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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
Beetle, American burying (=giant carion)E5SYF15C
Beetle, Coffin (=Kretchmar's) Cave moldE2UYF12C
Beetle, delta green groundT,CH1UYF18
Beetle, Hungerford's crawling waterE3SNU15
Beetle, northeastern beech tigerT5SYF16
  Beetle, Puritan tigerT5SYF15
Beetle, Tooth Cave groundE2UYF12C
Beetle, valley elderberry longhornT,CH1UYF19
Butterfly, bay checkerspotT1DNU13C
Butterfly, El Segundo blueE1IYF212
Butterfly, Karner blueE3DNU15
Butterfly, Lange's metalmarkE1SYR(1)19
Butterfly, lotis blueE1UYF13
Butterfly, mission blueE1SYF29
Butterfly, Mitchell's satyrE3UNU13
Butterfly, Myrtle's silverspotE1UNU19
Butterfly, Oregon silverspotT,CH1DYRD23C
Butterfly, Palos Verdes blueE,CH1SYF16
Butterfly, Saint Francis' satyrE4DNU13
Butterfly, San Bruno elfinE1SYF29
Butterfly, Schaus swallowtailE4DYF13C
Butterfly, Smith's blueE1DYF19
Butterfly, Uncompahgre fritillaryE6SYF15C
Fly, Delhi Sands flower-lovingE1UNU16C
Moth, Kern primrose sphinxT1UYF12
Naucorid, Ash MeadowsT,CH1DYF12
Skipper, Pawnee montaneT6SNU19C

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