Comments on this assessment closed 15 November 2021. The text and documents below remain available for reference only.
Comment on Listing Assessments
Invitation to comment
You are invited to provide your views about:
- the eligibility of four species assessed by the Queensland Government using the Common Assessment Method for inclusion on the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 (EPBC Act) list of threatened species: [examples]
- Denhamia megacarpa (PDF - 1.11 MB) (a plant): List as Endangered
- Phebalium distans (PDF - 616.79 KB) (a plant): List as Endangered
- Androcalva perkinsiana (PDF - 624.25 KB) (a plant): List as Critically Endangered
- Ctenotus serotinus (PDF - 1.31 MB) (Gravel-downs Ctenotus): List as Critically Endangered
- the necessary conservation actions for the above species.
Anyone may nominate a native species, ecological community or key threatening process for listing, transfer to a new category, or deletion from the threatened species list under the EPBC Act. The Threatened Species Scientific Committee (the Committee) undertakes the assessment of species to determine eligibility for inclusion on the list of threatened species and provides its recommendation to the Australian Government Minister for the Environment.
How can I get involved?
Read the consultation document
Consultation Document on Listing Eligibility and Conservation Actions – four species endemic to Queensland (PDF - 150.38 KB)
Consultation Document on Listing Eligibility and Conservation Actions – four species endemic to Queensland (DOCX - 45.56 KB)
Send your comments
The views of experts, stakeholders and the general public are welcome. Responses can be provided by any interested person.
Responses are required to be submitted by 15 November 2021.
Responses are to be provided in writing either by email to: email@example.com
or by mail to:
Species Listing, Information and Policy Section
Biodiversity Conservation Division
Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment
PO Box 858
Canberra ACT 2601
Further, the Commonwealth, State and Territory governments have agreed to share threatened species assessment documentation (including comments) to ensure that all States and Territories have access to the same documentation when making a decision on the status of a potentially threatened species. This is also known as the ‘common assessment method’. As a result, any personal information that you have provided in connection with your comments may be shared between Commonwealth, State or Territory government entities to assist with their assessment processes.