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Sections 9, 10, 22 and 24.

F1SCHEDULE 5E+W Animals which are Protected

Extent Information

E1This version of this provision extends to England and Wales only; a separate version has been created for Scotland only

Textual Amendments

F1 By S.I. 1988/288 , art. 2(2) it is provided that all Dolphins (Cetacea) and all Porpoises (Cetacea) not already listed in Schedule 5 are added to that Schedule and by S.I. 2007/1843 , reg. 7(7)(g) it is provided that said Dolphins (all species) and Porpoises (all species) are omitted (E.W.) (21.8.2007)

Common nameScientific name
[F2Adder (in respect of section 9(5) only)][F2Vipera berus]
[F3Allis Shad (in respect of section 9(1) and (4)(a) only)][F3Alosa alosa]
[F4Anemone, Ivell’s Sea][F4Edwardsia ivelli]
[F4Anemone, Startlet Sea][F4Nematosella vectensis]
[F4Apus][F4Triops cancriformis]
Bats, Horseshoe (all species [F5but in respect of section 9(4)(b) and (c) and (5) only])Rhinolophidae
Bats, Typical (all species [F6but in respect of section 9(4)(b) and (c) and (5) only])Vespertilionidae
[F7Beetle] [F7Graphoderus zonatus]
[F7Beetle] [F7Hypebaeus flavipes]
[F7Beetle] [F7Paracymus aeneus]
[F7Beetle, Lesser Silver Water] [F7Hydrochara caraboides]
[F7Beetle, Mire Pill (in respect of section 9(4)(a) only)] [F7Curimopsis nigrita]
Beetle, Rainbow LeafChrysolina cerealis
[F8Beetle, Stag (in respect of section 9(5) only)][F8Lucanus cervus]
[F4Beetle, Violet Click][F4Limoniscus violaceus]
BurbotLota lota
. . . F9 . . . F9
[F10Butterfly, Northern Brown Argus][F10Aricia artaxerxes]
[F10Butterfly, Adonis Blue][F10Lysandra bellargus]
[F10Butterfly, Chalkhill Blue][F10Lysandra coridon]
[F10Butterfly, Silver-studded Blue][F10Plebejus argus]
[F10Butterfly, Small Blue][F10Cupido minimus]
[F3Butterfly, Large Copper][F3Lycaena dispar]
[F10Butterfly, Purple Emperor][F10Apatura iris]
[F10Butterfly, Duke of Burgandy Fritillary][F10Hamearis lucina]
[F10Butterfly, Glanville Fritillary][F10Melitaea cinxia]
Butterfly, Heath FritillaryMellicta athalia (otherwise known as Melitaea athalia)
[F11Butterfly, High Brown Fritillary][F11Argynnis adippe]
[F3Butterfly, Marsh Fritillary][F3Eurodryas aurinia]
[F10Butterfly, Pearl-bordered Fritillary][F10Boloria euphrosyne]
[F10Butterfly, Black Hairstreak][F10Strymonidia pruni]
[F10Butterfly, Brown Hairstreak][F10Thecla betulae]
[F10Butterfly, White Letter Hairstreak][F10Stymonida w-album]
[F10Butterfly, Large Heath][F10Coenonympha tullia]
Butterfly, Large Blue[F12 (in respect of section 9(4)(b) and (c) and (5) only)]Maculinea arion
[F10Butterfly, Mountain Ringlet][F10Erebia epiphron]
. . . F9 . . . F9
[F10Butterfly, Chequered Skipper][F10Carterocephalus palaemon]
[F10Butterfly, Lulworth Skipper][F10Thymelicus acteon]
[F10Butterfly, Silver Spotted Skipper][F10Hesperia comma]
Butterfly, SwallowtailPapilio machaon
[F10Butterfly, Large tortoiseshell][F10Nymphalis polychloros]
[F10Butterfly, Wood White][F10Leptidea sinapis]
[F4Cat, Wild][F12 (in respect of section 9(4)(b) and (c) and (5) only)][F4Felis silverstris]
[F4Cicada, New Forest][F4Cicadetta montana]
[F13Crayfish, Atlantic Stream][F13Austropotamobius pallipes]
Cricket, FieldGryllus campestris
Cricket, MoleGryllotalpa gryllotalpa
[F8Dameselfly, Southern][F8Coenagrion mercuriale]
F14. . . F14. . .
F14. . . F14. . .
[F15“Dolphins (all species but in respect of section 9(4A) and (5) only)Cetacea”]
[F4Dormouse][F12 (in respect of section 9(4)(b) and (c) and (5) only)][F4Muscardinus avellanarius]
Dragonfly, Norfolk AeshnaAeshna isosceles
Frog, Common (in respect of section 9(5) only)Rana temporaria
[F16Frog, Pool (Northern Clade) (in respect of section 9(4)(b) and (c)(1) only and with respect to England only)][F16Pelophylax lessonae]
[F8Goby, Couch’s][F8Gobius couchii]
[F8Goby, Giant][F8Gobius cobitis]
Grasshopper, Wart-biterDecticus verrucivorus
[F7Hatchet Shell, Northern] [F7Thyasira gouldi]
[F8Hydroid, Marine][F8Clavopsella navis]
F17. . .F17. . .
[F7Lagoon Snail, De Folin’s] [F7Caecum armoricum]
