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This instrument revokes two Australian Capital Territory recovery plans, makes one Australian Capital Territory recovery plan and adopts one New South Wales recovery plan 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 Revoking, Making and Adopting Recovery Plans (28/07/2010) (ACT, NSW) revokes the following Recovery Plans with effect from 19/08/2010: National Recovery Plan for the Norfolk Island Scarlet Robin Petroica multicolor multicolor and the Norfolk Island Golden Whistler Pachycephala pectoralis xanthroprocta, Department of the Environment and Heritage, Canberra see F2005L02516; and Recovery Plan for the Norfolk Island Green Parrot Cyanoramphus novaezelandiae cookii, Environment Australia, Canberra see F2007B00394.
Made 28 Jul 2010
Registered 18 Aug 2010
Tabled HR 28 Sep 2010
Tabled Senate 28 Sep 2010

 

Commonwealth of Australia

 

Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999

Section 269A

 

Instrument Revoking, Making and Adopting Recovery Plans

 

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

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

                  -     Commonwealth of Australia (2005). National Recovery Plan for the Norfolk Island Scarlet Robin Petroica multicolor multicolor and the Norfolk Island Golden Whistler Pachycephala pectoralis xanthroprocta. Department of the Environment and Heritage, Canberra; and

                  -     Hill, R. (2002). Recovery Plan for the Norfolk Island Green Parrot Cyanoramphus novaezelandiae cookii. Environment Australia, Canberra

(b)        under subsection 269A(2) of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999, hereby make the plan specified in column 1 of Table 1, as the recovery plan for the listed threatened species specified in column 2 of Table 1 that occur in the region covered by the plan:

Table 1

Recovery Plan

Listed Threatened Species

 

Director of National Parks (2010). Norfolk Island Region Threatened Species Recovery Plan. Department of the Environment, Water, Heritage and the Arts, Canberra.

·         Abutilon julianae (Norfolk Island Abutilon);

·         Achyranthes arborescens (Chaff tree, Soft-wood);

·         Achyranthes margaretarum (Phillip Island Chaffy Tree);

·         Blechnum norfolkianum (Norfolk Island Water-fern);

·         Boehmeria australis var. australis (Tree Nettle, Nettletree);

·         Calystegia affinis;

·         Christinus guentheri (Lord Howe Island Gecko);

·         Clematis dubia (Clematis);

·         Coprosma baueri (Coastal Coprosma);

·         Coprosma pilosa (Mountain Coprosma);

·         Cordyline obtecta (Ti);

·         Crepidomanes endlicherianum (Middle Filmy Fern);

·         Cyanoramphus cookii (Norfolk Island Green Parrot);

·         Dendrobium brachypus (Norfolk Island Orchid);

·         Dysoxylum bijugum (Sharkwood);

·         Elatostema montanum (Mountain Procris);

·         Elymus multiflorus subsp. kingianus (Phillip Island Wheat Grass);

·         Euphorbia norfolkiana (Norfolk Island Euphorbia);

·         Euphorbia obliqua (a herb);

·         Hibiscus insularis (Phillip Island Hibiscus);

 

·         Hypolepis dicksonioides (Downy Ground-fern, Brake Fern, Ground Fern);

·         Ileostylus micranthus (Mistletoe);

·         Lastreopsis calantha (Shield-fern);

·         Marattia salicina (King Fern, Para, Potato Fern);

·         Melicope littoralis (Shade Tree);

·         Melicytus latifolius (Norfolk Island Mahoe);

·         Melicytus ramiflorus subsp. oblongifolius (Whiteywood);

·         Meryta angustifolia (a tree);

·         Meryta latifolia (Shade Tree, Broad-leaved Meryta);

·         Muehlenbeckia australis (Shrubby Creeper, Pohuehue);

·         Myoporum obscurum (Popwood, Sandalwood Bastard Ironwood);

·         Ninox novaeseelandiae undulata (Norfolk Island Boobook Owl, Southern Boobook (Norfolk Island));

