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Canadian Biodiversity: Species: Fish: Rainbow trout, kamloops ...
Rainbow trout, kamloops trout, steelhead trout. Salmo gairdneri. Image: Duane Raver, USFWS Rainbow trout. Image: Duane Raver, USFWS ...
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Canadian Biodiversity : Legislation: International organizations
This treaty was negotiated between Canada and the United States to halt the extinction of migratory birds and to establish regulations for their ...
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Canadian Biodiversity: Species: Plants: Pink and yellow corydalis ...
Species description, photo and/or distribution map: Pink and yellow corydalis, pale corydalis, harlequin-flower Corydalis sempervirens.
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Canadian Biodiversity: Species: Fungi: White Matsutake
Map of White Matsutake in Canada Distribution of White Matsutake in Canada. Back to the main Fungi page · Previous species: Netted Rhodotus ...
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Canadian Biodiversity: Species: Mammals: Grey or Black Squirrel
Species description, photo and/or distribution map: Grey or Black Squirrel Sciurus carolinensis.
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Canadian Biodiversity: Species: Insects: German Cockroaches, Wood ...
Species description, photo and/or distribution map: German Cockroaches, Wood Roaches and Allies Blattellidae.
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Canadian Biodiversity: Species: Insects: Flies (Diptera)
Leaf-Miner Flies (family Agromyzidae) Anthomyiid Flies or Root-Maggot Flies (family Anthomyiidae) ... Humpbacked Flies or Scuttle Flies (family Phoridae) ...
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Canadian Biodiversity: Species: Plants: Trees
Canada's flowering trees. ... Western flowering dogwood, pacific dogwood Cornus nuttalli ... Canada yew, American yew, ground-hemlock Taxus canadensis ...
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Canadian Biodiversity: Species: Insects: Subterranean and Damp ...
Only one species of this family is found in eastern Canada and it is very rare and ... Termites families are generally distinguished by their antennae, ...
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Canadian Biodiversity: Species: Mammals: Keen's Bat
Field tagging studies have shown that this species can live up to 18 years of age. Map of Keen's Bat in Canada Distribution of Keen's Bat in Canada ...
 
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