrisodes venyiviU.S.A. (TX)NAE70617.95(i)NA
Beetle, Hungerford's crawling waterBrychius hungerfordiU.S.A. (MI, Canada)EntireE533NANA
Beetle, Kretschmarr Cave moldTexamaurops reddelliU.S.A. (TX)......doE327, 513NANA
Beetle, Mount Hermon JunePolyphylla barbataU.S.A. (CA)......doE605NANA
Beetle, [no common name]Rhadine exilisU.S.A. (TX)NAE70617.95(i)NA
Beetle, [no common name]Rhadine infernalis......doNAE70617.95(i)NA
Beetle, northeastern beach tigerCicindela dorsalis dorsalisU.S.A. (CT, MA, MD, NJ, NY, PA, RI, VA)EntireT396NANA
Beetle, Ohlone tigerCicindela ohlone (CA)U.S.A. (CA)NAE713NANA
Beetle, Puritan tigerCicindela puritanaU.S.A. (CT, MA, MD, NH, VT)EntireT396NANA
Beetle, Salt Creek tigerCicindela nevadica lincolnianaU.S.A. (NE)......doE75417.95(i)NA
Beetle, Tooth Cave groundRhadine persephoneU.S.A. (TX)......doE327NANA
Beetle, valley elderberry longhornDesmocerus californicus dimorphusU.S.A. (CA)......doT9917.95(i)NA
Butterfly, Bartram's scrub-hairstreakStrymon acis bartramiU.S.A. (FL)NAE84317.95(i)NA
Butterfly, bay checkerspotEuphydryas editha bayensisU.S.A. (CA)EntireT28817.95(i)NA
Butterfly, Behren's silverspotSpeyeria zerene behrensii......do......doE628NANA
Butterfly, callippe silverspotSpeyeria callippe callippe......do......doE628NANA
Butterfly, cassius blueLeptotes cassius theonusU.S.A. (FL), Bahamas, Greater Antilles, Cayman IslandsCoastal south and central FLT (S/A)801NA17.47(a)
Butterfly, ceraunus blueHemiargus ceraunus antibubastusU.S.A. (FL), Bahamas......doT (S/A)801NA17.47 (a)
Butterfly, Corsican swallowtailPapilio hospitonCorsica, SardiniaEntireE486NANA
Butterfly, El Segundo blueEuphilotes battoides allyniU.S.A. (CA)......doE14NANA
Butterfly, Fender's blueIcaricia icarioides fenderiU.S.A. (OR)NAE67917.95(i)NA
Butterfly, Florida leafwingAnaea troglodyta floridalisU.S.A. (FL)NAE84317.95(i)NA
Butterfly, Homerus swallowtailPapilio homerusJamaicaEntireE486NANA
Butterfly, Karner blueLycaeides melissa samuelisU.S.A. (IL, IN, MA, MI, MN, NH, NY, OH, PA, WI), Canada (Ont.)......doE484NANA
Butterfly, Lange's metalmarkApodemia mormo langeiU.S.A. (CA)......doE14NANA
Butterfly, lotis blueLycaeides argyrognomon lotis......do......doE14NANA
Butterfly, Luzon peacock swallowtailPapilio chikaePhilippines......doE486NANA
Butterfly, Miami blueCyclargus thomasi bethunebakeriU.S.A. (FL), BahamasNAE801NANA
Butterfly, mission blueIcaricia icarioides missionensisU.S.A. (CA)EntireE14NANA
Butterfly, Mitchell's satyrNeonympha mitchellii mitchelliiU.S.A. (IN, MI, NJ, OH)......doE428E, 469NANA
Butterfly, Mount Charleston bluePlebejus shasta charlestonensisSpring Mountains, Clark County, NV, U.S.A......doE820NANA
Butterfly, Myrtle's silverspotSpeyeria zerene myrtleaeU.S.A. (CA)......doE472NANA
Butterfly, nickerbean blueCyclargus ammonU.S.A. (FL), Bahamas, CubaCoastal south and central FLT(S/A)801NA17.47 (a)
Butterfly, Oregon silverspotSpeyeria zerene hippolytaU.S.A. (CA, OR, WA)EntireT9517.95(i)NA
Butterfly, Palos Verdes blueGlaucopsyche lygdamus palosverdesensisU.S.A. (CA)......doE9617.95(i)NA
Butterfly, Queen Alexandra's birdwingTroides alexandraePapua New Guinea......doE364NANA
Butterfly, Quino checkerspotEuphydryas edith quinoU.S.A. (CA), Mexico......doE60417.95(i)NA
Butterfly, Saint Francis' satyrNeonympha mitchellii francisciU.S.A. (NC)......doE539E, 574NANA
Butterfly, San Bruno elfinCallophrys mossii bayensisU.S.A. (CA)......doE14NANA
Butterfly, Schaus swallowtailHeraclides aristodemus ponceanusU.S.A. (FL)......doE13, 159NANA
Butterfly, Smith's blueEuphilotes enoptes smithiU.S.A. (CA)......doE14NANA
Butterfly, Taylor's checkerspotEuphydryas editha tayloriU.S.A. (WA, OR), Canada (BC)NAE82417.95(i)NA
Butterfly, Uncompahgre fritillaryBoloria acrocnemaU.S.A. (CO)EntireE427NANA
Damselfly, blackline HawaiianMegalagrion nigrohamatum nigrolineatumU.S.A. (HI)NAE17.95(i)NA
Damselfly, crimson HawaiianMegalagrion leptodemas......doNAE17.95(i)NA
Damselfly, flying earwig HawaiianMegalagrion nesiotes......doNAE271NANA
Damselfly, oceanic HawaiianMegalagrion oceanicum......doNAE17.95(i)NA
Damselfly, Pacific HawaiianMegalagrion pacificum......doNAE271NANA
Dragonfly, Hine's emeraldSomatochlora hineanaU.S.A. (AL, IL, IN, MI, MO, OH, and WI)NAE57317.95(i)NA
Fly, Delhi Sands flower-lovingRhaphiomidas terminatus abdominalisU.S.A. (CA)EntireE517NANA
Fly, Hawaiian picture-wingDrosophila aglaiaU.S.A. (HI)NAE75617.95(i)NA
Fly, Hawaiian picture-wingDrosophila differens......doNAE75617.95(i)NA
Fly, Hawaiian picture-wingDrosophila digressa......doEntireE818NANA
Fly, Hawaiian picture-wingDrosophila hemipeza......doNAE75617.95(i)NA
Fly, Hawaiian picture-wingDrosophila heteroneura......doNAE75617.95(i)NA
Fly, Hawaiian picture-wingDrosophila montgomeryi......doNAE75617.95(i)NA
Fly, Hawaiian picture-wingDrosophila mulli......doNAT75617.95(i)NA
Fly, Hawaiian picture-wingDrosophila musaphilia......doNAE75617.95(i)NA
Fly, Hawaiian picture-wingDrosophila neoclavisetae......doNAE75617.95(i)NA
Fly, Hawaiian picture-wingDrosophila obatai......doNAE75617.95(i)NA
Fly, Hawaiian picture-wingDrosophila ochrobasis......doNAE75617.95(i)NA
Fly, Hawaiian picture-wingDrosophila sharpi......doNAE76517.95(i)NA
Fly, Hawaiian picture-wingDrosophila substenoptera......doNAE75617.95(i)NA
Fly, Hawaiian picture-wingDrosophila tarphytrichia......doNAE75617.95(i)NA
Grasshopper, Zayante band-wingedTrimerotropis infantilisU.S.A. (CA)NAE60517.95(i)NA
Moth, Blackburn's sphinxManduca blackburniU.S.A. (HI)NAE68217.95(i)NA
Moth, Kern primrose sphinxEuproserpinus euterpeU.S.A. (CA)EntireT91NANA
Naucorid, Ash MeadowsAmbrysus amargosusU.S.A. (NV)......doT18117.95(i)NA
Skipper, Carson wanderingPseudocopaeodes eunus obscurusU.S.A. (CA, NV)U.S.A., (Lassen County, CA; Washoe County, NV)E730NANA
Skipper, Laguna MountainsPyrgus ruralis lagunaeU.S.A. (CA)EntireE60417.95(i)NA
Skipper, Pawnee montaneHesperia leonardus montanaU.S.A. (CO)......doT289NANA
Arachnids
Harvestman, Bee Creek CaveTexella reddelliU.S.A. (TX)......doE327, 513NANA
Harvestman, Bone CaveTexella reyesi......do......doE327, 513NANA
Harvestman, Cokendolpher caveTexella cokendolpheri......doNAE70617.95(g)NA
Meshweaver, Braken Bat CaveCircurina venii......doNAE70617.95(g)NA
Meshweaver, Government Canyon Bat CaveCicurina vespera......doNAE70617.95(g)NA
Meshweaver, Madla CaveCicurina madla......doNAE70617.95(g)NA
Meshweaver, Robber Baron CaveCicurina baronia......doNAE70617.95(g)NA
Pseudoscorpion, Tooth CaveTartarocreagris texana......doEntireE327NANA
Spider, Government Canyon Bat CaveNeoleptoneta microps......doNAE70617.95(g)NA
Spider, Kauai cave wolfAdelocosa anopsU.S.A. (HI)NAE67617.95(g)NA
Spider, spruce-fir mossMicrohexura montivagaU.S.A. (NC, TN)NAE57617.95(g)NA
Spider, Tooth CaveNeoleptoneta myopicaU.S.A. (TX)EntireE327NANA
Crustaceans
Amphipod, diminutiveGammarus hyalleloidesU.S.A. (TX)NAE81217.95(h)NA
Amphipod, Hay's SpringStygobromus hayiU.S.A. (DC)EntireE115NANA
Amphipod, Illinois caveGammarus acherondytesU.S.A. (IL)......doE642NANA
Amphipod, Kauai caveSpelaeorchestia koloanaU.S.A. (HI)NAE67617.95(h)NA
Amphipod, Noel'sGammarus desperatusU.S.A. (NM)NAE77017.95(h)NA
Amphipod, Peck's caveStygobromus (=Stygonectes) PeckiU.S.A. (TX)NAE62917.95(h)NA
Amphipod, PecosGammarus pecos......doNAE81217.95(h)NA
Crayfish, cave Cambarus aculabrumU.S.A. (AR)EntireE499NANA
      DoCambarus zophonastes......do......doE263NANA
Crayfish, NashvilleOrconectes shoupiU.S.A. (TN)......doE242NANA
Crayfish, Shasta Pacifastacus fortisU.S.A. (CA)......doE337NANA
Fairy shrimp, ConservancyBranchinecta conservatio......do......doE55217.95(h)NA
Fairy shrimp, longhornBranchinecta longiantenna......do......doE55217.95(h)NA
Fairy shrimp, RiversideStreptocephalus woottoni......do......doE51217.95(h)NA
Fairy shrimp, San DiegoBranchinecta sandiegonensis......doNAE60817.95(h)NA
Fairy shrimp, vernal poolBranchinecta lynchiU.S.A. (CA, OR)EntireE55217.95(h)NA
Isopod, Lee County caveLirceus usdagalunU.S.A. (VA)......doE483NANA
Isopod, Madison CaveAntrolana lira......do......doT123NA17.46(a)
Isopod, SocorroThermosphaeroma thermophilusU.S.A. (NM)......doE36NANA
Shrimp, Alabama cavePalaemonias alabamaeU.S.A. (AL)......doE323NANA
Shrimp, anchialine poolVetericaris chaceorumU.S.A. (HI)......doE818NANA
Shrimp, California freshwaterSyncaris pacificaU.S.A. (CA)......doE340NANA
Shrimp, Kentucky cavePalaemonias ganteriU.S.A. (KY)......doE13517.95(h)NA
Shrimp, Squirrel Chimney Cave Palaemonetes cummingiU.S.A. (FL)......doT390NANA
Tadpole shrimp, vernal poolLepidurus packardiU.S.A. (CA)......doE55217.95(h)NA
Corals
Coral, [no common name]Acropora globicepsU.S.A. (Guam, Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, Pacific Remote Island Areas, American Samoa); and wider Indo-PacificEntireT853NANA
Coral, [no common name]Acropora jacquelineaeU.S.A. (American Samoa); and wider Indo-PacificEntireT853NANA
Coral, [no common name]Acropora lokaniIndo-PacificEntireT853NANA
Coral, [no common name]Acropora pharaonisIndo-PacificEntireT853NANA
Coral, [no common name]Acropora retusaU.S.A. (Guam, Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, Pacific Remote Island Areas, American Samoa); and wider Indo-PacificEntireT853NANA
Coral, [no common name]Acropora rudisU.S.A. (American Samoa); and wider Indo-PacificEntireT853NANA
Coral, [no common name]Acropora speciosaU.S.A. (Pacific Remote Island Areas, American Samoa); and wider Indo-PacificEntireT853NANA
Coral, [no common name]Acropora tenellaIndo-PacificEntireT853NANA
Coral, [no common name]Anacropora spinosaIndo-PacificEntireT853NANA
Coral, [no common name]Euphyllia paradivisaU.S.A. (American Samoa); and wider Indo-PacificEntireT853NANA
Coral, [no common name]Isopora crateriformisU.S.A. (American Samoa); and wider Indo-PacificEntireT853NANA
Coral, [no common name]Montipora australiensisIndo-PacificEntireT853NANA
Coral, [no common name]Pavona diffluensIndo-PacificEntireT853NANA
Coral, [no common name]Porites napoporaIndo-PacificEntireT853NANA
Coral, [no common name]Seriatopora aculeataU.S.A. (Guam, Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands); and wider Indo-PacificEntireT853NANA
Coral, boulder starOrbicella franksiU.S.A. (FL, PR, USVI, Gulf of Mexico); and wider CaribbeanEntireT853NANA
Coral, elkhornAcropora palmataU.S.A. (FL, PR, USVI); and wider CaribbeanEntireT853226.216223.208
Coral, lobed starOrbicella annularisU.S.A. (FL, PR, USVI, Gulf of Mexico); and wider CaribbeanEntireT853NANA
Coral, mountainous starOrbicella faveolataU.S.A. (FL, PR, USVI, Gulf of Mexico); and wider CaribbeanEntireT853NANA
Coral, pillarDendrogyra cylindrusU.S.A. (FL, PR, USVI); and wider CaribbeanEntireT853NANA
Coral, rough cactusMycetophyllia feroxU.S.A. (FL, PR, USVI); and wider CaribbeanEntireT853NANA
Coral, staghornAcropora cervicornisU.S.A. (FL, PR, USVI); and wider CaribbeanEntireT853226.216223.208

