Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 - section 269A - Instrument Adopting and Revoking Recovery Plans (NSW, QLD, SA, TAS and WA) (06/07/2012)

Link to law: https://www.comlaw.gov.au/Details/F2012L01594

 
Commonwealth of Australia
 
Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999
Section 269A
 
Instrument Adopting Recovery Plans
 
I, DEBRA JAYNE CALLISTER‑CARTER, Assistant Secretary, Wildlife Branch, delegate for the Minister for Sustainability, Environment, Water, Population and Communities:
 
(a)        pursuant to subsection 33(3) of the Acts Interpretation Act 1901, hereby revoke the following recovery plan currently in force under the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999:
 
-          Milne, T., Hutchinson, M. and Clarke, .S. (2000). Recovery Plan for the Pygmy Bluetongue Lizard Tiliqua adelaidensis, Environment Australia, Canberra.
 
(b)        under subsection 269A(7) of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999, hereby adopt as recovery plans for the listed threatened species and ecological communities specified below, the respective plans made by New South Wales, Queensland, South Australia, Tasmania, and Western Australia (or agencies of those States) specified opposite those listed threatened species and ecological communities:
 
 
New South Wales Recovery Plans (2)
Listed Threatened Species/Ecological Community
Recovery Plan

Prasophyllum affine (Jervis Bay leek-orchid, Culburra leek-orchid, Kinghorn Point leek-orchid)
NSW Office of Environment and Heritage (2011). National Recovery Plan for the Jervis Bay Leek Orchid (Prasophyllum affine). NSW Office of Environment and Heritage, Hurstville.

Syzygium paniculatum (magenta lilly pilly, magenta cherry, pocket-less brush cherry, scrub cherry, creek lilly pilly, brush cherry)
NSW Office of Environment and Heritage (2012). National Recovery Plan Magenta Lilly Pilly Syzygium paniculatum. NSW Office of Environment and Heritage, Sydney.

 
 
Queensland Recovery Plans (1)
Listed Threatened Species/Ecological Community
Recovery Plan

Erythrotriorchis radiatus (red goshawk)
Department of Environment and Resource Management 2012. National recovery plan for the red goshawk Erythrotriorchis radiatus. Report to the Department of Sustainability, Environment, Water, Population and Communities, Canberra. Queensland Department of Environment and Resource Management, Brisbane.

 
 
South Australian Recovery Plans (2)
Listed Threatened Species/Ecological Community
Recovery Plan

Iron-grass natural temperate grassland of South Australia
Turner, J. (2012). National Recovery Plan for the Iron-grass Natural Temperate Grassland of South Australia ecological community 2012. Department of Environment and Natural Resources, South Australia.

Tiliqua adelaidensis (pygmy blue-tongue lizard, Adelaide blue-tongue lizard)
Duffy, A., Pound, L. and How, T. (2012). Recovery Plan for the Pygmy Bluetongue Lizard Tiliqua adelaidensis. Department of Environment and Natural Resources, South Australia.

 
 
Tasmanian Recovery Plans (1)
Listed Threatened Species/Ecological Community
Recovery Plan

Acanthiza pusilla archibaldi (King Island Brown Thornbill)
Acanthornis magna greeniana (King Island Scrubtit)
Threatened Species Section (2012). King Island Biodiversity Management Plan. Department of Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment, Hobart.

 
 
Western Australian Recovery Plans (3)
Listed Threatened Species/Ecological Community
Recovery Plan

Caladenia procera (Carbunup king spider orchid)
Department of Environment and Conservation (2011). Caladenia procera Interim Recovery Plan 2011-2016. Interim Recovery Plan No. 316. Department of Environment and Conservation, Western Australia.

Sedgelands in Holocene dune swales of the southern Swan Coastal Plain
Department of Environment and Conservation (2011). Interim Recovery Plan 2011-2016 for Sedgelands in Holocene dune swales. Interim Recovery Plan No. 314. Department of Environment and Conservation, Perth.

Bettongia penicillata ogilbyi (woylie)
Yeatman, G.J. and Groom, C.J. (2012). National Recovery Plan for the woylie Bettongia penicillata. Wildlife Management Program No. 51. Department of Environment and Conservation, Perth.

 
 
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                6th               day of                   July            2012
 
 
SIGNED
D J CALLISTER-CARTER
 
Delegate of the Minister for Sustainability, Environment, Water, Population and Communities
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