List name
South Australian Sensitive Species
Owner
natasha.carter@csiro.au
List type
Sensitive list of species
Date submitted
2013-06-24
Date updated
2017-12-05
Is private
No
Included in species pages
Yes
Authoritative
Yes
Invasive
No
Threatened
No
Part of the sensitive data service
Yes
Region
SA
SDS Authority
SA DEWNR
SDS Category
C2
SDS Coordinate Generalisation
10km
SDS Type
CONSERVATION
List editors
Helen Owens
Metadata link
https://collections.ala.org.au/public/show/dr884

184 Number of Taxa

184 Distinct Species

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Tiliqua adelaidensis
Tiliqua adelaidensis (Peters, 1863)
Pygmy Blue-Tongue
 
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Calyptorhynchus (Calyptorhynchus) banksii graptogyne
Calyptorhynchus (Calyptorhynchus) banksii graptogyne Schodde, Saunders & Homberger, 1989
 
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Calyptorhynchus (Calyptorhynchus) lathami halmaturinus
Calyptorhynchus (Calyptorhynchus) lathami halmaturinus Mathews, 1912
Glossy Black-Cockatoo (South Australian)
 
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Lophochroa leadbeateri
Lophochroa leadbeateri (Vigors, 1831)
Major Mitchell's Cockatoo
 
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Calyptorhynchus (Zanda) funereus
Calyptorhynchus (Zanda) funereus (Shaw, 1794)
Yellow-Tailed Black-Cockatoo
 
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Euastacus bispinosus
Euastacus bispinosus Clark, 1941
 
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Nephrurus deleani
Nephrurus deleani Harvey, 1983
Pernatty Knob-Tail
 
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Polytelis anthopeplus monarchoides
Polytelis anthopeplus monarchoides Schodde, 1993
 
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Polytelis alexandrae
Polytelis alexandrae Gould, 1863
Princess Parrot
 
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Neophema (Neophema) splendida
Neophema (Neophema) splendida (Gould, 1841)
Scarlet-Chested Parrot
 
