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This instrument amends the List of Specimens Taken to be Suitable for Live Import to allow live specimens of 8 snakes to be imported into Australia under Part 2 of the live import list.
Administered by: DEW
General Comments: This instrument will take effect on the first day on which it is no longer liable to be disallowed.
Made 18 Sep 2007
Registered 03 Oct 2007
Tabled HR 12 Feb 2008
Tabled Senate 12 Feb 2008
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Repealed by Environment (Spent and Redundant Instruments) Repeal Regulation 2014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 – s.303EB

 

I, MALCOLM BLIGH TURNBULL, Minister for the Environment and Water Resources, pursuant to paragraph 303EC(1)(a) of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999, make the following amendment to Part 2 of the list of specimens taken to be suitable for live import, established under s.303EB of the Act, under the heading Vertebrate Animals, Reptiles (Reptilia) in the appropriate alphabetical positions:

 

Taxon

Common Name

Appendix

Conditions for Import

Crotalus durissus durissus

Neotropical Rattlesnake

(III Honduras population only)

Commercial venom production and research purposes only.  High security facilities only.

Crotalus durissus terrificus

South American Rattlesnake, Cascabel

(III Honduras population only)

Commercial venom production and research purposes only.  High security facilities only.

Cryptelytrops albolabris

White-lipped Green Pit Viper

 

Commercial venom production and research purposes only.  High security facilities only.

Dendroaspis angusticeps

Common Mamba, Eastern Green Mamba

 

Commercial venom production and research purposes only.  High security facilities only.

Dendroaspis polylepis

Black Mamba

 

Commercial venom production and research purposes only.  High security facilities only.

Naja nigricollis

Black-necked Spitting Cobra

 

Commercial venom production and research purposes only.  High security facilities only.

Naja nivea

Cape Cobra

 

Commercial venom production and research purposes only.  High security facilities only.

Protobothrops flavoviridis

Habu

 

Commercial venom production and research purposes only.  High security facilities only.

 

This change will take effect on the first day on which it is no longer liable to be disallowed.

 

Dated this  18th  day of  September  2007

 

 

Malcolm Turnbull

 

Minister for the Environment and Water Resources