Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981 (c. 69)
1981 c. 69 - continued

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SCHEDULE 9
Sections 14 and 22.  
 

ANIMALS AND PLANTS TO WHICH SECTION 14 APPLIES


 

PART I

 

ANIMALS WHICH ARE ESTABLISHED IN THE WILD
 
Common name Scientific name

Bass, Large-mouthed Black

Microptenis salmoides

Bass, Rock

Ambloplites rupestris

Bitterling

Rhodeus sericeus

Budgerigar

Melopsittacus undulatus

Capercaillie

Tetrao urogallus

Coypu

Myocastor coypus

Dormouse, Fat

Glis glis

Duck, Carolina Wood

Aix sponsa

Duck, Mandarin

Aix galericulata

Duck, Ruddy

Oxyura jamaicensis

Eagle, White-tailed

Haliaetus albicilla

Frog, Edible

Rana esculenta

Frog, European Tree (otherwise known as Common tree frog)

Hyla arborea

Frog, Marsh

Rana ridibunda

Gerbil, Mongolian

Meriones unguiculatus

Goose, Canada

Branta canadensis

Goose, Egyptian

Alopochen aegyptiacus

Heron, Night

Nycticorax nycticorax

Lizard, Common Wall

Podarcis muralis

Marmot, Prairie (otherwise known as Prairie dog)

Cynomys

Mink, American

Mustela vison

Newt, Alpine

Triturus alpestris

Parakeet, Ring-necked

Psittacula krameri

Partridge, Chukar

Alectoris chukar

Partridge, Rock

Alectoris graeca

Pheasant, Golden

Chrysolophus pictus

Pheasant, Lady Amherst's

Chrysolophus amherstiae

Pheasant, Reeves'

Syrmaticus reevesii

Pheasant, Silver

Lophura nycthemera

Porcupine, Crested

Hystrix cristata

Porcupine, Himalayan

Hystrix hodgsonii

Pumpkinseed (otherwise known as Sun-fish or Pond-perch)

Lepomis gibbosus

Quail, Bobwhite

Golinus virginianus

Rat, Black

Rattus rattus

Squirrel, Grey

Sciurus carolinensis

Terrapin, European Pond

Emys orbicularis

Toad, African Clawed

Xenopus laevis

Toad, Midwife

Alytes obstetricans

Toad, Yellow-bellied

Bombina variegata

Wallaby, Red-necked

Macropus rufogriseus

Wels (otherwise known as European catfish)

Silurus glanis

Zander

Stizostedion lucioperca


 

PART II

 
PLANTS
 
Common name Scientific name

Hogweed, Giant

Heracleum mantegazzianum
Kelp, Giant Macrocystis pyrifera
Knotweed, Japanese Polygonum cuspidatum
Seaweed. Japanese Sargassum muticum
  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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