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6134.0200 ANIMAL SPECIES.

Subpart 1.

Mammals.

The following species of mammals are designated as:

A.

Endangered: none.

B.

Threatened:

(1)

Spilogale putorius, eastern spotted skunk; and

(2)

Thomomys talpoides, northern pocket gopher.

C.

Of special concern:

(1)

Alces americanus, moose;

(2)

Cervus canadensis, elk;

(3)

Cryptotis parva, North American least shrew;

(4)

Eptesicus fuscus, big brown bat;

(5)

Lynx canadensis, Canada lynx;

(6)

Microtus ochrogaster, prairie vole;

(7)

Microtus pinetorum, woodland vole;

(8)

Mustela nivalis, least weasel;

(9)

Myotis lucifugus, little brown myotis;

(10)

Myotis septentrionalis, northern myotis;

(11)

Onychomys leucogaster, northern grasshopper mouse;

(12)

Perimyotis subflavus, tri-colored bat;

(13)

Perognathus flavescens, plains pocket mouse;

(14)

Phenacomys ungava, eastern heather vole;

(15)

Puma concolor, mountain lion;

(16)

Reithrodontomys megalotis, western harvest mouse;

(17)

Sorex fumeus, smoky shrew;

(18)

Synaptomys borealis, northern bog lemming; and

(19)

Urocitellus richardsonii, Richardson's ground squirrel.

Subp. 2.

Birds.

The following species of birds are designated as:

A.

Endangered:

(1)

Ammodramus bairdii, Baird's sparrow;

(2)

Ammodramus henslowii, Henslow's sparrow;

(3)

Anthus spragueii, Sprague's pipit;

(4)

Athene cunicularia, burrowing owl;

(5)

Calcarius ornatus, chestnut-collared longspur;

(6)

Charadrius melodus, piping plover;

(7)

Lanius ludovicianus, loggerhead shrike;

(8)

Podiceps auritus, horned grebe; and

(9)

Rallus elegans, king rail.

B.

Threatened:

(1)

Phalaropus tricolor, Wilson's phalarope; and

(2)

Sterna hirundo, common tern.

C.

Of special concern:

(1)

Accipiter gentilis, northern goshawk;

(2)

Aegolius funereus, boreal owl;

(3)

Ammodramus nelsoni, Nelson's sparrow;

(4)

Asio flammeus, short-eared owl;

(5)

Buteo lineatus, red-shouldered hawk;

(6)

Chondestes grammacus, lark sparrow;

(7)

Coturnicops noveboracensis, yellow rail;

(8)

Cygnus buccinator, trumpeter swan;

(9)

Empidonax virescens, acadian flycatcher;

(10)

Falco peregrinus, peregrine falcon;

(11)

Gallinula galeata, common gallinule;

(12)

Leucophaeus pipixcan, Franklin's gull;

(13)

Limosa fedoa, marbled godwit;

(14)

Parkesia motacilla, Louisiana waterthrush;

(15)

Pelecanus erythrorhynchos, American white pelican;

(16)

Progne subis, purple martin;

(17)

Setophaga cerulea, cerulean warbler

(18)

Setophaga citrina, hooded warbler;

(19)

Sterna forsteri, Forster's tern;

(20)

Tympanuchus cupido, greater prairie-chicken; and

(21)

Vireo bellii, Bell's vireo.

Subp. 3.

Amphibians and reptiles.

The following species of amphibians and reptiles are designated as:

A.

Endangered:

(1)

Acris blanchardi, Blanchard's cricket frog; and

(2)

Sistrurus catenatus, massasauga.

B.

Threatened:

(1)

Crotalus horridus, timber rattlesnake;

(2)

Emydoidea blandingii, Blanding's turtle;

(3)

Glyptemys insculpta, wood turtle; and

(4)

Pantherophis obsoletus, western ratsnake.

C.

Of special concern:

(1)

Ambystoma maculatum, spotted salamander;

(2)

Anaxyrus cognatus, Great Plains toad;

(3)

Apalone mutica, smooth softshell;

(4)

Coluber constrictor, North American racer;

(5)

Hemidactylium scutatum, four-toed salamander;

(6)

Heterodon nasicus, plains hog-nosed snake;

(7)

Necturus maculosus, mudpuppy;

(8)

Pituophis catenifer, gopher snake;

(9)

Plestiodon fasciatus, common five-lined skink; and

(10)

Tropidoclonion lineatum, lined snake.

Subp. 4.

Fish.

The following species of fish are designated as:

A.

Endangered:

(1)

Alosa chrysochloris, skipjack herring;

(2)

Crystallaria asprella, crystal darter;

(3)

Hybopsis amnis, pallid shiner; and

(4)

Noturus exilis, slender madtom.

B.