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”.

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.

786—79 FR 35900; June 24, 2014.

787—76 FR 18102; April 1, 2011.

789—76 FR 31873, June 2, 2011.

790—78 FR 38189; June 25, 2013.

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.

804—78 FR 15640; March 12, 2013.

807—77 FR 45893; August 1, 2012.

808—77 FR 61703; October 10, 2012.

810—77 FR 60800; October 4, 2012.

812—78 FR 41257; July 9, 2013.

813—78 FR 64733; October 29, 2013.

814—78 FR 61219; October 3, 2013.

815—78 FR 32063; May 28, 2013.

816—78 FR 57096; September 17, 2013.

817—78 FR 51325; August 20, 2013.

818—78 FR 64688; October 29, 2013.

819—78 FR 55627; September 10, 2013.

820—78 FR 57775; September 19, 2013.

822—78 FR 61042; October 2, 2013.

823—78 FR 58954; September 25, 2013.

824—78 FR 61502; October 3, 2013.

825—78 FR 59287; September 26, 2013.

826—78 FR 60782; October 2, 2013.

827—78 FR 60783; October 2, 2013.

828—79 FR 19794; April 9, 2014.

829—79 FR 20107; April 11, 2014.

831—79 FR 20070; April 10, 2014.

832—79 FR 28849; May 20, 2014.

834—79 FR 24310; April 29, 2014.

835—79 FR 26186; May 7, 2014.

