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LIST OF ENDANGERED SPECIES

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Common Name Scientific Name Range Where Endangered
Saiga, Mongolian (antelope) Saiga tatarica mongolica entire
Saki, southern bearded Chiropotes satanas satanas entire
Saki, white-nosed Chiropotes albinasus entire
Salamander, Barton Springs Eurycea sosorum entire
Salamander, California tiger Ambystoma californiense U.S.A. (CA – Santa Barbara County)
Salamander, California tiger Ambystoma californiense U.S.A. (CA – Sonoma County)
Salamander, Chinese giant Andrias davidianus (=davidianus d.) entire
Salamander, desert slender Batrachoseps aridus entire
Salamander, Japanese giant Andrias japonicus (=davidianus j.) entire
Salamander, Red Hills Phaeognathus hubrichti entire
salamander, Reticulated flatwoods Ambystoma bishopi entire
Salamander, Santa Cruz long-toed Ambystoma macrodactylum croceum entire
Salamander, Shenandoah Plethodon shenandoah entire
Salamander, Sonora tiger Ambystoma tigrinum stebbinsi entire
Salamander, Texas blind Typhlomolge rathbuni entire
Salmon, Atlantic Salmo salar U.S.A., ME, Gulf of Maine Distinct Population Segment. The GOM DPS includes all anadromous Atlantic salmon whose freshwater range occurs in the watersheds from the Androscoggin River northward along the Maine coast to the Dennys River, and wherever these fish occur in the estuarine and marine environment. The following impassable falls delimit the upstream extent of the freshwater range: Rumford Falls in the town of Rumford on the Androscoggin River; Snow Falls in the town of West Paris on the Little Androscoggin River; Grand Falls in Township 3 Range 4 BKP WKR, on the Dead River in the Kennebec Basin; the un-named falls (impounded by Indian Pond Dam) immediately above the Kennebec River Gorge in the town of Indian Stream Township on the Kennebec River; Big Niagara Falls on Nesowadnehunk Stream in Township 3 Range 10 WELS in the Penobscot Basin; Grand Pitch on Webster Brook in Trout Brook Township in the Penobscot Basin; and Grand Falls on the Passadumkeag River in Grand Falls Township in the Penobscot Basin. The marine range of the GOM DPS extends from the Gulf of Maine, throughout the Northwest Atlantic Ocean, to the coast of Greenland. Included are all associated conservation hatchery populations used to supplement these natural populations; currently, such conservation hatchery populations are maintained at Green Lake National Fish Hatchery (GLNFH) and Craig Brook National Fish Hatchery (CBNFH). Excluded are landlocked salmon and those salmon raised in commercial hatcheries for aquaculture.
Salmon, chinook Oncorhynchus (=Salmo) tshawytscha Upper Willamette River ESU—U.S.A. (OR), including all naturally spawned populations of spring-run Chinook salmon in the Clackamas River and in the Willamette River, and its tributaries, above Willamette Falls, Oregon, as well as seven artificial propagation programs: See 223.102.
Salmon, chinook Oncorhynchus (=Salmo) tshawytscha Sacramento River winter-run ESU—U.S.A. (CA), including all naturally spawned populations of winter-run Chinook salmon in the Sacramento River and its tributaries in California, as well as two artificial propagation programs: See 224.101(a)
Salmon, chinook Oncorhynchus (=Salmo) tshawytscha Upper Columbia spring-run ESU— U.S.A. (WA), including all naturally spawned populations of Chinook salmon in all river reaches accessible to Chinook salmon in Columbia River tributaries upstream of the Rock Island Dam and downstream of Chief Joseph Dam in Washington (excluding the Okanogan River), the Columbia River from a straight line connecting the west end of the Clatsop jetty (south jetty, Oregon side) and the west end of the Peacock jetty (north jetty, Washington side) upstream to Chief Joseph Dam in Washington, as well as six artificial propagation programs: See 224.101(a).
Salmon, sockeye Oncorhynchus (=Salmo) nerka U.S.A. (Snake River, ID stock wherever found.)