Threatened:

(1)

Erimystax x-punctatus, gravel chub;

(2)

Fundulus sciadicus, plains topminnow;

(3)

Ictiobus niger, black buffalo;

(4)

Notropis anogenus, pugnose shiner; and

(5)

Polyodon spathula, paddlefish.

C.

Of special concern:

(1)

Acipenser fulvescens, lake sturgeon;

(2)

Anguilla rostrata, American eel;

(3)

Aphredoderus sayanus, pirate perch;

(4)

Clinostomus elongatus, redside dace;

(5)

Coregonus kiyi, kiyi;

(6)

Coregonus Nipigon, Nipigon cisco;

(7)

Coregonus zenithicus, shortjaw cisco;

(8)

Couesius plumbeus, lake chub;

(9)

Cycleptus elongatus, blue sucker;

(10)

Etheostoma chlorosoma, bluntnose darter;

(11)

Etheostoma microperca, least darter;

(12)

Hybognathus nuchalis, Mississippi silvery minnow;

(13)

Ichthyomyzon fossor, northern brook lamprey;

(14)

Ichthyomyzon gagei, southern brook lamprey;

(15)

Lepomis gulosus, warmouth;

(16)

Lepomis peltastes, northern longear sunfish;

(17)

Lythrurus umbratilis, redfin shiner;

(18)

Morone mississippiensis, yellow bass;

(19)

Moxostoma duquesnei, black redhorse;

(20)

Notropis nubilus, Ozark minnow;

(21)

Notropis topeka, Topeka shiner;

(22)

Percina evides, gilt darter;

(23)

Phenacobius mirabilis, suckermouth minnow;

(24)

Platygobio gracilis, flathead chub; and

(25)

Prosopium coulterii, pygmy whitefish.

Subp. 5.

[Repealed, 20 SR 2782]

Subp. 6.

Mollusks.

The following species of mollusks are designated as:

A.

Endangered:

(1)

Arcidens confragosus, rock pocketbook;

(2)

Cumberlandia monodonta, spectaclecase;

(3)

Cyclonaias tuberculata, purple wartyback;

(4)

Elliptio crassidens, elephant-ear;

(5)

Epioblasma triquetra, snuffbox;

(6)

Fusconaia ebena, ebonyshell;

(7)

Lampsilis higginsii, Higgins eye;

(8)

Lampsilis teres, yellow sandshell;

(9)

Megalonaias nervosa, washboard;

(10)

Plethobasus cyphyus, sheepnose;

(11)

Quadrula fragosa, winged mapleleaf;

(12)

Simpsonaias ambigua, salamander mussel; and

(13)

Tritogonia verrucosa, pistolgrip.

B.

Threatened:

(1)

Actinonaias ligamentina, mucket;

(2)

Alasmidonta marginata, elktoe;

(3)

Ellipsaria lineolata, butterfly;

(4)

Elliptio dilatata, spike;

(5)

Lasmigona costata, fluted-shell;

(6)

Ligumia subrostrata, pondmussel;

(7)

Quadrula metanevra, monkeyface;

(8)

Quadrula nodulata, wartyback;

(9)

Striatura ferrea, black striate snail;

(10)

Truncilla donaciformis, fawnsfoot;

(11)

Venustaconcha ellipsiformis, ellipse; and

(12)

Vertigo meramecensis, bluff vertigo.

C.

Of special concern:

(1)

Anodonta suborbiculata, flat floater;

(2)

Elliptio complanata, eastern elliptio;

(3)

Gastrocopta rogersensis, Rogers' snaggletooth snail;

(4)

Lasmigona compressa, creek heelsplitter;

(5)

Ligumia recta, black sandshell;

(6)

Planogyra asteriscus, eastern flat-whorl snail;

(7)

Pleurobema sintoxia, round pigtoe;

(8)

Striatura ferrea, black striate snail; and

(9)

Zonitoides limatulus, dull gloss.

Subp. 7.

Jumping spiders.

The following species of jumping spiders are designated as:

A.

Endangered: none.

B.

Threatened: Tutelina formicaria.

C.

Of special concern:

(1)

Habronattus calcaratus maddisoni;

(2)

Habronattus texanus;

(3)

Habronattus viridipes;

(4)

Marpissa formosa;

(5)

Paradamoetas fontana;

(6)

Pelegrina arizonensis;

(7)

Phidippus apacheanus;

(8)

Phidippus pius; and

(9)

Sassacus papenhoei.

Subp. 8.

Butterflies and moths.

The following species of butterflies and moths are designated as:

A.

Endangered:

(1)

Erynnis persius persius, persius dusky wing;

(2)

Hesperia assiniboia, assiniboia skipper;

(3)

Hesperia dacotae, Dakota skipper;

(4)

Hesperia ottoe, ottoe skipper

(5)

Hesperia uncas, uncas skipper;

(6)

Lycaeides melissa samuelis, Karner blue;

(7)

Oarisma poweshiek, poweshiek skipperling; and

(8)

Oeneis uhleri varuna, Uhler's arctic.

