Aquatic Invasive Species Regulations (SOR/2015-121)

Regulations are current to 2017-05-11

Aquatic Invasive Species Regulations

SOR/2015-121

FISHERIES ACT

Registration 2015-05-29

Aquatic Invasive Species Regulations

P.C. 2015-633 2015-05-28

His Excellency the Governor General in Council, on the recommendation of the Minister of Fisheries and Oceans, pursuant to subsections 34(2), 36(5) and 43(1)Footnote a and (2)Footnote b of the Fisheries ActFootnote c, makes the annexed Aquatic Invasive Species Regulations.

Interpretation

Marginal note:Definitions

 The following definitions apply in these Regulations.

Act

Loi

Act means the Fisheries Act. (Loi)

aquatic invasive species

espèce aquatique envahissante

aquatic invasive species means a species set out in Part 2 or 3 of the schedule. (espèce aquatique envahissante)

indigenous

indigène

indigenous, in respect of an aquatic species, means that the species originated naturally in a particular region or body of water. (indigène)

General

Marginal note:List of aquatic invasive species

 For the purpose of subsection 43(3) of the Act, the list of aquatic invasive species is the list set out in Parts 2 and 3 of the schedule.

Marginal note:Estimate of costs

 Before publishing proposed regulations made under subsection 43(3) of the Act, the Minister must provide the President of the Treasury Board with an estimate of the costs of their implementation.

Marginal note:Designation of species

 A reference in these Regulations to an aquatic invasive species or family of aquatic invasive species by its common name as set out in column 1 in Part 2 or 3 of the schedule is to be read as a reference to the scientific name of that species or family of species that is set out in column 2.

Marginal note:Inconsistency with other regulations

 In the event of an inconsistency between these Regulations and any other regulations made under the Act, these Regulations prevail to the extent of the inconsistency.

Prohibitions

Marginal note:Prohibition against importation

 It is prohibited for any person to import members of a species set out in Part 2 of the schedule, including any genetic material capable of propagating the species, into the applicable area set out in column 4 of that Part, unless the member is in the condition, if any, set out in column 3.

Marginal note:Prohibition against possession

 It is prohibited for any person to possess members of a species set out in Part 2 of the schedule, including any genetic material capable of propagating the species, within the applicable area set out in column 5 of that Part, unless the member is in the condition, if any, set out in column 3.

Marginal note:Prohibition against transportation

 It is prohibited for any person to transport members of a species set out in Part 2 of the schedule, including any genetic material capable of propagating the species, within the applicable area set out in column 6 of that Part, unless the member is in the condition, if any, set out in column 3.

Marginal note:Prohibition against release

 It is prohibited for any person to release, or engage in any activity that may lead to the release of, members of a species set out in Part 2 of the schedule, including any genetic material capable of propagating the species, into a body of water frequented by fish within the applicable area set out in column 7 of that Part, unless the member is in the condition, if any, set out in column 3.

Marginal note:Prohibition against introduction of non-indigenous species

 It is prohibited for any person to introduce an aquatic species into a particular region or body of water frequented by fish where it is not indigenous unless authorized to do so under federal or provincial law.

Exemptions

Marginal note:Exemption for certain persons

 Sections 6 to 9 do not apply to fishery officers or fishery guardians carrying out their duties under these Regulations or to any other person acting under their direction.

Marginal note:Exemption for emergencies

 Sections 6 to 10 do not apply to persons operating any vehicles, vessels or aircraft engaged in emergency, search and rescue or firefighting operations.

Marginal note:Exemption for authorized purposes
  •  (1) If the purpose of the importation, possession, transportation or release of members of a species set out in Part 2 of the schedule is for scientific, educational or aquatic invasive species control purposes, sections 6 to 9 do not apply

    • (a) to employees or any other person acting under the direction of

      • (i) an educational institution,

      • (ii) a research facility,

      • (iii) a zoo or aquarium, or

      • (iv) a federal or provincial department with a mandate to manage or control aquatic invasive species; and

    • (b) to persons engaged in the activities authorized under subsection 19(3).