[F7Lagoon Worm, Tentacled [F18(in respect of section 9(4)(a) only)]] [F7Alkmaria romijni]
[F4Leech, Medicinal][F4Hirudo medicinalis]
Lizard, Sand[F12 (in respect of section 9(4)(b) and (c) and (5) only)]Lacerta agilis
[F19Lizard, Viviparous (in respect of section 9(5) only)][F19Lacerta vivipara]
[F4Marten, Pine][F4Martes martes]
[F4Mat. Trembling Sea][F4Victorella pavida]
Moth, Barberry CarpetPareulype berberata
Moth, Black-veinedSiona lineata (otherwise known as Idaea lineata)
F17. . .F17. . .
[F8Moth, Fiery Clearwing][F8Bembecia chrysidiformis]
[F8Moth, Fisher’s Estuarine][F20(in respect of section 9(4)(b) and (c) and (5) only)][F8Gortyna borelii]
Moth, New Forest BurnetZygaena viciae
Moth, Reddish BuffAcosmetia caliginosa
[F16Moth, Slender Scotch Burnet (in respect of section 9(5) only)][F16Zygaena loti subspecies scotica]
[F7Moth, Sussex Emerald] [F7Thalera fimbrialis]
[F16Moth, Talisker Burnet (in respect of section 9(5) only)][F16Zygaena lonicerae subspecies jocelynae]
F21. . .F21. . .
[F8Mussel, Fan (in respect of section 9(1), (2) and (5) only)][F8Atrina fragilis]
[F22Mussel, Freshwater Pearl][F22Margaritifera margaritifera]
[F23Newt, Great Crested or Warty (in respect of section 9(4)(b) and (c) and (5) only)]Triturus cristatus
Newt, Palmate (in respect of section 9(5) only)Triturus helveticus
Newt, Smooth (in respect of section 9(5) only)Triturus vulgaris
Otter, Common[F12 (in respect of section 9(4)(b) and (c) and (5) only)]Lutra lutra
F14. . . F14. . .
[F24“Porpoises (all species but in respect of section 9(5) only)Cetacea”]
[F4Sandworm, Lagoon][F4Armandia cirrhosa]
[F7Sea Fan, Pink (in respect of section 9(1), 9(2) and 9(5) only] [F7Eunicella verrucosa]
[F25Seahorse, Short Snouted (with respect to England [F26and Wales]only)][F25Hippocampus hippocampus]
[F25Seahorse, Spiny (with respect to England [F27and Wales]only)][F25Hippocampus guttulatus]
[F7Sea Slug, Lagoon] [F7Tenellia adspersa]
[F8Shad, Twaite (in respect of [F28section 9(1) and (4)(a)]only)][F8Alosa fallax]
[F25Shark, Angel [F29(in respect of section 9(1), (2) and (5) only)]][F25Squatina squatina]
[F8Shark, Basking][F8Cetorhinus maximus]
[F4Shrimp, Fairy][F4Chirocephalus diaphanus]
[F4Shrimp, Lagoon Sand [F30(in respect of section 9(4)(a) only)]][F4Gammarus insensiblis]
[F16Skate, White (in respect of section 9(1), (2) and (5) only)][F16Rostroraja alba]
[F19Slow-worm (in respect of section 9(5) only)][F19Anguis fragilis]
F9. . .F9 . . .
Snail, GlutinousMyxas glutinosa
[F25Snail, Roman (in respect of section 9(1), (2) and (5) only and with respect to England [F31and Wales]only)][F25Helix pomatia]
Snail, SandbowlCatinella arenaria
[F19Snake, Grass (in respect of section 9(5) only)][F19Natrix helvetica (also known as Natrix natrix)]
Snake, Smooth[F12 (in respect of section 9(4)(b) and (c) and (5) only)]Coronella austriaca
Spider, Fen RaftDolomedes plantarius
Spider, LadybirdEresus niger
Squirrel, RedSciurus vulgaris
[F7Sturgeon][F12 (in respect of section 9(4)(b) and (c) and (5) only)] [F7Acipenser sturio]
Toad, Common (in respect of section 9(5) only)Bufo bufo
Toad, Natterjack[F12 (in respect of section 9(4)(b) and (c) and (5) only)]Bufo calamita
[F32“Turtle, FlatbackNatator depressus”]
[F33Turtle, Green Sea (in respect of section 9(4)(b) and (c) and (5) only)Chelonia mydas]
[F34Turtle, Hawksbill (in respect of section 9(4)(b) and (c) and (5) only)Eretmochelys imbricata]
[F35Turtle, Kemp's Ridley Sea (in respect of section 9(4)(b) and (c) and (5) only)Lepidochelys kempii]
[F36Turtle, Leatherback Sea (in respect of section 9(4)(b) and (c) and (5) only)Dermochelys coriacea]
[F37Turtle, Loggerhead Sea (in respect of section 9(4)(b) and (c) and (5) only)Caretta caretta]
[F38Turtle, Olive RidleyLepidochelys olivacea]
F39. . . F39. . .
[F4Vendace][F4Coregonus albula]
[F8Vole, Water F40. . . ][F8Arvicola terrestris]
[F4Walrus][F4Odebenus rosmarus]
[F4Whale (all species)][F41 but in respect of section 9(4A) and (5) only][F4Cetacea]
[F4Whitefish][F4Coregonus lavaretus]

