Patera clarki nantahala
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noonday globe (Patera clarki nantahala)
Current listing status
- States/US Territories in which the noonday globe, Wherever found is known to or is believed to occur:
- US Counties in which the noonday globe, Wherever found is known to or is believed to occur:
Federal Register Documents
||72 FR 54057 54059
5-Year Review of 16 Southeastern Species
||43 FR 28932 28935
Final Determination that Seven Eastern U.S. Land Snails are Endangered or Threatened Species
||41 FR 17742 17747
Proposed Endangered or Threatened Status for 32 U.S. Snails [Proposed 15 as E/17 T]; 41 FR 17742 17747 (Amargosa snail, Fontellicella micrococcus; Ash Meadows turban snail, Fluminicola erythropoma; bad water snail, Assiminea infirma; banded dune snail, Helminthoglypta walkeriana; California Northern River snail, Monadenia setosa; Cheatum's snail, Tryonia cheatumi; Chittenango ovate amber snail, Succinea ovalis chittenangoensis; Clark's Nantahala middle-toothed land snail, Mesodon clarki nantahala; dented peninsula snail, Helminthoglypta arrosa miwoka; Diamond-Y pond snail, Physa virgata bottomeri; flat-spired three-toothed land snail, Triodopsis platysayoides; fraternal snail, Micrarionta feralis; Jone's middle-toothed land snail, Mesodon jonesianus; Karok Indian snail, Vestericola karokarum; MacClintock's discoid land snail, Discus macclintocki; Magazine Mountain middle-toothed land snail, Mesodon magacinenses; Muddy Valley turban snail, Fluminicola avernalis; Nicklin's Peninsula snail, Helminthoglypta nickiniana awania; Pahranagat Valley turban, Fluminicola merriami; painted snake coiled forest snail, Anguispira picta; Pilsbru's narrow apertured land snail, Stanotrema pilsbryi; Reeves County snail, Cochliopa texana; rocky coast snail, Monadenia fidelis pronotis; St. George snail, Amnicola deseria; slug snail, Binneya notabilis; Socorro snail, Amnicola neomexicana; Stock Island tree snail, Orthalicus reses reses; Strange many- whorled land snail, Polygyra peregrina; Tryon's snail, Micrarionta tryoni; Virginia fringed mountain snail, Polugriscus virginianus; White River snail, Tryonia clathraia; Zion canyon snail, Physa zioni)
No critical habitat rules have been published for the noonday globe.