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The following is a guide to the list of CITES Species for the purposes of the Environment Protection and

Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 taking into account the amendments agreed at the
14th Conference of the Parties to CITES (CoP14).

COMMON NAME INDEX in alphabetical order

—A— Argali.................................. 29 Bismarckia.......................... 79


Aardwolf .............................35
Armadillo...................... 48–49 Bison .................................. 28
Abalone...............................65
Ass ...................................... 42 Bivalves........................ 64–65
Addax..................................28
Aucklandia.......................... 71 Blackbird ............................ 20
Adonis.................................80
Avadavat............................. 20 Boa ............................... 54, 55
African Cherry ....................80
Axolotl................................ 11 Bobcat ................................ 33
Afrormosia ..........................73
Aye-Aye ............................. 47 Bonobo ............................... 47
Agarwood .....................81–82
Ayuque ............................... 80 Bontebok ............................ 29
Agave ..................................66
—B— Bonytongue ........................ 50
Agoutidae............................47 Babirusa.............................. 32
Booby ................................. 21
Ajo ......................................71 Badger................................. 35
Boodie ................................ 41
Albatross .............................22 Bandicoot...................... 41–42
Boomaalwyn ...................... 74
Alerce..................................71 Barb .................................... 49
Brazilian Rosewood ........... 73
Alligator..............................50 Barbet ................................. 21
Brazilwood ......................... 73
Alluadia...............................71 Bat................................. 40–41
Bristlebird........................... 20
Almendro ............................73 Batagur ............................... 56
Brocket ............................... 31
Aloe...............................73–74 Bear............................... 36–37
Budgerigar.......................... 22
Aloewood............................82 Bear-grass ........................... 66
Buffalo................................ 28
Animal hybrid .....................10 Beetle.................................. 60
Bulbul ................................. 21
Anoa..............................28–29 Bettong ............................... 41
Bustard ......................... 19–20
Anteater...............................41 Bilby ................................... 42
Butterfly ............................. 60
Antelope........................28–30 Binturong............................ 37
—C—
Ape................................44–47 Birds ............................. 11–28 Cacomistle.......................... 36

Aracari ..........................21–22 Birds of Paradise................. 21 Cacti ............................. 68–70

Arapaima.............................50 Birdwing Butterfly.............. 60 Cactus ........................... 68–70


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Caiman ..........................50–51 Clam ................................... 65 Curlew .......................... 12–13

Capuchin .............................45 Coati ................................... 36 Cuscus ................................ 41

Caracal ................................33 Coatimundi ......................... 36 Cyathea............................... 71

Caracara ..............................17 Cobra ............................ 54–55 Cycad...................... 71, 81, 83

Cardinal...............................20 Cochita................................ 40 Cyclamen............................ 80

Cascabel..............................55 Cockatiel............................. 22 Cymbidium ......................... 75

Cascaval..............................55 Cockatoo....................... 24–25 —D—


Dalbergia ............................ 73
Cat.................................33–34 Cock-of-the-Rock ............... 20
Deer .............................. 31–32
Catfish.................................50 Cocobolo............................. 73
Dendrobium.................. 75, 78
Cattleya ...............................75 Coelacanth .......................... 49
Dhole .................................. 32
Caviar..................................49 Coendou.............................. 48
Dicksonia............................ 71
Cavy ....................................47 Colobus......................... 44–46
Dog ............................... 32, 48
Cedar...................................74 Conch.................................. 65
Dolphin......................... 38–40
Cedro Rosa..........................74 Condor ................................ 16
Dove ................................... 13
Ceratozamia ........................82 Conure ................................ 25
Drill .................................... 46
Cetacean........................38–40 Coq De Boise...................... 21
Duck ............................. 11–12
Chachalaca....................17–18 Coral ............................. 60–64
Dudleya .............................. 71
Chameleon ..........................52 Costus ................................. 71
Dugong ............................... 48
Chamois ..............................30 Cotinga ............................... 20
Duiker................................. 29
Cheetah ...............................33 Cougar ................................ 34
Dunnart............................... 41
Chicken ...............................19 Crane................................... 19
—E—
Chimpanzee ........................47 Cristobal ............................. 73
Eagle............................. 15–16
Chinchilla............................47 Crocodile ...................... 50–51
Echidna............................... 41
Chiru ...................................29 Crow ................................... 21
Eesok .................................. 49
Chuckwalla .........................53 Cucumber, Sea.................... 64
Elephant.............................. 43
Cistanche.............................79 Cui-ui.................................. 49
Encephalartos ............... 82, 83
Civet..............................37–38 Curassow ...................... 17–18
Euphorbia ........................... 72

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—F— Ginseng............................... 67 Hippopotamus .................... 31
Falcon ...........................15–17
Goldenseal .......................... 80 Hog ..................................... 32
Fanaloka..............................37
Goose............................ 11, 12 Hogdeer .............................. 31
Fanalouc..............................37
Goral ................................... 29 Honeyeater ......................... 20
Ferret...................................35
Gorilla........................... 44, 47 Hornbill ........................ 13–14
Finch ...................................20
Goshawk ............................. 15 Horse .................................. 42
Fireback ..............................18
Granadillo ........................... 73 Howler-monkey.................. 45
Fish (Bony) ...................49–50
Grebe .................................. 22 Huemal ............................... 31
Fish (Cartilagenous)............28
Greenshank ......................... 13 Hummingbird ..................... 12
Fitzroya ...............................71
Grison ................................. 35 Hwamei .............................. 21
Flamingo .............................13
Guaiac, Oil of ..................... 83 Hybrid animal..................... 10
Flycatcher .....................20, 21
Guan ............................. 17, 18 Hybrid plant ....................... 66
Flying Fox.....................40–41
Guanaco.............................. 30 Hydrocoral.......................... 64
Flytrap, Venus.....................72
Guatemalan Beaded Lizard 52 —I—
Fossa ...................................37 Ibis...................................... 13
Guatemalan Fir ................... 79
Fowl ..............................18–19 Iguana ................................. 53
Guemal ............................... 31
Fox ................................32–33 Ikan..................................... 49
Guenon ............................... 46
Frigatebird...........................21 Insect ............................ 59–60
Gull ..................................... 12
Frog...............................10–11 —J—
Gyrfalcon............................ 17
Jabiru .................................. 13
—G—
—H—
Gaur ....................................28 Jackal.................................. 32
Hangul ................................ 31
Gavial............................50–51 Jacutinga............................. 18
Hare .................................... 41
Gavilan................................17 Jaguar ................................. 34
Hare-wallaby ...................... 41
Gazelle ................................29 Jaguarundi .......................... 33
Harrier................................. 16
Gecko ..................................52 Jungle Fowl ........................ 18
Hawk................................... 15
Ghaap ..................................66 —K—
Hawk-owl ........................... 27
Kagu ................................... 20
Gibbon ................................47
Hawksbill............................ 56
Kakariki.............................. 25
Gila Monster .......................52
Hermit........................... 12, 13
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Kangaroo.............................41 Lungfish.............................. 49 Monkey ........................ 44–46

