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C98

Any

Any

C98

Serpentine Leaf Miner

REQUIREMENTS FOR THE IMPORT OF PRESCRIBED POTENTIAL CARRIERS OF THE DECLARED PEST SERPENTINE LEAFMINER 

Declared pest 

Serpentine leafminer (Liriomyza huidobrensis

Prescribed potential carriers 

Plants and parts of plants of species listed on the host plant pathway list of the declared pest serpentine leafminer that are nursery stock (other than dormant material); leafy vegetables; fresh herbs; below ground vegetables with leaves; above ground vegetables with leaves; foliage or cut flowers with leaves.

Excludes: grain; seed; dried plant material including herbs; below ground vegetables without leaves; above ground vegetables without leaves or with leaves removed; legume vegetables; cut flowers without leaves; processed host material; and tissue culture.

Definitions:

  • Leafy vegetables means above ground vegetative parts of plants of host pathways.
  • Above ground vegetables without leaves means legume vegetables and vegetative parts or fruiting bodies of plants with no leaves or leaves removed. (e.g. cauliflower with no leaves, broccoli with no leaves, floret leaves accepted).
  • Legume vegetables means host pathway fruit (pods) from the family Fabaceae.
  • Cut flowers without leaves means flowers with or without stems or calyx, but with no leaves.

Host plant pathways of the declared pest serpentine leafminer - See table 1 

SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS

Prescribed potential carriers of serpentine leafminer to be imported into Western Australia (WA) must satisfy the requirements listed below or be imported as authorised by, and in accordance with the terms and conditions of an import permit issued under the Biosecurity and Agriculture Management Act 2007.

1.    Requirements for the import of leafy vegetables; fresh herbs; below ground vegetables with leaves; above ground vegetables with leaves; foliage; cut flowers with leaves; of species of the declared pest serpentine leafminer that are on the host pathway list.

1.1.  Grown and packed in a state or territory that is free from serpentine leafminer as evidenced by an Area Freedom Certificate approved by the Chief Plant Biosecurity Officer, WA 

OR 

1.2 Each consignment to be accompanied by an Interstate Plant Health Certificate issued by the quarantine authority in the exporting state or territory or under a quality assurance arrangement approved by the Chief Plant Biosecurity Officer, WA certifying that the product has been:

 

1.2.1 Treated by fumigation with methyl bromide for 2 hours at one of the following rates, and packed and transported under secure conditions which prevent infestation of serpentine leafminer

Rate

Temperature

32g/m

At or above 21C

40g/m

16C to 20.9C

48g/m

11C to 15.9C

56g/m

10C to 10.9C

Note: Methyl bromide fumigation to be in accordance with the Department of Agriculture Water and the Environment - Methyl bromide fumigation methodology

OR 

1.2.2 Treated by irradiation at a minimum absorption dose of 400 Gray 

Note: Where applicable, the Food Standards Australian New Zealand code applies to irradiated products. 

OR 

1.2.3 Treated by an insecticide regime that is approved by the Chief Plant Biosecurity Officer as effective against all life stages of serpentine leafminerAND

1.2.3.1   inspected at a rate of 600 units and found free of serpentine leafminerAND 

1.2.3.2 packed and transported under secure conditions which prevent infestation of serpentine leafminer

 

2.    Requirements for the import of nursery stock of species listed on the host plant pathway list for serpentine leafminer

Nursery stock means plants for propagation in potting media, or plants or cuttings with leaves either bare rooted or with roots.

Nursery stock to meet Western Australian Import Requirement C71. 

 

Table 1: Serpentine leafminer host pathway list

Family

Scientific name[1]

Common name examples

leafy vegetables, herbs, vegetables with leaves

Cut flowers with leaves, foliage

Nursery Stock[2]

Amaranthaceae

Beta

beet; beetroot; chard; common beet; sugarbeet; swisschard with tops or loose leaf

Y

 

Y

Amaranthaceae

Celosia argentea

 

 

Y

Y

Amaranthaceae

Spinacia oleracea

spinach; silverbeet

Y

 

Y

Amaryllidaceae

Allium with tops

 

Y

Y

Y

Amaryllidaceae

Allium ampeloprasum

leek

Y

 

Y

Amaryllidaceae

Allium cepa

onion

 

 

Y

Amaryllidaceae

Allium cepa

shallot; scallion

Y

 

Y

Amaryllidaceae

Allium sativum

garlic

 

 

Y

Apiaceae

Apium

 

Y

 

