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Recovery Strategy for the Silver Hair Moss (Fabronia pusilla) in Canada

References

B.C. Species and Ecosystems Explorer. 2005. B.C. Min. of Environ., Victoria, B.C. (http://srmapps.gov.bc.ca/apps/eswp/), Accessed [2005]

Buck, W.R. 1994. Fabroniaceae. Pages 860–867 in A.J. Sharp, H. Crum, and P.M. Eckel, eds. The moss flora of Mexico. Memoirs of the N.Y. Botanical Garden No. 69.

Committee on the Status of Endangered Wildlife in Canada (COSEWIC). 2002. COSEWIC assessment and status report on the silver-hair moss, Fabronia pusilla, in Canada. Environ. Can., Ottawa, ON.

Environment Canada. 2004. Species at Risk Act (SARA). Ottawa, ON., Accessed [2004]

Environment Canada, Parks Canada Agency and Fisheries and Oceans Canada. 2005. Species at Risk Act Policy: recovery – draft policy on the feasibility of recovery. April 15, 2005. Ottawa, ON.

Grout, A.J. 1934. Moss flora of North America, north of Mexico. Vol. III, pp. 179–227. Newfane, VT.

Lawton, E. 1971. Moss flora of the Pacific Northwest. Hattori Botanical Laboratory, Nichinan, Japan.

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Sharp, A.J., H. Crum, and P.M. Eckel, eds. 1994. The moss flora of Mexico. Memoir of the N.Y. Botanical Garden No. 69. 1113 pp.

Tan, B.C. 1980. A moss flora of the Selkirk and Purcell Mountain Ranges, southeastern British Columbia. Ph.D. Dissertation, Univ. of B.C., Vancouver, BC.

Personal communications

Benito C. Tan (in 2001)
Associate Professor, Department of Biological Sciences
National University of Singapore, Singapore 117543
Email: (dbsbct@nus.edu.sg)

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