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Threatened Species Status for Chapin Mesa Milkvetch and Designation of Critical Habitat (Draft)
Sep. 17, 2020
USFWS proposes to list Astragalus schmolliae (hereafter referred to by the common name Chapin Mesa milkvetch), a plant species from southwestern Colorado, as a threatened species under the ESA, and to designate critical habitat. If they make this rule final as proposed, the effect of this rule will be to add this species to the List of Endangered and Threatened Plants and to designate critical habitat for the species. In total, we propose to designate approximately 3,635 acres (1,471 hectares) in Montezuma County in southwestern Colorado as critical habitat for the species. They will accept comments received or postmarked on or before 16 November 2020. POC is Ann Timberman, Field Supervisor, USFWS, Colorado Ecological Services Field Office, 445 W. Gunnison Ave., Suite 240, Grand Junction, CO 81501-5711; tel:970-628-7181.
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