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Article 4

[F1SCHEDULE A1N.I.BIRDS WHICH RE-USE THEIR NESTS

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Common nameScientific name
Eagle, GoldenAquila chrysaetos
Eagle, White-tailedHaliaetus albicilla
OspreyPandion haliaetus
Owl, BarnTyto alba
PeregrineFalco peregrinus
Kite, RedMilvus milvus]

Articles 4, 5(6), 7(3) and 28.

SCHEDULE 1N.I.BIRDS WHICH ARE PROTECTED BY SPECIAL PENALTIES

PART IN.I.AT ALL TIMES

Common nameScientific name
BitternBotaurus stellaris
Bunting, CornEmberiza calandra
BuzzardButeo buteo
ChoughPyrrhocorax pyrrhocorax
CorncrakeCrex crex
CrossbillLoxia curvirostra
[F2Cuckoo] [F2Cuculus canorus]
[F2Curlew] [F2Numenius arquata]
Diver, Red-throatedGavia stellata
DotterelCharadrius morinellus
[F2Dove, Stock] [F2Columba oenas]
Dove, TurtleStreptopelia turtur
DunlinCalidris alpina
Eagle, GoldenAquila chrysaëUtos
Eagle, White-tailedHaliaeetus albicilla
[F2Egret, Little] [F2Egretta garzetta]
F3. . . F3. . .
F4. . . F4. . .
Flycatcher, PiedFicedula hypoleuca
[F2Flycatcher, Spotted] [F2Musciapa striata]
GarganeyAnas querquedula
Godwit, Black-tailedLimosa limosa
GoosanderMergus merganser
GoshawkAccipiter gentilis
Grebe, Black-neckedPodiceps nigricollis
GreenshankTringa nebularia
[F2Gull, Mediterranean] [F2Larus melanocephalus]
[F2Gyrfalcon] [F2Falco rusticolus]
Harrier, HenCircus cyaneus
Harrier, MarshCircus aeruginosus
Hawk, SparrowAccipiter nisus
HeronArdea cinerea
[F2Hobby] [F2Falco subbuteo]
KestrelFalco tinnunculus
KingfisherAlcedo atthis
[F2Kite, Red] [F2Milvus milvus]
[F2Lapwing] [F2Vanellus vanellus]
[F2Martin, Sand] [F2Riparia riparia]
MerlinFalco columbarius
NightjarCaprimulgus europaeus
OspreyPandion haliaetus
Ousel, RingTurdus torquatus
Owl, BarnTyto alba
Owl, Long‐earedAsio otus
Owl, Short‐earedAsio flammeus
[F2Owl, Snowy] [F2Bubo scandiacus]
PeregrineFalco peregrinus
Petrel, StormHydrobates pelagicus
F5. . . F5. . .
Pipit, TreeAnthus trivialis
[F2Puffin] [F2Fratercula arctica]
QuailCoturnix coturnix
[F2Redshank] [F2Tringa totanus]
RedstartPhoenicurus phoenicurus
RuffPhilomachus pugnax
Scoter, CommonMelanitta nigra
[F2Shearwater, Manx] [F2Puffinus puffinus]
[F2Sparrow, Tree] [F2Passer montanus]
Swan, Bewick'sCygnus columbianus
Swan, WhooperCygnus cygnus
Tern, ArcticSterna paradisaea
Tern, CommonSterna hirundo
Tern, LittleSterna albifrons
Tern, RoseateSterna dougallii
Tern, SandwichSterna sandvicensis
F6. . . F6. . .
TwiteCarduelis flavirostris
Wagtail, Yellow (all races)Motacilla flava
Warbler, GardenSylvia borin
Warbler, ReedAcrocephalus scirpaceus
Warbler, WoodPhylloscopus sibilatrix
WhimbrelNumenius phaeopus
[F2Whinchat] [F2Saxicola rubetra]
[F2Whitethroat, Lesser] [F2Sylvia curruca]
[F2Yellowhammer] [F2Emberiza citrinella]
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F2Sch. 1 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. 2(2); S.R. 2011/285, art. 2, Sch.

F5Sch. 1 Pt. I: entry relating to "Phalarope, Red-necked" omitted (17.8.2011) by virtue of Wildlife and Natural Environment Act (Northern Ireland) 2011 (c. 15), ss. 27, 40(1), Sch. 1 para. 2(3); S.R. 2011/285, art. 2, Sch.

