Regulation On The Protection Of Wild Flora And Fauna

Original Language Title: Verordnung zum Schutz wild lebender Tier- und Pflanzenarten

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Regulation on the protection of wild fauna and flora (Bundesartenschutzverordnung-Bundesartenschutzverordnung-BArtSchV)

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BArtSchV

Date of issue: 16.02.2005

Full quote:

" Bundesartenschutzverordnung vom 16. February 2005 (BGBl. 258, 896), most recently by Article 10 of the Law of 21. January 2013 (BGBl. I p. 95) "

:Last modified by Art. 10 G v. 21.1.2013 I 95

For details, see the Notes

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has been referred to as Article 1 of the V v. 16.2.2005 I 258 from the Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety and the Federal Ministry of Consumer Protection, Food and Agriculture in agreement with the Federal Ministries of Consumer Protection, Food and Agriculture Agriculture, for the economy and work, for environment, nature conservation and reactor safety with the approval of the Bundesrat. She's gem. Art. 4 sentence 1 of this V entered into force on 25.2.2005.

Section 1
Protection, Exceptions and Prohibitions

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§ 1 Particularly protected and strictly protected animal and plant species

The animal and plant species listed in Appendix 1, column 2, with a cross (+), will be under special protection. The animal and plant species referred to in Appendix 1, column 3 with a cross (+), shall be placed under strict protection. Non-official table of contents

§ 2 Exceptions

(1) The prohibitions of § 44 (1) (4) and (2) sentence 1 (1) of the Federal Nature Protection Act (Bundesnaturschutzgesetz) apply. not for mushrooms of the species listed below, as far as they are taken in small quantities for their own needs:
Boletus edulis Steinpilz
Cantharellus spp. Pfifferling-all native species
Gomphus clavatus Schweinsohr
Lactarius volemus Brätling
Leccinum spp. Birch mushroom and red cap-all native species
Morchella spp. Morchel-all native species
The competent authority of the country may, on a case-by-case basis, authorise derogations from the prohibitions referred to in the first sentence of the first sentence, provided that the conservation of the species in question is maintained is not at risk in the country or in certain parts of the country.(2) The competent authority under national law may grant exemptions from § 44 (1) (1) and (3) and (2) of the Federal Nature Protection Act (Helix pomatia) with a housing diameter of at least 30 millimetres, to the extent that the Provisions of Articles 14 and 16 (1) of Council Directive 92 /43/EEC of 21 May 1992. Conservation of natural habitats and of wild fauna and flora (Habitats Directive) (OJ L 327, 22.4.1992, p. 7), as last amended by Directive 2006 /105/EC (OJ L 206, 22.7.2006, p. OJ L 363, 20.12.2006, p. 368).(3) The possession and marketing prohibitions of § 44 (2) sentence 1 of the Federal Nature Protection Act as well as the provisions of § § 6, 7 and 12 shall not apply to
1.
domesticated forms of species within the meaning of § 7, paragraph 2, point 13 (b) of the Federal Nature Conservation Act,
2.
Cultivated or artificially propagated copies of the types listed in Appendix 2, and
3.
Stainless crab (Astacus astacus), which are rightfully and for the purpose of lifting the waters.

The forms mentioned in sentence 1 are also from the prohibitions of § 44 paragraph 1 (1) and (3) of the Federal Nature Protection Act. unofficial table of contents

§ 3 prohibitions on non-protected animal species

(1) The possession and marketing bans of § 44 (2) sentence 1 of the The Federal Nature Protection Act applies to live animals of the following species in accordance with Section 44 (3) (2) of the Federal Nature Protection Act:

Castor canadensis American Biber
Chelydra serpentinaSnap tortoise
Macroclemys temminckiiGeierschildkröte
Sciurus carolinensis Grauhörnchen.

The regulation of § 45 paragraph 1 sentence 1, point 2 of the Federal Nature Protection Act remains unaffected.(2) It is prohibited to offer
1.
live animals of the species referred to in the first sentence of paragraph 1, for delivery in stock, to maintain or to deliver to others,
2.
breed animals of the species referred to in the first sentence of paragraph 1.
(3) Paragraph 2, point 2 shall not apply to: Livestock farming under the zoological expert guidance, which belong to all or mainly legal persons under public law. Unofficial Table Of Contents

§ 4 Prohibited Acts, Procedures and Devices

(1) It is forbidden to use wild animals in the following manner. protected species and non-protected vertebrate species, which are not subject to hunting or fishing rights, to attract, capture or kill them:
1.
with loops, nets, traps, hooks, glue, and other adhesives,
2.
using live animals as a loosening,
3.
with bracelets,
4.
with artificial light sources, mirrors, or other illuminating or dazzling devices,
5.
acoustic, electrical or electronic devices,
6.
by gassing or smoking or by using toxins, poisoned or stunning bait; or other anesthetic agents,
7.
with semi-automatic or automatic weapons, the magazine of which may contain more than two cartridges, or by using Sighting devices for shooting at night with electronic image intensities or image converters,
8.
using explosives,
9.
from motor vehicles or aircraft, or
10.
from booting with a drive speed of more as a five kilometre/hour.
Sentence 1 (1) (1) shall apply, except in the case of bird trapping, nets and traps, only if animals can be caught or killed in large quantities or indiscriminately. Sentence 1 (6) shall apply only to animals of the most protected species.(2) By way of derogation from the first sentence of paragraph 1, it is permitted to combat Bisams (Ondatra zibethicus) with traps, excluding cage traps with valve locks (Reus traps), to the extent that this is used to protect objects at risk, in particular for the discharge of floods or for protection against flooding or for the defence of land or fishing or other significant public service damage. The traps must be of such a nature and must be used only in such a way that the unintended capture of other wild animals is largely excluded.(3) In individual cases, the authority competent under national law may grant further exemptions from the prohibitions provided for in paragraph 1, insofar as this is
1.
to avert significant land, forestry, fishing, water or other public service damage,
2.
to protect native animal and plant life or
3.
for research, teaching or resettlement or rearing for one of these purposes
is required, the stock and the spread of the population or species concerned is not adversely affected by this and other concerns of species protection, in particular: Article 9 (1) of Directive 2009 /147/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 30 June 2009. on the conservation of wild birds (OJ L 327, 22.12.2009, p. 7) and Article 16 (1) of Council Directive 92/43/EEC do not preclude the application of the Directive.(4) Article 2 of Council Regulation (EEC) No 3254/91 of 4 June 1991. The Council adopted a resolution on the prohibition of leghold traps in the Community and imports of fur and goods from certain wild animal species from countries which do not use fishing methods for leghold traps or international humane trapping standards (OJ L 327, 22.12.1991, p. EC No L 308 p. 1), remains unaffected.

Section 2
Parts and products, recording obligations

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§ 5 parts and products

Without further recognizable parts of animals and plants, as well as readily recognizable products within the meaning of § 7 Paragraph 2 (1) (c) and (d) or (2) (c) and (d) of the Federal Nature Protection Act (Bundesnaturschutzgesetz) are
1.
all parts and products of species within the meaning of § 7, paragraph 2, point 13, point (b), double letter aa of the Federal Nature Conservation Act,
2.
the parts and products of animals and plants of the species referred to in Appendix 3,
3.
other objects in which a document, packaging, brand, inscription or other circumstances indicate that they are parts of animals, and Plants of the specially protected species or products obtained from them.
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§ 6 Reception and Extradition Book

(1) Anyone who acquires, processes or places on the market animals or plants of the specially protected species has a record of admission and extradition with daily registration; all entries in the the book is to be carried out in permanent form. The recording and extradition book shall be published in accordance with the model in Appendix 4; § § 239 and 261 of the Commercial Code shall apply mutationally. In the case of the distribution of parts or products in the retail trade, the name and address of the consignee shall be indicated only if the selling price of the parts or products is more than EUR 250; the parts or products shall be with other materials. , the share of the sales value of the parts and products shall be decisive. The competent authority in accordance with the law of the country may, where the protection of species is concerned, do not preclude derogations from the provisions of sentences 1 to 3, provided that adequate monitoring is ensured by equivalent arrangements.(2) Paragraph 1, sentences 1 to 3, does not apply to
1.
for mushrooms of the animals listed in § 2 (1) sentence 1 and for animals of the the following species, to the extent that a copy on a document or on the packaging indicates compliance with species protection legislation:
Acipenseriformes spp.Noise-except dead copies, parts and products
Austropotamobius torrentium Stone Cancer
Helix aspersaFlecked Winegrowers
Helix pomatia Ordinary Weinberg Snail
Homarus gammarusHummer,

2.
for plant species derived from artificial propagation,
3.
to the extent that equivalent accounting is performed on the basis of other regulations,
4.
for animals and Plants in which, on the basis of a method recognised by the competent authority under national law, do not preclude the protection of species, ensure adequate monitoring by means of equivalent arrangements
5.
parts and products of animals and plants processed into objects which were acquired more than 50 years ago, within the meaning of Article 2 (w) of the Council Regulation (EC) No 338/97 of 9 June 1997. 1 December 1996 on the protection of species of wild fauna and flora by monitoring trade (OJ L 327, 28.12.1996, p. OJ L 61, 3.3.1997, p. 1, L 100, 17.4.1997, p. 72, L 298, 1.11.1997, p. 70, L 113, 27.4.2006, p. 26), as last amended by Regulation (EC) No 318/2008 (OJ L 378, 27.12.2008, p. 3).
(3) The books containing the documents are to be handed over to the authorities designated in § 48 of the Federal Nature Protection Act and to other authorities competent in accordance with the law of the country on request for examination.(4) The books containing the documents shall be kept for a period of five years in accordance with the rate of the sentence. The retention period shall begin with the end of the calendar year in which the last registration for a completed financial year has been made. Other statutory provisions that provide for a longer retention obligation remain unaffected.

