Wow, really interesting question! My brain got all "We need to think this through, Watson", so here's our conclusion
I would argue that the answer is: You certainly could say that body language does not require talent on the unconscious level, because as Paul Watzlawick said: "One cannot not communicate" - as soon as you are physically present, you are expressing something.
However, body language seems to me somewhat misplaced on the list. And here's why: All the other items mentioned are yes-or-no qualities, which means they have no "scale" on which to measure improvement: you either have them or you don't and if you do, you cannot get better at them (if you are even more punctual, it's called being early...). Which is why these qualities do not require talent, because talent only comes into play when you can improve on something. However, you can improve your body language by making conscious choices about it, and here some talent (or rather hard work) might be required to achieve certain results. So, in my opinion, body language should start looking for another enumeration, where it fits in a little better.
(Just a sidenote: I believe the question itself is somewhat flawed: Because what does it mean that something "requires" talent? That you are completely unable to learn it if you are not talented? Certainly not. Maybe that you cannot reach a certain level of skill, if you do not have the talent. But there have been quite a few books on the topic lately, stating that you can certainly learn any skill if you dedicate enough time and effort to acquiring it.)