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COSEWIC Assessment and Status Report on the Banded Cord-moss in Canada

Existing Protection or Other Status Designations

No legislation, regulations, customs, or conditions protect Canadian populations of Entosthodon fascicularis. In British Columbia, the BC Species and Ecosystem Explorer (2003) lists this species as Red-listed provincially (S2, referring to any indigenous species or subspecies that have, or are candidates for, Extirpated, Endangered, or Threatened status). In Oregon, it is ranked S1 (critically imperiled in Oregon), with 2 records (J. Christy pers. comm. 2002). NatureServe Explorer (2002) ranks this species as G4G5.