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Recovery Strategy for the Seaside Centipede Lichen (Heterodermia sitchensis) in Canada (Proposed)


4 Bibliography

Barkman, J.J. 1958. Phytosociology and ecology of cryptogamic epiphytes. Van Gorcum, Assen. 628 pp.

Consolidated Statutes of Canada. Fisheries Act. Chapter F-14.

Consolidated Statutes of Canada. Canada National Parks Act. 2000. c. 32

Consolidated Statutes of Canada. Oceans Act. 1996. c. 31.

Environment Canada, Parks Canada Agency and Fisheries and Oceans Canada.2004. Species at Risk Act Policy: Recovery--Draft--Policy on the Feasibility of Recovery. April 15, 2005. Ottawa.

Goward, T. and A. Arsenault. 2000. Cyanolichen distribution in young unmanaged forests: a dripzone effect? The Bryologist 103: 28-37.

National Recovery Working Group. 2004. Recovery Handbook. April 2004. Working Draft. Recovery of Nationally Endangered Wildlife, Ottawa, Ontario. 36 pp. plus appendices.

Vitt, D. H., J. E. Marsh, R. B. Bovey. 1988. Mosses, Lichens & Ferns of Northwest North America. Lone Pine Publishing. 296 pp.