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Document 01997R0338-20080411

Consolidated text: Council Regulation (EC) No 338/97 of 9 December 1996 on the protection of species of wild fauna and flora by regulating trade therein

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COUNCIL REGULATION (EC) No 338/97

of 9 December 1996

on the protection of species of wild fauna and flora by regulating trade therein

(OJ L 061, 3.3.1997, p.1)

Amended by:

 

 

Official Journal

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date

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Commission Regulation (EC) No 938/97 of 26 May 1997

  L 140

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30.5.1997

 M2

Commission Regulation (EC) No 2307/97 of 18 November 1997

  L 325

1

27.11.1997

 M3

Commission Regulation (EC) No 2214/98 of 15 October 1998

  L 279

3

16.10.1998

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Commission Regulation (EC) No 1476/1999 of 6 July 1999

  L 171

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7.7.1999

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Commission Regulation (EC) No 2724/2000 of 30 November 2000

  L 320

1

18.12.2000

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Commission Regulation (EC) No 1579/2001 of 1 August 2001

  L 209

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2.8.2001

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Commission Regulation (EC) No 2476/2001 of 17 December 2001

  L 334

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18.12.2001

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Commission Regulation (EC) No 1497/2003 of 18 August 2003

  L 215

3

27.8.2003

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Regulation (EC) No 1882/2003 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 29 September 2003

  L 284

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31.10.2003

 M10

Commission Regulation (EC) No 834/2004 of 28 April 2004

  L 127

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29.4.2004

 M11

Commission Regulation (EC) No 1332/2005 of 9 August 2005

  L 215

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19.8.2005

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Commission Regulation (EC) No 318/2008 of 31 March 2008

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8.4.2008


Corrected by:

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Corrigendum, OJ L 298, 1.11.1997, p. 70  (338/97)




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COUNCIL REGULATION (EC) No 338/97

of 9 December 1996

on the protection of species of wild fauna and flora by regulating trade therein



THE COUNCIL OF THE EUROPEAN UNION,

Having regard to the Treaty establishing the European Community, and in particular Article 130s (1) thereof,

Having regard to the proposal from the Commission ( 1 ),

Having regard to the opinion of the Economic and Social Committee ( 2 ),

Acting in accordance with the procedure laid down in Article 189c of the Treaty ( 3 ),

(1)

Whereas Regulation (EEC) No 3626/82 ( 4 ) applies the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora in the Community with effect from 1 January 1984; whereas the purpose of the Convention is to protect endangered species of fauna and flora through controls on international trade in specimens of those species;

(2)

Whereas, in order to improve the protection of species of wild fauna and flora which are threatened by trade or likely to be so threatened, Regulation (EEC) No 3626/82 must be replaced by a Regulation taking account of the scientific knowledge acquired since its adoption and the current structure of trade; whereas, moreover, the abolition of controls at internal borders resulting from the Single Market necessitates the adoption of stricter trade control measures at the Community's external borders, with documents and goods being checked at the customs office at the border where they are introduced;

(3)

Whereas the provisions of this Regulation do not prejudice any stricter measures which may be taken or maintained by Member States, in compliance with the Treaty, in particular with regard to the holding of specimens of species covered by this Regulation;

(4)

Whereas it is necessary to lay down objective criteria for the inclusion of species of wild fauna and flora in the Annexes to this Regulation;

(5)

Whereas the implementation of this Regulation necessitates the application of common conditions for the issue, use and presentation of documents relating to authorization of the introduction into the Community and the export or re-export from the Community of specimens of the species covered by this Regulation; whereas it is necessary to lay down specific provisions relating to the transit of specimens through the Community;

(6)

Whereas it is for a management authority of the Member State of destination, assisted by the scientific authority of that Member State and, where appropriate, taking into account any opinion of the Scientific Review Group, to decide on the requests for introduction of specimens into the Community;

(7)

Whereas it is necessary to supplement the provisions on re-export with a consultation procedure, in order to limit the risk of infringement;

(8)

Whereas, in order to guarantee effective protection of species of wild fauna and flora, additional restrictions may be imposed on the introduction of specimens into, and the export thereof from, the Community; whereas, with regard to live specimens, these restrictions may be supplemented by restrictions at Community level on the holding or movement of such specimens within the Community;

(9)

Whereas it is necessary to lay down specific provisions applicable to captive-born and bred, or artificially propagated specimens, to specimens which are personal or household effects, and to non-commercial loans, donations or exchanges between registered scientists and scientific institutions;

(10)

Whereas there is a need, in order to ensure the broadest possible protection for species covered by this Regulation, to lay down provisions for controlling trade and movement of specimens within the Community, and the conditions for housing specimens; whereas the certificates issued under this Regulation, which contribute to controlling these activities, must be governed by common rules on their issue, validity and use;

(11)

Whereas measures should be taken to minimize the adverse effects on live specimens of transport to their destination, from or within the Community;

(12)

Whereas, to ensure effective controls and to facilitate customs procedures, customs offices should be designated, with trained personnel responsible for carrying out the necessary formalities and corresponding checks where specimens are introduced into the Community, in order to assign them a customs-approved treatment or use within the meaning of Council Regulation (EEC) No 2913/92 of 12 October 1992 establishing the Community Customs Code ( 5 ), or where they are exported or re-exported from the Community; whereas there should also be facilities guaranteeing that live specimens are adequately housed and cared for;

(13)

Whereas the implementation of this Regulation also calls for the designation of management and scientific authorities by the Member States;

(14)

Whereas informing the public and making them aware of the provisions of this Regulation, particularly at border crossing points, is likely to encourage compliance with these provisions;

(15)

Whereas, in order to ensure effective enforcement of this Regulation, Member States should closely monitor compliance with its provisions and, to that end, cooperate closely between themselves and with the Commission; whereas this requires the communication of information relating to the implementation of this Regulation;

(16)

Whereas the monitoring of levels of trade in the species of wild fauna and flora covered by this Regulation is of crucial importance for assessing the effects of trade on the conservation status of species; whereas detailed annual reports should be drawn up in a common format;

(17)

Whereas, in order to guarantee compliance with this Regulation, it is important that Member States impose sanctions for infringements in a manner which is both sufficient and appropriate to the nature and gravity of the infringement;

(18)

Whereas it is essential to lay down a Community procedure enabling the implementing provisions and amendments to the Annexes of this Regulation to be adopted within a suitable period; whereas a Committee must be set up to permit close and effective cooperation between the Member States and the Commission in this field;

(19)

Whereas the multitude of biological and ecological aspects to be considered in the implementation of this Regulation requires the setting up of a Scientific Review Group, whose opinions will be forwarded by the Commission to the Committee and the management bodies of the Member States, to assist them in making their decisions,

HAS ADOPTED THIS REGULATION:



Article 1

Object

The object of this Regulation is to protect species of wild fauna and flora and to guarantee their conservation by regulating trade therein in accordance with the following Articles.

This Regulation shall apply in compliance with the objectives, principles and provisions of the Convention defined in Article 2.

Article 2

Definitions

For the purposes of this Regulation:

(a) ‘Committee’ shall mean the Committee on Trade in Wild Fauna and Flora, established under Article 18;

(b) ‘Convention’ shall mean the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (Cites);

(c) ‘country of origin’ shall mean the country in which a specimen was taken from the wild, captive-bred or artificially propagated;

(d) ‘import notification’ shall mean the notification given by the importer or his agent or representative, at the time of the introduction into the Community of a specimen of a species included in Annexes C or D, on a form prescribed by the Commission in accordance with the procedure laid down in Article 18;

(e) ‘introduction from the sea’ shall mean the introduction into the Community of any specimen which was taken in, and is being introduced directly from, the marine environment not under the jurisdiction of any State, including the air-space above the sea and the sea-bed and subsoil beneath the sea;

(f) ‘issuance’ shall mean the completion of all procedures involved in preparing and validating a permit or certificate and its delivery to the applicant;

(g) ‘management authority’ shall mean a national administrative authority designated, in the case of a Member State, in accordance with Article 13(1)(a) or, in the case of a third country party to the Convention, in accordance with Article IX of the Convention;

(h) ‘Member State of destination’ shall mean the Member State of destination mentioned in the document used to export or re-export a specimen; in the event of introduction from the sea, it shall mean the Member State within whose jurisdiction the place of destination of a specimen lies;

(i) ‘offering for sale’ shall mean offering for sale and any action that may reasonably be construed as such, including advertising or causing to be advertised for sale and invitation to treat;

(j) ‘personal or household effects’ shall mean dead specimens, parts and derivatives thereof, that are the belongings of a private individual and that form, or are intended to form, part of his normal goods and chattels;

(k) ‘place of destination’ shall mean the place at which at the time of introduction into the Community, it is intended that specimens will normally be kept; in the case of live specimens, this shall be the first place where specimens are intended to be kept following any period of quarantine or other confinement for the purposes of sanitary checks and controls;

(l) ‘population’ shall mean a biologically or geographically distinct total number of individuals;

(m) ‘primarily commercial purposes’ shall mean all purposes the non-commercial aspects of which do not clearly predominate;

(n) ‘re-export from the Community’ shall mean export from the Community of any specimen that has previously been introduced;

(o) ‘reintroduction into the Community’ shall mean introduction into the Community of any specimen that has previously been exported or re-exported;

(p) ‘sale’ shall mean any form of sale. For the purposes of this Regulation, hire, barter or exchange shall be regarded as sale; cognate expressions shall be similarly construed;

(q) ‘scientific authority’ shall mean a scientific authority designated, in the case of a Member State, in accordance with Article 13(1)(b) or, in the case of a third country party to the Convention, in accordance with Article IX of the Convention;

(r) ‘Scientific Review Group’ shall mean the consultative body established under Article 17;

(s) ‘species’ shall mean a species, subspecies or population thereof;

(t) ‘specimen’ shall mean any animal or plant, whether alive or dead, of the species listed in Annexes A to D, any part or derivative thereof, whether or not contained in other goods, as well as any other goods which appear from an accompanying document, the packaging or a mark or label, or from any other circumstances, to be or to contain parts or derivatives of animals or plants of those species, unless such parts or derivatives are specifically exempted from the provisions of this Regulation or from the provisions relating to the Annex in which the species concerned is listed by means of an indication to that effect in the Annexes concerned.

A specimen will be considered to be a specimen of a species listed in Annexes A to D if it is, or is part of or derived from, an animal or plant at least one of whose ‘parents’ is of a species so listed. In cases where the ‘parents’ of such an animal or plant are of species listed in different Annexes, or of species only one of which is listed, the provisions of the more restrictive Annex shall apply. However, in the case of specimens of hybrid plants, if one of the ‘parents’ is of a species listed in Annex A, the provisions of the more restrictive Annex shall apply only if that species is annotated to that effect in the Annex;

(u) ‘trade’ shall mean the introduction into the Community, including introduction from the sea, and the export and re-export therefrom, as well as the use, movement and transfer of possession within the Community, including within a Member State, of specimens subject to the provisions of this Regulation;

(v) ‘transit’ shall mean the transport of specimens between two points outside the Community through the territory of the Community which are shipped to a named consignee and during which any interruption in the movement arises only from the arrangements necessitated by this form of traffic;

(w) ‘worked specimens that were acquired more than 50 years previously’ shall mean specimens that were significantly altered from their natural raw state for jewellery, adornment, art, utility, or musical instruments, more than 50 years before the entry into force of this Regulation and that have been, to the satisfaction of the management authority of the Member State concerned, acquired in such conditions. Such specimens shall be considered as worked only if they are clearly in one of the aforementioned categories and require no further carving, crafting or manufacture to effect their purpose;

(x) ‘checks at the time of introduction, export, re-export and transit’ shall mean documentary checks on the certificates, permits and notifications provided for in this Regulation and — in cases where Community provisions so provide or in other cases by representative sampling of the consignments — examination of the specimens, where appropriate accompanied by the taking of samples with a view to analysis or more detailed checks.

Article 3

Scope

1.  Annex A shall contain:

(a) the species listed in Appendix I to the Convention for which the Member States have not entered a reservation;

(b) any species:

(i) which is, or may be, in demand for utilization in the Community or for international trade and which is either threatened with extinction or so rare that any level of trade would imperil the survival of the species;

or

(ii) which is in a genus of which most of the species or which is a species of which most of the subspecies are listed in Annex A in accordance with the criteria in subparagraphs (a) or (b)(i) and whose listing in the Annex is essential for the effective protection of those taxa.

2.  Annex B shall contain:

(a) the species listed in Appendix II to the Convention, other than those listed in Annex A, for which the Member States have not entered a reservation;

(b) the species listed in Appendix I to the Convention for which a reservation has been entered;

(c) any other species not listed in Appendices I or II to the Convention:

(i) which is subject to levels of international trade that might not be compatible:

 with its survival or with the survival of populations in certain countries, or

 with the maintenance of the total population at a level consistent with the role of the species in the ecosystems in which it occurs:

or

(ii) whose listing in the Annex for reasons of similarity in appearance to other species listed in Annex A or Annex B, is essential in order to ensure the effectiveness of controls on trade in specimens of such species;

(d) species in relation to which it has been established that the introduction of live specimens into the natural habitat of the Community would constitute an ecological threat to wild species of fauna and flora indigenous to the Community.

3.  Annex C shall contain:

(a) the species listed in Appendix III to the Convention, other than those listed in Annexes A or B, for which the Member States have not entered a reservation;

(b) the species listed in Appendix II to the Convention for which a reservation has been entered.

4.  Annex D shall contain:

(a) species not listed in Annexes A to C which are imported into the Community in such numbers as to warrant monitoring;

(b) the species listed in Appendix III to the Convention for which a reservation has been entered.

5.  Where the conservation status of species covered by this Regulation warrants their inclusion in one of the Appendices to the Convention, the Member States shall contribute to the necessary amendments.

Article 4

Introduction into the Community

1.  The introduction into the Community of specimens of the species listed in Annex A shall be subject to completion of the necessary checks and the prior presentation, at the border customs office at the point of introduction, of an import permit issued by a management authority of the Member State of destination.

The import permit may be issued only in accordance with the restrictions established pursuant to paragraph 6 and when the following conditions have been met:

(a) the competent scientific authority, after considering any opinion by the Scientific Review Group, has advised that the introduction into the Community:

(i) would not have a harmful effect on the conservation status of the species or on the extent of the territory occupied by the relevant population of the species;

(ii) is taking place:

 for one of the purposes referred to in Article 8(3)(e), (f) and (g), or

 for other purposes which are not detrimental to the survival of the species concerned;

(b) 

(i) the applicant provides documentary evidence that the specimens have been obtained in accordance with the legislation on the protection of the species concerned which, in the case of import from a third country of specimens of a species listed in the Appendices to the Convention, shall be an export permit or re-export certificate, or copy thereof, issued in accordance with the Convention by a competent authority of the country of export or re-export;

(ii) however, the issuance of import permits for species listed in Annex A in accordance with Article 3(1)(a) shall not require such documentary evidence, but the original of any such import permit shall be withheld from the applicant pending presentation of the export permit or re-export certificate;

(c) the competent scientific authority is satisfied that the intended accommodation for a live specimen at the place of destination is adequately equipped to conserve and care for it properly;

(d) the management authority is satisfied that the specimen is not to be used for primarily commercial purposes;

(e) the management authority is satisfied, following consultation with the competent scientific authority, that there are no other factors relating to the conservation of the species which militate against issuance of the import permit; and

(f) in the case of introduction from the sea, the management authority is satisfied that any live specimen will be so prepared and shipped as to minimize the risk of injury, damage to health or cruel treatment.

2.  The introduction into the Community of specimens of the species listed in Annex B shall be subject to completion of the necessary checks and the prior presentation, at the border customs office at the point of introduction, of an import permit issued by a management authority of the Member State of destination.

The import permit may be issued only in accordance with the restrictions established pursuant to paragraph 6 and when:

(a) the competent scientific authority, after examining available data and considering any opinion from the Scientific Review Group, is of the opinion that the introduction into the Community would not have a harmful effect on the conservation status of the species or on the extent of the territory occupied by the relevant population of the species, taking account of the current or anticipated level of trade. This opinion shall be valid for subsequent imports as long as the abovementioned aspects have not changed significantly;

(b) the applicant provides documentary evidence that the intended accommodation for a live specimen at the place of destination is adequately equipped to conserve and care for it properly;

(c) the conditions referred to in paragraph 1(b)(i), (e) and (f) have been met.

3.  The introduction into the Community of specimens of the species listed in Annex C shall be subject to completion of the necessary checks and the prior presentation, at the border customs office at the point of introduction, of an import notification and:

(a) in the case of export from a country mentioned in relation to the species concerned in Annex C, the applicant shall provide documentary evidence, by means of an export permit issued in accordance with the Convention by an authority of that country competent for the purpose, that the specimens have been obtained in accordance with the national legislation on the conservation of the species concerned; or

(b) in the case of export from a country not mentioned in relation to the species concerned in Annex C or re-export from any country, the applicant shall present an export permit, a re-export certificate or a certificate of origin issued in accordance with the Convention by an authority of the exporting or re-exporting country competent for the purpose.

4.  The introduction into the Community of specimens of the species listed in Annex D shall be subject to completion of the necessary checks and the prior presentation of an import notification at the border customs office at the point of introduction.

5.  The conditions for the issuance of an import permit as referred to in paragraph 1(a) and (d) and in paragraph 2(a), (b) and (c) shall not apply to specimens for which the applicant provides documentary evidence:

(a) that they had previously been legally introduced into or acquired in the Community and that they are, modified or not, being reintroduced into the Community; or

(b) that they are worked specimens that were acquired more than 50 years previously.

6.  In consultation with the countries of origin concerned, in accordance with the procedure laid down in Article 18 and taking account of any opinion from the Scientific Review Group, the Commission may establish general restrictions, or restrictions relating to certain countries of origin, on the introduction into the Community:

(a) on the basis of the conditions referred to in paragraph 1(a)(i) or (e), of specimens of species listed in Annex A;

(b) on the basis of the conditions referred to in paragraph 1(e) or paragraph 2(a), of specimens of species listed in Annex B; and

(c) of live specimens of species listed in Annex B which have a high mortality rate during shipment or for which it has been established that they are unlikely to survive in captivity for a considerable proportion of their potential life span; or

(d) of live specimens of species for which it has been established that their introduction into the natural environment of the Community presents an ecological threat to wild species of fauna and flora indigenous to the Community.

The Commission shall on a quarterly basis publish a list of such restrictions, if any, in the Official Journal of the European Communities.

7.  Where special cases of transhipment, air transfer or rail transport occur following introduction into the Community, derogations from completion of the checks and presentations of import documents at the border customs office at the point of introduction which are referred to in paragraphs 1 to 4 shall be granted in accordance with the procedure laid down in Article 18, in order to permit such checks and presentations to be made at another customs office designated in accordance with Article 12 (1).

Article 5

Export or re-export from the Community

1.  The export or re-export from the Community of specimens of the species listed in Annex A shall be subject to completion of the necessary checks and the prior presentation, at the customs office at which the export formalities are completed, of an export permit or re-export certificate issued by a management authority of the Member State in which the specimens are located.

2.  An export permit for specimens of the species listed in Annex A may be issued only when the following conditions have been met:

(a) the competent scientific authority has advised in writing that the capture or collection of the specimens in the wild or their export will not have a harmful effect on the conservation status of the species or on the extent of the territory occupied by the relevant population of the species;

(b) the applicant provides documentary evidence that the specimens have been obtained in accordance with the legislation in force on the protection of the species in question; where the application is made to a Member State other than the Member State of origin, such documentary evidence shall be furnished by means of a certificate stating that the specimen was taken from the wild in accordance with the legislation in force on its territory;

(c) the management authority is satisfied that:

(i) any live specimen will be so prepared and shipped as to minimize the risk of injury, damage to health or cruel treatment; and

(ii) 

 the specimens of species not listed in Annex I to the Convention will not be used for primarily commercial purposes, or

 in the case of export to a State party to the Convention of specimens of the species referred to in Article 3(1)(a) of this Regulation, an import permit has been issued;

and

(d) the management authority of the Member State is satisfied, following consultation with the competent scientific authority, that there are no other factors relating to the conservation of the species which militate against issuance of the export permit.

