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T&E Species and Critical Habitat
 Roswell Aquifer

Mapping Application

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Explore the Roswell Karst Mapping Application, with data layers for Groundwater and Surface Water Quality and Quantity, Critical Habitat for the Karst Threatened and Endangered Species, Precipitation data and more.  The mapping application works with the ArcGIS Viewer for Flex.  Click on the image to access the mapping application.


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 Federally Threatened and Endangered Species of the Roswell Aquifer


INVERTEBRATES

     
       
       
Image of Koster's Springsnail, courtesy of Brian Lang, New Mexico Dept of Game and Fish Koster's Springsnail (Juturnia kosteri) Image of Noel's Amphipod, courtesy of Brian Lang, New Mexico Dept of Game and Fish Noel's Amphipod (Gammarus desperatus)
       
Image of Pecos Assiminea Snail, courtesy of Brian Lang, New Mexico Dept of Game and Fish Pecos Assiminea Snail (Assiminea pecos) Image of Roswell Springsnail, courtesy of Brian Lang, New Mexico Dept of Game and Fish Roswell Springsnail (Pyrgulopsis roswellensis)
       
       
FISHES      
       
       
Image of Pecos Bluntnose Shiner, courtesy of David L. Rogowski, New Mexico Dept of Game and Fish Pecos Bluntnose Shiner (Notropis simus pecosensis) Image of Pecos Gambusia, courtesy of Texas Parks and Wildlife Dept Pecos gambusia (Gambusia nobilis)
       
       
BIRDS      
       
       
Photo: US Fish and Wildlife Least Tern (Sterna antillarum athalassos)    
       
       
PLANTS      
       
       
Image of Pecos Sunflower, courtesy of R. Sivinski, New Mexico Rare Plants Pecos Sunflower (Helianthus paradoxus)  

 


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