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Administration and Probate................................1694
Government Business Enterprises......................1694
Living Marine Resources....................................1695
Notices to Creditors............................................1693
Plant Quarantine..................................................1697
Royal Assent.......................................................1694
Tasmanian State Service Notices .......................1705
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No. 21 478— 12 November—308026—1
No. 21 478
JOSEF VITESNIK late of Room 57 Barrington Lodge 120
Swanston Street New Town in Tasmania who died on the
sixteenth day of July 2014: Creditors next of kin and others
having claims in respect of the property of the abovenamed
deceased are required by the Executors Jiri Vitesnik Isaac
Vitesnik and Rebecca Sandra Reid all care of Murdoch Clarke
of 10 Victoria Street Hobart in Tasmania to send particulars to
the said Executors and to the Registrar of the Supreme Court
of Tasmania on or before the twenty-sixth day of December
2014 after which date the Executors may distribute the assets
having regard only to the claims of which the Executors then
have notice.
Dated this twelfth day of November 2014.
MURDOCH CLARKE, Solicitors to the Estate.
WASYL TOKOWENKO late of The Gardens 2-4 Mitcham
Road Claremont in Tasmania retired labourer married who
died on the twenty-eighth day of June 2010: Creditors next
of kin and others having claims in respect of the Estate of the
above named deceased are required by the Executor Surinder
Kaur Mahindroo c/ - GladeWright & Mahindroo of Suite 5 131
Macquarie Street Hobart in Tasmania to send particulars of
their claim to the Registrar of the Supreme Court of Tasmania
in writing on or before the twenty-eighth day of November
2014 after which date the Executor may distribute the assets
having regard only to the claims of which the Executor then
have notice.
Dated this twenty-eighth day of October 2014.
GLADE-WRIGHT & MAHINDROO, Solicitors to the Estate.
NOTICE is hereby given that the Public Trustee has filed in
the office of the Registrar of the Supreme Court at Hobart an
election to administer the estate(s) of
JULIE ANNE BURR late of 3/148 East Derwent Highway
Lindisfarne in Tasmania sewing machinist/married
woman deceased
GRANVILLE DOUGLAS FENTON late of 12 Faulkners
Road Glenlusk in Tasmania retired bushman/divorced
man deceased
Dated this twelfth day of November 2014.
DAVID BENBOW, Chief Executive Officer, Public Trustee.
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TASMANIAN GOVERNMENT GAZETTE
ALOYSIUS CHARLES DRANSFIELD also known as Alan
Charles Dransfield Bus Driver widower deceased who died on
the eleventh day of September 2012 late of 100 Maria Street
Swansea in Tasmania: Shirley Jean Flack Retired bookkeeper
married woman of 50 Maria Street Swansea in Tasmania and
Arthur David Pearce solicitor partner of 34 Franklin Street
Swansea in Tasmania as Legal Personal Representatives of
Aloysius Charles Dransfield requires that any person who
has a claim against the Estate lodge written details of their
claim with the Registrar of the Supreme Court of Tasmania
at Salamanca Place Hobart in Tasmania on or before the
thirteenth day of December 2014 after which date the Legal
Personal Representatives are at liberty to pay and distribute the
assets of the estate dealing then only with the claims of which
they have notice.
Dated the sixth day of November 2014.
A. D. PEARCE & CO. SOLICITORS, Solicitors acting on
behalf of the Legal Personal Representatives of the Estate.
CARA SUTHERLAND HARRINGTON late of 6A Lambert
Avenue, Sandy Bay in Tasmania home duties/widow who died
on the sixteenth day of June 2014: Creditors next of kin and
others having claims in respect of the property or Estate of the
abovenamed deceased are required by the Executors Michael
Anthony Aird and Anthony Alan Holmes c/- M+K dobson
mitchell allport of 59 Harrington Street Hobart in Tasmania to
send particulars of their claim to the Registrar of the Supreme
Court of Tasmania in writing on or before the thirteenth day of
December 2014 after which date the Executors may distribute
the assets having regard only to the claims of which the
Executors then have notice.
