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The orders followed an investigation initially conducted by the Army Corps of Engineers in Los Angeles, which wants to protect the river, particularly the headwaters because the location provides a high-quality habitat for an endangered fish, the inch-long unarmored threespine stickleback.
Fish and Wildlife Service, alleging that the agency failed to protect the unarmored three- spined stickleback, an endangered tiny fish that lives in the Santa Clara River.
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Fully-protected endangered species that inhabit the area include the Southwestern arroyo toad and the unarmored threespine stickleback fish, whose survival would be threatened by the mine, Skapik said.
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The area is habitat for protected species, including a tiny endangered fish called the unarmored three-spine stickleback that lives where the bridge is planned.
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Complicating plans for a new bridge is the presence of a small fish called the unarmored three-spine stickleback, an endangered species that, under federal law, it is illegal to harm.