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Marine turtles fulfill important roles in marine ecosystems As a major jellyfish predator, the leatherback turtle provides natural ecological control of jellyfish populations. Overabundance of jellyfish may reduce fish populations as jellyfish can feed on fish larvae and reduce population growth of commercially important fish.

  • Sea turtles can be accidentally caught in shrimp nets and drown. To prevent this, NOAA Fisheries, along with environmental and fishing organizations developed turtle excluder devices (TED). A TED is a grid of bars with an opening at the top or bottom of a shrimp net, similar to a trap door.
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Name: Hope

Sponsor: Turtle & Hughes, Inc.

Cause: Light Pollution

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Name: Freckles

Sponsor: Sea Turtle Conservancy

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Cause: Beach Erosion

Name: Tamarind

Sponsor: Atlantis, Paradise Island

Cause: Plastic Debris

Name: Nevada

Sponsor: Florida Leatherbacks, Inc.

Cause: Commerical Longline Fishing

Name: Maisy

Sponsor: Sea Turtle Hospital

Cause: Water Quality

Name: Leia

Sponsor: Wildlife Collections

Cause: Commercial Trawl Fisheries

Name: Miss Piggy

Sponsor: Disney Cruise Lines

Cause: Plastic Debris

Name: Kermit

Sponsor: Disney Conservation Fund

Cause: Light Pollution

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Name: Robin

Sponsor: Wildlife Collections

Cause: Water Quality

Name: Mandy

Sponsor: Shark Reef Aquarium

Cause: Egg Harvest for Consumption

Name: Sandy

Sponsor: Ocean’s Lending

Cause: Beach Erosion

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The Virginia Herpetological Society follows the naming conventions set forth by the American Society of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists, The Herpetologists’ League, and the Society for the Study of Amphibians and Reptiles.

Virginia Wildlife Action Plan Rating Tier IV - Moderate Conservation Need - The species may be rare in parts of its range, particularly on the periphery. Populations of these species have demonstrated a significant declining trend or one is suspected which, if continued, is likely to qualify this species for a higher tier in the foreseeable future. Long-term planning is necessary to stabilize or increase populations.

Virginia Wildlife Action Plan Rating Tier III - High Conservation Need - Extinction or extirpation is possible. Populations of these species are in decline or have declined to low levels or are in a restricted range. Management action is needed to stabilize or increase populations.

Virginia Wildlife Action Plan Rating Tier II - Very High Conservation Need - Has a high risk of extinction or extirpation. Populations of these species are at very low levels, facing real threat(s), or occur within a very limited distribution. Immediate management is needed for stabilization and recovery.

Virginia Wildlife Action Plan Rating Tier I - Critical Conservation Need - Faces an extremely high risk of extinction or extirpation. Populations of these species are at critically low levels, facing immediate threat(s), or occur within an extremely limited range. Intense and immediate management action is needed.

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Conservation Opportunity Rankings:
a - On the ground management strategies/actions exist and can be feasibly implemented.
b - On the actions or research needs have been identified but cannot feasibly be implemented at this time.
c - No on the ground actions or research needs have been identified or all identified conservation opportunities have been exhausted.

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