Dated this twelfth day of November 2014.
M+K DOBSON MITCHELL ALLPORT,
Practitioners for the Estate.
Administration and Probate
ADMINISTRATION AND PROBATE ACT 1935
Notice of Intention to Apply for Letters of Administration
GABRIELLE WILLIAMS late of 6 Bromley Street
Bridgewater in Tasmania home duties (de facto) who died on
the twenty-fifth day of June 2014 at Bridgewater in the State
of Tasmania: Notice is hereby given that after the expiration of
fourteen days from the publication hereof application will be
made to the Supreme Court of Tasmania in its Ecclesiastical
Jurisdiction that Letters of Administration of the Estate of
Gabrielle Williams late of 6 Bromley Street Bridgewater in
Tasmania deceased intestate may be granted to John Michael
Sajben of 6 Bromley Street Bridgewater in the State of
Tasmania carpenter (de facto) of the said Gabrielle Williams
deceased.
Dated the eighth day of November 2014.
STEVEN CHOPPING LL.B., Solicitor for the Estate.
ADMINISTRATION AND PROBATE ACT 1935
Notice of Application to Reseal Probate
NOTICE is hereby given that after the expiration of fourteen
days from the publication hereof Ann Kathleen Mary House
of 26 View Street Alphington in the State of Victoria 3078 and
Mary Patricia Spearey of 32 Starling Street Montmorency in
the State of Victoria 3094 the Executors of the Will of Patricia
M arjorie O’C onnell late of Mingarra Aged Care 77-115
Mt Dandenong Road Croydon in the State of Victoria 3136
deceased to whom probate of the said Will was granted by the
12 November 2014
Supreme Court of Victoria on the fifteenth day of September
2014 will apply to the Supreme Court of Tasmania in its
Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction that the seal of the said Supreme
Court of Tasmania may be affixed to the said probate pursuant
to Part VI of the Administration and Probate Act 1935.
Dated this twelfth day of November 2014.
AUGHTERSONS LAWYERS PTY LTD.
ADMINISTRATION AND PROBATE ACT 1935
Notice of Application to Reseal Probate or Letter of
Administration
NOTICE is hereby give that after the expiration of fourteen
days from the publication hereof Justine Sally Wellman student
of 34 Geoffrey Street Blairgowrie in the State of Victoria the
Executrix of the Letters of Administration of Glenn Francis
B omford late of 34 Spraypoint Road Blairgowrie in the
State of Victoria stone mason deceased to whom Letters of
Administration of the said Estate were granted by the Supreme
Court of Victoria on the twenty-second day of May 2014 will
apply to the Supreme Court of Tasmania in its Ecclesiastical
Jurisdiction that the Seal of the said Supreme Court of Tasmania
be affixed to the said Letters of Administration to Part VI of the
Administration and Probate Act 1935.
Dated the sixth day of November 2014.
JUSTINE SALLY WELLMAN, Applicant,
Inserted by Peter Heerey Lawyer.
Royal Assent
Government House
Hobart, Tasmania
7 November 2014
His Excellency the Lieutenant-Governor has this day in the
name of Her Majesty The Queen assented to the following
Bill:–
A Bill for an Act to amend the Police Offences Act 1935, the
Forensic Procedures Act 2000 and the Law of Animals
Act 1962.
Police Offences Amendment Act 2014
(Act No. 15 of 2014)
By His Excellency's Command
DAVID OWEN, Official Secretary.
Government Business Enterprises
GOVERNMENT BUSINESS ENTERPRISES ACT 1995
Notice of Transfer
I, PETER CARL GUTWEIN, Treasurer, for the purposes of
section 10A of the Government Business Enterprises Act 1995,
give notice of the transfer of the assets listed in Schedule 1 of
this notice by Tasmanian Networks Pty Ltd ACN 167 357 299
to Tasmanian Railway Pty Ltd ACN 139 383 761, subject to the
terms, conditions and limitations contained in this notice.
