Cylindrical lioplax (Lioplax cyclostomaformis)

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Listing Status:   

Where Listed: WHEREVER FOUND

General Information

The cylindrical lioplax is a gill-breathing snail in the family Viviparidae with an elongate shell reaching about 28 millimeters (mm) (1.1 inches) in length. The shell color is light to dark olivaceous-green externally, and bluish inside of the aperture.

  • States/US Territories in which the Cylindrical lioplax, Wherever found is known to or is believed to occur:  Alabama
  • US Counties in which the Cylindrical lioplax, Wherever found is known to or is believed to occur:  View All
  • USFWS Refuges in which the Cylindrical lioplax, Wherever found is known to occur:  Cahaba River National Wildlife Refuge
 
Current Listing Status Summary
Status Date Listed Lead Region Where Listed
1998-10-28 Southeast Region (Region 4) Wherever found

» Federal Register Documents

Federal Register Documents
Date Citation Page Title
2014-03-25 00:00:00.0 79 FR 16366 16368 Endangered and Threatened Wildlife and Plants; 5-Year Status Reviews of 33 Southeastern Species
2005-06-14 00:00:00.0 70 FR 34492 34494 Initiation of 5-Year Reviews of 25 Southeastern Species
1997-09-19 00:00:00.0 62 FR 49398 49397 Review of Plant and Animal Taxa
1994-11-15 00:00:00.0 59 FR 58982 59028 ETWP; Animal Candidate Review for Listing as Endangered or Threatened Species.
2005-12-02 00:00:00.0 70 FR 72307 72308 Notice of Availability of a Final Recovery Plan for Six Mobile Basin Aquatic Snails
2005-01-18 00:00:00.0 70 FR 2879 2880 Notice of Availability of a Technical Agency Draft Recovery Plan for Six Mobile Basin Aquatic Snails for Review and Comment
1997-10-17 00:00:00.0 62 FR 54020 54028 ETWP; Proposed Rule to List Three Aquatic Snails as Endangered, and Three Aquatic Snails as Threatened in the Mobile River Basin of Alabama
1996-02-28 00:00:00.0 61 FR 7597 7613 ETWP; Review of Plant and Animal Taxa That Are Candidates for Listing as Endangered or Threatened Species
1998-10-28 00:00:00.0 63 FR 57610 57620 ETWP; Endangered Status for Three Aquatic Snails, and Threatened Status for Three Aquatic Snails in the Mobile River Basin of Alabama
1991-11-21 00:00:00.0 56 FR 58804 58836 ETWP; Animal Candidate Review for Listing as Endangered or Threatened Species; 56 FR 58804 58836

» Recovery

Current Recovery Plan(s)
Date Title Plan Action Status Plan Status
2005-12-02 Final Recovery Plan for Six Mobile Basin Aquatic Snails View Implementation Progress Final
Other Recovery Documents
Date Citation Page Title Document Type
2005-01-18 70 FR 2879 2880 Notice of Availability of a Technical Agency Draft Recovery Plan for Six Mobile Basin Aquatic Snails for Review and Comment
  • Notice Draft Recovery Plan Availability
2005-12-02 70 FR 72307 72308 Notice of Availability of a Final Recovery Plan for Six Mobile Basin Aquatic Snails
  • Notice Final Recovery Plan Availability
2005-06-14 70 FR 34492 34494 Initiation of 5-Year Reviews of 25 Southeastern Species
  • Notice 5-year Review, Initiation
2014-03-25 79 FR 16366 16368 Endangered and Threatened Wildlife and Plants; 5-Year Status Reviews of 33 Southeastern Species
  • Notice 5-year Review, Initiation
Five Year Review
Date Title
2016-07-08 Cylindrical Lioplax (Lioplax yclostomaformis); Flat Pebblesnail (Lepyrium showalteri); Plicate Rocksnail (Leptoxis plicata); Painted Rocksnail (Leptoxis taeniata); Round Rocksnail (Leptoxis ampla); Lacy Elimia (Elimia crenatella) 5-Year Review: Summary and Evaluation
2006-08-29 Six Mobile River Basin Aquatic Snails 5-Year Reviews

» Critical Habitat

No critical habitat rules have been published for the Cylindrical lioplax.

» Conservation Plans

No conservation plans have been created for Cylindrical lioplax.

» Petitions

» Life History

Habitat Requirements

The cylindrical lioplax lives in the mud under large rocks in rapid shoal currents. Other lioplax species are usually found along stream margins in exposed muddy substrates (Service 2005).

Reproductive Strategy

Like other members of the family Viviparidae, the cylindrical lioplax gives live birth (young hatch internally and born as juveniles) and may live 3 to 11 years (Service 2005).

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