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This page contains links to some reports and information relevant to the conservation of this species.  Some are stored here and some are external links.

The United States Fish and Wildlife Service information page on Oarisma poweshiek
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USFWS
Link to the listing as a "Candidate Species" in the Federal Register
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Federal Register
Butterflies and Moths of North America website information
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Oarisma poweshiek
COSEWC assessment
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Canada
Xerces Society Red List information
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Xerces
Michigan Natural Features Inventory
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Michigan
Wisconsin Natural Resources information
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Wisconsin
Species information from the wonderful Wisconsin Butterflies website
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Wisconsin Butterflies
News Report on efforts from the Minnesota Zoo.
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Minnesota Zoo
In 2011, a Poweshiek Skipperling Workshop was held in Winnipeg, Manitoba.  Here are the minutes from that workshop.  2 MEG pdf file. Winnipeg workshop
In 2012, a follow up phone conference was held.  Here are the minutes from that phone conference. Phone conference
A paper summarizing Oarisma poweshiek research by Scott and Ann Swengel over three decades 2012 Swengels
A "position paper" calling for nationwide real-time tracking of pesticide applications Pesticide position paper
Targeted surveys and inventories of five prairies in Iowa, looking particularly for Oarisma poweshiek and Hesperia ottoe, in 2013. Olsen 2013 inventories
Non-technical introductory information about Oarisma poweshiek. Info
Loess Hills surveys by Frank Olsen, targeted for Hesperia leonardus Loess Hills
Open letter to Iowa's Hunters regarding Iowa DNR Ag leases Open letter
Data sheet about Iowa's ag leases Ag lease data sheet
Loess Hills surveys (2014) by Frank Olsen, targeted for Hesperia leonardus leonardus and H. l. pawnee. 2014 survey