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Appendix 1. Maps of Critical Habitat for Princeton landscape plants Dwarf Woolly-heads – Southern Mountain population, Slender Collomia, and Stoloniferous Pussytoes in Canada

In Canada, Princeton landscape plants Dwarf Woolly-heads – Southern Mountain population (two populations), Slender Collomia (one population), and Stoloniferous Pussytoes (two populations) occur on non-federal land at Princeton, B.C. (Figures A1-A5).

Figure A1. Areas containing critical habitat for Princeton plants (north populations). Whole polygons indicate areas of 46.9 ha (containing Stoloniferous Pussytoes and Slender Collomia), and 4.9 ha (containing Dwarf Woolly-heads), comprising 51.9 ha in total. Existing anthropogenic features within the indicated polygons, including active roads, are not identified as critical habitat.

Figure A1 is a map showing areas that contain critical habitat for Stoloniferous Pussytoes, Slender Collomia and Dwarf Woolly-heads at the “North Populations”. There are two irregular polygons displayed on either side of Hwy 3; the larger of the two polygons (at 46.9 ha) contains critical habitat for Stoloniferous Pussytoes and Dwarf Woolly-heads, while the smaller (at 4.9 ha) contains critical habitat for Dwarf Woolly-heads.

Figure A2. Areas containing critical habitat for Princeton landscape plants (north-central populations). Whole polygons indicate areas of 2.4 ha, (containing Slender Collomia) and 34.0 ha (containing Stoloniferous Pussytoes), comprising 36.3 ha in total. Existing anthropogenic features within the indicated polygons, including active roads, are not identified as critical habitat.

Figure A2 is a map showing areas that contain critical habitat for Stoloniferous Pussytoes and Slender Collomia at the “North-central Populations”. There is a small square and large polygon located to the west of Hwy 3 marked on the map; the large polygon (at 34.0 ha) contains critical habitat for Stoloniferous Pussytoes, while the small square (at 2.4 ha) contains critical habitat for Slender Collomia.

Figure A3. Areas containing critical habitat for Princeton landscape plants (central populations). Whole polygons indicate areas of 23.7 (containing Dwarf Woolly-heads and Stoloniferous Pussytoes), and 3.2 ha (containing Dwarf Woolly-heads), comprising 26.9 ha in total. Existing anthropogenic features within the indicated polygons, including active roads, are not identified as critical habitat.

Figure A3 is a map showing areas that contain critical habitat for Dwarf Woolly-heads and Stoloniferous Pussytoes for the “Central Populations”. There is a small square located on the east side of Hwy 3 and a larger polygon on the west side of Hwy 3; the larger polygon (at 23.7 ha) contains critical habitat for Dwarf Woolly-heads and Stoloniferous Pussytoes, while the small square (at 3.2 ha) contains critical habitat for Dwarf Woolly-heads only.

Figure A4. Area containing critical habitat for Princeton landscape plants (west-central populations). The polygon indicates an area of 10.2 ha, containing Stoloniferous Pussytoes. Existing anthropogenic features within the indicated polygon, including active roads, are not identified as critical habitat.

Figure A4 is a map showing an area that contains critical habitat for Stoloniferous Pussytoes at the “West-central Populations”. There is a large polygon (10.2 ha) that contains critical habitat for Stoloniferous Pussytoes.

Figure A5. Area containing critical habitat for Princeton landscape plants (south populations). The polygon indicates an area of 5.1 ha, containing Stoloniferous Pussytoes. Existing anthropogenic features within the indicated polygon, including active roads, are not identified as critical habitat.

Figure A5 is a map showing an area that contains critical habitat for Stoloniferous Pussytoes at the “South Populations”. The square shaped box (5.1 ha) marked on the map contains critical habitat for Stoloniferous Pussytoes.

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