3.  A re-export certificate may be issued only when the conditions referred to in paragraph 2 (c) and (d) have been met and when the applicant provides documentary evidence that the specimens:

(a) were introduced into the Community in accordance with the provisions of this Regulation;

(b) if introduced into the Community before the entry into force of this Regulation, were introduced in accordance with the provisions of Regulation (EEC) No 3626/82; or

(c) if introduced into the Community before 1984, entered international trade in accordance with the provisions of the Convention; or

(d) were legally introduced into the territory of a Member State before the provisions of the Regulations referred to in (a) and (b) or of the Convention became applicable to them, or became applicable in that Member State.

4.  The export or re-export from the Community of specimens of the species listed in Annexes B and C shall be subject to completion of the necessary checks and the prior presentation, at the customs office at which the export formalities are completed, of an export permit or re-export certificate issued by a management authority of the Member State in whose territory the specimens are located.

An export permit may be issued only when the conditions referred to in paragraph 2 (a), (b), (c) (i) and (d) have been met.

A re-export certificate may be issued only when the conditions referred to in paragraph 2 (c) (i) and (d) and in paragraph 3 (a) to (d) have been met.

5.  Where an application for a re-export certificate concerns specimens introduced into the Community under an import permit issued by another Member State, the management authority must first consult the management authority which issued the permit. The consultation procedures and the cases in which consultation is necessary shall be established in accordance with the procedure laid down in Article 18.

6.  The conditions for the issuance of an export permit or re-export certificate as referred to in paragraph 2 (a) and (c) (ii) shall not apply to:

(i) worked specimens that were acquired more than 50 years previously; or

(ii) dead specimens and parts and derivatives thereof for which the applicant provides documentary evidence that they were legally acquired before the provisions of this Regulation, or of Regulation (EEC) No 3626/82 or of the Convention became applicable to them.

7.  

(a) The competent scientific authority in each Member State shall monitor the issuance of export permits by that Member State for specimens of species listed in Annex B and actual exports of such specimens. Whenever such scientific authority determines that the export of specimens of any such species should be limited in order to maintain that species throughout its range at a level consistent with its role in the ecosystem in which it occurs, and well above the level at which that species might become eligible for inclusion in Annex A in accordance with Article 3 (1) (a) or (b) (i), the scientific authority shall advise the competent management authority, in writing, of suitable measures to be taken to limit the issuance of export permits for specimens of that species

(b) Whenever a management authority is advised of the measures referred to in (a), it shall inform and send comments to the Commission which shall, if appropriate, recommend restrictions on exports of the species concerned in accordance with the procedure laid down in Article 18.

Article 6

Rejection of applications for permits and certificates referred to in Articles 4, 5 and 10

1.  When a Member State rejects an application for a permit or certificate in a case of significance in respect of the objectives of this Regulation, it shall immediately inform the Commission of the rejection and of the reasons for rejection.

2.  The Commission shall communicate information received in accordance with paragraph 1 to the other Member States in order to ensure uniform application of this Regulation.

3.  When an application is made for a permit or certificate relating to specimens for which such an application has previously been rejected, the applicant must inform the competent authority to which the application is submitted of the previous rejection.

4.  

(a) Member States shall recognize the rejection of applications by the competent authorities of the other Member States, where such rejection is based on the provisions of this Regulation.

(b) However, this need not apply where the circumstances have significantly changed or where new evidence to support an application has become available. In such cases, if a management authority issues a permit or certificate, it shall inform the Commission thereof, stating the reasons for issuance.

Article 7

Derogations

1.  Specimens born and bred in captivity or artificially propagated

(a) Save where Article 8 applies, specimens of species listed in Annex A that have been born and bred in captivity or artificially propagated shall be treated in accordance with the provisions applicable to specimens of species listed in Annex B.

(b) In the case of artificially propagated plants, the provisions of Articles 4 and 5 may be waived under special conditions laid down by the Commission, relating to:

(i) the use of phytosanitary certificates;

(ii) trade by registered commercial traders and by the scientific institutions referred to in paragraph 4 of this Article; and

(iii) trade in hybrids.

(c) The criteria for determining whether a specimen has been born and bred in captivity or artificially propagated and whether for commercial purposes, as well as the special conditions referred to in (b), shall be specified by the Commission in accordance with the procedure laid down in Article 18.

2.  Transit

(a) By way of derogation from Article 4, where a specimen is in transit through the Community, checks and presentation at the border customs office at the point of introduction of the prescribed permits, certificates and notifications shall not be required.

(b) In the case of species listed in the Annexes in accordance with Article 3 (1) and Article 3 (2) (a) and (b), the derogation referred to in (a) shall apply only where a valid export or re-export document provided for by the Convention, relating to the specimens that it accompanies and specifying the destination of the specimens, has been issued by the competent authorities of the exporting or re-exporting third country.

(c) If the document referred to in (b) has not been issued before export or re-export, the specimen must be seized and may, where applicable, be confiscated unless the document is submitted retrospectively in compliance with the conditions specified by the Commission in accordance with the procedure laid down in Article 18.

3.  Personal and household effects

By way of derogation from Articles 4 and 5, the provisions therein shall not apply to dead specimens, parts and derivatives of species listed in Annexes A to D which are personal or household effects being introduced into the Community, or exported or re-exported therefrom, in compliance with provisions that shall be specified by the Commission in accordance with the procedure laid down in Article 18.

4.  Scientific institutions

The documents referred to in Articles 4, 5, 8 and 9 shall not be required in the case of non-commercial loans, donations and exchanges between scientists and scientific institutions, registered by the management authorities of the States in which they are located, of herbarium specimens and other preserved, dried or embedded museum specimens, and of live plant material, bearing a label, the model for which has been determined in accordance with the procedure laid down in Article 18 or a similar label issued or approved by a management authority of a third country.

Article 8

Provisions relating to the control of commercial activities

1.  The purchase, offer to purchase, acquisition for commercial purposes, display to the public for commercial purposes, use for commercial gain and sale, keeping for sale, offering for sale or transporting for sale of specimens of the species listed in Annex A shall be prohibited.

2.  Member States may prohibit the holding of specimens, in particular live animals of the species listed in Annex A.

3.  In accordance with the requirements of other Community legislation on the conservation of wild fauna and flora, exemption from the prohibitions referred to in paragraph 1 may be granted by issuance of a certificate to that effect by a management authority of the Member State in which the specimens are located, on a case-by-case basis where the specimens:

(a) were acquired in, or were introduced into, the Community before the provisions relating to species listed in Appendix I to the Convention or in Annex C1 to Regulation (EEC) No 3626/82 or in Annex A became applicable to the specimens; or

(b) are worked specimens that were acquired more than 50 years previously; or

(c) were introduced into the Community in compliance with the provisions of this Regulation and are to be used for purposes which are not detrimental to the survival of the species concerned; or

(d) are captive-born and bred specimens of an animal species or artificially propagated specimens of a plant species or are parts or derivatives of such specimens; or

(e) are required under exceptional circumstances for the advancement of science or for essential biomedical purposes pursuant to Council Directive 86/609/EEC of 24 November 1986 on the approximation of laws, regulations and administrative provisions of the Member States regarding the protection of animals used for experimental and other scientific purposes ( 6 ) where the species in question proves to be the only one suitable for those purposes and where there are no specimens of the species which have been born and bred in captivity; or

(f) are intended for breeding or propagation purposes from which conservation benefits will accrue to the species concerned; or

(g) are intended for research or education aimed at the preservation or conservation of the species; or

(h) originate in a Member State and were taken from the wild in accordance with the legislation in force in that Member State.

4.  General derogations from the prohibitions referred to in paragraph 1 based on the conditions referred to in paragraph 3, as well as general derogations with regard to species listed in Annex A in accordance with Article 3 (1) (b) (ii) may be defined by the Commission in accordance with the procedure laid down in Article 18. Any such derogations must be in accordance with the requirements of other Community legislation on the conservation of wild fauna and flora.

5.  The prohibitions referred to in paragraph 1 shall also apply to specimens of the species listed in Annex B except where it can be proved to the satisfaction of the competent authority of the Member State concerned that such specimens were acquired and, if they originated outside the Community, were introduced into it, in accordance with the legislation in force for the conservation of wild fauna and flora.

6.  The competent authorities of the Member States shall have discretion to sell any specimen of the species listed in Annexes B to D they have confiscated under this Regulation, provided that it is not thus returned directly to the person or entity from whom it was confiscated or who was party to the offence. Such specimens may then be treated for all purposes as if they had been legally acquired.

Article 9

Movement of live specimens

1.  Any movement within the Community of a live specimen of a species listed in Annex A from the location indicated in the import permit or in any certificate issued in compliance with this Regulation shall require prior authorization from a management authority of the Member State in which the specimen is located. In other cases of movement, the person responsible for moving the specimen must be able, where applicable, to provide proof of the legal origin of the specimen.

2.  Such authorization shall:

(a) be granted only when the competent scientific authority of such Member State or, where the movement is to another Member State, the competent scientific authority of the latter, is satisfied that the intended accommodation for a live specimen at the place of destination is adequately equipped to conserve and care for it properly;

(b) be confirmed by issuance of a certificate; and

(c) where applicable, be immediately communicated to a management authority of the Member State in which the specimen is to be located.

3.  However, no such authorization shall be required if a live animal must be moved for the purpose of urgent veterinary treatment and is returned directly to its authorized location.

4.  Where a live specimen of a species listed in Annex B is moved within the Community, the holder of the specimen may relinquish it only after ensuring that the intended recipient is adequately informed of the accommodation, equipment and practices required to ensure the specimen will be properly cared for.

5.  When any live specimens are transported into, from or within the Community or are held during any period of transit or transhipment, they shall be prepared, moved and cared for in a manner such as to minimize the risk of injury, damage to health or cruel treatment and, in the case of animals, in conformity with Community legislation on the protection of animals during transport.

6.  Under the procedure laid down in Article 18, the Commission may establish restrictions on the holding or movement of live specimens of species in relation to which restrictions on introduction into the Community have been established in accordance with Article 4 (6).

Article 10

Certificates to be issued

On receiving an application, together with all the requisite supporting documents, from the person concerned and provided that all the conditions governing their issuance have been fulfilled, a management authority of a Member State may issue a certificate for the purposes referred to in Article 5 (2) (b), 5 (3) and (4), Article 8 (3) and Article 9 (2) (b).

Article 11

Validity of and special conditions for permits and certificates

1.  Without prejudice to stricter measures which the Member States may adopt or maintain, permits and certificates issued by the competent authorities of the Member States in accordance with this Regulation shall be valid throughout the Community.

2.  

(a) However, any such permit or certificate, as well as any permit or certificate issued on the basis of it, shall be deemed void if a competent authority or the Commission, in consultation with the competent authority which issued the permit or certificate, establishes that it was issued on the false premise that the conditions for its issuance were met.

(b) Specimens situated in the territory of a Member State and covered by such documents shall be seized by the competent authorities of that Member State and may be confiscated.

3.  Any permit or certificate issued in accordance with this Regulation may stipulate conditions and requirements imposed by the issuing authority to ensure compliance with the provisions thereof. Where such conditions or requirements need to be incorporated in the design of permits or certificates, Member States shall inform the Commission thereof.

4.  Any import permit issued on the basis of a copy of the corresponding export permit or re-export certificate shall be valid for the introduction of specimens into the Community only when accompanied by the original of the valid export permit or re-export certificate.

5.  The Commission shall establish time limits for the issuance of permits and certificates in accordance with the procedure laid down in Article 18.

Article 12

Places of introduction and export

1.  Member States shall designate customs offices for carrying out the checks and formalities for the introduction into and export from the Community, in order to assign to them a customs-approved treatment or use, within the meaning of Regulation (EEC) No 2913/92, of specimens of species covered by this Regulation and shall state which offices are specifically intended to deal with live specimens.

2.  All offices designated in accordance with paragraph 1 shall be provided with sufficient and adequately trained staff. Member States shall ensure that accommodation is provided in accordance with relevant Community legislation as regards the transport and accommodation of live animals and that, where necessary, adequate steps are taken for live plants.

3.  All offices designated in accordance with paragraph 1 shall be notified to the Commission which shall publish a list of them in the Official Journal of the European Communities.

4.  In exceptional cases and in accordance with criteria defined under the procedure laid down in Article 18, a management authority may authorize the introduction into the Community or the export or re-export therefrom at a customs office other than one designated in accordance with paragraph 1.

5.  Member States shall ensure that at border crossing-points the public are informed of the implementing provisions of this Regulation.

Article 13

Management and scientific authorities and other competent authorities

1.  

(a) Each Member State shall designate a management authority with primary responsibility for implementation of this Regulation and for communication with the Commission:

(b) Each Member State may also designate additional management authorities and other competent authorities to assist in implementation, in which case the primary management authority shall be responsible for providing the additional authorities with all the information required for correct application of this Regulation.

2.  Each Member State shall designate one or more scientific authorities with appropriate qualifications whose duties shall be separate from those of any designated management authority.

3.  

(a) Not later than three months before the date of application of this Regulation, Member States shall forward the names and addresses of the designated management authorities, other authorities competent to issue permits or certificates and scientific authorities to the Commission, which shall publish this information in the Official Journal of the European Communities within a month.

(b) Each management authority referred to in paragraph 1 (a) shall, if so requested by the Commission, communicate to it within two months the names and specimen signatures of people authorized to sign permits or certificates, and impressions of the stamps, seals or other devices used to authenticate permits or certificates.

(c) Member States shall communicate to the Commission any changes in the information already provided, not later than two months after the implementation of such change.

Article 14

Monitoring of compliance and investigation of infringements

1.  

(a) The competent authorities of the Member States shall monitor compliance with the provisions of this Regulation.

(b) If, at any time, the competent authorities have reason to believe that these provisions are being infringed, they shall take the appropriate steps to ensure compliance or to instigate legal action.

(c) Member States shall inform the Commission and, in the case of species listed in the Appendices to the Convention, the Convention Secretariat of any steps taken by the competent authorities in relation to significant infringements of this Regulation, including seizures and confiscations.

2.  The Commission shall draw the attention of the competent authorities of the Member States to matters whose investigation it considers necessary under this Regulation. Member States shall inform the Commission and, in the case of species listed in the Appendices to the Convention, the Convention Secretariat of the outcome of any subsequent investigation.

3.  

(a) An enforcement group shall be established consisting of the representatives of each Member State's authorities with responsibility for ensuring the implementation of the provisions of this Regulation. The group shall be chaired by the representative of the Commission.

(b) The enforcement group shall examine any technical question relating to the enforcement of this Regulation raised by the chairman, either on his own initiative or at the request of the members of the group or the committee.

(c) The Commission shall convey the opinions expressed in the enforcement group to the committee.

Article 15

Communication of information

1.  The Member States and the Commission shall communicate to one another the information necessary for implementing this Regulation.

The Member States and the Commission shall ensure that the necessary steps are taken to make the public aware and inform it of the provisions regarding implementation of the Convention and of this Regulation and of the latter's implementing measures.

2.  The Commission shall communicate with the Convention Secretariat so as to ensure that the Convention is effectively implemented throughout the territory to which this Regulation applies.

3.  The Commission shall immediately communicate any advice from the Scientific Review Group to the management authorities of the Member States concerned.

4.  

(a) The management authorities of the Member States shall communicate to the Commission before 15 June each year all the information relating to the preceding year required for drawing up the reports referred to in Article VIII.7 (a) of the Convention and equivalent information on international trade in all specimens of species listed in Annexes A, B and C and on introduction into the Community of specimens of species listed in Annex D. The information to be communicated and the format for its presentation shall be specified by the Commission in accordance with the procedure laid down in Article 18.

(b) On the basis of the information referred to in (a), the Commission shall publish before 31 October each year a statistical report on the introduction into, and the export and re-export from, the Community of specimens of the species to which this Regulation applies and shall forward to the Convention Secretariat information on the species to which the Convention applies.

(c) Without prejudice to Article 20, the management authorities of the Member States shall, before 15 June of each second year, and for the first time in 1999, communicate to the Commission all the information relating to the preceding two years required for drawing up the reports referred to in Article VIII.7 (b) of the Convention and equivalent information on the provisions of this Regulation that fall outside the scope of the Convention. The information to be communicated and the format for its presentation shall be specified by the Commission in accordance with the procedure laid down in Article 18.

(d) On the basis of the information referred to in (c), the Commission shall, before 31 October of each second year, and for the first time in 1999, draw up a report on the implementation and enforcement of this Regulation.

5.  With a view to the preparation of amendments to the Annexes, the competent authorities of the Member States shall forward all relevant information to the Commission. The Commission shall specify the information required, in accordance with the procedure laid down in Article 18.

►C1  6.  Without prejudice to Council Directive 90/313/EEC ◄ of 7 June 1990 on the freedom of access to information on the environment ( 7 ), the Commission shall take appropriate measures to protect the confidentiality of information obtained in implementation of this Regulation.

Article 16

Sanctions

1.  Member States shall take appropriate measures to ensure the imposition of sanctions for at least the following infringements of this Regulation:

(a) introduction into, or export or re-export from, the Community of specimens without the appropriate permit or certificate or with a false, falsified or invalid permit or certificate or one altered without authorization by the issuing authority;

(b) failure to comply with the stipulations specified on a permit or certificate issued in accordance with this Regulation;

(c) making a false declaration or knowingly providing false information in order to obtain a permit or certificate;

(d) using a false, falsified or invalid permit or certificate or one altered without authorization as a basis for obtaining a Community permit or certificate or for any other official purpose in connection with this Regulation;

(e) making no import notification or a false import notification;

(f) shipment of live specimens not properly prepared so as to minimize the risk of injury, damage to health or cruel treatment;

(g) use of specimens of species listed in Annex A other than in accordance with the authorization given at the time of issuance of the import permit or subsequently;

(h) trade in artificially propagated plants contrary to the provisions laid down in accordance with Article 7(1)(b);

(i) shipment of specimens into or out of or in transit through the territory of the Community without the appropriate permit or certificate issued in accordance with this Regulation and, in the case of export or re-export from a third country party to the Convention, in accordance therewith, or without satisfactory proof of the existence of such permit or certificate;

(j) purchase, offer to purchase, acquisition for commercial purposes, use for commercial gain, display to the public for commercial purposes, sale, keeping for sale, offering for sale or transporting for sale of specimens in contravention of Article 8;

(k) use of a permit or certificate for any specimen other than one for which it was issued;

(l) falsification or alteration of any permit or certificate issued in accordance with this Regualation;

(m) failure to disclose rejection of an application for a Community import, export or re-export permit or certificate, in accordance with Article 6 (3).

2.  The measures referred to in paragraph 1 shall be appropriate to the nature and gravity of the infringement and shall include provisions relating to the seizure and, where appropriate, confiscation of specimens.

3.  Where a specimen is confiscated, it shall be entrusted to a competent authority of the Member State of confiscation which:

(a) following consultation with a scientific authority of that Member State, shall place or otherwise dispose of the specimen under conditions which it deems to be appropriate and consistent with the purposes and provisions of the Convention and this Regulation; and

(b) in the case of a live specimen which has been introduced into the Community, may, after consultation with the State of export, return the specimen to that State at the expense of the convicted person.

4.  Where a live specimen of a species listed in Annex B or C arrives at a point of introduction into the Community without the appropriate valid permit or certificate, the specimen must be seized and may be confiscated or, if the consignee refuses to acknowledge the specimen, the competent authorities of the Member State responsible for the point of introduction may, if appropriate, refuse to accept the shipment and require the carrier to return the specimen to its place of departure.

Article 17

The Scientific Review Group

1.  A Scientific Review Group is hereby established, consisting of the representatives of each Member State's scientific authority or authorities and chaired by the representative of the Commission.

2.  