Kestrel.................................17 Lynx.................................... 33 Monkey-puzzle................... 67

Khar ....................................42 —M— Mouse ................................. 48


Macaque ....................... 44–46
Kiang...................................42 Mouse (Marsupial) ............. 41
Macaw .......................... 23–26
Kinkajou .............................36 Munning ............................. 41
Magnolia............................. 74
Kite ...............................15, 16 Muntjac .............................. 31
Mahogany ..................... 74–75
Komodo Dragon .................53 Musang............................... 38
Mallard ............................... 11
Kouprey ..............................28 Musk Deer .................... 31–32
Mammal........................ 28–49
Kutki ...................................81 Mussel .......................... 64–65
Manatee .............................. 48
—L— Myna .................................. 21
Laelia ............................75, 78 Mandrill .............................. 46
—N—
Lammergier.........................16 Mangabey ........................... 46 Nard.................................... 82

Langur.................................46 Margay................................ 33 Narwhal .............................. 39

Lechwe................................29 Mari .................................... 42 Nepenthes ........................... 75

Leech...................................59 Markhor .............................. 29 Niltava ................................ 20

Lemur......................47, 44–47 Marmoset............................ 45 Nogaed ............................... 73

Leopard .........................33–34 Marmot ............................... 48 —O—


Ocelot ................................. 33
Lignum Vitae ......................83 Marsupial-mouse ................ 41
Olingo................................. 36
Linsang ...............................38 Marten (mam.).................... 35
Onager ................................ 42
Liocichla .............................21 Martin (bird) ....................... 20
Ora...................................... 53
Lion...............................33–34 Mastigure............................ 52
Orangutan........................... 47
Lizard............................52–53 May-apple........................... 67
Orchid........................... 75–79
Loggerhead .........................56 Megapode ........................... 18
Oricilla................................ 33
Lorikeet.........................23–26 Mesia .................................. 21
Oryx.................................... 29
Loris..............................44, 47 Microcycas ................... 82, 83
Osprey ................................ 17
Lory...............................22–25 Mollusc ......................... 64–66
Ostrich ................................ 27
Lourie..................................14 Mongoose ..................... 34, 37
Otter.................................... 35
Lovebird..............................22 Monitor ............................... 53
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Owl ...............................26–27 Pitta..................................... 21 Rhea.................................... 26

Owlet...................................27 Plant.............................. 66–83 Rhim................................... 29

Ox .......................................30 Plant Hybrid........................ 66 Rhinoceros.......................... 42

—P— Porcupine............................ 48 Ring-necked parakeet... 22, 23


Paca.....................................47
Porpoise ........................ 38–40 Robin .................................. 21
Pachypodium ......................67
Potto.................................... 47 Rockfowl ............................ 21
Paddlefish ...........................49
Prarie Chicken .................... 19 Rock-rat.............................. 48
Palm ....................................79
Prarie Dog........................... 48 Rosewood ........................... 73
Palo Santo ...........................83
Primate.......................... 44–47 Rosewood, Honduras ......... 73
Panda...................................36
Pronghorn ........................... 28 Rosewood, Nicaraguan ...... 73
Pangolin ........................42–43
Prosimian...................... 44–45 —S—
Panther ................................34 Saki..................................... 45
Protea.................................. 80
Paphiopedilum ..............75–79 Salamander ......................... 11
Pudu.................................... 31
Parakeet.........................25–26 Sandalwood ........................ 73
Puma ............................. 33–34
Parrot.............................22–26 Sanzinia .............................. 54
Python................................. 55
Partridge........................18–19 Sarracenia ..................... 80–81
—Q—
Peacock ...............................18 Queen Conch ...................... 65 Savannah Dog .................... 32

Peafowl ...............................18 Quetzal................................ 28 Scorpion ............................. 59

Peccary................................32 —R— Scrub-bird........................... 20


Rabbit ................................. 41
Pelican.................................21 Sea Cumber ........................ 64
Rail ..................................... 20
Penguin ...............................26 Sea Turtle ........................... 56
Rainstick ............................. 68
Pernambuco ........................73 Seahorse ............................. 10
Ramin ................................. 82
Phalaenopsis.......................75 Seal ..................................... 36
Rat....................................... 48
Pheasant ........................18–19 Secretary Bird..................... 17
Ratel.................................... 35
Pigeon .................................13 Serow.................................. 29
Rat-kangaroo ...................... 41
Pilgerodendron....................71 Serval.................................. 33
Rattlesnake ......................... 55
Piraucu ................................50 Shark .................................. 28
Reptile........................... 50–59
Pitcher Plant..................75, 80 Sheep ............................ 28, 29
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Shell ..............................64–66 Sturgeon.............................. 49 Toucan.......................... 21, 22

Shoebill ...............................13 Swallowtail ......................... 60 Toucanet ....................... 21, 22

Shrew ..................................48 Swan ................................... 12 Tragopan ............................ 19

Siamang ..............................47 —T— Tree Fern ............................ 71


