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Plans/Management of Sites & Species as made
This instrument adopts 23 recovery plans, prepared by States or Territories, for listed threatened species or ecological communities, pursuant to section 269A(7) of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999.
Administered by: Environment and Energy
General Comments: The Recovery Plan for the Bridled Nailtail Wallaby (Onychogalea fraenata) 1997-2001 was repealed by Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 - section 269A - Instrument repealing and adopting Recovery Plans (10/11/2006) (NSW, NT, Qld) on 10/11/2006. The Recovery Plan for the Bald-tip Beard Orchid (Calochilus richiae) 2000 (adopted on 14 July 2001) is revoked by the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act - section 269A - Instrument Adopting and Revoking Recovery Plans (01/03/2010) (QLD, VIC, WA) with effect from 12/03/2010. The Recovery Plan Milne, T., Hutchinson, M. and Clarke, .S. (2000). Recovery Plan for the Pygmy Bluetongue Lizard Tiliqua adelaidensis, Environment Australia, Canberra is revoked by Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 - section 269A - Instrument Adopting and Revoking Recovery Plans (NSW, QLD, SA, TAS and WA) (06/07/2012) with effect from 24/07/2012. The Recovery Plan Recovery Plan for the Southern Corroboree Frog (Pseudophryne corroboree) prepared by NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service (November 2000) is revoked by Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 - section 269A - Instrument Adopting and Revoking Recovery Plans (NSW, SA and WA) (10/09/2012) with effect from 19/09/2012.
Registered 08 Mar 2007
Gazetted 06 Aug 2001

Commonwealth of Australia

 

Declaration under s269A of the

Environment Protection and Biodiversity Act 1999

 

I, ROBERT MURRAY HILL, Minister for the Environment and Heritage, in pursuance of s269A of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999, hereby

declare that the following Recovery Plans (23):

 

New South Wales (2)

Recovery Plan for the Somersby Mintbush Prostanthera junonis 2000-2005, prepared by

NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service Recovery Planning Program, (2000);

 

Recovery Plan for the Southern Corroboree Frog (Pseudophryne corroboree) prepared by

NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service (November 2000)

 

Queensland (3)

Recovery Plan for the Northern Bettong Bettongia tropica 2000-2004, prepared by Dr

Andrew Dennis with the Northern Bettong Recovery Team, Queensland Parks and

Wildlife Service, (2001);

 

Recovery plan for the Bridled Nailtail Wallaby (Onychogalea fraenata) 1997-2002,

prepared by Geoff Lundie-Jenkins for the Bridled Nailtail Wallaby Recovery Team,

Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service (2001);

 

Recovery plan for cave-dwelling bats, Rhinolophus philippinensis, Hipposideros semoni

and Taphozous troughtoni 2001–2005 prepared by Mr Bruce Thompson, Dr Chris Pavey and

Mr Terry Reardon in collaboration with the cave-dwelling bats recovery team, Queensland

Parks and Wildlife Service (2000).

 

South Australia (2)

Recovery Plan for the Mt Lofty Ranges Southern Emu-Wren (Stipiturus malachurus

intermedius) 1999-2003 compiled by the Mt Lofty Ranges Southern Emu-Wren Recovery

Team, Conservation Council of South Australia (1998).

 

Pygmy Bluetongue Lizard (Tiliqua adelaidensis) Recovery Plan compiled by Tim Milne, Flinders University of South Australia, Mark Hutchinson and Sylvia Clarke of the South Australian Museum, Adelaide, South Australia (November 2000).

 

Tasmania (1)

Burrowing Crayfish (Engaeus) Group Recovery Plan 2001-2005 prepared by Niall Doran, Threatened Species Unit, Parks and Wildlife Service, Department of Primary Industry,

Water and the Environment (November 1999).

 

Victoria (1)

Recovery Plan for the Bald-tip Beard Orchid Calochilus richiae Nichols prepared by Sue Berwick, Adrian Moorrees and Fiona Coates, Department of Natural Resources &

Environment, Victoria (March 2000).

 


Western Australia (14)

Mallee Box (Eucalyptus cuprea) Interim Recovery Plan 1999-2002 by Rebecca Evans,

Andrew Brown, and Val English, August 1999;

 

Split leaved Grevillea (Grevillea althoferorum) Interim Recovery Plan 1999-2002 by

Sheila Hamilton-Brown, and Val English, July 1999;

 

Ironstone Grevillea (Grevillea elongata) Interim Recovery Plan 1999-2002 by Robyn

Phillimore, Gillian Stack and Val English, January 2000;

 

Spreading Grevillea (Grevillea humifusa) Interim Recovery Plan 1999-2002 by Gillian

Stack and Val English, April 1999;

 

McCutcheon’s Grevillea (Grevillea maccutcheonii) Interim Recovery Plan 1999-2002 by

Robyn Phillimore and Diana Papenfus, December 1999;

 

Pungent Jacksonia (Jacksonia pungens ms) Interim Recovery Plan 1999-2002 by Rebecca

Evans and Val English, June 1999;

 

Western Prickly Honeysuckle (Lambertia echinata subsp. occidentalis) Interim Recovery Plan 1999-2002 by Gillian Stack, Rebecca Evans and Val English, July 1999;

 

Wing-fruited Lasiopetalum (Lasiopetalum pterocarpum ms) Interim Recovery Plan 1999 –

2002 by Gillian Stack, and Val English, June 1999;

 

Small-flowered snottygobble (Persoonia micranthera) Interim Recovery Plan 1999-2002

by Rebecca Evans, Sarah Barrett and Andrew Brown, November 1999;

 

Trigwell’s Rulingia (Rulingia sp. Trigwell Bridge) Interim Recovery Plan 1999-2002 by

Gillian Stack, Rebecca Evans, and Val English, July 1999;

 

Quartz-loving Synaphea (Synaphea quartzitica) Interim Recovery Plan 1999-2002 by

Gillian Stack and Val English, December 1999;

 

Cinnamon Sun Orchid (Thelymitra manginii ms) Interim Recovery Plan 1999-2002 by

Robyn Phillimore, Andrew Brown and Val English, November 1999;

 

Green Hill Thomasia (Thomasia sp. Green Hill) Interim Recovery Plan 1999-2002 by

Rebecca Evans and Val English, April 1999;

 

Scaly-leaved Featherflower (Verticordia spicata subsp. squamosa) Interim Recovery Plan

1999-2002 by Robyn Phillimore and Val English, November 1999.

 

 

are adopted as Recovery Plans under this Act.

 

Dated this 14th day of July 2001.

 

ROBERT HILL