Endangered Species (CITES) (Jersey) Law 2012

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Endangered Species (CITES) (Jersey) Law 2012

Revised Edition

02.600

Showing the law as at 1 January 2013

This is a revised edition of the law

Endangered Species (CITES) (Jersey) Law 2012

Arrangement

Article

PART 1

introductory PROVISIONS

1            Interpretation

2            Definitions of “artificially propagated” and “bred in captivity”

3            Definitions of “transit” and “transshipment”

4            Certain Appendix 1 specimens deemed to be Appendix 2 specimens

5            Application of Law

PART 2

ADMINISTRATION

Management Authority

6            Management Authority

7            Powers and functions of the Management Authority

8            Record keeping and reporting requirements

Scientific Authorities

9            Scientific Authorities

10          Powers and functions of Scientific Authorities

Officers

11          Officers

Part 3

CONTROL OF MOVEMENT OF SPECIMENS

12          Import of Appendix 1 or 2 specimens

13          Import of Appendix 3 specimens

14          Export or re-export of Appendix 1, 2 or 3 specimens

15          Exemptions from the application of Articles 12 to 14

16          Commercial producers and traders of specimens to be licensed

17          Pre-Convention specimens

18          Obligation to produce documents and information to an officer or the Management Authority

part 4

permits, certificates and licences

19          Applications for, and grants of, any permit, certificate or licence

20          General conditions for the grant of import permits, export permits and introduction from the sea certificates

21          Conditions relating to an Appendix 1 specimen

22          Conditions relating to an Appendix 2 specimen

23          Conditions relating to an Appendix 3 specimen

24          Management Authority may refuse or cancel invalid permits and certificates

25          Duration of permits, certificates and licences

26          Alteration etc. of permits, certificates or licences

27          Breach of conditions

28          Revocation of any permit, certificate or licence

29          Replacement certificates, permits and licences

30          Fees

PART 5

APPEALS AGAINST DECISIONS

31          Right of appeal to Royal Court

32          Appeals

PART 6

other OFFENCES

33          Specimens only to enter or exit from approved places

34          Possession, sale, purchase and transport of specimens

35          Offences in relation to documents and information

36          Person shall not hinder etc. officer

37          Offence to tamper etc. with marking

38          Attempts to commit offences

39          Offences by bodies corporate etc

part 7

Powers of court

40          Court may order payment of expenses relating to seizure of specimens

41          Disqualification of person from making applications under this Law

PART 8

SEARCH, SEIZURE and forfeiture by officers

42          Powers to search, inspect and seize objects

43          Powers to inspect and seize specimens

44          Power to stop and search persons

45          Search of premises

46          Power to stop, detain, board and search vehicles, vessels and aircraft

47          Forfeiture to the Management Authority

48          Dealing with forfeited specimens

PART 9

CONCLUDING PROVISIONS

49          Orders and Regulations

50          Citation

SCHEDULE

SPECIES

Supporting Documents

Endnotes

Table of Legislation History

Table of Renumbered Provisions

Table of Endnote References



Endangered Species (CITES) (Jersey) Law 2012

A LAW to regulate the trade in certain animal and plant species that are or may be in danger of extinction, and to ensure the implementation of CITES, and for connected purposes.

Commencement [see endnotes]

PART 1

introductory PROVISIONS

1      Interpretation

(1)    In this Law, unless the context otherwise requires –

“Appendix 1”, “Appendix 2” or “Appendix 3” means the column in the Table in the Schedule with that heading;

“Appendix 1 specimen” means a specimen of a species listed in Appendix 1;

“Appendix 2 specimen” means a specimen of a species listed in Appendix 2;

“Appendix 3 specimen” means a specimen of a species listed in Appendix 3;

“artificially propagated” has the meaning in Article 2;

“bred in captivity” has the meaning in Article 2;

“CITES” means the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora signed at Washington, D.C. on 3 March 1973, as amended from time to time;

“commercial purposes” means purposes that are for obtaining economic benefit, including profit (whether in cash or in kind) and directed toward resale, exchange, the provision of a service or other form of economic use or benefit and purposes which are partly commercial and non-commercial shall be deemed to be commercial;

“export” means the act of taking a specimen out of Jersey, but does not include transit or transshipment or re-export;

“import”, in relation to a specimen, means the act of bringing a specimen into Jersey, including introduction from the sea, but does not include transit or transshipment;

“introduction from the sea” means the transport into Jersey of any specimen that was captured in, and transported into Jersey directly from, a marine environment (including the air-space above the sea, the sea-bed and the subsoil beneath the sea) that is not within the jurisdiction of any country or territory, including Jersey;

“Management Authority” means the Minister or the person or body designated under Article 6 to be the Management Authority;

“mark”, in relation to a specimen, means any indelible imprint, lead seal or other suitable means of identifying a specimen and includes any of the following –

(a)     a mark or label on a container in which a plant is kept or in which it is growing or in which an animal is kept;

(b)     a label or tag on a plant;

(c)     a device in an animal that may be scanned electronically;

(d)     a band on any part of an animal; and

(e)     a tag or ring placed on any part of an animal (whether by piercing or otherwise),

and expressions in this Law referring to a person marking a specimen shall be construed accordingly;

“Minister” means the Minister for Planning and Environment;

“officer” has the meaning in Article 11;

“Order” means an Order made under this Law;

“population”, in relation to a species or sub-species, means a biologically or geographically distinct total number of individuals of that species or sub-species;

“pre-Convention”, in relation to a specimen, means a specimen that was taken from the wild, bred in captivity, or artificially propagated, before the species of which the specimen is a member was specified in an Appendix to CITES;

“prescribe” means prescribe by Order;

“recognized management authority” means a person or body who has been designated by a country or territory, other than Jersey, to be a management authority for the country or territory for the purposes of CITES;

“re-export” means the export from Jersey of any specimen that was imported;

“registered scientific institution” and “registered scientist” means a person or body with a scientific registration certificate granted under Article 19 or any person or body who is registered by a recognized management authority for the purposes of Article VII(6) of CITES;

“rescue centre” means the place nominated under Article 7(1)(b);

“sale” includes hire, barter and exchange and offer for sale (including advertising or causing to be advertised for sale and an invitation to treat);

“Scientific Authority” means a person or body who is designated to be a Scientific Authority in an Order made under Article 9;

“Secretariat” means the Secretariat established by CITES;

“species” means a species, sub-species or a geographically separate population of a species or sub-species;

“specimen” means –

(a)     any animal or plant, whether alive or dead of a species listed in Appendix 1, 2 or 3;

(b)     in the case of an animal –

(i)     of a species listed in Appendix 1 or 2, any readily recognizable part or derivative thereof, and

(ii)    of a species listed in Appendix 3, any readily recognizable part or derivative thereof specified in that Appendix in relation to that species; and

(c)     in the case of a plant –

(i)     of a species listed in Appendix 1, any readily recognizable part or derivative thereof, and

(ii)    of a species listed in Appendix 2 or 3, any readily recognizable part or derivative specified in that Appendix in relation to that species;

“this Law” includes any Regulations or Orders made under this Law;

“trade” means to export, re-export, import or introduce from the sea whether or not for commercial purposes;

“transshipment” has the meaning in Article 3;

“transit” has the meaning in Article 3;

“travelling exhibition” includes a travelling zoo, circus, menagerie, or plant exhibition, that is used to display any of the specimens listed in Appendix 1, 2 or 3.

(2)    Except where the context otherwise requires, a reference in this Law to a certificate, permit, licence or other document granted by the Management Authority under this Law or by a recognized management authority for the purposes of CITES is a reference to a document that is valid and in force for the time being.

(3)    Words and expressions used in this Law that are defined in CITES and not defined in this Law shall be construed in accordance with CITES.

(4)    The States may make Regulations amending paragraph (1) and Articles 2 and 3.

(5)    The Schedule shall have effect.

(6)    The Minister may by Order amend the Schedule.

2      Definitions of “artificially propagated” and “bred in captivity”

(1)    In this Law, a plant shall only be taken to have been artificially propagated if –

(a)     the plant has been grown by a person from seeds, cuttings, callus tissues, spores, or other propagules, under controlled conditions; or

(b)     where the plant is a grafted plant, both the root stock and the graft have been grown in accordance with sub-paragraph (a).

(2)    In this Law, an animal shall only be taken to have been bred in captivity if the animal (including eggs) was born, or otherwise produced, in a controlled environment, of parents that mated or otherwise transmitted their gametes in a controlled environment.

(3)    In this Article –

(a)     “controlled conditions” means a non-natural environment –

(i)     that is intensively manipulated by human intervention for the purpose of producing selected species or hybrids of plants, and

(ii)    which has general characteristics that may include (but are not limited to including) tillage, fertilization, weed control, irrigation or nursery operations such as potting, bedding or protection from weather;

(b)     “controlled environment” means an environment –

(i)     that is manipulated by human intervention for the purpose of producing animals of a particular species,

(ii)    that has boundaries designed to prevent animals, eggs or gametes of the species from entering or leaving the environment, and

(iii)   which has general characteristics that may include, but are not limited to including, artificial housing, waste removal, health care, protection from predators and artificially supplied food.

3      Definitions of “transit” and “transshipment”

In this Law, a specimen is in transit or being transshipped if –

(a)     it is being transported between 2 countries or territories other than Jersey;

(b)     it is being transported to a named consignee;

(c)     any interruption of the specimen’s movement between those countries or territories arises only from the arrangements necessitated by transfer or transshipment;

(d)     any transit is in accordance with the laws of Jersey in relation to customs and excise; and

(e)     while the specimen is on land, or is in a port, in Jersey it is within an area designated or approved under Article 12 of the Customs and Excise (Jersey) Law 1999[1].

4      Certain Appendix 1 specimens deemed to be Appendix 2 specimens

An Appendix 1 specimen that is artificially propagated for commercial purposes or bred in captivity for commercial purposes shall be deemed to be an Appendix 2 specimen for the purpose of this Law.

5      Application of Law

(1)    This Law extends to the territorial sea adjacent to Jersey.

(2)    This Law shall apply in relation to trade in a specimen whether or not the country or territory from which the specimen originated and to which the specimen is to be traded are each a Party to CITES.

PART 2

ADMINISTRATION

Management Authority

6      Management Authority

(1)    Except as otherwise provided by this Article, the Minister for Planning and Environment shall be the Management Authority.

(2)    The Minister may, by Order, designate a body or person to exercise the function of the Management Authority.

(3)    The Minister shall not designate a body or person under paragraph (2) unless the Minister is satisfied that the body or person –

(a)     has the appropriate governance, skills and resources to exercise the functions of the Management Authority; and

(b)     is not prevented by its constitution (in whatever form that takes) or under any enactment (whether of Jersey or a country or territory outside Jersey) from exercising that function.

(4)    The Minister, or, if a body or person is designated under paragraph (2), that body or person, shall be the management authority in relation to Jersey for the purposes of CITES.

7      Powers and functions of the Management Authority

(1)    The Management Authority shall have the following powers and functions in addition to those provided for elsewhere in this Law –

(a)     to co-operate with recognized management authorities in the implementation and enforcement of legislation, in Jersey and in other countries or territories, relating to species conservation;

(b)     to nominate a place for looking after specimens that are being held under Article 43(6) or 48(2)(b); and

(c)     to mark, or require a person to permanently mark, a specimen in such manner as the Management Authority may determine.

(2)    In addition to any other powers specified by or under this or any other enactment, a Management Authority shall have the powers necessary to perform its functions.

8      Record keeping and reporting requirements

(1)    The Management Authority shall keep in such form (including an electronic form) that it thinks fit a register of –

(a)     specimens registered for the purposes of Article 15(1)(b)(B);

(b)     permits and certificates granted under Article 19; and

(c)     persons registered under Article 19.

(2)    A person may, on request to the Management Authority, view the register during normal business hours.

Scientific Authorities

9      Scientific Authorities

(1)    The Minister may by Order designate one or more persons or bodies to be a Scientific Authority.

(2)    A person or body may be designated to be a Scientific Authority whether or not the person or body is situated in Jersey.

(3)    Any person or body designated under paragraph (1) shall be a Scientific Authority in relation to Jersey for the purposes of CITES.

10    Powers and functions of Scientific Authorities

(1)    A Scientific Authority shall have the following powers and functions in addition to those provided for elsewhere in this Law –

(a)     to advise the Management Authority on the effects of international trade on the survival of a species;

(b)     to advise the Management Authority on whether the Scientific Authority is satisfied that the proposed recipient of a specimen is suitably equipped to house and care for the specimen;

(c)     to monitor export permits granted in respect of particular specimens and the export of such specimens;

(d)     to advise the Management Authority not to grant import permits, export permits, or re-export certificates, when the population status of a species so requires;

(e)     to advise the Management Authority on how specimens seized or forfeited under this Law, or that otherwise come into the possession of the Management Authority, should be dealt with, including by destruction or other method of disposal;

(f)     to advise the Management Authority on suitable standards for granting a scientific registration certificate under Article 19; and

(g)     to advise the Management Authority on any matter the Scientific Authority considers relevant to species protection.

(2)    In addition to any other powers specified by or under this or any other Law, a Scientific Authority shall have the powers necessary to perform its functions.

Officers

11    Officers

(1)    The Minister may by Order appoint a person, or a member of a class of persons, to be an officer for the purposes of this Law.

(2)    A police officer shall be an officer for the purposes of this Law.

(3)    A person who is –

(a)     an officer of the Impôts within the meaning of the Customs and Excise (Jersey) Law 1999[2]; or

(b)     an immigration officer for the purposes of the Immigration Act 1971 (c.77) of the United Kingdom by virtue of being appointed to be such an officer in accordance with the Immigration (Jersey) Order 1993[3], or an Order in Council in substitution for the Order,

shall be an officer for the purposes of this Law.

(4)    Nothing in this Law shall be taken to restrict an officer in the exercise of a power that he or she may have under the law of Jersey.

(5)    An officer may permanently mark, or require a person to permanently mark, a specimen in such manner as the Management Authority may determine.

Part 3

CONTROL OF MOVEMENT OF SPECIMENS

12    Import of Appendix 1 or 2 specimens

(1)    A person shall not import (other than by way of introduction from the sea) an Appendix 1 specimen except in accordance with an import permit granted under Article 19 in relation to the specimen.

(2)    A person shall not import (other than by way of introduction from the sea) an Appendix 2 specimen unless the Management Authority is satisfied that there is an export permit or re-export certificate granted by a recognized management authority authorising the export of that specimen to Jersey.

(3)    A person shall not introduce by sea an Appendix 1 or Appendix 2 specimen except in accordance with an introduction from the sea certificate granted under Article 19 in relation to the specimen.