Takin................................... 29
Silvereye .............................21 Tree-kangaroo .................... 41
Tamaraw ............................. 28
Siskin ..................................20 Tree-partridge..................... 18
Tamarin............................... 45
Sisserou...............................23 Tuatara................................ 52
Tamarou.............................. 28
Skink ...................................53 Turaco ................................ 14
Tanager ............................... 20
Skunk ..................................35 Turkey ................................ 18
Tapir ................................... 42
Sloth........................36, 48, 49 Turtle ............................ 56–59
Tarantula............................. 59
Snail ..............................65–66 —U—
Tasmanian Tiger................. 41 Uakaris ............................... 45
Snake.............................54–56
Tayra................................... 35 Umbrellabird ...................... 20
Snowcock............................19
Teal ..................................... 11 Urial.................................... 29
Snowdrop ............................66
Temelian ............................. 49 —V—
Sparrow...............................20
Vanda ........................... 75–79
Temoleh.............................. 49
Sparrowhawk ......................15
Vanilla ................................ 75
Terrapin .............................. 56
Spider..................................59
Venus Flytrap ..................... 72
Tetracentron........................ 82
Spider-monkey....................45
Vervet ................................. 46
Thamin................................ 31
Spikenard ............................82
Vicuna .......................... 30–31
Thick-knee.......................... 12
Spoonbill.............................13
Viper............................. 55–56
Thylacine ............................ 41
Squirrel .........................47–48
Vulture.......................... 15–16
Tiger ....................... 33, 34, 41
Squirrel-monkey .................46
—W—
Tillandsia ...................... 67–68
Starling................................21
Wallaby .............................. 41
Tinamou.............................. 27
Sternbergia..........................66
Walrus ................................ 36
Toad.................................... 10
Stoat ....................................35
Wapiti ................................. 31
Tomistoma.................... 50, 51
Stone Culew........................12
Warbler............................... 20
Tortoise................... 56, 58, 59
Stork....................................13
Weakfish ............................ 50
Totoaba ............................... 50
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Weasel...........................35, 36 Wood Rail........................... 20 Yallara ................................ 42

Welwitschia ........................82 Woodpecker........................ 21 Yew .................................... 81

Whale ............................38–40 Woylie ................................ 41 —Z—


Zamiaceae .................... 82–83
Whipsnake ..........................54 Wrasse ................................ 50
Zebra .................................. 42
White-eye............................21 —Y—
Yacare................................. 50
Wolf ....................................32
Yak ..................................... 28
Wombat...............................41

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Guide to the List of CITES Species for the Purposes of the
Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999

This is a guide to the list of taxa included on Appendices I, II and III of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild
Fauna and Flora (CITES) in accordance with the provisions of Articles XIV, XV and XVI of the Convention. The list does not include any
other species.

The ‘Taxon’ column of the list includes the scientific name of the listed taxa. The structure of the list is described in more detail below. Note
that where a higher level taxon, such as an entire genus or family, is listed, the guide may provide a list of species, genera or families included
in the higher level taxa. For example, where all Primates (except humans) are listed under CITES as at least Appendix II, several family and
genera names included in the Primates (such as Gorilla) are listed to assist with searching. These lists are not meant to be exhaustive and are
for guidance only. If, for example, Gorilla was not specifically listed under the Primate listing, the listing still applies to Gorillas as the Gorilla
genus belongs to the order Primates.

The ‘Common Names include’ column of the list is included for information only and the scientific name determines if a species is included on
the list.

The ‘Appendix’ column of the list identifies the Appendix of CITES in which the taxon is included. Appendix may also denote an Australian
Government Stricter Domestic Measures where stricter regulation than CITES requirements applies to specific taxa when imported to or
exported from Australia. For example, a species listed by CITES as Appendix II may be treated as if it were Appendix I by Australia. The
notation “p.e.” (possibly extinct) is included for certain species.

The ‘Notation’ column of the list describes the specimens belonging to that species that are included in that entry. The Notation cloumn may
also contain further information regarding Australian Government Stricter Domestic Measures where they apply to specific taxa. In regards to
Appendix III species the country listed in the notation column indicates the country for which the species is listed. If there is no entry in the
“Notation” column then the definition of a specimen for that particular species is taken to be a specimen that is either that species and/or
anything derived from that species.

The ‘First Listed’ column identifies the date on which a taxon was first listed on the CITES Appendices. The date of first listing is retained if a
species is transferred from one appendix to another or if a listed species is subsequently included with other species in the listing of a taxon
above the species level. This list includes such species separately. The date of a subsequent listing in the CITES Appendices is used only if a
species is entirely deleted from the appendices and is subsequently reincluded after an intervening period of time. For the purposes of Stricter
Domestic Measures, species or populations are considered to be ‘First Listed’ on the date on which a taxon was first listed on the CITES
Appendices, not on the date the species or population was first subject to an Australian Stricter Domestic Measure.

The list is organised according to the taxonomic classification of listed species. Taxonomic classification groups living things into a hierarchy
according to their relatedness to one another. Kingdom divides plants from animals. Plants are then grouped into Divisions, animals into Phyla
(singular: Phylum). These groups are then successively divided into Class, Order, Family, Genus and Species.. For example, the tiger is
classified as follows:

Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Chordata
Class: Mammalia
Order: Carnivora
Family: Felidae
Genus: Panthera
Species: tigris

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The list is structured as follows:

Major group Subgroups


Vertebrate Animals
Phylum: Chordata (Chordates)
Class: Actinopterygii (Ray-finned fishes) Family within Order, in alphabetic order.
Class: Amphibia (Amphibians) Family within Order, in alphabetic order.
Class: Aves (Birds) Family within Order, in alphabetic order.
Class: Chondrichthyes (Cartilaginous fishes) Family within Order, in alphabetic order.
Class: Mammalia (Mammals) Family within Order, in alphabetic order.
Class: Osteichthyes (Bony fishes) Family within Order, in alphabetic order.
Class: Reptilia (Reptiles) Family within Order, in alphabetic order.

Invertebrate Animals
Phylum: Annelida (Annelid worms)
Class: Hirudinoidea (Leeches) Family within Order, in alphabetic order.
Phylum: Arthopoda (Arthropods)
Class Arachnida (Arachnids) Family within Order, in alphabetic order.
Class: Insecta (Insects) Family within Order, in alphabetic order.
Phylum: Cnidaria (Coral-like animals)
Class Anthozoa (Corals, sea anemones) Family within Order, in alphabetic order.
Class: Hydrozoa (Sea ferns, fire corals) Family within Order, in alphabetic order.
Phylum: Echinodermata
Class: Holothuroidea (sea cucumbers) Family within Order, in alphabetic order.
Phylum: Mollusca (Molluscs)
Class: Pelecypoda (=Bivalia) Family within Order, in alphabetic order.
Class: Gastropoda (Snails) Family within Order, in alphabetic order.

Plants
Plants: Families, in alphabetic order.

