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Recovery Strategy for the Incurved Grizzled Moss (Ptychomitrium incurvum) in Canada (Proposed)
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- Alain Branchaud, Canadian Wildlife Service – Quebec Region, Environment Canada
- Jennifer Doubt, Bryologist, Canadian Museum of Nature
- Aissa L. Feldmann, Ecologist, New York Natural Heritage Program
- Mike Oldham, Botanist/Herpetologist, Natural Heritage Information Centre, Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources
- Carolyn Seburn, Species at Risk, Canadian Wildlife Service, Environment Canada
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