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|Biodiversity Conservation in Canada - Appendix|
| Mammals | Birds | Fish | Amphibians and Reptiles | Plants |
COSEWIC status designations
Extinct: Any indigenous species of fauna or flora formerly indigenous to Canada no longer known to exist anywhere.
Extirpated: Any indigenous species of fauna or flora no longer known to exist in the wild in Canada but existing elsewhere.
Endangered: Any indigenous species of fauna of flora whose existence in Canada is threatened with immediate extinction through all or a significant portion of its range, owing to the action of humans.
Threatened: Any indigenous species of fauna or flora that is likely to become endangered in Canada if the factors affecting its vulnerability do not become reversed.
Vulnerable: Any indigenous species of fauna or flora that is particularly at risk because of low or declining numbers, occurrence at the fringe of its range or in restricted areas, or for some other reason, but is not a threatened species.
COSEWIC listed species at risk that are found in Quebec
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