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OFFICIAL COMPILATION OF CODES, RULES AND REGULATIONS OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK
TITLE 6. DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
CHAPTER I. FISH AND WILDLIFE
SUBCHAPTER J. MISCELLANEOUS REGULATIONS
PART 182. ENDANGERED AND THREATENED SPECIES OF FISH AND WILDLIFE; SPECIES OF SPECIAL CONCERN; INCIDENTAL TAKE PERMITS
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182.5 Endangered species, threatened species and species of special concern.
(a) Endangered species.
Those endangered species that merit listing as endangered either based on the criteria for listing in sections 182.3(b) and (c) of this Part or because they are species listed as endangered by the United States Department of the Interior in the 50 Code of Federal Regulations part 17 (see section 182.1 of this Part) and are native to New York State include:
Common NameScientific Name
(1) Molluscs:
(i) Dwarf wedgemusselAlasmidonta heterodon
(ii) Pink mucketLampsilies abrupta
(iii) ClubshellPleurobema clava
(iv) Fat pocketbookPotamilus capax
(v) Rayed beanVillosa fabalis
(vi) Chittenango ovate amber snailNovisuccinea chittenangoensis
(2) Insects:
(i) Tomah mayflySiphlonisca aerodromia
(ii) American burying beetleNicrophorus americanus
(iii) Hessel's hairstreakCallophrys hesseli
(iv) Karner blueLycaeides melissa samuelis
(v) Regal fritillarySpeyeria idalia
(vi) Persius duskywingErynnis persius
(vii) Grizzled skipperPyrgus centaureae wyandot
(viii) Arogos skipperAtrytone arogos arogos
(ix) Bog buckmothHemileuca species 1
(x) Pine pinion mothLithophane lepida lepida
(3) Fishes:
(i) Shortnose sturgeonAcipenser brevirostrum
(ii) Silver chubMacrhybopsis storeriana
(iii) Pugnose shinerNotropis anogenus
(iv) Round whitefishProsopium cylindraceum
(v) Bluebreast darterEtheostoma camurum
(vi) Gilt darterPercina evides
(vii) Spoonhead sculpinCottus ricei
(viii) Deepwater sculpinMyoxocephalus thompsoni
(4) Amphibians:
(i) Tiger salamanderAmbystoma tigrinum
(ii) Northern cricket frogAcris crepitans
(5) Reptiles:
(i) Mud turtleKinosternon subrubrum
(ii) Bog turtleClemmys muhlenbergii
(iii) Hawksbill sea turtleEretmochelys imbricata
(iv) Atlantic ridley sea turtleLepidochelys kempii
(v) Leatherback sea turtleDermochelys coriacea
(vi) Queen snakeRegina septemvittata
(vii) MassasaugaSistrurus catenatus
(6) Birds:
(i) Golden eagleAquila chrysaetos
(ii) Peregrine falconFalco peregrinus
(iii) Spruce grouseFalcipennis canadensis
(iv) Black railLaterallus jamaicensis
(v) Pipping ploverCharadrius melodus
(vi) Eskimo curlewNumenius borealis
(vii) Roseate ternSterna dougallii dougallii
(viii) Black ternChlidonias niger
(ix) Short-eared owlAsio flammeus
(x) Loggerhead shrikeLanius ludovicianus
(7) Mammals:
(i) Indiana batMyotis sodalis
(ii) Allegheny woodratNeotoma magister
(iii) Sperm whalePhyseter catodon
(iv) Sei whaleBalaenoptera borealis
(v) Blue whaleBalaenoptera musculus
(vi) Finback whaleBalaenoptera physalus
(vii) Humpback whaleMegaptera novaeangliae
(viii) Right whaleEubalaena glacialis
(ix) Gray wolfCanis lupus
(x) CougarFelis concolor
(b) Threatened species.