837—79 FR 37103; June 30, 2014.

840—79 FR 45286; August 4, 2014.

841—79 FR 60378; October 7, 2014.

843—79 FR 49023; August 19, 2014.

846—79 FR 51709; August 29, 2014.

850—79 FR 60038; October 3, 2014.

853—79 FR 67357; November 13, 2014.

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.

§17.12   Endangered and threatened plants.

(a) The list in this section contains the names of all species of plants which have been determined by the Services to be Endangered or Threatened. It also contains the names of species of plants 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 “Scientific name” and “Common name” define the species of plant within the meaning of the Act. 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 Botanical 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 plant 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 which describe experimental populations and determine if they are essential or nonessential. Separate listings 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 plants, 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 (see §17.11(g) for examples).

(h) The “List of Endangered and Threatened Plants” is provided below:

SpeciesHistoric rangeFamilyStatusWhen listedCritical habitatSpecial rules
Scientific nameCommon name
Flowering Plants
Abronia macrocarpaLarge-fruited sand-verbenaU.S.A. (TX)NyctaginaceaeE331NANA
Abutilon eremitopetalumNoneU.S.A. (HI)MalvaceaeE435NANA
Abutilon menziesiiKo‘oloa‘ula......do......doE243NANA
Abutilon sandwicenseNone......do......doE44817.99(i)NA
Acaena exiguaLiliwai......doRosaceaeE467NANA
Acanthomintha ilicifoliaSan Diego thornmintU.S.A. (CA), MexicoLamiaceaeT64917.96(a)NA
Acanthomintha obovata ssp. duttoniiSan Mateo thornmintU.S.A. (CA)......doE204NANA
Achyranthes muticaNoneU.S.A (HI)AmaranthaceaeE59217.99(k)NA
Achyranthes splendens var. rotundataRound-leaved chaff flower......do......doE22017.99(i)NA
Acmispon dendroideus var. traskiaeSan Clemente Island lotusU.S.A. (CA)FabaceaeT26NANA
Aconitum noveboracenseNorthern wild monkshoodU.S.A. (IA, NY, OH, WI)RanunculaceaeT39NANA
Aeschynomene virginicaSensitive joint-vetchU.S.A. (DE, MD, NC, NJ, PA, VA)FabaceaeT470NANA
Agalinis acutaSandplain gerardiaU.S.A. (CT, MA, MD, NY, RI)ScrophulariaceaeE325NANA
Agave eggersianaNo common nameSt. Croix, USVIAgavaceaeE84817.96(a)NA
Alectryon macrococcusMahoeU.S.A. (HI)SapindaceaeE46717.99(a)(1), (c), (e)(1), and (i)NA
Allium munziiMunz's onionU.S.A. (CA)AlliaceaeE65017.96 (a)NA
Alopecurus aequalis var. sonomensisSonoma alopecurus......doPoaceaeE625NANA
Alsinidendron lychnoidesKuawawaenohuU.S.A. (HI)CaryophyllaceaeE59017.99(a)(1)NA
Alsinidendron viscosumNone......do......doE59017.99(a)(1)NA
Amaranthus brownii......do......doAmaranthaceaeE58717.99(g)NA
Amaranthus pumilusSeabeach amaranthU.S.A. (DE, MA, MD, NC, NJ, NY, RI, SC, VA)......doT498NANA
Ambrosia cheiranthifoliaSouth Texas ambrosiaU.S.A. (TX)AsteraceaeE547NANA
Ambrosia pumilaSan Diego ambrosiaU.S.A. (CA), Mexico......doE72717.96NA
Amorpha crenulataCrenulate lead-plantU.S.A. (FL)FabaceaeE192NANA
Amphianthus pusillusLittle amphianthusU.S.A. (AL, GA, SC)ScrophulariaceaeT302NANA
Amsinckia grandifloraLarge-flowered fiddleneckU.S.A. (CA)BoraginaceaeE17917.96(a)NA
Amsonia kearneyanaKearney's blue-starU.S.A. (AZ)ApocynaceaeE343NANA
Ancistrocactus tobuschiiTobusch fishhook cactusU.S.A. (TX)CactaceaeE80NANA
Apios priceanaPrice's potato-beanU.S.A. (AL, IL, KY, MS, TN)FabaceaeT373NANA
Arabis georgianaGeorgia rockcressU.S.A. (GA, AL)BrassicaceaeT84917.96(a)NA
Arabis hoffmanniiHoffmann's rock-cressU.S.A. (CA)......doE623NANA
Arabis mcdonaldianaMcDonald's rock-cress......do......doE44NANA
Arabis perstellataBraun's Rock-cressU.S.A. (KY, TN)......doE57017.96(a)NA
Arabis serotinaShale barren rock-cressU.S.A. (VA, WV)......doE352NANA
Arctomecon humilisDwarf bear-poppyU.S.A. (UT)PapaveraceaeE78NANA
Arctostaphylos confertifloraSanta Rosa Island manzanitaU.S.A. (CA)EricaceaeE623NANA
Arctostaphylos franciscanaFranciscan manzanita......do......doE80917.96(a)NA
Arctostaphylos glandulosa ssp. crassifoliaDel Mar manzanitaU.S.A. (CA), Mexico.......doE589NANA
Arctostaphylos hookeri var. raveniiPresidio manzanitaU.S.A. (CA)......doE65NANA
Arctostaphylos morroensisMorro manzanita......do......doT567NANA
Arctostaphylos myrtifoliaIone manzanita......do......doT661NANA
Arctostaphylos pallidaPallid manzanita......do......doT635NANA
Arenaria cumberlandensisCumberland sandwortU.S.A. (KY, TN)CaryophyllaceaeE311NANA
Arenaria paludicolaMarsh sandwortU.S.A. (CA,OR,WA)......doE511NANA
Arenaria ursinaBear Valley sandwortU.S.A. (CA)......doT64417.96(a)NA
Argemone pleiacantha ssp. pinnatisectaSacramento prickly-poppyU.S.A. (NM)PapaveraceaeE360NANA
Argyroxiphium kauenseMauna Loa silverswordU.S.A. (HI)AsteraceaeE49717.99(k)NA
Argyroxiphium sandwicense ssp. macrocephalum‘Ahinahina......do......doT46717.99(e)(1)NA
Argyroxiphium sandwicense ssp. sandwicense‘Ahinahina ......do......doE219NANA
Aristida chaseaeNoneU.S.A. (PR)PoaceaeE501NANA
Aristida portoricensisPelos del diablo......do......doE398NANA
Asclepias meadiiMead's milkweedU.S.A. (IA, IL, IN, KS, MO, WI)AsclepiadaceaeT321NANA
Asclepias welshiiWelsh's milkweedU.S.A. (AZ, UT)......doT29517.96(a)NA
Asimina tetrameraFour-petal pawpawU.S.A. (FL)AnnonaceaeE244NANA
Astelia waialealaePainiuU.S.A. (HI)AsteliaceaeE76517.99(a)NA
Astragalus albensCushenbury milk-vetchU.S.A. (CA)FabaceaeE54817.96(a)NA
Astragalus ampullarioidesShivwits milk-vetchU.S.A. (UT)......doE71117.96(a)NA
Astragalus applegateiApplegate's milk-vetchU.S.A. (OR)......doE510NANA
Astragalus bibullatusGuthrie's (=Pyne's) ground-plumU.S.A. (TN)......doE437NANA
Astragalus brauntoniiBraunton's milk-vetchU.S.A. (CA)......doE60617.96(a)NA
Astragalus clarianusClara Hunt's milk-vetch......do......doE625NANA
