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Recovery Program: Endangered and Threatened Species, 1994


For an explanation of the symbols used in this table see the Appendix section of this resource.

Listed Species Listed As Lead Region Pop. Status Rec. Plan Plan Stage Recovery Achieved Rec. Prior.
Ambersnail, KanabE6DNU16C
Limpet, Banbury SpringsE1SYD18
Riversnail, Anthony'sE4SNU15
Shagreen, Magazine MountainT4SYF18
Snail, Bliss RapidsT1DYD18
Snail, Chittenango ovate amberT5DYRD(1)15
Snail, flat-spired three-toothed (land)T5SYF25
Snail, Iowa PleistoceneE3UYF214
Snail, noondayT4SYF19
Snail, painted snake coiled forestT4UYF18
Snail, royal (=obese)E4SYD15
Snail, Snake River physaE1DYD15
Snail, Stock Island treeT4DYF13
Snail, tulotoma (=Alabama live-bearing)E4SND15
Snail, Utah valvataE1SYD15
Snail, Virginia fringed mountainE5SYF14
Snails, Oahu treeE1DYF12
Springsnail, AlamosaE2IYF114
Springsnail, IdahoE1DYD15
Springsnail, SocorroE2SYF114

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