PART IIN.I.DURING THE CLOSE SEASON

GadwallAnas strepera
GoldeneyeBucephala clangula
PintailAnas acuta
Plover, GoldenPluvialis apricaria
PochardAythya ferina
ScaupAythya marila
ShovelerAnas clypeata
WigeonAnas penelope

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Articles 4, 5, 6(4), 16(2) and 28.

SCHEDULE 2N.I.BIRDS WHICH MAY BE KILLED OR TAKEN

PART IN.I.OUTSIDE THE CLOSE SEASON

Common nameScientific name
F7. . . F7. . .
[F8Duck, Ruddy][F8Oxyura jamaicensis]
Duck, TuftedAythya fuligula
GadwallAnas strepera
GoldeneyeBucephala clangula
[F9Goose, Canada][F9Branta Canadensis]
Goose, Grey‐lagAnser anser
Goose, Pink-footedAnser brachyrhynchus
MallardAnas platyrhynchos
PintailAnas acuta
Plover, GoldenPluvialis apricaria
PochardAythya ferina
ScaupAythya marila
ShovelerAnas clypeata
TealAnas crecca
WigeonAnas penelope
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F9SR 1987/403

N.I.

Part II rep. by 1995 NI 6

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Articles 7(2) and 28.

SCHEDULE 3N.I.BIRDS WHICH MAY BE SOLD DEAD AT ALL TIMES

Common nameScientific name
Wood pigeonColumba palumbus

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Articles 8 and 28.

SCHEDULE 4N.I.BIRDS WHICH MAY BE SHOWN FOR COMPETITIVE PURPOSES

Common nameScientific name
[F10Blackbird] [F10Turdus merula]
BramblingFringilla montifringilla
BullfinchPyrrhula pyrrhula
Bunting, ReedEmberiza schoeniclus
ChaffinchFringilla coelebs
[F10Crossbill (all species)] [F10Loxia (all species)]
[F10Dunnock] [F10Prunella modularis]
GoldfinchCarduelis carduelis
GreenfinchCarduelis chloris
[F10Hawfinch] [F10Coccothraustes coccothraustes]
JackdawCorvus monedula
JayGarrulus glandarius
LinnetCarduelis cannabina
MagpiePica pica
RedpollCarduelis flammea
[F10Redstart] [F10Phoenicurus phoenicurus]
SiskinCarduelis spinus
StarlingSturnus vulgaris
[F10Stonechat] [F10Saxicola torquata]
[F10Thrush, Mistle] [F10Turdus viscivorus]
[F10Thrush, Song] [F10Turdus philomelos]
[F10Tit, Blue] [F10Cyanistes caeruleus]
[F10Tit, Coal] [F10Periparus ater]
[F10Tit, Great] [F10Parus major]
[F10Tit, Long tailed] [F10Aegithalos caudatus]
[F10Tit, Marsh] [F10Poecile palustris]
TwiteCarduelis flavirostris
[F10Wagtail, Pied] [F10Motacilla alba yarrelli]
[F10Wagtail, Yellow] [F10Motacilla flava]
[F10Waxwing] [F10Bombycilla garrulus]
YellowhammerEmberiza citrinella
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F10Sch. 4: 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. 4(2); S.R. 2011/285, art. 2, Sch.

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Articles 10, 11 and 28.

SCHEDULE 5N.I.ANIMALS WHICH ARE PROTECTED AT ALL TIMES

Common nameScientific name
BadgerMeles meles
F11. . . F11. . .
Butterfly, BrimstoneGonepteryx rhamni
Butterfly, Dingy SkipperErynnis tages
Butterfly, Holly BlueCelastrina argiolus
Butterfly, Large HeathCoenonympha tullia
Butterfly, Marsh FritillaryEuphydryas aurinia
Butterfly, Purple HairstreakQuercusia quercus
[F12Butterfly, Real's Wood White][F12 Leptidea reali]
Butterfly, Small BlueCupido minimus
F13. . . F13. . .
[F12 Crayfish, White-Clawed][F12 Austropotamobius pallipes]
[F12 Damselfly, Irish][F12 Coenagrion lunulatum]
Lizard, Common or ViviparousLacerta vivipara
[F12 Lobster, Spiny][F12 Palinurus elaphus]
Marten, PineMartes martes
[F12 Mussel, Fan][F12 Atrina fragilis]
[F14Mussel, Freshwater][F15Margaritifera margaritifera]
Newt, CommonTriturus vulgaris
F16. . . F16. . .
[F12Seahorse, Short Snouted][F12 Hippocampus hippocampus]
[F12 Seahorse, Spiny][F12 Hippocampus guttulatus]
Seal, CommonPhoca vitulina
Seal, GreyHalichoerus grypus
[F12Shark, Angel (in respect of Article 10(1) only and with respect to coastal waters only)][F12 Squatina squatina]
[F12 Shark, Basking][F12 Cetorhinus maximus]
[F12 Skate, Common (in respect of Article 10(1) only and with respect to coastal waters only)][F12Dipturus batis]
Squirrel, RedSciurus vulgaris
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F12Sch. 5: 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. 5(2); S.R. 2011/285, art. 2, Sch.