Astragalus cremnophylax var. cremnophylaxSentry milk-vetchU.S.A. (AZ)......doE409NANA
Astragalus desereticusDeseret milk-vetchU.S.A. (UT)......doT668NANA
Astragalus holmgreniorumHolmgren milk-vetchU.S.A. (UT, AZ)......doE71117.96(a)NA
Astragalus humillimusMancos milk-vetchU.S.A. (CO, NM)......doE187NANA
Astragalus jaegerianusLane Mountain milk-vetchU.S.A. (CA)Fabaceae—PeaE64717.96(a)NA
Astragalus lentiginosus var. coachellaeCoachella Valley milk-vetch......doFabaceaeE64717.96(a)NA
Astragalus lentiginosus var. piscinensisFish Slough milk-vetch......do......doT64717.96(a)NA
Astragalaus magdalenae var. peirsoniiPeirson's milk-vetch......doFabaceae—PeaT64717.96(a)NA
Astragalus montiiHeliotrope milk-vetchU.S.A. (UT)FabaceaeT29817.96(a)NA
Astragalus osterhoutiiOsterhout milk-vetchU.S.A. (CO)......doE353NANA
Astragalus phoenixAsh Meadows milk-vetchU.S.A. (NV)......doT18117.96(a)NA
Astragalus pycnostachyus var. lanosissimusVentura Marsh milk-vetchU.S.A. (CA)Fabaceae—Pea FamilyE70817.96(a)NA
Astragalus robbinsii var. jesupiJesup's milk-vetchU.S.A. (NH, VT)FabaceaeE271NANA
Astragalus tener var. titiCoastal dunes milk-vetchU.S.A. (CA)......doE640NANA
Astragalus tricarinatusTriple-ribbed milk-vetch......do......doE647NANA
Astrophytum asteriasStar cactusU.S.A. (TX), MexicoCactaceaeE521NANA
Atriplex coronata var. notatiorSan Jacinto Valley crownscaleU.S.A. (CA)Chenopodiaceae—Goosefoot FamilyE65017.96 (a) (No areas designated)NA
Auerodendron pauciflorumNoneU.S.A. (PR)RhamnaceaeE531NANA
Ayenia limitarisTexas ayeniaU.S.A. (TX), MexicoSterculiaceaeE547NANA
Baccharis vanessaeEncinitas baccharis U.S.A. (CA)AsteraceaeT589NANA
Banara vanderbiltiiPalo de RamónU.S.A. (PR)FlacourtiaceaeE255NANA
Baptisia arachniferaHairy rattleweedU.S.A. (GA)FabaceaeE39NANA
Berberis neviniiNevin's barberryU.S.A. (CA)BerberidaceaeE64817.96(a)NA
Berberis pinnata ssp. insularisIsland barberry......do......doE623NANA
Betula uberVirginia round-leaf birchU.S.A. (VA)BetulaceaeT39, 560NANA
Bidens amplectensKookoolauU.S.A. (HI)AsteraceaeE80617.99(i)NA
Bidens campylotheca ssp. pentamera......do......do......doE815NANA
Bidens campylotheca ssp. waihoiensis......do......do......doE815NANA
Bidens conjuncta......do......do......doE815NANA
Bidens hillebrandiana ssp. hillebrandiana......do......do......doE818NANA
Bidens micrantha ssp. ctenophylla......do......do......doE818NANA
Bidens micrantha ssp. kalealaha......do......do......doE46717.96(b) and 17.99(e)(1)NA
Bidens wiebkei......do......do......doE48017.99(c)NA
Blennosperma bakeriSonoma sunshine U.S.A. (CA)......doE453NANA
Boltonia decurrensDecurrent false asterU.S.A. (IL, MO)......doT341NANA
Bonamia grandifloraFlorida bonamiaU.S.A. (FL)ConvolvulaceaeT297NANA
Bonamia menziesiiNoneU.S.A. (HI)......doE55917.99(a)(1), (e)(1), (i), and (k)NA
Brickellia mosieriBrickell-bush, FloridaU.S.A. (FL)AsteraceaeE844NANA
Brighamia insignisOluluU.S.A. (HI)CampanulaceaeE53017.99(a)(1) and (a)(2)NA
Brighamia rockiiPua ala......do......doE48017.99(c) and (e)(1)NA
Brodiaea filifoliaThread-leaved brodiaeaU.S.A. (CA)ThemidaceaeT65017.96(a)NA
Brodiaea pallidaChinese Camp brodiaea......doLiliaceaeT643NANA
Buxus vahliiVahl's boxwoodU.S.A. (PR, VI)BuxaceaeE197NANA
Calamagrostis hillebrandiiNoneU.S.A. (HI)PoaceaeE815NANA
Callicarpa amplaCapá rosa U.S.A. (PR)VerbenaceaeE461NANA
Callirhoe scabriusculaTexas poppy-mallowU.S.A. (TX)MalvaceaeE109, 112NANA
Calochortus tiburonensisTiburon mariposa lilyU.S.A. (CA)LiliaceaeT575NANA
Calyptranthes thomasianaNoneU.S.A. (PR, VI) British VIMyrtaceaeE529NANA
Calyptridium pulchellumMariposa pussypawsU.S.A. (CA)PortulacaceaeT643NANA
Calyptronoma rivalisPalma de manaca U.S.A. (PR)ArecaceaeT375NANA
Calystegia stebbinsiiStebbins' morning-gloryU.S.A. (CA)ConvolvulaceaeE596NANA
Camissonia benitensisSan Benito evening-primrose......doOnagraceaeT172NANA
Campanula robinsiaeBrooksville bellflowerU.S.A. (FL)CampanulaceaeE356NANA
Canavalia molokaiensisAwikiwikiU.S.A. (HI)FabaceaeE48017.99(c)NA
Canavalia napaliensis......do......do......doE76517.99(a)NA
Canavalia pubescens......do......do......doE815NANA
Cardamine micrantheraSmall-anthered bittercressU.S.A. (NC, VA)BrassicaceaeE363NANA
Carex albidaWhite sedgeU.S.A. (CA)CyperaceaeE625NANA
Carex luteaGolden sedgeU.S.A. (NC)......doE72117.96(a)NA
Carex specuicolaNavajo sedgeU.S.A. (AZ, UT)......doT17817.96(a)NA
Castilleja affinis ssp. neglectaTiburon paintbrushU.S.A. (CA)ScrophulariaceaeE575NANA
Castilleja campestris ssp. succulentaFleshy owl's-clover......do......doT61117.96(a)NA
Castilleja cinereaAsh-gray Indian paintbrush......doOrobanchaceaeT64417.96(a)NA
Castilleja griseaSan Clemente Island Paintbrush......do......doT26NANA
Castilleja levisectaGolden paintbrushU.S.A. (OR, WA), Canada (B.C.)......doT615NANA
Castilleja mollisSoft-leaved paintbrushU.S.A. (CA)......doE623NANA
Catesbaea melanocarpaNoneU.S.A. (PR, VI), Antigua, Barbuda, GuadalupeRubiaceaeE65717.96(a)NA
Caulanthus californicusCalifornia jewelflowerU.S.A. (CA)BrassicaceaeE395NANA
Ceanothus ferrisaeCoyote ceanothus ......doRhamnaceaeE575NANA
Ceanothus ophiochilusVail Lake ceanothus......do......doT64817.96(a)NA
Ceanothus roderickiiPine Hill ceanothus......do......doE596NANA
Cenchrus agrimonioidesKamanomanoU.S.A. (HI)PoaceaeE59217.99(e)(1) and (i)NA
Centaurium namophilumSpring-loving centauryU.S.A. (CA, NV)GentianaceaeT18117.96(a)NA
Centaurium sebaeoidesAwiwiU.S.A. (HI)......doE44817.99(a)(1), (c), (e)(1), and (i)NA
Cercocarpus traskiaeCatalina Island mountain-mahoganyU.S.A. (CA)RosaceaeE624NANA
Cereus eriophorus var. fragransFragrant prickly-appleU.S.A. (FL)CactaceaeE208NANA
Chamaecrista glandulosa var. mirabilisNoneU.S.A. (PR)FabaceaeE379NANA
Chamaesyce celastroides var. kaenanaAkokoU.S.A. (HI)EuphorbiaceaeE44817.99(i)NA
Chamaesyce deltoidea ssp. deltoideaDeltoid spurgeU.S.A. (FL)......doE192NANA
Chamaesyce deppeanaAkokoU.S.A. (HI)......doE53617.99(i)NA
