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The Wildlife (Northern Ireland) Order 1985

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SCHEDULE 9N.I.ANIMALS AND PLANTS TO WHICH ARTICLE 15 APPLIES

PART IN.I.ANIMALS WHICH ARE ESTABLISHED IN THE WILD

Common nameScientific name
[F1Amphipod, Freshwater] [F1Crangonyx pseudogracilis]
[F1 Crayfish, Signal] [F1Pacifastacus leniusculus]
[F1Crayfish, Narrow-clawed] [F1 Astacus leptodactylus]
[F1Crayfish, Noble ] [F1 Astacus astacus]
[F1Crayfish, Spiny-cheek] [F1 Orconectes limosus]
[F1Crayfish, Marbled] [F1 Procambarus sp.]
[F1 Deer, Chinese water] [F1 Hydropotes inermis]
[F1 Deer, Muntjac] [F1Muntiacus reevesi]
[F1 Deer, Roe] [F1Capreolus capreolus ]
F2. . . F2. . .
[F1Duck, Mandarin] [F1Aix galericulata]
Duck, RuddyOxyura jamaicensis
Goose, BarnacleBranta leucopsis
Goose, CanadaBranta canadensis
F3. . . F3. . .
[F1Hare, Brown] [F1Lepus europaeus]
[F1Hedgehog (with respect to islands in territorial waters only)] [F1Erinaceus europaeus ]
[F1Fox (with respect to islands in territorial waters only)] [F1 Vulpes vulpes]
[F1Limpet, Slipper] [F1Crepidula fornicata]
Mink, AmericanMustela vison
[F1Mussel, Zebra ] [F1Dreissena polymorpha]
F4. . . F4. . .
[F1Rat, Common Brown (with respect to islands in territorial waters only)] [F1 Rattus norvegicus]
Rat, BlackRattus rattus
[F1Sea squirt ] [F1Didemnum vexillum ]
[F1Sea squirt, Club ] [F1Styela clava]
[F1Shrimp, Freshwater] [F1Gammarus pulex ]
[F1Shrimp, Freshwater] [F1Gammarus tigrinus]
[F1Shrimp, Japanese skeleton] [F1Caprella mutica]
Squirrel, GreySciurus carolinensis
[F1 Stoat, Irish (with respect to islands in territorial waters only)] [F1Mustela erminea hibernicus]
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F1Sch. 9 Pt. I: entries at the appropriate places in alphabetical order inserted (17.8.2011) by Wildlife and Natural Environment Act (Northern Ireland) 2011 (c. 15), ss. 27, 40(1), Sch. 1 para. 9(2); S.R. 2011/285, art. 2, Sch.

PART IIN.I.PLANTS

[F5 Balsam, Himalayan] [F5Impatiens glandulifera.]
[F5Bluebell, Spanish] [F5Hyacinthoides hispanica ]
[F5Cabbage, Skunk] [F5Lysichiton americanum ]
[F5Eelgrass, Dwarf] [F5Zostera japonica]
[F5 Fanwort] [F5Cabomba caroliniana]
[F5 Fig, Hottentot] [F5 Carpobrotus edulis]
Hogweed, GiantHeracleum mantegazzianum
[F5Honeysuckle, Japanese] [F5Lonicera japonica]
Kelp, GiantMacrocystis pyrifera
[F5Kelp, Japanese] [F5Undaria pinnatifida]
F6. . . F6. . .
[F5 Knotweed, Giant] [F5Fallopia sachalinensis]
[F5Knotweed, Himalayan] [F5Polygonum wallichii]
[F5Knotweed, Japanese] [F5Fallopia japonica]
F7. . . F7. . .
[F5Leek, Few-flowered ] [F5 Allium paradoxum]
[F5 Mile-A-Minute Weed] [F5Polygonum perfoliatum ]
[F5Parrot's Feather ] [F5Myriophyllum aquaticum]
[F5Pennywort, Floating] [F5Hydrocotyle ranunculoides ]
Pirri‐pirri BurAcaena (all species)
[F5Reed, Giant] [F5Arundo donax ]
[F5Rhubarb, Giant ] [F5Gunnera tinctoria]
[F5 Salmonberry] [F5Rubus spectabilis]
[F5Salvinia, Giant] [F5Salvinia molesta ]
[F5Sea-buckthorn] [F5Hippophae rhamnoides]
Seaweed, JapaneseSargassum muticum
Spartina or Cord‐grassSpartina (all species)
[F5Stonecrop, Australian swamp] [F5 Crassula helmsii]
[F5Water Chestnut] [F5Trapa natans]
[F5 Water Fern] [F5Azolla filiculoides]
[F5Water Lettuce] [F5Pistia stratiotes]
[F5Water Primrose] [F5Ludwigia]
[F5Water Soldier] [F5Stratiotes aloides]
[F5Waterlily, Fringed] [F5Nymphoides peltata]
[F5Waterweeds (all species)] [F5Elodea (all species)]
[F5Waterweed, Curly] [F5Lagarosiphon major]
[F5Waterweed, Large flowered] [F5Egeria densa]
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F5Sch. 9 Pt. II: entries at the appropriate places in alphabetical order inserted (17.8.2011) by Wildlife and Natural Environment Act (Northern Ireland) 2011 (c. 15), ss. 27, 40(1), Sch. 1 para. 9(4); S.R. 2011/285, art. 2, Sch.

NOTE. The first column of this Schedule, which gives the common name or names, is included by way of guidance only; in the event of any dispute or proceedings, only the second column shall be taken into account.[F8 Note 2. In this Schedule “territorial waters” means the territorial waters adjacent to Northern Ireland.]

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