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Kingdom: Animalia (Animals)
Animalia spp. General interpretations:

• Regarding hybrids:
- where at least one of the animals in the previous four generations is of a
species included in Appendix-I, hybrids shall be treated as specimens of
species included in Appendix-I;
- where at least one of the animals in the previous four generations is of a
species included in Appendix-II, and there are no specimens of an Appendix-I
species in such lineage, hybrids shall be treated as specimens of species
included in Appendix-II; and
- where at least one of the animals in the previous four generations is of a
species included in Appendix-III, and there are no specimens of an Appendix-I
or Appendix-II species in such lineage, hybrids shall be treated as specimens
of species included in Appendix-III.

Phylum: Chordata (Chordates)


Class: Actinopterygii (Ray-finned fishes)

Taxon Common names include Appendix Notation First listed


Order: Syngnathiformes
Family: Syngnathidae
Hippocampus spp. seahorses II The entire genus is listed. 15 May 04
This means that all species
and subspecies in the genus
are subject to the Convention.

Exemption: Up to 4 non-live
specimens per person, worn
on the person or contained in
accompanied baggage and for
personal use, do not require
any CITES documentation.
Class: Amphibia (Amphibians)
Taxon Common names include Appendix Notation First listed
Order: Anura
Family: Bufonidae
Altiphrynoides spp. (formerly included in African viviparous toads I The entire genus is listed. 1 Jul 75
Nectophrynoides spp.) This means that all species
and subspecies in the genus
are subject to the Convention.
Atelopus zeteki Zetek’s Frog, I 1 Jul 75
(Panamanian), Golden
Arrow Poison Frog,
Golden Toad
Bufo periglenes Monte Verde Golden Toad I 1 Jul 75
Bufo superciliaris Cameroon Toad I 1 Jul 75
Nectophrynoides spp. African viviparous toads I The entire genus is listed. 1 Jul 75
This means that all species
and subspecies in the genus
are subject to the Convention.
Nimbaphrynoides spp. (formerly included in African viviparous toads I The entire genus is listed. 1 Jul 75
Nectophrynoides spp.) This means that all species
and subspecies in the genus
are subject to the Convention.
Spinophrynoides spp. (formerly included in African viviparous toads I The entire genus is listed. 1 Jul 75
Nectophrynoides spp.) This means that all species
and subspecies in the genus
are subject to the Convention.
Family: Dendrobatidae
Dendrobates spp. (includes Allobates spp. poison dart frogs, poison II The entire genus is listed. 22 Oct 87
And Phobobates spp.) arrow frogs This means that all species
and subspecies in the genus
are subject to the Convention.
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Taxon Common names include Appendix Notation First listed
Epipedobates spp. (formerly included in poison dart frogs, poison II The entire genus is listed. 22 Oct 87
Dendrobates spp.) arrow frogs This means that all species
and subspecies in the genus
are subject to the Convention.
Minyobates spp. (formerly included in poison dart frogs, poison II The entire genus is listed. 22 Oct 87
Dendrobates spp.) arrow frogs This means that all species
and subspecies in the genus
are subject to the Convention.
Phyllobates spp. poison arrow frogs II The entire genus is listed. 22 Oct 87
This means that all species
and subspecies in the genus
are subject to the Convention.
Family: Mantellidae
Mantella spp. mantella frogs II The entire genus is listed. 19 Jul 00
This means that all species
and subspecies in the genus
are subject to the Convention.
Please see below for species
with an earlier date of first
listing.
Mantella aurantiaca Malagasy Golden Mantella II Please refer to Mantella spp. 16 Feb 95
for other species in this genus.
Family: Microhylidae
Dyscophus antongilii Tomato Frog I 22 Oct 87
Scaphiophryne gottlebei Gottlebes Frog II 13 Feb 03
Family: Myobatrachidae
Rheobatrachus spp. Gastric Brooding II The entire genus is listed. 1 Aug 85
(Platypus) Frog This means that all species
and subspecies in the genus
are subject to the Convention.
Family: Ranidae
Euphlyctis hexadactylus (also referenced in Asian Bullfrog, Six- II 1 Aug 85
genus Rana) fingered Frog
Hoplobatrachus tigerinus (also referenced Indian Bullfrog II 1 Aug 85
in genus Rana)
Order: Caudata
Family: Ambystomidae
Ambystoma dumerilii Lake Patzcuaro II 1 Jul 75
Salamander, Achoque
Ambystoma mexicanum Salamander, Axolotl II 1 Jul 75
Family: Cryptobranchidae
Andrias spp. (includes generic synonym Giant Salamanders I The entire genus is listed. 1 Jul 75
Megalobatrachus) This means that all species
and subspecies in the genus
are subject to the Convention.

Class: Aves (Birds)


Order: Anseriformes
Family: Anatidae
Anas aucklandica (includes synonyms Anas Brown Teal, Auckland I 1 Jul 75
chlorotis and Anas nesiotis) Island Flightless Teal,
Campbell Island Flightless
Teal, Campbell Island
Brown Teal, New Zealand
Brown Teal
Anas bernieri Madagascar Teal II 1 Jul 75
Anas formosa Baikal Teal, Spectacled II 11 Jun 92
Teal, Formosa Teal
Anas laysanensis (also referenced as Anas Laysan Duck, Laysan Teal I 1 Jul 75
platyrhynchos laysanensis)
Anas oustaleti (probably a hybrid between Marianas Duck, Island I 1 Jul 75
Anas platyrhynchos and Anas superciliosa) Duck, Oustalet’s Grey
Mallard, Mariana’s
Mallard
Branta canadensis leucopareia Aleutian Goose, Canada I 1 Jul 75
Goose

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Taxon Common names include Appendix Notation First listed
Branta ruficollis Red-breasted Goose II 1 Jul 75
Branta sandvicensis Hawaiian Goose, Nene I 1 Jul 75
Duck
Cairina moschata Muscovy Duck III Only populations of Honduras 13 Apr 87
are subject to the Convention.
Cairina scutulata White-winged Wood Duck I 1 Jul 75
Coscoroba coscoroba Coscoroba Swan II 1 Jul 75
Cygnus melanocorypha Black-necked Swan II 1 Jul 75
Dendrocygna arborea Cuban Tree, Black-billed II 1 Jul 75
Whistling Duck, West
Indian Whistling-duck
Dendrocygna autumnalis Black-bellied III Only populations of Honduras 13 Apr 87
Whistling-duck, Red-billed are subject to the Convention.
Whistling-duck
Dendrocygna bicolor (includes synonym Fulvous Whistling-duck III Only populations of Honduras 26 Feb 76
Dendrocygna fulva) are subject to the Convention.
Oxyura leucocephala White-headed Duck II 22 Apr 76
Rhodonessa caryophyllacea Pink-headed Duck I p.e. Species possibly extinct. 1 Jul 75
Sarkidiornis melanotos Comb Duck, Knob-billed II 1 Jul 75
Duck