1. Definitions
‘Asset’ has the meaning given to that term in the Government
Business Enterprises Act 1995.
‘Transfer day’ means the date referred to in clause 2 of this
notice.
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12 November 2014
‘State’ means the State of Tasmania, being the owner of
Tasmanian Networks and Tasmanian Railway.
2. Transfer day
to the abalone fishery, a person does not dive from, or enter the
water from, the fishing vessel or auxiliary vessel used from the
fishing vessel.
The assets are transferred on 15 November 2014.
Dated: 6 November 2014
3. Consideration
ROBERT GOTT,
A/General Manager (Water and Marine Resources).
(a) For the purposes of section 1(3) of schedule 1A of the
Government Business Enterprises Act 1995, the assets are
transferred by Tasmanian Networks to Tasmanian Railway
for nil consideration.
(i) in the case of Tasmanian Railway, as a contribution by
the State; and
INFORMATION
The commercial blacklip abalone fishery in State waters off
the north-west coast is being closed from 12 November 2014
until 31 December 2014 as part of arrangements to control the
total amount of abalone harvested in that area in the interest of
resource sustainability. This closed area relates to commercial
blacklip abalone fishing in fishing sub-blocks 5A, 5B and 5C
only.
(ii) in the case of Tasmanian Networks, as a distribution to
the State.
LIVING MARINE RESOURCES MANAGEMENT ACT 1995
(b) For the avoidance of doubt, the transfer under this transfer
notice must be recorded in the financial accounts as
follows:
Fisheries (Biosecurity) Order 2014
Dated the second day of November 2014.
PETER CARL GUTWEIN, Treasurer.
SCHEDULE 1
The following assets are transferred by Tasmanian Networks to
Tasmanian Railway:
• $10 000 000
Living Marine Resources
LIVING MARINE RESOURCES MANAGEMENT ACT 1995
Fisheries (Abalone) Rules 2009, Rule 9(3)
Public Notice - Dates of the Closed Season for Part of
the Commercial Abalone Fishery in State Waters off the
North-West Coast of Tasmania
I, ROBERT GOTT, A/General Manager (Water and Marine
Resources), acting under Rule 9(3) of the Fisheries (Abalone)
Rules 2009, and delegated authority under Section 20(1) of
the Living Marine Resources Management Act 1995, hereby
determine that the dates of closing of State waters of the
commercial abalone fishery in State waters off the north-west
coast of Tasmania to the activities of the take and possession of
blacklip abalone (Haliotis rubra) are as follows:
from 12 November 2014 to 31 December 2014 inclusive;
where “State waters off the north-west coast of Tasmania”
is defined to mean: those State waters within an area bounded
in the north by an imaginary line from the northernmost point
of Woolnorth Point to Brown Rocks and running due west to
the limit of State waters, bounded in the south by an imaginary
straight line running due west from the mouth of the Arthur
River to the outer limit of State waters and bounded in the east
by the line of high-water mark running approximately north
from the mouth of the Arthur River north to the northernmost
point of Woolnorth Point.
For the purpose of this public notice, “possession” does not
include blacklip abalone on a fishing vessel that is transiting
the part of State waters closed to the abalone fishery if the
blacklip abalone possessed on the vessel were taken from a part
of State waters that is open to the abalone fishery and, while
the fishing vessel is transiting the part of State waters closed
I MAKE the following order under section 270 of the Living
Marine Resources Management Act 1995:
1. Short title
This order may be cited as the Fisheries (Biosecurity) Order
2014.
2. Specification
This order is made –
(a) in respect of the harmful disease abalone viral
ganglioneuritis; and
(b) to implement treatment and testing requirements
designed to prevent the introduction of that disease into
State waters.
