Betekenis van:
disease of the skin


  1. Options for action following testing: If any animal displays evidence of exposure to Lumpy Skin Disease, the whole group shall be rejected for exportation to the EC.
  2. The goods descriptions in this Annex are those appearing in the Combined Nomenclature (OJ L 286, 28.10.2005), supplemented where necessary by a TARIC code.For the purposes of this Annex:(a) “high quality sweet oranges” shall mean oranges similar in variety characteristics, ripe, firm and of good shape, of at least good colour, of flexible unrotted structure, and without unhealed cracks in the skin, hard or dry skin, exanthemata, growth tears, contusions (except as caused by normal handling and packaging), damage caused by dryness or humidity, broad or emergent hispids, folds, scars, oil stains, scales, sun marks, dirt or other foreign matter, disease, insects or damage caused by machinery, movement or otherwise; a maximum of 15 % of the fruit in each consignment may not meet this specification, this percentage including at most 5 % of defects amounting to serious damage, and the latter percentage including at most 0,5 % rot; (b) “citrus hybrids known as “minneolas” ” shall mean citrus hybrids of the Minneola variety ( Citrus paradisi Macf.
  3. Use, as appropriate, the codes as appearing in Part 3.C of this Annex I identifying the diseases, that have been tested in accordance with the protocols of this Part 3.C or using tests for diseases requested by the Member State of destination.(10) In this case the health certificate has to be accompanied by the official document on quarantine and test conditions in Annex I, Part 1 to Decision 79/542/EEC (model “CAM”).(11) Officially tuberculosis/brucellosis free regions or herds recognised as equivalent to the requirements laid down in Annex A to Council Directive 64/432/EEC and which appear in column 6 of Part 1 of Annex I to Council Decision 79/542/EEC (as last amended), with the entry “VII”, as regards tuberculosis, “VIII”, as regards brucellosis.(12) Tests carried out in accordance with the protocols that, for the disease concerned, are described in Part 3.C of this Annex I. However for the tuberculin test a result of an increase in skin fold thickness of 2mm or more, or clinical signs of such as oedema, exudation, necrosis, pain and/or inflammation shall be deemed to be positive.(13) Date of loading.