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Recovery Strategy for the Island Blue* (Plebejus saepiolus insulanus) in Canada (Proposed)
Appendix 1. References
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Jessica Hellmann (in 2006)
University of Notre Dame
107 Galvin Life Science Centre
Notre Dame, IN 46556
Jennifer Heron (in 2006)
Invertebrate Species at Risk Specialist
B.C. Ministry of Environment
315-2202 Main Mall, Vancouver, BC
Leah Ramsay (in 2006)
B.C. Conservation Data Centre
B.C. Ministry of Environment
1st Floor - 395 Waterfront Crescent, Victoria, BC
Phone: 250 387-9524
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