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Quadrula fragosa

Quadrula fragosa

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Detailed information
Full Name: Winged Mapleleaf (Quadrula fragosa)
Where found: Wherever found, except where listed as an experimental population
Critical Habitat:N/A
Species Group:Clams
Current listing status
Status Date Listed Lead Region Where Listed
Endangered 06/20/1991 Great Lakes-Big Rivers Region (Region 3) Wherever found, except where listed as an experimental population
Experimental Population, Non-Essential 06/14/2001 Southeast Region (Region 4) U.S.A. (AL—specified portions of the Tennessee River; see §17.85(a)(1))
  • Population location: Wherever found, except where listed as an experimental population Listing status: Endangered
  • Population location: U.S.A. (AL—specified portions of the Tennessee River; see §17.85(a)(1)) Listing status: Experimental Population, Non-Essential
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