Textual Amendments

F2 By virtue of S.I. 1991/367 , art. 2(1) entry is further listed in respect of section 9(1) so far as it relates to killing and injuring

F3 By virtue of S.I. 1998/878 , art. 2(2) entries in Sch. 5 added (16.4.1998) in substitution for the existing entries

F4 Entry added as provided by S.I. 1988/288 , art. 2(1)

F7 Entries in Sch. 5 added (29.10.1992) by S.I. 1992/2350 , art. 2(1)

F8 Entries in Sch. 5 added (16.4.1998) by S.I. 1998/878 , art. 2(1)

F9 Entry removed from Schedule as provided by S.I. 1988/288 , art. 2(5)

F10 Entry added (in respect of s. 9(5) only) by S.I. 1989/906 , art. 2

F11 Entries in Sch. 5 substituted (29.10.1992) by S.I. 1992/2350 , art. 2(2)

F13 Entry added (only in respect of s. 9(1) so far as it relates to taking and in respect of s. 9(5)) by S.I. 1988/288 , art. 2(3)

F14 Sch. 5 : entries relating to dolphins or porpoises omitted (21.7.2007) by virtue of The Conservation (Natural Habitats &c. ) (Amendment) Regulations 2007 (S.I. 2007/1843) , art. 7(7)(g)

F19 By S. I. 1988/288 , art. 2(4) entry (which is already listed in respect of section 9(5) only) is further listed in respect of s. 9(1) so far as it relates to killing and injuring

F21 Entry in Sch. 5 (which was added as provided by S.I. 1988/288 , art. 2(1) ) removed (16.4.1998) by S.I. 1998/878 , art. 2(3)

F22 By virtue of S.I. 1998/878 , art. 2(2) entry in Sch. 5 added (27.3.1998) in substitution for the existing entry

F24 Sch. 5 : entry added (E.W.) (21.8.2007) by The Conservation (Natural Habitats, &c.) (Amendment) Regulations 2007 (S.I. 2007/1843) {reg. 7(7)(h)}