Order: Apodiformes
Family: Trochilidae
Trochilidae spp. hummingbirds II The entire family is listed. 22 Oct 87
Genera in the family include: Abeillia, This means that all species
Adelomyia, Aglaeactis, Aglaiocercus, and subspecies within the
Agyrtria, Amazilia, Androdon, Anopetia, genera in this family are
Anthocephala, Anthracothorax, subject to the Convention.
Archilochus, Atthis, Augastes, Basilinna Please see below for species
Boissonneaua, Calliphlox, Calothorax, included in Appendix I.
Calypte, Campylopterus, Chaetocercus,
Chalcostigma, Chalybura, Chlorostilbon,
Chrysolampis, Chrysuronia, Clytolaema,
Coeligena, Colibri, Cyanophaia,
Cynanthus, Discosura, Doricha, Doryfera,
Elvira, Ensifera, Eriocnemis, Eugenes,
Eulampis, Eupherusa, Eutoxeres,
Florisuga, Glaucis, Goethalsia,
Goldmania, Haplophaedia, Heliactin,
Heliangelus, Heliodoxa, Heliomaster,
Heliothryx, Hylocharis, Hylonympha,
Klais, Lafresnaya, Lampornis,
Lamprolaima, Lepidopyga, Lesbia,
Leucippus, Leucochloris, Loddigesia,
Lophornis, Mellisuga, Metallura,
Microchera, Microstilbon, Myrmia,
Myrtis, Ocreatus, Opisthoprora,
Oreonympha, Oreotrochilus, Oxypogon,
Patagona, Phaethornis, Phlogophilus,
Polyerata, Polyonymus, Polytmus,
Pterophanes, Ramphodon, Ramphomicron,
Rhodopis, Sappho, Saucerottia,
Selasphorus, Sephanoides, Stellula,
Stephanoxis, Sternoclyta, Taphrolesbia,
Thalurania, Thaumastura, Threnetes,
Tilmatura, Topaza, Urochroa and
Urosticte.
Glaucis dohrnii (formerly included in genus Hook-billed Hermit I Please refer to Trochilidae 1 Jul 75
Ramphodon) (hummingbird) spp. for other species in this
genus.
Order: Charadriiformes
Family: Burhinidae
Burhinus bistriatus Double-striped Thick-knee, III Only populations of 23 Apr 81
Mexican Stone Curlew Guatemala are subject to the
Convention.
Family: Laridae
Larus relictus Relict Gull, Khar Gull I 1 Jul 75
Family: Scolopacidae
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Taxon Common names include Appendix Notation First listed
Numenius borealis Eskimo Curlew I 1 Jul 75
Numenius tenuirostris Slender Curlew, Billed I 1 Jul 75
Curlew, Long-billed
Curlew
Tringa guttifer Nordmann’s Greenshank, I 1 Jul 75
Spotted Greenshank
Order: Ciconiiformes
Family: Balaenicipitidae
Balaeniceps rex Shoebill II 22 Oct 87
Family: Ciconiidae
Ciconia boyciana (also referenced as Japanese Stork, White I 1 Jul 75
Ciconia ciconia boyciana) Oriental Stork
Ciconia nigra Black Stork II 1 Jul 75
Jabiru mycteria Jabiru I 1 Aug 85
Mycteria cinerea Milky Wood Stork I 22 Oct 87
Family: Phoenicopteridae
Phoenicopteridae spp. flamingos II The entire family is listed. 29 Jul 83
Genera in the family include: This means that all species
Phoenicopterus and subspecies within the
genera in this family are
subject to the Convention.
Please see below for species
with an earlier date of first
listing.
Phoenicopterus andinus Andean Flamingo II Please refer to 1 Jul 75
Phoenicopteridae spp. for
other species in this genus.
Phoenicopterus chilensis Chilean Flamingo II Please refer to 1 Jul 75
Phoenicopteridae spp. for
other species in this genus.
Phoenicopterus jamesi James Flamingo II Please refer to 1 Jul 75
Phoenicopteridae spp. for
other species in this genus.
Phoenicopterus ruber American Flamingo II Please refer to 22 Apr 76
Phoenicopteridae spp. for
other species in this genus.
Phoenicopterus ruber ruber American Flamingo II Please refer to 28 Jun 79
Phoenicopteridae spp. for
other species in this genus.
Family: Threskiornithidae
Eudocimus ruber Scarlet Ibis II 22 Oct 87
Geronticus calvus Southern Bald Ibis II 1 Jul 75
Geronticus eremita Northern Bald Ibis, Hermit I 22 April 76
Ibis
Nipponia nippon Japanese Crested Ibis I 1 Jul 75
Platalea leucorodia White Spoonbill, Eurasian II 1 Jul 75
Spoonbill
Order: Columbiformes
Family: Columbidae
Caloenas nicobarica Nicobar Pigeon, Nicobar I 28 Jun 79
Dove
Columba mayeri (also referenced as Pink Pigeon III Only populations of Mauritius 4 Dec 75
Nesoenas mayeri) are subject to the Convention.
Ducula mindorensis Mindoro Imperial Pigeon, I 1 Jul 75
Mindoro Zone-tailed
Pigeon
Gallicolumba luzonica Bleeding Heart Dove, II 1 Jul 75
Bleeding Heart Pigeon
Goura spp. Crowned Pigeons II The entire genus is listed. 1 Jul 75
This means that all species
and subspecies in the genus
are subject to the Convention.
Order: Coraciiformes
Family: Bucerotidae