Section 3
Attitude and breeding, display obligations

Subsection 1
Position and Display Obligations

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§ 7 Position of Vertebrate animals

(1) vertebrate animals of the particularly protected species and the species referred to in § 3 (1) sentence 1 may only be kept if they are not subject to an ownership ban and the holder
1.
has the required reliability and knowledge of keeping and caring for the animals and
2.
has the necessary facilities to ensure that the animals cannot escape and that the animal welfare legislation is not the same as the animal welfare legislation. Regulations.
Sentence 1 does not apply to birds of prey in Appendix 4 of the German Federal Wildlife Protection Ordinance of 25. October 1985 (BGBl. 2040), as defined by Article 3 of the Regulation of 14 June 2008. October 1999 (BGBl. 1955), the species listed above have been amended. The existence of the requirements set out in the first sentence shall be determined on request by the competent authority of the country.In the case of animals falling within the species referred to in paragraph 1, excluding animals of the species listed in Appendix 5, the competent authority under national law shall, immediately after the start of the posture, have the stock of the animals and, on the basis of the stock indication, the supply of animals and animals. The indication must include information on the number, type, age, sex, origin, whereabout, location, use and identification of the animals. The installation of the regular location of the animals shall be notified without delay.(3) Paragraph 2 shall apply in accordance with Section 3 (3). The competent authority in accordance with the law of the country may grant exemptions from paragraph 2 for other livestock farming under zoological expert guidance, provided that the interests of species protection do not conflict.

Subsection 2
breeding and posture of predatory hybrids

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§ 8 definitions

gripping bird hybrids in the sense of this Regulation are birds of prey, which contain genetic proportions of at least one domestic and one other species of prey. Non-official table of contents

§ 9 Breeding ban

(1) It is forbidden to breed birds of prey hybrids.(2) Up to 31 December 2014 shall be excluded from the prohibition of paragraph 1 of the breeder, which shall be before the 25. February 2005 with the breeding of birds of prey hybrids. Non-official table of contents

§ 10 Keeping Ban

It is prohibited to hold birds of prey hybrids. Excluded from the ban are animals that are before the 25. The Court of Justice of the European Union shall, in accordance with the provisions of its protection, be held in February 2005 in accordance with the rules applicable to its protection, as well as, in the case of breeding, juvenile birds, to third parties residing or having their registered office abroad Unofficial table of contents

§ 11 Flight prohibition, escape

(1) It is forbidden to release birds of prey hybrids into the flight.(2) In the absence of the prohibition in paragraph 1, a flight monitored by telemetric equipment shall be outside the period from the start of the begging flight period until the self-employment of the bird is reached. The telemetric equipment must be designed in such a way that the identification and location of the birds of prey hybrids made in the open-air flight is possible at any time in the short term. After the flight has been completed, the holder must immediately return the hybrid of the hybrid birds to an enclosure.(3) As soon as the identification and location referred to in the second sentence of paragraph 2 is no longer possible, the holder shall immediately take all reasonable measures for the return of the birds of prey hybrids placed in the free flight into an enclosure and the following measures shall be taken by the holder. National law responsible for the protection of nature.(4) Paragraph 3 applies to holders of a bird of prey hybrid that has escaped from an enclosure.

Section 4
Labeling

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§ 12 labelling obligation

Anyone who holds live mammals, birds and reptiles of the species listed in column 1 of Appendix 6 has to label them immediately. The marking shall be determined in accordance with
1.
of § 13 (1) sentence 1 and 2, para. 2 and 3, section 15 (1) to (3), 5 and 7,
2.
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§ 13 Labelling methods

(1) The labelling methods used in Appendix 6 are to be used for labelling. 2 to 6 with a cross (+) in the respective animal species, as well as for bird species the open ring according to sentence 2. Where a number of labelling methods are provided for in the first sentence, the animals shall be marked with an identifier in the following order of precedence:
1.
Bred birds primarily with the closed ring;
2.
birds that do not fall under number 1, primarily after the holder has chosen the holder with the open ring or the transponder, otherwise with the documentation;
3.
mammals primarily with the transponder, otherwise with the transponder Documentation or other identifiers;
4.
Reptiles primarily after the holder has been selected with the transponder or the documentation.
The marking with a Transponders are not allowed to weigh, to the extent that the animals weigh less than 200 grams, in the case of turtles, less than 500 grams, weigh or cannot reach such weight. The approval of the authority responsible under national law shall be subject to the approval of the labelling method referred to as a priority. This may allow the labelling method to be considered as a priority if it does not, because of the physical or behaviorally related characteristics of the animals, including the reduction of the weight limits referred to in sentence 3. can be applied. In this case, the conditions set out in the first sentence shall be subject to other marking methods designated by a cross (+) for the species concerned. To the extent that this is not possible, further appropriate labelling methods, in particular molecular genetic methods, may be authorised. The decision referred to in the fifth sentence shall be linked to the obligation to obtain the marking as soon as the obstacles referred to in the first sentence can be expected to be continued. For animals of the species listed in column 1 of Appendix 6 not marked with a cross (+) in columns 2 to 6, and for hybrids of bird species listed in Annex 6, column 1, with other species listed there or other species, the species listed in column 1 shall be: To apply for the establishment of the mandatory labelling method at the latest with the entry of the labelling requirement to the authority responsible under national law. Sentence 7 shall apply accordingly.(2) Rings must be of a size that they can only be removed after complete expansion of the leg by destruction of the ring or injury of the bird. For this purpose, rings of the size specified in column 3 of Appendix 6 are to be used in principle. In the case of birds of certain breeds or populations, the use of rings of the size referred to in the first sentence of the second sentence of the second sentence may be used for birds of certain breeds or populations, either causing injury to the bird or, by way of derogation from the first sentence, the removal of the ring is possible.(3) A documentation must contain a graphic or photographic representation of individual body characteristics which make it possible to identify them. This presentation shall be supplemented by a description of the animal, which shall include at least information on size and length, weight, gender and age, as well as a description of existing particularities. The documentation should be repeated at such time intervals that possible changes in the body's characteristics can be understood. The holder of the advertisement shall be accompanied by a copy of the first documentation in accordance with Section 7 (2), and further documentation shall be submitted to the authorities responsible under national law upon request. Non-official table of contents

§ 14 Exceptions to the labelling obligation

(1) The mandatory labelling requirement in accordance with § 12 is no longer applicable if an infringed, helpless or diseased vertebrate is taken to care for it healthy and to release it back into freedom. In individual cases, the competent authority in accordance with national law may grant exemptions from the labelling requirement laid down in § 12 for vertebrate animals which are held or handed over in the framework of protective measures or re-establishment measures.(2) The mandatory labelling requirement in accordance with § 12 shall also be deleted if a vertebrate animal already has a mark on the enforcement of species protection legislation of the European Communities or on the basis of legislation of other Member States. is. Marks affixed before the entry into force of the labelling requirement, which do not fall within the scope of the first sentence, may be recognised by the competent authority of the country as a marking within the meaning of § 12, in so far as an equivalent individualisation is ensured. Non-official table of contents

§ 15 Output of license plates

(1) Only rings and transponders are to be used for the identification according to this Regulation, which are issued by the following clubs:
1.
Bundesverband für fachequitable Natur-und Species protection e. V.,
2.
Zentralverband Zoologischer Fachbetriebe Deutschlands e. V..
You do not allow members of the association to refer to the same conditions as members of the association.(2) Rings issued in accordance with paragraph 1 shall be such that they cannot be destroyed by the animal, that their legibility is permanently guaranteed, they cannot be significantly deformed or expanded, and a distance only by destruction of the ring or injury to the animal is possible. Closed rings must be seamless, open rings must also be so designed that they can only be used once. Rings must be animal-friendly. Rings for birds of prey hybrids are blue to color.(3) Rings issued in accordance with paragraph 1 shall have an inscription in accordance with Appendix 7. The labelling referred to in the first sentence must clearly highlight the additional information which may be provided on the ring.(4) (omitted) (5) Transponders issued in accordance with paragraph 1 shall comply with ISO 11784: 1996 (e) "Radio-Frequency Identification of Animals-Code Structure" *) in the code structure and the information content. The information specified in the transponder must be unique and must not be altered after manufacture. The transponders must also comply with the technical requirements set out in ISO 11785: 1996 (E) "Radio-Frequency Identification of Animals-Technical Concept" *).(6) The associations referred to in paragraph 1 shall have, on a quarterly basis, the identification of the marks issued in their area of responsibility in the current year, as well as the name and address of the consignee in the case of the competent authorities of the Member States. to provide electronic data processing in a suitable form, and to provide the Federal Agency for Nature Conservation and the Federal Agency for Nature Conservation with immediate information on request.(7) In the case of preparation, the ring remains on the bird.
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Section 5
Administrative Offences

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§ 16 Administrative Offences

(1) Administrative offences within the meaning of Section 69 (3) (27) (b) of the Federal Nature Protection Act, who intentionally or negligently offer an animal in violation of § 3 para. 2, for the purpose of delivery in stock, haggles, delivers or bans on others.(2) In the sense of Section 69 (3) (27) (c) of the Federal Nature Protection Act (Bundesnaturschutzgesetz), who intentionally or negligently acts as
1.
contrary to § 4 para. 1 in the manner referred to there, it reproduces an animal, lures it, catches or kills,
2.
contrary to § 6, para. 1, sentence 1, a book not, not correct, not complete or not in the prescribed manner,
3.
contrary to § 6 para. 3, a book not or not provided in due time,
4.
contrary to § 6 para. 4 sentence 1 Book not or not kept for at least five years,
5.
contrary to § 7 para. 2, an advertisement not, not correct, not complete, not in the prescribed manner or not reimbursed in time,
6.
breeds against § 9 birds of prey hybrid,
7.
§ 10 Gripping Bird Hybrids,
8.
unlevied against § 11 Voyage hybrid in the flight,
9.
contrary to § 11 paragraph 3, even in conjunction with paragraph 4, a measure is not taken or is not taken in due time, or a bird of prey hybrid does not return in time,
10.
contrary to § 12 sentence 1 and 2 no. 1 an animal not, not correct, not marked in the prescribed manner or not in time, or registration number without consent of the National competent authority modifies or removes competent authority
11.
contrary to § 13 (1) sentence 9, the establishment of a mandatory labelling method is not or not requested in due time,
12.
contrary to § 13 para. 3 sentence 4, a document mentioned there is not included or not submitted in time.