·         Oligosoma lichenigera (Lord Howe Island Skink);

·         Pachycephala pectoralis xanthoprocta (Golden Whistler (Norfolk Island));

·         Pennantia endlicheri (Pennantia);

·         Petroica multicolor multicolor (Pacific Robin (Norfolk Island));

·         Phreatia limenophylax (Norfolk Island Phreatia);

·         Phreatia paleata (an orchid);

·         Pittosporum bracteolatum (Oleander);

·         Planchonella costata;

·         Pteris kingiana (King’s Brakefern);

·         Pteris zahlbruckneriana (Netted Brakefern);

·         Pterodroma neglecta neglecta (Kermadec Petrel (western));

·         Rapanea ralstoniae (Beech);

·         Senecio australis (a daisy);

·         Senecio evansianus (a daisy);

·         Senecio hooglandii (a daisy);

·         Streblus pendulinus (Siah’s Backbone, Sia’s Backbone, Isaac Wood);

·         Taeniophyllum norfolkianum (Minute Orchid, Ribbon-root Orchid);

·         Tmesipteris norfolkensis (Hanging Fork-fern);

·         Ungeria floribunda (Bastard Oak);

·         Wikstroemia australis (Kurrajong); and

·         Zehneria baueriana (Native Cucumber, Giant Cucumber).

(c)        under subsection 269A(7) of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999, hereby adopt the plan made by New South Wales (or agencies of that State) specified in column 1 of Table 2 (the NSW Plan), as the recovery plan for the listed threatened species specified in column 2 of Table 2 that are endemic to the region covered by the NSW Plan:

Table 2

Recovery Plan

Listed Threatened Species

 

Department of Environment, Climate Change and Water NSW (2010). Northern Rivers Regional Biodiversity Management Plan. Department of Environment, Climate

·         Acacia courtii;

·         Acacia ruppii (Rupp’s Wattle);

·         Angophora robur;

·         Bertya ingramii (a shrub);

Change and Water NSW, Sydney

 

·         Boronia umbellata (Orara Boronia);

·         Callitris oblonga (Pigmy Cypress-pine, Dwarf Cypress-pine);

·         Corynocarpus rupestris subsp. rupestris (Glenugie Karaka);

·         Eucalyptus pachycalyx subsp. banyabba;

·         Eucalyptus tetrapleura (Square-fruited Ironbark);

·         Gaultheria viridicarpa J.B.Williams subsp. viridicarpa m.s.;

·         Gentiana wissmannii (New England Gentian);

·         Gingidia montana (Mountain Angelica, Broad-leafed Carrot);

·         Grevillea banyabba;

·         Grevillea masonii;

·         Grevillea mollis;

·         Grevillea rhizomatosa;

·         Hakea archaeoides;

·         Hakea fraseri (Gnarled Corkbark, Fraser’s Hakea);

·         Hibbertia marginata;

·         Melichrus sp. Newfoundland State Forest (P.Gilmour 7852) (Hairy Melichrus);

·         Melichrus sp. Gibberagee (A.S.Benwell & J.B.Williams 97239) (Narrow-leaf Melichrus);

·         Neoastelia spectabilis;

·         Olax angulata (Minnie Waters Olax);

·         Olearia flocktoniae (Dorrigo Daisy-bush);

·         Parsonia dorrigoensis (Milky Silkpod);

·         Prostanthera palustris;

·         Quassia sp. Moonee Creek (J.King s.n. 1949) (NSW Herbarium);

·         Styphelia perileuca;

·         Triplarina imbricata;

·         Tylophora woollsii; and

·         Zieria floydii.

 

 

 

The revocation 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.

 

The recovery plans specified in paragraphs (b) and (c) of this instrument will come into force on the day after this instrument is registered on the Federal Register of Legislative Instruments.

 

 

 

Dated this  28th day of  July 2010.

 

 

Carolyn W Cameron

 

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