| Endangered and threatened wildlife and plants : 12-month finding for the eastern Taiwan Strait Indo-Pacific Humpback dolphin, Dusky sea snake, Banggai cardinalfish, Harrisson's dogfish, and three corals under the Endangered Species Act - :894 | Coral Reef Conservation Program (CRCP) | National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS)
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Endangered and threatened wildlife and plants : 12-month finding for the eastern Taiwan Strait Indo-Pacific Humpback dolphin, Dusky sea snake, Banggai cardinalfish, Harrisson's dogfish, and three corals under the Endangered Species Act
  • Published Date:
    2014
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    "We, NMFS, have completed comprehensive status reviews under the Endangered Species Act (ESA) for seven foreign marine species in response to a petition to list those species. These seven species are the Eastern Taiwan Strait population of Indo-Pacific humpback dolphin (Sousa chinensis), dusky sea snake (Aipysurus fuscus), Banggai cardinalfish (Pterapogon kauderni), Harrisson's dogfish (Centrophorus harrissoni), and the corals Cantharellus noumeae, Siderastrea glynni, and Tubastraea floreana. We have determined that the Eastern Taiwan Strait Indo-Pacific humpback dolphin is not a distinct population segment and therefore does not warrant listing. We have determined that, based on the best scientific and commercial data available, and after taking into account efforts being made to protect the species, Pterapogon kauderni, and Centrophorus harrissoni meet the definition of a threatened species; and Aipysurus 2 fuscus, Cantharellus noumeae, Siderastrea glynni, and Tubastraea floreana meet the definition of an endangered species. Therefore, we propose to list these six species under the ESA. We are not proposing to designate critical habitat for any of the species proposed for listing, because the geographical areas occupied by these species are entirely outside U.S. jurisdiction, and we have not identified any unoccupied areas that are currently essential to the conservation of any of these species. We are soliciting comments on our proposals to list the six species. We are also proposing related administrative changes to our lists of threatened and endangered species. DATES: Comments on our proposed rule to list eight species must be received by [insert date 60 days after date of publication in the FEDERAL REGISTER]. Public hearing requests must be made by [insert date 45 days after publication in the FEDERAL REGISTER]"--Summary.

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