F13Sch. 5: entry relating to "Cetaceans (all species)" deleted (21.8.2007) by virtue of Conservation (Natural Habitats, etc.) (Amendment) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2007 (S.R. 2007/345), reg. 38(a)

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 is to be taken into account.[F17 Note 2. In this Schedule “coastal waters” means the part of the territorial waters adjacent to Northern Ireland which is not more than 6 nautical miles from the baselines from which the breadth of those waters is measured; and “nautical mile” means an international nautical mile of 1,872 metres.]

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Articles 12 and 28.

SCHEDULE 6N.I.ANIMALS WHICH MAY NOT BE KILLED OR TAKEN BY CERTAIN METHODS

Common nameScientific name
BadgerMeles meles
Bats (all species)Chiroptera (all species)
[F18Crayfish, White-Clawed] [F18Austropotamobius pallipes]
Deer, FallowDama dama
Deer, RedCervus elaphus
Deer, SikaCervus nippon
Hare, BrownLepus europaeus
Hare, IrishLepus timidus
HedgehogErinaceus europaeus
Lizard, Common or ViviparousLacerta vivipara
[F18 Lobster, Spiny] [F18Palinurus elaphus]
Marten, PineMartes martes
[F18Mussel, Fan] [F18Atrina fragilis]
Newt, CommonTriturus vulgaris
Otter, CommonLutra lutra
[F18 Seahorse, Short Snouted] [F18Hippocampus hippocampus]
[F18 Seahorse, Spiny] [F18Hippocampus guttulatus]
Seal, CommonPhoca vitulina
Seal, GreyHalichoerus grypus
[F18Shark, Basking ] [F18Cetorhinus maximus ]
[F18Shrew, Pygmy] [F18 Sorexminutus]
Squirrel, RedSciurus vulgaris
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F18Sch. 6: 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. 6(2); S.R. 2011/285, art. 2, Sch.

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Articles 13 and 28.

SCHEDULE 7N.I.ANIMALS WHICH MAY NOT BE SOLD ALIVE OR DEAD AT ANY TIME

Common nameScientific name
BadgerMeles meles
F19. . . F19. . .
Butterfly, BrimstoneGonepteryx rhamni
Butterfly, Dingy SkipperErynnis tages
Butterfly, Holly BlueCelastrina argiolus
Butterfly, Large HeathCoenonympha tullia
Butterfly, Marsh FritillaryEuphydryas aurinia
Butterfly, Purple HairstreakQuercusia quercus
[F20Butterfly, Real's Wood White] [F20Leptidea reali]
Butterfly, Small BlueCupido minimus
[F20Crayfish, White-Clawed ] [F20Austropotamobius pallipes]
[F20Damselfly, Irish ] [F20Coenagrion lunulatum ]
F21. . . F21. . .
Frog, CommonRana temporaria
HedgehogErinaceus europaeus
Lizard, Common or ViviparousLacerta vivipara
[F20 Lobster, Spiny] [F20Palinurus elaphus]
Marten, PineMartes martes
[F20Mussel, Fan] [F20Atrina fragilis ]
Mussel, FreshwaterMargaretifera margaretifera
Newt, CommonTriturus vulgaris
F22. . . F22. . .
[F20Seahorse, Short Snouted] [F20Hippocampus hippocampus ]
[F20Seahorse, Spiny] [F20Hippocampus guttulatus]
Seal, CommonPhoca vitulina
Seal, GreyHalichoerus grypus
Sea-urchin, CommonEchinus esculentus
[F20 Shark, Basking] [F20 Cetorhinus maximus]
Squirrel, RedSciurus vulgaris
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F20Sch. 7: 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. 7(2); S.R. 2011/285, art. 2, Sch.