(a) The Scientific Review Group shall examine any scientific question relating to the application of this Regulation — in particular concerning Article 4 (1) (a), (2) (a) and (6) — raised by the chairman, either on his own initiative or at the request of the members of the Group or the Committee.

(b) The Commission shall convey the opinions of the Scientific Review Group to the Committee.

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Article 18

1.  The Commission shall be assisted by a committee.

2.  Where reference is made to this Article, Articles 5 and 7 of Decision 1999/468/EC ( 8 ) shall apply, having regard to the provisions of Article 8 thereof.

The period laid down in Article 5(6) of Decision 1999/468/EC shall be set at three months. As regards the Committee's tasks referred to in points 1 and 2 of Article 19, if, on the expiry of a period of three months from the date of referral to the Council, the Council has not acted, the proposed measures shall be adopted by the Commission.

3.  The Committee shall adopt its rules of procedure.

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Article 19

In accordance with the procedure laid down in Article 18, the Commission shall:

1. lay down uniform conditions and criteria for:

(i) the issue, validity and use of the documents referred to in Articles 4, 5, 7 (4) and 10; it shall determine the design thereof;

(ii) the use of phytosanitary certificates; and

(iii) the establishment of procedures, where necessary, for marking specimens in order to facilitate identification and ensure enforcement of the provisions;

2. adopt the measures referred to in Article 4 (6) and (7), Article 5 (5) and (7) (b), Article 7 (1) (c), (2) (c) and (3), Article 8 (4), Article 9 (6), Article 11 (5), Article 15 (4) (a), (c) and (5) and Article 21 (3);

3. amend Annexes A to D except in the case of amendments to Annex A which do not result from decisions of the Conference of the Parties to the Convention;

4. adopt, where necessary, additional measures to implement resolutions of the Conference of the Parties to the Convention, decisions or recommendations of the Standing Committee of the Convention and recommendations of the Convention Secretariat.

Article 20

Final provisions

Each Member State shall notify the Commission and the Convention Secretariat of the provisions which it adopts specifically for the implementation of this Regulation and of all legal instruments used and measures taken for its implementation and enforcement.

The Commission shall communicate this information to the other Member States.

Article 21

1.  Regulation (EEC) No 3626/82 is hereby repealed.

2.  Until the measures provided for in points 1 and 2 of Article 19 have been adopted, Member States may maintain or continue to apply the measures adopted in accordance with Regulation (EEC) No 3626/82 and Commission Regulation (EEC) No 3418/83 of 28 November 1983 laying down provisions for the uniform issue and use of the documents required for the implementation in the Community of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora ( 9 ).

3.  Two months before this Regulation is implemented the Commission, in accordance with the procedure laid down in Article 18 and in consultation with the Scientific Review Group:

(a) must check that there is no justification for restrictions on the introduction into the Community of the species listed in Annex C1 to Regulation (EEC) No 3626/82 which are not included in Annex A to this Regulation;

(b) shall adopt a Regulation amending Annex D into a representative list of species meeting the criteria laid down in Article 3 (4) (a).

Article 22

This Regulation shall enter into force on the date of its publication in the Official Journal of the European Communities.

It shall apply from 1 June 1997.

Articles 12, 13, 14 (3), 16, 17, 18, 19 and 21(3) shall apply from the date of entry into force of this Regulation.

This Regulation shall be binding in its entirety and directly applicable in all Member States.

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ANNEX

Notes on interpretation of Annexes A, B, C and D

1. Species included in these Annexes A, B, C and D are referred to:

(a) by the name of the species; or

(b) as being all of the species included in a higher taxon or designated part thereof.

2. The abbreviation ‘spp.’ is used to denote all species of a higher taxon.

3. Other references to taxa higher than species are for the purposes of information or classification only.

4. Species printed in bold in Annex A are listed there in consistency with their protection as provided for by Council Directive 79/409/EEC (Birds Directive) or Council Directive 92/43/EEC (Habitats Directive).

5. The following abbreviations are used for plant taxa below the level of species:

(a) ‘ssp.’ is used to denote subspecies;

(b) ‘var(s).’ is used to denote variety (varieties); and

(c) ‘fa’ is used to denote forma.

6. The symbols ‘(I)’, ‘(II)’ and ‘(III)’ placed against the name of a species or higher taxon refer to the Appendices of the Convention in which the species concerned are listed as indicated in notes 7 to 9. Where none of these annotations appears, the species concerned are not listed in the Appendices to the Convention.

7. (I) against the name of a species or higher taxon indicates that the species or higher taxon concerned is included in Appendix I to the Convention.

8. (II) against the name of a species or higher taxon indicates that the species or higher taxon concerned is included in Appendix II to the Convention.

9. (III) against the name of a species or higher taxon indicates that it is included in Appendix III to the Convention. In this case the country with respect to which the species or higher taxon is included in Appendix III is also indicated.

10. Hybrids may be specifically included in the Appendices but only if they form distinct and stable populations in the wild. Hybrid animals that have in their previous four generations of the lineage one or more specimens of species included in Annexes A or B shall be subject to the provisions of this Regulation just as if they were full species, even if the hybrid concerned is not specifically included in the Annexes.

11. When a species is included in Annexes A, B or C, all parts and derivatives of the species are also included in the same Annex unless the species is annotated to indicate that only specific parts and derivatives are included. In accordance with Article 2(t) of this Regulation, the symbol ‘#’ followed by a number placed against the name of a species or higher taxon included in Annexes B or C designates parts or derivatives which are specified in relation thereto for the purposes of the Regulation as follows:

#1

Designates all parts and derivatives, except:

(a) seeds, spores and pollen (including pollinia);

(b) seedling or tissue cultures obtained in vitro, in solid or liquid media, transported in sterile containers;

(c) cut flowers of artificially propagated plants; and

(d) fruits and parts and derivatives thereof of artificially propagated plants of the genus Vanilla.

#2

Designates all parts and derivations, except:

(a) seeds and pollen; and

(b) finished products packaged and ready for retail trade.

#3

Designates whole and sliced roots and parts of roots.

#4

Designates all parts and derivatives, except:

(a) seeds, except those from Mexican cacti originating in Mexico, and pollen;

(b) seedling or tissue cultures obtained in vitro, in solid or liquid media, transported in sterile containers;

(c) cut flowers of artificially propagated plants;

(d) fruits and parts and derivatives thereof of naturalised or artificially propagated plants; and

(e) separate stem joints (pads) and parts and derivatives therefore of naturalised or artifically propagated plants of the genus Opuntia subgenus Opuntia.

#5

Designates logs, sawn wood and veneer sheets.

#6

Designates logs, sawn wood, veneer sheets and plywood.

#7

Designates logs, wood-chips, powder and extracts.

#8

Designates underground parts (i.e. roots, rhizomes): whole, parts and powdered.

#9

Designates all parts and derivatives, except those bearing a label ‘Produced from Hoodia spp. material obtained through controlled harvesting and production in collaboration with the CITES Management Authorities of Botswana/Namibia/South Africa under agreement No BW/NA/ZA xxxxxx’.

#10

Designates logs, sawn wood, veneer sheets, including unfinished wood articles used for the fabrication of bows for stringed musical instruments.

#11

Designates logs, sawn wood, veneer sheets, plywood, powder and extracts.

12. As none of the species or higher taxa of FLORA included in Annex A is annotated to the effect that its hybrids shall be treated in accordance with the provisions of Article 4.1 of the Regulation, this means that artifically propagated hybrids produced from one or more of these species or taxa may be traded with a certificate of artificial propagation, and that seeds and pollen (including pollinia), cut flowers, seedling or tissue cultures obtained in vitro, in solid or liquid media, transported in sterile containers of these hybrids are not subject to the provisions of the Regulation.

13. Urine, faeces and ambergris which are waste products and gained without the manipulation of the animal concerned are not subject to the provisions of the Regulation.

14. In respect of fauna species listed in Annex D, the provisions shall apply only to live specimens and whole, or substantially whole, dead specimens except for taxa which are annotated as follows to show that other parts and derivatives are also covered:

§ 1

Any whole, or substantially whole, skins, raw or tanned.

§ 2

Any feathers or any skin or other part with feathers on it.

15. In respect of flora species listed in Annex D, the provisions shall apply only to live specimens except for taxa which are annotated as follows to show that other parts and derivatives are also covered:

§ 3

Dried and fresh plants, including, where appropriate; leaves, roots/rootstock, stems, seeds/spores, bark and fruits.

§ 4

Logs, sawn wood and veneer sheets.



 

Annex A

Annex B

Annex C

Common name

FAUNA

CHORDATA (CHORDATES)

MAMMALIA

 
 
 

Mammals

ARTIODACTYLA

Antilocapridae

 
 
 

Pronghorn

Antilocapra americana (I) (Only the population of Mexico; no other population is included in the Annexes to this Regulation)

 
 

Mexican pronghorn

Bovidae

 
 
 

Antelopes, cattle, duikers, gazelles, goats, sheep etc.

Addax nasomaculatus (I)

 
 

Addax

 

Ammotragus lervia (II)

 

Barbary sheep

 
 

Antilope cervicapra (III Nepal)

Blackbuck

 

Bison bison athabascae (II)

 

Wood bison

Bos gaurus (I) (Excludes the domesticated form referenced as Bos frontalis which is not subject to the provisions of this Regulation)

 
 

Gaur

Bos mutus (I) (Excludes the domesticated form referenced as Bos grunniens which is not subject to the provisions of this Regulation)

 
 

Wild yak

Bos sauveli (I)

 
 

Kouprey

 
 

Bubalus arnee (III Nepal) (Excludes the domesticated form referenced as Bubalus bubalis, which is not subject to the provisions of this Regulation)

Wild Asiatic buffalo

Bubalus depressicornis (I)

 
 

Lowland anoa

Bubalus mindorensis (I)

 
 

Tamarau

Bubalus quarlesi (I)

 
 

Mountain anoa

 

Budorcas taxicolor (II)

 

Takin

Capra falconeri (I)

 
 

Markhor

Capricornis milneedwardsii (I)

 
 

Chinese serow

Capricornis rubidus (I)

 
 

Red serow

Capricornis sumatraensis (I)

 
 

Sumatran serow

Capricornis thar (I)

 
 

Himalayan serow

 

Cephalophus brookei (II)

 

Brooke’s duiker

 

Cephalophus dorsalis (II)

 

Bay duiker

Cephalophus jentinki (I)

 
 

Jentink's duiker

 

Cephalophus ogilbyi (II)

 

Ogilby's duiker

 

Cephalophus silvicultor (II)

 

Yellow-backed duiker

 

Cephalophus zebra (II)

 

Zebra duiker

 

Damaliscus pygargus pygargus (II)

 

Bontebok

Gazella cuvieri (I)

 
 

Cuvier’s gazelle

 
 

Gazella dorcas (III Algeria/Tunisia)

Dorcas gazelle

Gazella leptoceros (I)

 
 

Slender-horned gazelle

Hippotragus niger variani (I)

 
 

Giant sable antelope

 

Kobus leche (II)

 

Lechwe

Naemorhedus baileyi (I)

 
 

Red goral

Naemorhedus caudatus (I)

 
 

Long-tailed goral

Naemorhedus goral (I)

 
 

Himalayan goral

Naemorhedus griseus (I)

 
 

Chinese goral

Nanger dama (I)

 
 

Dama gazelle

Oryx dammah (I)

 
 

Scimitar-horned oryx

Oryx leucoryx (I)

 
 

Arabian oryx

 

Ovis ammon (II) (Except for the subspecies included in Annex A)

 

Argali

Ovis ammon hodgsonii (I)

 
 

Tibetan argali

Ovis ammon nigrimontana (I)

 
 

Kara Tau argali

 

Ovis canadensis (II) (Only the population of Mexico; no other population is included in the Annexes to this Regulation)

 

Mexican bighorn sheep

Ovis orientalis ophion (I)

 
 

Cyprus mouflon

 

Ovis vignei (II) (Except for the subspecies included in Annex A)

 

Urial

Ovis vignei vignei (I)

 
 

Ladakh urial

Pantholops hodgsonii (I)

 
 

Chiru

 

Philantomba monticola (II)

 

Blue duiker

Pseudoryx nghetinhensis (I)

 
 

Siola

Rupicapra pyrenaica ornata (I)

 
 

Abruzzo chamois

 

Saiga borealis (II)

 

Mongolian saiga

 

Saiga tatarica (II)

 

Steppe saiga

 
 

Tetracerus quadricornis (III Nepal)

Four-horned antelope

Camelidae

 
 
 

Camels, guanaco, vicuña

 

Lama glama guanicoe (II)

 

Guanaco

Vicugna vicugna (I) (Except for the populations of: Argentina [the population of the Provinces of Jujuy and Catamarca and the semi-captive populations of the Provinces of Jujuy, Salta, Catamarca, La Rioja and San Juan]; Bolivia [the whole population]; Chile [population of the Primera Región]; and Peru [the whole population]; which are included in Annex B)

Vicugna vicugna (II) (Only the populations of Argentina (1) [the population of the Provinces of Jujuy and Catamarca and the semi-captive populations of the Provinces of Jujuy, Salta, Catamarca, La Rioja and San Juan]; Bolivia (2) [the whole population]; Chile (3) [population of the Primera Región]; Peru (4) [the whole population]; all other populations are included in Annex A)

 

Vicuña

Cervidae

 
 
 

Deer, huemuls, muntjacs, pudus

Axis calamianensis (I)

 
 

Calamian deer

Axis kuhlii (I)

 
 

Bawean deer

Axis porcinus annamiticus (I)

 
 

Indochina hog deer

Blastocerus dichotomus (I)

 
 

Marsh deer

 

Cervus elaphus bactrianus (II)

 

Bactrian deer

 
 

Cervus elaphus barbarus (III Algeria/Tunisia)

Barbary deer

Cervus elaphus hanglu (I)

 
 

Hangul

Dama dama mesopotamica (I)

 
 

Persian fallow deer

Hippocamelus spp. (I)

 
 

Huemuls

 
 

Mazama temama cerasina (III Guatemala)

Central American red brocket

Muntiacus crinifrons (I)

 
 

Black muntjac

Muntiacus vuquangensis (I)

 
 

Giant muntjac

 
 

Odocoileus virginianus mayensis (III Guatemala)

Guatemalan white-tailed deer

Ozotoceros bezoarticus (I)

 
 

Pampas deer

 

Pudu mephistophiles (II)

 

Northern pudu

Pudu puda (I)

 
 

Southern pudu

Rucervus duvaucelii (I)

 
 

Barasingha

Rucervus eldii (I)

 
 

Eld’s deer

Hippopotamidae

 
 
 

Hippopotamuses

 

Hexaprotodon liberiensis (II)

 

Pygmy hippopotamus

 

Hippopotamus amphibius (II)

 

Common hippopotamus

Moschidae

 
 
 

Musk deer

Moschus spp. (I) (Only the populations of Afghanistan, Bhutan, India, Myanmar, Nepal and Pakistan; all other populations are included in Annex B)

Moschus spp. (II) (Except for the populations of Afghanistan, Bhutan, India, Myanmar, Nepal and Pakistan, which are included in Annex A)

 

Musk deer

Suidae

 
 
 

Babirusa, hogs, pigs

Babyrousa babyrussa (I)

 
 

Buru babirusa

Babyrousa bolabatuensis (I)

 
 

Bola Batu babirusa

Babyrousa celebensis (I)

 
 

North Sulawesi babirusa

Babyrousa togeanensis (I)

 
 

Malenge babirusa

Sus salvanius (I)

 
 

Pygmy hog

Tayassuidae

 
 
 

Peccaries

 

Tayassuidae spp. (II) (Except for the species included in Annex A and excluding the populations of Pecari tajacu of Mexico and the United States, which are not included in the Annexes to this Regulation)

 

Peccaries

Catagonus wagneri (I)

 
 

Chacoan peccary

CARNIVORA

Ailuridae

 

Ailurus fulgens (I)

 
 

Red panda

Canidae

 
 
 

Dogs, foxes, wolves

 
 

Canis aureus (III India)

Golden jackal

Canis lupus (I/II)

(All populations except those of Spain north of the Douro and Greece north of the 39th parallel. Populations of Bhutan, India, Nepal and Pakistan are listed in Appendix I; all other populations are listed in Appendix II.)

Canis lupus (II) (Populations of Spain north of the Douro and Greece north of the 39th parallel)

 

Grey wolf

Canis simensis

 
 

Ethiopian wolf

 

Cerdocyon thous (II)

 

Crab-eating fox

 

Chrysocyon brachyurus (II)

 

Maned wolf

 

Cuon alpinus (II)

 

Dhole

 

Lycalopex culpaeus (II)

 

Culpeo

 

Lycalopex fulvipes (II)

 

Darwin’s fox

 

Lycalopex griseus (II)

 

South American grey fox

 

Lycalopex gymnocercus (II)

 

Pampas fox

Speothos venaticus (I)

 
 

Bush dog

 
 

Vulpes bengalensis (III India)

Bengal fox

 

Vulpes cana (II)

 

Blanford's fox

 

Vulpes zerda (II)

 

Fennec fox

Eupleridae

 
 

Cryptoprocta ferox (II)

 

Fossa

 
 

Eupleres goudotii (II)

 

Falanouc

 
 

Fossa fossana (II)

 

Malagasy civet

Felidae

 
 
 

Cats, cheetahs, leopards, lions, tigers etc.

 

Felidae spp. (II) (Except for the species included in Annex A. Specimens of the domesticated form are not subject to the provisions of this Regulation)

 

Cats

Acinonyx jubatus (I) (Annual export quotas for live specimens and hunting trophies are granted as follows: Botswana: 5; Namibia: 150; Zimbabwe: 50. The trade in such specimens is subject to the provisions of Article 4.1 of this Regulation.)

 
 

Cheetah

Caracal caracal (I) (Only the population of Asia; all other populations are included in Annex B)

 
 

Asian Caracal

Catopuma temminckii (I)

 
 

Asian golden cat

Felis nigripes (I)

 
 

Black-footed cat

Felis silvestris (II)

 
 

Wild cat

Leopardus geoffroyi (I)

 
 

Geoffroy's cat

Leopardus jacobitus (I)

 
 

Andean mountain cat

Leopardus pardalis (I)

 
 

Ocelot

Leopardus tigrinus (I)

 
 

Oncilla

Leopardus wiedii (I)

 
 

Margay

Lynx lynx (II)

 
 

Eurasian lynx

Lynx pardinus (I)

 
 

Iberian lynx

Neofelis nebulosa (I)

 
 

Clouded leopard

Panthera leo persica (I)

 
 

Asiatic lion

Panthera onca (I)

 
 

Jaguar

Panthera pardus (I)

 
 

Leopard

Panthera tigris (I)

 
 

Tiger

Pardofelis marmorata (I)

 
 

Marbled cat

Prionailurus bengalensis bengalensis (I) (Only the populations of Bangladesh, India and Thailand; all other populations are included in Annex B.)

 
 

Bengal leopard cat

Prionailurus iriomotensis (II)

 
 

Iriomote cat

Prionailurus planiceps (I)

 
 

Flat-headed cat

Prionailurus rubiginosus (I) (Only the population of India; all other populations are included in Annex B.)

 
 

Rusty-spotted cat

Puma concolor coryi (I)

 
 

Florida cougar

Puma concolor costaricensis (I)

 
 

Costa Rican cougar

Puma concolor couguar (I)

 
 

Eastern cougar

Puma yagouaroundi (I) (Only the populations of Central and North America; all other populations are included in Annex B)

 
 

Jaguarundi

Uncia uncia (I)

 
 

Snow leopard

Herpestidae

 
 
 

Mongooses

 
 

Herpestes fuscus (III India)

Indian brown mongoose

 
 

Herpestes edwardsi (III India)

Indian grey mongoose

 
 

Herpestes javanicus auropunctatus (III India)

Small Indian mongoose

 
 

Herpestes smithii (III India)

Ruddy mongoose

 
 

Herpestes urva (III India)

Crab-eating mongoose

 
 

Herpestes vitticollis (III India)

Stripe-necked mongoose

Hyaenidae

 
 
 

Aardwolf, hyenas

 
 

Proteles cristata (III Botswana)

Aardwolf

Mephitidae

 
 
 

Skunks

 

Conepatus humboldtii (II)

 

Humboldt’s hog-nosed skunk

Mustelidae

 
 
 

Badgers, martens, weasels etc.