Sawfish, smalltooth Pristis pectinata entire
Scrub-bird, noisy Atrichornis clamosus entire
Sea turtle, green Chelonia mydas Breeding colony populations in FL and on Pacific coast of Mexico
Sea turtle, hawksbill Eretmochelys imbricata entire
Sea turtle, Kemp’s ridley Lepidochelys kempii entire
Sea turtle, leatherback Dermochelys coriacea entire
Sea-lion, Steller Eumetopias jubatus Entire, except the population segment west of 1440 W. Long
Sea-lion, Steller Eumetopias jubatus Population segment west of 1440 W. Long
Seal, Hawaiian monk Monachus schauinslandi entire
Seal, Mediterranean monk Monachus monachus entire
Seal, Saimaa Phoca hispida saimensis entire
Seledang Bos gaurus entire
Serow Naemorhedus (=Capricornis) sumatraensis entire
Serval, Barbary Leptailurus (=Felis) serval constantina entire
Shama, Cebu black (thrush) Copsychus niger cebuensis entire
Shapo Ovis vignei vignei entire
Sheep, Peninsular bighorn Ovis canadensis nelsoni U.S.A. (CA) Peninsular Ranges
Sheep, Sierra Nevada bighorn Ovis canadensis sierrae U.S.A. (CA) Sierra Nevada
Shiner, Cahaba Notropis cahabae entire
Shiner, Cape Fear Notropis mekistocholas entire
Shiner, palezone Notropis albizonatus entire
Shiner, Topeka Notropis topeka (=tristis) entire
Shou Cervus elaphus wallichi entire
Shrew, Buena Vista Lake ornate Sorex ornatus relictus entire
Shrike, San Clemente loggerhead Lanius ludovicianus mearnsi entire
Shrimp, Alabama cave Palaemonias alabamae entire
Shrimp, California freshwater Syncaris pacifica entire
Shrimp, Kentucky cave Palaemonias ganteri entire
Siamang Symphalangus syndactylus entire
Sifakas Propithecus spp. entire
Siskin, red Carduelis cucullata entire
Skipper, Carson wandering Pseudocopaeodes eunus obscurus entire
Skipper, Laguna Mountains Pyrgus ruralis lagunae entire
Sloth, Brazilian three-toed Bradypus torquatus entire
Snail, armored Pyrgulopsis (=Marstonia) pachyta entire
Snail, Iowa Pleistocene Discus macclintocki entire
Snail, Manus Island tree Papustyla pulcherrima entire
Snail, Morro shoulderband (=Banded dune) Helminthoglypta walkeriana entire
Snail, Pecos assiminea Assiminea pecos entire
Snail, Snake River physa Physa natricina entire
Snail, Stock Island tree Orthalicus reses (not incl. nesodryas) entire
Snail, tulotoma Tulotoma magnifica entire
Snail, Virginia fringed mountain Polygyriscus virginianus entire
Snails, Oahu tree Achatinella spp. entire
Snake, Maria Island Liophus ornatus entire
Snake, San Francisco garter Thamnophis sirtalis tetrataenia entire
Solenodon, Cuban Solenodon cubanus entire
Solenodon, Haitian Solenodon paradoxus entire
Sparrow, Cape Sable seaside Ammodramus maritimus mirabilis entire
Sparrow, Florida grasshopper Ammodramus savannarum floridanus entire
Sparrowhawk, Anjouan Island Accipiter francesii pusillus entire
Spider, Government Canyon Bat Cave Neoleptoneta microps entire
Spider, Kauai cave wolf or pe’e pe’e maka ‘ole Adelocosa anops entire
Spider, spruce-fir moss Microhexura montivaga entire
Spider, Tooth Cave Leptoneta myopica entire
Spinedace, White River Lepidomeda albivallis entire
Spinymussel, James Pleurobema collina entire
Spinymussel, Tar River Elliptio steinstansana entire
Springfish, Hiko White River Crenichthys baileyi grandis entire
Springfish, White River Crenichthys baileyi baileyi entire
Springsnail, Alamosa Tryonia alamosae entire
Springsnail, Bruneau Hot Pyrgulopsis bruneauensis entire
Springsnail, Koster’s Juturnia kosteri entire
Springsnail, Roswell Pyrgulopsis roswellensis entire
Springsnail, Socorro Pyrgulopsis neomexicana entire
Squirrel, Carolina northern flying Glaucomys sabrinus coloratus entire
Squirrel, Delmarva Peninsula fox Sciurus niger cinereus Entire, except Sussex Co., DE
Squirrel, Delmarva Peninsula fox Sciurus niger cinereus U.S.A. (DE, Sussex Co.)
Squirrel, Mount Graham red Tamiasciurus hudsonicus grahamensis entire
Squirrel, Virginia northern flying Glaucomys sabrinus fuscus entire
Stag, Barbary Cervus elaphus barbarus entire
Stag, Kashmir Cervus elaphus hanglu entire
Starling, Ponape mountain Aplonis pelzelni entire
Starling, Rothschild’s (myna) Leucopsar rothschildi entire
Steelhead Oncorhynchus (=Salmo) mykiss All naturally spawned populations (and their progeny) in streams in the Snake R. Basin of southeast WA, northeast OR, and ID
Stickleback, unarmored threespine Gasterosteus aculeatus williamsoni entire
Stilt, black Himantopus novaezelandiae Entire
Stilt, Hawaiian Himantopus mexicanus knudseni entire
Stirrupshell Quadrula stapes entire
Stork, oriental white Ciconia boyciana (=ciconia b.) entire
Stork, wood Mycteria americana U.S.A. (AL, FL, GA, SC)
Sturgeon, Alabama Scaphirhynchus suttkusi entire
Sturgeon, pallid Scaphirhynchus albus entire
Sturgeon, shortnose Acipenser brevirostrum entire
Sturgeon, Shovelnose Scaphirhynchus platorynchus entire
Sturgeon, white Acipenser transmontanus U.S.A. (ID, MT), Canada (B.C.), (Kootenai R. system)
Sucker, June Chasmistes liorus entire
Sucker, Lost River Deltistes luxatus entire
Sucker, Modoc Catostomus microps entire
Sucker, razorback Xyrauchen texanus entire
Sucker, shortnose Chasmistes brevirostris entire
Sucker, Warner Catostomus warnerensis entire
Sunbird, Marungu Nectarinia prigoginei entire
Suni, Zanzibar Neotragus moschatus moschatus entire
Swiftlet, Mariana gray Aerodramus vanikorensis bartschi entire


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