Action Supplied Name Scientific Name (matched) Image Author (matched) Common Name (matched) Grouping SPECIESTYPE NSXCODE vernacular name Clarifier Threaten a species/environment; Threaten someones privacy; Reason
Tiliqua adelaidensis Tiliqua adelaidensis (Peters, 1863) Pygmy Blue-Tongue
R
Y02572
Pygmy Blue-tongue Lizard (listed as Pygmy Bluetongue under SA NPW Act)
All known location and burrow records
y
y
The Pygmy Blue-tongue Lizard is endemic to SA and listed as Endangered under the EPBC and SA NP&W Acts. This is a sedentary species with a restricted distribution. Majority of the known locations (including burrows) have been recorded on private land. The species may become subject to international trade. Data restrictions are consistent with the conservation Objectives of The Action Plan for Australian Reptiles (1993) and National Recovery Plan (2012).
Calyptorhynchus banksii graptogyne Calyptorhynchus (Calyptorhynchus) banksii graptogyne Schodde, Saunders & Homberger, 1989
Cockatoos
B
Y09312
Red-tailed Black-Cockatoo (south east subspecies)
All known nest hollows and artificial nest boxes.
y
These Cockatoo species are listed under the EPBC Act and/or SA NP&W Act and are at risk of nest disturbance. Data restrictions are consistent with other current jurisdictional restrictions (see below) and with conservation Objectives of The Action Plan for Australian Birds (2010) and National Recovery Plans for the Red-tailed and Glossy Black-Cockatoos (2007 and 2005, respectively). The Glossy Black-Cockatoo is endemic to SA.
Calyptorhynchus lathami halmaturinus Calyptorhynchus (Calyptorhynchus) lathami halmaturinus Mathews, 1912 Glossy Black-Cockatoo (South Australian)
Cockatoos
B
C00265
Glossy Black-Cockatoo (Kangaroo Island subspecies)
All known nest hollows and artificial nest boxes.
y
These Cockatoo species are listed under the EPBC Act and/or SA NP&W Act and are at risk of nest disturbance. Data restrictions are consistent with other current jurisdictional restrictions (see below) and with conservation Objectives of The Action Plan for Australian Birds (2010) and National Recovery Plans for the Red-tailed and Glossy Black-Cockatoos (2007 and 2005, respectively). The Glossy Black-Cockatoo is endemic to SA.
Lophochroa leadbeateri Lophochroa leadbeateri (Vigors, 1831) Major Mitchell's Cockatoo
Cockatoos
B
U00270
Major Mitchell's Cockatoo (listed as Cacatua leadbeateri under SA NPW Act)
All known nest hollows and artificial nest boxes.
y
These Cockatoo species are listed under the EPBC Act and/or SA NP&W Act and are at risk of nest disturbance. Data restrictions are consistent with other current jurisdictional restrictions (see below) and with conservation Objectives of The Action Plan for Australian Birds (2010) and National Recovery Plans for the Red-tailed and Glossy Black-Cockatoos (2007 and 2005, respectively). The Glossy Black-Cockatoo is endemic to SA.
Calyptorhynchus funereus Calyptorhynchus (Zanda) funereus (Shaw, 1794) Yellow-Tailed Black-Cockatoo
Cockatoos
B
G00267
All known nest hollows and artificial nest boxes.
y
These Cockatoo species are listed under the EPBC Act and/or SA NP&W Act and are at risk of nest disturbance. Data restrictions are consistent with other current jurisdictional restrictions (see below) and with conservation Objectives of The Action Plan for Australian Birds (2010) and National Recovery Plans for the Red-tailed and Glossy Black-Cockatoos (2007 and 2005, respectively). The Glossy Black-Cockatoo is endemic to SA.
Euastacus bispinosa Euastacus bispinosus Clark, 1941
Crustacean
n/a
Glenelg Spiny Freshwater Crayfish (SA: South-east Crayfish) (listed as South-east Crayfish under SA FM Act)
All known location records
y
The Glenelg Spiny Freshwater Crayfish is listed as Endangered under the EPBC Act and Protected in SA under the FM Act. The natural distribution of the Glenelg spiny freshwater crayfish is restricted to the Glenelg River system in south-western Victoria and five spring-fed coastal streams in south-eastern South Australia including the Ewen Ponds system. Fishing has been a major historic threat to the Glenelg spiny freshwater crayfish. Life history characteristics of the species, particularly slow growth and significant age before sexual maturity, make it difficult for the species to withstand even a low level of removal by fishermen.
Nephrurus deleani Nephrurus deleani Harvey, 1983 Pernatty Knob-Tail
R
U02102
Pernatty Knob-tailed Gecko
All known location records
y
y
The Pernatty Knob-tailed Gecko is endemic to SA and listed as Rare under the SA NP&W Act. The species has a restricted and patchy distribution and has been recorded on private land. The species was identified as one of the top five non-CITES reptiles that are known or likely to be in international trade (UNEP-WCMC, 2009). Data restrictions are consistent with the conservation Objectives of The Action Plan for Australian Reptiles (1993).
Polytelis anthopeplus monarchoides Polytelis anthopeplus monarchoides Schodde, 1993
Parrots
B
C04381
Regent Parrot (eastern subspecies)
All known nest hollows and artificial nest boxes at known breeding sites.
y
These Parrot species are listed under the EPBC Act and/or SA NP&W Act and are at risk of nest disturbance. Data restrictions are consistent with other current jurisdictional restrictions (see below) and consistent with conservation Objectives of The Action Plan for Australian Birds (2010) and the National Recovery Plan for the Regent Parrot (2012).
Polytelis alexandrae Polytelis alexandrae Gould, 1863 Princess Parrot
Parrots
B
Z00279
All known nest hollows and artificial nest boxes at known breeding sites.
y
These Parrot species are listed under the EPBC Act and/or SA NP&W Act and are at risk of nest disturbance. Data restrictions are consistent with other current jurisdictional restrictions (see below) and consistent with conservation Objectives of The Action Plan for Australian Birds (2010) and the National Recovery Plan for the Regent Parrot (2012).
Neophema splendida Neophema (Neophema) splendida (Gould, 1841) Scarlet-Chested Parrot
Parrots
B
G00303
All known nest hollows and artificial nest boxes at known breeding sites.
y
These Parrot species are listed under the EPBC Act and/or SA NP&W Act and are at risk of nest disturbance. Data restrictions are consistent with other current jurisdictional restrictions (see below) and consistent with conservation Objectives of The Action Plan for Australian Birds (2010) and the National Recovery Plan for the Regent Parrot (2012).
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