Sacramento may no longer be home to the “threatened” valley elderberry longhorn beetle. A group of Northern California land-development groups, represented by Pacific Legal Foundation, filed a suit last Friday against the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to delist the beetle as “threatened.” Though the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service concluded in 2006 that the beetle is no longer considered endangered thanks to the help of habitat-conservation efforts, some conservationists argue the beetle is still in peril. Pacific Legal Foundation previously helped force the removal of bald eagles from the Endangered Species Act because the species fully recovered.