Lutrinae

 
 
 

Otters

 

Lutrinae spp. (II) (Except for the species included in Annex A)

 

Otters

Aonyx capensis microdon (I) (Only the populations of Cameroon and Nigeria; all other populations are included in Annex B)

 
 

Cameroon clawless otter

Enhydra lutris nereis (I)

 
 

Southern sea otter

Lontra felina (I)

 
 

Marine otter

Lontra longicaudis (I)

 
 

Neotropical otter

Lontra provocax (I)

 
 

Southern river otter

Lutra lutra (I)

 
 

European otter

Lutra nippon (I)

 
 

Japanese otter

Pteronura brasiliensis (I)

 
 

Giant otter

Mustelinae

 
 
 

Grisons, martens, tayra, weasels

 
 

Eira barbara (III Honduras)

Tayra

 
 

Galictis vittata (III Costa Rica)

Greater grison

 
 

Martes flavigula (III India)

Yellow-throated marten

 
 

Martes foina intermedia (III India)

Stone marten

 
 

Martes gwatkinsii (III India)

Nilgiri marten

 
 

Mellivora capensis (III Botswana)

Honey badger

Mustela nigripes (I)

 
 

Black-footed ferret

Odobenidae

 
 
 

Walrus

 

Odobenus rosmarus (III Canada)

 

Walrus

Otariidae

 
 
 

Fur seals, sealions

 

Arctocephalus spp. (II) (Except for the species included in Annex A)

 

Fur seals

Arctocephalus philippii (II)

 
 

Juan Fernández fur seal

Arctocephalus townsendi (I)

 
 

Guadalupe fur seal

Phocidae

 
 
 

Seals

 

Mirounga leonina (II)

 

Southern elephant seal

Monachus spp. (I)

 
 

Monk seals

Procyonidae

 
 
 

Coatis, olingos

 
 

Bassaricyon gabbii (III Costa Rica)

Olingo

 
 

Bassariscus sumichrasti (III Costa Rica)

Cacomistle

 
 

Nasua narica (III Honduras)

White-nosed coati

 
 

Nasua nasua solitaria (III Uruguay)

South Brazilian coati

 
 

Potos flavus (III Honduras)

Kinkajou

Ursidae

 
 
 

Bears

 

Ursidae spp. (II) (Except for the species included in Annex A)

 

Bears

Ailuropoda melanoleuca (I)

 
 

Giant panda

Helarctos malayanus (I)

 
 

Sun bear

Melursus ursinus (I)

 
 

Sloth bear

Tremarctos ornatus (I)

 
 

Spectacled bear

Ursus arctos (I/II)

(Only the populations of Bhutan, China, Mexico and Mongolia and the subspecies Ursus arctos isabellinus are listed in Appendix I; all other populations and subspecies are listed in Appendix II).

 
 

Brown bear

Ursus thibetanus (I)

 
 

Asian black bear

Viverridae

 
 
 

Binturong, civets, linsangs, otter-civet, palm civet

 
 

Arctictis binturong (III India)

Binturong

 
 

Civettictis civetta (III Botswana)

African civet

 

Cynogale bennettii (II)

 

Otter civet

 

Hemigalus derbyanus (II)

 

Banded palm civet

 
 

Paguma larvata (III India)

Masked palm civet

 
 

Paradoxurus hermaphroditus (III India)

Asian palm civet

 
 

Paradoxurus jerdoni (III India)

Jerdon's palm civet

 

Prionodon linsang (II)

 

Banded linsang

Prionodon pardicolor (I)

 
 

Spotted linsang

 
 

Viverra civettina (III India)

Malabar large-spotted civet

 
 

Viverra zibetha (III India)

Large Indian civet

 
 

Viverricula indica (III India)

Small Indian civet

CETACEA

 
 
 

Cetaceans (dolphins, porpoises, whales)

CETACEA spp. (I/II) (5)

 
 

Cetaceans

CHIROPTERA

Phyllostomidae

 
 
 

Broad-nosed bats

 
 

Platyrrhinus lineatus (III Uruguay)

White-lined bat

Pteropodidae

 
 
 

Fruit bats, flying foxes

 

Acerodon spp. (II) (Except for the species included in Annex A)

 

Flying foxes

Acerodon jubatus (I)

 
 

Golden-capped fruit bat

 

Pteropus spp. (II) (Except for the species included in Annex A)

 

Flying foxes

Pteropus insularis (I)

 
 

Ruck flying fox

Pteropus livingstonii (II)

 
 

Comoro flying fox

Pteropus loochoensis (I)

 
 

Japanese flying fox

Pteropus mariannus (I)

 
 

Marianas flying fox

Pteropus molossinus (I)

 
 

Caroline flying fox

Pteropus pelewensis (I)

 
 

Pelew flying fox

Pteropus pilosus (I)

 
 

Large Pelew flying fox

Pteropus rodricensis (II)

 
 

Rodrigues flying fox

Pteropus samoensis (I)

 
 

Samoan flying fox

Pteropus tonganus (I)

 
 

Pacific flying fox

Pteropus ualanus (I)

 
 

Kosrae flying fox

Pteropus voeltzkowi (II)

 
 

Pemba flying fox

Pteropus yapensis (I)

 
 

Yap flying fox

CINGULATA

Dasypodidae

 
 
 

Armadillos

 
 

Cabassous centralis (III Costa Rica)

Northern naked-tailed armadillo

 
 

Cabassous tatouay (III Uruguay)

Greater naked-tailed armadillo

 

Chaetophractus nationi (II) (A zero annual export quota has been established. All specimens shall be deemed to be specimens of species included in Annex A and the trade in them shall be regulated accordingly)

 

Andean hairy armadillo

Priodontes maximus (I)

 
 

Giant armadillo

DASYUROMORPHIA

Dasyuridae

 
 
 

Dunnarts, marsupial mice, planigales

Sminthopsis longicaudata (I)

 
 

Long-tailed dunnart

Sminthopsis psammophila (I)

 
 

Sandhill dunnart

Thylacinidae

 
 
 

Tasmanian wolf, thylacine

Thylacinus cynocephalus (possibly extinct) (I)

 
 

Thylacine

DIPROTODONTIA

Macropodidae

 
 
 

Kangaroos, wallabies

 

Dendrolagus inustus (II)

 

Grizzled tree-kangaroo

 

Dendrolagus ursinus (II)

 

Ursine tree-kangaroo

Lagorchestes hirsutus (I)

 
 

Rufous hare-wallaby

Lagostrophus fasciatus (I)

 
 

Banded hare-wallaby

Onychogalea fraenata (I)

 
 

Bridled nail-tail wallaby

Onychogalea lunata (I)

 
 

Crescent nail-tail wallaby

Phalangeridae

 
 
 

Cuscus

 

Phalanger intercastellanus (II)

 

Eastern common cuscus

 

Phalanger mimicus (II)

 

Southern common cuscus

 

Phalanger orientalis (II)

 

Northern common cuscus

 

Spilocuscus kraemeri (II)

 

Admiralty Island cuscus

 

Spilocuscus maculatus (II)

 

Common spotted cuscus

 

Spilocuscus papuensis (II)

 

Waigeou cuscus

Potoroidae

 
 
 

Rat-kangaroos

Bettongia spp. (I)

 
 

Bettongs

Caloprymnus campestris (possibly extinct) (I)

 
 

Desert rat-kangaroo

Vombatidae

 
 
 

Wombats

Lasiorhinus krefftii (I)

 
 

Northern hairy-nosed wombat

LAGOMORPHA

Leporidae

 
 
 

Hares, rabbits

Caprolagus hispidus (I)

 
 

Hispid hare

Romerolagus diazi (I)

 
 

Volcano rabbit

MONOTREMATA

Tachyglossidae

 
 
 

Echidnas, spiny anteaters

 

Zaglossus spp. (II)

 

Long-beaked echidnas

PERAMELEMORPHIA

Chaeropodidae

 
 
 

Bandicoots

Chaeropus ecaudatus (possibly extinct) (I)

 
 

Pig-footed bandicoot

Peramelidae

 

Perameles bougainville (I)

 
 

Western barred bandicoot

Thylacomyidae

 

Macrotis lagotis (I)

 
 

Greater bilby

 

Macrotis leucura (I)

 
 

Lesser bilby

PERISSODACTYLA

Equidae

 
 
 

Horses, wild asses, zebras

Equus africanus (I) (Excludes the domesticated form referenced as Equus asinus, which is not subject to the provisions of this Regulation)

 
 

African ass

Equus grevyi (I)

 
 

Grévy's zebra

Equus hemionus (I/II) (The species is listed in Appendix II but subspecies Equus hemionus hemionus and Equus hemionus khur are listed in Appendix I)

 
 

Asiatic wild ass

Equus kiang (II)

 
 

Kiang

Equus przewalskii (I)

 
 

Przewalski's horse

 

Equus zebra hartmannae (II)

 

Hartmann's mountain zebra

Equus zebra zebra (I)

 
 

Cape mountain zebra

Rhinocerotidae

 
 
 

Rhinoceroses

Rhinocerotidae spp. (I) (Except for the subspecies included in Annex B)

 
 

Rhinoceroses

 

Ceratotherium simum simum (II) (Only the populations of South Africa and Swaziland; all other populations are included in Annex A. For the exclusive purpose of allowing international trade in live animals to appropriate and acceptable destinations and trade in hunting trophies. All other specimens shall be deemed to be specimens of species included in Annex A and trade in them shall be regulated accordingly)

 

Southern white rhinoceros

Tapiridae

 
 
 

Tapirs

Tapiridae spp. (I) (Except for the species included in Annex B)

 
 

Tapirs

 

Tapirus terrestris (II)

 

South American tapir

PHOLIDOTA

Manidae

 
 
 

Pangolins

 

Manis spp. (II)

(A zero annual export quota has been established for Manis crassicaudata, Manis culionensis, Manis javanica and Manis pentadactyla for specimens removed from the wild and traded for primarily commercial purposes)

 

Pangolins

PILOSA

Bradypodidae

 
 
 

Three-toed sloths

 

Bradypus variegatus (II)

 

Brown-throated sloth

Megalonychidae

 
 
 

Two-toed sloth

 
 

Choloepus hoffmanni (III Costa Rica)

Hoffmann's two-toed sloth

Myrmecophagidae

 
 
 

American anteaters

 

Myrmecophaga tridactyla (II)

 

Giant anteater

 
 

Tamandua mexicana (III Guatemala)

Northern tamandua

PRIMATES

 
 
 

Primates (apes and monkeys)

 

PRIMATES spp. (II) (Except for the species included in Annex A)

 

Primates

Atelidae

 
 
 

Howlers, spider monkeys

Alouatta coibensis (I)

 
 

Coiba Island howler

Alouatta palliata (I)

 
 

Mantled howler

Alouatta pigra (I)

 
 

Guatemalan black howler

Ateles geoffroyi frontatus (I)

 
 

Black-browed spider monkey

Ateles geoffroyi panamensis (I)

 
 

Red spider monkey

Brachyteles arachnoides (I)

 
 

Southern muriqui

Brachyteles hypoxanthus (I)

 
 
 

Oreonax flavicauda (I)

 
 

Yellow-tailed woolly monkey

Cebidae

 
 
 

Marmosets, tamarins, New-world monkeys

Callimico goeldii (I)

 
 

Goeldi's marmoset

Callithrix aurita (I)

 
 

Buffy-tufted marmoset

Callithrix flaviceps (I)

 
 

Buffy-headed marmoset

Leontopithecus spp. (I)

 
 

Lion tamarins

Saguinus bicolor (I)

 
 

Pied tamarin

Saguinus geoffroyi (I)

 
 

Geoffroy's tamarin

Saguinus leucopus (I)

 
 

White-footed tamarin

Saguinus martinsi (I)

 
 
 

Saguinus oedipus (I)

 
 

Cottontop tamarin

Saimiri oerstedii (I)

 
 

Central American squirrel monkey

Cercopithecidae

 
 
 

Old-world monkeys

Cercocebus galeritus (I)

 
 

Tana River mangabey

Cercopithecus diana (I)

 
 

Diana monkey

Cercopithecus roloway (I)

 
 

Roloway monkey

Cercopithecus solatus (II)

 
 

Sun-tailed monkey

Colobus satanas (II)

 
 

Black colobus

Macaca silenus (I)

 
 

Lion-tailed macaque

Mandrillus leucophaeus (I)

 
 

Drill

Mandrillus sphinx (I)

 
 

Mandrill

Nasalis larvatus (I)

 
 

Proboscis monkey

Piliocolobus foai (II)

 
 

Central African red colobus

Piliocolobus gordonorum (II)

 
 

Uzungwa red colobus

Piliocolobus kirkii (I)

 
 

Zanzibar red colobus

Piliocolobus pennantii (II)

 
 

Pennant's red colobus

Piliocolobus preussi (II)

 
 

Preuss's red colobus

Piliocolobus rufomitratus (I)

 
 

Tana River red colobus

Piliocolobus tephrosceles (II)

 
 

Ugandan red colobus

Piliocolobus tholloni (II)

 
 

Thollon's red colobus

Presbytis potenziani (I)

 
 

Mentawai langur

Pygathrix spp. (I)

 
 

Douc langurs

Rhinopithecus spp. (I)

 
 

Snub-nosed monkeys

Semnopithecus ajax (I)

 
 

Kashmir grey langur

Semnopithecus dussumieri (I)

 
 

Southern Plains grey langur

Semnopithecus entellus (I)

 
 

Northern Plains grey langur

Semnopithecus hector (I)

 
 

Tarai grey langur

Semnopithecus hypoleucos (I)

 
 

Black-footed grey langur

Semnopithecus priam (I)

 
 

Tufted grey langur

Semnopithecus schistaceus (I)

 
 

Nepal grey langur

Simias concolor (I)

 
 

Simakobou

Trachypithecus delacouri (II)

 
 

Delacour's langur

Trachypithecus francoisi (II)

 
 

François's langur

Trachypithecus geei (I)

 
 

Gee's golden langur

Trachypithecus hatinhensis (II)

 
 

Hatinh langur

Trachypithecus johnii (II)

 
 

Nilgiri langur

Trachypithecus laotum (II)

 
 

Laotian langur

Trachypithecus pileatus (I)

 
 

Capped langur

Trachypithecus poliocephalus (II)

 
 

White-headed langur

Trachypithecus shortridgei (I)

 
 

Shortridge's langur

Cheirogaleidae

 
 
 

Dwarf lemurs and mouse-lemurs

Cheirogaleidae spp. (I)

 
 

Dwarf lemurs and mouse lemurs

Daubentoniidae

 
 
 

Aye-aye

Daubentonia madagascariensis (I)

 
 

Aye-aye

Hominidae

 
 
 

Chimpanzees, gorillas, orang-utan

Gorilla beringei (I)

 
 

Eastern gorilla

Gorilla gorilla (I)

 
 

Western gorilla

Pan spp. (I)

 
 

Chimpanzee and bonobo

Pongo abelii (I)

 
 

Sumatran orangutan

Pongo pygmaeus (I)

 
 

Bornean orangutan

Hylobatidae

 
 
 

Gibbons

Hylobatidae spp. (I)

 
 

Gibbons

Indriidae

 
 
 

Indri, sifakas and woolly lemurs

Indriidae spp. (I)

 
 

Indri, sifakas and woolly lemurs

Lemuridae

 
 
 

Large lemurs

Lemuridae spp. (I)

 
 

Large lemurs

Lepilemuridae

 
 
 

Sportive lemurs

Lepilemuridae spp. (I)

 
 

Sportive lemurs

Lorisidae

 
 
 

Lorises

Nycticebus spp. (I)

 
 

Slow lorises

Pitheciidae

 
 
 

Uacaris, titis, sakis

Cacajao spp. (I)

 
 

Uacaris

Callicebus barbarabrownae (II)

 
 

Barbara Brown's Titi

Callicebus melanochir (II)

 
 

Coastal Black-handed Titi

Callicebus nigrifrons (II)

 
 

Black-fronted Titi

Callicebus personatus (II)

 
 

Atlantic titi

Chiropotes albinasus (I)

 
 

White-nosed saki

Tarsiidae

 
 
 

Tarsiers

Tarsius spp. (II)

 
 

Tarsiers

PROBOSCIDEA

Elephantidae

 
 
 

Elephants

Elephas maximus (I)

 
 

Asian elephant

Loxodonta africana (I) (Except for the populations of Botswana, Namibia, South Africa and Zimbabwe, which are included in Annex B)

Loxodonta africana (II)

(Only the populations of Botswana, Namibia, South Africa and Zimbabwe (6); all other populations are included in Annex A)

 

African elephant

RODENTIA

Chinchillidae

 
 
 

Chinchillas

Chinchilla spp. (I) (Specimens of the domesticated form are not subject to the provisions of this Regulation)

 
 

Chinchillas

Cuniculidae

 
 
 

Pacas

 
 

Cuniculus paca (III Honduras)

Lowland paca

Dasyproctidae

 
 
 

Agoutis

 
 

Dasyprocta punctata (III Honduras)

Central American agouti

Erethizontidae

 
 
 

New-world porcupines

 
 

Sphiggurus mexicanus (III Honduras)

Mexican hairy dwarf porcupine

 
 

Sphiggurus spinosus (III Uruguay)

Paraguaian hairy dwarf porcupine

Hystricidae

 
 
 

Old-world porcupines

Hystrix cristata

 
 

Crested porcupine

Muridae

 
 
 

Mice, rats

Leporillus conditor (I)

 
 

Greater stick-nest rat

Pseudomys fieldi praeconis (I)

 
 

Shark Bay mouse

Xeromys myoides (I)

 
 

False water rat

Zyzomys pedunculatus (I)

 
 

Central Australian rock rat

Sciuridae

 
 
 

Ground squirrels, tree squirrels

Cynomys mexicanus (I)

 
 

Mexican prairie dog

 
 

Marmota caudata (III India)

Long-tailed marmot

 
 

Marmota himalayana (III India)

Himalayan marmot

 

Ratufa spp. (II)

 

Giant squirrels

 
 

Sciurus deppei (III Costa Rica)

Deppe's squirrel

SCANDENTIA

Tupaiidae

 
 
 

Tree shrews

 

Tupaiidae spp.

 

Treeshrews

SIRENIA

Dugongidae

 
 
 

Dugong

Dugong dugon (I)

 
 

Dugong

Trichechidae

 
 
 

Manatees

Trichechidae spp. (I/II) (Trichechus inunguis and Trichechus manatus are listed in Appendix I. Trichechus senegalensis is listed in Appendix II.)

 
 

Manatees

AVES

 
 
 

Birds

ANSERIFORMES

Anatidae

 
 
 

Ducks, geese, swans etc.