3. Directions issued
(1) That an abalone processor must, unless otherwise authorised,
ensure that no abalone live-holding water is discharged into
State waters from any holding premises used under the relevant
licence unless that water hasa) been treated using a system capable of achieving, on
comparing water immediately prior to entering
treatment with water immediately on leaving treatment,
a minimum 3 log 10 reduction in total marine
heterotrophic bacteria; and
b) achieved a discharge concentration value of <3 log 10 (≤
999 bacterial colony forming units per mL).
(2) That an abalone processor must, in each of the testing
periodsa) cause a water sample to be taken by an agent of an
approved service from each holding premises used
under the relevant licence; and
b) cause the water sample to be tested by an approved
laboratory for the discharge concentration value
referred to in subclause (1)(b); and
c) submit the results of that testing to the Secretary.
5. Interpretation
In this order –
"abalone" means live fish of the genus Haliotis;
“abalone processor” means the holder of a fish processing
licence that authorises the processing of abalone;
“approved laboratory” means a laboratory approved to
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conduct tests relevant to ascertaining performance related
to the standards in subclauses 3(1)(a) and 3(1)(b);
“approved service” means a service approved to take
samples to be provided for testing by an approved
laboratory;“Tasmania’s biosecurity regions” means the
regions specified in Part 1 and defined in Part 2 of the
Schedule to this order;
Part 2 - Description of abalone biosecurity regions
Region
name
Reg.
Code
Fishing
Blocks
Boundary 1
(GPS Coords)
Boundary
2 (GPS
Coords)
Description
Northern
Bass
Strait
NBS
50, 51,
52, 53,
54, 55,
56, 57
146°00’00”E
to
147°35’00”E
39°12’00”S
to
40°20’00”S
Includes
Hogan,
Kent, Curtis,
Rodondo /
Moncoeur
Groups
and Bass
Pyramid
Flinders
Island
FI
32A-C,
33A-C,
34A-D,
35A-E,
36A-B,
37A-D,
38A-C
147°35’00”E
to
148°45’00”E
39°12’00”S
to
40°40’00”S
Flinders
Island
Vicinity
Bass
Strait
BS
41, 42,
43, 44,
45, 46
145°22’42”E
to
147°27’00”E
North
Coast to
40°40’00”S
Port Latta
to Anderson
Bay
King
Island
KI
1A-C,
2A-C,
3A-C,
4A-C
NorthEast
NE
29D,
30A-C,
31A-B,
39A-B,
40A-C
East of
147°27’00”E
40°40’00”S
to
41°27’00”S
North of
Scamander
River
CentralEast
CE
25,
26A-D,
27A-E,
28A-C,
29 A-C
East of
coastline
41°27’00”S
to
42°30’00”S
South of
Scamander
River
to Cape
Bougainville
SouthEast
SE
Part
17A,
17B,
19A-B,
20A-C,
21A-C,
22A-C,
23A-B,
24A-E
East of
147°30’00”E
South of
42°30’00”S
South of
Hermitage
Beach. East
of Cape
Contrariety.
South
Coast
SC
12B-D,
13A-E,
14A-D,
14AD, 15,
16A-D,
Part
17A, 18
146°02’00”E
to
147°30’00”E
SouthWest
SW
10A-D,
11A-D,
12 A
West of
146°02’00”E.
South of
42°36’13”S
West of
South West
Cape. South
of Meerim
Beach.
CentralWest
CW
7A-C,
8A-C,
9A-C
West of
coastline
41°30’00”S
to
42°36’13”S
South of
Italian River
to Meerim
Beach
NorthWest
NW
5A-D,
6A-D,
47A-B,
48A-C
49A-C
West of
145°22’42”E
North of
41°30’00”S
West of Port
Latta. North
of Italian
River
“holding premises” means premises used to hold abalone
taken from outside the relevant biosecurity region for those
premises;
“introduction” includes re-introduction;
“relevant biosecurity region”, for premises, means, with
reference to Tasmania’s biosecurity regions, the biosecurity
region adjacent to that part of the State’s coastline where,
or closest to where, those premises are situated;
“relevant licence”, for an abalone processor, means the fish
processing licence that authorises the abalone processor to
process abalone;
"testing periods" means the following periods:
a) October of each calendar year;
b) the four week period commencing six weeks before
each Chinese New Year.
