Endangered and Threatened Wildlife of Kentucky, North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee
Warren Parker, Laura Dixon
North Carolina Agricultural Extension Service, 1980 - Endangered species - 116 pages
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A. E. Spreitzer adult Alabama Bachman's Warbler baleen Birds STATUS brown Clinch River coastal color varies Creek critical habitat Cumberland River Dam construction dark decline DESCRIPTION DISTRIBUTION dredging and strip-mining Dysnomia eastern cougar eggs extinct fast-flowing waters feeds feet Females finback Fish and Wildlife Fishes STATUS flippers Florida Florida Panther four-state area Glossary gravel and sand gravel dredging gray bat green turtle growth lines HABITAT and CHARACTERISTICS Hancock Counties hawksbill Historic humpback inches ivory-billed woodpecker Laura Dixon males manatee medium-sized mussel Mollusks STATUS nacre nesting North northeastern Tennessee numbers ocean pearly mussel occurred pearly white Pigtoe Pearly Mussel pink mucket plants pollution posterior Powell River protection REMARKS Reptiles STATUS River population Rough Pigtoe sand bottom habitats shell color Shiny Pigtoe slackwater darter South Carolina south-central Tennessee spotfin chub streams surface tail Tennessee River threatened typically found living U.S. Fish underparts valves Wildlife Service yellow yellowfin madtom