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Appendix F

Common and scientific names other than birds:

Mammals

  • African lion ( Panthera leo)
  • Bears ( Ursus americanus; U. arctos; U. maritimus)
  • Beaver ( Castor canadensis)
  • Bighorn sheep ( Ovis canadensis)
  • Bison ( Bison bison)
  • Bobcat ( Felis rufus)
  • Caribou (New World and Siberia) ( Rangifer tarandus)
  • Chipmunks ( Tamias striatus and Eutamias sp.)
  • Cottontail rabbit ( Sylvilagus floridanus)
  • Coyote ( Canis latrans)
  • Deer ( Odocoileus sp.)
  • Elk ( Cervus elaphus)
  • Foxes ( Vulpes sp., Urocyon sp., and Alopex lagopus)
  • Fur seal ( Callorhinus ursinus)
  • Jackrabbits ( Lepus sp.)
  • Lynx ( Felis lynx)
  • Mink ( Mustela vison)
  • Muskrat ( Ondatra zibethicus)
  • Nutria ( Myocaster coypus)
  • Pronghorn antelope ( Antilocapra americana)
  • Puma (Mountain lion) ( Felis concolor)
  • Raccoon ( Procyon lotor)
  • Rats ( Rattus sp.)
  • Reindeer (Old World and Greenland) ( Rangifer tarandus)
  • Sea lions ( Zalophus californianus and Eumetopias jubata)
  • Voles - small, mouse-like mammals primarily of the genera Clethrionomys and Microtus.
  • Weasels ( Mustela sp.)

Invertebrates

  • Asian tiger mosquito ( Aedes albopictus)
  • Black widow spider ( Latrodectus mactans)
  • Caecal worm ( Heterakis gallinarum)

Fish

  • Rainbow trout ( Salmo gairdneri)

Plants

  • Choke cherry ( Prunus virginiana)

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