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Allows amendment to the List of specimens suitable for live import. This instrument will allow live specimens of: Botia lohachata (Reticulate loach, yo-yo loach) of length 1.5 cm and over; Cyphotilapia frontosa (Frontosa, Humphead cichlid) of length 12 cm and over; Dekeyseria pulcher (Clown peckoltia) of length 1.5 cm and over; Glossolepis incisus (Red rainbowfish) of length 1.5 cm and over; Sawbwa resplendens (Burmese rummynose) of length 1 cm and over; Yasuhikotakia sidthimunki (Dwarf botia, Skunk loach) of length 1.5 cm and over, to be imported into Australia.
Administered by: DOEH
Made 11 Apr 2005
Registered 18 Apr 2005
Tabled HR 10 May 2005
Tabled Senate 10 May 2005
Date of repeal 19 Mar 2014
Repealed by Environment (Spent and Redundant Instruments) Repeal Regulation 2014

 

 

COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA

Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999

 

Amendment - List of Specimens Taken to be Suitable for Live Import – s303EB

 

I, Ian Gordon Campbell, Minister for the Environment and Heritage, pursuant to paragraph 303EC(1)(a) of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999, include the following items on Part 1 of the list of specimens taken to be suitable for live import, established under s. 303EB of the EPBC Act, under the heading Vertebrate Animals, Class: Osteichthyes (Bony fishes), in the appropriate alphabetical positions:

 

Part 1

Taxon

Common Name

Botia lohachata of length 1.5 cm and over

Reticulate loach, Yo-yo loach

Cyphotilapia frontosa of length 12 cm and over

Frontosa, Humphead cichlid

Dekeyseria pulcher of length 1.5 cm and over

Clown peckoltia

Glossolepis incisus of length 1.5 cm and over

Red rainbowfish

Sawbwa resplendens of length 1 cm and over

Burmese rummynose

Yasuhikotakia sidthimunki of length 1.5 cm and over.

Dwarf botia, Skunk loach

 

These changes will take effect from 30 September 2005.

 

Dated this        11th            day of           April                    2005

 

 

Ian Campbell

 

 

Minister for the Environment and Heritage