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Taxon Common names include Appendix Notation First listed
Aceros spp. Hornbills II The entire genus is listed. 11 Jun 92
This means that all species
and subspecies in the genus
are subject to the Convention.
Please see below for species
included in Appendix I and/or
with an earlier date of first
listing.
Aceros narcondami Narcondam Hornbill II Please refer to Aceros spp. for 1 Jul 75
other species in this genus.
Aceros nipalensis Rufous-necked Hornbill I Please refer to Aceros spp. for 11 Jun 92
other species in this genus.
Aceros subruficollis Plain-pouched Hornbill, I Please refer to Aceros spp. for 11 Jun 92
Blyth’s Hornbill other species in this genus.
Anorrhinus spp. (includes generic synonym hornbills II The entire genus is listed. 11 Jun 92
Ptilolaemus) This means that all species
and subspecies in the genus
are subject to the Convention.
Anthracoceros spp. Hornbills, pied hornbills II The entire genus is listed. 11 Jun 92
This means that all species
and subspecies in the genus
are subject to the Convention.
Buceros spp. Giant hornbills II The entire genus is listed. 11 Jun 92
This means that all species
and subspecies in the genus
are subject to the Convention.
Please see below for species
and subspecies included in
Appendix I and/or with an
earlier date of first listing.
Buceros bicornis Great Pied Hornbill, Great I Please refer to Buceros spp. 1 Jul 75
Indian Hornbill for other species in this genus.
Buceros hydrocorax Rufous Hornbill II Please refer to Buceros spp. 18 Jan 90
for other species in this genus.
Buceros hydrocorax hydrocorax Luzon-marinduque Rufous II Please refer to Buceros spp. 1 Jul 75
Hornbill for other species in this genus.
Buceros rhinoceros Rhinoceros Hornbill II Please refer to Buceros spp. 18 Jan 90
for other species in this genus.
Buceros rhinoceros rhinoceros Malay Rhinoceros Hornbill II Please refer to Buceros spp. 1 Jul 75
for other species in this genus.
Buceros vigil (formerly included in genus Helmeted Hornbill I Please refer to Buceros spp. 1 Jul 75
Rhinoplax) for other species in this genus.
Penelopides spp. Hornbills II The entire genus is listed. 11 Jun 92
This means that all species
and subspecies in the genus
are subject to the Convention.
Order: Cuculiformes
Family: Musophagidae
Musophaga porphyreolopha (formerly Purple-crested Turaco, II 1 Jul 75
included in genus Gallirex; also referenced Violet-crested Turaco
as Tauraco porphyreolophus)
Tauraco spp. Turacos, louries II The entire genus is listed. 16 Feb 95
This means that all species
and subspecies in the genus
are subject to the Convention.
Please see below for species
with an earlier date of first
listing.
Tauraco corythaix Knysna Turaco II Please refer to Tauraco spp. 1 Jul 75
for other species in this genus.
Tauraco macrorhynchus Yellow-billed Turaco II Please refer to Tauraco spp. 26 Feb 76
for other species in this genus.

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Taxon Common names include Appendix Notation First listed
Order: Falconiformes
Falconiformes spp. Eagles, hawks, falcons II The entire order is listed. 28 Jun 79
Families and Genera in the order include: vultures and relatives This means that all families,
Accipitridae: Refer to Accipitridae spp. for genera, species and
a list of genera in this family. subspecies in this order are
subject to the Convention.
Cathartidae: Gymnogyps, Sarcoramphus, Families and genera in this
Vultur. order are listed in column 1.
Falconidae: Daptrius, Falco, Please see below for families,
Herpetotheres, Micrastur, Microhierax, genera, species and
Milvago, Phalcoboenus, Polihierax, subspecies included in
Polyborus, Spiziapteryx. Appendix I or Appendix III
Pandionidae: Pandion and/or with an earlier date of
first listing.
Sagittariidae: Sagittarius

Family: Accipitridae
Accipitridae spp. Hawks, eagles and their II Populations of Costa Rica 28 Oct 76
Genera in family include: Accipiter, allies within this family became
Aegypius, Aquila, Asturina, Aviceda, subject to the Convention on
Busarellus, Butastur, Buteo, Chelictinia, this date>>>
Chondrohierax, Circaetus, Circus, The entire order is listed.
Elanoides, Erythrotriorchis, Eutriorchis, Please refer to Falconiformes
Gampsonyx, Geranoaetus, Geranospiza, spp. for other populations.
Gypaetus, Gypohierax, Haliaeetus,
Haliastur, Hamirostra, Harpia,
Harpyhaliaetus, Harpyopsis,
Henicopernis, Hieraaetus, Ichthyophaga,
Ictinia, Kaupifalco, Leptodon,
Leucopternis, Lophaetus, Lophoictinia,
Macheiramphus, Megatriorchis, Melierax,
Milvus, Morphnus, Necrosyrtes, Neophron,
Oroaetus, Parabuteo, Pithecophaga,
Polemaetus, Polyboroides, Rostrhamus,
Sarcogyps, Spilornis, Spizaetus, Spizastur,
Stephanoaetus, Terathopius, Torgos,
Trigonoceps, Urotriorchis.
Accipiter gentilis Northern Goshawk II Please refer to Accipitridae 4 Feb 77
spp. for other species in this
genus.
Accipiter gundlachi Gundlach’s Hawk II Please refer to Accipitridae 4 Feb 77
spp. for other species in this
genus.
Accipiter nisus European Sparrowhawk II Please refer to Accipitridae 4 Feb 77
spp. for other species in this
genus.
Aegypius monachus European Black Vulture, II Please refer to Accipitridae 4 Feb 77
Cinerous Vulture spp. for other species in this
genus.
Aquila spp. Eagles II The entire genus is listed. 22 Apr 76
This means that all species
and subspecies in the genus
are subject to the Convention.
Please see below for species
in Appendix I and/or with an
earlier date of first listing.
Aquila adalberti (also referenced as Aquila Spanish Imperial Eagle I Please refer to Aquila spp. for 1 Jul75
heliaca adalberti) other species in this genus.
Aquila chrysaetos Golden Eagle II Please refer to Aquila spp. for 1 Jul 75
other species in this genus.
Aquila heliaca Imperial Eagle I Please refer to Aquila spp. for 4 Feb 77
other species in this genus.
Chondrohierax uncinatus wilsonii (also Cuban Hook-billed Kite I Please refer to Accipitridae 4 Feb 77
referenced as Chondrohierax wilsonii) spp. for other species in this
genus.
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Taxon Common names include Appendix Notation First listed
Circaetus spp. Snake-eagles II The entire genus is listed. 4 Feb 77
This means that all species
and subspecies in the genus
are subject to the Convention.
Circus spp. Harriers II The entire genus is listed. 4 Feb 77
This means that all species
and subspecies in the genus
are subject to the Convention.
Gypaetus barbatus Lammergeier II Please refer to Accipitridae 22 Apr 76
spp. for other species in this
genus.
Gypaetus barbatus meridionalis Lammergeier II Please refer to Accipitridae 1 Jul 75
spp. for other species in this
genus.
Gyps fulvus Griffon Vulture II Please refer to Accipitridae 22 Apr 76
spp. for other species in this
genus.
Haliaeetus spp. Sea-eagles, fish-eagles II The entire genus is listed. 4 Feb 77
This means that all species
and subspecies in the genus
are subject to the Convention.
Please see below for species
in Appendix I and/or with an
earlier date of first listing.
Haliaeetus albicilla White-tailed (Sea) Eagle, I Please refer to Haliaeetus 4 Feb 77
Grey Sea Eagle spp. for other species in this
genus.
Haliaeetus albicilla groenlandicus Greenland White-tailed I Please refer to Haliaeetus 1 Jul 75
Sea-eagle spp. for other species in this
genus.
Haliaeetus leucocephalus alascanus Northern Bald Eagle I Please refer to Haliaeetus 16 Nov 75
spp. for other species in this
genus.
Haliaeetus leucocephalus leucocephalus Southern Bald Eagle I Please refer to Haliaeetus 1 Jul 75
spp. for other species in this
genus.
Harpia harpyja Harpy Eagle I Please refer to Accipitridae 1 Jul 75
spp. for other species in this
genus.
Harpyopsis novaeguineae New Guinea Harpy Eagle II Please refer to Accipitridae 4 Feb 77
spp. for other species in this
genus.
Hieraaetus fasciatus Bonelli’s Eagle II Please refer to Accipitridae 22 Apr 76
spp. for other species in this
genus.
Hieraaetus pennatus Booted Eagle II Please refer to Accipitridae 22 Apr 76
spp. for other species in this
genus.
Milvus milvus Red Kite II Please refer to Accipitridae 4 Feb 77
spp. for other species in this
genus.
Pithecophaga jefferyi Philippine Eagle, Monkey- I Please refer to Accipitridae 1 Jul 75
eating Eagle spp. for other species in this
genus.
Family: Cathartidae
Gymnogyps californianus Californian Condor I Please refer to Falconiformes 1 Jul 75
spp. for other species in this
genus.
Sarcoramphus papa King Vulture III Populations of Honduras 13 Apr 87
became subject to the
Convention on this date>>>
Please refer to Falconiformes
spp. for other populations.
Vultur gryphus Andean Condor I Please refer to Falconiformes 1 Jul 75
spp. for other species in this
genus.
Family: Falconidae

