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Wavyrayed Lampmussel

Appendix B:List of Figures and Tables

Figure 1: The Wavyrayed Lampmussel (Lampsilis fasciola). Photo courtesy of S. Staton, Fisheries and Oceans Canada.

Figure 2: North American distribution of the Wavyrayed Lampmussel (modified from Parmalee and Bogan 1998)

Figure 3: Current and historic distribution of the Wavyrayed Lampmussel in Canada.à

Figure 4: Three lure morphologies of the Wavyrayed Lampmussel: black (a), red (b) and fish-like (c).  All three animals were observed in the North Thames River during 2004. Photos courtesy of T. Morris, Fisheries and Oceans Canada.

Figure 5: Currently occupied habitat for the Wavyrayed Lampmussel (Lampsilis fasciola) in the Great Lakes and connecting channels.

Figure 6: Currently occupied habitat for the Wavyrayed Lampmussel (Lampsilis fasciola) in the Upper Thames and Ausable rivers.

Figure 7: Currently occupied habitat for the Wavyrayed Lampmussel (Lampsilis fasciola) in the Maitland River.

Figure 8: Currently occupied habitat for the Wavyrayed Lampmussel (Lampsilis fasciola) in the Upper Grand River.

Table 1: Canadian and U.S. national and provincial/state heritage status ranks (NatureServe 2004).

Table 2: Threats to the Wavyrayed Lampmussel.

Table 3: Predominant threats to the Wavyrayed Lampmussel in each currently or historically occupied locality.

Table 4: Threshold values for determining the likelihood that an activity will negatively impact currently occupied habitat.

Table 5: Schedule of activities to identify Critical Habitat

 

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