F26 Sch. 5 : words in entry relating to "Seahorse, Short Snouted" inserted (E.W.) (12.8.2008) by The Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981 (Variation of Schedule 5) (Wales) Order 2008 (S.I. 2008/1927) , art. 2(a)

F27 Sch. 5 : words in entry relating to "Seahorse, Spiny" inserted (E.W.) (12.8.2008) by The Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981 (Variation of Schedule 5) (Wales) Order 2008 (S.I. 2008/1927) , art. 2(b)

F31 Sch. 5 : words in entry relating to "Snail, Roman" inserted (E.W.) (12.8.2008) by The Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981 (Variation of Schedule 5) (Wales) Order 2008 (S.I. 2008/1927) , art. 2(d)

F32 Sch. 5 : entry added (E.W.) (21.8.2007) by The Conservation (Natural Habitats, &c.) (Amendment) Regulations 2007 (S.I. 2007/1843) {reg. 7(7)(h)}

F33 Sch. 5 : entry added (E.W.) (21.8.2007) by The Conservation (Natural Habitats, &c.) (Amendment) Regulations 2007 (S.I. 2007/1843) {reg. 7(7)(h)}

F34 Sch. 5 : entry added (E.W.) (21.8.2007) by The Conservation (Natural Habitats, &c.) (Amendment) Regulations 2007 (S.I. 2007/1843) {reg. 7(7)(h)}

F35 Sch. 5 : entry added (E.W.) (21.8.2007) by The Conservation (Natural Habitats, &c.) (Amendment) Regulations 2007 (S.I. 2007/1843) {reg. 7(7)(h)}

F36 Sch. 5 : entry added (E.W.) (21.8.2007) by The Conservation (Natural Habitats, &c.) (Amendment) Regulations 2007 (S.I. 2007/1843) {reg. 7(7)(h)}

F37 Sch. 5 : entry added (E.W.) (21.8.2007) by The Conservation (Natural Habitats, &c.) (Amendment) Regulations 2007 (S.I. 2007/1843) {reg. 7(7)(h)}

F38 Sch. 5 : entry added (E.W.) (21.8.2007) by The Conservation (Natural Habitats, &c.) (Amendment) Regulations 2007 (S.I. 2007/1843) {reg. 7(7)(h)}

F39 Sch. 5 : entry of “Turtles, Marine (all species)” and “Dermochelyidae and Cheloniidae” omitted (E.W.) (21.8.2007) by virtue of The Conservation (Natural Habitats, &c.) (Amendment) Regulations 2007 (S.I. 2007/1843) , reg. 7(7)(e)

F40 Sch. 5 : words in entry relating to "Vole, Water" omitted (E.W.) (12.8.2008) by virtue of The Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981 (Variation of Schedule 5) (Wales) Order 2008 (S.I. 2008/1927) , art. 2(e)

Note. The common name or names given in the first column of this Schedule are included by way of guidance only; in the event of any dispute or proceedings, the common name or names shall not be taken into account.

[F42 NOTE 2. F43...]

Extent Information

E1This version of this provision extends to England and Wales only; a separate version has been created for Scotland only

Textual Amendments

F1 By S.I. 1988/288 , art. 2(2) it is provided that all Dolphins (Cetacea) and all Porpoises (Cetacea) not already listed in Schedule 5 are added to that Schedule and by S.I. 2007/1843 , reg. 7(7)(g) it is provided that said Dolphins (all species) and Porpoises (all species) are omitted (E.W.) (21.8.2007)

Sections 9, 10, 22 and 24.

SCHEDULE 5S Animals which are Protected [F44under Section 9]

Extent Information

E2This version of this provision extends to Scotland only; a separate version has been created for England and Wales only

Textual Amendments

Modifications etc. (not altering text)

C1 By S.I. 1988/288 , art. 2(2) it is provided that all Dolphins (Cetacea) and all Porpoises (Cetacea) not already listed in Schedule 5 are added to that Schedule and by S.S.I. 2007/80 , reg. 28 it is provided that said Dolphins (all species) and Porpoises (all species) are removed (S.) (15.2.2007)