6. Fisheries (Biosecurity) Order 2013 revoked
Fisheries (Biosecurity) Order 2013 dated 13 December 2013
and published in Gazette number 21 391 on 18 December 2013
is hereby revoked.
Dated this 4th day of November 2014
ROBERT GOTT,
A/General Manager, Water and Marine Resources
Schedule Tasmanian Abalone Biosecurity Project
Part 1- Abalone biosecurity regions
King
Island
North
West
Northern
Bass Strait
Flinders
Island
Bass Strait
North
East
Central
East
Central
West
South
West
South
East
South
Coast
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King Island
vicinity
East of South
West Cape to
west of Cape
Contrariety.
INFORMATION
This order issues directions aimed at preventing the
introduction into State waters of the harmful disease abalone
viral ganglioneuritis. The order takes effect on the day on
which it is published in the Gazette and remains in effect for
12 months.
12 November 2014
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Plant Quarantine
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Section 12 – Publication of pests and diseases, Plant Quarantine Act 1997: Declared 6 November 2014
Plant Quarantine Act 1997
Section 12 - Publication of pests and diseases
I, ANDREW CHRISTIAN BISHOP, being and as the holder of the office of Manager, Plant
Biosecurity and Diagnostics Branch, Biosecurity Tasmania, Department of Primary
Industries, Parks, Water and Environment (position number 702019), as delegate of the
Secretary of the Department of Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment under
section 7 of the Plant Quarantine Act 1997 (“the Act”) in accordance with section 12 of
the Act hereby publish a list of all pests declared under section 10 to be List A pests or
List B pests; and a list of all diseases declared under section 11 to be List A diseases or
List B diseases:Pests that have been declared under Section 10 to be List A pests:
INSECTA (insects)
COLEOPTERA (beetles & weevils)
Bruchus pisorum (Linnaeus)
Heteronychus arator (Fabricius)
Hylotrupes bajulus (Linnaeus)
Scolytus multistriatus Marsham
Trogoderma variabile Ballion
pea weevil
African black beetle, black lawn beetle
European house borer
elm bark beetle
warehouse beetle
DIPTERA (flies)
Bactrocera tryoni (Froggatt)
Ceratitis capitata (Wiedemann)
Queensland fruit fly, Qfly, QFF
Mediterranean fruit fly
HEMIPTERA (bugs, aphids,
mealybugs, whitefllies & scale
insects)
Bemisia tabaci (Gennadius)
Daktulosphaira vitifoliae (Fitch)
silverleaf whitefly, poinsettia whitefly,
cotton whitefly
grape phylloxera
HYMENOPTERA (ants, bees & wasps)
Solenopsis invicta Buren
red imported fire ant
MOLLUSCS (snails & slugs)
Austropeplea viridis (Quoy and
Gaimard)
Cantareus aperta (Born) (syn. Helix
aperta (Born))
Pseudosuccinea columella (Say)
NEMATODES
Anguina agrostis (Steinbuch) Filipjev
(syn. Anguina lolii Price)
Globodera rostochiensis
(Wollenweber) Behrens
green pond snail
green snail
American ribbed fluke snail
ryegrass nematode
yellow potato cyst nematode, PCN
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and diseases,
Plant Quarantine
Act 1997: Declared 6 November
1698 Section 12 – Publication of pests TASMANIAN
GOVERNMENT
GAZETTE
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ovember 2014
Pests that have been declared under Section 10 to be List A pests:
PLANTS
Acacia nilotica (L.) Delile ssp. indica
(Benth.) Brenan
Acroptilon repens (L.) DC.
prickly acacia
creeping knapweed, blueweed,
hardheads
alligator weed
Alternanthera philoxeroides (Mart.)