  • Marginal note:Permit, licence or authorization required

    (2) The employees or persons exempted under subparagraphs (1)(a)(i) to (iii) must hold the applicable permits, licences and authorizations issued under the following provisions:

Marginal note:Exemption for licence holder

 Section 7 does not apply to a person holding a fishing licence who has caught a member of a species set out in Part 2 of the schedule if that person takes immediate measures to destroy the member in a manner that ensures that it and any genetic material capable of propagating the species cannot survive.

Marginal note:Exemption — certain diploid grass carp
  •  (1) Section 7 does not apply, in respect of the possession of diploid grass carp, to persons employed by the Aquaculture Centre of Excellence at Lethbridge College and Alberta Agriculture and Rural Development, or persons under their direction, if they hold a fish research licence issued under subsection 12(1) of the Fisheries (Alberta) Act of Alberta and if the diploid grass carp are possessed for the purpose of culturing triploid grass carp.

  • Marginal note:Exemption — triploid grass carp

    (2) Sections 7 and 8 do not apply, in respect of the possession and transportation of triploid grass carp, to persons holding a cultured fish licence issued under subsection 12(1) of the Fisheries (Alberta) Act of Alberta.

Marginal note:Exemption for holder of cultured fish licence

 Section 9 does not apply to persons holding a cultured fish licence issued under subsection 12(1) of the Fisheries (Alberta) Act of Alberta in respect of the release of grass carp — that have been confirmed as triploid grass carp — for the purpose of vegetation control, in a body of water on privately owned land that is isolated from other bodies of water in a manner that ensures that the grass carp will not adversely affect — in any other body of water — other fish, fish habitat or the use of fish.

Marginal note:Exemption if otherwise regulated
  •  (1) Sections 6 to 10 and directions given under subsections 22(2), 26(1) and 27(1), do not apply

  • Marginal note:Exemption for some vessels

    (2) A fishery officer or fishery guardian must not take the measures referred to in subsection 25(1) in respect of

    • (a) ballast water and sediments, in the case of any vessel to which section 2 of the Ballast Water Control and Management Regulations applies or any vessel exempted under paragraph 2(3)(a) or (b) of those Regulations from the application of those Regulations; or

    • (b) the biofouling of a vessel that is over 24 m in length.

  • Definition of biofouling

    (3) For the purpose of subsections (1) and (2), biofouling means the accumulation of aquatic organisms such as micro-organisms, plants and animals on surfaces and structures that are immersed in or exposed to the aquatic environment.

Prescribed Persons

Marginal note:Prescribed persons

 The following persons are prescribed under paragraph 36(5)(f) of the Act:

  • (a) the Minister of Fisheries and Oceans;

  • (b) the Minister responsible for the Parks Canada Agency;

  • (c) for Ontario, the provincial Minister of Natural Resources and Forestry;

  • (d) for Nova Scotia, the provincial Minister of Fisheries and Aquaculture;

  • (e) for Manitoba, the provincial Minister of Conservation and Water Stewardship;

  • (f) for British Columbia, the provincial Minister of Environment and the provincial Minister of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations;

  • (g) for Saskatchewan, the provincial Minister of Environment;

  • (h) for Alberta, the provincial Minister of Environment and Sustainable Resource Development; and

  • (i) for Yukon, the territorial Minister of Environment.

Compliance and Enforcement

Control and Eradication

Definition of Minister

  •  (1) For the purpose of this section and sections 27 and 28, Minister means any of the persons listed in section 18.

  • Marginal note:Purposes

    (2) The Minister may take a measure referred to in subsection (3)

    • (a) to prevent the introduction or spread of, or to control or eradicate,

      • (i) any species set out in Part 2 of the schedule in the areas in which it is prohibited,

      • (ii) any species set out in Part 2 or 3 of the schedule in a particular region or body of water frequented by fish where the species is not indigenous and may harm fish, fish habitat or the use of fish, and

      • (iii) any aquatic species, other than a species set out in Part 2 or 3 of the schedule, in a particular region or body of water frequented by fish where the aquatic species is not indigenous and may harm fish, fish habitat or the use of fish; and

    • (b) to treat or destroy any member of a species described in paragraph (a).

