Biosecurity (Notifiable Organisms) Order 2016

2016/73

Coat of Arms of New Zealand

Biosecurity (Notifiable Organisms) Order 2016

Jerry Mateparae, Governor-General

Order in Council

At Wellington this 4th day of April 2016

Present:
His Excellency the Governor-General in Council

This order is made under section 45(2) of the Biosecurity Act 1993 on the advice and with the consent of the Executive Council.

Order

1 Title

This order is the Biosecurity (Notifiable Organisms) Order 2016.

2 Commencement

This order comes into force on 5 May 2016.

3 Notifiable organisms

The organisms specified in the Schedule are declared to be notifiable organisms.

4 Revocation

The Biosecurity (Notifiable Organisms) Order 2010 (SR 2010/265) is revoked.

Schedule Notifiable organisms

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Invasive plants

Scientific nameCommon name
Bryonia creticaWhite bryony
Ehrharta villosaPyp grass
Eichhornia crassipesWater hyacinth
Moraea flaccidaCape tulip
Myrica fayaFire tree; candle-berry myrtle
Phragmites australisPhragmites
Pistia stratiotesWater lettuce
Salvinia molestaSalvinia; kariba weed
Sorghum halepenseJohnson grass
Zizania latifoliaManchurian wild rice

Organisms affecting amphibians

Scientific nameCommon name
Ranavirus (Iridoviridae)Infection with ranavirus

Organisms affecting crustaceans

Scientific nameCommon name
Aphanomyces astaciCrayfish plague
Infectious hypodermal and haematopoietic necrosis virusInfectious hypodermal and haematopoietic necrosis
Infectious myonecrosis virusInfectious myonecrosis
Macrobrachium nodavirusWhite tail disease
Necrotising hepatopancreatitis bacteriaNecrotising hepatopancreatitis
Taura syndrome virusTaura syndrome
White spot syndrome virusWhite spot disease
Yellowhead virusYellow head disease

Organisms affecting honey bees

Scientific nameCommon name
Acarapis woodiTracheal mite
Aethina tumidaSmall hive beetle
Apis mellifera capensisCape bee
Apis mellifera scutellata and its hybridsAfricanised honey bee
Euvarroa sinhaiVarroa
Melissococcus plutonEuropean foulbrood
Tropilaelaps clareaeTropilaelaps
Tropilaelaps koenigerumTropilaelaps
Varroa underwoodiVarroa

Organisms affecting marine or freshwater environments

Scientific nameCommon name
Asterias amurensisNorthern Pacific seastar
Carcinus maenasEuropean shore crab; green crab
Caulerpa taxifoliaA green seaweed
Cherax quadricarinatusRed claw
Cherax tenuimanusA marron
Eriocheir sinensisChinese mitten crab
Haliotis rufescensRed abalone
Ictalurus punctatusChannel catfish
Penaeus orientalis (P. chinensis)Chinese prawn
Potamocorbula amurensisAsian clam
Sabella spallanzaniiMediterranean fanworm

Organisms affecting molluscs

Scientific nameCommon name
Abalone viral ganglioneuritis virusAbalone viral mortality
Bonamia ostreaeBonamiosis
Bonamia roughleyiWinter mortality or B. roughleyi
Marteilia mauriniMarteiliosis
Marteilia refringensMarteiliosis
Marteilia sydneyiMarteiliosis
Mikrocytos mackiniMikrocytosis
Perkinsus marinusPerkinsosis
Perkinsus olseniPerkinsosis
Xenohaliotis californiensisInfection with xenohaliotis californiensis

