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This instrument revokes one Australian Capital Territory recovery plan and one Victorian recovery plan, and adopts a number of Australian Capital Territory, New South Wales, Queensland, South Australian, Victorian and 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 Revoking Recovery Plans (28/07/2010) (ACT, NSW, QLD, SA, VIC, WA) revokes the following Recovery Plans with effect from 13/08/2010: Recovery plan for the Grassland Earless Dragon Tympanocryptis pinguicolla 2000–2004, unpublished report to Environment Australia, Canberra (adopted on 5 October 2001) see F2007B00400; and Recovery Plan 2001-2005 - Borya mirabilis Churchill (Grampians Pincushion Lily), School of Botany, La Trobe University, Victoria (adopted on 9 March 2001) see F2007B00395.
Registered 12 Aug 2010
Tabling HistoryDate
Tabled HR28-Sep-2010
Tabled Senate28-Sep-2010

 

Commonwealth of Australia

 

Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999

Section 269A

 

Instrument Adopting and Revoking 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:

                  -     Robertson, P. & Cooper, P. (2000).  Recovery plan for the Grassland Earless Dragon Tympanocryptis pinguicolla 2000–2004.  Unpublished report to Environment Australia, Canberra (adopted on 5 October 2001); and

                  -     Coates, F. (2000).  Recovery Plan 2001-2005 - Borya mirabilis Churchill (Grampians Pincushion Lily).  School of Botany, La Trobe University, Victoria. (adopted on 9 March 2001)

 

(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 the Australian Capital Territory, New South Wales, Queensland, South Australia, Victoria and Western Australia (or agencies of those jurisdictions) specified opposite those listed threatened species:

 

 

Australian Capital Territory Recovery Plans (3)

Listed Threatened Species

Recovery Plan

Caladenia actensis Canberra Spider Orchid

Frawley, K. 2010. National Recovery Plan for the Canberra Spider Orchid (Arachnorchis actensis).  ACT Department of Territory and Municipal Services, Canberra.

Corunastylis ectopa Brindabella Midge-orchid, Ectopic Midge-orchid

Frawley, K. 2010. National Recovery Plan for the Brindabella Midge Orchid (Corunastylis ectopa).  ACT Department of Territory and Municipal Services, Canberra.

Tympanocryptis pinguicolla Grassland Earless Dragon

Robertson, P. and Evans, M. 2009.  National Recovery Plan for the Grassland Earless Dragon Tympanocryptis pinguicolla.  ACT Department of Territory and Municipal Services, Canberra.

 

 

New South Wales Recovery Plans (4)

Listed Threatened Species

Recovery Plan

Acacia terminalis subsp. terminalis Sunshine Wattle

Department of Environment, Climate Change and Water (NSW). 2009.  Recovery Plan for Acacia terminalis terminalis (Sunshine Wattle).  Department of Environment, Climate Change and Water (NSW), Sydney.

Calotis moorei Moore’s Burr-daisy

Department of Environment, Climate Change and Water (NSW). 2009.  Calotis moorei Approved Recovery Plan.  Department of Environment, Climate Change and Water (NSW), Sydney.

Melaleuca deanei Deane’s Melaleuca

Department of Environment, Climate Change and Water (NSW). 2009.  Recovery Plan for Melaleuca deanei.  Department of Environment, Climate Change and Water (NSW), Sydney.

Pomaderris cotoneaster Cotoneaster Pomaderris

Department of Environment, Climate Change and Water (NSW) 2009, National Recovery Plan for Pomaderris cotoneasterDepartment of Environment, Climate Change and Water (NSW), Hurstville.

 

 

Queensland Recovery Plan (1)

Listed Threatened Species

Recovery Plan

Turnix olivii Buff-breasted Button-quail

Mathieson, M.T. and Smith, G.C., 2009.  National recovery plan for the buff-breasted button-quail Turnix olivii. Report to Department of the Environment, Water, Heritage and the Arts, Canberra. Department of Environment and Resource Management, Brisbane

 

 

South Australia Recovery Plans (3)

Listed Threatened Species

Recovery Plan

Dodonaea subglandulifera

Moritz. K.N. and Bickerton, D.C. 2010.  Recovery Plan for the Peep Hill hop-bush Dodonaea subglandulifera 2010.  Report to the Recovery Planning and Implementation Section, Australian Government Department of the Environment, Water, Heritage and the Arts, Canberra.

Euphrasia collina subsp. Osbornii Osborn’s Eyebright

Moritz, K.N. and Bickerton, D.C. 2010.  Recovery Plan for the Nationally Endangered Osborn’s Eyebright Euphrasia collina subsp. osbornii.  Report to the Recovery Planning and Implementation Section, Australian Government Department of the Environment, Water, Heritage and the Arts, Canberra.

Prostanthera eurybioides Monarto Mintbush

Pound L., Obst C., and How T. 2010. Recovery Plan for Prostanthera eurybioides (Monarto Mintbush).  Report to the Recovery Planning and Implementation Section, Department of the Environment, Water, Heritage and the Arts, Canberra.

 

 

Victoria Recovery Plans (22)

Listed Threatened Species

Recovery Plan

Asplenium hookerianum Maidenhair Spleenwort

Sutter, G. 2010.  National Recovery Plan for the Maidenhair Spleenwort Asplenium hookerianum.  Department of Sustainability and Environment, Melbourne.