  • Marginal note:Control activities

    (3) Despite any other regulations made under the Act, the Minister may authorize the deposit of deleterious substances belonging to one of the classes of deleterious substances authorized under section 21 and provide directions for their deposit in any water or place referred to in subsection 36(3) of the Act.

  • Marginal note:Exemption for aquaculture activities

    (4) Subsection (3) does not apply in respect of aquaculture activities if the deposit of a deleterious substance is otherwise authorized under the Act.

Marginal note:Licensed fishing for aquatic invasive species

 Despite any other regulations made under the Act, the Minister and any provincial minister having jurisdiction over fisheries may license fishing for any species referred to in subsection 19(2) in the places referred to in that subsection.

Marginal note:Authorized deleterious substances

 The following classes of deleterious substances are authorized for the purpose of paragraph 36(4)(b) of the Act and subsections 19(3) and 27(1):

  • (a) drugs whose sale is permitted or otherwise authorized, or whose importation is not prohibited, under the Food and Drugs Act; and

  • (b) pest control products that are registered, or whose use is authorized, under the Pest Control Products Act.

Measures and Directions

Marginal note:Notification regarding non-indigenous species
  •  (1) A fishery officer or fishery guardian may notify a person, directly or through a public notice, that an aquatic species is not indigenous in a particular region or body of water frequented by fish.

  • Marginal note:Directions to stop introduction

    (2) In the event that the unauthorized introduction of an aquatic species into a particular region or body of water frequented by fish where it is not indigenous is imminent or in the process of occurring, a fishery officer may give a direction to a person

    • (a) prohibiting that person from engaging in any activity that may lead to that introduction; or

    • (b) directing that person to cease engaging in any activity that may lead to that introduction.

Marginal note:Definitions

 The following definitions apply in sections 25 to 27 and 29.

carrier

porteur

carrier means anything, other than a conveyance or structure, that is a host to, or that facilitates the movement of, a species set out in Part 2 or 3 of the schedule. (porteur)

conveyance or structure

moyen de transport ou structure

conveyance or structure means a conveyance or structure that is a host to, or that facilitates the movement of, a species set out in Part 2 or 3 of the schedule. (moyen de transport ou structure)

Marginal note:Limitations

 A fishery officer or fishery guardian may take a measure set out in section 25 or give a direction set out in section 26 only

  • (a) to determine whether the species is an aquatic invasive species;

  • (b) to prevent the introduction or spread of, or to control or eradicate,

    • (i) any species set out in Part 2 of the schedule in the areas in which it is prohibited, or

    • (ii) any species set out in Part 2 or 3 of the schedule in a particular region or body of water frequented by fish where the species is not indigenous and may harm fish, fish habitat or the use of fish; or

  • (c) to treat or destroy any member of a species described in paragraph (b).

Marginal note:Measures
  •  (1) A fishery officer or fishery guardian or a person acting under their direction may

    • (a) treat or destroy a member of an aquatic invasive species or a carrier or treat a conveyance or structure;

    • (b) establish a temporary barrier around the member of an aquatic invasive species or the carrier, conveyance or structure; and

    • (c) post signs or markers that prohibit access around the member of an aquatic invasive species or the carrier, conveyance or structure.

  • Marginal note:Reasonable assistance

    (2) A person must give all reasonable assistance requested by the fishery officer or the fishery guardian to enable them to carry out the measures set out in subsection (1) and must provide any information requested by them that is relevant to the measures if the person

    • (a) is in possession of a member of a species set out in Part 2 or 3 of the schedule;

    • (b) is in possession or in charge of a carrier, conveyance or structure or owns or occupies the land, building or place where the member of the species is found; or

    • (c) is engaged in any activity that may lead or has led to the introduction or spread of the species.

