Recovery Strategies

Recovery Strategy for the Dwarf Hackberry (Celtis tenuifolia) in Canada

Dwarf Hackberry (Celtis tenuifolia), designated as Threatened in Canada, is a small, stiffly-branched, tree. It typically reproduces sexually and requires fruit-eating birds for long-distance seed dispersal. A number of species depend on it and other hackberry species for their life cycles.

Consultation period: 2011-03-30 to 2011-07-05

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Ms. Vicki McKay
Species at Risk Recovery Specialist
Parks Canada Agency, Point Pelee National Park of Canada
407 Monarch Lane, R.R.1
Leamington, ON
N8H 3V4
Tel: 519-322-5700
Fax: 519-322-1678
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