Griseb.
Amaranthus albus L.
Annona glabra L.
Bassia scoparia (L.) A.J. Scott
Berkheya rigida (Thunb.) Ewart et al.
Bifora testiculata (L.) Spreng.
Cabomba caroliniana A. Gray
Carex buchananii Bergg.
Carex testacea Sol. ex Boott
Caulerpa taxifolia (Vahl) C.Ag.
Cenchrus incertus M.A. Curtis
Cenchrus longispinus (Hack.) Fernald
Centaurea calcitrapa L.
Centaurea eriophora L.
Ceratophyllum demersum L.
Chondrilla juncea L.
Crupina vulgaris Cass.
Cryptostegia grandiflora R. Br.
Cuscuta spp. (excluding C. tasmanica
Englm.)
Cynara cardunculus L.
Cyperus esculentus L.
Cyperus rotundus L.
Datura spp.
Dittrichia viscosa (L.) Greuter
Egeria densa Planch.
Eichhornia crassipes (Mart.) Solms
Eleocharis parodii Barros
Emex australis Steinh.
Festuca gautieri Hackel
Galium spurium L.
Galium tricornutum Dandy
Gymnocoronis spilanthoides (D. Don
ex Hook. & Arn.) DC.
Heliotropium europaeum L.
Heracleum mantegazzianum Sommier
& Levier
Hydrilla verticillata (L.f.) Royle
Hymenachne amplexicaulis (Rudge)
Nees
Lagarosiphon major (Ridl.) Moss
Lantana camara L.
Mesquite spp.
Miconia spp.
tumble weed, white pigweed, white
amaranth
pond apple
kochia, Mexican firebrush, mock cypress
African thistle
bifora
cabomba, fish-grass, Carolina fanwort
leather leaf sedge
orange New Zealand sedge
marine green alga
spiny burr-grass
spiny burr-grass
star thistle, purple star thistle
Mallee cockspur
hornwort, coontail
rush skeleton weed, naked weed
common crupina, bearded creeper
rubber vine
dodder
artichoke thistle
yellow nut sedge, yellow nut grass
purple nut grass, nut sedge
datura
false yellow head
egeria, Brazilian waterweed, leafy elodea
water hyacinth
parodi spike rush
spiny emex
bear-skin fescue
false cleavers
three-horn bedstraw, corn cleavers
Senegal tea plant, temple plant
common heliotrope, caterpillar weed
giant hogweed, cart-wheel flower
hydrilla, Indian star grass, water thyme
hymenachne
Lagarosiphon, African oxygen weed
lantana
mesquite
miconia
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2014
GOVERNMENT
GAZETTE1699
Section
12 – Publication of pests TASMANIAN
and diseases,
Plant Quarantine
Act 1997: Declared 6 November 2014
Pests that have been declared under Section 10 to be List A pests:
PLANTS
Mimosa pigra L.
Nassella charruana (Arechav.)
Barkworth
Nassella hyalina (Nees) Barkworth
Nassella tenuissima (Trin.) Barkworth
Oenanthe pimpinelloides L.
Orobanche spp. (except O. minor Sm.
and O. cernua var. australiana
(F.Muell. ex Tate) J.M.Black ex
Beck))
Parkinsonia aculeata L.
Parthenium hysterophorus L.
Sagittaria platyphylla (Engelm.) J.G.
Sm.
Sagittaria montevidensis Cham. &
Schltdl.
Salvinia molesta D.S. Mitch.
Senecio glastifolius L. f.
Solanum elaeagnifolium Cav.
Solanum sodomaeum L.
Tamarix aphylla (L.) H. Karst.
Trapa spp.
Tribulis terrestris L.
Xanthium spp.