Y

Apiaceae

Apium graveolens

celery

Y

 

Y

Apiaceae

Bupleurum

 

 

Y

Y

Apiaceae

Bupleurum griffithii

 

 

Y

Y

Apiaceae

Bupleurum rotundifolium cv Bupleurum green

 

 

Y

Y

Apiaceae

Centella asiatica

pennywort

Y

 

Y

Apiaceae

Coriandrum sativum

coriander

Y

 

Y

Apiaceae

Daucus carota

carrot

 

 

Y

Apiaceae

Daucus carota

carrot with tops/leaves

Y

 

 

Apiaceae

Eryngium

 

 

Y

Y

Apiaceae

Hydrocotyle umbellata

 

 

 

Y

Apiaceae

Levisticum officinale

lovage; herb

Y

 

Y

Apiaceae

Oenanthe javanica

Java waterdropwort; herb

Y

 

Y

Apocynaceae

Catharanthus roseus

 

 

 

Y

Araceae

Alocasia macrorrhiza

giant taro

 

 

Y

Araceae

Colocasia esculenta

taro, elephant ear with leaves

Y

 

Y

Asparagaceae

Chionodoxa luciliae

 

 

 

Y

Asphodelaceae

Hemerocallis fulva

 

 

Y

Y

Asteraceae

Argyranthemum

 

 

Y

Y

Asteraceae

Aster

 

 

Y

Y

Asteraceae

Bellis perennis

Common daisy

 

 

Y

Asteraceae

Calendula

calendula ; pot marigold

 

Y[3]

Y

Asteraceae

Callistephus chinensis

Chinese aster

 

Y

Y

Asteraceae

Carthamus

carthamum

 

 

Y

Asteraceae

Centaurea

mountain bluet

 

 

Y

Asteraceae

Chrysanthemum

chrysanthemum

 

Y

Y

Asteraceae

Cichorium

endive

Y

 

Y

Asteraceae

Cineraria

cultivated cineraria

 

Y

Y

Asteraceae

Conoclinium coelestinum

blue mistflower

 

 

Y

Asteraceae

Cosmos bipinnatus

cosmos

 

 

Y

Asteraceae

Craspedia globosa

billy buttons

 

Y

Y

Asteraceae

Crassocephalum rubens

herb

Y

 

Y

Asteraceae

Cynara scolymus

artichoke

Y

Y[3]

Y

Asteraceae

Dahlia

dahlia

 

Y

Y

Asteraceae

Dendranthema morifolium

 

 

Y

Y

Asteraceae

Gaillardia pulchella

Indian blanket 

 

 

Y

Asteraceae

Gerbera

gerbera

 

Y

Y

Asteraceae

Helianthus annus

sunflower

 

Y

Y

Asteraceae

Kalimeris indica

Indian aster

 

Y

Y

Asteraceae

Lactuca sativa

lettuce

Y

 

Y

Asteraceae

Leucanthemum

Shasta daisy

 

 

Y

Asteraceae

Osteospermum

African daisy

 

 

Y

Asteraceae

Pyrethrum cinerariifolium

pyrethrum daisy

 

 

Y

Asteraceae

Solidago

golden rod; herb

 

Y

Y

Asteraceae

Tagetes

marigold

 

Y

Y

Asteraceae

Tagetes erecta

Mexican marigold

 

Y

Y

Asteraceae

Tanacetum parthenium

feverfew

 

 

Y

Asteraceae

Zinnia

 

 

Y

Y

Balsaminaceae

Impatiens balsamina

garden balsam

 

 

Y

Balsaminaceae

Impatiens caeruleum

 

 

 

Y

Basellaceae

Basella alba

Indian spinach

Y

 

Y

Basellaceae

Basella rubra

malabar spinach

Y

 

Y

Brassicaceae

Brassica

 

Y

Y

Y

Brassicaceae

Brassica alboglabra

gai lan; asian broccoli

Y

 

Y

Brassicaceae

Brassica botrytis

Cauliflower

Y

 

Y

Brassicaceae

Brassica botrytis

Cauliflower without leaves

 

 

 

Brassicaceae

Brassica campestris

Chinese cabbage; petsai

Y

 

Y

Brassicaceae

Brassica campestris rapa

turnip

 

 

Y

Brassicaceae

Brassica campestris rapa

turnip with tops/leaves

Y

 

 

Brassicaceae

Brassica chinensis

pak-choi cabbage; petsai

Y

 

Y

Brassicaceae

Brassica juncea

leaf mustard; mustard greens; radish

Y

 