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Articles 14 and 28.

SCHEDULE 8N.I.PLANTS WHICH ARE PROTECTED

PART IN.I.PLANTS WHICH ARE PROTECTED UNDER ARTICLE 14(1)(a) AND (2)

Common nameScientific name
Avens, MountainDryas octopetala
F23. . . F23. . .
[F24Beak-sedge, Brown] [F24Rhynchospora fusca]
F25. . . F25. . .
[F24Birds-foot] [F24Ornithopus perpusillus]
[F24Bristle-moss, Spruce's] [F24Orthotrichum sprucei]
Broomrape, IvyOrobanche hederae
Buckthorn, AlderFrangula alnus
Bugle, PyramidalAjuga pyramidalis
[F24Burnet, Great] [F24Sanguisorba officinalis]
Campion, MossSilene acaulis
Cat's‐ear, SmoothHypochoeris glabra
Centaury, SeasideCentaurium littorale
CloudberryRubus chamaemorus
[F24Clubmoss, Alpine] [F24Diphasiastrum alpinum]
[F24Clubmoss, Marsh] [F24Lycopodiella inundata]
F26. . . F26. . .
[F24Clubmoss, Stag's Horn] [F24Lycopodium clavatum]
CowslipPrimula veris
Cow‐wheat, WoodMelampyrum sylvaticum
[F24Cranesbill, Meadow] [F24Geranium pratense]
Cranesbill, WoodGeranium sylvaticum
Cress, Shepherd'sTeesdalia nudicaulis
Crowfoot, WaterRanunculus fluitans
[F24Dodder] [F24Cuscuta epithymum]
[F24Feather-moss, Elegant] [F24Eurhynchiastrum pulchellum]
Fern, HollyPolystichum lonchitis
F27. . . F27. . .
Fern, OakGymnocarpium dryopteris
[F24Fern, Parsley] [F24Cryptogramma crispa]
[F24Figwort, Green] [F24Scrophularia umbrosa]
Fleabane, BlueErigeron acer
[F24Gentian, Autumn] [F24Gentianella amarella]
Globe‐flowerTrollius europaeus
Grass, Blue‐eyedSisyrinchium bermudiana
Grass, HolyHierochloe odorata
Heath, CornishErica vagans
Helleborine, Green‐floweredEpipactis phyllanthes
Helleborine, MarshEpipactis palustris
[F24Henbane] [F24Hyoscyamus niger]
[F24Hornwort, Soft] [F24Ceratophyllum submersum]
[F24Jelly-lichen, River] [F24Collema dichotomum]
[F24Juniper] [F24Juniperus communis]
[F24Lichen] [F24Enterographa elaborata]
[F24Lichen] [F24Lobaria virens]
[F24Meadow-rue, Alpine] [F24Thalictrum alpinum]
Moschatel, or Town Hall ClockAdoxa moschatellina
MudwortLimosella aquatica
[F24Notchwort, Ragged] [F24Leiocolea heterocolpos]
Orchid, BeeOphrys apifera
F28. . . F28. . .
Orchid, BogHammarbya paludosa
[F24Orchid, Dense-flowered] [F24Neotinea maculata]
Orchid, Green‐wingedOrchis morio
Orchid, Irish Lady's TressesSpiranthes romanzoffiana
[F24Orchid, Lapland Marsh] [F24Dactylorhiza lapponica]
F29. . . F29. . .
[F24Orchid, Narrow-leaved Marsh] [F24Dactylorhiza traunsteineri]
Orchid, Small whitePseudorchis albida
Oyster‐plantMertensia maritima
F30. . . F30. . .
PennyroyalMentha pulegium
[F24Petalwort] [F24Petalophyllum ralfsii]
F31. . . F31. . .
Rosemary, BogAndromeda polifolia
Saw‐wort, MountainSaussurea alpina
Saxifrage, PurpleSaxifraga oppositifolia
F32. . . F32. . .
Saxifrage, Yellow MountainSaxifraga aizoides
[F24Sea-kale] [F24Crambe maritima]
Sea‐lavender, RockLimonium binervosum
Sedge, Broad‐leaved MudCarex magellanica
Sedge, Few‐floweredCarex pauciflora
[F24Sedge, Stiff] [F24Carex bigelowii]
Small‐reed, NorthernCalamagrostis stricta
[F24Small-reed, Wood] [F24Calamagrostis epigejos]
Spike‐rushEleocharis parvula
[F24St John's Wort, Hairy] [F24Hypericum hirsutum]
F33. . . F33. . .
[F24Thistle, Melancholy] [F24Cirsium heterophyllum]
[F24Thread-moss, Slender] [F24Orthodontium gracile]
[F24Vetch, Wood Bitter] [F24Vicia orobus]
Violet, FenViola persicifolia
Violet, WaterHottonia palustris
F34. . . F34. . .
Wintergreen, SerratedRamischia secunda
[F24Wormwood, Sea] [F24Seriphidium maritimum]
Yellow Bird's‐nestMonotropa hypopitys
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F24Sch. 8 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. 8(2); S.R. 2011/285, art. 2, Sch.