Organisms affecting multiple animal species

Scientific nameCommon name
Amblyomma sppAn animal tick
Anaplasma sppAnaplasmosis
Aujeszky’s disease virusAujeszky’s disease
Babesia spp (exotic)Babesiosis
Bacillus anthracisAnthrax
Bluetongue virusBluetongue
Boophilus sppAn animal tick
Chrysomya sppOld World screw-worm fly
Cochliomyia sppNew World screw-worm fly
Coxiella burnetiiQ fever
Crimean-Congo haemorrhagic (Nairovirus)Crimean-Congo haemorrhagic fever
Dermacentor sppAn animal tick
Echinococcus sppHydatids
Ehrlichia ruminatiumHeartwater
Epizootic haemorrhagic disease virusEpizootic haemorrhagic disease virus
Foot-and-mouth disease virusFoot-and-mouth disease
Francisella tularensisTularemia
Ixodes spp (exotic)An animal tick
Leishmania sppLeishmaniosis
Rabies virusRabies
Rhipicephalus sppAn animal tick
Rift Valley fever virusRift Valley fever
Salmonellae (exotic serovars and phage types)Salmonellosis
Transmissible spongiform encephalopathy agentsScrapie; bovine spongiform encephalopathy; chronic wasting disease; feline spongiform encephalopathy
Trypanosoma sppTrypanosomosis
Vesicular stomatitis virusVesicular stomatitis
West Nile virus

Organisms primarily affecting birds

Scientific nameCommon name
Anatid herpesvirus 1Duck virus enteritis; duck plague
Avian metapnerumovirusTurkey rhinotracheitis
Avian paramyxovirus 1 (exotic strains)Newcastle disease
Duck hepatitis virusDuck virus hepatitis
Infectious bursal disease virusInfectious bursal disease
Influenza A virus in birdsAvian influenza
Salmonella Gallinarum
Salmonella Pullorum

Organisms primarily affecting camelids

Scientific nameCommon name
Camel pox virusCamel pox

Organisms primarily affecting cattle

Scientific nameCommon name
Bovine herpes virus type 1 (abortifacient strain) (1)Infectious bovine rhinotracheitis abortion
Bovine leukaemia virusEnzootic bovine leukosis
Brucella abortusBovine brucellosis
Campylobacter fetus subsp venerealisBovine genital campylobacteriosis or bovine venereal campylobacteriosis
Cysticercus bovis (synonym Taenia saginata)Bovine cysticercosis
Lumpy skin disease virusLumpy skin disease
Mycoplasma mycoides subsp mycoides SCContagious bovine pleuropneumonia
Pasteurella multocida B:2 and E:2Haemorrhagic septicaemia
Rinderpest virusRinderpest
Theileria annulata
Theileria parva

Organisms primarily affecting dogs

Scientific nameCommon name
Brucella canisCanine brucellosis
Canine distemper virusCanine distemper
Dirofilaria immitisHeartworm

Organisms primarily affecting fish

Scientific nameCommon name
Aeromonas salmonicidaFurunculosis
Aphanomyces invadansEpizootic ulcerative syndrome
Epizootic haematopoietic necrosis virusEpizootic haematopoietic necrosis
Gyrodactylus salarisGyrodactylosis
Infectious haematopoietic necrosis virusInfectious haematopoietic necrosis
Infectious pancreatic necrosis virus (exotic strains)Infectious pancreatic necrosis
Infectious salmon anaemia virusInfectious salmon anaemia
Koi herpesvirusKoi herpes virus disease
Myxobolus cerebralisWhirling disease
Oncorhynchus masou virusOncorhynchus masou virus disease
Red sea bream iridovirusRed sea bream iridovirus disease
Renibacterium salmoninarumBacterial kidney disease
Spring viraemia of carp virusSpring viraemia of carp
Viral haemorrhagic septicaemia virusViral haemorrhagic septicaemia
Yersinia ruckeri (exotic strains)Enteric red mouth disease

