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Listings and Recovery Plans as of October 31,1999

                           ENDANGERED           THREATENED

   GROUP                 U.S.   FOREIGN       U.S.    FOREIGN

?? MAMMALS                61      248           8       16
?? BIRDS                  74      178          15        6
?? REPTILES               14       65          22       14
?? AMPHIBIANS              9        8           8        1
?? FISHES                 69       11          43        0
?? SNAILS                 18        1          10        0
?? CLAMS                  61        2           8        0
?? CRUSTACEANS            17        0           3        0
?? INSECTS                28        4           9        0
?? ARACHNIDS               5        0           0        0

   ANIMAL SUBTOTAL       356      517         126       37

?? FLOWERING PLANTS      550        1         137        0
?? CONIFERS                2        0           1        2
?? FERNS AND OTHERS       26        0           2        0

PLANT SUBTOTAL           578        1         140        2
GRAND TOTAL              934      518         266       39

                         TOTAL         U.S. SPECIES
   GROUP                LISTINGS       W/PLANS(**)

?? MAMMALS                333               49
?? BIRDS                  273               76
?? REPTILES               115               30
?? AMPHIBIANS              26               12
?? FISHES                 123               91
?? SNAILS                  29               20
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