Section 6
Country Reservation

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§ 17 Country reservation

The Pursuant to Section 2 (1) sentence 2 and (2), Section 4 (3), Section 6 (1) sentence 4, Section 7 (3) sentence 2 and § 14 (1) sentence 2 under the respective conditions mentioned above, the competent authorities may also allow exceptions in general terms. unofficial table of contents

Appendix 1 (to § 1)
Protection status of wild animal and plant species *)
Explanatory Notes to Appendix 1

(Fundstelle of the original text: BGBl. I 2005, 264-285;
of the individual amendments, cf. Footnote)

1.
The types listed in Appendix 1 will be identifies
a)
with the name of the type or
b)
as a whole of the higher taxon (classification level of the animal or animal). plant kingdom) or a particular part of the same species.
2.
The abbreviation "spp." is used to describe all types of a higher taxon.
3.
Other references to higher taxa as species are used only for information or Classification.
4.
By recording a type in Appendix 1, bastards of this type are also captured with other species. If both of the basic species involved in the bastardation are protected, the protection shall be based on the rules applicable to the most stringent protected species.
5.
Domesticated forms are not captured by the inclusion of a type in Appendix 1. The domesticated form is especially apis mellifera-honeybee.
6.
"European" is a wild animal or plant species, which is its distribution area or regular hiking area in whole or in part
a)
in Europe or had a history of history or
b)
expands in a natural way to Europe.
In the east and south-east, Europe includes the part of Eurasia, the region of the Urals and the Caspian, the Caucasus, the Black Sea, the Bosphorus, the Sea of Marmara and the Dardanelles, all the Aegean Islands and Crete; in the south and south-west of Malta, Sicily, the Balearic Islands and the Iberian Peninsula; in the west the British Isles and in the north Scandinavia with Iceland, as well as Spitsbergen, Franz-Joseph-Land and Nowaja Semlja.
7.
The taxonomy of the animal and plant species listed in the plants is governed by The following works, as far as the species are listed, are:
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Scientific labelling German NameParticularly protected species for § 1 sentence 1Streng protected species to § 1 1 sentence 2123
Fauna
Mammalia mammals
Crocidura suaveolens ariadne Kretische Gartenspitzmaus + 
Crocidura suaveolens cypria Zypriotic garden sharpener +
Desmana moschata Russian Desman + 
Gazella subgutturosa Kropfgazelle + 
Gulo gulo 1) Vielfraß +
Mesocricetus newtoni Romanian hamster +
Microtus bavaricus Bayerische Kleinwühlmaus + +
Ovibos moschatus MoschusoAxis + 
Phoca hispida ladogensis Ringelrobbe + 
- only subspecies ladogensis
Spalax graecus Bukowinische Blindmaus + 
Vormela peregusna Tigeriltis +
Mammalia spp. 2) 3) 4) mammals +
excl.- all native species, unless listed in detail, except for
Arvicola terrestris Schermaus
Clethrionomys glareolus Rötelmaus
Microtus agrestis Erdmaus
Microtus arvalis Feldmaus
Mus musculus Hausmaus
Mustela vison american Nerz
Myocastor coypus Nutria
Nyctereutes procyonoides Marderhund
Ondatra zibethicus Bisam
Procyon lotor raccoon
Rattus norvegicus Wanderratte
Rattus rattus Hausratte
Aves Birds
Acrocephalus arundinaceus 5) throttling tube singer +
Acrocephalus paludicola 5) Seggenrohrsänger +
Acrocephalus schoenobaenus 5) Schilfrohrsänger +
Actitis hypoleucos 5) Flussuferrunner +
Alcedo atthis 5) Eisvogel +
Alectoris gaeca 5) Steinhuhn +
Alectoris rufa 5) Rothuhn +
Anthus campestris 5) Brachpieper +
Ardea purpurea 5) Purpurreiher +
Arenaria interpres 5) Steinwälzer +
Aythya nyroca Moorente +
Botaurus stellaris 5) Rohrdommel +
Burhinus oedicnemus 5) Triel +
Calidris alpina 5) Alpenstrandrunner +
Caprimulgus europaeus 5) Ziegenmelker +
Carpodacus erythrinus 5) Karmingimpel +
Cathartes aura Truthahngeier + 
Cathartes burrovianus Kleiner Gelbkopfgeier + 
Cathartes melambrotus Big yellow head vulger + 
Charadrius alexandrinus 5) Seeregenpfeifer +
Charadrius dubius 5) River-whistle +
Charadrius hiaticula 5) Sandregenpfeifer +
Chlidonias leucopterus 5) White Wash Walbe +
Chlidonias niger 5) Trauerseeschwalbe +
Ciconia ciconia 5) White Stork +
Coracias garrulus 5) Blauracke +
Coragyps atratus Rabengeier + 
Crex crex 5) Wachtelkönig +
Cygnus cygnus 5) Singsschwan +
Dendrocopos leucotos 5) White-back spear +
Dendrocopos medius 5) Mittelspecht +
Dryocopus martius 5) Schwarzspecht +
Emberiza calandra 5) Grauammer +
Emberiza cia 5) Zippammer +
Emberiza cirlus 5) Zaunammer +
Emberiza hortulana 5) Ortolan +
Eudromias morinellus 5) Mornellregenpfeifer +
Ficedula albicollis 5) Neckling Bupper +
Ficedula parva 5) Zwergschnäpper +
Fratercula arctica 5) Papageitaucher +
Fulmarus glacialis 5) Eissturmvogel +
Galerida cristata 5) Haubenlerche +
Gallinago gallinago 5) Bekassine +
Gallinago media 5) Double snap buttons +
Gallinula chloropus 5) Teichhuhn +
Gavia always 5) Eistaucher +
Gelochelidon nilotica 5) Lachseeschwalbe +
Himantopus himantopus 5) Stellet runners +
Hydrobates pelagicus 5) Sturmschwalbe +
Ixobrychus minutus 5) Zwergdommel +
Jynx torquilla 5) Wendehals +
Lanius excubitor 5) Raubwürger +
Lanius minor 5) Schwarzfrontal worms +
Lanius senator 5) Rotkopfwürger +
Limosa limosa 5) Uferschnepots +
Locustella luscinioides 5) Rohrschwirl +
Lullula arborea 5) Heidelerche +
Luscinia svecica 5) Blaukehlchen +
Lymnocryptes minimus 5) Zwergschnepots +
Merops apiaster 5) Bienenfresser +
Monticola saxatilis 5) Steinrötel +
Numenius arquata 5) Big Brachvogel +
Nycticorax nycticorax 5) Nightreign +
Oceanodroma leucorhoa 5) Shaft runners +
Petronia petronia 5) Steinsperling +
Phalaropus lobatus 5) Odinshühnchen +
Philomachus pugnax 5) KampFlemufer +
Phylloscopus bonelli 5) Berglaubsänger +
Picoides tridactylus 5) Thirteen specht +
Picus canus 5) Grauspecht +
Picus viridis 5) Grünspecht +
Plegadis falcinellus 5) Braunsichler +
Pluvialis apricaria 5) Goldregenpfeifer +
Podiceps auritus 5) ear tags +
Podiceps grisegena 5) Rothalstaucher +
Podiceps nigricollis 5) Schwarzhalstaucher +
Porzana parva 5) Kleines Sumpfhuhn +
Porzana porzana 5) Tüpfelsumpfhuhn +
Porzana pusilla 5) Zwergsumpfhuhn +
Ptyonoprogne rupestris 5) Felsenschwalbe +
Recurvirostra avosetta 5) Säbelschnäbler +
Riparia riparia 5) Uferschwalbe +
Serinus citrinella 5) Zitronengirlitz +
Sterna albifrons 5) Zwergseeschwalbe +
Sterna caspia 5) Raubseeschwalbe +
Sterna dougallii 5) Rosenseeschwalbe +
Sterna hirundo 5) Flow Seeschwalbe +
Sterna paradisaea 5) Coastseeschwalbe +
Sterna sandvicensis 5) Brandseeschwalbe +
Sylvia nisoria 5) Sperber Grass Mosquito +
Tetrao tetrix Birkhuhn +
Tetrao urogallus Auerhuhn +
Tringa glareola 5) Fracture Water Runner +
Tringa ochropus 5) Waldwasserrunner +
Tringa stagnatilis 5) Teichwasserrunner +
Tringa totanus 5) Rochenkel +
Upupa epops 5) Wiedehopf  +
Vanellus vanellus 5) Kiebitz +
Reptilia Kriechtiere
Lacerta bilineata Westliche Smaragdeidechse + +
Lacerta clarkorum Clarks Felseneidechse +
Lacerta parva Zwergeidechse + 
Lacerta princeps Zagros-Eidechse +
Natrix megalocephala Großkopf-Ringelnatter + 
Natrix natrix 3) Ringelnatter +
Rafetus euphraticus Euphrates soft tortoise + 
Vipera albizona +
Vipera aspis Aspisviper + +
Vipera barani Barans Viper +
Vipera lebetina Levanteotter +
Vipera pontica Pontic Viper +
Reptilia spp. 3) 4) Kriechtiere +
- all European species, if not listed in detail
Amphibia Lurche
Bombina orientalis Chinesian Rotbauchunke +
Hyla savignyi Kleinasiatischer Laubfrosch +
Neurergus crocatus Urmia-Molch +
Neurergus strauchi Türkischer Bergbachmolch +
Pelodytes caucasicus Caucasian mug diver +
Rana holtzi +
Amphibia spp. 3) 4) Lurche +
- All European Species
Pisces et Cyclostomata Fishes and Rundmäuler
Aphanius fasciatus 6) Zebrakärpfling +
Aphanius iberus 6) Spanienkärpfling +
Carcharodon charcharias 6) Weißer Hai +
Lethenteron zanandrai 6) +
Mobula mobular 6) Teufelsrochen + 
Petromyzonidae spp. Rundmäuler + 
- all native species
Pomatoschistus canestrinii 6) +
Pomatoschistus tortonesei 6) +
Umbra krameri Hundsfish +
Valencia letourneuxi  +
Lepidoptera Schmetterlinge
Acontia lucida Malveneule + +
Acosmetia caliginosa Färberscharteneule + +
Actinotia radiosa drying-Johanniskrauteule + +
Adscita spp. Grünwidderchen +
- all native species
Alcis jubata Bartflechten-Baumspanner + +
Amata phegea Weissfleck Widderchen +
Amphipyra livida Deep Black Glossy + +
Anarta cordigera Moorbunteule + +
Apatura ilia Kleiner Schillerfalter +
Apatura iris Big Schillerfalter +
Aporophyla lueneburgensis Heidekraut-Glattrückeneule + +
Aporophyla nigra Black Glattrückeneule +
Arctia spp. Bärenspinner +
- All native species, unless listed in detail
Arctia villica Schwarzer Bär + +
Arethusana arethusa Rotbindiger Samtfalter + +
Argynnis laodice Östlicher Perlmuttfalter + +
Argynnis spp. Perlmuttfalter +
- all domestic Types, if not listed in detail
Arichanna melanaria Gefleckter Rauschbeerenspanner +
