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Member Meeting Program: Endangered Carolina Heelsplitter, a freshwater mussel
• What we'll do The Carolina heelsplitter freshwater mussel (Lasmigona decorata) is considered the most endangered faunal species in South Carolina. A narrow endemic, it is found only within the Slate Belt region in North and South Carolina. This presentation discusses efforts underway to save the species from extinction, and eventually remove it from the Endangered Species List. Morgan Wolf is an Endangered Species Biologist with the South Carolina Field Office of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Zoology (2006), and a Master of Environmental Science (2010) from Miami of Ohio. Morgan has worked in the contaminants, regulatory, and recovery programs of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and is the national lead biologist for the endangered Carolina heelsplitter. • What to bring • Important to know

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