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Endangered Species Status for Beardless Chinchweed With Designation of Critical Habitat, and Threatened Species Status for Bartram's Stonecrop (Draft)
Dec. 9, 2019
USFWS proposes to list Pectis imberbis (beardless chinchweed), a plant species from southern Arizona and northern Mexico, as an endangered species and to designate critical habitat for Beardless chinchweed. In total, USFWS propose to designate approximately 10,604 acres (4,291 hectares) in southern Arizona as critical habitat for this plant. In addition, USFWS proposes to list Graptopetalum bartramii (Bartram's stonecrop), a plant species from southern Arizona and northern Mexico, as a threatened species. USFWS is not proposing to designate critical habitat for Bartram's stonecrop because we find that a designation is not prudent. Comments received or postmarked on or before 4 February 2020 will be accepted. POC is Jeff Humphrey, Field Supervisor, USFWS, Arizona Ecological Services Field Office, 9828 North 31st Avenue, #C3, Phoenix, AZ 85051-2517; tele: 602-242-0210. https://www.federalregister.gov/d/2019-26210
 

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