Y

Brassicaceae

Brassica napus

kale, swede, turnip

Y

 

Y

Brassicaceae

Brassica oleracea

gai lan; cabbage;brussel sprouts; caisin; kale, broccoli

Y

 

Y

Brassicaceae

Brassica oleracea

Broccoli without leaves (except floret leaves)

 

 

 

Brassicaceae

Brassica rapa

turnip; rinsho

 

 

Y

Brassicaceae

Brassica rapa

turnip; rinsho with tops/leaves

Y

 

 

Brassicaceae

Eruca

rocket

Y

 

Y

Brassicaceae

Lobularia maritima

sweet alyssum

 

 

Y

Brassicaceae

Matthiola

 

 

Y

Y

Brassicaceae

Nasturtium

watercress

Y

 

Y

Brassicaceae

Raphanus sativus

Radish Chinese radish; daikon

 

Y

Brassicaceae

Raphanus sativus

Radish Chinese radish; daikon with tops/leaves

Y

 

 

Calceolariaceae

Calceolaria crenatiflora

 

 

 

Y

Campanulaceae

Campanula medium

Canterbury bells

 

 

Y

Campanulaceae

Platycodon grandifloras

 

 

 

Y

Campanulaceae

Trachelium

Throatwort

 

 

Y

Caryophyllaceae

Dianthus

carnation

 

Y

Y

Caryophyllaceae

Gypsophila

gypsophila; baby's breath

 

Y

Y

Caryophyllaceae

Gypsophila elegans

showy baby's breath

 

Y

Y

Chenopodiaceae

Chenopodium quinoa

quinoa; quinua; seed

 

 

Y

Chenopodiaceae

Spinacea oleracea

spinach

Y

 

Y

Convolvulaceae

Ipomoea aquatica

water spinach

Y

 

Y

Convolvulaceae

Ipomoea batatas

sweet potato

 

 

Y

Convolvulaceae

Pharbitis purpurea

morning glory

 

 

Y

Cucurbitaceae

Benincasa hispida

wax gourd

 

 

Y

Cucurbitaceae

Citrullus lanatus

watermelon

 

 

Y

Cucurbitaceae

Cucumis

 

 

 

Y

Cucurbitaceae

Cucumis melo

melon

 

 

Y

Cucurbitaceae

Cucumis sativus

cucumber

 

 

Y

Cucurbitaceae

Cucurbita

 

 

 

Y

Cucurbitaceae

Cucurbita maxima

pumpkin

 

 

Y

Cucurbitaceae

Cucurbita maxima zapallito

courgette

 

 

Y

Cucurbitaceae

Cucurbita moschata

butternut squash

 

 

Y

Cucurbitaceae

Cucurbita pepo

courgette; zucchini

 

 

Y

Cucurbitaceae

Lagenaria

 

 

 

Y

Cucurbitaceae

Luffa acutangula

angled luffa

 

 

Y

Cucurbitaceae

Luffa cylindrica

luffa cylindrical; sponge gourd; Egyptian cucumber; Vietnamese luffa

 

 

Y

Cucurbitaceae

Momordica charantia

bitter gourd; balsam pear

 

 

Y

Cucurbitaceae

Sechium edule

swartz chayote

 

 

Y

Euphorbiaceae

Euphorbia marginata

snow on the mountain

 

Y

Y

Fabaceae

Cicer arietinum

chickpea

 

 

Y

Fabaceae

Dolichos lablab

lablab bean

 

 

Y

Fabaceae

Glycine max

soybean

 

Y

Fabaceae

Lablab purpureus

sweet dolichos

 

 

Y

Fabaceae

Lathyrus latifolius

broad-leaved sweet pea

 

Y

Y

Fabaceae

Lathyrus odoratus

sweet pea

 

Y

Y

Fabaceae

Lotus

 

 

Y

Y

Fabaceae

Lupinus

 

 

Y

Y

Fabaceae

Medicago sativa

alfalfa

 

Y

Fabaceae

Phaseolus

 

 

Y

Fabaceae

Phaseolus lunatus

lima bean

 

 

Y

Fabaceae

Phaseolus vulgaris

green bean; French bean; kidney bean; bean; common bean; snap bean

 

Y

Fabaceae

Pisum sativum

garden pea; pea; snow pea; sugar snap

 

Y

Fabaceae

Trifolium repens

white clover

 

 

Y

Fabaceae

Trigonella

 

Y

 

y

Fabaceae

Trigonella foenum-graecum

fenugreek

Y

 

y

Fabaceae

Vicia

vetch

 

