Pink mucket (Lampsilis abrupta)

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Listing Status:   

Where Listed: WHEREVER FOUND

  • States/US Territories in which the Pink mucket, Entire is known to or is believed to occur:  Alabama , Arkansas , Illinois , Kentucky , Louisiana , Missouri , Ohio , Tennessee , Virginia , West Virginia
  • US Counties in which the Pink mucket, Entire is known to or is believed to occur:  View All
  • USFWS Refuges in which the Pink mucket, Entire is known to occur:  Cache River National Wildlife Refuge, Fern Cave National Wildlife Refuge, Key Cave National Wildlife Refuge, Ohio River Islands National Wildlife Refuge, Tennessee National Wildlife Refuge  ... Show All Refuges
 
Current Listing Status Summary
Status Date Listed Lead Region Where Listed
06/14/1976 Southeast Region (Region 4) Entire

» Federal Register Documents

Federal Register Documents
Date Citation Page Title
07/29/2008 73 FR 43947 43948 5-Year Status Review of 20 Southeastern Species
06/14/1976 41 FR 24062 24067 Endangered Status for 159 Taxa of Animals; 41 FR 24062 24067
09/26/1975 40 FR 44392 44333 CITES: Proposed Endangered Status for 216 Species on Convention Appendix I; 40 FR 44392 44333

» Recovery

Current Recovery Plan(s)
Date Title Plan Action Status Plan Status
01/24/1985 Pink Mucket Pearly Mussel View Implementation Progress Final
Other Recovery Documents
Date Citation Page Title Document Type
07/29/2008 73 FR 43947 43948 5-Year Status Review of 20 Southeastern Species
  • Notice 5-year Review, Initiation

» Critical Habitat

No critical habitat rules have been published for the Pink mucket.

» Conservation Plans

Candidate Conservation Agreements (CCA): (learn more)
CCA Plan Summaries
Chucky madtom (Weems)

» Petitions

» Life History

Habitat Requirements

Relatively silt-free substrates of sand, gravel, and cobble in good flows of smaller streams.

Food Habits

Suspension feeder on plankton; deposit feeder on bacteria and organic matter in substrate.

Movement / Home Range

Sedentary.

Reproductive Strategy

Separate sexes, males releasing sperm to water column, where females uptake while filter-feeding/respiring. A long-term breeder, meaning having a protracted spawning season lasting several months in the warm season. Specialized larvae termed glochidia brooded in females gills; glochidia require host fish for several week parasitic stage on gills. Black basses typically serve as host fishes, which females attract with modified mantle tissues.

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