(4)    A person who contravenes paragraph (1), (2) or (3) commits an offence and shall be liable to imprisonment for a term of 7 years and to a fine.

13    Import of Appendix 3 specimens

(1)    Subject to paragraph (2), a person shall not import an Appendix 3 specimen except in accordance with –

(a)     a certificate of origin granted by a recognized management authority relating to that specimen; and

(b)     if it is being imported from a country or territory which listed the species in Appendix 3, an export permit granted by a recognized management authority relating to that specimen.

(2)    The requirement in paragraph (1) does not apply if the specimen is being re-exported and there is a re-export certificate granted by the recognized management authority in the country or territory from which the specimen is being re-exported or a certificate granted by that authority to the effect that the specimen was processed in that country or territory.

(3)    A person who contravenes paragraph (1) commits an offence and shall be liable to a fine of level 4 on the standard scale.

14    Export or re-export of Appendix 1, 2 or 3 specimens

(1)    A person shall not export an Appendix 1, 2 or 3 specimen, except in accordance with an export permit granted under Article 19 in relation to the specimen.

(2)    A person shall not re-export an Appendix 1, 2 or 3 specimen except in accordance with a re-export certificate granted under Article 19 in relation to the specimen.

(3)    A person who contravenes paragraph (1) or (2) in relation to an Appendix 1 or Appendix 2 specimen commits an offence and shall be liable to imprisonment for a term of 7 years and to a fine.

(4)    A person who contravenes paragraph (1) or (2) in relation to an Appendix 3 specimen commits an offence and shall be liable to a fine of level 4 on the standard scale.

15    Exemptions from the application of Articles 12 to 14

(1)    Articles 12 to 14 shall not apply to the import, export or re-export –

(a)     by a registered scientific institution or registered scientist of a specimen, such specimen being an herbarium specimen or other preserved, dried or embedded museum specimen, or live plant material provided that –

(i)     such specimen is marked in a manner approved by the Management Authority or a recognized management authority, and

(ii)    the import, export or re-export is a non-commercial loan, donation or exchange to a registered scientific institution or a registered scientist;

(b)     by a travelling exhibition of a live specimen, being a specimen in respect of which there is a travelling exhibition certificate and any of the following –

(i)     a pre-Convention certificate,

(ii)    a certificate of captive breeding, or

(iii)   a certificate of artificial propagation,

provided that –

(A)the Management Authority is satisfied that the specimen will be prepared and shipped in compliance with CITES guidelines for transport and preparation for shipment of live wild animals or in compliance with standards set by the International Air Transport Association, and

(B)the exporter or importer has registered full details of such specimen with the Management Authority;

(c)     by any person, other than a travelling exhibition falling within sub-paragraph (b), of a specimen in respect of which there is –

(i)     a pre-Convention certificate,

(ii)    a certificate of captive breeding, or

(iii)   a certificate of artificial propagation,

except where such specimen is a live animal bred in captivity for commercial purposes and deemed to be an Appendix 2 specimen under Article 4;

(d)     by any person of a specimen, such specimen being a personal or household effect, unless the specimen satisfies any of the conditions specified in paragraph (2).

(2)    The conditions specified for the purpose of paragraph (1)(d) are that –

(a)     the specimen is an Appendix 1 specimen and the owner, being an owner whose usual place of residence is in Jersey, acquired the specimen outside Jersey and is importing it into Jersey; or

(b)     the specimen is an Appendix 2 specimen –

(i)     the owner of which has his or her usual place of residence in Jersey and is importing it into Jersey,

(ii)    that was removed from the wild in a country or territory where the owner acquired it, and

(iii)   in respect of which there is a pre-Convention certificate or an export permit is required by the country or territory from which the specimen was removed from the wild.

(3)    In this Article –

(a)     “travelling exhibition certificate”, “pre-Convention certificate”, “certificate of captive breeding” and “certificate of artificial propagation” mean a certificate of that name granted under Article 19 or an equivalent document granted by a recognized management authority;

(b)     “personal or household effect” means a dead specimen, or a part or derivative of a dead specimen, that belongs to an individual and that forms, or is intended to form, part of the individual’s normal goods and chattels.

16    Commercial producers and traders of specimens to be licensed

(1)    A person shall not, for commercial purposes –

(a)     breed in captivity;

(b)     artificially propagate; or

(c)     export, import or re-export any specimen,

unless that person has a commercial licence under Article 19.

(2)    A person who contravenes paragraph (1) commits an offence and shall be liable to 2 years imprisonment and to a fine.

17    Pre-Convention specimens

(1)    A person shall not export a pre-Convention specimen unless there is a pre-Convention certificate in relation to that specimen.

(2)    A person who contravenes paragraph (1) commits an offence shall be liable to fine of level 4 on the standard scale.

(3)    In this Article “pre-Convention certificate” has the same meaning as in Article 15(3)(a).

18    Obligation to produce documents and information to an officer or the Management Authority

(1)    A person who is required to have any permit, certificate, licence or other document under this Law, including any document required by a condition attached to such a permit, certificate or licence, shall, at the request of the Management Authority or an officer, provide to that Management Authority or officer at such time and place specified in the request –

(a)     any such document; and

(b)     any information required by the Management Authority or officer relating to that person’s business in respect of any specimen.

(2)    A person who has custody of a specimen that is in transit or being transhipped shall, at the request of the Management Authority or an officer, provide to that Management Authority or officer, at such time and place specified in the request, any document required under the law of a country or territory outside Jersey for the purposes of CITES in relation to the export of that specimen from such country or territory.

(3)    In paragraph (2) –

(a)     “person” in paragraph (2) includes a person who has formerly had custody of such a specimen, and

(b)     “document” includes a copy.

(4)    A person who contravenes paragraph (1) or (2) shall be liable to 12 months imprisonment and to a fine of level 4 on the standard scale.

part 4

permits, certificates and licences

19    Applications for, and grants of, any permit, certificate or licence

(1)    A person may apply to the Management Authority for the grant of any of the following –

(a)     an export permit;

(b)     an import permit;

(c)     a re-export certificate;

(d)     an introduction from the sea certificate;

(e)     a certificate of origin;

(f)     a certificate of captive breeding;

(g)     a certificate of artificial propagation;

(h)     a pre-Convention certificate;

(i)     a travelling exhibition certificate,

in relation to a specimen specified in the application.

(2)    A person may apply to the Management Authority for the grant of a commercial licence or a scientific registration certificate.

(3)    An application under paragraph (1) or (2) shall be in the form determined by the Management Authority and shall be accompanied by any prescribed fee.

(4)    The Management Authority may request a person who has made an application under paragraph (1) or (2) to provide to the Management Authority any document or further information in relation to the application, including, where appropriate, any sample from a specimen referred to in the application, and may refuse to grant the permit or certificate to which the application relates unless and until the document, information or sample is provided.

(5)    The Management Authority may, after receiving an application under paragraph (1) from a person –

(a)     grant to the person a permit or certificate in relation to a particular specimen, or, except in the case of a travelling exhibition certificate, a consignment of specimens, identified in the permit or certificate; or

(b)     by notice in writing to the person, refuse to grant a permit or certificate to the person giving reasons for doing so and informing that person of that person’s right of appeal under Article 31.

(6)    The Management Authority may, after receiving an application under paragraph (2) from a person or body, as the case requires –

(a)     grant to that person or body a commercial licence or scientific registration certificate in relation to a particular specimen or class or description of specimens identified in the licence or certificate; or

(b)     by notice in writing to the person or body, refuse to grant the licence or certificate giving reasons for doing so and informing that person of that person’s right of appeal under Article 31.

(7)    The Management Authority shall specify such conditions as it thinks fit on a commercial licence or scientific registration certificate requiring the holder of the licence to keep such records relating to the holder’s business as the Management Authority may specify and for such length of time as it may specify and to make such records or returns relating to such records available to the Management Authority at the Management Authority’s request.

(8)    The Management Authority may specify such other conditions on a permit, certificate or licence as it thinks fit.

(9)    A permit, certificate or licence shall be in such form as the Minister may determine.

(10)  A permit or certificate, other than a travelling exhibition certificate in respect of live animals, may only be granted under paragraph (1) in relation to a single consignment of specimens if all the specimens are members of the same family (that is, a member of the taxonomic group above a genus and below an order).

(11)  A permit, certificate or licence granted under this Article to a person is not transferable to another person.

20    General conditions for the grant of import permits, export permits and introduction from the sea certificates

(1)    The Management Authority shall not grant an export permit or introduction from the sea certificate to a person in relation to an Appendix 1 or Appendix 2 specimen unless –

(a)     a Scientific Authority is satisfied that the grant of such a permit or certificate would not be detrimental to the survival of the species to which the specimen belongs;

(b)     in the case of the proposed export of an Appendix 2 specimen in relation to which a Scientific Authority has determined that export of specimens of that species should be limited to maintain that species above the level at which that species might become eligible for inclusion in Appendix 1, the Management Authority has had regard to advice from that Scientific Authority; and

(c)     the additional conditions set out in Article 21 or 22 that are applicable to the application for such a permit or certificate are met.

(2)    The Management Authority shall not grant an import permit in relation to an Appendix 1 specimen unless –

(a)     a Scientific Authority is satisfied that the grant of such a permit will be for purposes that are not detrimental to the survival of the species to which the specimen belongs;

(b)     the Management Authority is satisfied that there is an export permit or re-export certificate granted by a recognized management authority authorising the export of that specimen to Jersey; and

(c)     the additional conditions in Article 21 are met.

(3)    The Management Authority shall not grant a re-export certificate in relation to an Appendix 1 or Appendix 2 specimen unless the conditions set out in Article 21 or 22 that are applicable to the application for such a certificate are met.

(4)    The Management Authority shall not grant an export permit following an application in relation to an Appendix 3 specimen unless the conditions applicable to that application that are set out in Article 23 are met.

21    Conditions relating to an Appendix 1 specimen

(1)    The additional conditions for an import permit or introduction from the sea certificate relating to an Appendix 1 specimen are that –

(a)     in the case of an import permit, a Scientific Authority, or, in the case of an introduction from the sea certificate, the Management Authority, is satisfied that the proposed recipient of a living specimen is suitably equipped to house and care for it; and

(b)     the Management Authority is satisfied that the specimen is not to be used primarily for commercial purposes.

(2)    The additional conditions for the export of an Appendix 1 specimen are that the Management Authority is satisfied that –

(a)     the specimen was obtained in accordance with the Conservation of Wildlife (Jersey) Law 2000[4];

(b)     any living specimen will be prepared and shipped in compliance with CITES guidelines for transport and preparation for shipment of live wild animals or in compliance with standards set by the International Air Transport Association; and

(c)     an import permit has been granted by a recognized management authority for the specimen by the importing country or territory.

(3)    The conditions for the re-export of an Appendix 1 specimen are that the Management Authority is satisfied that –

(a)     the specimen was imported into Jersey in accordance with this Law if the date of import was after the date that this Law comes into force;

(b)     any living specimen will be prepared and shipped in compliance with CITES guidelines for transport and preparation for shipment of live wild animals and plants or in compliance with standards set by the International Air Transport Association; and

(c)     in the case of a living specimen, an import permit has been granted by a recognized management authority for that specimen by the importing country or territory.

22    Conditions relating to an Appendix 2 specimen

(1)    The additional conditions for the grant of an export permit relating to an Appendix 2 specimen are that the Management Authority is satisfied that –

(a)     the specimen was obtained in accordance with the Conservation of Wildlife (Jersey) Law 2000; and

(b)     any living specimen will be prepared and shipped in compliance with CITES guidelines for transport and preparation for shipment of live wild animals or in compliance with standards set by the International Air Transport Association.

(2)    The conditions for the grant of a re-export certificate relating to an Appendix 2 specimen are that the Management Authority is satisfied that –

(a)     the specimen was imported into Jersey in accordance with this Law if the date of import was after the date that this Law comes into force; and

(b)     any living specimen will be prepared and shipped in compliance with CITES guidelines for transport and preparation for shipment of live wild animals or in compliance with standards set by the International Air Transport Association.

(3)    The additional condition for the grant of an introduction from the sea certificate relating to an Appendix 2 specimen is that the Management Authority is satisfied that any living specimen will be handled in compliance with CITES guidelines for transport and preparation for shipment of live wild animals and plants or in compliance with standards set by the International Air Transport Association.

23    Conditions relating to an Appendix 3 specimen

The conditions for the grant of an export permit relating to an Appendix 3 specimen from a country or territory listed in Appendix 3 immediately after the species to which that specimen belongs are that the Management Authority is satisfied that –

(a)     the specimen was obtained in accordance with the Conservation of Wildlife (Jersey) Law 2000[5]; and

(b)     any living specimen will be prepared and shipped in compliance with CITES guidelines for transport and preparation for shipment of live wild animals or in compliance with standards set by the International Air Transport Association.

24    Management Authority may refuse or cancel invalid permits and certificates

(1)    The Management Authority may refuse to accept, or cancel and retain, any invalid permit or certificate or other document that –

(a)     is granted by a recognized management authority;

(b)     relates to a specimen that has been, or is intended to be, imported into Jersey; and

(c)     was provided to the Management Authority because it was required under this Law to accompany the import of the specimen.

(2)    For the purposes of this Law, a permit, certificate or other document is invalid if –

(a)     it was granted in contravention of the law of the country or territory in which it was granted;

(b)     a condition to which its grant was subject has not been complied with; or

(c)     it contains a material error.

25    Duration of permits, certificates and licences

(1)    A permit, certificate or licence granted under this Law comes into force on the day on which it is granted.

(2)    An export permit or re-export certificate granted under Article 19 remains in force, unless it is earlier revoked or surrendered, for 6 months from the date on which it is granted.

(3)    An import permit, introduction from the sea certificate or certificate of origin granted under Article 19 remains in force, unless it is earlier revoked under Article 28 or surrendered, for 12 months from the date on which it is granted.

(4)    A certificate of captive breeding, certificate of artificial propagation, pre-Convention certificate or travelling exhibition certificate remains in force, unless it is earlier revoked under Article 28 or surrendered, for 3 years.

(5)    A commercial licence remains in force, unless it is earlier revoked or surrendered, until the date specified in the licence.

26    Alteration etc. of permits, certificates or licences

(1)    A person may apply to the Management Authority for the alteration of a permit, certificate or licence granted to the person, including the alteration or revocation of a condition specified on the permit, certificate or licence.

(2)    An application under paragraph (1) shall be in the form determined by the Management Authority and shall be accompanied by any prescribed fee.

(3)    The Management Authority may, after receiving an application under paragraph (1) –

(a)     alter the permit, certificate or licence, including altering or revoking any condition; or

(b)     by notice in writing to the person, refuse to alter the permit, certificate or licence giving reasons for doing so and informing that person of that person’s right of appeal under Article 31.