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Taxon Common names include Appendix Notation First listed
Falconidae spp. Falcons, caracaras II The entire family is listed. 1 Jul 75
Genera in family include: Daptrius, Falco, This means that all species
Herpetotheres, Micrastur, Microhierax, and subspecies within the
Milvago, Phalcoboenus, Polihierax, genera in this family are
Polyborus, Spiziapteryx. subject to the Convention.
Please see below for species
included in Appendix I.
Falco araea Seychelles Kestrel I Please refer to Falconidae 1 Jul 75
spp. for other species in this
genus.
Falco jugger Laggar Falcon I Please refer to Falconidae 1 Jul 75
spp. for other species in this
genus.
Falco newtoni Aldabra Kestrel I Populations of the Seychelles 1 Jul 75
are Appendix I.
Please refer to Falconidae
spp. listing for all other
populations.
Falco pelegrinoides (also referenced as Barbary Falcon I Please refer to Falconidae 1 Jul 75
Falco peregrinus babylonicus and Falco spp. for other species in this
peregrinus pelegrinoides) genus.
Falco peregrinus Peregrine Falcon I Please refer to Falconidae 1 Jul 75
spp. for other species in this
genus.
Falco punctatus Mauritius Kestrel I Please refer to Falconidae 1 Jul 75
spp. for other species in this
genus.
Falco rusticolus Gyrfalcon I Please refer to Falconidae 1 Jul 75
spp. for other species in this
genus.
Family: Pandionidae
Pandion haliaetus Osprey, gavilan pescador II Please refer to Falconiformes 16 Nov 75
spp. for other species in this
genus.
Family: Sagittariidae
Sagittarius serpentarius Secretary Bird II Please refer to Falconiformes 26 Feb 76
spp. for other species in this
genus.
Order: Galliformes
Family: Cracidae
Crax alberti Blue-knobbed Curassow III Only populations of 21 Sep 88
Columbia are subject to the
Convention.
Crax blumenbachii Red-billed Curassow I 1 Jul 75
Crax daubentoni Yellow-knobbed Curassow III Only populations of 21 Sep 88
Columbia are subject to the
Convention.
Crax globulosa Wattled Curassow III Only populations of 21 Sep 88
Columbia are subject to the
Convention.
Crax rubra Great Curassow III Only populations of 28 Oct 76
Colombia, Guatemala, Costa
Rica and Honduras are
subject to the Convention.
Mitu mitu (also referenced as Crax mitu Mitu, Razor-billed I 1 Jul 75
mitu) Curassow
Oreophasis derbianus Horned Guan I 1 Jul 75
Ortalis vetula Plain Chachalaca III Only populations of 23 Apr 81
Guatemala and Honduras are
subject to the Convention.
Pauxi pauxi Northern Helmeted III Only populations of 21 Sep 88
(also referenced as Crax pauxi) Curassow Columbia are subject to the
Convention.
Penelope albipennis White-winged Guan I 6 Jun 81
Penelope purpurascens Northern Crested Guan III Only populations of Honduras 13 Apr 87
are subject to the Convention.

