COSEWIC Assessment and Status Report on the Aweme Borer in Canada
- Assessment Summary
- Executive Summary
- COSEWIC History, Mandate, Membership and Definitions
- Lists of Figures, Tables and Appendices
- Species Information
- Population Sizes and Trends
- Limiting Factors and Threats
- Special Significance of the Species
- Existing Protection or Other Status Designations
- Technical Summary
- Acknowledgements, Authorities Contacted, and Information Sources
- Biographical Summary of Report Writer and Collections Examined
- Appendix 1: Required Contacts for Information on Species
In addition to all the individuals listed in the “Authorities Consulted” section, Gary G. Anweiler would like to thank the following people and agencies for providing information, permits, and other assistance: Chris Schmidt, University of Alberta; Rob Roughley, University of Manitoba;Theresa Fowler, COSEWIC; Jean‑François Landry, J.D. Lafontaine and J. Troubridge, all Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada; and in particular the staff at Spruce Woods Provincial Park in Manitoba and Good Spirit Lake Provincial Park in Saskatchewan for providing vehicle access to areas of the park not open to the general public. And last but not least, Gary G. Anweiler thanks his wife Judy Weisgarber for her ongoing patience and support. Funding provided by the Canadian Wildlife Service, Environment Canada.
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Dr. Gordon Court, Prov. Wild. Status Biol., Alberta Fish & Wildlife, Edmonton AB.
Dr. James Duncan, Manager, Biodiversity Conservation Section, Wildlife and Ecosystem Protection Branch, Manitoba Conservation, Winnipeg MB.
Alan Dextrase, Aquatic SAR Biologist, Species at Risk Section, Ontario Parks, Ontario Ministry Nat. Resources, Peterborough ON.
Jeanette Pepper, Zoologist, Saskatchewan CDC, Saskatchewan Environment, Regina SK.
Wayne Nordstrom, Alberta Natural Heritage Information Centre, Alberta Environment, Edmonton AB.
Nicolle Firlotte, Manitoba CDC, Winnipeg MB.
Dr. Martin Honey, Curator of Lepidoptera, Natural History Museum, London, England.
Dale Schweitzer, NatureServe and the Nature Conservancy, Post Norris, NJ.
Ken Stead, lepidopterist, Brantford, ON.
Mogens Nielsen, lepidopterist, E. Lansing, MI.
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