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Plans/Management of Sites & Species as made
This instrument adopts one recovery plan prepared by New South Wales and Queensland, for listed threatened species pursuant to section 269A(7) of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999.
Administered by: Environment and Energy
Made 05 Mar 2010
Registered 15 Mar 2010
Tabled HR 16 Mar 2010
Tabled Senate 16 Mar 2010

 

Commonwealth of Australia

 

Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999

Section 269A

 

Instrument Adopting Recovery Plan

 

 

I, CAROLYN WEISS CAMERON, Acting Assistant Secretary, Approvals and Wildlife Division, delegate for the Minister for the Environment, Heritage and the Arts, hereby adopt, under subsection 269A(7) of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999, the plan made by New South Wales (or agencies of that State) specified in column 1 of Table 1 (the NSW Plan), as the recovery plan for the listed threatened species specified in column 2 of Table 1 that are endemic to the region covered by the NSW Plan:

 

Table 1

 

Recovery Plan

Listed Threatened Species

 

Department of Environment, Climate Change and Water NSW (2009), Border Ranges Rainforest Biodiversity Management Plan – NSW & Queensland, Department of Environment, Climate Change and Water NSW, Sydney

 

·        Diospyros mabacea (Red-fruited Ebony, Silky Persimmon, Ebony);

·        Diploglottis campbellii (Small-leaved Tamarind);

·        Elaeocarpus williamsianus (Hairy Quandong);

·        Endiandra floydii (Floyd’s Walnut);

·        Endiandra hayesii (Rusty Rose Walnut, Velvet Laurel);

·        Euphrasia bella (Lamington Eyebright, Mt. Merino Eyebright);

·        Fontainea australis (Southern Fontainea);

·        Fontainea oraria (Coastal Fontainea);

·        Gossia fragrantissima (Sweet Myrtle, Small-leaved Myrtle);

·        Isoglossa eranthemoides (Isoglossa);

·        Ochrosia moorei (Southern Ochrosia);

·        Owenia cepiodora (Onionwood, Bog Onion, Onion Cedar);

·        Ozothamnus vagans;

·        Plectranthus nitidus (Nightcap Plectranthus);

·        Randia moorei (Spiny Gardenia);

·        Symplocos baeuerlenii (Small-leaved Hazelwood, Shrubby Hazelwood);

·        Syzygium moorei (Rose Apple, Coolamon, Robby, Durobby, Watermelon Tree, Coolamon Rose Apple);

·        Tinospora tinosporoides (Arrow-head Vine);

·        Uromyrtus australis (Peach Myrtle); and

·        Zieria collina.

 

 

 

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

 

 

Dated this…….5th ………day of…..March ……2010.

 

 

Carolyn W Cameron

 

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