(4)    The Management Authority may, of its own motion –

(a)     alter a permit, certificate or licence, including a condition specified on a permit or certificate;

(b)     specify a condition on a permit, certificate or licence; or

(c)     suspend a permit, certificate or licence for such period as it may determine.

(5)    The Management Authority shall notify in writing the holder of a permit, certificate or licence of its decision under paragraph (4), giving reasons for its decision and informing that person of that person’s right of appeal under Article 31.

(6)    The Management Authority shall not alter or revoke a condition specified on a permit, certificate or licence if a Scientific Authority is of the opinion that the alteration or revocation will adversely affect the survival or welfare of the species, or the living specimen of the species, to which the permit, certificate or licence relates or will relate.

(7)    If the Management Authority alters a permit, certificate or licence granted to a person the Authority shall grant a new permit, certificate or licence to the person and such permit, certificate or licence shall be deemed in this Law to have been granted under Article 19.

27    Breach of conditions

(1)    A person shall not breach a condition specified on a permit, certificate or licence.

(2)    A person who contravenes paragraph (1) commits an offence and shall be liable to 2 years imprisonment and to a fine.

28    Revocation of any permit, certificate or licence

The Management Authority may revoke a permit, certificate or licence granted to a person if –

(a)     it is satisfied that a person provided false or misleading information in, or in relation to, the application for the permit, certificate or licence;

(b)     it is satisfied that the permit, certificate or licence was granted in error or contains a material error;

(c)     it is satisfied that a condition of the permit, certificate or licence has been breached;

(d)     it is satisfied that the person, an employee of the person, or a person acting on behalf of, or under the general supervision of the person, has committed an offence under this Law or under the law of Jersey, or of another country or territory, relating to the conservation or welfare of animals or plants;

(e)     it is satisfied that the person has not provided satisfactorily for the health and well-being of living specimens to which the permit, certificate or licence relates of which the person has had possession, or is not, or will not be, able to provide satisfactorily for the health and well-being of living specimens to which the permit, certificate or licence relates of which the person has or will have possession; or

(f)     it has received advice from a Scientific Authority that it is advisable to do so to assist in the survival or welfare of the species to which the permit, certificate or licence relates or of a living specimen to which the permit, certificate or licence relates and of which the person has or will have possession.

29    Replacement certificates, permits and licences

(1)    A person may apply to the Management Authority for the grant of a permit, certificate or licence in replacement of a permit, certificate or licence granted under Article 19 that has been lost, defaced or damaged.

(2)    An application under paragraph (1) shall be in the form determined by the Management Authority and shall be accompanied by any prescribed fee.

(3)    The Management Authority may grant a permit, certificate or licence in replacement of one that has been lost, defaced or damaged and such permit, certificate or licence shall be deemed to have been granted under Article 19 for the purpose of this Law.

(4)    If the Management Authority refuses to grant a permit, certificate or licence under this Article, the Authority shall notify the person who made the application under paragraph (1) and give reasons for its decision.

30    Fees

The Minister may prescribe a fee for any application under Article 19, 26 or 29.

PART 5

APPEALS AGAINST DECISIONS

31    Right of appeal to Royal Court

(1)    A person who has made an application under Article 19, 26 or 29 may appeal to the Royal Court against any decision by the Management Authority that was the subject of that application.

(2)    A person who is the holder of a permit, certificate or licence granted under this Law may appeal to the Royal Court against any decision by the Management Authority to –

(a)     alter that permit, certificate or licence of its own motion under Article 26; or

(b)     to revoke that permit, certificate or licence under Article 28.

32    Appeals

(1)    An appeal under Article 31 shall be brought within 21 days after the appellant receives notice in writing of the decision appealed against or within such further time as the Royal Court may allow.

(2)    Unless the Royal Court so orders, the lodging of an appeal shall not operate to stay the effect of a decision pending the determination of the appeal.

(3)    On hearing the appeal, the Royal Court –

(a)     may confirm, reverse or vary the decision against which the appeal is brought; and

(b)     may make such an order as to the costs of the appeal that it thinks fit.

PART 6

other OFFENCES

33    Specimens only to enter or exit from approved places

(1)    A person shall not cause a specimen to enter or leave Jersey, whether by way of import, export, re-export, transit or transshipment, except at Jersey Airport, any harbour at St. Helier or at Gorey or at any other place that the Minister may prescribe.

(2)    A person who contravenes paragraph (1) commits an offence and shall be liable to 2 years imprisonment and to a fine.

34    Possession, sale, purchase and transport of specimens

(1)    A person shall not, without reasonable excuse –

(a)     have in his or her possession, or under his or her control;

(b)     sell or offer for sale;

(c)     purchase;

(d)     export or re-export; or

(e)     transport within Jersey,

any specimen that he or she knows, or ought reasonably be expected to know, has been imported by a person in contravention of Part 3 or unlawfully taken from the wild or exported from a country or territory in contravention of the law of that country or territory.

(2)    A person who contravenes paragraph (1) commits an offence and shall be liable to imprisonment for 2 years and to a fine.

35    Offences in relation to documents and information

(1)    A person shall not make a statement that is false or misleading in any material particular in any application or in other information given to the Management Authority or an officer under this Law.

(2)    A person shall not falsify or alter any document that is granted by the Management Authority or provide to the Management Authority or an officer a document that has been falsified or altered by the person or that the person knows to have been falsified or altered.

(3)    A person shall not produce to the Management Authority or an officer an invalid document that purports to be a valid document, if he or she knows, or ought reasonably be expected to know, that the document is invalid.

(4)    For the purposes of paragraph (3), “invalid document” has the meaning in Article 24(2).

(5)    A person who contravenes paragraph (1), (2) or (3) commits an offence and shall be liable to imprisonment for 2 years and to a fine.

36    Person shall not hinder etc. officer

(1)    A person shall not wilfully delay, wilfully hinder or wilfully obstruct an officer in the exercise of the officer’s powers under this Law.

(2)    A person who contravenes paragraph (1) commits an offence and shall be liable to imprisonment for 2 years and to a fine.

37    Offence to tamper etc. with marking

(1)    A person other than an officer shall not alter, obscure, add to, or remove, a marking in relation to an animal or plant that has been made for the purposes of this Law or CITES.

(2)    A person who, without reasonable excuse, contravenes paragraph (1) commits an offence and shall be liable to imprisonment for 2 years and to a fine.

38    Attempts to commit offences

Any person who attempts to commit an offence under this Law shall be guilty of the offence and liable in the same manner as a principal offender to the penalty provided for that offence.

39    Offences by bodies corporate etc

(1)    If an offence under this Law committed by a limited liability partnership, a separate limited partnership or a body corporate is proved to have been committed with the consent or connivance of, or to be attributable to any neglect on the part of –

(a)     a person who is partner of the partnership, or a director, manager, secretary or other similar officer of the body corporate; or

(b)     any person purporting to act in any such capacity,

the person shall also be guilty of the offence and liable in the same manner as the partnership or body corporate to the penalty provided for that offence.

(2)    If the affairs of a body corporate are managed by its members, paragraph (1) shall apply in relation to acts and defaults of a member in connection with his or her functions of management as if the member were a director of the body corporate.

part 7

Powers of court

40    Court may order payment of expenses relating to seizure of specimens

(1)    If a court finds a person guilty of an offence under this Law in relation to a specimen that has subsequently been seized by, or surrendered to, an officer, the court may, on the application of the Management Authority, order the person to pay to the Management Authority the costs of the Management Authority in transporting, disposing of or maintaining the specimen after its seizure or surrender and before the person was found guilty of the offence.

(2)    If a court finds a person guilty of an offence under this Law in relation to a specimen that has been seized by, or surrendered to, an officer, the court may, on the application of the Management Authority, order the person to pay to the Management Authority the anticipated reasonable costs of the Management Authority in transporting, disposing of or maintaining the specimen, including transporting the specimen back to a country or territory –

(a)     from which it was taken from the wild or exported in contravention of the law of the country or territory; or

(b)     from which it was imported into Jersey in contravention of this Law.

41    Disqualification of person from making applications under this Law

If a court finds a person guilty of an offence under this Law, the court may order –

(a)     that the person shall not be eligible, for a temporary period, or permanently, as specified in the order, to apply for a permit, certificate or licence of a type specified in the order; and

(b)     the cancellation of such permit, certificate or licence specified in the order.

PART 8

SEARCH, SEIZURE and forfeiture by officers

42    Powers to search, inspect and seize objects

(1)    An officer may examine and search any object that he or she suspects on reasonable grounds may provide evidence that an offence under this Law has been, is being, or is about to be committed.

(2)    For the purposes of examining and searching any object under paragraph (1) an officer may, if the object is a container or receptacle (including luggage) open, or break open, the container or receptacle.

(3)    An officer may search for and record fingerprints found on any object to which paragraph (1) relates and take a sample from an object.

(4)    An officer shall exercise due care to ensure that there is as little damage as possible to an object from which he or she takes a sample.

(5)    An officer may seize and detain any object that he or she suspects on reasonable grounds may provide evidence that an offence under this Law has been, is being, or is about to be committed.

(6)    An object may only be seized under paragraph (5) by an officer if the officer gives to the person, if any, who appears to him or her to be the owner of, or to be entitled to possession of, the object, a receipt identifying the object and indicating the date on which, and the place at which, it was seized.

(7)    In this Article, “object” does not include an animal or plant.

43    Powers to inspect and seize specimens

(1)    An officer who suspects on reasonable grounds that an offence is being, or is about to be committed under this Law in relation to any specimen, may inspect, seize and detain the specimen.

(2)    An officer may take a sample from, or require a person to take a sample from, a specimen.

(3)    An officer shall –

(a)     only take a sample from an animal in accordance with the advice of a veterinary surgeon; and

(b)     exercise due care to ensure that as little pain or injury as possible is caused to an animal, and as little damage as possible is caused to a plant, from which he or she takes a sample.

(4)    An officer may search for, and record, fingerprints found on any specimen.

(5)    If a specimen is seized under this Article by an officer, he or she shall give to the person, if any, who appears to be the owner of, or to be entitled to possession of, the specimen a receipt identifying the specimen and indicating the date on which, and the place at which, it was seized.

(6)    A specimen that is seized under this Article may be held at a rescue centre until –

(a)     a prosecution for an offence under this Law in relation to the specimen is abandoned or the defendant is acquitted of such an offence;

(b)     the Management Authority gives permission to the person whom it believes to be entitled to the possession of it to take the specimen from that place; or

(c)     a court determines that a person other than the Management Authority should have possession of the animal or plant,

whichever occurs first.

44    Power to stop and search persons

(1)    An officer may stop and search a person if the officer suspects on reasonable grounds that the person may have on his or her person or in his or her possession evidence that an offence under this Law has been, is being, or is about to be, committed.

(2)    An officer searching a person under this Article shall not be entitled to require a person to remove any of his or her clothing other than an outer coat, jacket, headgear, gloves and footwear.

(3)    A search of a person under this Article must be carried out by someone of the same sex.

(4)    An officer may seize and retain anything which he or she discovers in the course of a search under this Article if he or she suspects on reasonable grounds that the thing may constitute evidence that an offence under this Law has been, is being, or is about to be committed.

45    Search of premises

(1)    An officer may apply to the Bailiff for the grant of a search warrant in respect of premises.

(2)    If the Bailiff is satisfied by evidence on oath supplied by an officer that –

(a)     an offence under this Law has been, is being, or is about to be, committed; and

(b)     evidence relating to the commission of the offence may be found on any premises specified in the application,

the Bailiff may grant a search warrant in relation to the premises.

(3)    A search warrant under this Article authorizes any officer –

(a)     to enter, with force if necessary, the premises specified in the warrant;

(b)     to search the premises;

(c)     to request a person on the premises to provide to the officer any assistance in the exercise of the power that the officer may reasonably require; and

(d)     to exercise on the premises any of the powers of an officer under this Law.

(4)    Nothing in this Article shall be taken to prevent an officer entering premises with the permission of the occupier of the premises and exercising, with the consent of the occupier, any of the powers of an officer under this Law while on the premises.

(5)    In this Article, “premises” includes residential premises.

46    Power to stop, detain, board and search vehicles, vessels and aircraft

(1)    If an officer suspects on reasonable grounds that there may be on or in a vehicle, vessel, aircraft, or hovercraft, evidence that an offence under this Law has been, is being, or is about to be, committed, he or she may, at any reasonable time, take any or all of the following actions –

(a)     stop and detain the vehicle, vessel, aircraft or hovercraft;

(b)     with such assistance as he or she thinks necessary, board the vehicle, vessel, aircraft or hovercraft;

(c)     search the vehicle, vessel, aircraft or hovercraft for evidence that an offence under this Law has been, is being, or is about to be, committed;

(d)     request a person on the vehicle, vessel, aircraft or hovercraft to provide to the officer the assistance that the officer may reasonably require in the exercise of any of the powers of an officer under this Law;

(e)     exercise on or in the vehicle, vessel, aircraft or hovercraft any of the powers of an officer under this Law.

(2)    If an officer believes on reasonable grounds that an object is to be taken on, or has been taken off, a vessel, aircraft or hovercraft that is intended to leave Jersey or that has entered Jersey with the object on board, the officer may –

(a)     search the object; and

(b)     if the object is luggage or a container, open and search the luggage or container,

for evidence that an offence under this Law has been, is being or is about to be committed.

(3)    A person who fails to –

(a)     comply with a request by an officer to stop a vehicle, vessel, aircraft or hovercraft; or

(b)     permit an officer to board the vehicle, vessel, aircraft or hovercraft after such a request is made,

commits an offence and shall be liable to imprisonment for 2 years and to a fine.

47    Forfeiture to the Management Authority

If an officer seizes an object, including a specimen, the owner of which cannot be identified, the object shall be forfeited to the Management Authority.

48    Dealing with forfeited specimens

(1)    If a specimen is forfeited to the Management Authority under this Law, the Management Authority shall ensure that a notice is published in a newspaper circulating in Jersey specifying the object seized and requesting the owner to contact, within 14 days after the publication of the notice, a person identified in the notice.

(2)    Whether or not the owner of a specimen is identified, the Management Authority may –

(a)     sell or give the specimen to another person (including the owner);

(b)     retain the animal or plant at a rescue centre;

(c)     if the animal or plant is not alive, dispose of it;

(d)     if an animal, destroy the animal on the advice of a veterinary surgeon if it thinks it is necessary or desirable to do so to cease the animal’s suffering or to remove the risk of the animal spreading disease;

(e)     if a plant, destroy the plant if it thinks it is necessary or desirable to do so to remove the risk of the plant spreading disease;

(f)     destroy the animal on the advice of a veterinary surgeon, or destroy the plant, if it thinks it necessary or desirable to do so to ensure the health of the species to which the animal or plant belongs; or

(g)     transport, or ensure the transportation of, the animal or plant back to a country or territory from which the Management Authority believes it was taken from the wild or exported to Jersey.

