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Arkansas "Species of Greatest Conservation Need" (SGCN) - 2006
[cite:1207713

The Comprehensive Wildlife Conservation Strategy (CWCS) Species Team created a list of species of greatest conservation need for Arkansas.

Some species were chosen for inclusion on the list because they are rare, some because their populations are in decline or, in some cases, because not enough is known to determine their taxonomic, life history or conservation status

Inclusion on the list of Species of Greatest Conservation Need (SGCN) does not confer any special or regulatory status as federal listing as an endangered or threatened species does.

CWCS Species Team

New Mexico "Species of Greatest Conservation Need" (SGCN)
[cite:1207684

Species of Greatest Conservation Need (SGCN) identified in New Mexico. Of the 452 species designated as SGCN, 154 species are arthropod species in the classes of Arachnida, Chilopoda, Diplopoda, Entognatha, and Insecta.

Florida "Species of Greatest Conservation Need" (SGCN)
[cite:1207593

As part of the federal requirements for the Comprehensive Wildlife Conservation Strategy (Strategy) to address the broad array of wildlife species in Florida, 974 Species of Greatest Conservation Need (SGCN) were identified.

The largest portion of the SGCN list is wildlife that has no dedicated funding sources. The majority of Florida’s species have conservation needs that are not funded through the Endangered Species Act or hunting and game programs. This Strategy and the funds from the State Wildlife Grants program will provide and help identify additional funds for the

Virginia "Species of Greatest Conservation Need" (SGCN)
[cite:1207532

Species of Greatest Conservation Need (SGCN)

Distribution and abundance of wildlife species, including low and declining populations, are indicative of the diversity and health of the Commonwealth's natural resources. The Species of Greatest Conservation Need (SGCN) list was created by using a selection matrix that brought together lists of species identified by other groups as imperiled, or in decline. Within the SGCN list, species are classified into four tiers that were developed to identify the relative importance of conservation need for each species.

Museum of Northern Arizona (MNA)
The Easton Collection Center (ECC) at the Museum of Northern Arizona houses more than 300,000 arthropods from the Colorado Plateau.


Larry E. Stevens is the Curator of Ecology.
Gary D. Alpert is a Research Associate.
Jenn L. Chavez is an Entomological Assistant.

Texas "Species of Greatest Conservation Need" (SGCN) - TPWD, 2012
[cite:1160153 ]

Texas "Species of Greatest Conservation Need" (SGCN) per Texas Parks & Wildlife's (TPW) Texas Conservation Action Plan (TCAP) 2012

Texas Invertebrate SGCN List - 2012

Note, unless they are federally listed, these species have no legal protection.

Gilligan, T. M., J. Baixeras, J. W. Brown & K. R. Tuck. 2014. T@RTS: Online, World Catalogue of the Tortricidae.
Tortricid.net

From the Introduction (2015): "This is a complete list of all world species, utilizing the World Catalogue published in 2005 as the foundation for the database. Version 3.0 of the online catalogue contains 15,099 records representing 10,883 species. More than 1,600 records have been updated from Ver 2.0 (Jul, 2012), and more than 3,000 records have been updated from the original catalogue. The database is completely searchable and contains photos of over 1,200 type specimens."

cite:1157384

USDA PLANTS Database
[cite:1124720 ]

The PLANTS Database provides standardized information about the vascular plants, mosses, liverworts, hornworts, and lichens of the U.S. and its territories.

It includes names, plant symbols, checklists, distributional data, species abstracts, characteristics, images, crop information, automated tools, onward Web links, and references.

This information primarily promotes land conservation in the United States and its territories, but academic, educational, and general use is encouraged.

PLANTS is a collaborative effort of the USDA NRCS National Plant Data Team (NPDT), the USDA NRCS Information Technology Center (ITC), The USDA National Information Technology Center (NITC), and many other partners.

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