Organisms primarily affecting forestry

Scientific nameCommon name
Anoplophora glabripennisAsian longhorn beetle
Buprestis aurulentaGolden buprestid
Bursaphelenchus xylophilusPinewood nematode
Coptotermes acinaciformisAustralian subterranean termite
Coptotermes formosanusFormosan subterranean termite
Cryptotermes brevisWest Indian powderpost drywood termite
Dendroctonus valensRed turpentine beetle
Endocronartium harknessiiWestern gall rust
Fusarium circinatumPitch canker
Gremmeniella abietinaScleroderris canker
Grosmannia wageneriBlack stain root disease
Heterobasidion annosumAnnosus root rot
Hylobius abietisPine root weevil
Hyphantria cuneaFall webworm
Lymantria disparGypsy moth
Lymantria monachaNun moth
Melanophila californicaFlat headed borer
Monochamus sppSawyer beetle
Neodiprion leconteiRedheaded pine sawfly
Ophiostoma novo-ulmiDutch elm disease
Orgyia thyellinaWhite spotted tussock moth
Orthotomicus erosusEuropean bark beetle
Phytophthora lateralisBrown rot
Phytophthora ramorumSudden oak death
Pissodes nemorensisNorthern pine weevil
Puccinia psidiiEucalyptus rust
Rhyacionia buolianaEuropean pine shoot moth
Teia anartoidesPainted apple moth
Thaumetopoea pityocampaPine processionary caterpillar
Tomicus piniperdaPine shoot beetle

Organisms primarily affecting horses

Scientific nameCommon name
African horse sickness virusAfrican horse sickness
Burkholderia malleiGlanders
Equine arteritis virusEquine viral arteritis
Equine encephalitis virusesEastern equine encephalitis; western equine encephalitis; Venezuelan equine encephalitis; Japanese encephalitis
Equine infectious anaemia virusEquine infectious anaemia
Hendra virus
Histoplasma capsulatum var farciminosumEpizootic lymphangitis
Influenza A virus in animals of the family EquidaeEquine influenza
Taylorella equigenitalisContagious equine metritis
Theileria equi

Organisms primarily affecting horticulture

Scientific nameCommon name
Achatina fulicaGiant African land snail
Anastrepha fraterculusSouth American fruit fly
Anastrepha ludensMexican fruit fly
Anastrepha obliquaWest Indian fruit fly
Anastrepha serpentinaSapote fruit fly
Anastrepha striataGuava fruit fly
Anastrepha suspensaCaribbean fruit fly
Bactrocera aquilonisNorthern Territory fruit fly
Bactrocera carambolae (formerly B. sp near B. dorsalis (Taxon A))Carambola fruit fly
Bactrocera cucumisCucumber fly
Bactrocera cucurbitaeMelon fly
Bactrocera curvipennisBanana fruit fly
Bactrocera dorsalisOriental fruit fly
Bactrocera facialisA fruit fly
Bactrocera frauenfeldiMango fruit fly
Bactrocera jarvisiJarvis’ fruit fly
Bactrocera kirkiA fruit fly
Bactrocera latifronsSolanum fruit fly
Bactrocera melanotusA fruit fly
Bactrocera neohumeralisLesser Queensland fruit fly
Bactrocera papayae (formerly B. sp near B. dorsalis (Taxon B))Papaya fruit fly
Bactrocera passifloraeFijian fruit fly
Bactrocera philippinensis (formerly B. sp near B. dorsalis (Taxon C))A fruit fly
Bactrocera psidiiSouth sea guava fruit fly
Bactrocera trilineolaA fruit fly
Bactrocera trivialisA fruit fly
Bactrocera tryoniQueensland fruit fly
Bactrocera xanthodesPacific fruit fly
Bactrocera zonataPeach fruit fly
Cacopsylla pyricolaPear psyllid
Candidatus Phytoplasma mali’Apple proliferation phytoplasma
Candidatus Phytoplasma pyri’Pear decline phytoplasma
Candidatus Phytoplasma solani’Bois noir phytoplasma
Ceratitis capitataMediterranean fruit fly
Ceratitis rosaNatal fruit fly
Clavibacter michiganensis subsp sepedonicusBacterial ring rot of potato
Conotrachelus nenupharPlum curculio
Drosophila suzukiiSpotted wing drosophila
Flavescence dorée phytoplasma
Gymnosporangium asiaticumJapanese pear rust
Gymnosporangium juniperi-virginianaeCedar apple rust
Halyomorpha halysBrown marmorated stink bug
Helicobasidium mompaViolet root rot
Homalodisca vitripennis (formerly Homalodisca coagulata)Glassy-winged sharpshooter
Hyalesthes obsoletusA leaf hopper
Leptinotarsa decemlineataColorado potato beetle
Lobesia botranaEuropean grapevine moth
Monilinia fructigenaApple brown rot
Pepino mosaic virusPepMV
Plum pox virusPlum pox
Popillia japonicaJapanese beetle
Potato mop-top virusPMTV
Rhagoletis pomonellaApple maggot fly
Scaphoideus titanusA leaf hopper
Synchytrium endobioticumPotato wart
Tilletia controversaDwarf bunt
Tilletia indicaKarnal bunt
Trogoderma granariumKhapra beetle
Xanthomonas axonopodis pv citri (synonym X. campestris pv citri)Citrus canker
Xanthomonas fragariaeAngular leaf spot of strawberry
Xylella fastidiosaPierce’s disease