(3)    Any expenses reasonably incurred by the Management Authority in exercise of its powers under this Article, including the cost of any veterinary treatment reasonably required in respect of any animal, shall be recoverable as a civil debt from the owner or person having, or appearing to have, care or custody of the specimen.

PART 9

CONCLUDING PROVISIONS

49    Orders and Regulations

(1)    The States may, by Regulations amend this Law –

(a)     to the extent that is necessary in order for Jersey to comply with its obligations under CITES; or

(b)     to give effect to any resolution of the Conference of the Parties.

(2)    For the purposes of paragraph (1), a resolution of the Conference of the Parties means a recommendation under Article XI(3)(e) of CITES, such recommendation being in the form of a resolution.

(3)    Regulations under this Law may refer to an instrument of a legislative or administrative character, as in force for the time being or as in force from time to time, that is made by another country or territory or by a person or body that is incorporated or established in another country or territory.

(4)    An Order or Regulations under this Law may contain such transitional, consequential, incidental or supplementary provisions as appear to the Minister or the States, as the case may be, to be necessary or expedient for the purposes of the Order or Regulations.

50    Citation

This Law may be cited as the Endangered Species (CITES) (Jersey) Law 2012.



SCHEDULE

(Article 1)

SPECIES

1      Interpretation

(1)    The Appendices set out in the columns in the Table shall be interpreted as set out below in accordance with the equivalent Appendices to CITES.

(2)    Species included in these Appendices 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.

(3)    The abbreviation “spp.” is used to denote all species of a higher taxon.

(4)    Other references to taxa higher than species are for the purposes of information or classification only. The common names included after the scientific names of families are for reference only. They are intended to indicate the species within the family concerned that are included in the Appendices. In most cases this is not all of the species within the family.

(5)    The following abbreviations are used for plant taxa below the level of species –

(a)     “ssp.” is used to denote subspecies; and

(b)     “var(s).” is used to denote variety (varieties).

(6)    As none of the species or higher taxa of FLORA included in Appendix 1 is annotated to the effect that its hybrids shall be treated in accordance with the provisions of Article III of CITES, this means that artificially 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 CITES.

(7)    The names of the countries in parentheses placed against the names of species in Appendix 3 are those of the Parties submitting these species for inclusion in this Appendix.

(8)    When a species is included in one of the Appendices, all parts and derivatives of the species are also included in the same Appendix unless the species is annotated to indicate that only specific parts and derivatives are included. The symbol # followed by a number placed against the name of a species or higher taxon included in Appendix 2 or 3 refers to a footnote that indicates the parts or derivatives of plants that are designated as ‘specimens’ subject to the provisions of CITES in accordance with Article I, paragraph (b), sub-paragraph (iii).

TABLE



APPENDIX 1



APPENDIX 2



APPENDIX 3



F A U N A (ANIMALS)
P H Y L U M C H O R D A T A
CLASS MAMMALIA
(MAMMALS)



ARTIODACTYLA



Antilocapridae Pronghorn



Antilocapra americana (Only the population of Mexico; no other population is included in the Appendices)



 



 



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



Addax nasomaculatus



 



 



 



Ammotragus lervia



 



 



 



Antilope cervicapra (Nepal)



 



Bison bison athabascae



 



Bos gaurus (Excludes the domesticated form, which is referenced as Bos frontalis, and is not subject to the provisions of CITES)



 



 



Bos mutus (Excludes the domesticated form, which is referenced as Bos grunniens, and is not subject to the provisions of CITES)



 



 



Bos sauveli



 



 



 



 



Bubalus arnee (Nepal) (Excludes the domesticated form, which is referenced as Bubalus bubalis)



Bubalus depressicornis



 



 



Bubalus mindorensis



 



 



Bubalus quarlesi



 



 



 



Budorcas taxicolor



 



Capra falconeri



 



 



Capricornis milneedwardsii



 



 



Capricornis rubidus



 



 



Capricornis sumatraensis



 



 



Capricornis thar



 



 



 



Cephalophus brookei



 



 



Cephalophus dorsalis



 



Cephalophus jentinki



 



 



 



Cephalophus ogilbyi



 



 



Cephalophus silvicultor



 



 



Cephalophus zebra



 



 



Damaliscus pygargus pygargus



 



Gazella cuvieri



 



 



 



 



Gazella dorcas (Algeria, Tunisia)



Gazella leptoceros



 



 



Hippotragus niger variani



 



 



 



Kobus leche



 



Naemorhedus baileyi



 



 



Naemorhedus caudatus



 



 



Naemorhedus goral



 



 



Naemorhedus griseus



 



 



Nanger dama



 



 



Oryx dammah



 



 



Oryx leucoryx



 



 



 



Ovis ammon (Except the subspecies included in Appendix 1)



 



Ovis ammon hodgsonii



 



 



Ovis ammon nigrimontana



 



 



 



Ovis canadensis (Only the population of Mexico; no other population is included in the Appendices)



 



Ovis orientalis ophion



 



 



 



Ovis vignei (Except the subspecies included in Appendix 1)



 



Ovis vignei vignei



 



 



Pantholops hodgsonii



 



 



 



Philantomba monticola



 



Pseudoryx nghetinhensis



 



 



Rupicapra pyrenaica ornata



 



 



 



Saiga borealis



 



 



Saiga tatarica



 



 



 



Tetracerus quadricornis (Nepal)



Camelidae Guanaco, vicuna



 



Lama guanicoe



 



Vicugna vicugna [Except the populations of: Argentina (the populations of the Provinces of Jujuy and Catamarca and the semi-captive populations of the Provinces of Jujuy, Salta, Catamarca, La Rioja and San Juan); Chile (population of the Primera Región); Peru (the whole population); and the Plurinational State of Bolivia (the whole population); which are included in Appendix 2]



 



 



 



Vicugna vicugna [Only the populations of Argentina1 (the populations of the Provinces of Jujuy and Catamarca and the semi-captive populations of the Provinces of Jujuy, Salta, Catamarca, La Rioja and San Juan); Chile2 (population of the Primera Región); Peru3 (the whole population); and the Plurinational State of Bolivia4 (the whole population); all other populations are included in Appendix 1]



 



Cervidae Deer, guemals, muntjacs, pudus



Axis calamianensis



 



 



Axis kuhlii



 



 



Axis porcinus annamiticus



 



 



Blastocerus dichotomus



 



 



 



Cervus elaphus bactrianus



 



 



 



Cervus elaphus barbarus (Algeria, Tunisia)



Cervus elaphus hanglu



 



 



Dama dama mesopotamica



 



 



Hippocamelus spp.



 



 



 



 



Mazama temama cerasina (Guatemala)



Muntiacus crinifrons



 



 



Muntiacus vuquangensis



 



 



 



 



Odocoileus virginianus mayensis (Guatemala)



Ozotoceros bezoarticus



 



 



 



Pudu mephistophiles



 



Pudu puda



 



 



Rucervus duvaucelii



 



 



Rucervus eldii



 



 



Hippopotamidae Hippopotamuses



 



Hexaprotodon liberiensis



 



 



Hippopotamus amphibious



 



Moschidae Musk deer



Moschus spp. (Only the populations of Afghanistan, Bhutan, India, Myanmar, Nepal and Pakistan; all other populations are included in Appendix 2)



 



 



 



Moschus spp. (Except the populations of Afghanistan, Bhutan, India, Myanmar, Nepal and Pakistan, which are included in Appendix 1)



 



Suidae Babirusa, pygmy hog



Babyrousa babyrussa



 



 



Babyrousa bolabatuensis



 



 



Babyrousa celebensis



 



 



Babyrousa togeanensis



 



 



Sus salvanius



 



 



Tayassuidae Peccaries



 



Tayassuidae spp. (Except the species included in Appendix 1 and the populations of Pecari tajacu of Mexico and the United States of America, which are not included in the Appendices)



 



Catagonus wagneri



 



 



CARNIVORA



Ailuridae Red panda



Ailurus fulgens



 



 



Canidae Bush dog, foxes, wolves



 



 



Canis aureus (India)



Canis lupus (Only the populations of Bhutan, India, Nepal and Pakistan; all other populations are included in Appendix 2. Excludes the domesticated form and the dingo which are referenced as Canis lupus familiaris and Canis lupus dingo.)



 



 



 



Canis lupus (Except the populations of Bhutan, India, Nepal and Pakistan, which are included in Appendix 1. Excludes the domesticated form and the dingo which are referenced as Canis lupus familiaris and Canis lupus dingo.)



 



 



Cerdocyon thous



 



 



Chrysocyon brachyurus



 



 



Cuon alpinus



 



 



Lycalopex culpaeus



 



 



Lycalopex fulvipes



 



 



Lycalopex griseus



 



 



Lycalopex gymnocercus



 



Speothos venaticus



 



 



 



 



Vulpes bengalensis (India)



 



Vulpes cana



 



 



 



Vulpes vulpes griffithi (India)



 



 



Vulpes vulpes montana (India)



 



 



Vulpes vulpes pusilla (India)



 



Vulpes zerda



 



Eupleridae Fossa, falanouc, Malagasy civet



 



Cryptoprocta ferox



 



 



Eupleres goudotii



 



 



Fossa fossana



 



Felidae Cats



 



Felidae spp. (Except the species included in Appendix 1. Specimens of the domesticated form are not subject to the provisions of the CITES)



 



Acinonyx jubatus (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 III of the CITES)



 



 



Caracal caracal (Only the population of Asia; all other populations are included in Appendix 2)



 



 



Catopuma temminckii



 



 



Felis nigripes



 



 



Leopardus geoffroyi



 



 



Leopardus jacobitus



 



 



Leopardus pardalis



 



 



Leopardus tigrinus



 



 



Leopardus wiedii



 



 



Lynx pardinus



 



 



Neofelis nebulosa



 



 



Panthera leo persica



 



 



Panthera onca



 



 



Panthera pardus



 



 



Panthera tigris



 



 



Pardofelis marmorata



 



 



Prionailurus bengalensis bengalensis (Only the populations of Bangladesh, India and Thailand; all other populations are included in Appendix 2)



 



 



Prionailurus planiceps



 



 



Prionailurus rubiginosus (Only the population of India; all other populations are included in Appendix 2)



 



 



Puma concolor coryi



 



 



Puma concolor costaricensis



 



 



Puma concolor couguar



 



 



Puma yagouaroundi (Only the populations of Central and North America; all other populations are included in Appendix 2)



 



 



Uncia uncial



 



 



Herpestidae Mongooses



 



 



Herpestes edwardsi (India)



 



 



Herpestes fuscus (India)



 



 



Herpestes javanicus auropunctatus (India)



 



 



Herpestes smithii (India)



 



 



Herpestes urva (India)



 



 



Herpestes vitticollis (India)



Hyaenidae Aardwolf



 



 



Proteles cristata (Botswana)



Mephitidae Hog-nosed skunk



 



Conepatus humboldtii



 



Mustelidae Badgers, martens, weasels, etc.



Lutrinae Otters



 



Lutrinae spp. (Except the species included in Appendix 1)



 



Aonyx capensis microdon (Only the populations of Cameroon and Nigeria; all other populations are included in Appendix 2)



 



 



Enhydra lutris nereis



 



 



Lontra feline



 



 



Lontra longicaudis



 



 



Lontra provocax



 



 



Lutra lutra



 



 



Lutra Nippon



 



 



Pteronura brasiliensis



 



 



Mustelinae Grisons, honey badger, martens, tayra, weasels



 



 



Eira barbara (Honduras)



 



 



Galictis vittata (Costa Rica)



 



 



Martes flavigula (India)



 



 



Martes foina intermedia (India)



 



 



Martes gwatkinsii (India)



 



 



Mellivora capensis (Botswana)



 



 



Mustela altaica (India)



 



 



Mustela erminea ferghanae (India)



 



 



Mustela kathiah (India)



Mustela nigripes



 



 



 



 



Mustela sibirica (India)



Odobenidae Walrus



 



 



Odobenus rosmarus (Canada)



Otariidae Fur seals, sealions



 



Arctocephalus spp. (Except the species included in Appendix 1)



 



Arctocephalus townsendi



 



 



Phocidae Seals



 



Mirounga leonine



 



Monachus spp.



 



 



Procyonidae Coatis, kinkajou, olingos



 



 



Bassaricyon gabbii (Costa Rica)



 



 



Bassariscus sumichrasti (Costa Rica)



 



 



Nasua narica (Honduras)



 



 



Nasua nasua solitaria (Uruguay)



 



 



Potos flavus (Honduras)



Ursidae Bears, giant panda



 



Ursidae spp. (Except the species included in Appendix 1)



 



Ailuropoda melanoleuca



 



 



Helarctos malayanus



 



 



Melursus ursinus



 



 



Tremarctos ornatus



 



 



Ursus arctos (Only the populations of Bhutan, China, Mexico and Mongolia; all other populations are included in Appendix 2)



 



 



Ursus arctos isabellinus



 



 



Ursus thibetanus



 



 



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



 



 



Arctictis binturong (India)



 



 



Civettictis civetta (Botswana)



 



Cynogale bennettii



 



 



Hemigalus derbyanus



 



 



 



Paguma larvata (India)



 



 



Paradoxurus hermaphroditus (India)



 



 



Paradoxurus jerdoni (India)



 



Prionodon linsang



 



Prionodon pardicolor



 



 



 



 



Viverra civettina (India)



 



 



Viverra zibetha (India)



 



 



Viverricula indica (India)



CETACEA Dolphins, porpoises, whales



 



CETACEA spp. (Except the species included in Appendix 1. A zero annual export quota has been established for live specimens from the Black Sea population of Tursiops truncatus removed from the wild and traded for primarily commercial purposes)



 



Balaenidae Bowhead whale, right whales



Balaena mysticetus



 



 



Eubalaena spp.



 



 



Balaenopteridae Humpback whale, rorquals



Balaenoptera acutorostrata (Except the population of West Greenland, which is included in Appendix 2)



 



 



Balaenoptera bonaerensis



 



 



Balaenoptera borealis



 



 



Balaenoptera edeni



 



 



Balaenoptera musculus



 



 



Balaenoptera omurai



 



 



Balaenoptera physalus



 



 



Megaptera novaeangliae



 



 



Delphinidae Dolphins



Orcaella brevirostris



 



 



Orcaella heinsohni



 



 



Sotalia spp.



 



 



Sousa spp.