F29Sch. 8 Pt. I: entry relating to "Orchid, Narrow-leaved Marsh" omitted (17.8.2011) by virtue of Wildlife and Natural Environment Act (Northern Ireland) 2011 (c. 15), ss. 27, 40(1), Sch. 1 para. 8(3); S.R. 2011/285, art. 2, Sch.

F32Sch. 8: entry relating to "Saxifrage, Yellow Marsh" deleted (21.8.2007) by virtue of Conservation (Natural Habitats, etc.) (Amendment) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2007 (S.R. 2007/345), reg. 40

F34Sch. 8 Pt. I: entry relating to "Waterwort, Eight-stamened" omitted (17.8.2011) by virtue of Wildlife and Natural Environment Act (Northern Ireland) 2011 (c. 15), ss. 27, 40(1), Sch. 1 para. 8(3); S.R. 2011/285, art. 2, Sch.

PART IIN.I.PLANTS WHICH ARE PROTECTED UNDER ARTICLE 14(1)(b) AND (2)

[F35Bluebell] [F35Hyacinthoides non-scripta]
PrimrosePrimula vulgaris
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Articles 15 and 28.

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

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

Common nameScientific name
[F36Amphipod, Freshwater] [F36Crangonyx pseudogracilis]
[F36 Crayfish, Signal] [F36Pacifastacus leniusculus]
[F36Crayfish, Narrow-clawed] [F36 Astacus leptodactylus]
[F36Crayfish, Noble ] [F36 Astacus astacus]
[F36Crayfish, Spiny-cheek] [F36 Orconectes limosus]
[F36Crayfish, Marbled] [F36 Procambarus sp.]
[F36 Deer, Chinese water] [F36 Hydropotes inermis]
[F36 Deer, Muntjac] [F36Muntiacus reevesi]
[F36 Deer, Roe] [F36Capreolus capreolus ]
F37. . . F37. . .
[F36Duck, Mandarin] [F36Aix galericulata]
Duck, RuddyOxyura jamaicensis
Goose, BarnacleBranta leucopsis
Goose, CanadaBranta canadensis
F38. . . F38. . .
[F36Hare, Brown] [F36Lepus europaeus]
[F36Hedgehog (with respect to islands in territorial waters only)] [F36Erinaceus europaeus ]
[F36Fox (with respect to islands in territorial waters only)] [F36 Vulpes vulpes]
[F36Limpet, Slipper] [F36Crepidula fornicata]
Mink, AmericanMustela vison
[F36Mussel, Zebra ] [F36Dreissena polymorpha]
F39. . . F39. . .
[F36Rat, Common Brown (with respect to islands in territorial waters only)] [F36 Rattus norvegicus]
Rat, BlackRattus rattus
[F36Sea squirt ] [F36Didemnum vexillum ]
[F36Sea squirt, Club ] [F36Styela clava]
[F36Shrimp, Freshwater] [F36Gammarus pulex ]
[F36Shrimp, Freshwater] [F36Gammarus tigrinus]
[F36Shrimp, Japanese skeleton] [F36Caprella mutica]
Squirrel, GreySciurus carolinensis
[F36 Stoat, Irish (with respect to islands in territorial waters only)] [F36Mustela erminea hibernicus]
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F36Sch. 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