Zizania spp.
mimosa
lobed needle grass
Cane needle grass
Mexican feather grass
meadow parsley, water dropwort
broomrape
parkinsonia
parthenium weed
sagittaria
arrowhead
giant salvinia, acquarium water moss
holly leaved senecio, water dissel
silverleaf nightshade
apple of Sodom
athel pine, athel tamarisk, desert
tarmarix
floating water chestnut
caltrop, puncture vine
burrs
wild rice
Pests that have been declared under Section 10 to be List B pests:
PLANTS
Allium vineale L.
Amelichloa caudata (Trin.) Arriaga &
Barkworth (syn. Achnatherum
caudatum (Trin.) S.W.L. Jacobs &
J. Everett)
Amsinckia spp.
Anthemis cotula L.
Asparagus asparagoides (L.) Druce
Asparagus scandens Thunb.
Asphodelus fistulosus L.
Berberis darwinii Hook.
Calluna vulgaris (L.) Hull
Carduus nutans L.
Carduus pycnocephalus L.
Carduus tenuiflorus W.M. Curtis
Carex albula Allan
Carex flagellifera Col.
Carthamus lanatus L.
Chrysanthemoides monilifera (L.)
Norl.
Cirsium arvense (L.) Scop.
crow garlic, false garlic, wild garlic, field
garlic
espartillo
yellow burr weed, amsinckia
stinking mayweed, stinking chamomile
bridal creeper
asparagus fern, climbing asparagus
onion weed
Darwin’s barberry, berberis
heather, ling, scots heather
nodding thistle, musk thistle
slender thistle, Italian thistle
slender thistle
New Zealand hair sedge
New Zealand sedge
saffron thistle
boneseed, bitou bush
Californian thistle
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1700 Section 12 – Publication of pests and
TASMANIAN
GOVERNMENT
GAZETTE
12 N2014
ovember 2014
diseases,
Plant Quarantine
Act 1997: Declared 6 November
Pests that have been declared under Section 10 to be List B pests:
PLANTS
Coprosma robusta M. Raoul
Cortaderia spp.
Cytisus multiflorus (Aiton) Sweet
Cytisus scoparius (L.) Link
Echium plantagineum L.
Echium vulgare L.
Elodea canadensis Michx.
Equisetum spp.
Eragrostis curvula (Schrad.) Nees
Erica lusitanica Rudolphi
Fallopia japonica (Houtt.) Ronse Decr.
Foeniculum vulgare Mill.
Genista monspessulana (L.) L. A. S.
Johnson
Hieracium spp.
Homeria spp.
Hypericum perforatum L.
Hypericum tetrapterum Fr.
Lepidium draba L. (syn. Cardaria
draba (L.) Desv.)
Leycesteria formosa Wall.
Lycium ferocissimum Miers
Marrubium vulgare L.
Myriophyllum aquaticum (Vell.) Verdc.
Nassella leucotricha (Trin. & Rupr.) R.
W. Pohl
Nassella neesiana (Trin. & Rupr.)
Barkworth
Nassella trichotoma (Nees) Hack. ex
Arechav.
Onopordum spp.
Pennisetum macrourum Trin.
Pennisetum villosum R.Br. ex Fresen.
Rorippa sylvestris (L.) Besser
Rubus fruticosus L. aggregate
(including R. anglocandicans,
R. erythrops, R. echinatus,
R. laciniatus, R. laudatus,
R. leucostachys, R. polyanthemos,
R. vestitus, and R. species
(Tasman), but does not include
commercial varieties of blackberry)
Salix spp., except S. babylonica L., S.
x. calodendron Wimm., S. x.
reichardtii Kern.
Salpichroa origanifolia (Lam.) Baill.
Senecio jacobaea L.
coprosma, karamu
pampas grasses
white Spanish broom
English broom, common broom
Paterson’s curse, purple bugloss, purple
echium
viper’s bugloss, blue echium
Canadian pondweed, water-thyme
horsetail
African lovegrass, weeping lovegrass
Spanish heath
Japanese knotweed, Mexican bamboo
Fennel (excluding sweet fennel bulbs and
seed for human consumption)
Montpellier broom, cape broom, soft
broom
hawkweeds
cape tulip
St. John’s wort, goatweed
square stemmed St. John’s wort, St.
