National recovery plan for the Nightcap Oak (Eidothea hardeniana)
Threatened Species Unit, Western
New South Wales Department of Environment and Conservation, 2004
ISBN: 0 7313 6781 2
9. Preparation Details
This Recovery Plan was prepared by Dianne Brown of the DEC Threatened Species Unit, North East Branch, with assistance from the Nightcap Oak recovery team.
Any major changes to this Recovery Plan will require the revised plan to be placed on public exhibition in NSW and re-approval by the NSW Minister for the Environment. The DEC, the Commonwealth Department of Environment and Heritage or other Recovery Team members should be contacted if it is believed any change to the Recovery Plan or recovery program should be considered.
A major review of this Recovery Plan will occur within five years of the date of its publication.
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