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EPBC/s.303EC/SSLI/Amend/051 Lists as made
This instrument allows an amendment to the List of Specimens taken to be to be suitable for Live Import. This instrument updates the scientific names and common names for several listed marine fish.
Administered by: Sustainability, Environment, Water, Population and Communities
Made 05 Apr 2012
Registered 17 Apr 2012
Tabled HR 08 May 2012
Tabled Senate 10 May 2012
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Repealed by Environment (Spent and Redundant Instruments) Repeal Regulation 2014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, Debra Jayne Callister-Carter, Delegate of the Minister for Sustainability, Environment, Water, Population and Communities, pursuant to paragraph 303EC(1)(c) of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999, hereby amend Part 1 of the list of specimens taken to be suitable for live import, established under s.303EB of the EPBC Act as follows:

 

 

 

Taxon

Common name

Change:

All species of the family Acanthuridae

Surgeonfish

To:

All species of the family Acanthuridae

Surgeonfish, tang, unicornfish

Change:

All species of the family Anomalopidae

Flashlightfish

To:

All species of the family Anomalopidae

Flashlightfish, lanterneye fish

Change:

All species of the family Brotulidae

Eel-pouts

To:

Brotula spp.

Cusk eels

Change:

All species of the family Bythitidae

Cusk eels

To:

All species of the family Bythitidae

Viviparous brotulas

Change:

All species of the family Centriscidae

Razor fish

To:

All species of the family Centriscidae

Snipefish, shrimpfish

Change:

All species of the family Ephippididae

Batfish

To:

All species of the family Ephippidae

Batfish, spadefish, scats

Change:

All species of the family Grammatidae

Grammas

To:

All species of the family Grammatidae

Basslets

Change:

All species of the family Malacanthidae

Blanquillos

To:

All species of the family Malacanthidae

Blanquillos, tilefish

Change:

All species of the family Monocentrididae

Pineapple fish

To:

All species of the family Monocentridae

Pinecone fish

Change:

All species of the family Mugiloididae

Weevers

To:

All species of the family Pinguipedidae

Weevers, sandperches

Change:

All species of the family Pempherididae

Sweepers

To:

All species of the family Pempheridae

Sweepers

Change:

All species of the family Plesiopidae

Longfins

To:

All species of the family Plesiopidae

Roundheads

Change:

All species of the family Pomacentridae

Damsel fish

To:

All species of the family Pomacentridae

Damsel fish, clownfish

Change:

All species of the family Priacanthidae

Bullseyes

To:

All species of the family Priacanthidae

Bigeyes, catalufas

Change:

All species of the family Syngnathidae excluding Hippocampus spp

Pipefish

To:

All species of the family Syngnathidae excluding Hippocampus spp

Pipefish, seahorses


 

Change:

All species of the family Zanclidae

Tangs

To:

Zanclus cornutus

Moorish idol

Change:

Brachirus spp.

Scorpion fish

To:

Brachirus spp.

Sole

Change:

Pterois spp.

Scorpion fish

To:

Pterois spp.

Lionfish

Change:

Symphorichthys spp.

Snapper Hifin

To:

Symphorichthys spp.

Sailfin snapper

 

 

Dated this 5th day of April 2012

 

 

 

Debra Callister-Carter

Delegate of the Minister for Sustainability, Environment, Water, Population and Communities