Marginal note:Directions
  •  (1) Subject to subsection (2), a fishery officer may give a written direction requiring a person

    • (a) to restrict any activity that may lead to the introduction or spread of an aquatic invasive species;

    • (b) to restrict access to a place where a member of the species is found;

    • (c) to engage in any activity to prevent the introduction or spread of the species; and

    • (d) to engage in any activity to treat or destroy the member of the species or a carrier or to treat a conveyance or structure.

  • Marginal note:Persons subject to direction

    (2) The direction may be given only to a person who

    • (a) is in possession of a member of the species or of a carrier, conveyance or structure where a member of the species is found;

    • (b) is in charge of a carrier, conveyance or structure where a member of the species is found;

    • (c) owns or occupies the land, building or place where a member of the species is found; or

    • (d) is engaged in any activity that may lead or has led to the introduction or spread of the species.

  • Marginal note:Exemption from fishing licence

    (3) If a direction given under paragraph (1)(d) requires the use of fishing as a means to destroy members of a species set out in Part 2 or 3 of the schedule, the person to whom the direction is given is exempted from the requirement to hold a licence to fish for that species.

  • Marginal note:Exemption while under direction

    (4) If a direction given under subsection (1) requires a person to be in possession of or to transport a member of a species set out in Part 2 of the schedule, that person is exempted from sections 7 and 8 to the extent necessary to fulfill the requirements of the direction.

Marginal note:Use of deleterious substance
  •  (1) The Minister may give a written direction requiring the deposit of a deleterious substance belonging to one of the classes of deleterious substances authorized under section 21

    • (a) to prevent the introduction or spread of, or to control or eradicate,

      • (i) any species set out in Part 2 of the schedule in the areas in which it is prohibited, or

      • (ii) any species set out in Part 2 or 3 of the schedule in a particular region or body of water frequented by fish where the species is not indigenous and may harm fish, fish habitat or the use of fish; or

    • (b) to treat or destroy any member of a species described in paragraph (a) or a carrier or to treat a conveyance or structure where a member of the species is found.

  • Marginal note:Persons subject to direction

    (2) The direction may be given only to a person who

    • (a) is in possession of a member of the species or of a carrier, conveyance or structure where a member of the species is found;

    • (b) is in charge of a carrier, conveyance or structure where a member of the species is found;

    • (c) owns or occupies the land, building or place where a member of the species is found; or

    • (d) is engaged in any activity that may lead or has led to the introduction or spread of the species.

  • Marginal note:Exemption while under direction

    (3) If a direction given under subsection (1) requires a person to be in possession of or to transport a member of a species set out in Part 2 of the schedule, that person is exempted from sections7 and 8 to the extent necessary to fulfill the requirements of the direction.

Marginal note:Requirements
  •  (1) The measures set out in subsections 19(2) and (3) and 25(1) and the directions given in accordance with subsections 22(2), 26(1) and 27(1) must not be taken or given unless

    • (a) the measure or direction does not compromise public safety;

    • (b) in the case of a measure or direction affecting a vessel, the measure or direction is taken or given only to the extent that it does not compromise the safety of the vessel or the persons on board and, in the case of vessels over 24 m in length, if the Minister, the fishery officer or the fishery guardian has consulted the Minister of Transport or a marine safety inspector before taking the measure or giving the direction; and

    • (c) in the case of a non-emergency situation in which the measure or direction may have a significant impact on activities under the jurisdiction of a department or agency of the Government of Canada or the government of any province or municipality, the Minister, the fishery officer or the fishery guardian has notified that department, agency or government.

  • Marginal note:Deleterious substance

    (2) If a measure or direction referred to in subsection (1) involves the deposit of a deleterious substance,

    • (a) alternative measures and the impact of the deposit on fish, fish habitat or the use of fish must be taken into account; and

    • (b) the deposit must be authorized by a person prescribed under section 18.

Marginal note:Contents of directions
  •  (1) Directions given under subsection 26(1) or 27(1) must

    • (a) describe the member of the aquatic invasive species and the carrier, conveyance or structure, if there is one, that is the subject of the direction;

    • (b) briefly describe the reasons for the direction;

    • (c) set out the time period in respect of which the direction applies, up to a maximum of 15 days with an extension of up to a maximum of 90 days;

    • (d) describe the requirements set out in subsection 26(1) or 27(1); and

    • (e) be delivered in person or, if that is not possible, be posted in a conspicuous place at or near the location of the member of the species or of the carrier, conveyance or structure.

