Recovery Strategies

Recovery Strategy for the Salish Sucker (Catostomus sp. cf. Catostomus ssp.) in Canada

The Salish Sucker (Catostomus sp. cf. catostomus) is a small-bodied, fine-scaled fish documented in 11 British Columbia watersheds, all in the Fraser Valley. At least four other populations occur in northwestern Washington State.  Salish Sucker populations have been in decline since at least the 1960s in Canada, and probably for longer.

Consultation period: 2012-03-15 to 2012-05-14

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Department of Fisheries and Oceans
200 Kent St.
Ottawa, ON
K1A 0E6
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