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The terrapin was identified as a Species of Greatest Conservation Need in the 2015 New York State Wildlife Action Plan due to documented threats from habitat loss, nest predation, and incidental capture; the turtles are sometimes accidentally trapped in crab pots or other commercial fishing gear.
However, there remains a need to further survey larger rivers because most rivers have not been sampled well and potentially have additional species of greatest conservation need (J.
The aim is to help protect species with the greatest conservation need. The Arkansas Game & Fish Commission will get an additional $450,797 in non-federal matching funds, either from the state of Arkansas or other project partners.
Most of the wildlife action plans refer to these targeted species as "species of greatest conservation need." In identifying these species, the intent was not to define a new official status on top of existing threatened, endangered, or other designations.
The species has been a candidate for federal protection under the Endangered Species Act (ESA) since 2005, and has been identified as a Species of Greatest Conservation Need (SGCN) in both the Louisiana Wildlife Action Plan (WAP) and the Mississippi Comprehensive Wildlife Conservation Strategy.
Within its 3,100 acres, the Pine Bush holds a remarkable 45 "Species of Greatest Conservation Need," including 16 bird, 17 insect and 12 reptile and amphibian species.
Heterosternuta sulphuria has been listed as a species of greatest conservation need in Arkansas with a priority score of 80 out of 100 (Anderson, 2006).
Additionally, FWC and partners identified a list of 974 Species of Greatest Conservation Need. This list outlines Florida's most imperiled animals, as well as those that may become imperiled in the future without intervention.