Asterolasia phebalioides Downy Star-bush

Carter, O. 2010.  National Recovery Plan for the Downy Star-bush Asterolasia phebalioides.  Department of Sustainability and Environment, Melbourne.

Borya mirabilis Grampians Pincushion-lily

Kohout, M. and Coates, F. 2010.  National Recovery Plan for Grampians Pincushion-lily Borya mirabilis.  Department of Sustainability and Environment, Melbourne.

Brachyscome muelleroides Mueller Daisy

Lucas, A. 2010.  National Recovery Plan for the Mueller Daisy Brachyscome muelleroides.  Department of Sustainability and Environment, Melbourne.

Caladenia tessellata Thick-lipped Spider-orchid, Daddy Long-legs

Duncan, M. 2010.  National Recovery Plan for the Thick-lip Spider-orchid Caladenia tessellata.  Department of Sustainability and Environment, Melbourne.

Dodonaea procumbens Trailing Hop-bush

Carter, O. 2010.  National Recovery Plan for Trailing Hop-bush Dodonaea procumbens.  Department of Sustainability and Environment, Melbourne.

Ixodia achillaeoides subsp. arenicola Sand Ixodia, Ixodia

Carter. O. 2009.  National Recovery Plan for Sand Ixodia Ixodia achillaeoides subsp. arenicola.  Department of Sustainability and Environment, Melbourne.

Lepidium aschersonii Spiny Pepper-cress

Carter, O. 2010.  National Recovery Plan for the Spiny Peppercress Lepidium aschersonii.  Department of Sustainability and Environment, Melbourne.

Lepidium hyssopifolium Basalt Pepper-cress

Tumino, M. 2010.  National Recovery Plan for the Basalt Peppercress Lepidium hyssopifolium.  Department of Sustainability and Environment, Melbourne.

Lepidium monoplacoides Winged Pepper-cress

Mavromihalis, J. 2010.  National Recovery Plan for the Winged Peppercress Lepidium monoplocoides.  Department of Sustainability and Environment, Melbourne.

Maireana cheelii Chariot Wheels

Mavromihalis, J. 2010.  National Recovery Plan for the Chariot Wheels Maireana cheelii.  Department of Sustainability and Environment, Melbourne.

Phebalium lowanense Lowan Phebalium

Carter, O. 2010.  National Recovery Plan for the Lowan Phebalium Phebalium lowanense.  Department of Sustainability and Environment, Melbourne.

Prasophyllum correctum Gaping Leek-orchid

Kohout, M. and Coates, F. 2010.  National Recovery Plan for the Gaping Leek-orchid Prasophyllum correctum.  Department of Sustainability and Environment, Victoria.

Prasophyllum frenchii Maroon Leek-orchid, Slaty Leek-orchid, Stout Leek-orchid, French's Leek-orchid, Swamp Leek-orchid

Duncan, M. 2010.  National Recovery Plan for the Maroon Leek Orchid Prasophyllum frenchii.  Department of Sustainability and Environment, Melbourne.

Prasophyllum spicatum Dense Leek-orchid

Duncan, M. 2010.  National Recovery Plan for the Dense Leek Orchid Prasophyllum spicatum.  Department of Sustainability and Environment, Melbourne.

Prasophyllum validum Sturdy Leek-orchid

Duncan, M. 2010.  National Recovery Plan for the Sturdy Leek Orchid Prasophyllum validum.  Department of Sustainability and Environment, Melbourne.

Pterostylis xerophila Desert Greenhood

Duncan, M 2010.  National Recovery Plan for the Desert Greenhood Pterostylis xerophila.  Department of Sustainability and Environment, Melbourne.

Sclerolaena napiformis Turnip Copperbur

Mavromihalis, J. 2009.  National Recovery Plan for the Turnip Copperburr Sclerolaena napiformis.  Department of Sustainability and Environment, Melbourne.

Senecio macrocarpus Large-fruit Fireweed, Large-fruit Groundsel

Sinclair, S.J. 2010.  National Recovery Plan for the Large-fruit Groundsel Senecio macrocarpus.  Department of Sustainability and Environment, Melbourne.

Swainsona plagiotropis Red Darling-pea, Red Swainson-pea

Tonkinson, D. and Robertson, G. 2010.  National Recovery Plan for the Red Swainson-pea Swainsona plagiotropis.  Department of Sustainability and Environment, Victoria.

Swainsona pyrophila Yellow Swainson-pea

Tonkinson, D. and Robertson, G. 2010.  National Recovery Plan for Yellow Swainson-pea Swainsona pyrophila.  Department of Sustainability and Environment, Victoria.

Thelymitra matthewsii Spiral Sun-orchid

Duncan, M. 2010.  National Recovery Plan for the Spiral Sun Orchid Thelymitra matthewsii.  Department of Sustainability and Environment, Melbourne.

 

 

Western Australian Recovery Plans (2)

Listed Threatened Species

Recovery Plan

Caladenia caesarea subsp. maritima Cape Spider-orchid

Department of Environment and Conservation 2010. Cape Spider Orchid (Caladenia caesarea subsp. maritima) Recovery Plan.  Department of Environment and Conservation, Western Australia

Eremophila resinosa Resinous Eremophila

Department of Environment and Conservation 2008.  Resinous Eremophila (Eremophila resinosa) Recovery Plan.  Department of Environment and Conservation, 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 revoking 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 28th day of July 2010

 

Carolyn W Cameron

 

 

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