RE: NANFA-L-- NANFA's latest online reference tool

Bruce Stallsmith (
Thu, 02 Mar 2006 09:38:36 -0500

It looks like the best summary of species status I've seen. I forgot that
"D" means "Deemed in Need of Management"....

--Bruce Stallsmith
ask me about Tennessee Valley flame chubs
Huntsville, AL, US of A

>From: Christopher Scharpf <>
>To: NANFA e-mail list <>
>Subject: NANFA-L-- NANFA's latest online reference tool
>Date: Wed, 01 Mar 2006 22:30:26 -0400
>Do you want to know whether a particular North American freshwater fish
>species is a federally or state-protected species, or listed by a state or
>province as a species of special conservation or management concern?
>Now you can get the answer with a few clicks of a mouse.
>Introducing "Endangered, Threatened and Other Special Status Fishes of
>America," the latest addition to NANFA's growing library of online
>"Endangered, Threatened and Other Special Status Fishes of North America"
>an Excel spreadsheet that lists all North American freshwater fish species
>(excluding Hawaii) that are 1) protected or listed by federal, state or
>provincial governments as Endangered or Threatened species; 2) proposed or
>candidate for Endangered or Threatened species protection; and 3) listed in
>one of various classifications that do not necessarily protect the species
>but formally recognize its increasing rarity and/or vulnerability to
>imperilment (e.g., Special Concern).
>Download the spreadsheet-in- .
>Your thoughts and comments are welcome.
>Christopher Scharpf
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