A man accused of taking 12 Bennett's wallabies without a permit or prior authorisation will face a hearing in the Launceston Magistrates Court next year.
Andrew John Nutting, of Prospect Vale, has pleaded not guilty to 10 firearm and wildlife charges.
The 51-year-old, who appeared in the Magistrates Court on Friday, is accused of firing a .22 rifle and a t-bolt .17 HMR from Honeysuckle Road at Ross and having 12 wallabies in his possession on the night of September 22 last year.
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Among Mr Nutting's charges are a number of firearm safety breaches. It was alleged Mr Nutted failed to fit a trigger lock while a bolt was in the firearm and had ammunition loaded in a magazine.
Court documents also alleged Mr Nutting used a spotlight on a vehicle while on Honeysuckle Road.
Magistrate Sharon Cure bailed Mr Nutting to reappear on January 28.