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C na na D C C B C na C na C D D D na Wetlands C na na D A C C C na D na C D C D na High Priority Coastal complex on King Island D na na D C C C D na C n/a D D D na na Medium Priority Coastal heathland B na na D C C B D na C na D D D C na King Island Biodiversity Management Plan 104
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Table 3. Threat impact rating for priority fauna Fire Feral Cats and Rats Crows Wallabies Habitat deg & fragmentation Weeds Of-road vehicles coastal Potential Intro invasives spp. Domestic Dogs Tourism Hunting Intro fauna Stochastic events Pollution Dieback Amphibian fungus Very High Priority Fairy Tern D B ? D C B A C B B D C B C na na Green and Gold Frog C B D D A C C B D D D C C A na A Hooded Plover D B A D C B A C C C D D C C na na King Island Brown Thornbill A B C D A B D C D D D C B D na na King Island Scrubtit A B C D A B D C D D D C B D na na Little Tern D B ? D C B A C B B D C B C na na Orange-bellied Parrot A B D D A B D C D D D C C D na na Striped marsh Frog C B D D A C C B D D D C C A na A White-bellied Sea Eagle B D D D A D D C D D C C D D na na High Priority Australasian Bittern A D D D B C D C D D D D C B na na Black Currawong C D D D C C D C D D D D D D na na Eastern Pygmy Possum A B D D B C D C C D D D D D na na King Island Green Rosella A B C D B B D C D D D D C D na na Platypus C D D D C C D C D D D D D B na na Southern Hairy Red Snail A D D C B C D B D D D C C C na na Medium Priority Dusky Robin B B C D B B D C C D D C C D na na Gould’s Wattled Bat A B D D B C D C D D D D D D na na Lesser Long-eared Bat A B D D B C D C D D D D D D na na Long-nosed Potoroo A B D D B C D C C D D D D D na na Southern Boobook B C D D C C D C D D D C C C na na Swamp Antechinus A A D D B C D C D D D D D D na na Yellow-tailed Black- cockatoo C C D D C B D C D D D D C D na na Yellow Wattlebird A C D D B B D C C D D D C D na na Low Priority Brown Goshawk B D D D A D D C D D D D C C na na Common Ringtail Possum A C D D C C D C C D D C D D na na Golden-headed Cisticola B B C D B D D C D D D D C D na na Nankeen Kestrel B D D D C D D C D D D D C D na na King Island Biodiversity Management Plan 105
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Nankeen Night Heron A D D D B D D C D D D D C D na na Painted Button- quail A B D D B C D C C D D C C C na na Tasmanian Tree Skink C B D D B C C C D D D C D C na na King Island Biodiversity Management Plan 106
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APPENDIX 4. MAJOR WEED SPECIES ON KING ISLAND Following are brief descriptions of the location and impacts of major weed species on King Island. Much of the information has been sourced from North (2003). The first 20 species are declared weeds under the Tasmanian Weed Management Act 1999 . The first 6 of these are also Weeds of National Significance. Weeds 22 to 38 are identified as priorities in the King Island Weed Management Strategy (North 2003). Three additional weeds (39–41) were identified by DPIPWE botanists in 2007 and 2009.
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