Artiora evonymaria Pfaffenhütchen-Wellrandspanner + +
Boloria spp. Perlmuttfalter +
- all domestic Types
Brenthis daphne Brombeer-Perlmuttfalter + +
Brintesia circe White forest porter + 
Calliteara abietis Fichten-brush spinner + 
Calyptra thalictri Wiesenrauten-Kapuzeneule + +
Carcharodus floccifera Heilziest-Dickkopffalter + +
Carcharodus lavatherae Loreley-Dickkopffalter + +
Carcharodus spp. Dickkopffalter + 
- all native species, if not in the Single listed
Carsia sororiata Moosbeeren-Grauspanner + +
Catocala pacta Breeweidenkarmin + +
Catocala spp. Ordenstapes + 
- all native species, if not in the Single listed
Chariaspilates formosaria Moorwiesen-Striemenspanner + +
Chazara briseis Berghexe + 
Chelis maculosa Fleckenbär + +
Cleoceris scoriacea Gebchanged Graslilieneule + +
Cleorodes lichenariaGreen Rindenflechten-Spanner + +
Coenonympha spp. 3) Wiesenvögelchen +
- all native species
Colias spp. 3) Gelblinge +
- all native species
Conistra veronicae Eintönige Wintereule + +
Cucullia gnaphalii Goldruten-Mönch + +
Cucullia spp. Mönchseulen +
- all domestic species, if not listed in detail
Cupido osirisKleiner Alpen-Bläuling + +
Cycnia sordida Alpen-Fleckleibbär + +
Dyscia fagaria Heidekraut-Fleckenspanner + +
Epirranthis diversataBunter Espen-Frühlingsspanner + +
Erebia epiphron epiphron Brocken-Mohrenfalter + +
Erebia spp. 3) Mohrenfalter +
- all native species, if not listed in detail
Eremobina pabulatriculaHelle Pfeifengras_-Büscheleule + +
Eriogaster rimicola Eichen-Wollafter + +
Eriogaster spp. 3) excl.Eriogaster lanestris Wollafter +
- all native species, unless listed in detail and
except for spring Wollafter
Eucarta amethystina Amethysteule + +
Euchalcia consona Mönchskraut-Metalleule + +
Euphydryas spp. 3) Scheckenfalter +
- all native species
Euxoa lidia Schwärzliche Erdeule + +
Euxoa vitta Steppenrasen-Erdeule + +
Fagivorina arenaria Rotbook-Flechten-Baumspanner + +
Gastropacha populifolia Pappelglucke + +
Gastropacha spp. Glucken +
- all native species, if not listed in detail
Glaucopsyche alexis Großpunkt-Bläuling +
Gortyna borelii 3) Haarstrangwurzeleule + +
Hadena irregularis Gipskraut-capsule-eule + +
Hadena magnolii Nelken-capsueule + +
Heliothis maritima warneckeiWarneckes Heidemoor-Sonneneule + +
Hemaris fuciformis Hummelschwärmer +
Hemaris tityus Skabiosenschwärmer + 
Heterogynis penella Kleiner Mottenspinner + +
Hipparchia alcyone Kleiner Waldportier + +
Hipparchia fagi Großer Waldportier + +
Hipparchia statilinus Eisencolorful Samtfalter + +
Hyles spp. 3) Schwärmer +
- all native species, if not listed in detail
Hyles vespertilio Fledermauswärmer + +
Hyphoraia aulica Hofdame + +
Hypoxystis pluviaria Blassgelber Besenginsterspanner + +
Idaea contiguaria Fetthennen-Felsflur-Kleinspanner + +
Iphiclides podalirius Segelfalter +
Jordanita chloros Kupferglanz-Grünwidderchen +
Jordanita spp. Grünwidderchen +
- all native species, if not listed in detail
Lamellocossus terebra Zitterpappel-Holzbohrer + +
Lamprosticta culta Obsthaineule + +
Lasiommata petropolitana Kleines Braunauge +
Lemonia spp. Habichtskraut-und Löwentoothspinner +
- all native species, if not listed in detail
Lemonia taraxaci Dandelion spinner + +
Limenitis camilla Kleiner Eisvogel +
Limenitis populi Big Eisvogel +
Limenitis reducta Blauschwarzer Eisvogel +
Lithophane lamda Gagelstrauch-Moor-Holzeule + +
Luperina dumerilii Dumerils Graswurzeleule + +
Lycaena bright Blauschillernder Feuerfalter + +
Lycaena spp. 3) Feuerfalter +
- all native species, if not listed in detail
Maculinea spp. 3) Ameisen-Bläulinge +
- all native species
Malacosoma franconica Frankfurter Ringelspinner + +
Malacosoma spp.excl.Malacosoma neustria Ringelspinner +
- all native species, if not listed in detail and
with the exception of bounty ring spinner
Meganephria bimaculosa Two-spot Plumpeule + +
Nola cristatula Watermink little little bear + +
Nola spp. Kleinbärchen +
- all native species, if not listed in detail
Nola subchlamydula Gamander-Kleinbärchen + +
Nycteola degenerana Salweiden-Wicklereulchen + +
Nymphalis antiopa Trauermantel +
Nymphalis polychloros Big Fox +
Nymphalis xanthomelas Easterly Big Fox + +
Ocneria rubea Rostspinner + +
Odontognophos dumetata Kreuzdorn-Steinspanner + +
Orbona fragariae Big Winterowl + +
Orgyia antiquiodes Heide brush spinner + +
Orgyia spp.excl.Orgyia antiqua brush spinner +
- all native species, unless listed in detail and
with the exception of Schlehen-brush-spinner
Paidia rica Mauer-Flechtenbärchen + +
Panchrysia deaurataGreat Wiesenrauten-Goldeule + +
Papilio machaon Schwalbenschwanz +
Parnassius phoebus Hochalpen-Apollofalter + +
Parocneria detrita Rustic spinner + +
Pentophera morio Trauerspinner +
Pericallia matronula Augsburger Bär + +
Periphanes delphinii Rittersporn-Sonneneule + +
Phyllodesma ilicifolia Weidenglucke + +
Phyllodesma spp. Glucken +
- all native species, if not listed in detail
Plebeius spp. Blazing inge +
- all native species
Polymixis gemmea Waldrasen-Ziereule +
Polymixis polymita Olivbraune Steineule + +
Polyommatus damonGroßer Esparsetten-Bläuling + +
Polyommatus galloi Mt. Pollino-Blauling +
Polyommatus humedusae Val di Cogne-Bläuling + 
Polyommatus spp. Blazing inge + 
- all native species, if not in the Single listed
Polypogon gryphalis Syrmische Spannereule + +
Pseudophilotes spp. Blazing inge + 
- all native species, if not in the Single listed
Pseudophilotes vicramaÖstlicher Quendel-Bläuling + +
Pyrgus armoricanus Two-brow cube-thickness-head-old + +
Pyrgus cirsii Late Summer Cube Thickness Header + +
Pyrgus spp. Cube thick head holder +
- all domestic Types, if not listed in detail
Pyrois cinnamomea Zimt-Glanzeule + +
Rhagades spp. Grünwidderchen +
- all domestic Types
Rhyparia purpurata Purple Bear + 
Rhyparioides metelkana Metelkana-Bär + +
Schinia cardui Bitterkraut-Sonneneule + +
Scolitantides orion Fetthennen-Bläuling + +
Scolitantides spp. Blazing inge + 
- all native species, if not in the Single listed
Scopula decorata Thymian-Steppenrasen-Kleinspanner + +
Scopula tesselaria Kuhschellen-Kleinspanner + +
Scotopteryx coarctaria Ginsterheiden-wavestriemenspanner + +
Setina roscida Felshalden-Flechtenbärchen + +
Setina spp. Flechtenbärchen +
- all native species, if not listed in detail
Shargacucullia caninae Hundsbraunwurz-Mönch + +
Shargacucullia spp. Mönchseulen +
- all native species, if not listed in detail
Sideridis lampra Bibernell-Bergwieseneule + +
Simyra nervosa Slim Striemeneule + +
Spaelotis clandestina Fehrenbachs Erdeule + +
Spudaea ruticilla Gray-brown oak bushle + +
Stilbia anomala Wire rope owl + 
Syngrapha microgamma Moor-Goldeule + +
Synopsia sociaria Sandrasen-Braunstripe tensioner + +
Tephronia cremiaria Punctured Beam Tensioner + +
Tephronia sepiaria Totholzflechtenspanner + +
Trichosea ludifica Gelber Hermelin + +
Valeria jaspidea Schlehen-Jaspiseule + +
Valeria oleagina Olivgreen jewelry lobe + 
Watsonarctia casta Labkraut-Bär +
Xanthia sulphurago Bleaching Gel Bump + +
Xestia sincera Fichtenmoorwald-Erdeule + +
Yigoga forcipula Felsgeröllhalden-Erdeule + +
Zygaena angelicae elegans Elegans-Widderchen + +
Zygaena spp. Widderchen +
- all native species, if not listed in detail
Hymenoptera Skin Wingers
Apoidea spp. Bienen and Hummel +
- all native species
Bembix spp. gyroscope wasp +
- all native species
Cimbex spp. button-horn wasp +
- all native species
Formica aquilonia Alpenwaldameise +
Formica bruni +
Formica exsecta Big Kerbameise + 
Formica foreli +
Formica forsslundi  +
Formica lugubris Mountain-Waldameise +
Formica nigricans +
Formica polyctena Kahlrückige Waldameise +
Formica pratensis +
Formica pressilabris Furchenlippige Kerbameise +
Formica rufa Rote Waldameise +
Formica truncorum Strunkameise +
Formica uralensis Uralameise +
Vespa crabro Horments +
Coleoptera Käfer
Acmaeodera degenerAchtten fleckiger Ohnschild-Prachtkäfer + +
Acmaeoderella flavofasciatawhite-scale Ohnschild-Prachtkäfer + +
Aesalus scarabaeoides short shredder + +
Buprestidae spp. 3) excl. Agrilus biguttatus Agrilus viridisAnthaxia quadripunctata Chrysobothris affinis Phaenops cyanea Prachtkäfer +
- all native species, unless listed in detail with the exception of two-point oak shrimps Booking-Prachtkäfer (deciduous beetle beetle) Four-point-Pine-Prachtkäfer Goldgruben-Oak-Prachtkäfer Blauer Kiefern-Prachtkäfer
Calosoma reticulatum Emerald Puppet robber + +
Calosoma spp. Puppenrobber +
- all native species, if not listed in detail
Carabus marginalis Gerants-Case + +
Carabus menetriesi Hochmoor-Laufkäfer + +
Carabus nodulosus Schwarzer Grubenlaufkäfer + +
Carabus spp. 3) Run beetle +
- all European species, if not listed in detail
Cerambycidae spp. 3) excl.Hylotrupes bajulusMonochamus spp.Tetropium spp. Bockkäfer +
- all native species, unless listed in detail
with the exception of Hausbock Langhornböcke spruce and larch buckles
Cetonia aurata Rosenkäfer +
Cicindela spp. Sandrunner +
- all native species
Cicindina arenaria arenaria Flussufer-Sandlaufkäfer + +
Cicindina arenaria viennensis Wiener Sandlaufkäfer + +
Clerus mutillarius Eichen-Buntkäfer + +
