Application for a permit to injure Asplenium listeri from Christmas Island, WA (E2011-0051)
Department of Sustainability, Environment, Water, Population and Communities - May 2011
- General Permit Application (PDF - 517 KB)
- Supplementary Form C (PDF - 695 KB)
- Tasmania permit (PDF - 265 KB)
- Research permit - Victoria (PDF - 343 KB)
- Queensland permit (PDF - 1,315 KB)
- Bayly Fern application (PDF - 512 KB)
- Queensland permit - 2 (PDF - 1,024 KB)
- Christmas Island attachment (Word - 23 KB)
About the application
The Department of Sustainability, Environment, Water, Population and Communities has received an application for a permit to kill, injure, take, trade, keep or move a listed threatened species and ecological community in a Commonwealth Area under Part 13, section 200 of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 (EPBC Act). The application is to collect fronds from up to 20 Asplenium listeri plants on Christmas Island, WA. The Christmas Island Spleenwort (Asplenium listeri) is a listed threatened species under the EPBC Act.
Please see the documents above for further details on the proposal.
If the application for a permit to conduct the activity is approved the permit will be valid for a period of up to two years.
In accordance with the provisions of section 200(3) of the Act, you are invited to comment on this proposal.
Please submit your comments by 17 May 2011.
Please include your full name and address in your submission.
Comments should be addressed to:
Commonwealth and Territories Section
Environment Assessment Branch
Approvals and Wildlife Division
Department of Sustainability, Environment, Water, Populations and Communities
GPO Box 787
Canberra ACT 2601
or can be e-mailed to: EPBC.email@example.com
To assist in considering comments, you are encouraged to provide comments under the following headings:
- Management and methodology
- Monitoring procedures
- Ecological sustainability of the operation
- Animal welfare
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