Common nameScientific name
[F2Adder (in respect of section 9(5) only)][F2Vipera berus]
[F3Allis Shad (in respect of section 9(1) and (4)(a) only)][F3Alosa alosa]
[F4Anemone, Ivell’s Sea][F4Edwardsia ivelli]
[F4Anemone, Startlet Sea][F4Nematosella vectensis]
[F4Apus][F4Triops cancriformis]
F45. . .F45. . .
F45. . .F45. . .
[F7Beetle] [F7Graphoderus zonatus]
[F7Beetle] [F7Hypebaeus flavipes]
[F7Beetle] [F7Paracymus aeneus]
[F7Beetle, Lesser Silver Water][F7Hydrochara caraboides]
[F7Beetle, Mire Pill (in respect of section 9(4)(a) only)][F7Curimopsis nigrita]
Beetle, Rainbow LeafChrysolina cerealis
[F8Beetle, Stag (in respect of section 9(5) only)][F8Lucanus cervus]
[F4Beetle, Violet Click][F4Limoniscus violaceus]
BurbotLota lota
. . . F9 . . . F9
[F10Butterfly, Northern Brown Argus][F10Aricia artaxerxes]
[F10Butterfly, Adonis Blue][F10Lysandra bellargus]
[F10Butterfly, Chalkhill Blue][F10Lysandra coridon]
[F10Butterfly, Silver-studded Blue][F10Plebejus argus]
[F10Butterfly, Small Blue][F10Cupido minimus]
[F3Butterfly, Large Copper][F3Lycaena dispar]
[F10Butterfly, Purple Emperor][F10Apatura iris]
[F10Butterfly, Duke of Burgandy Fritillary][F10Hamearis lucina]
[F10Butterfly, Glanville Fritillary][F10Melitaea cinxia]
Butterfly, Heath FritillaryMellicta athalia (otherwise known as Melitaea athalia)
[F11Butterfly, High Brown Fritillary][F11Argynnis adippe]
[F3Butterfly, Marsh Fritillary][F3Eurodryas aurinia]
[F10Butterfly, Pearl-bordered Fritillary][F10Boloria euphrosyne]
[F10Butterfly, Black Hairstreak][F10Strymonidia pruni]
[F10Butterfly, Brown Hairstreak][F10Thecla betulae]
[F10Butterfly, White Letter Hairstreak][F10Stymonida w-album]
[F10Butterfly, Large Heath][F10Coenonympha tullia]
F45. . .F45. . .
[F10Butterfly, Mountain Ringlet][F10Erebia epiphron]
. . . F9 . . . F9
[F10Butterfly, Chequered Skipper][F10Carterocephalus palaemon]
[F10Butterfly, Lulworth Skipper][F10Thymelicus acteon]
[F10Butterfly, Silver Spotted Skipper][F10Hesperia comma]
Butterfly, SwallowtailPapilio machaon
[F10Butterfly, Large tortoiseshell][F10Nymphalis polychloros]
[F10Butterfly, Wood White][F10Leptidea sinapis]
F45. . .F45. . .
[F4Cicada, New Forest][F4Cicadetta montana]
[F13Crayfish, Atlantic Stream][F13Austropotamobius pallipes]
Cricket, FieldGryllus campestris
Cricket, MoleGryllotalpa gryllotalpa
[F8Dameselfly, Southern][F8Coenagrion mercuriale]
Dolphin, Bottle-nosedTursiops truncatus (otherwise known as Tursiops tursio)
Dolphin, CommonDelphinus delphis
F45. . .F45. . .
Dragonfly, Norfolk AeshnaAeshna isosceles
Frog, Common (in respect of section 9(5) only)Rana temporaria
[F8Goby, Couch’s][F8Gobius couchii]
[F8Goby, Giant][F8Gobius cobitis]
Grasshopper, Wart-biterDecticus verrucivorus
[F7Hatchet Shell, Northern][F7Thyasira gouldi]
[F8Hydroid, Marine][F8Clavopsella navis]
[F7Lagoon Snail][F7Paludinella littorina]
[F7Lagoon Snail, De Folin’s] [F7Caecum armoricum]
[F7Lagoon Worm, Tentacled][F7Alkmaria romijni]
[F4Leech, Medicinal][F4Hirudo medicinalis]
F45. . .F45. . .
[F19Lizard, Viviparous (in respect of section 9(5) only)][F19Lacerta vivipara]
[F4Marten, Pine][F4Martes martes]
[F4Mat. Trembling Sea][F4Victorella pavida]
Moth, Barberry CarpetPareulype berberata
Moth, Black-veinedSiona lineata (otherwise known as Idaea lineata)
Moth, Essex EmeraldThetidia smaragdaria
[F8Moth, Fiery Clearwing][F8Bembecia chrysidiformis]
[F8Moth, Fisher’s Estuarine][F8Gortyna borelii]
Moth, New Forest BurnetZygaena viciae
Moth, Reddish BuffAcosmetia caliginosa
[F7Moth, Sussex Emerald][F7Thalera fimbrialis]
F21. . .F21. . .
[F8Mussel, Fan (in respect of section 9(1), (2) and (5) only)][F8Atrina fragilis]
[F22Mussel, Freshwater Pearl][F22Margaritifera margaritifera]
F45. . .F45. . .
Newt, Palmate (in respect of section 9(5) only)Triturus helveticus
Newt, Smooth (in respect of section 9(5) only)Triturus vulgaris
F45. . .F45. . .
Porpoise, Harbour (otherwise known as Common porpoise)Phocaena phocaena
[F4Sandworm, Lagoon][F4Armandia cirrhosa]
[F7Sea Fan, Pink (in respect of section 9(1), 9(2) and 9(5) only][F7Eunicella verrucosa]
[F7Sea Slug, Lagoon][F7Tenellia adspersa]
[F8Shad, Twaite (in respect of section 9(4)(a) only)][F8Alosa fallax]
[F8Shark, Basking][F8Cetorhinus maximus]
[F4Shrimp, Fairy][F4Chirocephalus diaphanus]
[F4Shrimp, Lagoon Sand][F4Gammarus insensiblis]
[F19Slow-worm (in respect of section 9(5) only)][F19Anguis fragilis]
F9 . . .F9 . . .
Snail, GlutinousMyxas glutinosa
Snail, SandbowlCatinella arenaria
[F19Snake, Grass (in respect of section 9(5) only)][F19Natrix helvetica (also known as Natrix natrix)]
F45. . .F45. . .
Spider, Fen RaftDolomedes plantarius
Spider, LadybirdEresus niger
Squirrel, RedSciurus vulgaris
F45. . .F45. . .
Toad, Common (in respect of section 9(5) only)Bufo bufo
F45. . .F45. . .
F45. . .F45. . .
[F4Vendace][F4Coregonus albula]
[F8Vole, Water (in respect of section 9(4) only)][F8Arvicola terrestris]
[F4Walrus][F4Odebenus rosmarus]
F45. . .F45. . .
[F4Whitefish][F4Coregonus lavaretus]