Chamaesyce eleanoriae......do......do......doE76517.99(a)NA
Chamaesyce garberiGarber's spurgeU.S.A. (FL)......doT192NANA
Chamaesyce halemanuiNoneU.S.A. (HI)......doE46417.99(a)(1)NA
Chamaesyce herbstiiAkoko......do......doE59117.99(i)NA
Chamaesyce hooveriHoover's spurgeU.S.A. (CA)......doT61117.96(a)NA
Chamaesyce kuwaleanaAkokoU.S.A. (HI)......doE44817.99(i)NA
Chamaesyce remyi var. kauaiensis......do......do......doE76517.99(a)NA
Chamaesyce remyi var. remyi......do......do......doE76517.99(a)NA
Chamaesyce rockii......do......do......doE59117.99(i)NA
Chamaesyce skottsbergii var. skottsbergiiEwa plains akoko......do......doE12017.99(i)NA
Charpentiera densifloraPapala......doAmaranathaceaeE76517.99(a)NA
Chionanthus pygmaeusPygmy fringe-treeU.S.A. (FL)OleaceaeE256NANA
Chlorogalum purpureumPurple amole (Camatta Canyon amole)U.S.A. (CA)Liliaceae—LilyT68917.96(a)NA
Chorizanthe howelliiHowell's spineflower......doPolygonaceaeE472NANA
Chorizanthe orcuttianaOrcutt's spineflower......do......doE589NANA
Chorizanthe pungens var. hartwegianaBen Lomond spineflower......do......doE528NANA
Chorizanthe pungens var. pungensMonterey Spineflower......doPolygonaceae—BuckwheatT52817.96(a)NA
Chorizanthe robusta var. hartwegiiScotts Valley spineflower......do......doE52817.96(a)NA
Chorizanthe robusta var. robustaRobust Spineflower......do......doE52817.96(b)NA
Chorizanthe validaSonoma spineflower......doPolygonaceaeE472NANA
Chromolaena frustrataCape Sable thoroughwortU.S.A. (FL)AsteraceaeE82617.96(a)NA
      DoU.S.A. (FL)NAE17.96(h)NA
Chrysopsis floridanaFlorida golden asterU.S.A. (FL)AsteraceaeE232NANA
Cirsium fontinale var. fontinaleFountain thistleU.S.A. (CA)......doE575NANA
Cirsium fontinale var. obispoenseChorro Creek bog thistle......do......doE567NANA
Cirsium hydrophilum var. hydrophilumSuisun thistle......do......doE62717.96 (a)NA
Cirsium loncholepisLa Graciosa thistle......doAsteraceae—SunflowerE69117.96(a)NA
Cirsium pitcheriPitcher's thistleU.S.A. (IL, IN, MI, WI), Canada (Ont.)AsteraceaeT315NANA
Cirsium vinaceumSacramento Mountains thistleU.S.A. (NM)......doT276NANA
Clarkia franciscanaPresidio clarkiaU.S.A. (CA)OnagraceaeE575NANA
Clarkia imbricataVine Hill clarkia......do......doE625NANA
Clarkia speciosa ssp. immaculataPismo clarkia......do......doE567NANA
Clarkia springvillensisSpringville clarkia......do......doT643NANA
Clematis morefieldiiMorefield's leather-flowerU.S.A. (AL)RanunculaceaeE468NANA
Clematis socialisAlabama leather-flower......do......doE245NANA
Clermontia drepanomorphaOha waiU.S.A. (HI)CampanulaceaeE59517.99(k)NA
Clermontia lindseyana......do......do......doE53217.99(e)(1) and (k)NA
Clermontia oblongifolia ssp. brevipesOha wai......do......doE48017.99(c)NA
Clermontia oblongifolia ssp. mauiensis......do......do......doE46717.99(e)(1)NA
Clermontia peleana......do......do......doE53217.99(k)NA
Clermontia pyrularia......do......do......doE53217.99(k)NA
Clermontia samuelii......do......do......doE66617.99(e)(1)NA
Clitoria fragransPigeon wingsU.S.A. (FL)FabaceaeT500NANA
Colubrina oppositifoliaKauilaU.S.A. (HI)RhamnaceaeE53217.99(e)(1), (i), and (k)NA
Conradina brevifoliaShort-leaved rosemaryU.S.A. (FL)LamiaceaeE507NANA
Conradina etoniaEtonia rosemary......do......doE507NANA
Conradina glabraApalachicola rosemary......do......doE507NANA
Conradina verticillataCumberland rosemaryU.S.A. (KY, TN)......doT452NANA
Consolea corallicolaCactus, Florida semaphoreU.S.A. (FL)CactaceaeE826NANA
Cordia bellonisNoneU.S.A. (PR)BoraginaceaeE601NANA
Cordylanthus maritimus ssp. maritimusSalt marsh bird's-beakU.S.A. (CA), Mexico (Baja California)ScrophulariaceaeE44NANA
Cordylanthus mollis ssp. mollisSoft bird's-beakU.S.A. (CA)......doE62717.96 (a)NA
Cordylanthus palmatusPalmate-bracted bird's-beak......do......doE235NANA
Cordylanthus tenuis ssp. capillarisPennell's bird's-beak......do......doE575NANA
Cornutia obovataPalo de nigua U.S.A. (PR)VerbenaceaeE307NANA
Coryphantha minimaNellie cory cactusU.S.A. (TX)CactaceaeE81NANA
Coryphantha ramillosaBunched cory cactusU.S.A. (TX), Mexico (Coahuila)......doT77NANA
Coryphantha robbinsorumCochise pincushion cactusU.S.A. (AZ), Mexico (Sonora)......doT214NANA
Coryphantha scheeri var. robustispinaPima pineapple cactus......do......doE515NANA
Coryphantha sneedii var. leeiLee pincushion cactusU.S.A. (NM)......doT61NANA
Coryphantha sneedii var. sneediiSneed pincushion cactusU.S.A. (NM, TX)......doE82NANA
Cranichis ricartiiNoneU.S.A. (PR)OrchidaceaeE451NANA
Crescentia portoricensisHiguero de Sierra......doBignoniaceaeE301NANA
Crotalaria avonensisAvon Park harebellsU.S.A. (FL)FabaceaeE500NANA
Cryptantha crassipesTerlingua Creek cats-eyeU.S.A. (TX)BoraginaceaeE439NANA
Cucurbita okeechobeensis ssp. okeechobeensisOkeechobee gourdU.S.A. (FL)CucurbitaceaeE507NANA
Cyanea acuminataHaHaU.S.A. (HI)CampanulaceaeE59117.99(i)NA
Cyanea asarifolia......do......do......doE53017.99(a)(1)NA
Cyanea asplenifolia......do......do......doE815NANA
Cyanea calycina......do......do......doE80617.99(i)NA
Cyanea copelandii ssp. copelandii......do......do......doE532NANA
Cyanea copelandii ssp. haleakalaensis......do......do......doE66617.99(e)(1)NA
Cyanea (=Rollandia) crispaNone......do......doE53617.99(i)NA
Cyanea dolichopodaHaha......do......doE76517.99(a)NA
Cyanea dunbarii......do......do......doE59417.99(c)NA
Cyanea duvalliorum......do......do......doE815NANA
Cyanea eleeleensis......do......do......doE76517.99(a)NA
Cyanea glabra......do......do......doE66617.99(e)(1)NA
Cyanea grimesiana ssp. grimesiana......do......do......doE592, 81517.99(c), (e)(1), and (i)NA
Cyanea grimesiana ssp. obatae......do......do......doE54117.99(i)NA
Cyanea hamatiflora ssp. carlsonii......do......do......doE53217.99(k)NA
Cyanea hamatiflora ssp. hamatiflora......do......do......doE66617.99(e)(1)NA
Cyanea horridaHaha nui......do......doE815NANA
Cyanea humboltianaHaha......do......doE59117.99(i)NA