Copris lunaris Moonhornkäfer + 
Cylindera germanica Deutscher Sandlaufkäfer + +
Dicerca aeneaYellow Stripe Prachtkäfer + +
Dicerca furcataSharpening Teeth-Braided Beetle + +
Dicerca moestalinehalsiger tartar beetle beetle + +
Eurythyrea austriacaGreen glossy glossy beetle + +
Eurythyrea quercusEckschildiger gloss-Prachtkäfer + +
Gnorimus variabilis Vermodider Edelscharrkäfer + +
Hydrophilus spp. Piston water beetle +
- all native species
Lucanidae spp. Schröter + 
- all native species, if not in the Single listed
Megopis scabricornis Körnerbock + +
Meloe autumnalis Blauschimmernder Maiwurmkäfer + +
Meloe cicatricosus Narbiger Maiwurmkäfer + +
Meloe coriarius Shinendschwarzer Maiwurmkäfer + +
Meloe decorus Violetthalsiger Maiwurmkäfer + +
Meloe hungarus Gelbrandiger Maiwurmkäfer + +
Meloe rugosus Mattschwarzer Maiwurmkäfer + +
Meloe spp. Maiwurmkäfer + 
- all native species, if not in the Single listed
Necydalis major Großer Wespenbock + +
Necydalis ulmi Panzers Wespenbock + +
Oryctes nasicornis Nashornkäfer + 
Palmar festiva Südlicher Wacholder-Prachtkäfer + +
Phytoecia molybdaena Klatschmohn-Roller Capricorn + +
Phytoecia rubropunctata Rotpunctured Roller Capricorn + +
Phytoecia uncinata Wachsblumenböckchen + +
Phytoecia virgula Südlicher Roll Halsbock + +
Polyphylla fullo Walker +
Protaetia aeruginosa Big Goldkäfer + +
Protaetia affinis Similar Goldbeetle + +
Protaetia spp. Goldkäfer + 
- all native species, if not in the Single listed
Purpuricenus kaehleri Purpurbock + +
Scintillatrix mirificaWonderable Ulmen-Prachtkäfer + +
Sitaris muralis Schmalflügliger Pelzbienenölkäfer +
Trachypteris pictaXX_ENCODE_CASE_CAPS_LOCK_On spotted gear-Prachtkäfer + +
Trichodes alvearius Zottiger Bienenkäfer +
Trichodes ircutensis Siberian beetle beetle + +
Typhoeus typhoeus Stierkäfer +
Odonata Libellen
Odonata spp. 3) Libellen +
- all native species, if not listed in detail
Aeshna caerulea Alpen-Mosaikjungfer + +
Aeshna subarctica elisabethae Hochmoor-Mosaikjungfer + +
Brachythemis fuscopalliata Syrian short-libelle +
Calopteryx syriaca Syrian Prachtlibelle +
Ceriagrion tenellum Scharlachlibelle + +
Coenagrion armatum Hauben-Azurjungfer + +
Coenagrion hylas Bileks-Azurjungfer + +
Coenagrion mercuriale Helm-Azurjungfer + +
Coenagrion ornatum Vogel-Azurjungfer + +
Nehalennia speciosa Zwerglibelle + +
Orthetrum albistylum Östlicher Blaupfeil + +
Somatochlora alpestris Alpen-Smaragdlibelle + +
Neuroptera Echte Netzflügler
Dendroleon pantherinus Panther-Ameisenjungfer + +
Libelloides longicornis Long-sensical butterfly shaft + +
Myrmeleonidae spp. Ameisenjungfern +
- all domestic species, if not listed in detail
Mantodea Fishing scare
Mantis religiosa Gottesanbeterin +
Saltatoria Springschrors 
Aiolopus thalassinus Green Strandsrecke + +
Arcyptera fusca Large Höckerschrecke + +
Arcyptera microptera Kleine Höckerschrecke + +
Bryodema tuberculata Gefleckte Schnarrschrecke + +
Calliptamus italicus Italian Schönschrecke +
Epacromius tergestinus River strand reed + +
Ephippiger ephippiger Steppen-saddle chisel + +
Gampsocleis glabra Height: + +
Modicogryllus frontalis Eastern Grille + +
Oedipoda caerulescens Blauflüglige Ödlandschrecke +
Oedipoda germanica Rotflüglige Ödlandschrecke +
Platycleis montana Steppen-Beißschrecke + +
Platycleis tessellata Braunfleckige Beißschrecke + +
Psophus stridulus Rotflüglige Schnarrschrecke +
Ruspolia nitidula Large sliphead schrecke + +
Sphingonotus caerulans Blauflüglige Sandschrecke +
Arachnida Spider entier
Arctosa cinerea + +
Dolomedes fimbriatus + 
Dolomedes plantarius + +
Eresus cinnaberinus + 
Philaeus chrysops + +
Crustacea Krebse
Astacus astacus 7) Edelkrebs + +
Austropotamobius torrentium 7) Steinkrebs +
Branchipus schaefferi + +
Chirocephalus diaphanus + +
Homarus gammarus 7) Hummer +
Leptestheria dahalacensis + +
Lynceus brachyurus + +
Ocypode cursor 6) Geisterkrabbe +
Pachylasma giganteum 6) +
Tanymastix stagnalis + +
Mollusca molluscs
Anodonta anatina 7) Flache Teichmuschel +
Anodonta cygnea 7) Gemeine Teichmuschel +
Charonia rubicunda 6) +
Charonia tritonis 6) Tritonshorn +
Dendropoma petraeum 6) + 
Erosaria spurca 6) +
Helix aspersa 7) Gefleckte Weinbergauger + 
Helix pomatia 7) Ordinary Weinbergauger + 
Luria lurida 6) +
Margaritifera margaritifera 7) Flussperlmuschel + +
Mitra zonata 6) +
Nucella lapillus 7) Nordic purple snail + 
Patella nigra 6) +
Pholas dactylus 6)  +
Pinna pernula 6) +
Pseudanodonta complanata 7) flattened pond muschel + +
Pseudanodonta elongata 7) Schlanke Teichmuschel +
Pseudanodonta middendorffi 7) Donau-Teichmuschel +
Ranella olearia 6) +
Schilderia achatidea 6) +
Tonna galea 6) +
Unio pictorum 7) Malencourage +
Unio tumidus 7) Large Flow Muschel +
Zonaria pyrum 6) +
Echinodermata Stachelhäuter
Asterina panceri 6) +
Echinus esculentus 7) Edible Sea Urchin +
Ophidiaster ophidianus 6) +
Solaster papposus Sonnwindows + +
Cnidaria Nesseltiere 
Gerardia savaglia 6) +
Porifera sponges
Aplysina cavernicola 6)  +
Asbestopluma hypogea 6) +
Axinella polyploides 6) +
Petrobiona massiliana 6) +
Flora
Pteridophyta et Spermatophyta Farn and flowering plants
Achillea atrata L. 1) Black sheep garb +
Achillea clavennae L. 8) Bittere Schafgarbe +
Aconitum spp. 3) 8) Eisenhut +
- All European Species
Adonis cyllenea Boiss., Heldr. & Orph. Kyllenisches Adonisröschen +
alkanna pinardii Boiss. Pinardialkannawurzel +
Allium angulosum L. 8) Kantiger Lauch +
Allium crameri Aschers. & Boiss. Cramers Lauch + +
Allium lineare L. Steifer Lauch +
Allium regelianum A. Becker Rule Lauch +
Allium senescens L. subsp. montanum (Fries) Holub 8) Berg-Lauch +
Allium vuralii Kit Tan Vurals Lauch +
Althaea officinalis L. 8) Echter Eibisch +
Alyssum montanum L. 8) Berg-Steinkraut +
Alyssum saxatile L. 8) Felsen-Steinkraut +
Anagallis tenella (L.) L. Zarter Gauchheil + +
Androsace spp. 3) 8)
excl. Androsace elongata L. Androsace maxima L. Androsace septentrionalis L.
Mannsschilde +
- all native species, except for long-style Mannsschild Grand Mannsschild Nordischer Mannsschild
Anemone narcissiflora L. 8) Narzissen-Windröschen + 
Anemone sylvestris L. 8) Big Windröschen + 
Anemone uralensis Nevski Ural-Windröschen + 
Antennaria dioica (L.) Gaertner 8) Ordinary Cat pfötting +
Anthericum liliago L. 8) Astlose Graslilie +
Anthericum racemosum L. 8) Ästige Graslilie +
Apium inundate (L.) Reichenb. f. Flutender Sellerie +
Aquilegia ottonis Orph. ex Boiss. ssp. taygetea (Orph.) Strid 8) Taygetos-Akelei + +
Aquilegia spp. 3) 8) Akeleien +
- all European species, if not listed in detail
Arctostaphylos uva-ursi (L.) Spreng. 8) Echte Bear robber +
Armeria maritima (Miller) Willd. ssp. purpurea (Koch) A. & D. Löve 8) Ried-Grasnelke + +
Armeria spp. 3) 8) Grasnelken +
- all European species, if not listed in detail
Arnica montana L. 8)Arnika, Berg-Wohlverleih +
Artemisia rupestris L. 8) Felsen-BeiFoot + +
Artemisia umbelliformis Lam. 8) Echte Edelraute +
Asplenium azoricum Lovis, Rasbach & Reichstein Azoren-stripe farn +
Asplenium ceterach L. 8) Milzfarn
Asplenium cuneifolium Viv. Serpentin-stripe farn +
Asplenium fissum Kit. ex Willd. Zerslit stripe farn +
Asplenium fontanum (L.) Bernh. 8) Jura-stripe farn +
Asplenium foreziense Legrand 8) Foreser stripe farn +
Asplenium obovatum Viv. ssp. lanceolatum Silva Lanzettfolitriger stripe farn +
Asplenium scolopendrium L. 8) Hirschtongue +
Aster alpinus L. 8) Alpen-Aster +
Aster amellus L. 8) Berg-Aster +
Aster sibiricus L. 8) Siberian Aster + +
Astragalus arenarius L. Sand-Tragant +
Betula nana L. 8) Zwerg-Birke +
Biscutella laevigata L. 8) Ordinary eyeglass schote +
Botrychium matricariifolium A. Braun ex Koch Ästiger Rautenfarn + +
Botrychium multifidum (S. G. Gmelin) Rupr. Multi-Part Rautenfarn + +
Botrychium spp. 3) Rautenfarne, Mondrauten +
- all European species, unless listed in detail
Brimeura spp. 8) Brimeura + 
- all kinds
Buxus sempervirens L. 7) 8) Buchsbaum +
Calla palustris L. 8)Calla, swamp-snake root +
Calystegia soldanella (L.) R. Br. Strand-Winde + +
Campanula bononiensis L. 8) Bologneser Glockenblume +
Campanula cervicaria L. 8) Borsty Glockenblume +
Campanula lanata Friv. 8) Wollige Glockenblume +
Campanula latifolia L. 8) Breitleaftrige Glockenblume +
Campanula thyrsoides L. 8) Strauß-Glockenblume +
Carex baldensis L. 8) Monte-Baldo-Segge +
Carlina acaulis L. 8) Silberdistel +
Carlina diae (Rech. F.) Meusel & Kästner Dhia-Eberwurz, Kretische Eberwurz +
Centaurium spp. 8) Thousand manure herbs + 
- all native species
Chimaphila umbellata (L.) Barton 8) Doldy Winterlieb +
Chionodoxa luciliae Boiss. 8) Lydischer Schneestolz +
Clematis alpina L. 8) Alpen-Waldrebe +
Cochlearia spp. 8) Löffelkraut + 
- all native species
Cornus suecica L. 8) Swedish Hartriegel +
Cortusa matthioli L. 8) Alpen Heilglöckchen +
Cotoneaster integerrimus Medicus 8) Ordinary Dwarf Mispel +
Crambe maritima L. 8) Compromisingly Meerkohl +
Crocus spp. 3) 8) Krokus + 
- all kinds
Cryptogramma crispa (L.) A. Br. ex Hooker 8) Krauser Rollfarn +
Cystopteris montana (Lam.) Desv. Berg-Blasenfarn +