Organisms primarily affecting human health

Scientific nameCommon name
Aedes aegyptiYellow fever or dengue mosquito
Aedes albopictusAsian tiger mosquito
Aedes atropalpusRockpool mosquito
Aedes camptorhynchusSouthern saltmarsh mosquito
Aedes japonicusJapanese rockpool mosquito
Aedes polynesiensisPolynesian mosquito
Aedes scutellaris
Aedes sierrensisWestern tree hole mosquito
Aedes togoi
Aedes vigilaxSaltmarsh mosquito
Anopheles sppMalarial mosquitoes
Culex annulirostrisCommon banded mosquito
Culex gelidusFrosty mosquito
Culex pipiens pallensCommon house mosquito
Culex sitiens

Organisms primarily affecting native ecosystems

Scientific nameCommon name
Anoplolepis gracilipesYellow crazy ant
Paratrechina longicornisCrazy ant

Organisms primarily affecting pigs

Scientific nameCommon name
African swine fever virusAfrican swine fever
Brucella suisPorcine brucellosis
Cysticercus cellulosae (synonym Taenia solium)Porcine cysticercosis
Hog cholera virusClassical swine fever
Nipah virusNipah virus encephalitis
Pasteurella multocida (toxigenic strains)Atrophic rhinitis
Porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virusPorcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome
Swine vesicular disease virusSwine vesicular disease
Teschovirus ATeschovirus encephalomyelitis
Transmissible gastroenteritis virusTransmissible gastroenteritis
Trichinella spiralisTrichinellosis

Organisms primarily affecting sheep and goats

Scientific nameCommon name
Brucella melitensisBrucellosis
Chlamydophila abortusEnzootic abortion of ewes
Maedi-visna virusOvine progressive pneumonia
Mycoplasma agalactiaeContagious agalactia
Mycoplasma capricolum subsp capripneumoniaeContagious caprine pleuropneumonia
Nairobi sheep disease virusNairobi sheep disease
Peste des petits ruminants virusPeste des petits ruminants
Psoroptes ovisSheep scab
Pulmonary adenomatosis virusPulmonary adenomatosis
Sheep pox and goat pox virusesSheep and goat pox
Theileria lestoquardi

Other organisms

Scientific nameCommon name
Myxoma virusMyxomatosis
Solenopsis geminataTropical fire ant
Solenopsis invictaRed imported fire ant
Spilopsyllus cuniculiEuropean rabbit flea
Wasmannia auropunctataLittle fire ant

Michael Webster,
Clerk of the Executive Council.

Explanatory note

This note is not part of the order, but is intended to indicate its general effect.

This order, which comes into force on 5 May 2016, declares certain organisms to be notifiable organisms for the purposes of the Biosecurity Act 1993.

The organisms specified in this order differ from those specified in the Biosecurity (Notifiable Organisms) Order 2010, which is revoked.

Issued under the authority of the Legislation Act 2012.

Date of notification in Gazette: 7 April 2016.

This order is administered by the Ministry for Primary Industries.