Peter’s wort
white weed
Himalayan honeysuckle
African boxthorn
Horehound, white horehound
parrot’s feather, water feather
Texas needle grass
Chilean needle grass
serrated tussock
Onopordum thistles
African feather grass
Feathertop, white foxtail, long style
feather grass
creeping yellow cress, yellow field cress
blackberry
Willow
pampas lily-of-the-valley
ragwort
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Section 12 – Publication of pests and diseases, Plant Quarantine Act 1997: Declared 6 November 2014
GAZETTE1701
Pests that have beenTASMANIAN
declaredGOVERNMENT
under Section
10 to be List B pests:
12 November 2014
PLANTS
Solanum marginatum L.f.
Solanum triflorum Nutt.
Ulex europaeus L.
Urospermum dalechampii (L.)
F.W.Schmidt
white-edged nightshade
cut leaf nightshade
gorse
Mediterranean daisy
Diseases that have been declared under Section 11 to be List A diseases:
BACTERIA
Curtobacterium flaccumfaciens pv.
flaccumfaciens (Hedges) Collins &
Jones
bacterial blight of legumes
Erwinia amylovora (Burrill) Winslow et
al.
fire blight of apples and pears
Pseudomonas syringae pv.
striafaciens (Elliott) Young et al.
(syn. Pseudomonas striafaciens
(Elliott) Starr & Burkholder)
bacterial stripe of barley, barley black
node
Ralstonia solanacearum (Smith)
Yabuuchi et al. (syn. Pseudomonas
solanacearum (Smith))
bacterial wilt of potato
Xanthomonas campestris pv.
cucurbitae (Bryan) Vauterin et al.
(syn. Xanthomonas cucurbitae
(Bryan) Dowson)
of cucurbita spp., including pumpkin
spot and cucurbits leaf spot
FUNGI
Alternaria mali Roberts
apple spot
Ascochyta rabiei (Pass.) Labr.
chickpea blight
Botrytis squamosa J.C. Walker
botrytis leaf blight of onions
Ceratocystis fimbriata Ellis & Halst.
of ornamentals
Colletotrichum lupini (Bondar)
Nirenberg et al.
lupin anthracnose
Ophiostoma spp.
Dutch elm disease
Phacidiopycnis tuberivora (Güssow &
Foster) Sutton
potato rot
Puccinia psidii sensu lato
guava rust, or myrtle rust
Thekopsora minima (P. Syd & Syd)
Blueberry rust
Urocystis cepulae Frost
onion smut
PHYTOPLASMAS
Grapevine yellows MLO
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1702 Section 12 – Publication of pests TASMANIAN
GOVERNMENT
GAZETTE
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ovember 2014
and diseases,
Plant Quarantine
Act 1997: Declared 6 November
Diseases that have been declared under Section 11 to be List A diseases:
VIRUSES
Capsicum chlorosis virus
CCV
Iris yellow spot virus
IYSV
Pea seed-borne mosaic virus
PSbMV
Tobacco streak virus
TSV
Tomato leaf curl virus
see Tomato yellow leaf curl virus
Tomato yellow leaf curl virus
TYLCV
Diseases that have been declared under Section 11 to be List B diseases:
FUNGI
Puccinia allii F. Rudolphi
onion rust
VIRUSES
Barley stripe mosaic virus
BSMV
Little cherry virus 2
LChV-2
Note: Generally, a List A pest or disease is a pest or disease that does not occur at
all in Tasmania, whilst List B pests or diseases are ones that do occur in Tasmania.
DATED this 6th day of November 2014
ANDREW BISHOP
MANAGER (PLANT BIOSECURITY & DIAGNOSTICS BRANCH)
BIOSECURITY TASMANIA
DEPARTMENT OF PRIMARY INDUSTRIES, PARKS, WATER AND ENVIRONMENT
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