Anas aucklandica (I)

 
 

Auckland Islands teal

 

Anas bernieri (II)

 

Madagascar teal

Anas chlorotis (I)

 
 

Brown teal

 

Anas formosa (II)

 

Baikal teal

Anas laysanensis (I)

 
 

Laysan duck

Anas nesiotis (I)

 
 

Campbell Island teal

Anas oustaleti (I)

 
 

Marianas mallard

Anas querquedula

 
 

Garganey

Aythya innotata

 
 

Madagascar pochard

Aythya nyroca

 
 

Ferruginous duck

Branta canadensis leucopareia (I)

 
 

Aleutian goose

Branta ruficollis (II)

 
 

Red-breasted goose

Branta sandvicensis (I)

 
 

Nene

 
 

Cairina moschata (III Honduras)

Muscovy duck

Cairina scutulata (I)

 
 

White-winged duck

 

Coscoroba coscoroba (II)

 

Coscoroba swan

 

Cygnus melancoryphus (II)

 

Black-necked swan

 

Dendrocygna arborea (II)

 

West Indian whistling-duck

 
 

Dendrocygna autumnalis (III Honduras)

Black-bellied whistling-duck

 
 

Dendrocygna bicolor (III Honduras)

Fulvous whistling-duck

Mergus octosetaceus

 
 

Brazilian merganser

 

Oxyura jamaicensis

 

Ruddy duck

Oxyura leucocephala (II)

 
 

White-headed duck

Rhodonessa caryophyllacea (possibly extinct) (I)

 
 

Pink-headed duck

 

Sarkidiornis melanotos (II)

 

Comb duck

Tadorna cristata

 
 

Crested shelduck

APODIFORMES

Trochilidae

 
 
 

Hummingbirds

 

Trochilidae spp. (II) (Except for the species included in Annex A)

 

Hummingbirds

Glaucis dohrnii (I)

 
 

Hook-billed hermit

CHARADRIIFORMES

Burhinidae

 
 
 

Thick-knees

 
 

Burhinus bistriatus (III Guatemala)

Double-striped thick-knee

Laridae

 
 
 

Gulls, terns

Larus relictus (I)

 
 

Relict gull

Scolopacidae

 
 
 

Curlews, greenshanks

Numenius borealis (I)

 
 

Eskimo curlew

Numenius tenuirostris (I)

 
 

Slender-billed curlew

Tringa guttifer (I)

 
 

Nordmann's greenshank

CICONIIFORMES

Ardeidae

 
 
 

Egrets, herons

Ardea alba

 
 

Great egret

Bubulcus ibis

 
 

Cattle egret

Egretta garzetta

 
 

Little egret

Balaenicipitidae

 
 
 

Shoebill, whale-headed stork

 

Balaeniceps rex (II)

 

Shoebill

Ciconiidae

 
 
 

Storks

Ciconia boyciana (I)

 
 

Oriental stork

Ciconia nigra (II)

 
 

Black stork

Ciconia stormi

 
 

Storm's stork

Jabiru mycteria (I)

 
 

Jabiru

Leptoptilos dubius

 
 

Greater adjutant stork

Mycteria cinerea (I)

 
 

Milky stork

Phoenicopteridae

 
 
 

Flamingos

 

Phoenicopteridae spp. (II) (Except for the species included in Annex A)

 

Flamingos

Phoenicopterus ruber (II)

 
 

Greater flamingo

Threskiornithidae

 
 
 

Ibises, spoonbills

 

Eudocimus ruber (II)

 

Scarlet ibis

Geronticus calvus (II)

 
 

Bald ibis

Geronticus eremita (I)

 
 

Waldrapp

Nipponia nippon (I)

 
 

Crested ibis

Platalea leucorodia (II)

 
 

Eurasian spoonbill

Pseudibis gigantean

 
 

Giant ibis

COLUMBIFORMES

Columbidae

 
 
 

Doves, pigeons

Caloenas nicobarica (I)

 
 

Nicobar pigeon

Claravis godefrida

 
 

Purple-winged ground-dove

Columba livia

 
 

Rock pigeon

Ducula mindorensis (I)

 
 

Mindoro zone-tailed pigeon

 

Gallicolumba luzonica (II)

 

Luzon bleeding-heart

 

Goura spp. (II)

 

Crowned-pigeons

Leptotila wellsi

 
 

Grenada dove

 
 

Nesoenas mayeri (III Mauritius)

Pink pigeon

Streptopelia turtur

 
 

European turtle-dove

CORACIIFORMES

Bucerotidae

 
 
 

Hornbills

 

Aceros spp. (II) (Except for the species included in Annex A)

 

Hornbills

Aceros nipalensis (I)

 
 

Rufous-necked hornbill

 

Anorrhinus spp. (II)

 

Hornbills

 

Anthracoceros spp. (II)

 

Hornbills

 

Berenicornis spp. (II)

 

Hornbills

 

Buceros spp. (II) (Except for the species included in Annex A)

 

Hornbills

Buceros bicornis (I)

 
 

Great hornbill

 

Penelopides spp. (II)

 

Hornbills

Rhinoplax vigil (I)

 
 

Helmeted hornbill

 

Rhyticeros spp. (II) (Except for the species included in Annex A)

 

Hornbills

Rhyticeros subruficollis (I)

 
 

Plain-pouched hornbill

CUCULIFORMES

Musophagidae

 
 
 

Turacos

 

Tauraco spp. (II) (Except for the species included in Annex A)

 

Turacos

Tauraco bannermani (II)

 
 

Bannerman's turaco

FALCONIFORMES

 
 
 

Diurnal birds of prey (eagles, falcons, hawks, vultures)

 

FALCONIFORMES spp. (II)

(Except for the species included in Annex A and for one species of the family Cathartidae included in Annex C; the other species of that family are not included in the Annexes to this Regulation)

 

Diurnal birds of prey

Accipitridae

 
 
 

Hawks, eagles

Accipiter brevipes (II)

 
 

Levant sparrowhawk

Accipiter gentilis (II)

 
 

Northern goshawk

Accipiter nisus (II)

 
 

Eurasian sparrowhawk

Aegypius monachus (II)

 
 

Cinereous vulture

Aquila adalberti (I)

 
 

Adalbert's eagle

Aquila chrysaetos (II)

 
 

Golden eagle

Aquila clanga (II)

 
 

Greater spotted eagle

Aquila heliaca (I)

 
 

Imperial eagle

Aquila pomarina (II)

 
 

Lesser spotted eagle

Buteo buteo (II)

 
 

Common buzzard

Buteo lagopus (II)

 
 

Rough-legged buzzard

Buteo rufinus (II)

 
 

Long-legged buzzard

Chondrohierax uncinatus wilsonii (I)

 
 

Cuban hook-billed kite

Circaetus gallicus (II)

 
 

Short-toed snake-eagle

Circus aeruginosus (II)

 
 

Western marsh-harrier

Circus cyaneus (II)

 
 

Northern harrier

Circus macrourus (II)

 
 

Pallid harrier

Circus pygargus (II)

 
 

Montagu's harrier

Elanus caeruleus (II)

 
 

Black-winged kite

Eutriorchis astur (II)

 
 

Madagascar serpent-eagle

Gypaetus barbatus (II)

 
 

Lammergeier

Gyps fulvus (II)

 
 

Eurasian griffon

Haliaeetus spp. (I/II) (Haliaeetus albicilla is listed in Appendix I; the other species are listed in Appendix II)

 
 

Sea-eagles

Harpia harpyja (I)

 
 

Harpy eagle

Hieraaetus fasciatus (II)

 
 

Bonelli's eagle

Hieraaetus pennatus (II)

 
 

Booted eagle

Leucopternis occidentalis (II)

 
 

Grey-backed hawk

Milvus migrans (II)

 
 

Black kite

Milvus milvus (II)

 
 

Red kite

Neophron percnopterus (II)

 
 

Egyptian vulture

Pernis apivorus (II)

 
 

European honey-buzzard

Pithecophaga jefferyi (I)

 
 

Great Philippine eagle

Cathartidae

 
 
 

New world vultures

Gymnogyps californianus (I)

 
 

California condor

 
 

Sarcoramphus papa (III Honduras)

King vulture

Vultur gryphus (I)

 
 

Andean condor

Falconidae

 
 
 

Falcons

Falco araeus (I)

 
 

Seychelles kestrel

Falco biarmicus (II)

 
 

Lanner falcon

Falco cherrug (II)

 
 

Saker falcon

Falco columbarius (II)

 
 

Merlin

Falco eleonorae (II)

 
 

Eleonora's falcon

Falco jugger (I)

 
 

Laggar falcon

Falco naumanni (II)

 
 

Lesser kestrel

Falco newtoni (I) (Only the population of the Seychelles)

 
 

Newton's kestrel

Falco pelegrinoides (I)

 
 

Barbary falcon

Falco peregrinus (I)

 
 

Peregrine falcon

Falco punctatus (I)

 
 

Mauritius kestrel

Falco rusticolus (I)

 
 

Gyrfalcon

Falco subbuteo (II)

 
 

Eurasian hobby

Falco tinnunculus (II)

 
 

Common kestrel

Falco vespertinus (II)

 
 

Red-footed falcon

Pandionidae

 
 
 

Ospreys

Pandion haliaetus (II)

 
 

Osprey

GALLIFORMES

Cracidae

 
 

Crax spp. (-/III) (Except for the species included in Annex A and Annex D; the following species are listed in Appendix III: Crax daubentoni and Crax globulosa for Colombia and Crax rubra for Colombia, Costa Rica, Guatemala and Honduras)

 

Curassows

 

Crax alberti (III Colombia)

 
 

Blue-knobbed curassow

 

Crax blumenbachii (I)

 
 

Red-billed curassow

 

Mitu mitu (I)

 
 

Alagoas curassow

 

Oreophasis derbianus (I)

 
 

Horned guan

 
 

Ortalis vetula (III Guatemala/Honduras)

 

Plain chachalaca

 
 

Pauxi pauxi (III Colombia)

 

Helmeted curassow

 

Penelope albipennis (I)

 
 

White-winged guan

 
 
 

Penelope purpurascens (III Honduras)

Crested guan

 
 

Penelopina nigra (III Guatemala)

 

Highland guan

 

Pipile jacutinga (I)

 
 

Black-fronted piping guan

 

Pipile pipile (I)

 
 

Trinidad piping guan

Megapodiidae

 
 
 

Megapodes, scrubfowl

Macrocephalon maleo (I)

 
 

Maleo

Phasianidae

 
 
 

Grouse, guineafowl, partridges, pheasants, tragopans

 

Arborophila campbelli (III Malaysia)

 

Grey-breasted partridge

 

Arborophila charltonii (III Malaysia)

 

Chestnut-necklaced partridge

 

Argusianus argus (II)

 

Great argus

 
 

Caloperdix oculeus (III Malaysia)

Ferruginous partridge

Catreus wallichii (I)

 
 

Cheer pheasant

Colinus virginianus ridgwayi (I)

 
 

Masked bobwhite

Crossoptilon crossoptilon (I)

 
 

White eared-pheasant

Crossoptilon mantchuricum (I)

 
 

Brown eared-pheasant

 

Gallus sonneratii (II)

 

Grey junglefowl

 

Ithaginis cruentus (II)

 

Blood pheasant

Lophophorus impejanus (I)

 
 

Himalayan monal

Lophophorus lhuysii (I)

 
 

Chinese monal

Lophophorus sclateri (I)

 
 

Sclater's monal

Lophura edwardsi (I)

 
 

Edwards' pheasant

 

Lophura erythrophthalma (III Malaysia)

 

Crestless fireback

 

Lophura hatinhensis

 

Vietnamese fireback

 

Lophura ignita (III Malaysia)

 

Crested fireback

Lophura imperialis (I)

 
 

Imperial pheasant

Lophura swinhoii (I)

 
 

Swinhoe's pheasant

 
 

Melanoperdix niger (III Malaysia)

Black partridge

 
 

Meleagris ocellata (III Guatemala)

Ocellated turkey

Odontophorus strophium

 
 

Gorgeted wood-quail

Ophrysia superciliosa

 
 

Himalayan quail

 

Pavo muticus (II)

 

Green peafowl

 

Polyplectron bicalcaratum (II)

 

Grey peacock-pheasant

 

Polyplectron germaini (II)

 

Germain's peacock-pheasant

 
 

Polyplectron inopinatum (III Malaysia)

Mountain peacock-pheasant

 

Polyplectron malacense (II)

 

Malayan peacock-pheasant

Polyplectron napoleonis (I)

 
 

Palawan peacock-pheasant

 

Polyplectron schleiermacheri (II)

 

Bornean peacock-pheasant

Rheinardia ocellata (I)

 
 

Crested argus

 
 

Rhizothera dulitensis (III Malaysia)

Hose’s partridge

 
 

Rhizothera longirostris (III Malaysia)

Long-billed partridge

 
 

Rollulus rouloul (III Malaysia)

Crested partridge

Syrmaticus ellioti (I)

 
 

Elliot's pheasant

Syrmaticus humiae (I)

 
 

Hume's pheasant

Syrmaticus mikado (I)

 
 

Mikado pheasant

Tetraogallus caspius (I)

 
 

Caspian snowcock

Tetraogallus tibetanus (I)

 
 

Tibetan snowcock

Tragopan blythii (I)

 
 

Blyth's tragopan

Tragopan caboti (I)

 
 

Cabot's tragopan

Tragopan melanocephalus (I)

 
 

Western tragopan

 
 

Tragopan satyra (III Nepal)

Satyr tragopan

Tympanuchus cupido attwateri (I)

 
 

Attwater's prairie-chicken

GRUIFORMES

Gruidae

 
 
 

Cranes

 

Gruidae spp. (II) (Except for the species included in Annex A)

 

Cranes

Grus americana (I)

 
 

Whooping crane

Grus canadensis (I/II) (The species is listed in Appendix II but subspecies Grus canadensis nesiotes and Grus canadensis pulla are listed in Appendix I)

 
 

Sandhill crane

Grus grus (II)

 
 

Common crane

Grus japonensis (I)

 
 

Red-crowned crane

Grus leucogeranus (I)

 
 

Siberian crane

Grus monacha (I)

 
 

Hooded crane

Grus nigricollis (I)

 
 

Black-necked crane

Grus vipio (I)

 
 

White-necked crane

Otididae

 
 
 

Bustards

 

Otididae spp. (II) (Except for the species included in Annex A)

 

Bustards

Ardeotis nigriceps (I)

 
 

Indian bustard

Chlamydotis macqueenii (I)

 
 

Macqueen’s bustard

Chlamydotis undulata (I)

 
 

Houbara bustard

Houbaropsis bengalensis (I)

 
 

Bengal florican

Otis tarda (II)

 
 

Great bustard

Sypheotides indicus (II)

 
 

Lesser florican

Tetrax tetrax (II)

 
 

Little bustard

Rallidae

 
 
 

Coots, rails

Gallirallus sylvestris (I)

 
 

Lord Howe rail

Rhynochetidae

 
 
 

Kagu

Rhynochetos jubatus (I)

 
 

Kagu

PASSERIFORMES

Atrichornithidae

 
 
 

Scrub-birds

Atrichornis clamosus (I)

 
 

Noisy scrub-bird

Cotingidae

 
 
 

Cotingas

 
 

Cephalopterus ornatus (III Colombia)

Amazonian umbrella bird

 
 

Cephalopterus penduliger (III Colombia)

Long-wattled umbrella bird

Cotinga maculata (I)

 
 

Banded cotinga

 

Rupicola spp. (II)

 

Cocks-of-the-rock

Xipholena atropurpurea (I)

 
 

White-winged cotinga

Emberizidae

 
 
 

Cardinals, tanagers

 

Gubernatrix cristata (II)

 

Yellow cardinal

 

Paroaria capitata (II)

 

Yellow-billed cardinal

 

Paroaria coronata (II)

 

Red-crested cardinal

 

Tangara fastuosa (II)

 

Seven-coloured tanager

Estrildidae

 
 
 

Mannikins, waxbills

 

Amandava formosa (II)

 

Green avadavat

 

Lonchura fuscata

 

Timor sparrow

 

Lonchura oryzivora (II)

 

Java sparrow

 

Poephila cincta cincta (II)

 

Southern black-throated finch

Fringillidae

 
 
 

Finches

Carduelis cucullata (I)

 
 

Red siskin

 

Carduelis yarrellii (II)

 

Yellow-faced siskin

Hirundinidae

 
 
 

Martins

Pseudochelidon sirintarae (I)

 
 

White-eyed river-martin

Icteridae

 
 
 

New-world blackbirds

Xanthopsar flavus (I)

 
 

Saffron-cowled blackbird

Meliphagidae

 
 
 

Honey-eaters

Lichenostomus melanops cassidix (I)

 
 

Helmeted honeyeater

Muscicapidae

 
 
 

Old-world flycatchers

Acrocephalus rodericanus (III Mauritius)

 
 

Rodrigues brush-warbler

 

Cyornis ruckii (II)

 

Rueck's blue-flycatcher

Dasyornis broadbenti litoralis (possibly extinct) (I)

 
 

Western rufous bristlebird

Dasyornis longirostris (I)

 
 

Western bristlebird

 

Garrulax canorus (II)

 

Melodious laughingthrush

 

Leiothrix argentauris (II)

 

Silver-eared mesia

 

Leiothrix lutea (II)

 

Red-billed leiothrix

 

Liocichla omeiensis (II)

 

Omei Shan liocichla

Picathartes gymnocephalus (I)

 
 

White-necked rockfowl

Picathartes oreas (I)

 
 

Grey-necked rockfowl

 
 

Terpsiphone bourbonnensis (III Mauritius)

Mascarene paradise-flycatcher

Paradisaeidae

 
 
 

Birds of paradise

 

Paradisaeidae spp. (II)

 

Birds of paradise

Pittidae

 
 
 

Pittas

 

Pitta guajana (II)

 

Banded pitta

Pitta gurneyi (I)

 
 

Gurney's pitta

Pitta kochi (I)

 
 

Whiskered pitta

 

Pitta nympha (II)

 

Fairy pitta

Pycnonotidae

 
 
 

Bulbuls

 

Pycnonotus zeylanicus (II)

 

Straw-headed bulbul

Sturnidae

 
 
 

Mynas

 

Gracula religiosa (II)

 

Hill myna

Leucopsar rothschildi (I)

 
 

Bali myna

Zosteropidae

 
 
 

White-eyes

Zosterops albogularis (I)

 
 

White-chested white-eye

PELECANIFORMES

Fregatidae

 
 
 

Frigatebirds

Fregata andrewsi (I)

 
 

Christmas frigatebird

Pelecanidae

 
 
 

Pelicans

Pelecanus crispus (I)

 
 

Dalmatian pelican

Sulidae

 
 
 

Boobies

Papasula abbotti (I)

 
 

Abbott's booby

PICIFORMES

Capitonidae

 
 
 

Barbets

 

Semnornis ramphastinus (III Colombia)

 

Toucan barbet

Picidae

 
 
 

Woodpeckers

Campephilus imperialis (I)

 
 

Imperial woodpecker

Dryocopus javensis richardsi (I)

 
 

Tristram's woodpecker

Ramphastidae

 
 
 

Toucans

 

Baillonius bailloni (III Argentina)

 

Saffron toucanet

 

Pteroglossus aracari (II)

 

Black-necked aracari

 

Pteroglossus castanotis (III Argentina)

 

Chestnut-eared aracari

 

Pteroglossus viridis (II)

 

Green aracari

 

Ramphastos dicolorus (III Argentina)

 

Red-breasted toucan

 

Ramphastos sulfuratus (II)

 

Keel-billed toucan

 

Ramphastos toco (II)

 

Toco toucan

 

Ramphastos tucanus (II)

 

Red-billed toucan

 

Ramphastos vitellinus (II)

 

Channel-billed toucan

 

Selenidera maculirostris (III Argentina)

 

Spot-billed toucanet

PODICIPEDIFORMES

Podicipedidae

 
 
 

Grebes

Podilymbus gigas (I)

 
 

Atitlan Grebe

PROCELLARIIFORMES

Diomedeidae

 
 
 

Albatrosses

Phoebastria albatrus (I)

 
 

Short-tailed albatross

PSITTACIFORMES

 
 
 

Cockatoos, lories, macaws, parakeets, parrots etc.

 

PSITTACIFORMES spp. (II)

(Except for the species included in Annex A and excluding Agapornis roseicollis, Melopsittacus undulatus, Nymphicus hollandicus and Psittacula krameri, which are not included in the Annexes to this Regulation)

 

Parrots, etc.

