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Fish Health Regulations (Northern Ireland) 1998

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Regulation 7(1)

SCHEDULE 2Zones in Northern Ireland — Live Fish, Eggs and Gametes

ItemZoneLive fish, eggs and gametes(a)Form of movement documentDiseases(a)
(1)(2)(3)(4)(5)
(a)

The common names of the fish referred to in this Schedule are as follows:

[Name][Common Name]
Salmonid sp.Salmonids
Thymallus thymallusGrayling
Coregonus sp.Whitefishes
Esox luciusPike
Scophthalmus maximusTurbot
Carassius auratusGold fish and all variants
Carassius carassiusCrucian Carp
Cyprinus carpioCommon carp and all variants such as mirror carp, leather carp, koi carp and hygoi carp
Ctenopharyngodon idellaGrass carp
Hypophthalmichthys molitrixSilver carp
Hypophthalmichthys nobilisBighead carp
Leuciscus idusOrfe
Rutilus rutilusRoach
Scardinius erythrophthalmusRudd
Siluris glanisWels Catfish
Tinca tincaTench
(b)

The full names of the diseases in column 5 are set out in Schedule1 except for—

(i)

GS which is Gyrodactylus salaris an external parasite of salmonids which ca cause the disease Gyrodactylosis; and

(ii)

SVC which is Spring Viraemia of Carp

1.Northern Ireland

Live farmed and wild fish and gametes of farmed and wild fish of the species—

  • Salmonid sp.

Form AIHN, VHS and GS
2.Northern Ireland

Eggs of farmed fish of the species —

  • Salmonid sp.

Form A or Form BIHN, VHS and GS
3.Northern Ireland

Eggs of wild fish of the species—

  • Salmonid sp.

Form AIHN, VHS and GS
4.Northern Ireland

Live farmed fish of the species—

  • Thymallus thymallus

  • Coregonus sp.

  • Scophthalmus maximus

Form A

Form E

VHS

IHN

5.Northern Ireland

Live wild fish of the species—

  • Thymallus thymallus

  • Coregonus sp.

  • Scophthalmus maximus

Form A

Form F

VHS

IHN

6.Northern Ireland

Eggs and gametes of farmed fish of the species—

  • Thymallus thymallus

  • Coregonus sp.

  • Scophthalmus maximus

Form A or Form B

Form E

VHS

IHN

7.Northern Ireland

Eggs and gametes of wild fish of the species—

  • Thymallus thymallus

  • Coregonus sp.

  • Scophthalmus maximus

Form A

Form F

VHS

IHN

8.Northern Ireland

Live farmed fish of the species—

  • Esox lucius

Form A

Form E

Form I

VHS

IHN

SVC

9.Northern Ireland

Live wild fish of the species—

  • Esox lucius

Form A

Form F

Form I

VHS

IHN

SVC

10.Northern Ireland

Eggs and gametes of farmed fish of the species—

  • Esox lucius

Form A or Form B

Form E

Form I

VHS

IHN

SVC

11.Northern Ireland

Eggs and gametes of wild fish of the species—

  • Esox lucius

Form A

Form F

Form I

VHS

IHN

SVC

12.Northern Ireland

Live farmed and wild fish of the species—

  • Esox lucius (fry only)

Form A

Form I

IHN and VHS

SVC

13.Northern Ireland

Live farmed fish, their eggs and gametes of the following species—

  • Carassius auratus

  • Carassius carassius

  • Cyprinus carpio

  • Ctenopharyngodon idella

  • Hypophthalmichthys molitrix

  • Hypophthalmichthys nobilis

  • Leuciscus idus

  • Rutilus rutilus

  • Scardinius erythrophtalmus

  • Siluris glanis

  • Tinca tinca

Form E

Form I

IHN and VHS

SVC

14.Northern Ireland

Live wild fish, their eggs and gametes of the following species—

  • Carassius auratus

  • Carassius carassius

  • Cyprinus carpio

  • Ctenopharyngodon idella

  • Hypophthalmichthys molitrix

  • Hypophthalmichthys nobilis

  • Leuciscus idus

  • Rutilus rutilus

  • Scardinius erythrophtalmus

  • Siluris glanis

  • Tinca tinca

Form F

Form I

IHN and VHS

SVC

15.Northern Ireland

Live farmed fish, their eggs and gametes other than—

(1)

fish of the following species—

  • Salmonid sp.

  • Thymallus thymallus

  • Coregonus sp.

  • Esox lucius (including fry)

  • Scophthalmus maximus

  • Carassius auratus

  • Carassius carassius

  • Cyprinus carpio

  • Ctenopharyngodon idella

  • Hypophthalmichthys molitrix

  • Hypophthalmichthys nobilis

  • Leuciscus idus

  • Rutilus rutilus

  • Scardinius erythrophtalmus

  • Siluris glanis

  • Tinca tinca

their eggs and gametes.

(2)

ornamental tropical fish kept permanently in aquaria

Form EIHN and VHS
16.Northern Ireland

Live wild fish, their eggs and gametes other than —

(1)

fish of the following species—

  • Salmonid sp.

  • Thymallus thymallus

  • Coregonus sp.

  • Esox lucius (including fry)

  • Scophthalmus maximus

  • Carassius auratus

  • Carassius carassius

  • Cyprinus carpio

  • Ctenopharyngodon idella

  • Hypophthalmichthys molitrix

  • Hypophthalmichthys nobilis

  • Leuciscus idus

  • Rutilus rutilus

  • Scardinius erythrophtalmus

  • Siluris glanis

  • Tinca tinca

their eggs and gametes.

(2)

ornamental tropical fish kept permanently in aquaria

Form FIHN and VHS

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