  • Marginal note:Further contents

    (2) Directions given under subsection 27(1) must also

    • (a) set out the place and manner in which the member of the species or the carrier, conveyance or structure, if there is one, must be treated or destroyed;

    • (b) set out the date by which the requirement must be satisfied; and

    • (c) state the terms and conditions applicable to the deposit of the deleterious substance.

Marginal note:Requirements
  •  (1) Every person to whom a direction is given under subsection 22(2), 26(1) or 27(1)

    • (a) must follow the requirements specified in the direction; and

    • (b) is prohibited from engaging in any activity contrary to the requirements specified in the direction.

  • Marginal note:Prohibition

    (2) It is prohibited for any person to enter an area

    • (a) around which the temporary barrier referred to in paragraph 25(1)(b) has been established; or

    • (b) around which the signs or markers referred to in paragraph 25(1)(c) have been posted.

Consequential Amendments

Manitoba Fishery Regulations, 1987

 [Amendments]

 [Amendment]

 [Amendment]

Fishery (General) Regulations

 [Amendment]

 [Amendment]

 [Amendment]

Ontario Fishery Regulations, 2007

 [Amendments]

 [Amendment]

 [Amendment]

 [Amendment]

 [Amendment]

Coming into Force

Marginal note:Registration

 These Regulations come into force on the day on which they are registered.

SCHEDULE(Sections 1, 2, 4 and 6 to 9, subsection 13(1), section 14, paragraph 19(2)(a), section 23, paragraphs 24(b) and 25(2)(a), subsections 26(3) and (4) and paragraph 27(1)(a) and subsection 27(3))

PART 1Interpretation

  • Definitions

    1 The following definitions apply in this schedule.

    boundary waters

    eaux limitrophes

    boundary waters has the same meaning as in the Preliminary Article of the Treaty relating to Boundary Waters and Questions arising along the Boundary between Canada and the United States as set out in Schedule 1 to the International Boundary Waters Treaty Act. (eaux limitrophes)

    transboundary waters

    eaux transfrontalières

    transboundary waters means those waters that, in their natural channels, flow across the international boundary between Canada and the United States. (eaux transfrontalières)

  • Geographic coordinates

    2 The geographic coordinates in this schedule are in reference to the North American Datum 1983 (NAD83).

PART 2

Species Subject to Prohibitions and Controls

ItemColumn 1Column 2Column 3Column 4Column 5Column 6Column 7
Common NameScientific NameConditionArea — Importation ProhibitedArea — Possession ProhibitedArea — Transportation ProhibitedArea — Release Prohibited
1Grass carpCtenopharyngodon idellaDead and evisceratedCanadaCanadaCanadaCanada
2Bighead carpHypophthalmichthys nobilisDead and evisceratedCanadaCanadaCanadaCanada
3Silver carpHypophthalmichthys molitrixDead and evisceratedCanadaCanadaCanadaCanada
4Black carpMylopharyngodon piceusDead and evisceratedCanadaCanadaCanadaCanada
5Zebra musselDreissena polymorpha

Canada, except in

  • (a) the transboundary waters in Ontario, downstream of the bridge crossing the Pigeon River located at 48°00′05.1″N 89°35′06.8″W;

  • (b) the boundary waters of the Canadian Great Lakes and connecting waterways, between the location of the bridge and the boundary between Ontario and Quebec; and

  • (c) the boundary and transboundary waters in Quebec

British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan and ManitobaBritish Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan and ManitobaBritish Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba
6Quagga musselDreissena bugensis

Canada, except in

  • (a) the transboundary waters in Ontario, downstream of the bridge crossing the Pigeon River located at 48°00′05.1″N 89°35′06.8″W;

  • (b) the boundary waters of the Canadian Great Lakes and connecting waterways, between the location of the bridge and the boundary between Ontario and Quebec; and