Those species that merit listing as threatened either based on the criteria for listing in sections 182.3(b) and (c) of this Part or because they are species listed as threatened by the United States Department of the Interior in 50 Code of Federal Regulations part 17 (see section 182.1 of this Part) and are native to New York State include:
(1) Molluscs:
(i) Brook floaterAlasmidonta Varicosa
(ii) Wavy-rayed lampmusselLampsilis fasciola
(iii) Green floaterLasmigona subviridis
(2) Insects:
(i) Pine barrens bluetEnallagma recurvatum
(ii) Scarlet bluetEnallagma pictum
(iii) Little bluetEnallagma minisculum
(iv) Northeastern beach tiger beetleCicindela dorsalis dorsalis
(v) Frosted elfinCallophrys irus
(3) Fishes:
(i) Lake sturgeonAcipenser fulvescens
(ii) MooneyeHiodon tergisus
(iii) Lake chubsuckerErimyzon sucetta
(iv) Gravel chubErimystax x-punctata
(v) Mud sunfishAcantharchus pomotis
(vi) Banded sunfishEnneacanthus obesus
(vii) Longear sunfishLepomis megalotis
(viii) Eastern sand darterAmmocrypta pellucida
(ix) Swamp darterEtheostoma fusiforme
(x) Spotted darterEtheostoma maculatum
(xi) Longhead darterPercina macrocephala
(4) Amphibians:
None
(5) Reptiles:
(i) Blanding's turtleEmydoidea blandingii
(ii) Green sea turtleChelonia mydas
(iii) Loggerhead sea turtleCaretta caretta
(iv) Fence lizardSceloporus undulatus
(v) Timber rattlesnakeCrotalus horridus
(6) Birds:
(i) Pied-billed grebePodilymbus podiceps
(ii) Least bitternIxobrychus exilis
(iii) Bald eagleHaliaeetus leucocephalus
(iv) Northern harrierCircus cyaneus
(v) King railRallus elegans
(vi) Upland sandpiperBartramia longicauda
(vii) Common ternSterna hirundo
(viii) Least ternSterna antillarum
(ix) Sedge wernCistothorus platenis
(x) Henslow's sparrowAmmodramus henslowii
(7) Mammals:
None
(c) Species of special concern.
Those species that merit listing as species of special concern based on the criteria in section 182.4 of this Part and that are native to New York State include:
(1) Molluscs:
(i) Buffalo pebble snailGillia altilis
(ii) Fringed valvataValvata lewisi
(iii) Mossy valvataValvata sincera
(2) Insects:
(i) Unnamed dragonfly speciesGomphus, spec. nov.
(ii) Southern spriteNehalennia integricollis
(iii) Extra striped snaketailOphiogomphus anomalus
(iv) Pygmy snaketailOphiogomphus howei
(v) Common sanddragonProgomphus obscurus
(vi) Gray petaltailTachopteryx thoreyi
(vii) Checkered whitePontia protodice
(viii) Olympia marbleEuchloe olympia
(ix) Henry's elfinCallophrys henrici
(x) Tawny crescentPhyciodes batesii
(xi) Mottled duskywingErynnis martialis
(xii) Barrens buckmothHemileuca maia
(xiii) Herodias underwingCatocala herodias gerhardi
(xiv) Jair underwingCatocala jair
(xv) A noctuid mothHeterocampa varia
(3) Fishes:
(i) Mountain brook lampreyIchthyomyzon greeleyi
(ii) Black redhorseMoxostoma duquesnei
(iii) Streamline chubErimystax dissimilis
(iv) Redfin shinerLythrurus umbratilis
(v) Ironcolor shinerNotropis chalybaeus
(4) Amphibians:
(i) HellbenderCryptobranchus alleganiensis
(ii) Marbled salamanderAmbystoma opacum
(iii) Jefferson salamanderAmbystoma jeffersonianum
(iv) Blue-spotted salamanderAmbystoma laterale
(v) Longtail salamanderEurycea longicauda
(vi) Eastern spadefoot toadScaphiopus holbrookii
(vii) Southern leopard frogRana sphenocephala utricularius
(5) Reptiles:
(i) Spotted turtleClemmys guttata
(ii) Wood turtleClemmys insculpta
(iii) Eastern box turtleTerrapene carolina
(iv) Eastern spiny softshellApalone spinifera
(v) Eastern hognose snakeHeterodon platyrhinos
(vi) Worm snakeCarphophis amoenus
(6) Birds:
(i) Common loonGavia immer
(ii) American bitternBotaurus lentiginosus
(iii) OspreyPandion haliaetus
(iv) Sharp-shinned hawkAccipiter striatus
(v) Cooper's hawkAccipiter cooperii
(vi) Northern goshawkAccipiter gentilis
(vii) Red-shouldered hawkButeo lineatus
(viii) Black skimmerRynchops niger
(ix) Common nighthawkChordeiles minor
(x) Whip-poor-willCaprimulgus vociferus
(xi) Red-headed woodpeckerMelanerpes erythrocephalus
(xii) Horned larkEremophila alpestris
(xiii) Bicknell's thrushCatharus bicknelli
(xiv) Golden-winged warblerVermivora chrysoptera
(xv) Cerulean warblerDendroica cerulea
(xvi) Yellow-breasted chatIcteria virens
(xvii) Vesper sparrowPooecetes gramineus
(xviii) Grasshopper sparrowAmmodramus savannarum
(xix) Seaside sparrowAmmodramus maritimus
(7) Mammals:
(i) Small-footed batMyotis leibii
(ii) New England cottontailSylvilagus transitionalis
(iii) Harbor porpoisePhocoena phocoena
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Current through November 30, 2020
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