Herpetofauna Permit - Tasmania

Description

You will need authorisation if you intend to collect and keep Tasmanian native reptiles and amphibians. This will permit you to collect or keep a maximum of six adult specimens of allowed species.

Allowed species include particular reptiles and amphibians specified by the Agency. For example, these species include:

  • southern snow skinks
  • copperhead snakes
  • Tasmanian tree frogs.

A full list of species that a herpetology permit authorises the collection and keeping of can be found on the attached resource. Authorisation is issued in the following herpetology permit forms:

  • Special Purposes Wildlife Permit for Herpetofauna
  • Herpetofauna Educational Facility Permit
  • Herpetofauna Educational Display Authorisation.

A Special Purposes Wildlife Permit authorises the collection and keeping of allowed species.

A Herpetofauna Educational Facility Permit authorises the collection and keeping of allowed species at an educational facility for educational purposes.

A Herpetofauna Educational Display Authorisation authorises a business to keep and display allowed species for the purpose of educational display

Service type

Licence

A licence defines the need to obtain recognition / certification and registration to undertake a certain business activity.

Eligibility requirements

Permits will only be issued to applicants who agree to comply with the Code of Practice. This code enforces obligations on the following actions in relation to species protected by Herpetology Permits:

  • collection
  • transport
  • release and disposal
  • management in captivity
  • recording.
Collection and keeping of some species may also be subject to Scientific Permits.

Duration

Annual

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Act(s) name

Nature Conservation Act 2002 Tasmania

Regulation(s) name

Nature Conservation (Wildlife) Regulations 2021 Tasmania

Administering agency

Department of Natural Resources and Environment

Natural and Cultural Heritage

Wildlife Management Branch

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