[F40 Balsam, Himalayan] [F40Impatiens glandulifera.]
[F40Bluebell, Spanish] [F40Hyacinthoides hispanica ]
[F40Cabbage, Skunk] [F40Lysichiton americanum ]
[F40Eelgrass, Dwarf] [F40Zostera japonica]
[F40 Fanwort] [F40Cabomba caroliniana]
[F40 Fig, Hottentot] [F40 Carpobrotus edulis]
Hogweed, GiantHeracleum mantegazzianum
[F40Honeysuckle, Japanese] [F40Lonicera japonica]
Kelp, GiantMacrocystis pyrifera
[F40Kelp, Japanese] [F40Undaria pinnatifida]
F41. . . F41. . .
[F40 Knotweed, Giant] [F40Fallopia sachalinensis]
[F40Knotweed, Himalayan] [F40Polygonum wallichii]
[F40Knotweed, Japanese] [F40Fallopia japonica]
F42. . . F42. . .
[F40Leek, Few-flowered ] [F40 Allium paradoxum]
[F40 Mile-A-Minute Weed] [F40Polygonum perfoliatum ]
[F40Parrot's Feather ] [F40Myriophyllum aquaticum]
[F40Pennywort, Floating] [F40Hydrocotyle ranunculoides ]
Pirri‐pirri BurAcaena (all species)
[F40Reed, Giant] [F40Arundo donax ]
[F40Rhubarb, Giant ] [F40Gunnera tinctoria]
[F40 Salmonberry] [F40Rubus spectabilis]
[F40Salvinia, Giant] [F40Salvinia molesta ]
[F40Sea-buckthorn] [F40Hippophae rhamnoides]
Seaweed, JapaneseSargassum muticum
Spartina or Cord‐grassSpartina (all species)
[F40Stonecrop, Australian swamp] [F40 Crassula helmsii]
[F40Water Chestnut] [F40Trapa natans]
[F40 Water Fern] [F40Azolla filiculoides]
[F40Water Lettuce] [F40Pistia stratiotes]
[F40Water Primrose] [F40Ludwigia]
[F40Water Soldier] [F40Stratiotes aloides]
[F40Waterlily, Fringed] [F40Nymphoides peltata]
[F40Waterweeds (all species)] [F40Elodea (all species)]
[F40Waterweed, Curly] [F40Lagarosiphon major]
[F40Waterweed, Large flowered] [F40Egeria densa]
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F40Sch. 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.[F43 Note 2. In this Schedule “territorial waters” means the territorial waters adjacent to Northern Ireland.]

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Articles 19(1) and (5), 23(3) and 28.

SCHEDULE 10N.I.CLOSE SEASONS FOR DEER

FALLOW DEER (Dama dama)

Buck:1st May to 31st July inclusive.
Doe:[F441st April] to 31st October inclusive.
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RED DEER (Cervus elaphus)

Stags:1st May to 31st July inclusive.
Hinds:[F451st April] to 31st October inclusive.
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SIKA DEER (Cervus nippon)

Stags:1st May to 31st July inclusive.
Hinds:[F461st April] to 31st October inclusive.
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[In this Schedule any reference to a species of deer includes a hybrid of that species.]

Articles 19(3) and 28.

SCHEDULE 11N.I.PROHIBITED FIREARMS AND AMMUNITION

FirearmsN.I.

1.  Any smooth bore gun.N.I.

2.  Any rifle having a calibre of less than .236 inches (6 millimetres).N.I.

3.  Any pistol, revolver or other type of handgun other than a slaughtering instrument (within the meaning of Article 2(2) of the Firearms (Northern Ireland) Order[F47 2004]).N.I.

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4.  Any air gun, air rifle or air pistol.N.I.

5.  Any weapon which discharges a missile by means of a gas propellant.N.I.

AmmunitionN.I.

6.  Any cartridge for use in a smooth bore gun.N.I.

7.  Any cartridge or load for use in a rifle other than a cartridge or load so designed that, when fired in a rifle, the bullet discharged has a muzzle energy of not less than 1,700 foot pounds (2,305 joules).N.I.

8.  Any bullet for use in a rifle other than—N.I.

(a)a bullet weighing not less than 100 grains (6.48 grammes);

(b)an expanding bullet designed to deform in a predictable manner and thereby increase its effective diameter upon entering tissue.

N.I.

Schedule 12—Amendments

N.I.

Schedule 13—Repeals

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