 



 



Eschrichtiidae Grey whale



Eschrichtius robustus



 



 



Iniidae River dolphins



Lipotes vexillifer



 



 



Neobalaenidae Pygmy right whale



Caperea marginata



 



 



Phocoenidae Porpoises



Neophocaena phocaenoides



 



 



Phocoena sinus



 



 



Physeteridae Sperm whales



Physeter macrocephalus



 



 



Platanistidae River dolphins



Platanista spp.



 



 



Ziphiidae Beaked whales, bottle-nosed whales



Berardius spp.



 



 



Hyperoodon spp.



 



 



CHIROPTERA



Phyllostomidae Broad-nosed bat



 



 



Platyrrhinus lineatus (Uruguay)



Pteropodidae Fruit bats, flying foxes



 



Acerodon spp. (Except the species included in Appendix 1)



 



Acerodon jubatus



 



 



 



Pteropus spp. (Except the species included in Appendix 1)



 



Pteropus insularis



 



 



Pteropus loochoensis



 



 



Pteropus mariannus



 



 



Pteropus molossinus



 



 



Pteropus pelewensis



 



 



Pteropus pilosus



 



 



Pteropus samoensis



 



 



Pteropus tonganus



 



 



Pteropus ualanus



 



 



Pteropus yapensis



 



 



CINGULATA



Dasypodidae Armadillos



 



 



Cabassous centralis (Costa Rica)



 



 



Cabassous tatouay (Uruguay)



 



Chaetophractus nationi (A zero annual export quota has been established. All specimens shall be deemed to be specimens of species included in Appendix 1 and the trade in them shall be regulated accordingly)



 



Priodontes maximus



 



 



DASYUROMORPHIA



Dasyuridae Dunnarts



Sminthopsis longicaudata



 



 



Sminthopsis psammophila



 



 



Thylacinidae Tasmanian wolf, thylacine



Thylacinus cynocephalus (possibly extinct)



 



 



DIPROTODONTIA



Macropodidae Kangaroos, wallabies



 



Dendrolagus inustus



 



 



Dendrolagus ursinus



 



Lagorchestes hirsutus



 



 



Lagostrophus fasciatus



 



 



Onychogalea fraenata



 



 



Onychogalea lunata



 



 



Phalangeridae Cuscuses



 



Phalanger intercastellanus



 



 



Phalanger mimicus



 



 



Phalanger orientalis



 



 



Spilocuscus kraemeri



 



 



Spilocuscus maculatus



 



 



Spilocuscus papuensis



 



Potoroidae Rat-kangaroos



Bettongia spp.



 



 



Caloprymnus campestris (possibly extinct)



 



 



Vombatidae Northern hairy-nosed wombat



Lasiorhinus krefftii



 



 



LAGOMORPHA



Leporidae Hispid hare, volcano rabbit



Caprolagus hispidus



 



 



Romerolagus diazi



 



 



MONOTREMATA



Tachyglossidae Echidnas, spiny anteaters



 



Zaglossus spp.



 



PERAMELEMORPHIA



Chaeropodidae Pig-footed bandicoots



Chaeropus ecaudatus (possibly extinct)



 



 



Peramelidae Bandicoots, echymiperas



Perameles bougainville



 



 



Thylacomyidae Bilbies



Macrotis lagotis



 



 



Macrotis leucura



 



 



PERISSODACTYLA



Equidae Horses, wild asses, zebras



Equus africanus (Excludes the domesticated form, which is referenced as Equus asinus, and is not subject to the provisions of CITES)



 



 



Equus grevyi



 



 



 



Equus hemionus (Except the subspecies included in Appendix 1)



 



Equus hemionus hemionus



 



 



Equus hemionus khur



 



 



 



Equus kiang



 



Equus przewalskii



 



 



 



Equus zebra hartmannae



 



Equus zebra zebra



 



 



Rhinocerotidae Rhinoceroses



Rhinocerotidae spp. (Except the subspecies included in Appendix 2)



 



 



 



Ceratotherium simum simum (Only the populations of South Africa and Swaziland; all other populations are included in Appendix 1. For the exclusive purpose of allowing international trade in live animals to appropriate and acceptable destinations and hunting trophies. All other specimens shall be deemed to be specimens of species included in Appendix 1 and the trade in them shall be regulated accordingly)



 



Tapiridae Tapirs



Tapiridae spp. (Except the species included in Appendix 2)



 



 



 



Tapirus terrestris



 



PHOLIDOTA



Manidae Pangolins



 



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



 



PILOSA



Bradypodidae Three-toed sloth



 



Bradypus variegatus



 



Megalonychidae Two-toed sloth



 



 



Choloepus hoffmanni (Costa Rica)



Myrmecophagidae American anteaters



 



Myrmecophaga tridactyla



 



 



 



Tamandua mexicana (Guatemala)



PRIMATES Apes, monkeys



 



PRIMATES spp. (Except the species included in Appendix 1)



 



Atelidae Howler and prehensile-tailed monkeys



Alouatta coibensis



 



 



Alouatta palliata



 



 



Alouatta pigra



 



 



Ateles geoffroyi frontatus



 



 



Ateles geoffroyi panamensis



 



 



Brachyteles arachnoides



 



 



Brachyteles hypoxanthus



 



 



Oreonax flavicauda



 



 



Cebidae New World monkeys



Callimico goeldii



 



 



Callithrix aurita



 



 



Callithrix flaviceps



 



 



Leontopithecus spp.



 



 



Saguinus bicolor



 



 



Saguinus geoffroyi



 



 



Saguinus leucopus



 



 



Saguinus martinsi



 



 



Saguinus oedipus



 



 



Saimiri oerstedii



 



 



Cercopithecidae Old World monkeys



Cercocebus galeritus



 



 



Cercopithecus diana



 



 



Cercopithecus roloway



 



 



Macaca silenus



 



 



Mandrillus leucophaeus



 



 



Mandrillus sphinx



 



 



Nasalis larvatus



 



 



Piliocolobus kirkii



 



 



Piliocolobus rufomitratus



 



 



Presbytis potenziani



 



 



Pygathrix spp.



 



 



Rhinopithecus spp.



 



 



Semnopithecus ajax



 



 



Semnopithecus dussumieri



 



 



Semnopithecus entellus



 



 



Semnopithecus hector



 



 



Semnopithecus hypoleucos



 



 



Semnopithecus priam



 



 



Semnopithecus schistaceus



 



 



Simias concolor



 



 



Trachypithecus geei



 



 



Trachypithecus pileatus



 



 



Trachypithecus shortridgei



 



 



Cheirogaleidae Dwarf lemurs



Cheirogaleidae spp.



 



 



Daubentoniidae Aye-aye



Daubentonia madagascariensis



 



 



Hominidae Chimpanzees, gorilla, orang-utan



Gorilla beringei



 



 



Gorilla gorilla



 



 



Pan spp.



 



 



Pongo abelii



 



 



Pongo pygmaeus



 



 



Hylobatidae Gibbons



Hylobatidae spp.



 



 



Indriidae Avahi, indris, sifakas, woolly lemurs



Indriidae spp.



 



 



Lemuridae Large lemurs



Lemuridae spp.



 



 



Lepilemuridae Sportive lemurs



Lepilemuridae spp.



 



 



Lorisidae Lorises



Nycticebus spp.



 



 



Pithecidae Sakis and uakaris



Cacajao spp.



 



 



Chiropotes albinasus



 



 



PROBOSCIDEA



Elephantidae Elephants



Elephas maximus



 



 



Loxodonta africana (Except the populations of Botswana, Namibia, South Africa and Zimbabwe, which are included in Appendix 2)



 



 



 



Loxodonta africana5(Only the populations of Botswana, Namibia, South Africa and Zimbabwe; all other populations are included in Appendix 1)



 



RODENTIA



Chinchillidae Chinchillas



Chinchilla spp. (Specimens of the domesticated form are not subject to the provisions of CITES)



 



 



Cuniculidae Paca



 



 



Cuniculus paca (Honduras)



Dasyproctidae Agouti



 



 



Dasyprocta punctata (Honduras)



Erethizontidae New World porcupines



 



 



Sphiggurus mexicanus (Honduras)



 



 



Sphiggurus spinosus (Uruguay)



Muridae Mice, rats



Leporillus conditor



 



 



Pseudomys fieldi praeconis



 



 



Xeromys myoides



 



 



Zyzomys pedunculatus



 



 



Sciuridae Ground squirrels, tree squirrels



Cynomys mexicanus



 



 



 



 



Marmota caudata (India)



 



 



Marmota himalayana (India)



 



Ratufa spp.



 



 



 



Sciurus deppei (Costa Rica)



SCANDENTIA Tree shrews



 



SCANDENTIA spp.



 



SIRENIA



Dugongidae Dugong



Dugong dugon



 



 



Trichechidae Manatees



Trichechus inunguis



 



 



Trichechus manatus



 



 



 



Trichechus senegalensis



 



CLASS AVES
(BIRDS)



ANSERIFORMES



Anatidae Ducks, geese, swans, etc.



Anas aucklandica



 



 



 



Anas bernieri



 



Anas chlorotis



 



 



 



Anas formosa



 



Anas laysanensis



 



 



Anas nesiotis



 



 



Asarcornis scutulata



 



 



Branta canadensis leucopareia



 



 



 



Branta ruficollis



 



Branta sandvicensis



 



 



 



 



Cairina moschata (Honduras)



 



Coscoroba coscoroba



 



 



Cygnus melancoryphus



 



 



Dendrocygna arborea



 



 



 



Dendrocygna autumnalis (Honduras)



 



 



Dendrocygna bicolor (Honduras)



 



Oxyura leucocephala



 



Rhodonessa caryophyllacea (possibly extinct)



 



 



 



Sarkidiornis melanotos



 



APODIFORMES



Trochilidae Hummingbirds



 



Trochilidae spp. (Except the species included in Appendix 1)



 



Glaucis dohrnii



 



 



CHARADRIIFORMES



Burhinidae Thick-knee



 



 



Burhinus bistriatus (Guatemala)



Laridae Gull



Larus relictus



 



 



Scolopacidae Curlews, greenshanks



Numenius borealis



 



 



Numenius tenuirostris



 



 



Tringa guttifer



 



 



CICONIIFORMES



Balaenicipitidae Shoebill, whale-headed stork



 



Balaeniceps rex



 



Ciconiidae Storks



Ciconia boyciana



 



 



 



Ciconia nigra



 



Jabiru mycteria



 



 



Mycteria cinerea



 



 



Phoenicopteridae Flamingos



 



Phoenicopteridae spp.



 



Threskiornithidae Ibises, spoonbills



 



Eudocimus ruber



 



 



Geronticus calvus



 



Geronticus eremita



 



 



Nipponia nippon



 



 



 



Platalea leucorodia



 



COLUMBIFORMES



Columbidae Doves, pigeons



Caloenas nicobarica



 



 



Ducula mindorensis



 



 



 



Gallicolumba luzonica



 



 



Goura spp.



 



 



 



Nesoenas mayeri (Mauritius)



CORACIIFORMES



Bucerotidae Hornbills



 



Aceros spp. (Except the species included in Appendix 1)



 



Aceros nipalensis



 



 



 



Anorrhinus spp.



 



 



Anthracoceros spp.



 



 



Berenicornis spp.



 



 



Buceros spp. (Except the species included in Appendix 1)



 



Buceros bicornis



 



 



 



Penelopides spp.



 



Rhinoplax vigil



 



 



 



Rhyticeros spp. (Except the species included in Appendix 1)



 



Rhyticeros subruficollis



 



 



CUCULIFORMES



Musophagidae Turacos



 



Tauraco spp.



 



FALCONIFORMES Eagles, falcons, hawks, vultures



 



FALCONIFORMES spp. (Except the species included in Appendices 1 and 3 and the species of the family Cathartidae)



 



Accipitridae Hawks, eagles



Aquila adalberti



 



 



Aquila heliaca



 



 



Chondrohierax uncinatus
wilsonii



 



 



Haliaeetus albicilla



 



 



Harpia harpyja



 



 



Pithecophaga jefferyi



 



 



Cathartidae New World vultures



Gymnogyps californianus



 



 



 



 



Sarcoramphus papa (Honduras)



Vultur gryphus



 



 



Falconidae Falcons



Falco araeus



 



 



Falco jugger



 



 



Falco newtoni (Only the population of Seychelles)



 



 



Falco pelegrinoides



 



 



Falco peregrinus



 



 



Falco punctatus



 



 



Falco rusticolus



 



 



GALLIFORMES



Cracidae Chachalacas, currassows, guans



 



 



Crax alberti (Colombia)



Crax blumenbachii



 



 



 



 



Crax daubentoni (Colombia)



 



 



Crax globulosa (Colombia)



 



 



Crax rubra (Colombia, Costa Rica, Guatemala, Honduras)



Mitu mitu



 



 



Oreophasis derbianus



 



 



 



 



Ortalis vetula (Guatemala, Honduras)



 



 



Pauxi pauxi (Colombia)



Penelope albipennis



 



 



 



 



Penelope purpurascens (Honduras)



 



 



Penelopina nigra (Guatemala)



Pipile jacutinga



 



 



Pipile pipile



 



 



Megapodiidae Megapodes, scrubfowl



Macrocephalon maleo



 



 



Phasianidae Grouse, guineafowl, partridges, pheasants, tragopans



 



Argusianus argus



 



Catreus wallichii



 



 



Colinus virginianus ridgwayi



 



 



Crossoptilon crossoptilon



 



 



Crossoptilon mantchuricum



 



 



 



Gallus sonneratii



 



 



Ithaginis cruentus



 



Lophophorus impejanus



 



 



Lophophorus lhuysii



 



 



Lophophorus sclateri



 



 



Lophura edwardsi



 



 



Lophura imperialis



 



 



Lophura swinhoii



 



 



 



 



Meleagris ocellata (Guatemala)



 



Pavo muticus



 



 



Polyplectron bicalcaratum



 



 



Polyplectron germaini



 



 



Polyplectron malacense



 



Polyplectron napoleonis



 



 



 



Polyplectron schleiermacheri



 



Rheinardia ocellata



 



 



Syrmaticus ellioti



 



 



Syrmaticus humiae



 



 



Syrmaticus mikado



 



 



Tetraogallus caspius



 



 



Tetraogallus tibetanus



 



 



Tragopan blythii



 



 



Tragopan caboti



 



 



Tragopan melanocephalus



 



 



 



 



Tragopan satyra (Nepal)



Tympanuchus cupido attwateri



 



 



GRUIFORMES



Gruidae Cranes



 



Gruidae spp. (Except the species included in Appendix 1)



 



Grus americana



 



 



Grus canadensis nesiotes



 



 



Grus canadensis pulla



 



 



Grus japonensis



 



 



Grus leucogeranus



 



 



Grus monacha



 



 



Grus nigricollis



 



 



Grus vipio



 



 



Otididae Bustards



 



Otididae spp. (Except the species included in Appendix 1)



 



Ardeotis nigriceps



 



 



Chlamydotis macqueenii



 



 



Chlamydotis undulata



 



 



Houbaropsis bengalensis



 



 



Rallidae Rail



Gallirallus sylvestris



 



 



Rhynochetidae Kagu



Rhynochetos jubatus



 



 



PASSERIFORMES



Atrichornithidae Scrub-bird



Atrichornis clamosus



 



 



Cotingidae Cotingas



 



 



Cephalopterus ornatus (Colombia)



 



 



Cephalopterus penduliger (Colombia)



Cotinga maculate



 



 



 



Rupicola spp.



