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COSEWIC Annual Report 2004

Summary Tables

 

Species designated in the "risk" and the Extinct categories, and
the Not at Risk and Data Deficient categories

Table 1. Summary of COSEWIC's assessment results for the "risk" categories (Extirpated, Endangered, Threatened and Special Concern) (444 species) and for the Extinct category (12 species). The results include the May 2004 meeting.
TAXON EXTINCTEXTIRPATEDENDANGEREDTHREATENEDSPECIAL
CONCERN   
TOTALS
Mammals
2
4
20
14
26
66
Birds 
3
2
23
10
22
60
Reptiles
0
4
7
12
9
32
Amphibians
0
1
6
5
7
19
Fishes
5
2
21
22
29
79
Arthropods 
0
3
6
5
2
16
Molluscs 
1
2
12
2
4
21
Vascular Plants   
0
2
67
41
35
145
Mosses 
1
1
5
2
2
11
Lichens 
0
0
2
1
4
7
Total
12
21
169
114
140
456


Table 2. Summary of COSEWIC's assessment results for the Not at Risk category. The results include the May 2004 meeting.
TAXONNOT AT RISK
Mammals   44
Birds  35
Reptiles  5
Amphibians    14
Fishes   35
Arthropods   0
Molluscs   2
Vascular Plants   16
Mosses   0
Lichens   0
Totals   151

 

Table 3. Summary of COSEWIC's assessment results for the Data Deficient category. The results include the May 2004 meeting.
TAXONDATA
DEFICIENT
Mammals   1010
Birds    2
Reptiles    2
Amphibians    0
Fishes    9
Arthropods   0
Molluscs    4
Vascular Plants    4
Mosses   0
Lichens  2
Totals   33

 

Results from the May 2004 COSEWIC meeting

Table 4. May 2004 results by category and taxon.
TAXONEXTINCT EXTIRPATEDENDANGEREDTHREATENED SPECIAL
CONCERN
NOT
AT RISK   
DATA
DEFICIENT   
TOTALS
Mammals 
 
3
3
5
1
1
13
Birds   
1
2
 
 
 
3
3Reptiles  
2
1
 
 
 
3
Amphibians  
1
 
 
 
 
1
Fishes   
1
 
 
 
 
1
Arthropods 
 
 
 
 
 
 
0
Molluscs    
1
 
1
 
 
2
Vascular Plants 
 
5
2
3
 
 
10
Mosses 
 
 
 
2
 
 
2
Lichens   1    
Totals
0
0
14
9
11
1
1
36



Table 5. May 2004 results by category and type of change.
TYPE OF CHANGEEXTINCT EXTIRPATEDENDANGEREDTHREATENED SPECIAL CONCERNNOT
AT RISK   
DATA DEFICIENT   TOTALS
New 
 
8
4
3
 
 
15
In a higher risk category 2 
 
4
2
1
 
 
7
In a lower risk category 3 
 
 
1
 
 
 
1
No Change   4 
 
1
1
5
1
 
8
Changed 5 
 
 
 
2
 
1
1
Reassigned 6 
 
1
1
 
 
 
4
No longer at risk 7 
 
 
 
 
 
 
0
Totals 
0
0
14
9
11
1
1
36


Explanation of status change symbols for reassessed species

2 Species placed in a higher risk category after reassessment on the date shown.
3 Species placed in a lower risk category after reassessment on the date shown.
4 Species stays in the same category after reassessment on the date shown.
5 Species moved to the Data Deficient category from a risk category, or to a risk category from the Data Deficient category on the date shown.
6 Species that has been assigned to a different designatable unit than previously on the date shown.
7 Species moved to the Not at Risk category from a risk category on the date shown.
(no symbol) New species examined on the date shown.