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Amended Recovery Strategy and Management Plan for Multiple Species of Atlantic Coastal Plain Flora in Canada - 2015 [Proposed]
List of Figures
- Figure 1. The general distribution of ACPF in North America (from www.speciesatrisk.ca).
- Figure 2. Blue shading indicates the general distribution of legally listed ACPF species, non-legally listed Red (May be at Risk) and Yellow (Sensitive) ranked species.
- Figure 3. The 13 high priority primary watersheds in NS that contain high priority ACPF species.
List of Tables
- Table 1. The 13 legally listed Atlantic Coastal Plain Flora species and the one additional species assessed by COSEWIC but not yet legally listed
- Table 2. The ranking or status for each of the 94 ACPF species and the assigned level of priority for each rank
- Table 3. The non-legally listed high and medium priority species ranked as Red (May be at Risk), Yellow (Sensitive) or Undetermined by the provincial General Status process
- Table 4. Species-specific habitat and reproductive characteristics for the 13 legally listed ACPF species. For references please refer to species-specific information in Section 3
- Table 5. The frequency of occurrence of ACPF species by habitat type and the level of conservation priority assigned to each habitat type. Note that some species occur in more than one habitat
- Table 6. The 53 high priority lakes for ACPF species in NS, including the total number of high priority species and the primary watershed where they are located
- Table 7. The 56 high priority bogs/fens for the legally listed ACPF species in NS, including which species occur in each location, and the watershed where they are located
- Table 8. Threat classification table for threats impacting all 13 legally listed ACPF species
- Table 9. A summary of the threats that impact the high priority legally listed ACPF species
- Table 10. Recovery goals for the high priority ACPF species
- Table 11. Recovery objectives and a proposed time-frame for completion according to each of the high priority species categories
- Table 12. Recommended approaches required to achieve recovery goals and objectives and address threats for all high priority species
- Table 13. Performance measures pertaining to each recovery objective
- Table 14. Scales evaluated in the identification of critical habitat, including an explanation of the importance of the scale from both an ecological and management perspective
- Table 15. For each species, the total number of lake, bogs/fens, and rivershore locations where critical habitat will be identified at each scale
- Table 16. Locations (lakes, rivershores, and bogs/fens) where critical habitat is identified at the site and individual scales
- Table 17. Descriptions of the key habitat characteristics of critical habitat at the site scale for Pink Coreopsis
- Table 18. Descriptions of the key habitat characteristics of critical habitat at the site scale for Water Pennywort
- Table 19. Descriptions of the key habitat characteristics of critical habitat at the site scale for Plymouth Gentian
- Table 20. Description of the key habitat characteristics of critical habitat at the site scale for Thread-leaved Sundew
- Table 21. Descriptions of the key habitat characteristics of critical habitat at the site scale for lakeshores for Goldencrest
- Table 22. Descriptions of the key habitat characteristics of critical habitat at the site scale for bogs/fens for Goldencrest
- Table 23. Schedule of studies necessary to complete the identification of critical habitat. A check mark means the study has been completed
- Table 24. Examples of activities likely to result in the destruction of critical habitat and the habitat type which these activities may impact
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