 



Xipholena atropurpurea



 



 



Emberizidae Cardinals, tanagers



 



Gubernatrix cristata



 



 



Paroaria capitata



 



 



Paroaria coronata



 



 



Tangara fastuosa



 



Estrildidae Mannikins, waxbills



 



Amandava formosa



 



 



Lonchura oryzivora



 



 



Poephila cincta cincta



 



Fringillidae Finches



Carduelis cucullata



 



 



 



Carduelis yarrellii



 



Hirundinidae Martin



Pseudochelidon sirintarae



 



 



Icteridae Blackbird



Xanthopsar flavus



 



 



Meliphagidae Honeyeater



Lichenostomus melanops
cassidix



 



 



Muscicapidae Old World flycatchers



 



 



Acrocephalus rodericanus (Mauritius)



 



Cyornis ruckii



 



Dasyornis broadbenti litoralis (possibly extinct)



 



 



Dasyornis longirostris



 



 



 



Garrulax canorus



 



 



Garrulax taewanus



 



 



Leiothrix argentauris



 



 



Leiothrix lutea



 



 



Liocichla omeiensis



 



Picathartes gymnocephalus



 



 



Picathartes oreas



 



 



 



 



Terpsiphone bourbonnensis (Mauritius)



Paradisaeidae Birds of paradise



 



Paradisaeidae spp.



 



Pittidae Pittas



 



Pitta guajana



 



Pitta gurneyi



 



 



Pitta kochi



 



 



 



Pitta nympha



 



Pycnonotidae Bulbul



 



Pycnonotus zeylanicus



 



Sturnidae Mynahs (Starlings)



 



Gracula religiosa



 



Leucopsar rothschildi



 



 



Zosteropidae White-eye



Zosterops albogularis



 



 



PELECANIFORMES



Fregatidae Frigatebird



Fregata andrewsi



 



 



Pelecanidae Pelican



Pelecanus crispus



 



 



Sulidae Booby



Papasula abbotti



 



 



PICIFORMES



Capitonidae Barbet



 



 



Semnornis ramphastinus (Colombia)



Picidae Woodpeckers



Campephilus imperialis



 



 



Dryocopus javensis richardsi



 



 



Ramphastidae Toucans



 



 



Baillonius bailloni (Argentina)



 



Pteroglossus aracari



 



 



 



Pteroglossus castanotis (Argentina)



 



Pteroglossus viridis



 



 



 



Ramphastos dicolorus (Argentina)



 



Ramphastos sulfuratus



 



 



Ramphastos toco



 



 



Ramphastos tucanus



 



 



Ramphastos vitellinus



 



 



 



Selenidera maculirostris (Argentina)



PODICIPEDIFORMES



Podicipedidae Grebe



Podilymbus gigas



 



 



PROCELLARIIFORMES



Diomedeidae Albatross



Phoebastria albatrus



 



 



PSITTACIFORMES



 



PSITTACIFORMES spp. (Except the species included in Appendix 1 and Agapornis roseicollis, Melopsittacus undulatus, Nymphicus hollandicus and Psittacula krameri, which are not included in the Appendices)



 



Cacatuidae Cockatoos



Cacatua goffiniana



 



 



Cacatua haematuropygia



 



 



Cacatua moluccensis



 



 



Cacatua sulphurea



 



 



Probosciger aterrimus



 



 



Loriidae Lories, lorikeets



Eos histrio



 



 



Vini ultramarina



 



 



Psittacidae Amazons, macaws, parakeets, parrots



Amazona arausiaca



 



 



Amazona auropalliata



 



 



Amazona barbadensis



 



 



Amazona brasiliensis



 



 



Amazona finschi



 



 



Amazona guildingii



 



 



Amazona imperialis



 



 



Amazona leucocephala



 



 



Amazona oratrix



 



 



Amazona pretrei



 



 



Amazona rhodocorytha



 



 



Amazona tucumana



 



 



Amazona versicolor



 



 



Amazona vinacea



 



 



Amazona viridigenalis



 



 



Amazona vittata



 



 



Anodorhynchus spp.



 



 



Ara ambiguus



 



 



Ara glaucogularis(Often traded under the incorrect designation Ara caninde)



 



 



Ara macao



 



 



Ara militaris



 



 



Ara rubrogenys



 



 



Cyanopsitta spixii



 



 



Cyanoramphus cookii



 



 



Cyanoramphus forbesi



 



 



Cyanoramphus novaezelandiae



 



 



Cyanoramphus saisseti



 



 



Cyclopsitta diophthalma coxeni



 



 



Eunymphicus cornutus



 



 



Guarouba guarouba



 



 



Neophema chrysogaster



 



 



Ognorhynchus icterotis



 



 



Pezoporus occidentalis (possibly extinct)



 



 



Pezoporus wallicus



 



 



Pionopsitta pileata



 



 



Primolius couloni



 



 



Primolius maracana



 



 



Psephotus chrysopterygius



 



 



Psephotus dissimilis



 



 



Psephotus pulcherrimus (possibly extinct)



 



 



Psittacula echo



 



 



Pyrrhura cruentata



 



 



Rhynchopsitta spp.



 



 



Strigops habroptilus



 



 



RHEIFORMES



Rheidae Rheas



Pterocnemia pennata (Except Pterocnemia pennata pennata which is included in Appendix 2)



 



 



 



Pterocnemia pennata pennata



 



 



Rhea americana



 



SPHENISCIFORMES



Spheniscidae Penguins



 



Spheniscus demersus



 



Spheniscus humboldti



 



 



STRIGIFORMES Owls



 



STRIGIFORMES spp. (Except the species included in Appendix 1)



 



Strigidae Owls



Heteroglaux blewitti



 



 



Mimizuku gurneyi



 



 



Ninox natalis



 



 



Ninox novaeseelandiae undulata



 



 



Tytonidae Barn owls



Tyto soumagnei



 



 



STRUTHIONIFORMES



Struthionidae Ostrich



Struthio camelus (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 Appendices)



 



 



TINAMIFORMES



Tinamidae Tinamous



Tinamus solitarius



 



 



TROGONIFORMES



Trogonidae Quetzals



Pharomachrus mocinno



 



 



CLASS REPTILIA
(REPTILES)



CROCODYLIA Alligators, caimans, crocodiles



 



CROCODYLIA spp. (Except the species included in Appendix 1)



 



Alligatoridae Alligators, caimans



Alligator sinensis



 



 



Caiman crocodilus apaporiensis



 



 



Caiman latirostris (Except the population of Argentina, which is included in Appendix 2)



 



 



Melanosuchus niger (Except the population of Brazil, which is included in Appendix 2, and the population of Ecuador, which is included in Appendix 2 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)



 



 



Crocodylidae Crocodiles



Crocodylus acutus (Except the population of Cuba, which is included in Appendix 2)



 



 



Crocodylus cataphractus



 



 



Crocodylus intermedius



 



 



Crocodylus mindorensis



 



 



Crocodylus moreletii [except the populations of Belize and Mexico which are included in Appendix 2 with a zero quota for wild specimens traded for commercial purposes]



 



 



Crocodylus niloticus [Except the populations of Botswana, Egypt (subject to a zero quota for wild specimens traded for commercial purposes), 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, which are included in Appendix 2]



 



 



Crocodylus palustris



 



 



Crocodylus porosus (Except the populations of Australia, Indonesia and Papua New Guinea, which are included in Appendix 2)



 



 



Crocodylus rhombifer



 



 



Crocodylus siamensis



 



 



Osteolaemus tetraspis



 



 



Tomistoma schlegelii



 



 



Gavialidae Gavial



Gavialis gangeticus



 



 



RHYNCHOCEPHALIA



Sphenodontidae Tuatara



Sphenodon spp.



 



 



SAURIA



Agamidae Agamas, mastigures



 



Uromastyx spp.



 



Chamaeleonidae Chameleons



 



Bradypodion spp.



 



 



Brookesia spp. (Except the species included in Appendix 1)



 



Brookesia perarmata



 



 



 



Calumma spp.



 



 



Chamaeleo spp.



 



 



Furcifer spp.



 



 



Kinyongia spp.



 



 



Nadzikambia spp.



 



Cordylidae Spiny-tailed lizards



 



Cordylus spp.



 



Gekkonidae Geckos



 



Cyrtodactylus serpensinsula



 



 



 



Hoplodactylus spp. (New Zealand)



 



 



Naultinus spp. (New Zealand)



 



Phelsuma spp.



 



 



Uroplatus spp.



 



Helodermatidae Beaded lizard, gila monster



 



Heloderma spp. (Except the subspecies included in Appendix 1)



 



Heloderma horridum charlesbogerti



 



 



Iguanidae Iguanas



 



Amblyrhynchus cristatus



 



Brachylophus spp.



 



 



 



Conolophus spp.



 



 



Ctenosaura bakeri



 



 



Ctenosaura oedirhina



 



 



Ctenosaura melanosterna



 



 



Ctenosaura palearis



 



Cyclura spp.



 



 



 



Iguana spp.



 



 



Phrynosoma blainvillii



 



 



Phrynosoma cerroense



 



 



Phrynosoma coronatum



 



 



Phrynosoma wigginsi



 



Sauromalus varius



 



 



Lacertidae Lizards



Gallotia simonyi



 



 



 



Podarcis lilfordi



 



 



Podarcis pityusensis



 



Scincidae Skinks



 



Corucia zebrata



 



Teiidae Caiman lizards, tegu lizards



 



Crocodilurus amazonicus



 



 



Dracaena spp.



 



 



Tupinambis spp.



 



Varanidae Monitor lizards



 



Varanus spp. (Except the species included in Appendix 1)



 



Varanus bengalensis



 



 



Varanus flavescens



 



 



Varanus griseus



 



 



Varanus komodoensis



 



 



Varanus nebulosus



 



 



Xenosauridae Chinese crocodile lizard



 



Shinisaurus crocodilurus



 



SERPENTES Snakes



Boidae Boas



 



Boidae spp. (Except the species included in Appendix 1)



 



Acrantophis spp.



 



 



Boa constrictor occidentalis



 



 



Epicrates inornatus



 



 



Epicrates monensis



 



 



Epicrates subflavus



 



 



Sanzinia madagascariensis



 



 



Bolyeriidae Round Island boas



 



Bolyeriidae spp. (Except the species included in Appendix 1)



 



Bolyeria multocarinata



 



 



Casarea dussumieri



 



 



Colubridae Typical snakes, water snakes, whipsnakes



 



 



Atretium schistosum (India)



 



 



Cerberus rynchops (India)



 



Clelia clelia



 



 



Cyclagras gigas



 



 



Elachistodon westermanni



 



 



Ptyas mucosus



 



 



 



Xenochrophis piscator (India)



Elapidae Cobras, coral snakes



 



Hoplocephalus bungaroides



 



 



 



Micrurus diastema (Honduras)



 



 



Micrurus nigrocinctus (Honduras)



 



Naja atra



 



 



Naja kaouthia



 



 



Naja mandalayensis



 



 



Naja naja



 



 



Naja oxiana



 



 



Naja philippinensis



 



 



Naja sagittifera



 



 



Naja samarensis



 



 



Naja siamensis



 



 



Naja sputatrix



 



 



Naja sumatrana



 



 



Ophiophagus hannah



 



Loxocemidae Mexican dwarf boa



 



Loxocemidae spp.



 



Pythonidae Pythons



 



Pythonidae spp. (Except the subspecies included in Appendix 1)



 



Python molurus molurus



 



 



Tropidophiidae Wood boas



 



Tropidophiidae spp.



 



Viperidae Vipers



 



 



Crotalus durissus (Honduras)



 



 



Daboia russelii (India)



Vipera ursinii (Only the population of Europe, except the area which formerly constituted the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics; these latter populations are not included in the Appendices)



 



 



 



Vipera wagneri



 



TESTUDINES



Carettochelyidae Pig-nosed turtles



 



Carettochelys insculpta



 



Chelidae Austro-American side-necked turtles



 



Chelodina mccordi



 



Pseudemydura umbrina



 



 



Cheloniidae Marine turtles



Cheloniidae spp.



 



 



Chelydridae Snapping turtles



 



 



Macrochelys temminckii (United States of America)



Dermatemydidae Central American river turtle



 



Dermatemys mawii



 



Dermochelyidae Leatherback turtle



Dermochelys coriacea



 



 



Emydidae Box turtles, freshwater turtles



 



Glyptemys insculpta



 



Glyptemys muhlenbergii



 



 



 



 



Graptemys spp. (United States of America)



 



Terrapene spp. (Except the species included in Appendix 1)



 



Terrapene coahuila



 



 



Geoemydidae Box turtles, freshwater turtles



Batagur affinis



 



 



Batagur baska



 



 



 



Batagur spp. (Except the species included in Appendix 1)



 



 



Cuora spp.



 



Geoclemys hamiltonii



 



 



 



 



Geoemyda spengleri (China)



 



Heosemys annandalii



 



 



Heosemys depressa



 



 



Heosemys grandis



 



 



Heosemys spinosa



 



 



Leucocephalon yuwonoi



 



 



Malayemys macrocephala



 



 



Malayemys subtrijuga



 



 



Mauremys annamensis



 



 



 



Mauremys iversoni (China)



 



 



Mauremys megalocephala (China)



 



Mauremys mutica



 



 



 



Mauremys nigricans (China)



 



 



Mauremys pritchardi (China)



 



 



Mauremys reevesii (China)



 



 



Mauremys sinensis (China)



Melanochelys tricarinata



 



 



Morenia ocellata



 



 



 



Notochelys platynota



 



 



 



Ocadia glyphistoma (China)



 



 



Ocadia philippeni (China)



 



Orlitia borneensis



 



 



Pangshura spp. (Except the species included in Appendix 1)



 



Pangshura tecta



 



 



 



 



Sacalia bealei (China)



 



 



Sacalia pseudocellata (China)



 



 



Sacalia quadriocellata (China)



 



Siebenrockiella crassicollis



 



 



Siebenrockiella leytensis



 



Platysternidae Big-headed turtle



 



Platysternon megacephalum



 



Podocnemididae Afro-American side-necked turtles



 



Erymnochelys madagascariensis



 



 



Peltocephalus dumerilianus



 



 



Podocnemis spp.



