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Box score: listings and recovery plans as of August 5, 2005.

BOX SCORE
Listings and Recovery Plans as of August 5, 2005

                     ENDANGERED     THREATENED
                                                      TOTAL
GROUP              U.S.   FOREIGN   U.S.   FOREIGN   LISTINGS

MAMMALS             68      251      10      20         349
BIRDS               77      175      13       6         271
REPTILES            14       64      22      16         116
AMPHIBIANS          11        8      10       1          30
FISHES              71       11      43       1         126
SNAILS              21        1      11       0          33
CLAMS               62        2       8       0          72
CRUSTACEANS         18        0       3       0          21
INSECTS             35        4       9       0          48
ARACHNIDS           12        0       0       0          12

ANIMAL SUBTOTAL    389      516     129      44       1,078

FLOWERING PLANTS   571        1     144       0         716
CONIFERS             2        0       1       2           5
FERNS AND OTHERS    26        0       2       0          28
PLANT SUBTOTAL     599        1     147       2         749
GRAND TOTAL        988      517     276      46       1,827 *

                   U.S. SPECIES
GROUP                W/ PLANS

MAMMALS                  55
BIRDS                    78
REPTILES                 33
AMPHIBIANS               15
FISHES                   95
SNAILS                   22
CLAMS                    69
CRUSTACEANS              13
INSECTS                  31
ARACHNIDS                 5

ANIMAL SUBTOTAL         416

FLOWERING PLANTS        584
CONIFERS                  3
FERNS AND OTHERS         28
PLANT SUBTOTAL          615
GRAND TOTAL           1,031

TOTAL U.S. ENDANGERED: 988 (389 animals, 599 plants)

TOTAL U.S. THREATENED: 276 (129 animals, 147 plants)

TOTAL U.S. LISTED: 1,264 (518 animals **, 746  plants)

* Separate populations of a species listed both as Endangered and
Threatened are tallied once, for the endangered population only.
Those species are the argali, chimpanzee, leopard, Stellar sea-lion,
gray wolf, piping plover, roseate tern, green sea turtle, saltwater
crocodile, and olive ridley sea turtle. For the purposes of the
Endangered Species Act, the term "species" can mean a species,
subspecies, or distinct vertebrate population. Several entries also
represent entire genera or even families. ** Nine animal species have
dual status in the U.S.
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