Cystopteris sudetica A. Br. & Milde Sudeten-Blasenfarn +
Daphne spp. 3) 8) Seidelbaste + 
- All European Species
Delphinium elatum L. 8) Hoher Rittersporn +
DendranTheme zawadskyi (Herb.) Tzvel. 8) Zawadskys Wucherblume +
Dianthus spp. 3) 8) Nelken + 
- All European Species
Dictamnus albus L. 8) Diptam +
Digitalis grandiflora Mill. 8) Großblütiger Fingerhut +
Digitalis lutea L. 8) Gelber Fingerhut +
Draba spp. 3) 8) Felsenblümchen + 
excl.- all European types,
except for wall-rock-blossoms and Hain-rock-blossoms
Draba muralis L. et Draba nemorosa L. 
Dracocephalum ruyschiana L. 8) Nordischer Drachenkopf + 
Drosera spp. 8) Sonnentaue + 
- all native species
Dryopteris cristata (L.) A. Gray 8) Kammfarn +
Eryngium campestre L. 8) Feld-Mannstreu +
Eryngium maritimum L. 8) Strand-Mannstreu, Stranddistel +
Euphorbia lucida Waldstein & Kitaibel 8) Glanz-Wolfsmilch +
Euphorbia palustris L. 8) Sumpf-Wolfsmilch +
Fritillaria spp. 3) 8) Chess Flowers + 
- all kinds
Gentiana lutea L. 8) Gelber Enzian +
Gentiana spp. 3) 8) Enziane + 
- all European species, unless listed in detail
Gentianella lutescens (Velenovsky) Holub Gelblicher Enzian + +
Gentianella spp. 3) 8) Enziane + 
- all European species, unless listed in detail
Gladiolus spp. 3) 8) Siegwurze + 
- All European Species
Globularia spp. 3) 8) Ball flowers + 
- All European Species
Gratiola officinalis L. 8) God's Merciful raut +
Gypsophila fastigiata L. 8) Bright Gipskraut +
Haberlea rhodopensis Friv. 8) Rhodope-Haberlea +
Helianthemum apenninum (L.) Miller 8) Apennine sunroens +
Helianthemum arcticum (Grosser) Janchen Arktisches Sonnenröschen +
Helianthemum canum (L.) Baumg. 8) Gray-filmed sunroaches +
Helichrysum arenarium (L.) Moench 8) Sand-Strohblume +
Helleborus spp. L. 8) Nieswurze, Christrosen +
- All European Species
Hepatica nobilis Schreber 8) Liver Bloom +
Horminium pyrenaicum L. 8) Pyrenäen-Drachenmaul +
Hottonia palustris L. 8) Water Feather, Water Primel +
Hymenophyllum tunbrigense (L.) Smith Skin Farn + +
Hypericum elodes L. 8) Sumpf-Johanniskraut +
Ilex aquifolium L. 8) Stechpalme +
Inula germanica L. 8) German Alant +
Iris lortetii Barbey Lortets Schwertlilie + +
Iris spp. 3) 8) Schwertlilien + 
- All kinds, unless listed in detail
Iris spuria L. 8) Wiesen-Schwertlilie + +
Iris variegata L. 8) Bunte Schwertlilie + +
Isoetes lacustris L. See-Brachsenkraut +
Jovibarba spp. 8) Fransenhauswurze + 
- All European Species
Juncus stygius L. 8) Moor-Binse + +
Juniperus cedrus Webb & Berthel. 8) Zedern-Wacholder + +
Laser trilobum (L.) Borkh. 8) Rosskümmel +
Lathyrus bauhinii Genty Schwert-Platterbse +
Lathyrus maritimus Bigelow 8) Strand-Platterbse +
Lathyrus palustris L. 8) Sumpf-Platterbse +
Lathyrus pannonicus (Jacq.) Garcke 8) Hungarian Platterbse +
Ledum palustre L. 8) Sumpf-Porst +
Leontopodium alpinum Cass. 8) Alpen-Edelweiß +
Leucojum spp. 3) 8) Node flowers, Marzenbecher +
- All European Species
Lilium spp. 8) Lilien + 
- all kinds
Limonium anatolicum Hedge Anatolian Strandflieder + +
Limonium preauxii (Webb & Berthel.) O. Kuntze Preaux Strandflieder + +
Limonium spp. 3) 8) Strandflieder + 
- all European species, unless listed in detail
Linnaea borealis L. 8) Moosglöckchen +
Linum flavum L. 8) Gelber Lein + +
Linum perenne L. 8) Ausdauernder Lein + +
Linum spp. 3) 8) Lein + 
excl. Linum catharticum L.- all European species, if not listed in detail
with the exception of Purgier-Lein
Lloydia serotina (L.) Reichenb. Spätblühende fold lily +
Lobelia dortmanna L. 8) Water-Lobelie + +
Lomatogonium carinthiacum (Wulf.) Reichenb. Kärntner Tauernblümchen +
Lunaria rediviva L. 8) Ausdauerndes Silberblatt +
Lycopodiales spp. Bärlappgewächse +
- all native species
Matteuccia struthiopteris (L.) Todaro 8) Straußenfarn +
Melittis melissophyllum L. 8) Immenblatt +
Menyanthes trifoliata L. 8) Fieberklee + 
Muscari spp. 3) 8) Traubenhyazinthen + 
- All European Species
Narcissus spp. 3) 8) Narzissen + 
- All European Species
Narthecium ossifragum (L.) Huds. 8) Beinbrech, Ährenlilie +
Nuphar lutea (L.) Sm. 8) Yellow Teichrose +
Nuphar pumila (Timm) DC. 8) Kleine Teichrose + +
Nymphaea alba L. 8) White Seerose +
Nymphaea candida K. Presl 8) Kleine Seerose +
Nymphoides peltata (S. G. Gmel.) O. Kuntze 8) Seekanne +
Oenothera coronifera Renner Kronen-Nachtkerze +
Onosma arenaria Waldstein & Kitaibel 8) Sand-Lotwurz + +
Onosma elegantissima Rech. fil. & Goulimy Zierliche Lotwurz + +
Onosma spp. 3) 8) Lotwurze + 
- All European Species
Osmunda regalis L. 8) Königsfarn +
Oxytropis pilosa (L.) DC. Zottige Fahnenwicke +
Papaver alpinum L. 8) Alpen-Mohn + 
Papaver lapponicum (Tolm.) Nordh. 8) Lappland-Mohn +
Parnassia palustris L. 8) Sumpf-Herzblatt +
Pedicularis sceptrumcarolinum L. Karlszepter + +
Pedicularis spp. 3) 8) Läusecräuter + 
- all European species, unless listed in detail
Petrocallis pyrenaica (L.) R. Br. 8) Pyrenäen-Steinschmückel +
Pinguicula alpina L. 8) Alpen-Fettkraut +
Pinguicula vulgaris L. 8) Ordinary Fat (fat) +
Polemonium caeruleum L. 8) Blaue Himmelsleiter +
Polystichum spp. 8) Schildfarne + 
- all native species
Primula spp. 3) 8) Primel, Keyblumen +
- All European Species
Pulmonaria angustifolia L. 8) Narrow-Leaf Lung-raut +
Pulmonaria mollis Wulfen ex Hornem. 8) Weiches Lungenkraut +
Pulmonaria montana Lejeune 8) Berg-Lungenkraut +
Pulsatilla alba Reichenb. 8) Kleinblütige Küchenschelle + +
Pulsatilla spp. 3) 8) Kitchenschellen + 
- all European species, unless listed in detail
Pulsatilla vernalis (L.) Miller 8) Frühlings-kitchenschelle + +
Ranunculus lingua L. 8) Zungen-Hahnenfuß +
Rhazya orientalis (Decne) A. DC. 8) Orientale Rhazye +
Rheum rhaponticum L. 8) Pontic Rhabarber +
Rubus chamaemorus L. 7) 8) Moltebeere + +
Salvinia natans (L.) All. 8) Swimming color +
Saxifraga spp. 3) 8) Steinbrech + 
excl. Saxifraga tridactylites L.- All European Species,
with the exception of finger-stone-brech
+ 
Scheuchzeria palustris L. Blasenbinse + 
Scilla spp. 3) 8) (incl. Hyacinthoides spp.) Blausterne (including Hasenglöckchen) +
- all kinds 
Scorzonera austriaca Willd. 8) Österreichische Schwarzwurzel + +
Scorzonera hispanica L. 8) Spanish Schwarzwurzel +
Scorzonera humilis L. 8) Low Schwarzwurzel +
Scorzonera purpurea L. 8) Violette Schwarzwurzel + +
Sempervivum spp. 8) Hauswurze + 
- All European Species
Senecio incanus ssp. carniolicus Willd. 8) Krainers Greiskraut +
Soldanella spp. 8) Alpenglöckchen, Troddelblumen +
- all native species
Stipa dasyphylla (Lindem.) Trautv. Soft hair feather gras + +
Stipa spp. 3) 8) Federgräser, Pfriemengras +
- all European species, unless listed in detail
Stratiotes aloides L. 8) Cancer shears +
Swertia perennis L. 8) Blauer Sumpfstern +
Taxus baccata L. 8) Eibe +
Trapa natans L. 8) Wassernuss +
Trollius europaeus L. 8) Trollblume +
Tulipa spp. 3) 8) Tulpen + 
- all kinds
Utricularia bremii Heer Bremis Water hose + +
Utricularia ochroleuca Hartm. 8) Ockergelber Wasserhose +
Veronica longifolia L. 8) Langfliger Honorary Price +
Veronica spicata L. 8) Ähtering Honorary Price +
Viola calcarata L. 8) Gesporntes Veilchen +
Viola guestphalica NauenburgViolettes Galmei-Veilchen +
Viola lutea Huds. ssp. calaminaria (Ging. in DC.) Rothm.Gelbes Galmei-Veilchen +
Vitis vinifera L. ssp. sylvestris (C. C. Gmelin) Hegi 8) Wilde Weinrebe + +
Wahlenbergia hederacea (L.) Rchb. 8) Efeu-Moorglöckchen +
Woodsia spp. 8) Wimperfarne + 
- all native species
Bryophyta Moose
Hylocomium spp. 8) Hainmoose +
- all native species
Leucobryum spp. 8) Weissmoose +
- all native species
Sphagnum spp. 8) Torfmoose +
- all native species
Lichenes Flechten 
Anaptychia spp. Wimperflechten + 
- all native species
Cetraria spp. Moosflechten +
- all native species
Cladina spp. Cladonia sect. Cladina) 8) Rentierflechten +
- all native species
Lobaria pulmonaria (L.) Hoffm. Real pulmonary braid + +
Lobaria spp. Lung fleetles +
- all native species, if not listed in detail
Parmelia spp. Key fleetles +
- all native species
Usneaceae spp. (incl. Ramalinaceae spp.) Bartflechten +
- all native species
Fungi Pilze
Albatrellus spp. 7) 8)Sheep Porling, Semmel-Porlinge+
- all native species 
Amanita caesarea (Scop. ex Fr.) Pers. ex Schw. 7) 8) Kaiserling +
Boletus aereus Bull. ex Fr. 7) 8)Weißer Bronze-Röhrling +
Boletus appendiculatus Schff. ex Fr. 7) 8)Gelber Bronze-Röhrling +
Boletus edulis Bull. ex Fr. 7) 8) Steinpilz +
Boletus fechtneri Vel. 7) 8) Sommer-Röhrling +
Boletus regius Krbh. 7) 8)Echter King Röhrling +
Boletus speciosus Frost 7) 8)Blauender Königs-Röhrling +
Cantharellus spp. 7) 8)Pfifferlinge+
- All native species 
Gomphus clavatus (Pers. ex Fr.) S. F. Gray 7) 8) Schweinsohr +
Gyrodon lividus (Bull. ex Fr.) Sacc. 7) 8) Erlen-Grübling +
Hygrocybe spp. 7) 8)Saftlinge+
- all native species
Hygrophorus marzuolus (Fr.) Bres. 7) 8) März-snail +
Lactarius volemus Fr. 7) 8) Brätling +
Leccinum spp. 7) 8)Birkenmushrooms and Red Cons+
- all native species 
Morchella spp. 7) 8)Morcheln+
- all native species
Tricholoma flavovirens (Pers. ex Fr.) Lund & Nannf. 7) 8) Grünling +
Tuber spp. 7) 8)Truffles+
- all native species