Cacatuidae

 
 
 

Cockatoos

Cacatua goffini (I)

 
 

Tanimbar cockatoo

Cacatua haematuropygia (I)

 
 

Philippine cockatoo

Cacatua moluccensis (I)

 
 

Salmon-crested cockatoo

Cacatua sulphurea (I)

 
 

Yellow-crested cockatoo

Probosciger aterrimus (I)

 
 

Palm cockatoo

Loriidae

 
 
 

Lories, lorikeets

Eos histrio (I)

 
 

Red and blue lory

Vini spp. (I/II) (Vini ultramarina is listed in Appendix I, the other species are listed in Appendix II)

 
 

Blue lorikeets

Psittacidae

 
 
 

Amazons, macaws, parakeets, parrots

Amazona arausiaca (I)

 
 

Red-necked parrot

Amazona auropalliata (I)

 
 

Yellow-naped parrot

Amazona barbadensis (I)

 
 

Yellow-shouldered parrot

Amazona brasiliensis (I)

 
 

Red-tailed parrot

Amazona finschi (I)

 
 

Lilac-crowned parrot

Amazona guildingii (I)

 
 

St Vincent parrot

Amazona imperialis (I)

 
 

Imperial parrot

Amazona leucocephala (I)

 
 

Cuban parrot

Amazona oratrix (I)

 
 

Yellow-headed parrot

Amazona pretrei (I)

 
 

Red-spectacled parrot

Amazona rhodocorytha (I)

 
 

Red-browed parrot

Amazona tucumana (I)

 
 

Tucuman parrot

Amazona versicolor (I)

 
 

Saint Lucia parrot

Amazona vinacea (I)

 
 

Vinaceous parrot

Amazona viridigenalis (I)

 
 

Green-cheeked parrot

Amazona vittata (I)

 
 

Puerto Rican parrot

Anodorhynchus spp. (I)

 
 

Blue macaws

Ara ambiguus (I)

 
 

Great green macaw

Ara glaucogularis (I)

 
 

Blue-throated macaw

Ara macao (I)

 
 

Scarlet macaw

Ara militaris (I)

 
 

Military macaw

Ara rubrogenys (I)

 
 

Red-fronted macaw

Cyanopsitta spixii (I)

 
 

Spix's macaw

Cyanoramphus cookii (I)

 
 

Norfolk Island parakeet

Cyanoramphus forbesi (I)

 
 

Chatham Island yellow-fronted parakeet

Cyanoramphus novaezelandiae (I)

 
 

Red-fronted parakeet

Cyanoramphus saisseti (I)

 
 

Red-crowned parakeet

Cyclopsitta diophthalma coxeni (I)

 
 

Coxen's double-eyed fig parrot

Eunymphicus cornutus (I)

 
 

Horned parakeet

Geopsittacus occidentalis (possibly extinct) (I)

 
 

Night parrot

Guarouba guarouba (I)

 
 

Golden parakeet

Neophema chrysogaster (I)

 
 

Orange-bellied parrot

Ognorhynchus icterotis (I)

 
 

Yellow-eared parrot

Pezoporus wallicus (I)

 
 

Ground parrot

Pionopsitta pileata (I)

 
 

Pileated parrot

Primolius couloni (I)

 
 

Blue-headed macaw

Primolius maracana (I)

 
 

Blue-winged macaw

Psephotus chrysopterygius (I)

 
 

Golden-shouldered parrot

Psephotus dissimilis (I)

 
 

Hooded parrot

Psephotus pulcherrimus (possibly extinct) (I)

 
 

Paradise parrot

Psittacula echo (I)

 
 

Mauritius parakeet

Pyrrhura cruentata (I)

 
 

Blue-throated parakeet

Rhynchopsitta spp. (I)

 
 

Thick-billed parrots

Strigops habroptilus (I)

 
 

Kakapo

RHEIFORMES

Rheidae

 
 
 

Rheas

Pterocnemia pennata (I) (Except Pterocnemia pennata pennata which is included in Annex B)

 
 

Lesser rhea

 

Pterocnemia pennata pennata (II)

 

Lesser rhea

 

Rhea americana (II)

 

Greater rhea

SPHENISCIFORMES

Spheniscidae

 
 
 

Penguins

 

Spheniscus demersus (II)

 

Jackass penguin

Spheniscus humboldti (I)

 
 

Humboldt penguin

STRIGIFORMES

 
 
 

Owls

 

STRIGIFORMES spp. (II) (Except for the species included in Annex A)

 

Owls

Strigidae

 
 
 

Owls

Aegolius funereus (II)

 
 

Boreal owl

Asio flammeus (II)

 
 

Short-eared owl

Asio otus (II)

 
 

Long-eared owl

Athene noctua (II)

 
 

Little owl

Bubo bubo (II)

 
 

Eurasian eagle-owl

Glaucidium passerinum (II)

 
 

Eurasian pygmy-owl

Heteroglaux blewitti (I)

 
 

Forest owlet

Mimizuku gurneyi (I)

 
 

Lesser eagle-owl

Ninox natalis (I)

 
 

Christmas hawk-owl

Ninox novaeseelandiae undulata (I)

 
 

Norfolk boobook

Nyctea scandiaca (II)

 
 

Snowy owl

Otus ireneae (II)

 
 

Sokoke scops-owl

Otus scops (II)

 
 

Eurasian scops-owl

Strix aluco (II)

 
 

Tawny owl

Strix nebulosa (II)

 
 

Great grey owl

Strix uralensis (II)

 
 

Ural owl

Surnia ulula (II)

 
 

Northern hawk owl

Tytonidae

 
 
 

Barn owls

Tyto alba (II)

 
 

Barn owl

Tyto soumagnei (I)

 
 

Soumagne's owl

STRUTHIONIFORMES

Struthionidae

 
 
 

Ostrich

Struthio camelus (I) (Only the populations of Algeria, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, the Central African Republic, Chad, Mali, Mauritania, Morocco, the Niger, Nigeria, Senegal and the Sudan; all other populations are not included in the Annexes to this Regulation)

 
 

Ostrich

TINAMIFORMES

Tinamidae

 
 
 

Tinamous

Tinamus solitarius (I)

 
 

Solitary tinamou

TROGONIFORMES

Trogonidae

 
 
 

Quetzals

Pharomachrus mocinno (I)

 
 

Resplendent quetzal

REPTILIA

 
 
 

Reptiles

CROCODYLIA

 
 
 

Alligators, caimans, crocodiles

 

CROCODYLIA spp. (II) (Except for the species included in Annex A)

 

Alligators, caimans, crocodiles

Alligatoridae

 
 
 

Alligators, caimans

Alligator sinensis (I)

 
 

Chinese alligator

Caiman crocodilus apaporiensis (I)

 
 

Rio Apaporis spectacled caiman

Caiman latirostris (I) (Except for the population of Argentina, which is included in Annex B)

 
 

Broad-nosed caiman

Melanosuchus niger (I) (Except for the population of Brazil, which is included in Annex B, and population of Ecuador, which is included in Annex B and is subject to a zero annual export quota until an annual export quota has been approved by the CITES Secretariat and the IUCN/SSC Crocodile Specialist Group)

 
 

Black caiman

Crocodylidae

 
 
 

Crocodiles

Crocodylus acutus (I) (Except for the population of Cuba, which is included in Annex B)

 
 

American crocodile

Crocodylus cataphractus (I)

 
 

African slender-snouted crocodile

Crocodylus intermedius (I)

 
 

Orinoco crocodile

Crocodylus mindorensis (I)

 
 

Philippine crocodile

Crocodylus moreletii (I)

 
 

Morelet's crocodile

Crocodylus niloticus (I) (Except for the populations of Botswana, Ethiopia, Kenya, Madagascar, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa, Uganda, the United Republic of Tanzania [subject to an annual export quota of no more than 1 600 wild specimens including hunting trophies, in addition to ranched specimens], Zambia and Zimbabwe; these populations are included in Annex B)

 
 

Nile crocodile

Crocodylus palustris (I)

 
 

Mugger crocodile

Crocodylus porosus (I) (Except for the populations of Australia, Indonesia and Papua New Guinea, which are included in Annex B)

 
 

Estuarine crocodile

Crocodylus rhombifer (I)

 
 

Cuban crocodile

Crocodylus siamensis (I)

 
 

Siamese crocodile

Osteolaemus tetraspis (I)

 
 

West African dwarf crocodile

Tomistoma schlegelii (I)

 
 

False gharial

Gavialidae

 
 
 

Gavial or gharial

Gavialis gangeticus (I)

 
 

Gharial

RHYNCHOCEPHALIA

Sphenodontidae

 
 
 

Tuataras

Sphenodon spp. (I)

 
 

Tuataras

SAURIA

Agamidae

 
 
 

Spiny-tailed lizards (Agamas, mastigures)

 

Uromastyx spp. (II)

 

Spiny-tailed lizards

Chamaeleonidae

 
 
 

Chameleons

 

Bradypodion spp. (II)

 

Dwarf chameleons

 

Brookesia spp. (II) (Except for the species included in Annex A)

 

Dwarf chameleons

Brookesia perarmata (I)

 
 

Dwarf spiny chameleon

 

Calumma spp. (II)

 

Madagascar chameleons

 

Chamaeleo spp. (II) (Except for the species included in Annex A)

 

Chameleons

Chamaeleo chamaeleon (II)

 
 

European chameleon

 

Furcifer spp. (II)

 

Madagascar chameleons

Cordylidae

 
 
 

Spiny-tailed lizards

 

Cordylus spp. (II)

 

Girdled lizards

Gekkonidae

 
 
 

Geckos

 

Cyrtodactylus serpensinsula (II)

 

Serpent Island gecko

 
 

Hoplodactylus spp. (III New Zealand)

Sticky-toed geckos

 
 

Naultinus spp. (III New Zealand)

New Zealand tree geckos

 

Phelsuma spp. (II) (Except for the species included in Annex A)

 

Day geckos

Phelsuma guentheri (II)

 
 

Round Island day gecko

 

Uroplatus spp. (II)

 

Flat-tailed geckos

Helodermatidae

 
 
 

Gila monster and beaded lizard

 

Heloderma spp. (II) (Except for the subspecies included in Annex A)

 

Gila monster and beaded lizard

Heloderma horridum charlesbogerti (I)

 
 

Guatemalan beaded lizard

Iguanidae

 
 
 

Iguanas

 

Amblyrhynchus cristatus (II)

 

Galapagos marine iguana

Brachylophus spp. (I)

 
 

Fiji iguanas

 

Conolophus spp. (II)

 

Galapagos land iguanas

Cyclura spp. (I)

 
 

Ground iguanas

 

Iguana spp. (II)

 

Iguanas

 

Phrynosoma coronatum (II)

 

Coast horned lizard

Sauromalus varius (I)

 
 

San Esteban Island chuckwalla

Lacertidae

 
 
 

Lizards

Gallotia simonyi (I)

 
 

Hierro giant lizard

Podarcis lilfordi (II)

 
 

Lilford's wall lizard

Podarcis pityusensis (II)

 
 

Ibiza wall lizard

Scincidae

 
 
 

Skinks

 

Corucia zebrata (II)

 

Prehensile-tailed skink

Teiidae

 
 
 

Caiman lizards, tegu lizards

 

Crocodilurus amazonicus (II)

 

Dragon lizard

 

Dracaena spp. (II)

 

Caiman lizards

 

Tupinambis spp.(II)

 

Tegus

Varanidae

 
 
 

Monitor lizards

 

Varanus spp. (II) (Except for the species included in Annex A)

 

Monitor lizards

Varanus bengalensis (I)

 
 

Indian monitor

Varanus flavescens (I)

 
 

Yellow monitor

Varanus griseus (I)

 
 

Desert monitor

Varanus komodoensis (I)

 
 

Komodo dragon

Varanus nebulosus (I)

 
 

Clouded monitor

Varanus olivaceus (II)

 
 

Gray's monitor

Xenosauridae

 
 
 

Chinese crocodile lizard

 

Shinisaurus crocodilurus (II)

 

Chinese crocodile lizard

SERPENTES

 
 
 

Snakes

Boidae

 
 
 

Boas

 

Boidae spp. (II) (Except for the species included in Annex A)

 

Boas

Acrantophis spp. (I)

 
 

Madagascar ground boas

Boa constrictor occidentalis (I)

 
 

Argentine boa constrictor

Epicrates inornatus (I)

 
 

Puerto Rican boa

Epicrates monensis (I)

 
 

Virgin Island tree boa

Epicrates subflavus (I)

 
 

Jamaican boa

Eryx jaculus (II)

 
 

Spotted sand boa

Sanzinia madagascariensis (I)

 
 

Madagascar tree boa

Bolyeriidae

 
 
 

Round Island boas

 

Bolyeriidae spp. (II) (Except for the species included in Annex A)

 

Round Island boas

Bolyeria multocarinata (I)

 
 

Round Island boa

Casarea dussumieri (I)

 
 

Round Island keel-scaled boa

Colubridae

 
 
 

Typical snakes, water snakes, whip snakes

 
 

Atretium schistosum (III India)

Olive keel-back

 
 

Cerberus rynchops (III India)

Dog-faced water snake

 

Clelia clelia (II)

 

Mussurana

 

Cyclagras gigas (II)

 

False cobra

 

Elachistodon westermanni (II)

 

Indian egg-eating snake

 

Ptyas mucosus (II)

 

Common rat snake

 
 

Xenochrophis piscator (III India)

Checkered keel-back

Elapidae

 
 
 

Cobras, coral snakes

 

Hoplocephalus bungaroides (II)

 

Broad-headed snake

 
 

Micrurus diastema (III Honduras)

Atlantic coral snake

 
 

Micrurus nigrocinctus (III Honduras)

Central American coral snake

 

Naja atra (II)

 

Chinese spitting cobra

 

Naja kaouthia (II)

 

Monocellate cobra

 

Naja mandalayensis (II)

 

Burmese spitting cobra

 

Naja naja (II)

 

Indian cobra

 

Naja oxiana (II)

 

Central Asian cobra

 

Naja philippinensis (II)

 

North Philippine spitting cobra

 

Naja sagittifera (II)

 

Andaman cobra

 

Naja samarensis (II)

 

South-east Philippine spitting cobra

 

Naja siamensis (II)

 

Indochinese spitting cobra

 

Naja sputatrix (II)

 

South Indonesian spitting cobra

 

Naja sumatrana (II)

 

Golden spitting cobra

 

Ophiophagus hannah (II)

 

King cobra

Loxocemidae

 
 
 

Mexican dwarf boa

 

Loxocemidae spp. (II)

 

Mexican dwarf boa

Pythonidae

 
 
 

Pythons

 

Pythonidae spp. (II) (Except for the subspecies included in Annex A)

 

Pythons

Python molurus molurus (I)

 
 

Indian python

Tropidophiidae

 
 
 

Wood boas

 

Tropidophiidae spp. (II)

 

Wood boas

Viperidae

 
 
 

Vipers

 
 

Crotalus durissus (III Honduras)

Neotropical rattlesnake

 

Crotalus durissus unicolor

 

Aruba rattlesnake

 
 

Daboia russelii (III India)

Russell's viper

Vipera latifii

 
 

Latifi's viper

Vipera ursinii (I) (Only the population of Europe, except the area which formerly constituted the USSR; these latter populations are not included in the Annexes to this Regulation)

 
 

Orsini's viper

 

Vipera wagneri (II)

 

Wagner's viper

TESTUDINES

Carettochelyidae

 
 
 

Pig-nosed turtles

 

Carettochelys insculpta (II)

 

Pig-nosed turtle

Chelidae

 
 
 

Austro-American sideneck turtles

 

Chelodina mccordi (II)

 

Roti snake-necked turtle

Pseudemydura umbrina (I)

 
 

Western swamp turtle

Cheloniidae

 
 
 

Sea turtles

Cheloniidae spp. (I)

 
 

Sea turtles

Chelydridae

 
 
 

Snapping turltes

 
 

Macrochelys temminckii (III United States of America)

Alligator snapping turtle

Dermatemydidae

 
 
 

Central American river turtle

 

Dermatemys mawii (II)

 

Central American river turtle

Dermochelyidae

 
 
 

Leatherback turtle

Dermochelys coriacea (I)

 
 

Leatherback turtle

Emydidae

 
 
 

Box turtles, freshwater turtles

 

Chrysemys picta

 

Painted turtle

 

Glyptemys insculpta (II)

 

Wood turtle

Glyptemys muhlenbergii (I)

 
 

Bog turtle

 
 

Graptemys spp. (III United States of America)

Map turtles

 

Terrapene spp. (II) (Except for the species included in Annex A)

 

Box turtles

Terrapene coahuila (I)

 
 

Aquatic box turtle

 

Trachemys scripta elegans

 

Red-eared terrapin

Geoemydidae

 

Batagur baska (I)

 
 

Batagur

 
 

Callagur borneoensis (II)

 

Painted terrapin

 
 

Cuora spp. (II)

 

Asian box turtles

 

Geoclemys hamiltonii (I)

 
 

Black pond turtle

 
 
 

Geoemyda spengleri (III China)

Black-breasted leaf turtle

 
 

Heosemys annandalii (II)

 

Yellow-headed temple turtle

 
 

Heosemys depressa (II)

 

Arakan forest turtle

 
 

Heosemys grandis (II)

 

Giant Asian turtle

 
 

Heosemys spinosa (II)

 

Spiny turtle

 
 

Kachuga spp. (II)

 

Roofed turtles

 
 

Leucocephalon yuwonoi (II)

 

Sulawesi forest turtle

 
 

Malayemys macrocephala (II)

 

Snail-eating turtle

 
 

Malayemys subtrijuga (II)

 

Ricefield turtle

 
 

Mauremys annamensis (II)

 

Annam pond turtle

 
 
 

Mauremys iversoni (III China)

Fujian pond turtle

 
 
 

Mauremys megalocephala (III China)

Big-headed pond turtle

 
 

Mauremys mutica (II)

 

Yellow pond turtle

 
 
 

Mauremys nigricans (III China)

Red-necked turtle

 
 
 

Mauremys pritchardi (III China)

Pritchard’s pond turtle

 
 
 

Mauremys reevesii (III China)

Reeves’s turtle

 
 
 

Mauremys sinensis (III China)

Chinese stripe-necked turtle

 

Melanochelys tricarinata (I)

 
 

Three-keeled land tortoise

 

Morenia ocellata (I)

 
 

Burmese swamp turtle

 
 

Notochelys platynota (II)

 

Malayan flat-shelled turtle

 
 
 

Ocadia glyphistoma (III China)

Notch-mouthed stripe-necked turtle

 
 
 

Ocadia philippeni (III China)

Philippen’s stripe-necked turtle

 
 

Orlitia borneensis (II)

 

Malayan giant turtle

 
 

Pangshura spp. (Except for the species included in Annex A)

 

Roofed turtles

 

Pangshura tecta (I)

 
 

Indian roofed turtle

 
 
 

Sacalia bealei (III China)

Beal’s eyed turtle

 
 
 

Sacalia pseudocellata (III China)

Chinese false-eyed turtle

 
 
 

Sacalia quadriocellata (III China)

Four-eyed turtle

 
 

Siebenrockiella crassicollis (II)

 

Black marsh turtle

 
 

Siebenrockiella leytensis (II)

 

Philippine pond turtle

Platysternidae

 
 
 

Big-headed turtle

 

Platysternon megacephalum (II)

 

Big-headed turtle

Podocnemididae

 
 
 

Afro-American sideneck turtles

 

Erymnochelys madagascariensis (II)

 

Madagascar sideneck turtle

 

Peltocephalus dumerilianus (II)

 

Big-headed sideneck turtle

 

Podocnemis spp. (II)

 

Sideneck turtles

Testudinidae

 
 
 

Tortoises

 

Testudinidae spp. (II) (Except for the species included in Annex A; a zero annual export quota has been established for Geochelone sulcata for specimens removed from the wild and traded for primarily commercial purposes.)