 



Testudinidae Tortoises



 



Testudinidae spp. (Except the species included in Appendix 1. A zero annual export quota has been established for Geochelone sulcata for specimens removed from the wild and traded for primarily commercial purposes)



 



Astrochelys radiata



 



 



Astrochelys yniphora



 



 



Chelonoidis nigra



 



 



Gopherus flavomarginatus



 



 



Psammobates geometricus



 



 



Pyxis arachnoids



 



 



Pyxis planicauda



 



 



Testudo kleinmanni



 



 



Trionychidae Softshell turtles, terrapins



 



Amyda cartilaginea



 



Apalone spinifera atra



 



 



Aspideretes gangeticus



 



 



Aspideretes hurum



 



 



Aspideretes nigricans



 



 



 



Chitra spp.



 



 



Lissemys punctata



 



 



Lissemys scutata



 



 



 



Palea steindachneri (China)



 



Pelochelys spp.



 



 



 



Pelodiscus axenaria (China)



 



 



Pelodiscus maackii (China)



 



 



Pelodiscus parviformis (China)



 



 



Rafetus swinhoei (China)



CLASS AMPHIBIA
(AMPHIBIANS)



ANURA



Bufonidae Toads



Altiphrynoides spp.



 



 



Atelopus zeteki



 



 



Bufo periglenes



 



 



Bufo superciliaris



 



 



Nectophrynoides spp.



 



 



Nimbaphrynoides spp.



 



 



Spinophrynoides spp.



 



 



Calyptocephalellidae Chilean toads



 



 



Calyptocephalella gayi (Chile)



Dendrobatidae Poison frogs



 



Allobates femoralis



 



 



Cryptophyllobates azureiventris



 



 



Allobates zaparo



 



 



Dendrobates spp.



 



 



Epipedobates spp.



 



 



Phyllobates spp.



 



Hylidae Tree frogs



 



Agalychnis spp.



 



Mantellidae Mantellas



 



Mantella spp.



 



Microhylidae Red rain frog, tomato frog



Dyscophus antongilii



 



 



 



Scaphiophryne gottlebei



 



Rheobatrachidae Gastric-brooding frogs



 



Rheobatrachus spp.



 



Ranidae Frogs



 



Euphlyctis hexadactylus



 



 



Hoplobatrachus tigerinus



 



CAUDATA



Ambystomatidae Axolotls



 



Ambystoma dumerilii



 



 



Ambystoma mexicanum



 



Cryptobranchidae Giant salamanders



Andrias spp.



 



 



Salamandridae Newts and salamanders



Neurergus kaiseri



 



 



CLASS ELASMOBRANCHII
(SHARKS)



LAMNIFORMES



Cetorhinidae Basking shark



 



Cetorhinus maximus



 



Lamnidae Great white shark



 



Carcharodon carcharias



 



ORECTOLOBIFORMES



Rhincodontidae Whale shark



 



Rhincodon typus



 



RAJIFORMES



Pristidae Sawfishes



Pristidae spp. (Except the species included in Appendix 2)



 



 



 



Pristis microdon (For the exclusive purpose of allowing international trade in live animals to appropriate and acceptable aquaria for primarily conservation purposes)



 



CLASS ACTINOPTERYGII
(FISHES)



ACIPENSERIFORMES Paddlefishes, sturgeons



 



ACIPENSERIFORMES spp. (Except the species included in Appendix 1)



 



Acipenseridae Sturgeons



Acipenser brevirostrum



 



 



Acipenser sturio



 



 



ANGUILLIFORMES



Anguillidae Freshwater eels



 



Anguilla anguilla



 



CYPRINIFORMES



Catostomidae Cui-ui



Chasmistes cujus



 



 



Cyprinidae Blind carps, plaeesok



 



Caecobarbus geertsi



 



Probarbus jullieni



 



 



OSTEOGLOSSIFORMES



Osteoglossidae Arapaima, bonytongue



 



Arapaima gigas



 



Scleropages formosus



 



 



PERCIFORMES



Labridae Wrasses



 



Cheilinus undulatus



 



Sciaenidae Totoaba



Totoaba macdonaldi



 



 



SILURIFORMES



Pangasiidae Pangasid catfish



Pangasianodon gigas



 



 



SYNGNATHIFORMES



Syngnathidae Pipefishes, seahorses



 



Hippocampus spp.



 



CLASS SARCOPTERYGII
(LUNGFISHES)



CERATODONTIFORMES



Ceratodontidae Australian lungfish



 



Neoceratodus forsteri



 



COELACANTHIFORMES



Latimeriidae Coelacanths



Latimeria spp.



 



 



P H Y L U M E C H I N O D E R M A T A
CLASS HOLOTHUROIDEA
(SEA CUCUMBERS)



ASPIDOCHIROTIDA



Stichopodidae Sea cucumbers



 



 



Isostichopus fuscus (Ecuador)



P H Y L U M A R T H R O P O D A
CLASS ARACHNIDA
(SCORPIONS AND SPIDERS)



ARANEAE



Theraphosidae Red-kneed tarantulas, tarantulas



 



Aphonopelma albiceps



 



 



Aphonopelma pallidum



 



 



Brachypelma spp.



 



SCORPIONES



Scorpionidae Scorpions



 



Pandinus dictator



 



 



Pandinus gambiensis



 



 



Pandinus imperator



 



CLASS INSECTA
(INSECTS)



COLEOPTERA



Lucanidae Cape stag beetles



 



 



Colophon spp. (South Africa)



Scarabaeidae Scarab beetles



 



Dynastes satanas



 



LEPIDOPTERA



Nymphalidae Brush-footed butterflies



 



 



Agrias amydon boliviensis (Plurinational State of Bolivia)



 



 



Morpho godartii lachaumei (Plurinational State of Bolivia)



 



 



Prepona praeneste buckleyana (Plurinational State of Bolivia)



Papilionidae Birdwing butterflies, swallowtail butterflies



 



Atrophaneura jophon



 



 



Atrophaneura pandiyana



 



 



Bhutanitis spp.



 



 



Ornithoptera spp. (Except the species included in Appendix 1)



 



Ornithoptera alexandrae



 



 



Papilio chikae



 



 



Papilio homerus



 



 



Papilio hospiton



 



 



 



Parnassius apollo



 



 



Teinopalpus spp.



 



 



Trogonoptera spp.



 



 



Troides spp.



 



P H Y L U M A N N E L I D A
CLASS HIRUDINOIDEA
(LEECHES)



ARHYNCHOBDELLIDA



Hirudinidae Medicinal leeches



 



Hirudo medicinalis



 



 



Hirudo verbana



 



P H Y L U M M O L L U S C A
CLASS BIVALVIA
(CLAMS AND MUSSELS)



MYTILOIDA



Mytilidae Marine mussels



 



Lithophaga lithophaga



 



UNIONOIDA



Unionidae Freshwater mussels, pearly mussels



Conradilla caelata



 



 



 



Cyprogenia aberti



 



Dromus dromas



 



 



Epioblasma curtisi



 



 



Epioblasma florentina



 



 



Epioblasma sampsonii



 



 



Epioblasma sulcata perobliqua



 



 



Epioblasma torulosa
gubernaculum



 



 



 



Epioblasma torulosa rangiana



 



Epioblasma torulosa torulosa



 



 



Epioblasma turgidula



 



 



Epioblasma walkeri



 



 



Fusconaia cuneolus



 



 



Fusconaia edgariana



 



 



Lampsilis higginsii



 



 



Lampsilis orbiculata orbiculata



 



 



Lampsilis satur



 



 



Lampsilis virescens



 



 



Plethobasus cicatricosus



 



 



Plethobasus cooperianus



 



 



 



Pleurobema clava



 



Pleurobema plenum



 



 



Potamilus capax



 



 



Quadrula intermedia



 



 



Quadrula sparsa



 



 



Toxolasma cylindrella



 



 



Unio nickliniana



 



 



Unio tampicoensis
tecomatensis



 



 



Villosa trabalis



 



 



VENEROIDA



Tridacnidae Giant clams



 



Tridacnidae spp.



 



CLASS GASTROPODA
(SNAILS AND CONCHES)



MESOGASTROPODA



Strombidae Queen conch



 



Strombus gigas



 



STYLOMMATOPHORA



Achatinellidae Agate snails, oahu tree snails



Achatinella spp.



 



 



Camaenidae Green tree snail



 



Papustyla pulcherrima



 



P H Y L U M C N I D A R I A
CLASS ANTHOZOA
(CORALS AND SEA ANEMONES)



ANTIPATHARIA Black corals



 



ANTIPATHARIA spp.



 



GORGONACEAE



Coralliidae



 



 



Corallium elatius (China)
Corallium japonicum (China)
Corallium konjoi (China)
Corallium secundum (China)



HELIOPORACEA



Helioporidae Blue corals



 



Helioporidae spp. (Includes only the species Heliopora coerulea. Fossils are not subject to the provisions of CITES)



 



SCLERACTINIA Stony corals



 



SCLERACTINIA spp. (Fossils are not subject to the provisions of CITES)



 



STOLONIFERA



Tubiporidae Organ-pipe corals



 



Tubiporidae spp. (Fossils are not subject to the provisions of CITES)



 



CLASS HYDROZOA
(SEA FERNS, FIRE CORALS AND STINGING MEDUSAE)



MILLEPORINA



Milleporidae Fire corals



 



Milleporidae spp. (Fossils are not subject to the provisions of CITES)



 



STYLASTERINA



Stylasteridae Lace corals



 



Stylasteridae spp. (Fossils are not subject to the provisions of CITES)



 



F L O R A (PLANTS)



AGAVACEAE Agaves



Agave parviflora



 



 



 



Agave victoriae-reginae #4



 



 



Nolina interrata



 



AMARYLLIDACEAE Snowdrops, sternbergias



 



Galanthus spp. #4



 



 



Sternbergia spp. #4



 



ANACARDIACEAE Cashews



 



Operculicarya hyphaenoides



 



 



Operculicarya pachypus



 



APOCYNACEAE Elephant trunks, hoodias



 



Hoodia spp. #9



 



 



Pachypodium spp. #4 (Except the species included in Appendix 1)



 



Pachypodium ambongense



 



 



Pachypodium baronii



 



 



Pachypodium decaryi



 



 



 



Rauvolfia serpentina #2



 



ARALIACEAE Ginseng



 



Panax ginseng #3Only the population of the Russian Federation; no other population is included in the Appendices)



 



 



Panax quinquefolius #3



 



ARAUCARIACEAE Monkey-puzzle tree



Araucaria araucana



 



 



BERBERIDACEAE May-apple



 



Podophyllum hexandrum #2



 



BROMELIACEAE Air plants, bromelias



 



Tillandsia harrisii #4



 



 



Tillandsia kammii #4



 



 



Tillandsia kautskyi #4



 



 



Tillandsia mauryana #4



 



 



Tillandsia sprengeliana #4



 



 



Tillandsia sucrei #4



 



 



Tillandsia xerographica #4



 



CACTACEAE Cacti



 



CACTACEAE spp. 6#4 (Except the species included in Appendix 1 and except Pereskia spp., Pereskiopsis spp. and Quiabentia spp.)



 



Ariocarpus spp.



 



 



Astrophytum asterias



 



 



Aztekium ritteri



 



 



Coryphantha werdermannii



 



 



Discocactus spp.



 



 



Echinocereus ferreirianus
ssp. lindsayi



 



 



Echinocereus schmollii



 



 



Escobaria minima



 



 



Escobaria sneedii



 



 



Mammillaria pectinifera



 



 



Mammillaria solisioides



 



 



Melocactus conoideus



 



 



Melocactus deinacanthus



 



 



Melocactus glaucescens



 



 



Melocactus paucispinus



 



 



Obregonia denegrii



 



 



Pachycereus militaris



 



 



Pediocactus bradyi



 



 



Pediocactus knowltonii



 



 



Pediocactus paradinei



 



 



Pediocactus peeblesianus



 



 



Pediocactus sileri



 



 



Pelecyphora spp.



 



 



Sclerocactus brevihamatus
ssp. tobuschii



 



 



Sclerocactus erectocentrus



 



 



Sclerocactus glaucus



 



 



Sclerocactus mariposensis



 



 



Sclerocactus mesae-verdae



 



 



Sclerocactus nyensis



 



 



Sclerocactus papyracanthus



 



 



Sclerocactus pubispinus



 



 



Sclerocactus wrightiae



 



 



Strombocactus spp.



 



 



Turbinicarpus spp.



 



 



Uebelmannia spp.