1)
Only European wild-living populations.
2)
The exception is that according to § 2 para. 1 of the Federal hunting law, the Species subject to hunting, unless detailed in detail.
3)
except in accordance with § 7, paragraph 2, point 13, point (b), double letter aa of the Protected species and subspecies.
4)
The protected species and subspecies protected under § 7 (2) (13) (a) of the Federal Nature Protection Act (Bundesnaturschutzgesetz). Species.
5)
Particularly protected species on the grounds of § 7, paragraph 2, point 13, point (b), double letter bb of the Federal Nature Protection Act.
6)
Only the population of the Mediterranean.
7)
Native populations only.
8)
wild-living populations only.
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Appendix 2 (to § 2 (3) (2)
List of animal and plant species which, as farmed animals or artificially propagated plants, are prohibited by the possession and marketing bans of § 44 (2) sentence 1 of the Federal Nature Protection Act and the provisions of § § 6, 7 and 12

(site of the original text: BGBl. I 2005, 286-288;
of the individual amendments, cf. Footnote)
Scientific signatory German name
Fauna
Alopex lagopus Eisfuchs
Flora
Aeonium saundersii Saunders ' Kanarendachwurz
Agrimonia pilosa Weichhaariger Odermennig
Aldrovanda vesiculosa Waterfalls
Allium angulosum Kantiger Lauch
Allium senescens ssp. montanum Berg-Lauch
Alyssum pyrenaicum Pyrenäen-Steinkraut
Androcymbium europaeum European Androcymbium
Androcymbium rechingeri Rechingers Androcymbium
Androsace cylindrica Rolling Mannsschild
Androsace mathildae Mathildas Mannsschild
Androsace pyrenaica European Mannsschild
Angelica palustris Sumpf-Engelwurz
Apium repens Kriechender Sellerie
Aquilegia alpina Alpen-Akelei
Aquilegia bertolonii Bertolonis Akelei
Aquilegia kitaibelii Kitaibels Akelei
Arenaria nevadensis Sierra Nevada sandkraut
Armeria pseudarmeria Breitleaftrige Grasnelke
Artemisia granatensis Granada-BeiFoot
Artemisia laciniata Slot leafed subfoot
Aster pyrenaeus Pyrenäen-Aster
Astragalus centralpinus Fuchsschwanz-Tragant
Azorina vidalii Azoren-Strauchglockenblume
Bellevalia hackelii Hackels Bellevallie
Caldesia parnassifolia Herzlöffel
Campanula morettiana Dolomiten-Glockenblume
Caralluma burchardii Burchards Fly Fly
Cistus palhinhae
Colchicum corsicum Korsische Herbstzeitlose
Colchicum cousturieri Cousturiers Herbstzeitlose
Crocus etruscus Tosans Krokus
Cryptogramma crispa Krauser Rollfarn
Daphne petraea Felsen-Seidelbast
Daphne rodriguezii Rodriguez ' Seidelbast
Dianthus arenarius Sand-Nelke
Dianthus rupicola Felsen-Nelke
Draba cinerea Aschgraues Felsenblümchen
Dracaena draco Drachenbaum
Dracocephalum austriacum Österreichischer Drachenkopf
Dryopteris fragrans Charitable Wurmfarn
Echium candicans White-throated Natternkopf
Erica scoparia ssp. azorica Azoren-Heidekraut
Erigeron frigidus Gletscher-Berufkraut
Eryngium alpinum Alpen-Mannstreu
Euphorbia stygiana 
Fritillaria conica Conic Chess Flower
Fritillaria drenovskii Drenovskis Chess Flower
Fritillaria gussichiae Gussichias Schachblume
Fritillaria obliqua
Fritillaria rhodocanakis
Gentiana ligustica Ligurian Enzian
Gentianella anisodonta Kelch-Enzian
Gentianella bohemica Böhmischer Enzian
Gentianella campestris campestris Feld-Fransenenzian
Gentianella germanica German Enzian
Geranium maderense Madeira-Storchenschnabel
Globularia stygia Dark Ball Flower
Helianthemum caput-felis Katzenkopf-Sonnenröschen
Helichrysum sibthorpii Sibthorps Strohblume
Ionopsidium acaule Stengeless dummy veille
Iris marisca März-Schwertlilie
Jankaea heldreichii Heldreichs Jankaea
Jasminum azoricum Azoren-Jasmin
Lathyrus palustris Sumpf-Platterbse
Leucojum nicaeense Nizza-nodal flower
Ligularia sibirica Siberian Goldpistons
Luronium natans Swimming Frog Kraut
Mandragora officinarum
Marsilea quadrifolia Four-leaf Kleefarn
Melanoselinum decipiens
Musschia wollastonii Wollastons Musschia
Myosotis rehsteineri Bodensee-VergissmeinNOT
Narcissus asturiensis Asturian Narcissus
Narcissus calcicola Kalkliebende Narzisse
Narcissus cyclamineus Alpenveilchen-Narzisse
Narcissus fernandesii Fernandes ' Narcissus
Narcissus humilis Low Narcissus
Narcissus longispathus Langscheidige Narzisse
Narcissus pseudonarcissus subsp. nevadensis Sierra Nevada Narcissus
Narcissus pseudonarcissus subsp. nobilis Edle Narcissus
Narcissus scaberulus Rauhe Narzisse
Narcissus triandrus Engelstränen-Narzisse
Narcissus viridiflorus Green Blossom Narcissus
Nepeta dirphya Euboe katzenminze
Onosma arenaria Sand-Lotwurz
Origanum dictamnus Kretischer Dost
Ornithogalum reverchonii Reverchonis Milster Star
Paeonia camessedesii Cambessedes ' Pfingstrose
Paeonia clusii subsp. rhodia Rhodos-Pfingstrose
Petrocoptis pseudoviscosa Esera-Pyrenäennelke
Phoenix theophrasti Theophrasts Dattelpalme
Physoplexis comosa Schopfteufelskralle
Primula apennina Apennines Primel
Primula glaucescens Blue Green Primel
Primula nutans Nickend Primel
Primula palinuri Palinuro-Primel
Primula scandinavica Skandinavische Primel
Primula spectabilis Magnificent Primel
Prunus lusitanica subsp. azorica Azores Lorbeerkirsche
Pulsatilla patens Finger-Kitchenschelle
Pulsatilla vulgaris subsp. gotlandica Gotland Kitchen Sink
Ramonda serbica Serb Ramonda
Scilla morrisii Morris ' Blaustern
Saxifraga hirculus Moor-Steinbrech
Saxifraga tombeanensis Tombea-Steinbrech
Saxifraga valdensis Waldenser Steinbrech
Saxifraga vayredana Vayredas Steinbrech
Senecio jacobaea subsp. gotlandicus Gotländisches Greiskraut
Soldanella villosa Zottiges Alpenglöckchen
Tanacetum ptarmiciflorum Silver Grey Rainfarn
Thymus camphorates Kampfer Thymian
Thymus carnosus Fleischiger Thymian
Thymus cephalotos Großköpfiger Thymian
Thymus villosus subsp. villosus Rauhhaariger Thymian
Viola delphinantha Delphine Veilchen
Viola cazorlensis Cazorla-Veilchen
Viola hispida Steifhaariges Veilchen
Viola jaubertiana Jauberts Veilchen
Viola rupestris subsp. relicta Fennoscandied Veilchen
Woodwardia radicans Root chaincolor
Zelkova abeliceaCretan Zelkove
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Appendix 3 (to § 5, No. 2)
Without further recognizable parts of animals and plants of wild species, as well as without further notice discernable from them products obtained from them

