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Species determined to be in danger in Japan under Article III to the Agreement between the Government of Australia and the Government of Japan for the Protection of Migratory Birds and Birds in Danger of Extinction and their Habitats (JAMBA)

SCHEDULE 1 - PART V











Scientific Name


Common Name


Diomedea albatrus


Short-tailed albatross


Phalacrocorax urile


Red-faced cormorant


Ciconia ciconia boyciana


Oriental white stork


Nipponia nippon


Japanese crested ibis


Branta canadensis leucopareia


Aleutian Canada goose


Haliaeetus albicilla albicilla


White-tailed sea eagle


Haliaeetus pelagicus pelagicus


Steller's sea eagle


Accipiter gentilis fugiyamae


Goshawk


Buteo buteo toyoshimai


Bonin buzzard


Buteo buteo oshiroi


Daito Island buzzard


Spizaetus nipalens orientalis


Hodgson's hawk eagle


Aquila chrysaetos japonica


Japanese golden eagle


Spilornis cheela perplexus


Ryukyu serpent eagle


Falco peregrinus fruitii


Volcano Islands peregrine falcon


Falco peregrinus japanesis


Japanese peregrine falcon


Lagopus mutus japonicus


Japanese ptarmigan


Grus japonensis


Japanese crane


Rallus okinawae


Okinawa rail


Tringa guttifer


Nordmann's greenshank


Scolopax mira


Amami woodcock


Uria aalge inornata


Common murre, Guillemot


Lunda cirrhata


Tufted puffin


Columba janthina stejnegeri


Stejneger's wood pigeon


Columba janthina nitens


Red-headed wood pigeon


Chalcophaps indica yamashinai


Emerald dove


Ketupa blakistoni blakistoni


Blakiston's fish-owl


Sapheopipo noguchii


Pryer's woodpecker, Okinawa woodpecker


Dendrocopus leucotos owstoni


Owston's white-backed woodpecker


Picoides tridactylus inouyei


Inoue's three-toed woodpecker


Pitta brachyura nympha


Fairy pitta


Erithacus komadori komadori


Ryukyu robin


Erithacus komadori namiyei


Stejneger's ryukyu robin


Erithacus komadori subrufus


Yaeyama ryukyu robin


Turdus dauma amami


Amami ground thrush


Megalurus pryeri pryeri


Japanese swampwarbler


Apalopteron familiare hahasima


Hahajima honeyeater


Carduelis sinica kittlitzi


Bonin Islands Japanese greenfinch


Garrulus lidthi


Lidth's jay


Schedule 2—

SCHEDULE 2—PART I—SPECIMENS

A specimen, other than faeces, that is, or is derived from, an animal of a genus, species or sub-species specified, or described in Part II



A specimen, other than faeces, that is, or is derived from, an animal that is, or has been, part of a population specified in Part III.
A specimen that is, or is derived from, a plant of a genus, species, or sub-species specified, or described, in Part IV which designate all parts and derivatives, except:
a) seeds, spores and pollen (including pollinia), other than:
from Mexican cacti originating in Mexico;
b) seedling or tissue cultures obtained in vitro, in solid or liquid media, transported in sterile containers;
c) cut flowers of artificially propagated plants other than from a native Australian plant species;
d) separate stem joints (pads) and parts and derivatives thereof of naturalised or artificially propagated plants of the genus Opuntia subgenus Opuntia of the family Cactaceae;
e) fruits and parts and derivatives thereof of naturalized or artificially propagated plants of the family Cactaceae;
f) fruits and parts and derivatives thereof that are derived from an artificially propagated plant of the genus Vanilla;
g) spores and chemical derivatives of Rauvolfia serpentina and Podophyllum hexandrum (emodi);
h) finished pharmaceutical products of Taxus (baccuta ssp. wallichiana) wallichiana.
A specimen, being a log, sawn wood or veneer, that is derived from the species Pericopsis elata or Swietenia mahagoni.
A specimen, being a log, wood-chips or unprocessed broken material, that is derived from the species Pterocarpus santalinus.
A specimen that is, or is derived from, an artificially propagated plant of a genus, species or sub-species specified in the list of threatened species referred to in s178 of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999, as amended from time to time under s184 of that Act, other than:
[Yuml] a seed or spore; or
[Yuml] a specimen listed on Schedule 4


SPECIES LISTED ON APPENDIX II OF THE CONVENTION ON INTERNATIONAL TRADE IN ENDANGERED SPECIES OF WILD FLORA AND FAUNA (CITES), as adopted by the Conference of the Parties, valid from 19 July 2000.









SCHEDULE 2—PART II—ANIMALS




Division 1 - Class Alcyonaria

















Order


Family


Genus
species
or sub-species



Common name



COENOTHECALIA


(All species in the Order COENOTHECALIA (except fossils))





HARD CORALS







STOLONIFERA















Tubiporidae


(All species in the family Tubiporidae (except fossils))







Division 2 - Class Anthozoa

















ANTIPATHARIA
SCLERACTINIA


(All species in the Order ANTIPATHARIA)


BLACK CORALS
Black corals, antipatharians











(All species in the Order SCLERACTINIA (except fossils))


HARD CORALS
Hard corals








Division 3—Class Hydrozoa




















MILLEPORINA














Milleporidae


(All species in the family Milleporidae (except fossils))


HARD CORALS


STYLASTERINA














Stylasteridae


(All species in the family Stylasteridae (except fossils))


HARD CORALS




Division 4—Class Amphibia

















ANURA








FROGS





Dendrobatidae


Allobates (Dendrobates) spp.











Dendrobates spp.











Epipedobates (Dendrobates) spp.











Minyobates (Dendrobates) spp.











Phobobates (Dendrobates) spp.











Phyllobates spp.








Myobatrachidae


(Species of Rheobatrachus not specified in Part II of Schedule 1)








Ranidae


Mantella spp.


Malagasy poison frog








Hoplobatrachus (Rana) tigerinus


Indian bullfrog








Rana (Euphlyctis) hexadactylus


Six-fingered frog



CAUDATA









SALAMANDERS





Ambystomidae


Ambystoma dumerilii


Lake Patzcuaro salamander,











Achoque








Ambystoma mexicanum


Salamander or Axolotl

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