 

Tortoises

Astrochelys radiata (I)

 
 

Radiated tortoise

Astrochelys yniphora (I)

 
 

Angonoka

Chelonoidis nigra (I)

 
 

Galapagos giant tortoise

Gopherus flavomarginatus (I)

 
 

Bolson tortoise

Malacochersus tornieri (II)

 
 

Pancake tortoise

Psammobates geometricus (I)

 
 

Geometric tortoise

Pyxis arachnoides (I)

 
 

Madagascar spider tortoise

Pyxis planicauda (I)

 
 

Madagascar flat-shelled tortoise

Testudo graeca (II)

 
 

Spur-thighed tortoise

Testudo hermanni (II)

 
 

Hermann's tortoise

Testudo kleinmanni (I)

 
 

Egyptian tortoise

Testudo marginata (II)

 
 

Marginated tortoise

Trionychidae

 
 
 

Softshell turtles, terrapins

 

Amyda cartilaginea (II)

 

Southeast Asian soft-shelled turtle

Apalone spinifera atra (I)

 
 

Cuatro Cienagas soft-shell turtle

Aspideretes gangeticus (I)

 
 

Indian soft-shell turtle

Aspideretes hurum (I)

 
 

Peacock soft-shell turtle

Aspideretes nigricans (I)

 
 

Black soft-shell turtle

 

Chitra spp. (II)

 

Narrow-headed softshell turtles

 

Lissemys punctata (II)

 

Indo-Gangetic flapshell turtle

 

Lissemys scutata (II)

 

Burmese flapshell turtle

 
 

Palea steindachneri (III China)

Wattle-necked softshell turtle

 

Pelochelys spp. (II)

 

Giant softshell turtles

 
 

Pelodiscus axenaria (III China)

Hunan softshell turtle

 
 

Pelodiscus maackii (III China)

Amur softshell turtle

 
 

Pelodiscus parviformis (III China)

Chinese softshell turtle

 
 

Rafetus swinhoei (III China)

Yangtze softshell turtle

AMPHIBIA

 
 
 

Amphibians

ANURA

Bufonidae

 
 
 

Toads

Altiphrynoides spp. (I)

 
 

Malcolm’s Ethiopian toad

Atelopus zeteki (I)

 
 

Golden frog

Bufo periglenes (I)

 
 

Golden toad

Bufo superciliaris (I)

 
 

Cameroon toad

Nectophrynoides spp. (I)

 
 

African viviparous toads

Nimbaphrynoides spp. (I)

 
 

Nimba toads

Spinophrynoides spp. (I)

 
 

Osgood’s Ethiopian toad

Dendrobatidae

 
 
 

Poison frogs

 

Allobates femoralis (II)

 

Brilliant-thighed poison frog

 

Allobates zaparo (II)

 

Sanguine poison frog

 

Cryptophyllobates azureiventris (II)

 

Sky-blue poison frog

 

Dendrobates spp. (II)

 

Poison-arrow frogs

 

Epipedobates spp. (II)

 

Poison-arrow frogs

 

Phyllobates spp. (II)

 

Poison-arrow frogs

Mantellidae

 
 
 

Mantella frogs

 

Mantella spp. (II)

 

Mantella frogs

Microhylidae

 
 
 

Tomato frogs

Dyscophus antongilii (I)

 
 

Tomato frog

 

Scaphiophryne gottlebei (II)

 

Red rain frog

Myobatrachidae

 
 
 

Gastric brooding frogs

 

Rheobatrachus spp. (II) (Except for the species included in Annex A)

 

Gastric brooding frog

Rheobatrachus silus (II)

 
 

Platypus frog

Ranidae

 
 
 

Frogs

 

Conraua goliath

 

Goliath frog

 

Euphlyctis hexadactylus (II)

 

Six-fingered frog

 

Hoplobatrachus tigerinus (II)

 

Tiger frog

 

Rana catesbeiana

 

American bullfrog

CAUDATA

Ambystomatidae

 
 
 

Axolotls

 

Ambystoma dumerilii (II)

 

Lake Patzcuaro salamander

 

Ambystoma mexicanum (II)

 

Axolotl

Cryptobranchidae

 
 
 

Giant salamanders

Andrias spp. (I)

 
 

Giant salamanders

ELASMOBRANCHII

 
 
 

Sharks and rays

LAMNIFORMES

Cetorhinidae

 
 
 

Basking sharks

 

Cetorhinus maximus (II)

 

Basking shark

Lamnidae

 
 
 

Great white shark

 

Carcharodon carcharias (II)

 

Great white shark

ORECTOLOBIFORMES

Rhincodontidae

 
 
 

Whale sharks

 

Rhincodon typus (II)

 

Whale shark

RAJIFORMES

Pristidae

 
 
 

Sawfishes

Pristidae spp. (I) (Except for the species included in Annex B)

 
 

Sawfishes

 

Pristis microdon (II) (For the exclusive purpose of allowing international trade in live animals to appropriate and acceptable aquaria for primarily conservation purposes. All other specimens shall be deemed to be specimens of species included in Annex A and the trade in them shall be regulated accordingly)

 

Freshwater sawfish

ACTINOPTERYGII

 
 
 

Fish

ACIPENSERIFORMES

 
 

ACIPENSERIFORMES spp. (II) (Except for the species included in Annex A)

 

Sturgeons and paddlefish

Acipenseridae

 
 
 

Sturgeons

Acipenser brevirostrum (I)

 
 

Shortnose sturgeon

Acipenser sturio (I)

 
 

Common sturgeon

ANGUILLIFORMES

Anguillidae

 
 
 

Freshwater eels

 

Anguilla anguilla (II) (This inclusion will enter into force on 13 March 2009)

 

European eel

CYPRINIFORMES

Catostomidae

 
 
 

Cui-ui

Chasmistes cujus (I)

 
 

Cui-ui

Cyprinidae

 
 
 

Blind carps, plaeesok

 

Caecobarbus geertsi (II)

 

African blind barb fish

Probarbus jullieni (I)

 
 

Ikan temoleh

OSTEOGLOSSIFORMES

Osteoglossidae

 
 
 

Arapaimas, bonytongues

 

Arapaima gigas (II)

 

Arapaima

Scleropages formosus (I)

 
 

Asian arowana

PERCIFORMES

Labridae

 
 
 

Wrasses

 

Cheilinus undulatus (II)

 

Humphead wrasse

Sciaenidae

 
 
 

Totoabas

Totoaba macdonaldi (I)

 
 

Totoaba

SILURIFORMES

Pangasiidae

 
 
 

Pangasid catfish

Pangasianodon gigas (I)

 
 

Giant catfish

SYNGNATHIFORMES

Syngnathidae

 
 
 

Pipefishes, seahorses

 

Hippocampus spp. (II)

 

Seahorses

SARCOPTERYGII

 
 
 

Lungfishes

CERATODONTIFORMES

Ceratodontidae

 
 
 

Australian lungfishes

 

Neoceratodus forsteri (II)

 

Australian lungfish

COELACANTHIFORMES

Latimeriidae

 
 
 

Coelacanths

Latimeria spp. (I)

 
 

Coelacanths

ECHINODERMATA (STARFISH, BRITTLE STARS, SEA URCHINS AND SEA CUCUMBERS)

HOLOTHUROIDEA

 
 
 

Sea cucumbers

ASPIDOCHIROTIDA

Stichopodidae

 
 
 

Sea cucumbers

 
 

Isostichopus fuscus (III Ecuador)

Brown sea cucumber

ARTHROPODA (ARTHROPODS)

ARACHNIDA

 
 
 

Spiders and scorpions

ARANEAE

Theraphosidae

 
 
 

Red-kneed tarantulas, tarantulas

 

Aphonopelma albiceps (II)

 
 
 

Aphonopelma pallidum (II)

 

Chihuahua rose-grey tarantula

 

Brachypelma spp. (II)

 

Central American tarantulas

SCORPIONES

Scorpionidae

 
 
 

Scorpions

 

Pandinus dictator (II)

 
 
 

Pandinus gambiensis (II)

 

Giant Senegalese scorpion

 

Pandinus imperator (II)

 

Emperor scorpion

INSECTA

 
 
 

Insects

COLEOPTERA

 
 
 

Beetles

Lucanidae

 
 
 

Stag beetles

 
 

Colophon spp. (III South Africa)

Cape stag beetles

LEPIDOPTERA

 
 
 

Butterflies

Papilionidae

 
 
 

Birdwing and swallowtail butterflies

 

Atrophaneura jophon (II)

 

Sri Lankan rose

 

Atrophaneura palu

 

Palu swallowtail butterfly

 

Atrophaneura pandiyana (II)

 

Malabar rose

 

Bhutanitis spp. (II)

 

Swallowtail butterflies

 

Graphium sandawanum

 

Apo swallowtail butterfly

 

Graphium stresemanni

 

Seram swallowtail

 

Ornithoptera spp. (II) (except for the species included in Annex A)

 

Birdwing butterflies

Ornithoptera alexandrae (I)

 
 

Queen Alexandra's birdwing

 

Papilio benguetanus

 
 

Papilio chikae (I)

 
 

Luzon peacock swallowtail

 

Papilio esperanza

 
 

Papilio homerus (I)

 
 

Homerus swallowtail

Papilio hospiton (I)

 
 

Corsican swallowtail

 

Papilio morondavana

 

Madagascan emperor swallowtail

 

Papilio neumoegeni

 
 
 

Parides ascanius

 

Fluminense swallowtail butterfly

 

Parides hahneli

 

Hahnel's amazonian swallowtail butterfly

Parnassius apollo (II)

 
 

Mountain apollo

 

Teinopalpus spp. (II)

 

Kaiser-I-Hind butterflies

 

Trogonoptera spp. (II)

 

Birdwing butterflies

 

Troides spp. (II)

 

Birdwing butterflies

ANNELIDA (SEGMENTED WORMS AND LEECHES)

HIRUDINOIDEA

 
 
 

Leeches

ARHYNCHOBDELLIDA

Hirudinidae

 
 
 

Leeches

 

Hirudo medicinalis (II)

 

Medicinal leech

MOLLUSCA (MOLLUSCS)

BIVALVIA

 
 
 

Bivalve molluscs (clams, mussels etc.)

MYTILOIDA

Mytilidae

 
 
 

Marine mussels

 

Lithophaga lithophaga (II)

 

European date mussel

UNIONOIDA

Unionidae

 
 
 

Freshwater mussels, pearly mussels

Conradilla caelata (I)

 
 

Birdwing pearly mussel

 

Cyprogenia aberti (II)

 

Western fanshell mussel

Dromus dromas (I)

 
 

Dromedary pearly mussel

Epioblasma curtisii (I)

 
 

Curtis' pearly mussel

Epioblasma florentina (I)

 
 

Yellow-blossom pearly mussel

Epioblasma sampsonii (I)

 
 

Wabash riffleshell

Epioblasma sulcata perobliqua (I)

 
 

White catspaw mussel

Epioblasma torulosa gubernaculum (I)

 
 

Green-blossom pearly mussel

 

Epioblasma torulosa rangiana (II)

 

Northern riffleshell

Epioblasma torulosa torulosa (I)

 
 

Turbercled-blossom pearly mussel

Epioblasma turgidula (I)

 
 

Turgid-blossom pearly mussel

Epioblasma walkeri (I)

 
 

Tan riffleshell

Fusconaia cuneolus (I)

 
 

Fine-rayed pigtoe pearly mussel

Fusconaia edgariana (I)

 
 

Shiny pigtoe pearly mussel

Lampsilis higginsii (I)

 
 

Higgins' eye pearly mussel

Lampsilis orbiculata orbiculata (I)

 
 

Pink mucket pearly mussel

Lampsilis satur (I)

 
 

Sandback pocketbook mussel

Lampsilis virescens (I)

 
 

Alabama lamp pearly mussel

Plethobasus cicatricosus (I)

 
 

White warty-back pearly mussel

Plethobasus cooperianus (I)

 
 

Orange-footed pimpleback mussel

 

Pleurobema clava (II)

 

Clubshell pearly mussel

Pleurobema plenum (I)

 
 

Rough pigtoe pearly mussel

Potamilus capax (I)

 
 

Fat pocketbook pearly mussel

Quadrula intermedia (I)

 
 

Cumberland monkey-face pearly mussel

Quadrula sparsa (I)

 
 

Appalachian monkey-face pearly mussel

Toxolasma cylindrellus (I)

 
 

Pale lilliput pearly mussel

Unio nickliniana (I)

 
 

Nicklin's pearly mussel

Unio tampicoensis tecomatensis (I)

 
 

Tampico pearly mussel

Villosa trabalis (I)

 
 

Cumberland bean pearly mussel

VENEROIDA

Tridacnidae

 
 
 

Giant clams

 

Tridacnidae spp. (II)

 

Giant clams

GASTROPODA

 
 
 

Slugs, snails and conches

ARCHAEOGASTROPODA

Haliotidae

 
 
 

Abalones

 
 

Haliotis midae (III South Africa)

Midas ear abalone

MESOGASTROPODA

Strombidae

 
 
 

Conches

 

Strombus gigas (II)

 

Queen conch

STYLOMMATOPHORA

Achatinellidae

 
 
 

Agate snails, oahu tree snails

Achatinella spp. (I)

 
 

Little agate shells

Camaenidae

 
 
 

Green tree snail

 

Papustyla pulcherrima (II)

 

Manus green tree snail

CNIDARIA (CORALS, FIRE CORALS, SEA ANEMONES)

ANTHOZOA

 
 
 

Corals, sea anemones

ANTIPATHARIA

 
 

ANTIPATHARIA spp. (II)

 

Black corals

HELIOPORACEA

Helioporidae

 
 
 

Blue coral

 

Helioporidae spp. (II) (Includes only the species Heliopora coerulea(7)

 

Blue coral

SCLERACTINIA

 
 

SCLERACTINIA spp. (II) (7)

 

Stony corals

STOLONIFERA

Tubiporidae

 
 
 

Organpipe corals

 

Tubiporidae spp. (II) (7)

 

Organpipe corals

HYDROZOA

 
 
 

Sea ferns, fire corals, stinging medusas

MILLEPORINA

Milleporidae

 
 
 

Wello fire corals

 

Milleporidae spp. (II) (7)

 

Wello fire corals

STYLASTERINA

Stylasteridae

 
 
 

Lace corals

 

Stylasteridae spp. (II) (7)

 

Lace corals

FLORA

AGAVACEAE

 
 
 

Agaves

Agave parviflora (I)

 
 

Santa Cruz striped agave

 

Agave victoriae-reginae (II) #1

 

Queen Victoria agave

 

Nolina interrata (II)

 

Dehesa bear-grass

AMARYLLIDACEAE

 
 
 

Amaryllids

 

Galanthus spp. (II) #1

 

Snowdrops

 

Sternbergia spp. (II) #1

 

Sternbergias

APOCYNACEAE

 
 
 

Dogbanes

 

Hoodia spp. (II) #9

 

Hoodia

 

Pachypodium spp. (II) (Except for the species included in Annex A) #1

 

Elephant trunks

Pachypodium ambongense (I)

 
 
 

Pachypodium baronii (I)

 
 
 

Pachypodium decaryi (I)

 
 
 
 

Rauvolfia serpentina (II) #2

 

Snake-root devil-pepper

ARALIACEAE

 
 
 

Aralias

 

Panax ginseng (II) (Only the population of the Russian Federation; no other population is included in the Annexes to this Regulation) #3

 

Asian ginseng

 

Panax quinquefolius (II) #3

 

American ginseng

ARAUCARIACEAE

 
 
 

Araucarias

Araucaria araucana (I)

 
 

Monkey-puzzle tree

BERBERIDACEAE

 
 
 

Barberries

 

Podophyllum hexandrum (II) #2

 

Himalayan may-apple

BROMELIACEAE

 
 
 

Air plants, bromelias

 

Tillandsia harrisii (II) #1

 

Harris' tillandsia

 

Tillandsia kammii (II) #1

 

Kamm's tillandsia

 

Tillandsia kautskyi (II) #1

 

Kautsky's tillandsia

 

Tillandsia mauryana (II) #1

 

Maury's tillandsia

 

Tillandsia sprengeliana (II) #1

 

Sprengel's tillandsia

 

Tillandsia sucrei (II) #1

 

Sucre tillandsia

 

Tillandsia xerographica (II) #1

 

Xerographic tillandsia

CACTACEAE

 
 
 

Cacti

 

CACTACEAE spp. (II) (Except for the species included in Annex A and Pereskia spp., Pereskiopsis spp. and Quiabentia spp.) (8) #4

 

Cacti

Ariocarpus spp. (I)

 
 

Living rock cacti

Astrophytum asterias (I)

 
 

Star cactus

Aztekium ritteri (I)

 
 

Aztec cactus

Coryphantha werdermannii (I)

 
 

Jobali pincushion cactus

Discocactus spp. (I)

 
 

Discocacti

Echinocereus ferreirianus ssp. lindsayi (I)

 
 

Lindsay's hedgehog cacti

Echinocereus schmollii (I)

 
 

Lamb's-tail cactus

Escobaria minima (I)

 
 

Nelle's cactus

Escobaria sneedii (I)

 
 

Sneed's pincushion cactus

Mammillaria pectinifera (I)

 
 

Conchilinque

Mammillaria solisioides (I)

 
 

Pitayita

Melocactus conoideus (I)

 
 

Conelike Turk's-cap cactus

Melocactus deinacanthus (I)

 
 

Wonderfully-bristled Turk's cap cactus

Melocactus glaucescens (I)

 
 

Woolly waxy-stemmed Turk's-cap cactus

Melocactus paucispinus (I)

 
 

Few-spined Turk's-cap cactus

Obregonia denegrii (I)

 
 

Artichoke cactus

Pachycereus militaris (I)

 
 

Grenadier's cap

Pediocactus bradyi (I)

 
 

Brady's pincushion cactus

Pediocactus knowltonii (I)

 
 

Knowlton's cactus

Pediocactus paradinei (I)

 
 

Houserock valley cactus

Pediocactus peeblesianus (I)

 
 

Peebles's Navajo cactus

Pediocactus sileri (I)

 
 

Siler's pincushion cactus

Pelecyphora spp. (I)

 
 

Pine cane cactus

Sclerocactus brevihamatus ssp. tobuschii (I)

 
 

Tobusch fishhook cactus

Sclerocactus erectocentrus (I)

 
 

Needle-spined pineapple cactus

Sclerocactus glaucus (I)

 
 

Uinta Basin hookless cactus

Sclerocactus mariposensis (I)

 
 

Mariposa cactus

Sclerocactus mesae-verdae (I)

 
 

Mesa Verde cactus

Sclerocactus nyensis (I)

 
 

Tonopah fishook cactus

Sclerocactus papyracanthus (I)

 
 

Grama-grass cactus

Sclerocactus pubispinus (I)

 
 

Great-Basin fishhook cactus

Sclerocactus wrightiae (I)

 
 

Wright's fishhook cactus

Strombocactus spp. (I)

 
 

Peyote

Turbinicarpus spp. (I)

 
 

Turbinicarps

Uebelmannia spp. (I)

 
 

Uebelmann cacti

CARYOCARACEAE

 
 
 

Ajos

 

Caryocar costaricense (II) #1

 

Ajillo

COMPOSITAE (ASTERACEAE)

 
 
 

Asters, daisies, costus

Saussurea costus (I) (also known as S. lappa or Aucklandia costus)

 
 

Costus

CRASSULACEAE

 
 
 

Dudleyas, crassulas

 

Dudleya stolonifera (II)

 

Laguna beach dudleya

 

Dudleya traskiae (II)

 

Santa Barbara Island dudleya

CUPRESSACEAE

 
 
 

Cypresses

Fitzroya cupressoides (I)

 
 

Alerce

Pilgerodendron uviferum (I)

 
 

Pilgerodendron

CYATHEACEAE

 
 
 

Tree ferns

 

Cyathea spp. (II) #1

 

Tree ferns

CYCADACEAE

 
 
 

Cycads

 

CYCADACEAE spp. (II) (Except for the species included in Annex A) #1

 

Cycads

Cycas beddomei (I)

 
 

Beddome’s cycad

DICKSONIACEAE

 
 
 

Tree ferns

 

Cibotium barometz (II) #1

 
 
 

Dicksonia spp. (II) (Only the populations of the Americas; no other populations are included in the Annexes to this Regulation: includes Dicksonia berteriana, D. externa, D. sellowiana and D. stuebelii) #1