Cyanea kolekoleensis......do......do......doE76517.99(a)NA
Cyanea koolauensis......do......do......doE59117.99(i)NA
Cyanea kuhihewa......do......do......doE76517.99(a)NA
Cyanea kunthiana......do......do......doE815NANA
Cyanea lanceolata......do......do......doE80617.99(i)NA
Cyanea lobata......do......do......doE46717.99(e)(1)NA
Cyanea longiflora......do......do......doE59117.99(i)NA
Cyanea macrostegia ssp. gibsoniiNone......do......doE435NANA
Cyanea magnicalyxHaha......do......doE815NANA
Cyanea mannii......do......do......doE48017.99(c)NA
Cyanea maritae......do......do......doE815NANA
Cyanea marksii......do......do......doE818NANA
Cyanea mauiensis......do......do......doE815NANA
Cyanea mceldowneyi......do......do......doE46717.99(e)(1)NA
Cyanea munroi......do......do......doE815NANA
Cyanea obtusa......do......do......doE815NANA
Cyanea pinnatifida......do......do......doE44817.99(i)NA
Cyanea platyphylla......do......do......doE59517.99(k)NA
Cyanea procera......do......do......doE48017.99(c)NA
Cyanea profuga......do......do......doE815NANA
Cyanea purpurellifolia......do......do......doE80617.99(i)NA
Cyanea recta......do......do......doT59017.99(a)(1)NA
Cyanea remyi......do......do......doE59017.99(a)(1)NA
Cyanea shipmanii......do......do......doE53217.99(k)NA
Cyanea solanaceaPopolo......do......doE815NANA
Cyanea st.-johniiHaha......do......doE59117.99(i)NA
Cyanea stictophylla......do......do......doE53217.99(k)NA
Cyanea superbaNone......do......doE43417.99(i)NA
Cyanea tritomanthaAku......do......doE818NANA
Cyanea truncataHaha......do......doE53617.99(i)NA
Cyanea undulataNone......do......doE43617.99(a)(1)NA
Cycladenia humilis var. jonesiiJones cycladeniaU.S.A. (AZ, UT)ApocynaceaeT229NANA
Cyperus pennatiformisNoneU.S.A. (HI)CyperaceaeE55917.99(a)(1), (e)(1), (g), and (i)NA
Cyperus trachysanthosPuukaa......do......doE59217.99(a)(1) and (i)NA
Cyrtandra crenataHa‘iwale......doGesneriaceaeE536NANA
Cyrtandra cyaneoidesMapele......do......doE59017.99(a)(1)NA
Cyrtandra dentataHaiwale......do......doE59117.99(i)NA
Cyrtandra ferripilosa......do......do......doE815NANA
Cyrtandra filipes......do......do......doE815NANA
Cyrtandra giffardii......do......do......doE53217.99(k)NA
Cyrtandra gracilis......do......do......doE80617.99(i)NA
Cyrtandra kaulantha......do......do......doE80617.99(i)NA
Cyrtandra limahuliensis......do......do......doT53017.99(a)(1)NA
Cyrtandra munroi......do......do......doE46717.99(e)(1)NA
Cyrtandra nanawaleensis......do......do......doE818NANA
Cyrtandra oenobarba......do......do......doE76517.99(a)NA
Cyrtandra oxybapha......do......do......doE815NANA
Cyrtandra paliku......do......do......doE76517.99(a)NA
Cyrtandra polyantha......do......do......doE53617.99(i)NA
Cyrtandra sessilis......do......do......doE80617.99(i)NA
Cyrtandra subumbellata......do......do......doE59117.99(i)NA
Cyrtandra tintinnabula......do......do......doE53217.99(k)NA
Cyrtandra viridiflora......do......do......doE59117.99(i)NA
Cyrtandra wagneri......do......do......doE818NANA
Cyrtandra waiolani......do......do......doE80617.99(i)NA
Dalea foliosaLeafy prairie-cloverU.S.A. (AL, IL, TN)FabaceaeE422NANA
Daphnopsis helleranaNoneU.S.A. (PR)ThymelaeaceaeE309NANA
Deeringothamnus pulchellusBeautiful pawpawU.S.A. (FL)AnnonaceaeE244NANA
Deeringothamnus rugeliiRugel's pawpaw......do......doE244NANA
Deinandra (=Hemizonia) conjugensOtay tarplantU.S.A. (CA), MexicoAsteraceae—SunflowerT64917.96(a)NA
Deinandra increscens ssp. villosaGaviota tarplantU.S.A. (CA)......doE69117.96(a)NA
Delissea rhytidospermaNoneU.S.A. (HI)CampanulaceaeE53017.99(a)(1)NA
Delissea rivularisOha......do......doE59017.99(a)(1)NA
Delissea subcordata......do......do......doE59117.99(i)NA
Delissea undulataNone......do......doE59317.99(a)(1) and (k)NA
Delphinium bakeriBaker's larkspurU.S.A. (CA)RanunculaceaeE68117.96(a)NA
Delphinium luteumYellow larkspur......do......doE68117.96(a)NA
Delphinium variegatum ssp. kinkienseSan Clemente Island larkspur......do......doE26NANA
Dicerandra christmaniiGarrett's mintU.S.A. (FL)LamiaceaeE207, 362NANA
Dicerandra cornutissimaLongspurred mint......do......doE207NANA
Dicerandra frutescensScrub mint......do......doE207, 362NANA
Dicerandra immaculataLakela's mint......do......doE180NANA
Diplacus vandenbergensisVandenberg monkeyflowerU.S.A. (CA)PhrymaceaeE847NANA
Dodecahema leptocerasSlender-horned spineflowerU.S.A. (CA)PolygonaceaeE291NANA
Dubautia herbstobataeNaenaeU.S.A. (HI)AsteraceaeE44817.99(i)NA
Dubautia imbricata ssp. imbricata......do......do......doE76517.99(a)NA
Dubautia kalalauensis......do......do......doE76517.99(a)NA
Dubautia kenwoodii......do......do......doE76517.99(a)NA
Dubautia latifolia......do......do......doE46417.99(a)(1)NA
Dubautia pauciflorula......do......do......doE43617.99(a)(1)NA
Dubautia plantaginea ssp. humilis......do......do......doE66617.99(e)(1)NA
Dubautia plantaginea ssp. magnifolia......do......do......doE76517.99(a)NA
Dubautia waialealae......do......do......doE76517.99(a)NA
Dudleya abramsii ssp. parvaConejo dudleyaU.S.A. (CA)CrassulaceaeT606NANA
Dudleya cymosa ssp. marcescensMarcescent dudleya......do......doT606NANA
Dudleya cymosa ssp. ovatifoliaSanta Monica Mountains dudleya......do......doT606NANA
Dudleya nesioticaSanta Cruz Island dudleya......do......doT623NANA
Dudleya setchelliiSanta Clara Valley dudleya......do......doE575NANA
Dudleya stoloniferaLaguna Beach liveforever......do......doT649NANA
Dudleya traskiaeSanta Barbara Island liveforever......do......doE39NANA
Dudleya verityiVerity's dudleya......do......doT606NANA
Echinacea laevigataSmooth coneflowerU.S.A. (GA, MD, NC, PA, SC, VA)AsteraceaeE481NANA
Echinocactus horizonthalonius var. nicholiiNichol's Turk's head cactusU.S.A. (AZ)CactaceaeE71NANA
Echinocereus chisoensis var. chisoensisChisos Mountain hedgehog cactusU.S.A. (TX)......doT335NANA
