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Plans/Management of Sites & Species as made
This instrument repeals a number of recovery plans and adopts one Queensland recovery plan, one South Australian recovery plan and six Western Australian recovery plans for listed threatened species pursuant to section 269A(7) of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999.
Administered by: Environment and Energy
General Comments: The Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 - Section 269A - Instrument Adopting and Repealing Recovery Plans (10/12/2009) (QLD, SA, WA) repeals the following Recovery Plans with effect from 08/01/2010: Recovery Plan for the Julia Creek Dunnart (Sminthopsis douglasi) 2000-2004, Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service, Brisbane (2000) (adopted on 5 October 2001) see F2007B00400; National Recovery Plan for Malleefowl, Joe Benshemesh, Environment Australia, October 2000 (adopted on 9 March 2001) F2007B00395; Orange-flowered Wattle (Acacia auratiflora ms.) Interim Recovery Plan 1999-2002, Dept of CALM (1999) (adopted on 9 March 2001) F2007B00395; Spiral-fruited Wattle (Acacia cochlocarpa subsp. cochlocarpa ms) Interim Recovery Plan 1999-2002, WA Dept of CALM (1999) (adopted on 9 March 2001) F2007B00395; Dwarf Spider Orchid (Caladenia bryceana subsp. bryceana ms.) Interim Recovery Plan 1999-2002, WA Dept of CALM (1999) (adopted on 9 March 2001) F2007B00395; Prostrate Flame Flower (Chorizema humile) Interim Recovery Plan 1999-2002, WA Dept of CALM (1999) (adopted on 9 March 2001) F2007B00395; Recovery Plan for the Matchstick Banksia Banksia cuneata 1992-2001, WA Dept of CALM (1991) (adopted on 16 July 2000); and Western Woolly Cyphanthera (Cyphanthera odgersii subsp. occidentalis) Interim Recovery Plan 1999-2002, WA Dept of CALM (1999) (adopted on 16 July 2000).
Registered 07 Jan 2010
Tabling HistoryDate
Tabled HR02-Feb-2010
Tabled Senate02-Feb-2010

 

Commonwealth of Australia

 

Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999

Section 269A

 

Instrument Adopting and Repealing Recovery Plans

 

I, CAROLYN WEISS CAMERON, Acting Assistant Secretary, Approvals and Wildlife Division, delegate for the Minister for the Environment, Heritage and the Arts:

 

(a)        pursuant to subsection 33(3) of the Acts Interpretation Act 1901, hereby repeal the following recovery plans that are currently adopted under subsection 269A(7) of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999:

                  -     National Recovery Plan for Malleefowl, Joe Benshemesh, Environment Australia, October 2000 (adopted on 9 March 2001)

                  -     Recovery Plan for the Julia Creek Dunnart (Sminthopsis douglasi) 2000-2004, Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service, Brisbane (2000) (adopted on 5 October 2001)

                  -     Orange-flowered Wattle (Acacia auratiflora ms.) Interim Recovery Plan 1999-2002, Dept of CALM (1999) (adopted on 9 March 2001)

                  -     Spiral-fruited Wattle (Acacia cochlocarpa subsp. cochlocarpa ms) Interim Recovery Plan 1999-2002, WA Dept of CALM (1999) (adopted on 9 March 2001)

                  -     Recovery Plan for the Matchstick Banksia Banksia cuneata 1992-2001, WA Dept of CALM (1991) (adopted on 16 July 2000)

                  -     Dwarf Spider Orchid (Caladenia bryceana subsp. bryceana ms.) Interim Recovery Plan 1999-2002, WA Dept of CALM (1999) (adopted on 9 March 2001)

                  -     Prostrate Flame Flower (Chorizema humile) Interim Recovery Plan 1999-2002, WA Dept of CALM (1999) (adopted on 9 March 2001)

                  -     Western Woolly Cyphanthera (Cyphanthera odgersii subsp. occidentalis) Interim Recovery Plan 1999-2002, WA Dept of CALM (1999) (adopted on 16 July 2000)

 

(b)        under subsection 269A(7) of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999, hereby adopt as recovery plans for the listed threatened species specified below, the respective plans made by Queensland, South Australia and Western Australia (or agencies of those States) specified opposite those listed threatened species:

 

Queensland Recovery Plans (1)

Listed Threatened Species

Recovery Plan

Sminthopsis douglasi Julia Creek Dunnart

Department of Environment and Resource Management (2009). National recovery plan for the Julia Creek Dunnart (Sminthopsis douglasi). Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service, Brisbane.

 

 

 

South Australian Recovery Plans (1)

Listed Threatened Species

Recovery Plan

Leipoa ocellata Malleefowl

Benshemesh, J (2007). National Recovery Plan for Malleefowl Leipoa ocellata. Department for Environment and Heritage, South Australia.

 

 

 

Western Australian Recovery Plans (6)

Listed Threatened Species

Recovery Plan

Acacia auratiflora Orange-flowered Wattle

Department of Environment and Conservation (2008). Orange-flowered Wattle (Acacia auratiflora) Recovery Plan. Department of Environment and Conservation, Perth, Western Australia.

 

Acacia cochlocarpa subsp. cochlocarpa Spiral-fruited Wattle

Department of Environment and Conservation (2008). Spiral-fruited Wattle (Acacia cochlocarpa subsp. cochlocarpa) Recovery Plan. Department of Environment and Conservation, Perth, Western Australia.

 

Banksia cuneata Matchstick Banksia, Quairadind Banksia

Department of Environment and Conservation (2008). Matchstick Banksia (Banksia cuneata) Recovery Plan. Department of Environment and Conservation, Perth, Western Australia.

 

Caladenia bryceana subsp. bryceana Dwarf Spider-orchid

Department of Environment and Conservation (2008). Dwarf Spider Orchid (Caladenia bryceana subsp. bryceana) Recovery Plan. Department of Environment and Conservation, Perth, Western Australia.

Chorizema humile Prostrate Flame Pea

Department of Environment and Conservation (2009). Prostrate Flame Flower (Chorizema humile) Recovery Plan. Department of Environment and Conservation, Perth, Western Australia.

Cyphanthera odgersii subsp. occidentalis Western Woolly Cyphanthera, Western Cyphanthera

Department of Environment and Conservation (2008). Western Cyphanthera (Cyphanthera odgersii subsp. occidentalis) Recovery Plan. Department of Environment and Conservation, Perth, Western Australia.

 

 

 

The adopted recovery plans will come into force on the day after this instrument is registered on the Federal Register of Legislative Instruments. 

 

The repeal of the recovery plans specified in paragraph (a) of this instrument will take effect on the day after this instrument is registered on the Federal Register of Legislative Instruments.

 

 

 

Dated this …………10th……….………day of ………December…………….2009.

 

 

Carolyn Weiss Cameron

 

 

Delegate of the Minister for the Environment, Heritage and the Arts