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Endangered and threatened wildlife and plants, threatened status for Lepidium papilliferum (slickspot peppergrass) throughout its range: Reconsideration of final rule and request for comments, published Feb


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Endangered and threatened wildlife and plants, threatened status for Lepidium papilliferum (slickspot peppergrass) throughout its range: Reconsideration of final rule and request for comments, published Feb. 12, 2014, comments received or postmarked by March 14, 2014, comments submitted electronically using the Federal eRulemaking Portal by 11:59 p.m. Eastern Time March 14, 2014

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The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service amends and updates, and provides and requests further information regarding its Oct. 8, 2009, final rule listing Lepidium papilliferum (slickspot peppergrass) as a threatened species throughout its range under the Endangered Species Act. The USFWS are addressing the Idaho District Court's remand of the Oct. 8, 2009 rule because the Court asked the agency to reconsider the definition of the “foreseeable future” regarding this particular species. The USFWS announces the opening of a public comment period seeking input on its interpretation of the foreseeable future as it pertains specifically to L. papilliferum. The USFWS will also consider any new information regarding population status, trends, or threats that has become available since our last review of the status of the species in 2009.



Endangered and threatened wildlife and plants, designation of critical habitat for Lepidium papilliferum: Revised proposed rule, reopening of comment period, published Feb. 12, 2014, comments received or postmarked by March 14, 2014, comments submitted electronically using the Federal eRulemaking Portal by 11:59 p.m. Eastern Time March 14, 2014

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The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service amends its proposal to designate critical habitat for Lepidium papilliferum (slickspot peppergrass) under the Endangered Species Act. In total, approximately 24,808 hectares (61,301 acres) in Ada, Payette, Elmore, and Owyhee Counties in Idaho fall within the boundaries of the revised proposed critical habitat designation. If this rule is finalized as proposed, the effect of this regulation will be to designate critical habitat for Lepidium papilliferum under the act.


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