Echinocereus fendleri var. kuenzleriKuenzler hedgehog cactusU.S.A. (NM)......doE70NANA
Echinocereus reichenbachii var. albertiiBlack lace cactusU.S.A. (TX)......doE68NANA
Echinocereus triglochidiatus var. arizonicusArizona hedgehog cactusU.S.A. (AZ)......doE62NANA
Echinocereus viridiflorus var. davisiiDavis' green pitayaU.S.A. (TX)......doE81NANA
Echinomastus erectocentrus var. acunensisacuña cactusU.S.A. (AZ), Mexico......doE821NANA
Echinomastus mariposensisLloyd's Mariposa cactusU.S.A. (TX), Mexico (Coahuila)......doT77NANA
Enceliopsis nudicaulis var. corrugataAsh Meadows sunrayU.S.A. (NV)AsteraceaeT18117.96(a)NA
Eragrostis fosbergiiFosberg's love grassU.S.A. (HI)PoaceaeE59117.99(i)NA
Eremalche kernensisKern mallowU.S.A. (CA)MalvaceaeE395NANA
Eriastrum densifolium ssp. sanctorumSanta Ana River woolly-star......doPolemoniaceaeE291NANA
Erigeron decumbens var. decumbensWillamette daisyU.S.A. (OR)Asteraceae—Aster familyE67917.96NA
Erigeron parishiiParish's daisyU.S.A. (CA)AsteraceaeT54817.96(a)NA
Erigeron rhizomatusZuni fleabaneU.S.A. (NM)......doT177NANA
Eriodictyon altissimumIndian Knob mountain balmU.S.A. (CA)HydrophyllaceaeE567NANA
Eriodictyon capitatumLompoc yerba santa......doHydrophyllaceae—WaterleafE69117.96(a)NA
Eriogonum apricum (incl. var. prostratum)Ione (incl. Irish Hill) buckwheat......doPolygonaceaeE661NANA
Eriogonum codiumUmtanum desert buckwheatU.S.A. (WA)......doT81117.96(a)NA
Eriogonum gypsophilumGypsum wild-buckwheatU.S.A. (NM)......doT110, 11217.96(a)NA
Eriogonum kennedyi var. austromontanumSouthern mountain wild-buckwheatU.S.A. (CA)......doT64417.96(a)NA
Eriogonum longifolium var. gnaphalifoliumScrub buckwheatU.S.A. (FL)......doT500NANA
Eriogonum ovalifolium var. vineumCushenbury buckwheatU.S.A. (CA)......doE54817.96(a)NA
Eriogonum ovalifolium var. williamsiaeSteamboat buckwheatU.S.A. (NV)......doE237NANA
Eriogonum pelinophilumClay-loving wild-buckwheatU.S.A. (CO)......doE15117.96(a)NA
Eriophyllum latilobumSan Mateo woolly sunflowerU.S.A. (CA)AsteraceaeE575NANA
Eryngium aristulatum var. parishiiSan Diego button-celery......doApiaceaeE512NANA
Eryngium constanceiLoch Lomond coyote-thistle......do......doE194E, 249NANA
Eryngium cuneifoliumSnakerootU.S.A. (FL)......doE256NANA
Erysimum capitatum var. angustatumContra Costa wallflowerU.S.A. (CA)BrassicaceaeE3917.96(a)NA
Erysimum menziesiiMenzies' wallflower......do......doE472NANA
Erysimum teretifoliumBen Lomond wallflower......do......doE528NANA
Erythronium propullansMinnesota dwarf trout lilyU.S.A. (MN)LiliaceaeE221NANA
Eugenia haematocarpaUvilloU.S.A. (PR)MyrtaceaeE564NANA
Eugenia koolauensisNioiU.S.A. (HI)......doE53617.99(c) and (i)NA
Eugenia woodburyanaNoneU.S.A. (PR)......doE551NANA
Euphorbia haeleeleanaAkokoU.S.A. (HI)EuphorbiaceaeE59217.99(a)(1) and (i)NA
Euphorbia telephioidesTelephus spurgeU.S.A. (FL)......doT463NANA
Eutrema penlandiiPenland alpine fen mustardU.S.A. (CO)BrassicaceaeT509NANA
Exocarpos luteolusHeauU.S.A. (HI)SantalaceaeE53017.99(a)(1)NA
Festuca molokaiensisNone......doPoaceaeE815NANA
Flueggea neowawraeaMehamehame......doEuphorbiaceaeE55917.99(a)(1), (c), (e)(1), (i) and (k)NA
Frankenia johnstoniiJohnston's frankeniaU.S.A. (TX), Mexico (Nuevo Leon)FrankeniaceaeE155NANA
Fremontodendron californicum ssp. decumbensPine Hill flannelbushU.S.A. (CA)SterculiaceaeE596NANA
Fremontodendron mexicanumMexican flannelbushU.S.A. (CA), Mexico......doE64817.96(a)NA
Fritillaria gentneriGentner's fritillaryU.S.A. (OR)LiliaceaeE672NANA
Galactia smalliiSmall's milkpeaU.S.A. (FL)FabaceaeE192NANA
Galium buxifoliumIsland bedstrawU.S.A. (CA)RubiaceaeE623NANA
Galium californicum ssp. sierraeEl Dorado bedstraw......do......doE596NANA
Gardenia brighamiiHawaiian gardenia (Na‘u)U.S.A. (HI)......doE198NANA
Gardenia manniiNanu......do......doE59117.99(i)NA
Gaura neomexicana ssp. coloradensisColorado butterfly plantU.S.A. (WY, NE, CO)Onagraceae-Evening PrimroseT70417.96(a)NA
Geocarpon minimumNoneU.S.A. (AR, LA, MO)CaryophyllaceaeT275NANA
Geranium arboreumHawaiian red-flowered geraniumU.S.A. (HI)GeraniaceaeE46517.99(e)(1)NA
Geranium hanaenseNohoanu......do......doE815NANA
Geranium hillebrandii......do......do......doE815NANA
Geranium kauaiense......do......do......doE76517.99(a)NA
Geranium multiflorum......do......do......doE46717.99(e)(1)NA
Gesneria paucifloraNoneU.S.A. (PR)GesneriaceaeT578NANA
Geum radiatumSpreading avensU.S.A. (NC, TN)RosaceaeE381NANA
Gilia tenuiflora ssp. arenariaMonterey giliaU.S.A. (CA)PolemoniaceaeE472NANA
Gilia tenuiflora ssp. hoffmanniiHoffmann's slender-flowered gilia......do......doE623NANA
Goetzea elegansBeautiful goetzea or matabueyU.S.A. (PR)SolanaceaeE176NANA
Gonocalyx concolorNo common namePuerto RicoEricaceaeE84817.96(a)NA
Gouania hillebrandiiNoneU.S.A. (HI)RhamnaceaeE16517.96(a)NA
Gouania meyenii......do......do......doE44817.99(a)(1) and (i)NA
Gouania vitifolia......do......do......doE54117.99(e)(1), and (k)NA
Grindelia fraxino-pratensisAsh Meadows gumplantU.S.A. (CA, NV)AsteraceaeT18117.96(a)NA
Hackelia venustaShowy stickseedU.S.A. (WA)Boraginaceae—BorageE722NANA
Halophila johnsoniiJohnson's seagrassU.S.A. (FL)HydrocharitaceaeT663226.213NA
Haplostachys haplostachyaNoneU.S.A. (HI)LamiaceaeE73NANA
Harperocallis flavaHarper's beautyU.S.A. (FL)LiliaceaeE57NANA
Harrisia aboriginumPrickly-apple, aboriginal......doCactaceaeE826NANA
Harrisia portoricensisHigo chumboU.S.A. (PR)......doT397NANA
Hedeoma todseniiTodsen's pennyroyalU.S.A. (NM)LamiaceaeE110, 11217.96(a)NA
Hedyotis cookianaAwiwiU.S.A. (HI)RubiaceaeE53017.99(a)(1)NA
Hedyotis manniiPilo......do......doE48017.99(e)(1)NA
Hedyotis purpurea var. montanaRoan Mountain bluetU.S.A. (NC, TN)......doE381NANA
Hedyotis schlechtendahliana var. remyiKopaU.S.A. (HI)......doE666NANA
Hedyotis st.-johniiNa Pali beach hedyotis......do......doE44117.99(a)(1)NA
Helenium virginicumVirginia sneezeweedU.S.A. (MO, VA)AsteraceaeT652NANA
