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List of fauna of Michigan

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List of fauna of Michigan

This is a list of fauna found in the U.S. State of Michigan, including those of wider distribution. See also List of threatened fauna of Michigan.

Invertebrates

Arthropods

Arachnids

Crustaceans

Insects

Coleoptera
Diptera
Dictyoptera
Hemiptera
Hymenoptera
Lepidoptera
Odonata
Orthoptera

Entognatha

Molluscs

Vertebrates

Amphibians

Birds

Longer list at Michigan Breeding birds Atlas, Appendix 3

Wild turkeys in Clyde
Eastern bluebirds in Michigan
Sandhill crane in Michigan
Kirtland warbler in Michigan
Mute swan in Michigan
Downy woodpecker in Michigan

Extinct

Fish

Extinct fish

Mammals

Fox squirrel in Portage, Michigan
Muskrat in Brownstown, Michigan
Grey wolf at Seney, Michigan
White-tailed deer at Milan, Michigan

Reptiles

References

  1. ^ [1] Michigan Wildlife Conservancy
  2. ^ [2] SaveTheCougar.org
  3. ^ [3] MichiganCougar.com
  • Identifying Michigan Fish, Michigan Department of Natural Resources
  • Amphibians and Reptiles, Michigan Department of Natural Resources
  • Mammals, Michigan Department of Natural Resources
  • State of Michigan - Crayfish Species Checklist, James W. Fetzner Jr., Section of Invertebrate Zoology, Carnegie Museum of Natural History, Pittsburgh, PA, 28 January 2008
  • [4]
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