  • (c) the boundary and transboundary waters in Quebec

British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan and ManitobaBritish Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan and ManitobaBritish Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba
7Any species of the snakehead familyAny species of the family ChannidaeDead and evisceratedOntarioOntarioOntario
8RuffeGymnocephalus cernuaDeadOntario and ManitobaOntario and ManitobaOntario and Manitoba
9RuddScardinius erythropthalmusDeadOntario and ManitobaOntario and ManitobaOntario and Manitoba
10Round gobyNeogobius melanostomusDeadOntario and ManitobaOntario and ManitobaOntario and Manitoba
11Tubenose gobyProterorhinus semilunarisDeadOntario and ManitobaOntario and ManitobaOntario and Manitoba
12Sea lampreyPetromyzon marinusDeadManitobaManitobaManitoba
13Arctic lampreyLethenteron camtschaticumDeadManitobaManitobaManitoba
14Siberian sturgeonAcipenser baeriiDeadManitobaManitobaManitoba
15Russian sturgeonAcipenser gueldenstaedtiiDeadManitobaManitobaManitoba
16Thorn sturgeonAcipenser nudiventrisDeadManitobaManitobaManitoba
17Sterlet sturgeonAcipenser ruthenusDeadManitobaManitobaManitoba
18Stellate sturgeonAcipenser stellatusDeadManitobaManitobaManitoba
19Beluga sturgeonHuso husoDeadManitobaManitobaManitoba
20Pallid sturgeonScaphirhynchus albusDeadManitobaManitobaManitoba
21Shortnose sturgeonAcipenser brevirostrumDeadManitobaManitobaManitoba
22Shovelnose sturgeonScaphirhynchus platorynchusDeadManitobaManitobaManitoba
23PaddlefishPolyodon spathulaDeadManitobaManitobaManitoba
24Spotted garLepisosteus oculatusDeadManitobaManitobaManitoba
25Longnose garLepisosteus osseusDeadManitobaManitobaManitoba
26Shortnose garLepisosteus platostomusDeadManitobaManitobaManitoba
27BowfinAmia calvaDeadManitobaManitobaManitoba
28AlewifeAlosa pseudoharengusDeadManitobaManitobaManitoba
29Gizzard shadDorosoma cepedianumDeadManitobaManitobaManitoba
30Rainbow smeltOsmerus mordaxDeadManitobaManitobaManitoba
31BitterlingAll species of the genera Rhodeus and TanakiaDeadManitobaManitobaManitoba
32Carp breamAbramis bramaDeadManitobaManitobaManitoba
33Schneider or ChubAlburnoides bipunctatusDeadManitobaManitobaManitoba
34BarbelBarbel barbusDeadManitobaManitobaManitoba
35Crucian carpCarassius carassiusDeadManitobaManitobaManitoba
36GudgeonGobio gobio gobioDeadManitobaManitobaManitoba
37Red shinerCyprinella lutrensisDeadManitobaManitobaManitoba
38Utah chubGila atrariaDeadManitobaManitobaManitoba
39European chubLeuciscus cephalusDeadManitobaManitobaManitoba
40Orfe or IdeLeuciscus idusDeadManitobaManitobaManitoba
41Common daceLeuciscus leuciscusDeadManitobaManitobaManitoba
42Czekanowski’s minnowPhoxinus czekanowskiiDeadManitobaManitobaManitoba
43Swamp minnowPhoxinus perenurusDeadManitobaManitobaManitoba
44Eurasian minnowPhoxinus phoxinusDeadManitobaManitobaManitoba
45KutumRutilus frisiiDeadManitobaManitobaManitoba
46RoachRutilus rutilusDeadManitobaManitobaManitoba
47TenchTinca tincaDeadManitobaManitobaManitoba
48VimbaVimba vimbaDeadManitobaManitobaManitoba
49White cloud minnowTanichthys albonubesDeadManitobaManitobaManitoba
50Lake chubsuckerErimyzon sucettaDeadManitobaManitobaManitoba
51Stone loachBarbatula barbatulaDeadManitobaManitobaManitoba