B.

Threatened: Oarisma gratia, gratia skipper.

C.

Of special concern:

(1)

Atrytone arogos iowa, arogos skipper;

(2)

Catocala abbreviatella, abbreviated underwing;

(3)

Catocala whitneyi, Whitney's underwing;

(4)

Erebia mancinus, disa alpine;

(5)

Hesperia leonardus, leonardus skipper;

(6)

Lycaeides idas nabokovi, Nabokov's blue;

(7)

Pyrgus centaureae freija, grizzled skipper;

(8)

Schinia indiana, phlox moth;

(9)

Schinia lucens, leadplant flower moth; and

(10)

Speyeria idalia, regal fritillary.

Subp. 9.

Caddisflies.

The following species of caddisflies are designated as:

A.

Endangered:

(1)

Hydroptila waskesia, a species of purse casemaker caddisfly;

(2)

Limnephilus janus, a species of northern caddisfly;

(3)

Limnephilus secludens, a species of northern caddisfly;

(4)

Ochrotrichia spinosa, a species of purse casemaker caddisfly; and

(5)

Polycentropus milaca, a species of tube casemaker caddisfly.

B.

Threatened:

(1)

Chilostigma itascae, headwaters chilostigman caddisfly

(2)

Goera stylata;

(3)

Hydroptila rono, a species of purse casemaker caddisfly;

(4)

Ironoquia punctatissima, a species of northern caddisfly;

(5)

Lepidostoma libum;

(6)

Limnephilus rossi, a species of northern caddisfly;

(7)

Oecetis ditissa, a species of long-horned caddisfly;

(8)

Oxyethira ecornuta, a species of purse casemaker caddisfly;

(9)

Parapsyche apicalis, a species of nestspinning caddisfly;

(10)

Polycentropus glacialis, a species of tube casemaker caddisfly; and

(11)

Ylodes frontalis, a species of long-horned caddisfly.

C.

Of special concern:

(1)

Agapetus tomus;

(2)

Anabolia ozburni, a species of northern caddisfly;

(3)

Hydroptila metoeca, a species of purse casemaker caddisfly;

(4)

Hydroptila quinola, a species of purse casemaker caddisfly;

(5)

Hydroptila tortosa, a species of purse casemaker caddisfly;

(6)

Oxyethira itascae, a species of purse casemaker caddisfly;

(7)

Protoptila erotica, a species of saddle casemaker caddisfly; and

(8)

Triaenodes flavescens, a species of long-horned caddisfly.

Subp. 10.

Tiger beetles.

The following species of tiger beetles are designated as:

A.

Endangered:

(1)

Cicindela fulgida fulgida, crimson saltflat tiger beetle, fulgida subspecies;

(2)

Cicindela hirticollis rhodensis, hairy-necked tiger beetle; and

(3)

Cicindela limbata nympha, sandy tiger beetle.

B.

Threatened:

(1)

Cincindela fulgida westbournei, crimson saltflat tiger beetle, westbournei subspecies; and

(2)

Cicindela lepida, ghost tiger beetle.

C.

Of special concern:

(1)

Cicindela denikei, Laurentian tiger beetle;

(2)

Cicindela macra macra, sandy stream tiger beetle;

(3)

Cicindela patruela patruela, northern barrens tiger beetle; and

(4)

Cicindela splendida cyanocephalata, splendid tiger beetle.

Subp. 11.

Leafhoppers.

The following species of leafhoppers are designated as:

A.

Endangered: none.

B.

Threatened: none.

C.

Of special concern:

(1)

Aflexia rubranura, red-tailed leafhopper;

(2)

Attenuipyga vanduzeei, hill prairie shovelhead leafhopper; and

(3)

Macrosteles clavatus, caped leafhopper.

Subp. 12.

Dragonflies.

The following species of dragonflies are designated as:

A.

Endangered: none.

B.

Threatened: Ophiogomphus susbehcha, St. Croix snaketail.

C.

Of special concern:

(1)

Aeshna sitchensis, zigzag darner;

(2)

Aeshna subarctica, subarctic darner;

(3)

Boyeria grafiana, ocellated darner;

(4)

Ophiogomphus anomalus, extra-striped snaketail;

(5)

Ophiogomphus howei, pygmy snaketail;

(6)

Somatochlora brevicincta, Quebec emerald; and

(7)

Somatochlora forcipata, forcipate emerald.

Statutory Authority:

MS s 84.0895

History:

8 SR 1921; 20 SR 2782; L 2012 c 277 art 1 s 90; 38 SR 217

Published Electronically:

October 8, 2013

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