 

Tree ferns

DIDIEREACEAE

 
 
 

Didiereas

 

DIDIEREACEAE spp. (II) #1

 

Alluaudias, didiereas

DIOSCOREACEAE

 
 
 

Yams

 

Dioscorea deltoidea (II) #1

 

Elephant's foot

DROSERACEAE

 
 
 

Sundews

 

Dionaea muscipula (II) #1

 

Venus fly-trap

EUPHORBIACEAE

 
 
 

Spurges

 

Euphorbia spp. (II) (Except for the species included in Annex A; succulent species only; artificially propagated specimens of cultivars of Euphorbia trigona, artificially propagated, crested, fan-shaped or colour mutants of Euphorbia lactea, when grafted on artificially propagated root stock of Euphorbia neriifolia and artificially propagated specimens of cultivars of Euphorbia‘Milii’ when they are traded in shipments of 100 or more plants and readily recognisable as artificially propagated specimens, are not subject to the provisions of this Regulation) #1

 

Euphorbias

Euphorbia ambovombensis (I)

 
 
 

Euphorbia capsaintemariensis (I)

 
 
 

Euphorbia cremersii (I)

 
 
 

Euphorbia cylindrifolia (I)

 
 
 

Euphorbia decaryi (I)

 
 
 

Euphorbia francoisii (I)

 
 
 

Euphorbia handiensis (II)

 
 
 

Euphorbia lambii (II)

 
 
 

Euphorbia moratii (I)

 
 
 

Euphorbia parvicyathophora (I)

 
 
 

Euphorbia quartziticola (I)

 
 
 

Euphorbia tulearensis (I)

 
 
 

Euphorbia stygiana (II)

 
 
 

FOUQUIERIACEAE

 
 
 

Ocotillos, boojums

 

Fouquieria columnaris (II) #1

 

Boojum tree

Fouquieria fasciculata (I)

 
 

Arbol del barril

Fouquieria purpusii (I)

 
 
 

GNETACEAE

 
 
 

Joint firs

 
 

Gnetum montanum (III Nepal) #1

 

JUGLANDACEAE

 
 
 

Walnuts, gavilan

 

Oreomunnea pterocarpa (II) #1

 

Gavilàn

LEGUMINOSAE

(FABACEAE)

 
 
 

Legumes

 

Caesalpinia echinata (II) #10

 

Brazil wood

Dalbergia nigra (I)

 
 

Brazilian rosewood

 
 

Dalbergia retusa (III population of Guatemala) #5

Black rosewood

 
 

Dalbergia stevensonii (III population of Guatemala) #5

Honduras rosewood

 
 

Dipteryx panamensis (III Costa Rica/Nicaragua)

Almendro

 

Pericopsis elata (II) #5

 

Afrormosia

 

Platymiscium pleiostachyum (II) #1

 

Quira macawood

 

Pterocarpus santalinus (II) #7

 

Red sandalwood

LILIACEAE

 
 
 

Lilies

 

Aloe spp. (II) (Except for the species included in Annex A and Aloe vera, also known as Aloe barbadensis, which is not included in the Annexes to this Regulation) #1

 

Aloes

Aloe albida (I)

 
 
 

Aloe albiflora (I)

 
 
 

Aloe alfredii (I)

 
 
 

Aloe bakeri (I)

 
 
 

Aloe bellatula (I)

 
 
 

Aloe calcairophila (I)

 
 
 

Aloe compressa (I)

 
 
 

Aloe delphinensis (I)

 
 
 

Aloe descoingsii (I)

 
 
 

Aloe fragilis (I)

 
 
 

Aloe haworthioides (I)

 
 
 

Aloe helenae (I)

 
 
 

Aloe laeta (I)

 
 
 

Aloe parallelifolia (I)

 
 
 

Aloe parvula (I)

 
 
 

Aloe pillansii (I)

 
 
 

Aloe polyphylla (I)

 
 
 

Aloe rauhii (I)

 
 
 

Aloe suzannae (I)

 
 
 

Aloe versicolor (I)

 
 
 

Aloe vossii (I)

 
 
 

MAGNOLIACEAE

 
 
 

Magnolias

 
 

Magnolia liliifera var. obovata (III Nepal) #1

Safan

MELIACEAE

 
 
 

Mahoganies

 
 

Cedrela odorata (III Population of Colombia, Population of Guatemala, Population of Peru) #5

Spanish cedar

 

Swietenia humilis (II) #1

 

Honduras mahogany

 

Swietenia macrophylla (II) (Population of the Neotropics — includes Central and South America and the Caribbean) #6

 

Big-leaf mahogany

 

Swietenia mahagoni (II) #5

 

Caribbean mahogany

NEPENTHACEAE

 
 
 

Pitcher plants (old-world)

 

Nepenthes spp. (II) (Except for the species included in Annex A) #1

 

Tropical pitcher plants

Nepenthes khasiana (I)

 
 

Indian pitcher plant

Nepenthes rajah (I)

 
 

Giant tropical pitcher plant

ORCHIDACEAE

 
 
 

Orchids

 

ORCHIDACEAE spp. (II) (Except for the species included in Annex A) (9) #1

 

Orchids

For all of the following Annex A species, seedling or tissue cultures obtained in vitro, in solid or liquid media, transported in sterile containers, are not subject to the provisions of this Regulation.

 
 
 

Aerangis ellisii (I)

 
 
 

Cephalanthera cucullata (II)

 
 

Hooded helleborine

Cypripedium calceolus (II)

 
 

Lady's slipper orchid

Dendrobium cruentum (I)

 
 
 

Goodyera macrophylla (II)

 
 

Madeiran lady’s-tresses

Laelia jongheana (I)

 
 
 

Laelia lobata (I)

 
 
 

Liparis loeselii (II)

 
 

Fen orchid

Ophrys argolica (II)

 
 

Eyed bee orchid

Ophrys lunulata (II)

 
 

Crescent ophrys

Orchis scopulorum (II)

 
 

Madeiran orchid

Paphiopedilum spp. (I)

 
 

Asian slipper orchids

Peristeria elata (I)

 
 

Holy ghost orchid

Phragmipedium spp. (I)

 
 

South American slipper orchids

Renanthera imschootiana (I)

 
 

Red vanda

Spiranthes aestivalis (II)

 
 

Summer lady's-tresses

OROBANCHACEAE

 
 
 

Broomrapes

 

Cistanche deserticola (II) #1

 

Desert cistanche

PALMAE

(ARECACEAE)

 
 
 

Palms

 

Beccariophoenix madagascariensis (II) #1

 

Manarano

Chrysalidocarpus decipiens (I)

 
 

Butterfly palm

 

Lemurophoenix halleuxii (II)

 

Hovitra varimena

 

Marojejya darianii (II)

 

Ravimbe

 

Neodypsis decaryi (II) #1

 

Triangle palm

 

Ravenea louvelii(II)

 

Lakamarefo

 

Ravenea rivularis (II)

 

Gora

 

Satranala decussilvae (II)

 

Satranabe

 

Voanioala gerardii (II)

 

Voanioala

PAPAVERACEAE

 
 
 

Poppies

 
 

Meconopsis regia (III Nepal) #1

Himalayan poppy

PINACEAE

 
 
 

Pine family

Abies guatemalensis (I)

 
 

Guatemalan fir

PODOCARPACEAE

 
 
 

Podocarps

 
 

Podocarpus neriifolius (III Nepal) #1

Yellow wood

Podocarpus parlatorei (I)

 
 

Parlatore's podocarp

PORTULACACEAE

 
 
 

Portulacas, purslanes

 

Anacampseros spp. (II) #1

 

Purslanes

 

Avonia spp. #1

 
 
 

Lewisia serrata (II) #1

 

Saw-toothed lewisia

PRIMULACEAE

 
 
 

Primulas, cyclamens

 

Cyclamen spp. (II) (10) #1

 

Cyclamens

PROTEACEAE

 
 
 

Proteas

 

Orothamnus zeyheri (II) #1

 

Marsh-rose

 

Protea odorata (II) #1

 

Ground-rose

RANUNCULACEAE

 
 
 

Buttercups

 

Adonis vernalis (II) #2

 

Yellow adonis

 

Hydrastis canadensis (II) #8

 

Golden seal

ROSACEAE

 
 
 

Roses, cherries

 

Prunus africana (II) #1

 

African cherry

RUBIACEAE

 
 
 

Ayugue

Balmea stormiae (I)

 
 

Ayugue

SARRACENIACEAE

 
 
 

Pitcher plants (new world)

 

Sarracenia spp. (II) (Except for the species included in Annex A) #1

 

Pitcher plants

Sarracenia oreophila (I)

 
 

Green pitcher plant

Sarracenia rubra ssp. alabamensis (I)

 
 

Alabama canebrake pitcher plant

Sarracenia rubra ssp. jonesii (I)

 
 

Mountain sweet pitcher plant

SCROPHULARIACEAE

 
 
 

Figworts

 

Picrorhiza kurrooa (II) (excludes Picrorhiza scrophulariiflora) #2

 

Indian gentian

STANGERIACEAE

 
 
 

Stangerias (cycads)

 

Bowenia spp. (II) #1

 

Cycads

Stangeria eriopus (I)

 
 

Stangeria

TAXACEAE

 
 
 

Yews

 

Taxus chinensis (II) #2

 

Chinese yew

 

Taxus cuspidata (II) (11) #2

 

Japanese yew

 

Taxus fuana (II) #2

 

Tibetan yew

 

Taxus sumatrana (II) #2

 

Sumatran yew

 

Taxus wallichiana (II) #2

 

Himalayan yew

THYMELEACEAE

(AQUILARIACEAE)

 
 
 

Agarwood, ramin

 

Aquilaria spp. (II) #1

 

Agarwood

 

Gonystylus spp. (II) #1

 

Ramin

 

Gyrinops spp. (II) #1

 

Agarwood

TROCHODENDRACEAE

(TETRACENTRACEAE)

 
 
 

Tetracentrons

 
 

Tetracentron sinense (III Nepal) #1

 

VALERIANACEAE

 
 
 

Valerians

 

Nardostachys grandiflora #2

 
 

WELWITSCHIACEAE

 
 
 

Welwitschias

 

Welwitschia mirabilis (II) #1

 

Welwitschia

ZAMIACEAE

 
 
 

Cycads

 

ZAMIACEAE spp. (II) (Except for the species included in Annex A) #1

 

Cycads

Ceratozamia spp. (I)

 
 

Horncones

Chigua spp. (I)

 
 
 

Encephalartos spp. (I)

 
 

Bread palms

Microcycas calocoma (I)

 
 

Palm corcho

ZINGIBERACEAE

 
 
 

Ginger lilies

 

Hedychium philippinense (II) #1

 

Philippine garland-flower

ZYGOPHYLLACEAE

 
 
 

Lignum-vitae

 

Guaiacum spp. (II) #2

 

Lignum-vitae

 
 

Bulnesia sarmientoi (III Argentina) #11

Guaiacwood

(1)   Population of Argentina (listed in Annex B):

(2)   Population of Bolivia (listed in Annex B):

(3)   Population of Chile (listed in Annex B):

(4)   Population of Peru (listed in Annex B):

(5)   All species are listed in Appendix II except Balaena mysticetus, Eubalaena spp., Balaenoptera acutorostrata (except population of West Greenland), Balaenoptera bonaerensis, Balaenoptera borealis, Balaenoptera edeni, Balaenoptera musculus, Balaenoptera physalus, Megaptera novaeangliae, Orcaella brevirostris, Sotalia spp, Sousa spp, Eschrichtius robustus, Lipotes vexillifer, Caperea marginata, Neophocaena phocaenoides, Phocoena sinus, Physeter catodon, Platanista spp., Berardius spp., Hyperoodon spp., which are listed in Appendix I. Specimens of the species listed in Appendix II to the Convention, including products and derivatives other than meat products for commercial purposes, taken by the people of Greenland under licence granted by the competent authority concerned, shall be treated as belonging to Annex B. A zero annual export quota is established for live specimens from the Black Sea population of Tursiops truncatus removed from the wild and traded for primarily commercial purposes.

(6)   Populations of Botswana, Namibia, South Africaand Zimbabwe (listed in Annex B):

(7)   The following are not subject to the provisions of this Regulation:

Fossils

Coral sand, that is to say material consisting entirely or in part of finely crushed fragments of dead coral no larger than 2 mm in diameter and which may also contain, amongst other things, the remains of Foraminifera, mollusc and crustacean shell, and coralline algae

Coral fragments (including gravel and rubble), that is to say unconsolidated fragments of broken finger-like dead coral and other material between 2 and 30 mm in diameter.

(8)   Artificially propagated specimens of the following hybrids and/or cultivars are not subject to the provisions of this Regulation:

Hatiora x graeseri

Schlumbergera x buckleyi

Schlumbergera russelliana x Schlumbergera truncata

Schlumbergera orssichiana x Schlumbergera truncata

Schlumbergera opuntioides x Schlumbergera truncata

Schlumbergera truncata (cultivars)

Cactaceae spp. colour mutants lacking chlorophyll, grafted on the following grafting stocks: Harrisia‘Jusbertii’, Hylocereus trigonus or Hylocereus undatus

Opuntia microdasys (cultivars)

(9)   Artificially propagated hybrids of the following genera are not subject to the provisions of this Regulation, if conditions, as indicated in paragraphs a) and b) below, are met: Cymbidium, Dendrobium, Phalaenopsis and Vanda:

a)  Specimens are readily recognizable as artificially propagated and do not show any signs of having been collected in the wild such as mechanical damage or strong dehydration resulting from collection, irregular growth and heterogeneous size and shape within a taxon and shipment, algae or other epiphyllous organisms adhering to leaves, or damage by insects or other pests; and

b)  

i)  when shipped in non flowering state, the specimens must be traded in shipments consisting of individual containers (such as cartons, boxes, crates or individual shelves of CC-containers) each containing 20 or more plants of the same hybrid; the plants within each container must exhibit a high degree of uniformity and healthiness; and the shipment must be accompanied by documentation, such as an invoice, which clearly states the number of plants of each hybrid; or

ii)  when shipped in flowering state, with at least one fully open flower per specimen, no minimum number of specimens per shipment is required but specimens must be professionally processed for commercial retail sale, e.g. labelled with printed labels or packaged with printed packages indicating the name of the hybrid and the country of final processing. This should be clearly visible and allow easy verification. Plants not clearly qualifying for the exemption must be accompanied by appropriate CITES documents.

(10)   Artificially propagated specimens of cultivars of Cyclamen persicum are not subject to the provisions of this Regulation. However, the exemption does not apply to such specimens traded as dormant tubers.

(11)   Artificially propagated hybrids and cultivars of Taxus cuspidata, live, in pots or other small containers, each consignment being accompanied by a label or document stating the name of the taxon or taxa and the text ‘artificially propagated’, are not subject to the provisions of this Regulation.



 

Annex D

Common name

FAUNA

CHORDATA (CHORDATES)

MAMMALIA

 

Mammals

CARNIVORA

Canidae

 

Dogs, foxes, wolves

Vulpes vulpes griffithi (III India) §1

Red fox

Vulpes vulpes montana (III India) §1

Red fox

Vulpes vulpes pusilla (III India) §1

Red fox

Mustelidae

 

Badgers, martens, weasels etc.

Mustela altaica (III India) §1

Mountain weasel

Mustela erminea ferghanae (III India) §1

Stoat

Mustela kathiah (III India) §1

Yellow-bellied weasel

Mustela sibirica (III India) §1

Siberian weasel

DIPROTODONTIA

Macropodidae

 

Kangaroos, wallabies

Dendrolagus dorianus

Doria’s tree-kangaroo

Dendrolagus goodfellowi

Goodfellow's tree-kangaroo

Dendrolagus matschiei

Huon tree-kangaroo

Dendrolagus pulcherrimus

Golden-mantled tree-kangaroo

Dendrolagus stellarum

Seri’s tree-kangaroo

AVES

 

Birds

ANSERIFORMES

Anatidae

 

Ducks, geese, swans

Anas melleri

Meller's duck

COLUMBIFORMES

Columbidae

 

Doves, pigeons

Columba oenops

Peruvian pigeon

Didunculus strigirostris

Tooth-billed pigeon

Ducula pickeringii

Grey imperial-pigeon

Gallicolumba crinigera

Mindanao bleeding-heart

Ptilinopus marchei

Flame-breasted fruit-dove

Turacoena modesta

Black cuckoo-dove

GALLIFORMES

Cracidae

 

Chachalacas, currassows, guans

Crax alector

Black curassow

Pauxi unicornis

Horned curassow

Penelope pileata

White-crested guan

Megapodiidae

 

Megapodes, scrubfowl

Eulipoa wallacei

Moluccan scrubfowl

Phasianidae

 

Grouse, guineafowl, partridges, pheasants, tragopans

Arborophila gingica

White-necklaced partridge

Lophura bulweri

Bulwer's pheasant

Lophura diardi

Siamese fireback

Lophura hoogerwerfi

Hoogerwerf’s pheasant

Lophura inornata

Salvadori's pheasant

Lophura leucomelanos

Kalij pheasant

Syrmaticus reevesii §2

Reeves's pheasant

PASSERIFORMES

Bombycillidae

 

Waxwings

Bombycilla japonica

Japanese waxwing

Corvidae

 

Crows, magpies, jays

Cyanocorax caeruleus

Azure jay

Cyanocorax dickeyi

Tufted jay

Cotingidae

 

Cotingas

Procnias nudicollis

Bare-throated bellbird

Emberizidae

 

Cardinals, seedeaters, tanagers

Dacnis nigripes

Black-legged dacnis

Sporophila falcirostris

Temminck's seedeater

Sporophila frontalis

Buffy-throated seedeater

Sporophila hypochroma

Grey-and-chestnut seedeater

Sporophila palustris

Marsh seedeater

Estrildidae

 

Mannikins, waxbills

Amandava amandava

Red avadavat

Cryptospiza reichenovii

Red-faced crimson-wing

Erythrura coloria

Red-eared parrotfinch

Erythrura viridifacies

Green-faced parrotfinch

Estrilda quartinia (Frequently traded as Estrilda melanotis)

Yellow-bellied waxbill

Hypargos niveoguttatus

Peters’s twinspot

Lonchura griseicapilla

Grey-headed silverbill

Lonchura punctulata

Scaly-breasted munia

Lonchura stygia

Black munia

Fringillidae

 

Finches

Carduelis ambigua

Black-headed greenfinch

Carduelis atrata

Black siskin

Kozlowia roborowskii

Tibetan rosefinch

Pyrrhula erythaca

Grey-headed bullfinch

Serinus canicollis

Cape canary

Serinus citrinelloides hypostictus (Frequently traded as Serinus citrinelloides)

East African citril

Icteridae

 

New-world blackbirds

Sturnella militaris

Pampas meadowlark

Muscicapidae

 

Old-world flycatchers, thrushes

Cochoa azurea

Javan cochoa

Cochoa purpurea

Purple cochoa

Garrulax formosus

Red-winged laughingthrush

Garrulax galbanus

Yellow-throated laughingthrush

Garrulax milnei

Red-tailed laughing thrush

Niltava davidi

Fujian niltava

Stachyris whiteheadi

Chestnut-faced babbler

Swynnertonia swynnertoni (Also referenced as Pogonicichla swynnertoni)

Swynnerton's robin

Turdus dissimilis

Black-breasted thrush

Pittidae

 

Pittas

Pitta nipalensis

Blue-naped pitta

Pitta steerii

Azure-breasted pitta

Sittidae

 

Nuthatches

Sitta magna

Giant nuthatch

Sitta yunnanensis

Yunnan nuthatch

Sturnidae

 

Mynas, starlings

Cosmopsarus regius

Golden-breasted starling

Mino dumontii

Yellow-faced myna

Sturnus erythropygius

White-headed starling

REPTILIA

 

Reptiles

TESTUDINES

Geoemydidae

 

Freshwater turtles

Melanochelys trijuga

Indian black turtle

SAURIA

Cordylidae