52Oriental weatherfishMisgurnus anguillicaudatusDeadManitobaManitobaManitoba
53Walking catfishClarias batrachusDeadManitobaManitobaManitoba
54White catfishAmeiurus catusDeadManitobaManitobaManitoba
55Yellow bullheadAmeiurus natalisDeadManitobaManitobaManitoba
56Slender madtomNoturus exilisDeadManitobaManitobaManitoba
57Margined madtomNoturus insignisDeadManitobaManitobaManitoba
58Brindled madtomNoturus miurusDeadManitobaManitobaManitoba
59Freckled madtomNoturus nocturnusDeadManitobaManitobaManitoba
60Northern madtomNoturus stigmosusDeadManitobaManitobaManitoba
61Flathead catfishPylodictis olivarisDeadManitobaManitobaManitoba
62Wels catfishSilurus glanisDeadManitobaManitobaManitoba
63Western mosquitofishGambusia affinisDeadManitobaManitobaManitoba
64Fourspine sticklebackApeltes quadracusDeadManitobaManitobaManitoba
65Threespine sticklebackGasterosteus aculeatusDeadManitobaManitobaManitoba
66Blackspotted sticklebackGasterosteus wheatlandiDeadManitobaManitobaManitoba
67Bullhead or Miller’s thumbCottus gobio gobioDeadManitobaManitobaManitoba
68White perchMorone americana and hybridsDeadManitobaManitobaManitoba
69Yellow bassMorone mississippiensis and hybridsDeadManitobaManitobaManitoba
70Striped bassMorone saxatilis and hybridsDeadManitobaManitobaManitoba
71Green sunfishLepomis cyanellusDeadManitobaManitobaManitoba
72Orangespotted sunfishLepomis humilisDeadManitobaManitobaManitoba
73Longear sunfishLepomis megalotisDeadManitobaManitobaManitoba
74Northern sunfishLepomis peltastesDeadManitobaManitobaManitoba
75ZanderSander luciopercaDeadManitobaManitobaManitoba
76Volga pikeperchSander volgensis or Sander marinusDeadManitobaManitobaManitoba
77SnakeheadChanna argusDead and evisceratedManitobaManitobaManitoba
78European stream valvataValvata piscinalisDeadManitobaManitobaManitoba
79Chinese mystery snailCipangopaludina chinensisDeadManitobaManitobaManitoba
80New Zealand ud snailPotamopyrgus antipodarumDeadManitobaManitobaManitoba
81Mud bithynidBithynia tentaculataDeadManitobaManitobaManitoba
82Big-eared radixRadix auriculariaDeadManitobaManitobaManitoba
83Asian clamCorbicula flumineaDeadManitobaManitobaManitoba
84Greater european peaclamPisidium amnicumDeadManitobaManitobaManitoba
85Henslow peaclamPisidium henslowanumDeadManitobaManitobaManitoba
86European fingernail clamSphaerium corneumDeadManitobaManitobaManitoba
87Spiny water fleaBythotrephes cederstroemiDeadManitobaManitobaManitoba
88Fish hook water fleaCercopagis pengoiDeadManitobaManitobaManitoba
89Rusty crayfishOrconectes rusticusiDeadManitobaManitobaManitoba

PART 3

Species Subject to Controls Only in Areas Where They are Not Indigenous

ItemColumn 1Column 2
Common NameScientific Name
1Club tunicateStyela clava
2Vase tunicateCiona intestinalis
3Golden Star tunicateBotryllus schlosseri
4Violet tunicateBotrylloides violaceus
5DidemnumDidemnum vexillum
6Bloody red shrimpHemimysis anomala
7European green crabCarcinus maenas
8Chinese mitten crabEriocheir sinensis
9Smallmouth bassMicropterus dolomieu
10Largemouth bassMicropterus salmoides
11Northern pikeEsox lucius
12PumpkinseedLepomis gibbosus
13WalleyeSander vitreus
14Yellow perchPerca flavescens
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