 



 



CARYOCARACEAE Ajo



 



Caryocar costaricense #4



 



COMPOSITAE (Asteraceae) Kuth



Saussurea costus



 



 



CRASSULACEAE Dudleyas



 



Dudleya stolonifera



 



 



Dudleya traskiae



 



CUPRESSACEAE Alerce, cypresses



Fitzroya cupressoides



 



 



Pilgerodendron uviferum



 



 



CUCURBITACEAE Melons, gourds, cucurbits



 



Zygosicyos pubescens



 



 



Zygosicyos tripartitus



 



CYATHEACEAE Tree-ferns



 



Cyathea spp. #4



 



CYCADACEAE Cycads



 



CYCADACEAE spp. #4 (Except the species included in Appendix 1)



 



Cycas beddomei



 



 



DICKSONIACEAE Tree-ferns



 



Cibotium barometz #4



 



 



Dicksonia spp. #4 (Only the populations of the Americas; no other population is included in the Appendices)



 



DIDIEREACEAE Alluaudias, didiereas



 



DIDIEREACEAE spp. #4



 



DIOSCOREACEAE Elephant’s foot, kniss



 



Dioscorea deltoidea #4



 



DROSERACEAE Venus’ flytrap



 



Dionaea muscipula #4



 



EUPHORBIACEAE Spurges



 



Euphorbia spp. #4 (Succulent species only except Euphorbia misera and the species included in Appendix 1. Artificially propagated specimens of cultivars of Euphorbia trigona, artificially propagated specimens of 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 recognizable as artificially propagated specimens, are not subject to the provisions of CITES)



 



Euphorbia ambovombensis



 



 



Euphorbia capsaintemariensis



 



 



Euphorbia cremersii (Includes the forma viridifolia and the var. rakotozafyi)



 



 



Euphorbia cylindrifolia (Includes the ssp. tuberifera)



 



 



Euphorbia decaryi (Includes the vars. ampanihyensis, robinsonii and spirosticha)



 



 



Euphorbia francoisii



 



 



Euphorbia moratii (Includes the vars. antsingiensis, bemarahensis and multiflora)



 



 



Euphorbia parvicyathophora



 



 



Euphorbia quartziticola



 



 



Euphorbia tulearensis



 



 



FOUQUIERIACEAE Ocotillos



 



Fouquieria columnaris #4



 



Fouquieria fasciculata



 



 



Fouquieria purpusii



 



 



GNETACEAE Gnetums



 



 



Gnetum montanum #1 (Nepal)



JUGLANDACEAE Gavilan



 



Oreomunnea pterocarpa #4



 



LAURACEAE Laurels



 



Aniba rosaeodora #12



 



LEGUMINOSAE (Fabaceae) Afrormosia, cristobal, rosewood, sandalwood



 



Caesalpinia echinata #10



 



Dalbergia nigra



 



 



 



 



Dalbergia retusa #5 [population of Guatemala (Guatemala)]
Dalbergia stevensonii #5 [population of Guatemala
(Guatemala)]
Dipteryx panamensis (Costa Rica, Nicaragua)



 



Pericopsis elata #5



 



 



Platymiscium pleiostachyum #4



 



 



Pterocarpus santalinus #7



 



LILIACEAE Aloes



 



Aloe spp. #4 (Except the species included in Appendix 1. Also excludes Aloe vera, also referenced as Aloe barbadensis which is not included in the Appendices)



 



Aloe albida



 



 



Aloe albiflora



 



 



Aloe alfredii



 



 



Aloe bakeri



 



 



Aloe bellatula



 



 



Aloe calcairophila



 



 



Aloe compressa (Includes the vars. paucituberculata, rugosquamosa and schistophila)



 



 



Aloe delphinensis



 



 



Aloe descoingsii



 



 



Aloe fragilis



 



 



Aloe haworthioides (Includes the var. aurantiaca)



 



 



Aloe helenae



 



 



Aloe laeta (Includes the var. maniaensis)



 



 



Aloe parallelifolia



 



 



Aloe parvula



 



 



Aloe pillansii



 



 



Aloe polyphylla



 



 



Aloe rauhii



 



 



Aloe suzannae



 



 



Aloe versicolor



 



 



Aloe vossii



 



 



MAGNOLIACEAE Magnolia



 



 



Magnolia liliifera var. obovata #1 (Nepal)



MELIACEAE Mahoganies, West Indian cedar



 



 



Cedrela fissilis #5 (Plurinational State of Bolivia)



 



 



Cedrela lilloi #5 (Plurinational State of Bolivia)



 



 



Cedrela odorata #5 (Brazil and the Plurinational State of Bolivia. In addition, the following countries have listed their national populations: Colombia, Guatemala and Peru)



 



Swietenia humilis #4



 



 



Swietenia macrophylla #6 (Populations of the Neotropics)



 



 



Swietenia mahagoni #5



 



NEPENTHACEAE Pitcher-plants (Old World)



 



Nepenthes spp. #4 (Except the species included in Appendix 1)



 



Nepenthes khasiana



 



 



Nepenthes rajah



 



 



ORCHIDACEAE Orchids



 



ORCHIDACEAE spp. 7#4 (Except the species included in Appendix 1)



 



(For all of the following Appendix 1 species, seedling or tissue cultures obtained in vitro, in solid or liquid media, transported in sterile containers are not subject to the provisions of CITES only if the specimens meet the definition of ‘artificially propagated’ agreed by the Conference of the Parties)



 



 



Aerangis ellisii



 



 



Dendrobium cruentum



 



 



Laelia jongheana



 



 



Laelia lobata



 



 



Paphiopedilum spp.



 



 



Peristeria elata



 



 



Phragmipedium spp.



 



 



Renanthera imschootiana



 



 



OROBANCHACEAE Broomrape



 



Cistanche deserticola #4



 



PALMAE (Arecaceae) Palms



 



Beccariophoenix
madagascariensis #4



 



Chrysalidocarpus decipiens



 



 



 



Lemurophoenix halleuxii



 



 



 



Lodoicea maldivica #13 (Seychelles)



 



Marojejya darianii



 



 



Neodypsis decaryi #4



 



 



Ravenea louvelii



 



 



Ravenea rivularis



 



 



Satranala decussilvae



 



 



Voanioala gerardii



 



PAPAVERACEAE Poppy



 



 



Meconopsis regia #1 (Nepal)



PASSIFLORACEAE Passion-flowers



 



Adenia olaboensis



 



PINACEAE Firs and pines



Abies guatemalensis



 



 



 



 



Pinus koraiensis #5 (Russian Federation)



PODOCARPACEAE Podocarps



 



 



Podocarpus neriifolius #1 (Nepal)



Podocarpus parlatorei



 



 



PORTULACACEAE Lewisias, portulacas, purslanes



 



Anacampseros spp. #4



 



 



Avonia spp. #4



 



 



Lewisia serrata #4



 



PRIMULACEAE Cyclamens



 



Cyclamen spp. 8#4



 



RANUNCULACEAE Golden seals, yellow adonis, yellow root



 



Adonis vernalis #2



 



 



Hydrastis canadensis #8



 



ROSACEAE African cherry, stinkwood



 



Prunus africana #4



 



RUBIACEAE Ayugue



Balmea stormiae



 



 



SARRACENIACEAE Pitcher-plants (New World)



 



Sarracenia spp. #4 (Except the species included in Appendix 1)



 



Sarracenia oreophila



 



 



Sarracenia rubra
ssp. alabamensis



 



 



Sarracenia rubra ssp. jonesii



 



 



SCROPHULARIACEAE Kutki



 



Picrorhiza kurrooa #2 (Excludes Picrorhiza scrophulariiflora)



 



STANGERIACEAE Stangerias



 



Bowenia spp. #4



 



Stangeria eriopus



 



 



TAXACEAE Himalayan yew



 



Taxus chinensis and infraspecific taxa of this species #2



 



 



Taxus cuspidata and infraspecific taxa of this species 9#2



 



 



Taxus fuana and infraspecific taxa of this species #2



 



 



Taxus sumatrana and infraspecific taxa of this species #2



 



 



Taxus wallichiana #2



 



THYMELAEACEAE (Aquilariaceae) Agarwood, ramin



 



Aquilaria spp. #4



 



 



Gonystylus spp. #4



 



 



Gyrinops spp. #4



 



TROCHODENDRACEAE (Tetracentraceae) Tetracentron



 



 



Tetracentron sinense #1 (Nepal)



VALERIANACEAE Himalayan spikenard



 



Nardostachys grandiflora  #2



 



VITACEAE Grapes



 



Cyphostemma elephantopus



 



 



Cyphostemma montagnacii



 



WELWITSCHIACEAE Welwitschia



 



Welwitschia mirabilis #4



 



ZAMIACEAE Cycads



 



ZAMIACEAE spp. #4 (Except the species included in Appendix 1)



 



Ceratozamia spp.



 



 



Chigua spp.



 



 



Encephalartos spp.



 



 



Microcycas calocoma



 



 



ZINGIBERACEAE Ginger lily



 



Hedychium philippinense  #4



 



ZYGOPHYLLACEAE Lignum-vitae



 



Bulnesia sarmientoi #11



 



 



Guaiacum spp. #2



 



Footnotes



1



Population of Argentina (listed in Appendix 2):
For the exclusive purpose of allowing international trade in wool sheared from live vicuñas, in cloth, and in derived manufactured products and other handicraft artefacts. The reverse side of the cloth must bear the logotype adopted by the range States of the species, which are signatories to the Convenio para la Conservación y Manejo de la Vicuña, and the selvages the words ‘VICUÑA-ARGENTINA’. Other products must bear a label including the logotype and the designation ‘VICUÑA-ARGENTINA-ARTESANÍA’.
All other specimens shall be deemed to be specimens of species included in Appendix 1 and the trade in them shall be regulated accordingly.



2



Population of Chile (listed in Appendix 2):
For the exclusive purpose of allowing international trade in wool sheared from live vicuñas, and in cloth and items made thereof, including luxury handicrafts and knitted articles. The reverse side of the cloth must bear the logotype adopted by the range States of the species, which are signatories to the Convenio para la Conservación y Manejo de la Vicuña, and the selvages the words ‘VICUÑA-CHILE’. Other products must bear a label including the logotype and the designation ‘VICUÑA-CHILE-ARTESANÍA’.
All other specimens shall be deemed to be specimens of species included in Appendix 1 and the trade in them shall be regulated accordingly.



3



Population of Peru (listed in Appendix 2):
For the exclusive purpose of allowing international trade in wool sheared from live vicuñas and in the stock extant at the time of the ninth meeting of the Conference of the Parties (November 1994) of 3249 kg of wool, and in cloth and items made thereof, including luxury handicrafts and knitted articles. The reverse side of the cloth must bear the logotype adopted by the range States of the species, which are signatories to the Convenio para la Conservación y Manejo de la Vicuña, and the selvages the words ‘VICUÑA-PERÚ’. Other products must bear a label including the logotype and the designation ‘VICUÑA-PERÚ-ARTESANÍA’.
All other specimens shall be deemed to be specimens of species included in Appendix 1 and the trade in them shall be regulated accordingly.



4



Population of the Plurinational State of Bolivia (listed in Appendix 2):
For the exclusive purpose of allowing international trade in wool sheared from live vicuñas, and in cloth and items made thereof, including luxury handicrafts and knitted articles.
The reverse side of the cloth must bear the logotype adopted by the range States of the species, which are signatories to the Convenio para la Conservación y Manejo de la Vicuña, and the selvages the words ‘VICUÑA-BOLIVIA’. Other products must bear a label including the logotype and the designation ‘VICUÑA-BOLIVIA-ARTESANÍA’.
All other specimens shall be deemed to be specimens of species included in Appendix 1 and the trade in them shall be regulated accordingly.



5



Populations of Botswana, Namibia, South Africa and Zimbabwe (listed in Appendix 2):
For the exclusive purpose of allowing:
a)    trade in hunting trophies for non-commercial purposes;
b)trade in live animals to appropriate and acceptable destinations, as defined in Resolution Conf. 11.20, for Botswana and Zimbabwe and for in situ conservation programmes for Namibia and South Africa;
c)    trade in hides;
d)trade in hair;
e)trade in leather goods for commercial or non-commercial purposes for Botswana, Namibia and South Africa and for non-commercial purposes for Zimbabwe;
f)trade in individually marked and certified ekipas incorporated in finished jewellery for non-commercial purposes for Namibia and ivory carvings for non-commercial purposes for Zimbabwe;
g)trade in registered raw ivory (for Botswana, Namibia, South Africa and Zimbabwe, whole tusks and pieces) subject to the following:
i)only registered government-owned stocks, originating in the State (excluding seized ivory and ivory of unknown origin);
ii)only to trading partners that have been verified by the CITES Secretariat, in consultation with the Standing Committee, to have sufficient national legislation and domestic trade controls to ensure that the imported ivory will not be re-exported and will be managed in accordance with all requirements of Resolution Conf. 10.10 (Rev. CoP14) concerning domestic manufacturing and trade;
  iii)not before the Secretariat has verified the prospective importing countries and the registered government-owned stocks;
iv)raw ivory pursuant to the conditional sale of registered government-owned ivory stocks agreed at CoP12, which are 20,000 kg (Botswana), 10,000 kg (Namibia) and 30,000 kg (South Africa);
  v)in addition to the quantities agreed at CoP12, government-owned ivory from Botswana, Namibia, South Africa and Zimbabwe registered by 31 January 2007 and verified by the CITES Secretariat may be traded and despatched, with the ivory in paragraph g) iv) above, in a single sale per destination under strict supervision of the CITES Secretariat;
      vi)the proceeds of the trade are used exclusively for elephant conservation and community conservation and development programmes within or adjacent to the elephant range; and
vii)the additional quantities specified in paragraph g) v) above shall be traded only after the Standing Committee has agreed that the above conditions have been met; and
h)no further proposals to allow trade in elephant ivory from populations already in Appendix 2 shall be submitted to the Conference of the Parties for the period from CoP14 and ending nine years from the date of the single sale of ivory that is to take place in accordance with provisions in paragraphs g) i), g) ii), g) iii), g) vi) and g) vii). In addition such further proposals shall be dealt with in accordance with Decisions 14.77 and 14.78 (Rev. CoP15).
On a proposal from the CITES Secretariat, the Standing Committee can decide to cause this trade to cease partially or completely in the event of non-compliance by exporting or importing countries, or in the case of proven detrimental impacts of the trade on other elephant populations.
All other specimens shall be deemed to be specimens of species included in Appendix 1 and the trade in them shall be regulated accordingly.



6



Artificially propagated specimens of the following hybrids and/or cultivars are not subject to the provisions of CITES:
– 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, grafted on the following grafting stocks: Harrisia ‘Jusbertii’, Hylocereus trigonus or Hylocereus undatus
– Opuntia microdasys (cultivars).



7



Artificially propagated hybrids of the following genera are not subject to the provisions of CITES, if conditions, as indicated under a) and b), 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.



8



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



9



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 CITES.



1#



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#



All parts and derivatives except:
a)      seeds and pollen; and
b)finished products packaged and ready for retail trade.



3#



Whole and sliced roots and parts of roots.



4#



All parts and derivatives, except:
a)      seeds (including seedpods of Orchidaceae), spores and pollen (including pollinia). The exemption does not apply to seeds from Cactaceae spp. exported from Mexico, and to seeds from Beccariophoenix madagascariensis and Neodypsis decaryi exported from Madagascar;
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 naturalized or artificially propagated plants of the genus Vanilla (Orchidaceae) and of the family Cactaceae;
e)stems, flowers, and parts and derivatives thereof, of naturalized or artificially propagated plants of the genera Opuntia subgenus Opuntia and Selenicereus (Cactaceae); and
f)finished products of Euphorbia antisyphilitica packaged and ready for retail trade.



5#



Logs, sawn wood and veneer sheets.



6#



Logs, sawn wood, veneer sheets and plywood.



7#



Logs, wood-chips, powder and extracts.



8#



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



9#



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#



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



11#



Logs, sawn wood, veneer sheets, plywood, powder and extracts.



12#



Logs, sawn wood, veneer sheets, plywood and essential oil (excluding finished products packaged and ready for retail trade).



13#



The kernel (also known as ‘endosperm’, ‘pulp’ or ‘copra’) and any derivative thereof.



Endnotes

Table of Legislation History



Legislation



Year and No



Commencement



Endangered Species (CITES) (Jersey) Law 2012



L.20/2012



3 August 2012



Table of Renumbered Provisions



Original



Current



50(1)



50



50(2)



Spent, omitted



Table of Endnote References



[1]



chapter 24.660



[2]



chapter 24.660



[3]



chapter 21.700



[4]



chapter 22.450



[5]



chapter 22.450