Textual Amendments

F2 By virtue of S.I. 1991/367 , art. 2(1) entry is further listed in respect of section 9(1) so far as it relates to killing and injuring

F3 By virtue of S.I. 1998/878 , art. 2(2) entries in Sch. 5 added (16.4.1998) in substitution for the existing entries

F4 Entry added as provided by S.I. 1988/288 , art. 2(1)

F7 Entries in Sch. 5 added (29.10.1992) by S.I. 1992/2350 , art. 2(1)

F8 Entries in Sch. 5 added (16.4.1998) by S.I. 1998/878 , art. 2(1)

F9 Entry removed from Schedule as provided by S.I. 1988/288 , art. 2(5)

F10 Entry added (in respect of s. 9(5) only) by S.I. 1989/906 , art. 2

F11 Entries in Sch. 5 substituted (29.10.1992) by S.I. 1992/2350 , art. 2(2)

F13 Entry added (only in respect of s. 9(1) so far as it relates to taking and in respect of s. 9(5)) by S.I. 1988/288 , art. 2(3)

F19 By S. I. 1988/288 , art. 2(4) entry (which is already listed in respect of section 9(5) only) is further listed in respect of s. 9(1) so far as it relates to killing and injuring

F21 Entry in Sch. 5 (which was added as provided by S.I. 1988/288 , art. 2(1) ) removed (16.4.1998) by S.I. 1998/878 , art. 2(3)

F22 By virtue of S.I. 1998/878 , art. 2(2) entry in Sch. 5 added (27.3.1998) in substitution for the existing entry

Note. The common name or names given in the first column of this Schedule are included by way of guidance only; in the event of any dispute or proceedings, the common name or names shall not be taken into account.

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