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Recovery Strategy for the Carmine Shiner (Notropis percobromus) in Canada [Proposed] 2007
- Declaration / Responsible Jurisdictions / Authors / Acknowledgments
- Strategic Environmental Assessment Statement / Residence / Preface
- Executive Summary
- Introduction / Background
- Threats to the Survival or Recovery of the Species / Knowledge Gaps
- Species Recovery
- Consultations / References
- Appendix 1 – Threats Assessment Analysis
- Appendix 2 – List of Consultations
- Appendix 3 – Record of Cooperation and Consultation
A list of groups or individuals that were consulted during the development of this recovery strategy is provided in Appendix 2. The recovery team is deeply indebted to these people for their critical review and assessment of this strategy.
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