Fundstelle des Originaltextes: BGBl. I 2005, 289 As without further recognizable parts of animals of wild species and without any further recognizable products, the following shall apply:
1.
Felle and skins (whole pieces or belly and back sides) of the species of mammals listed in Appendix 1;
2.
Skull of mammal species listed in Appendix 1;
3.
Parts of birdballs and feathers of European Bird Species;
4.
Eating shells of European bird species;
5.
Frog legs the frog species listed in Appendix 1;
6.
wings of the butterfly species listed in Appendix 1 and products thereof;
7.
The enclosure of the snails listed in Appendix 1;
8.
The shells and pearls of the Appendix 1
As easily identifiable parts of plants of the species listed in Appendix 1 and without any other products obtained from them are:
1.
Seeds, spores, and other propagation devices;
2.
dried substances of plant origin and raw products derived from them, such as greases and essential oils, resins, balms and gums.
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Appendix 4 (to § 6 para. 1 sentence 2)
pattern for the recording and delivery book
in accordance with § 6 para. 1 sentence 2

found site of the original text: BGBl. I 2005, 289
Lfd. NumberDate of entryName of the animals or plants in the herd or plants by type, number, if applicable License plates and if necessary Name of Documents relating to the protection of the species Name and address of the supplier or other sources of supplyAbgangday Name and exact address of the recipient or type of other
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Appendix 5 (to § 7 para. 2)
From the notification obligation of § 7 paragraph 2 excluded species

(site of the original text: BGBl. I 2005, 290-291)
Avesbirds
Agapornis fischeriPeach köpfchen
Agapornis nigrigenissoot chefs
Agapornis personatusSchwarzköpfchen
Agapornis roseicollisRosenköpfchen
Agapornis tarantaTarant-Inseparable
Alisterus scapularisAustralians Königssittich
Anas formosaBaikal-Ente
Anas laysanensisLaysan-Stockente
Anas querquedulaKnäkente
Aprosmictus erythropterusRed wing sittich
Aythya nyrocaMoorente
Barnardius barnardiBarnardsittich
Barnardius zonarius semitorquatusKragensittich
Barnardius zonarius zonariusBauers-Ringsittich
Bolborhynchus lineolaKatharina-Sittich
Branta ruficollisRothalsgans
Branta sandvicensisHawaiigans
Carduelis cucullataCapuzenzeisig
Catreus wallichiWallich-Fasan
Colinus virginianus ridgwayiRidgways Virginiawachtel
Columba liviaFelsentaube
Coturnix coturnixquail
Crossoptilon crossoptilonwhite eardrum
Crossoptilon mantchuricumbrown ear fasan
Cyanoramphus forbesiForbes Springsittich
Cyanoramphus novaezelandiaeZiegensittich
Dendrocygna arboreaCuba-Pfeifgans, Cuba-Baumente
Forpus coelestisBlaugenick-Sperlingspapagei
Forpus crassirostrisBlauflügel-Sperlingspapagei
Forpus conspicillatusEye Ring Sperling Spapagei
Forpus passerinusGreen Brush Sperm
Forpus xanthopsYellow-face Sperling Spapagei
Lathamus discolorSchwalbensittich
Lophophorus impejanusHimalayan or yellowtail glanzfasan
Lophura edwardsiEdward-Fasan
Lophura erythropthalmayellowtail pheasant
Lophura ignitaHauben-Feuerrückenfasan
Lophura swinhoiiSwinhoe-Fasan
Marmaronetta angustirostrisMarmelente
Myiopsitta monachusMönchssittich
Neophema chrysostomaFeinsittich
Neophema elegansjewellery sitter
Neophema pulchellaSchönsittich
Neophema splendidaGlanzsittich
Neopsephotus bourkiiBourkesittich
Northiella haematogasterBlutbauchsittich
Platycercus adscitusBlasskopfrosella
Platycercus caledonicusYellow Tree
Platycercus elegansPennantsittich
Platycercus eximiusRosellasittich, Prachtrosella
Platycercus flaveolusStrohsittich
Platycercus icterotisStanleysittich
Platycercus venustusBrownssittich
Poephila cincta cinctaSchwarzkehl-Gürtelgrasfink
Polytelis alexandraePrincess-of-Wales-Sittich
Polytelis anthopeplusBergsittich
Polytelis swainsoniishield-or Barrabandsittich
Psephotus dissimilisHooded-Sittich
Psephotus haematonotusSingsittich
Psephotus variusMulti-color sitter
Psittacula eupatriaLarge-scale Alexandersittich
Purpureicephalus spuriusRotkappensittich
Sarkidiornis melanotosHöckerente, Glanzente, Höckerglanzente
Syrmaticus elliotiElliot-Fasan
Syrmaticus humiaeHume-Fasan
Syrmaticus mikadoMikado-Fasan
Tadorna ferrugineaRostgans
Tympanuchus cupido attwateriattwateri
Reptiliacrawfish
Iguana iguanaGreen Leguan
Python regiusKönigspython
Boa constrictor constrictorAbgottschlange
Boa constrictor imperatorKaiserboa
Phelsuma madagascariensisMadagascar-Taggecko
Phelsuma laticaudaGoldstaub-Taggecko
Trachemys scripta elegansRed Cheek Jewelry Tortoise
AmphibiaLurche
Ambystoma mexicanumAxolotl
Bombina orientalisChinese Red Tree
Dendrobates auratusGoldbaumsteiger
Dendrobates azureusBlue arrow giftyfrog
 
PiscesPisces
Acipenseriformes spp.sturdy
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Appendix 6 (for § 12 sentence 1 and
§ 13 para. 1 sentence 1, 6 and 9 and subsection 2 sentence 2) Labelling methods

Fundstelle des Originaltextes: BGBl. I 2005, 292-316 (content: non-displayable table) unofficial table of contents

Appendix 7 (to § 15 para. 3 sentence 1)
Requirements to the Inscription of rings

found the original text: BGBl. I 2005, 317 The inscription referred to in § 17 (3) shall contain the following information: the expiring club, indication of open or closed ring, vintage, ring size, serial number. For birds of prey hybrids, the abbreviation "HY" must also be included in the inscription.
Use the following abbreviations for the missing clubs:
Ausgebender Association Acronyms
BNA B
ZZF Z
To specify an open or closed ring, use the following letters:
Ring Acronyms
Offen O
  Closed G
For the ring sizes below, use the following ordinal numbers:
Ring size in mm Order number
2.0 0
2.3 1
2.5 2
2.7 3
2.8 4
3.0 5
3.2 6
3.3 7
3.5 8
3.8 9