Y

Fabaceae

Vicia faba

broad bean; faba bean; fava bean

 

Y

Fabaceae

Vigna mungo

black gram

 

Y

Fabaceae

Vigna radiata

mungbean

 

Y

Fabaceae

Vigna sinensis

red bean

 

Y

Fabaceae

Vigna unguiculata

walp cowpea; yard-long bean

 

Y

Gentianaceae

Eustoma

lisianthus

 

Y

Y

Gentianaceae

Exacum

exacum; Persian violet

 

 

Y

Gentianaceae

Lisianthus

 

 

Y

Y

Goodeniaceae

Scaevola aemula

 

 

 

Y

Hydrangeaceae

Hydrangea macrophylla

 

 

Y

Y

Iridaceae

Freesia refracta

 

 

Y

Y

Iridaceae

Gladiolus hybridus

 

 

Y

Y

Lamiaceae

Lamium

 

 

 

Y

Lamiaceae

Mentha spicata

spearmint

Y

 

Y

Lamiaceae

Moluccella

 

 

 

Y

Lamiaceae

Ocimum basilicum

basil

Y

 

Y

Lamiaceae

Salvia splendens

scarlet sage

 

 

Y

Liliaceae

Lilium davidii

davids lily

 

Y

Y

Liliaceae

Lilium longiflorum

Easter lily

 

Y

Y

Linaceae

Linum usitatissimum

flax; flax seed 

 

 

Y

Linderniaceae

Torenia

wishbone flower

 

 

Y

Malvaceae

Abelmoschus esculentus

okra

 

 

Y

Malvaceae

Althaea rosea

hollyhocks

 

 

Y

Malvaceae

Hibiscus trionum

 

 

 

Y

Onagraceae

Godetia amoena

 

 

 

Y

Onagroideae

Oenothera rosea

rosey evening-primrose

 

 

Y

Papaveraceae

Papaver rhoeas

poppy

 

Y

Y

Plantaginaceae

Antirrhinum majus

snapdragon

 

Y

Y

Plumbaginaceae

Limonium latifolium

sea lavender

 

Y

Y

Plumbaginaceae

Limonium tataricum

statice

 

Y

Y

Plumbaginaceae

Myosotis sylvatica

wood forget me not

 

y

Y

Poaceae

Hordeum vulgare

Barley grass

Y

 

 

Poaceae

Lagurus ovatus

hare's tail grass

 

Y

 

Poaceae

Triticum aestivum

Wheat grass

Y

 

 

Poaceae

Zea mays

corn; sweetcorn; maize

Y

 

Y

Poaceae

Zea mays

corn; sweetcorn; maize with outer leaves removed

 

 

 

Polemoniaceae

Phlox drummondii

 

 

 

Y

Primulaceae

Primula acaulis

primrose

 

 

Y

Primulaceae

Primula obconica

 

 

 

Y

Ranunculaceae

Delphinium

 

 

Y

Y

Ranunculaceae

Nigella damascena

love-in-a-mist

 

 

Y

Ranunculaceae

Ranunculus

ranunculus

 

Y

Y

Rosaceae

Rosa

rose

 

Y

Y

Scrophulariaceae

Diascia

twinspur

 

 

Y

Solanaceae

Capsicum

capsicum; chilli; green pepper; pepper; sweet pepper; yellow chilli

 

 

Y

Solanaceae

Lycium chinense

goji berry

 

 

Y

Solanaceae

Lycopersicon esculentum

tomato (including truss tomato)

 

 

Y

Solanaceae

Nicotiana

tobacco plant

 

 

Y

Solanaceae

Nicotiana alata

jasmine tobacco

 

 

Y

Solanaceae

Petunia

petunia

 

 

Y

Solanaceae

Solanum

nighshade

 

 

Y

Solanaceae

Solanum melongena

brinjal eggplant; eggplant

 

 

Y

Solanaceae

Solanum muricatum

pepino

 

 

Y

Tropaeolaceae

Nasturtium indicum

`swai tanah

 

 

Y

Tropaeolaceae

Tropaeolum

garden nasturtium

Y

Y[3]

Y

Verbenaceae

Verbena

 

 

 

Y

Violaceae

Viola tricolor

 

 

 

Y

Violaceae

Viola yedoensis

 

 

 

Y

1The scientific name includes all species where applicable, sub-species, cultivars and varieties etc.

2Includes seedling nursery stock

3Edible flowers

 

 

 


 

 

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