Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 - Section 269A - Instrument Adopting and Revoking Recovery Plans (NSW, SA and WA) (17/01/2014)

Link to law: https://www.comlaw.gov.au/Details/F2014L00102

 
Commonwealth of Australia
 
Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999
Section 269A
 
Instrument Adopting and Revoking Recovery Plans
 
I, GEOFFREY RICHARDSON, Assistant Secretary, Protected Species and Communities Branch, delegate for the Minister for the Environment:
 
(a)        pursuant to subsection 33(3) of the Acts Interpretation Act 1901 and subsection 269A(7) of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999, hereby revoke the adoption of the following State recovery plans:
 
-          Burbidge, A. and Kuchling, G. (2004). Western Swamp Tortoise (Pseudemydura umbrina) Recovery Plan. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Wanneroo, Western Australia.
-          Robertson, M. & Steed, Y. (2000). Spalding Blown Grass (Agrostis limitanea) Recovery Plan, National Parks and Wildlife SA.
 
(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 New South Wales, South Australia and Western Australia (or agencies of those States) specified opposite those listed threatened species:
 
 
New South Wales Recovery Plans (2)
Listed Threatened Species/Ecological Community
Recovery Plan

Dasyornis brachypterus (eastern bristlebird)
OEH (2012). National Recovery Plan for Eastern Bristlebird Dasyornis brachypterus. Office of Environment and Heritage, Department of Premier and Cabinet (NSW), Sydney.

Weeping Myall – Coobah – Scrub Wilga Shrubland of the Hunter Valley Ecological Community.
OEH (2013). Weeping Myall – Coobah – Scrub Wilga Shrubland of the Hunter Valley National Recovery Plan. Office of Environment and Heritage, Department of Premier and Cabinet (NSW), Sydney.

 
 
South Australian Recovery Plans (5)
Listed Threatened Species/Ecological Community
Recovery Plan

Acanthocladium dockeri (spiny everlasting, spiny daisy)
Clarke, A., Robertson, M.A. and Pieck, A. (2013). Recovery Plan for Acanthocladium dockeri (Spiny Daisy). Department of Environment, Water and Natural Resources, Clare, South Australia.

Beyeria subtecta (Kangaroo Island turpentine bush)
Caladenia ovata (Kangaroo Island spider-orchid)
Cheiranthera volubilis (twining finger flower)
Leionema equestre (Kangaroo Island phebalium)
Logania insularis (Kangaroo Island logania)
Olearia microdisca (small-flowered daisy-bush)
Pomaderris halmaturina subsp. halmaturina (Kangaroo Island pomaderris)
Ptilotus beckerianus (ironstone mulla mulla)
Pultenaea villifera var. glabrescens (yellow bush-pea, splendid bush-pea)
Spyridium eriocephalum var. glabrisepalum (MacGillivray spyridium)
Taylor, D.A. (2012). Recovery plan for nationally threatened plant species on Kangaroo Island South Australia. Department of Environment, Water and Natural Resources, Government of South Australia.

Caladenia richardsiorum (Little Dip spider-orchid)
Caladenia calcicola (limestone spider-orchid)
Pterostylis tenuissima (swamp greenhood)
Dickson, C.R., Anderson, R.A., Murphy, A., Pritchard, A., and Craig, A. (2012). Recovery Plan for three orchid species in South Australia and Victoria: Caladenia richardsiorum (Little Dip Spider-orchid), Caladenia calcicola (Limestone Spider-orchid) and Pterostylis tenuissima (Swamp Greenhood). Department of Environment, Water and Natural Resources, South Australia, South East Region and Department of Sustainability and Environment, Victoria, South West Victoria Region.

Lachnagrostis limitanea (Spalding blown grass)
Robertson, M.A. & Clarke, A. (2012). Recovery Plan for Lachnagrostis limitanea (Spalding Blown Grass). Department of Environment, Water and Natural Resources, South Australia.

Peppermint Box (Eucalyptus odorata) Grassy Woodland of South Australia
(ecological community)
Turner, J. (2012). National Recovery Plan for the Peppermint Box (Eucalyptus odorata) Grassy Woodland of South Australia ecological community 2012. Department of Environment, Water and Natural Resources, South Australia.

 
 
 
 
Western Australian Recovery Plans (4)
Listed Threatened Species/Ecological Community
Recovery Plan

Calyptorhynchus latirostris (Carnaby’s cockatoo)
Department of Parks and Wildlife (2013). Carnaby’s cockatoo (Calyptorhynchus latirostris) Recovery Plan. Department of Parks and Wildlife, Perth, Western Australia.

Petrogale lateralis hacketti (Recherche rock-wallaby)
Petrogale lateralis lateralis (black-flanked rock-wallaby)
Petrogale lateralis MacDonnell Ranges race (warru, black-footed rock-wallaby (MacDonnell Ranges race))
Petrogale lateralis West Kimberly race (black-footed rock-wallaby (West Kimberley race))
Pearson, D. (2013). Recovery plan for five species of rock wallabies:
Black-footed rock wallaby (Petrogale lateralis)
Short-eared rock wallaby (Petrogale brachyotis)
Monjon (Petrogale burbidgei)
Nabarlek (Petrogale concinna)
Rothschild rock wallaby (Petrogale rothschildi).
Western Australian Wildlife Management Program No. 55. Department of Parks and Wildlife, Locked Bag 104, Bentley Delivery Centre WA 6983

Pseudemydura umbrina (western swamp tortoise)
Burbidge, A.A., Kuchling, G., Olejnik, C. and Mutter, L. (2010). Western Swamp Tortoise  (Pseudemydura umbrina) Recovery Plan. Department of Environment and Conservation, Perth, Western Australia.

Setonix brachyurus (quokka)
Department of Environment and Conservation (2013). Quokka Setonix brachyurus Recovery Plan. Wildlife Management Program No. 56. Department of Environment and Conservation, Perth, WA.

 
 
The adopted recovery plans will come into force on the day after this instrument is registered on the Federal Register of Legislative Instruments. 
 
 
 
Dated this          17th                 day of         January        2014
 
 
Geoffrey Richardson
 
 
Delegate of the Minister for the Environment
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