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ECO-PROS Invasive Non-Native Species
Species of plants and animals that are not native (natural) to an area are known as: non-native species introduced species exotic species non-indigenous species alien species transplants invasive species Established ... a laboratory of evolution - a living library of genetic information. 95% of the known species that ever existed on the Galapagos Islands are still alive today. These creatures ...

ECO-PROS Biodiversity - Species
Earth. In other words, we don't know how many there have been (some are now extinct) or how many exist. Known species: So far, scientists have only discovered and categorized approximately 2 million plant and animal species (estimated at 1,770,000). Imagine the vast number of wondrous and irreplaceable species that have ... More from this site

Eleutherodactylus coqui (Amphibians-Frogs) - HEAR species info
HEAR species info Eleutherodactylus coqui (Amphibians-Frogs) coqui (frog) HEAR home > species info > vertebrates > Eleutherodactylus coqui (Amphibians-Frogs) (hints) Featured items Species description or overview Identification ... status update for Hawaii (Eleutherodactylus species) as of 16 March 2001 This document contains information regarding the current known distribution of these frogs in ...

Abutilon menziesii (Malvaceae) - HEAR species info
Hawaii, endemic and federally listed as an endangered species. (Smithsonian) Species description or overview Abutilon menziesii: CPC National Collection Plant Profile Summary information about ... , "Red Ilima," available for public review Information about efforts to save the only known naturally-occurring population of Abutilon menziesii on Oahu are described in this article. ... More from this site

WWF - Negotiating for endangered species
Species > Our Solutions > CITES, IWC, CMS CITES, IWC, CMS Whaling (IWC) Wildlife Trade Species Migration 2005 Negotiating for endangered species WWF uses international instruments and institutions to catalyse species ... the Conservation of Migratory Species of Wild Animals (also known as CMS or Bonn Convention) aims to conserve terrestrial, marine and avian migratory species throughout their range. ...

WWF - What you can do to help species on this planet
Can Help News & Facts FAQ search Home > About WWF > What We Do > Species > What You Can Do Species About Species Problems Our Solutions What You Can Do News Resources What you can do ... protect forests Forests are amazing storehouses of biological diversity, housing over two-thirds of all known terrestrial species. Yet each year around 13 million hectares of natural forest are lost. That's ... More from this site

The Canadian Peregrine Foundation - Endangered Species Bulletin
Articles known to have been taken offline are noted as such below, but we have left the ... Virus Position Statement ENDANGERED SPECIES: Wild Species 2000: the general status of species in Canada COSEWIC (Committee on the Status of Endangered Wildlife in Canada) Species At Risk Act Ontario's Species at Risk White ...

Gold Seal - Pacific Salmon Species: Chinook, Chum, Coho, Pink, Sockeye
Oncorhynchus (from Greek, meaning “hooked snout”). While the five species of Pacific salmon all share a general outward resemblance, they ... kg). Also known as springs or kings, they are the most prized game salmon for sport fishers. Chinook is the largest species, with ... most streamlined of the five species of Pacific salmon. It is the most sought-after salmon species due to its rich flavour ...

Conservation International - Ensuring Species Survival
Those that can't simply die out. Saving species is our specialty.  We led the first-ever Global Amphibian Assessment, studying the status of every known amphibian. Currently, we're working with our partners on similar assessments of marine species ...

Species of Concern
Species with limited numbers Goliath Grouper formerly known as Jewfish Smalltooth Sawfish (Pristis Pectinata) Invasive Species Stop Aquatic Hitchhikers! Giant Salvinia (Salvinia molesta) Invasive Species ...

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