Helianthemum greeneiIsland rush-roseU.S.A. (CA)CistaceaeT623NANA
Helianthus paradoxusPecos (=puzzle, =paradox) sunflowerU.S.A. (NM, TX)AsteraceaeT66717.96(a)NA
Helianthus schweinitziiSchweinitz's sunflowerU.S.A. (NC, SC)......doE424NANA
Helianthus verticillatuswhorled sunflowerU.S.A. (AL, GA, TN)......do E842NANA
Helonias bullataSwamp pinkU.S.A. (DE, GA, MD, NC, NJ, NY, SC, VA)LiliaceaeT326NANA
Hesperolinon congestumMarin dwarf-flaxU.S.A. (CA)LinaceaeT575NANA
Hesperomannia arborescensNoneU.S.A. (HI)AsteraceaeE53617.99(c) and (i)NA
Hesperomannia arbuscula......do......do......doE44817.99(e)(1) and (i)NA
Hesperomannia lydgatei......do......do......doE43617.99(a)(1)NA
Hexastylis nanifloraDwarf-flowered heartleafU.S.A. (NC, SC)AristolochiaceaeT347NANA
Hibiscadelphus distansKauai hau kuahiwiU.S.A. (HI)MalvaceaeE225NANA
Hibiscadelphus giffardianusHau kuahiwi......do......doE59517.99(k)NA
Hibiscadelphus hualalaiensis......do......do......doE59517.99(k)NA
Hibiscadelphus woodii......do......do......doE59017.99(a)(1)NA
Hibiscus arnottianus ssp. immaculatusKokio keokeo......do......doE48017.99(c)NA
Hibiscus brackenridgeiMao hau hele......do......doE55917.99(c), (e)(1), (i), and (k)NA
Hibiscus clayiClay's hibiscus......do......doE53017.99(a)(1)NA
Hibiscus dasycalyxNeches River rose-mallowU.S.A. (TX)......doT81417.96(a)NA
Hibiscus waimeae ssp. hanneraeKokio keokeoU.S.A. (HI)......doE59017.99(a)(1)NA
Hoffmannseggia tenellaSlender rush-peaU.S.A. (TX)FabaceaeE209NANA
Holocarpha macradeniaSanta Cruz tarplantU.S.A. (CA)Asteraceae—SunflowerT69017.96(a)NA
Howellia aquatilisWater howelliaU.S.A. (CA, ID, MT, OR, WA)CampanulaceaeT542NANA
Hudsonia montanaMountain golden heatherU.S.A. (NC)CistaceaeT10717.96(a)NA
Hymenoxys herbacea Lakeside daisyU.S.A. (IL, MI, OH), Canada (Ont.)AsteraceaeT310NANA
Hymenoxys texanaTexas prairie dawn-flower U.S.A. (TX)......doE218NANA
Hypericum cumulicolaHighlands scrub hypericumU.S.A. (FL)HypericaceaeE256NANA
Ilex cookiiCook's hollyU.S.A. (PR)AquifoliaceaeE277NANA
Ilex sintenisiiNone......do......doE461NANA
Iliamna coreiPeter's Mountain mallowU.S.A. (VA)MalvaceaeE230NANA
Ipomopsis polyanthaPagosa skyrocketU.S.A. (CO)PolemoniaceaeE79217.96(a)NA
Ipomopsis sancti-spiritusHoly Ghost ipomopsisU.S.A. (NM)......doE535NANA
Iris lacustrisDwarf lake irisU.S.A. (MI, WI), Canada (Ont.)IridaceaeT330NANA
Ischaemum byroneHilo ischaemumU.S.A. (HI)PoaceaeE53217.99(a)(1), (c), (e)(1), and (k)NA
Isodendrion hosakaeAupaka......doViolaceaeT41417.99(k)NA
Isodendrion laurifolium......do......do......doE59217.99(a)(1) and (i)NA
Isodendrion longifolium......do......do......doT59217.99(a)(1) and (i)NA
Isodendrion pyrifoliumWahine noho kula......do......doE53217.99(c), (e)(1), and (i)NA
Isotria medeoloidesSmall whorled pogoniaU.S.A. (CT, DC, DE, GA, IL, MA, MD, ME, MI, MO, NC, NH, NJ, NY, PA, RI, SC, TN, VA, VT,WV), Canada (Ont.)OrchidaceaeT122, 556NANA
Ivesia kingii var. eremicaAsh Meadows ivesiaU.S.A. (NV)RosaceaeT18117.96(a)NA
Ivesia webberiWebber's ivesiaU.S.A. (CA, NV)......do T83617.96(a)NA
Jacquemontia reclinataBeach jacquemontiaU.S.A. (FL)ConvolvulaceaeE523NANA
Jatropha costaricensisCosta Rican jatrophaCosta RicaEuphorbiaceaeE154NANA
Juglans jamaicensisNogal or West Indian walnutU.S.A. (PR), Cuba, HispaniolaJuglandaceaeE603NANA
Justicia cooleyiCooley's water-willowU.S.A. (FL)AcanthaceaeE356NANA
Kadua coriaceaKioeleU.S.A. (HI)RubiaceaeE46717.99(e)(1) and (i)NA
Kadua degeneriNone......do......doE44817.99(i)NA
Kadua parvula......do......do......doE44817.99(i)NA
Kanaloa kahoolawensisKohe malama malama o kanaloa......doFabaceaeE66617.99(e)(2)NA
Keysseria ericiNo common name......doAsteraceaeE76517.99(a)NA
Keysseria helenae......do......do......doE76517.99(a)NA
Kokia cookeiCooke's koki‘o......doMalvaceaeE74NANA
Kokia drynarioidesKoki‘o ......do......doE16717.96(a)NA
Kokia kauaiensis......do......do......doE59017.99(a)(1)NA
Korthalsella degeneriHulumoa......doViscaceaeE80617.99(i)NA
Labordia cyrtandraeKamakahala......doLoganiaceaeE59117.99(i)NA
Labordia helleri......do......do......doE76517.99(a)NA
Labordia lydgatei......do......do......doE43617.99(a)(1)NA
Labordia pumila......do......do......doE76517.99(a)NA
Labordia tinifolia var. lanaiensis......do......do......doE666NANA
Labordia tinifolia var. wahiawaensis......do......do......doE59017.99(a)(1)NA
Labordia triflora......do......do......doE66617.99(c)NA
Lasthenia burkeiBurke's goldfieldsU.S.A. (CA)AsteraceaeE453NANA
Lasthenia conjugensContra Costa goldfields......do......doE61917.96(a)NA
Layia carnosaBeach layia......do......doE472NANA
Leavenworthia crassafleshy-fruit gladecressU.S.A. (AL)BrassicaceaeE842NANA
Leavenworthia exigua var. laciniataKentucky glade cressU.S.A. (KY)......do T83317.96(a)NA
Leavenworthia texanaTexas golden gladecressU.S.A. (TX)......doE81417.96(a)NA
Lembertia congdoniiSan Joaquin wooly-threadsU.S.A. (CA)AsteraceaeE395NANA
Lepanthes eltoroensisNoneU.S.A. (PR)OrchidaceaeE451NANA
Lepidium arbusculaAnaunauU.S.A. (HI)BrassicaceaeE59117.99(i)NA
Lepidium barnebyanumBarneby ridge-cress U.S.A. (UT)......doE402NANA
Lepidium papilliferumSlickspot peppergrassU.S.A. (ID)......doT765NANA
Leptocereus grantianusNoneU.S.A. (PR)CactaceaeE491NANA
Lespedeza leptostachyaPrairie bush-cloverU.S.A. (IA, IL, MN, WI)FabaceaeT254NANA
Lesquerella congestaDudley Bluffs bladderpodU.S.A. (CO)BrassicaceaeT374NANA
Lesquerella kingii ssp. bernardinaSan Bernardino Mountains bladderpodU.S.A. (CA)......doE54817.96(a)NA
Lesquerella lyrataLyrate bladderpodU.S.A. (AL)......doT403NANA
Lesquerella pallidaWhite bladderpodU.S.A. (TX)......doE260NANA
Lesquerella perforataSpring Creek bladderpodU.S.A. (TN)......doE599NANA
Lesquerella thamnophilaZapata bladderpodU.S.A. (TX), Mexico......doE67117.96(a)NA
Lesquerella tumulosaKodachrome bladderpodU.S.A. (UT)......doE519NANA
Lessingia germanorum (=L. g. var.