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Taxon Common names include Appendix Notation First listed
Penelopina nigra Black Chachalaca, III Only populations of 23 Apr 81
Highland Guan Guatemala are subject to the
Convention.
Pipile jacutinga (formerly included in genus Black-faced Piping, I 1 Jul 75
Aburria) Black-fronted Piping Guan,
Black-fronted Curassow
Jacutinga
Pipile pipile (formerly included in genus Trinidad White-headed I 1 Jul 75
Aburria; also referenced as Pipile pipile Curassow, Trinidad White-
pipile) headed Piping Guan
Family: Megapodiidae
Macrocephalon maleo Maleo Megapode I 1 Jul 75
Family: Phasianidae
Agriocharis ocellata Ocellated Turkey III Only populations of 23 Apr 81
Guatemala are subject to the
Convention.
Arborophila charltonii Scaly-breasted Tree- III Only populations of Malaysia 13 Nov 86
partridge, Chestnut- are subject to the Convention.
breasted Tree-partridge
Arborophila orientalis (formerly included Bar-backed Tree-partridge, III Only populations of Malaysia 13 Nov 86
as Arborophila brunneopectus (in part)) Bare-throated Tree- are subject to the Convention.
partridge, Grey-breasted
Partridge
Argusianus argus Great Argus Pheasant II 1 Jul 75
Caloperdix oculea Ferruginous III Only populations of Malaysia 13 Nov 86
Wood-partridge are subject to the Convention.
Catreus wallichii Cheer Pheasant I 1 Jul 75
Crossoptilon crossoptilon White-eared or Tibetan- I 1 Jul 75
eared Pheasant
Crossoptilon harmani (formerly included in Elwes’s Eared Pheasant I 1 Jul 75
species Crossoptilon crossoptilon)
Crossoptilon mantchuricum Brown-eared Pheasant I 1 Jul 75
Gallus sonneratii Sonnerat’s Jungle Fowl, II 1 Jul 75
Gray Jungle Fowl
Ithaginis cruentus Blood Pheasant II 1 Jul 75
Lophophorus impejanus Himalayan Monal, Monal I 1 Jul 75
Pheasant
Lophophorus lhuysii Chinese Monal Pheasant I 1 Jul 75
Lophophorus sclateri Sclater’s Monal Pheasant I 1 Jul 75
Lophura edwardsi Edward’s Pheasant I 1 Jul 75
Lophura erythrophthalma Crestless Fireback III Only populations of Malaysia 13 Nov 86
are subject to the Convention.
Lophura ignita Crested Fireback III Only populations of Malaysia 13 Nov 86
are subject to the Convention.
Lophura imperialis Imperial Pheasant I 1 Jul 75
Lophura swinhoii Swinhoe’s Pheasant I 1 Jul 75
Melanoperdix nigra Black Wood-partridge, III Only populations of Malaysia 13 Nov 86
Black Partridge are subject to the Convention.
Pavo muticus Green Peafowl II 4 Feb 77
Polyplectron bicalcaratum Gray peacock pheasant, II 1 Jul 75
Burmese peacock
Polyplectron emphanum Palawan Peacock-pheasant I 1 Jul 75
Polyplectron germaini Germain’s II 1 Jul 75
Peacock-pheasant
Polyplectron inopinatum Rothschild’s Peacock- III Only populations of Malaysia 13 Nov 86
pheasant, Mountain are subject to the Convention.
Peacock-pheasant
Polyplectron malacense Malaysian II 1 Jul 75
Peacock-pheasant
Polyplectron schleiermacheri (formerly Bornean Peacock-pheasant II 1 Jul 75
included in species Polyplectron
malacense)
Rheinardia ocellata (includes synonym Rheinard’s Crested Argus, I 13 Nov 86
Rheinardia nigrescens) Crested Argus Pheasant
Rhizothera longirostris Long-billed Wood- III Only populations of Malaysia 13 Nov 86
Partridge are subject to the Convention.

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Taxon Common names include Appendix Notation First listed
Rollulus rouloul Crested Partridge, Rouloul, III Only populations of Malaysia 13 Nov 86
Green-winged Wood are subject to the Convention.
Partridge
Syrmaticus ellioti Elliot’s Pheasant I 1 Jul 75
Syrmaticus humiae Bar-tailed Pheasant, Mrs I 1 Jul 75
Hume’s Pheasant
Syrmaticus mikado Mikado Pheasant I 1 Jul 75
Tetraogallus caspius Caspian Snowcock I 1 Jul 75
Tetraogallus tibetanus Tibetan Snowcock I 1 Jul 75
Tragopan blythii Blyth’s Tragopan I 1 Jul 75
Tragopan caboti Cabot’s Tragopan I 1 Jul 75
Tragopan melanocephalus Western Tragopan I 1 Jul 75
Tragopan satyra Satyr Tragopan III Only populations of Nepal are 16 Nov 75
subject to the Convention.
Tympanuchus cupido attwateri Attwater’s Greater Prairie I 1 Jul 75
Chicken
Order: Gruiformes
Family: Gruidae
Gruidae spp. Cranes II The entire family is listed. 1 Aug 85
Genera in family include: Balearica, Grus. This means that all species
and subspecies within the
genera in this family are
subject to the Convention.
Please see below for species
included in Appendix I and/or
with an earlier date of first
listing.
Grus americana Whooping Crane I Please refer to Gruidae spp. 1 Jul 75
listing for all other species in
this genus.
Grus canadensis nesiotes Cuba Sandhill Crane I Please refer to Gruidae spp. 1 Jul 75
listing for other species in this
genus.
Grus canadensis pulla Mississippi Sandhill Crane I Please refer to Gruidae spp. 1 Jul 75
listing for other species in this
genus.
Grus grus Common Crane II Please refer to Gruidae spp. 22 Apr 76
listing for other species in this
genus.
Grus japonensis Japanese Crane, I Please refer to Gruidae spp. 1 Jul 75
Manchurian Crane, Red- listing for other species in this
crowned Crane genus.
Grus leucogeranus Siberian White Crane I Please refer to Gruidae spp. 1 Jul 75
listing for other species in this
genus.
Grus monacha Hooded Crane I Please refer to Gruidae spp. 1 Jul 75
listing for other species in this
genus.
Grus nigricollis Black-necked Crane I Please refer to Gruidae spp. 1 Jul 75
listing for other species in this
genus.
Grus vipio White-naped Crane I Please refer to Gruidae spp. 1 Jul 75
listing for other species in this
genus.
Grus virgo Demoiselle Crane II Please refer to Gruidae spp. 22 Apr 76
listing for other species in this
genus.
Family: Otididae
Otididae spp. Bustards II The entire family is listed. 22 Oct 87
Genera in family include: Ardeotis, This means that all species
Chlamydotis, Eupodotis, Neotis, Otis, and subspecies within the
Tetrax. genera in this family are
subject to the Convention.
Please see below for species
included in Appendix I and/or
with an earlier date of first
listing.

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Taxon Common names include Appendix Notation First listed
Ardeotis nigriceps (also referenced as Great Indian Bustard I Please refer to Otididae spp. 1 Jul 75
Choriotis nigriceps) listing for other species in this
genus.
Chlamydotis undulata Houbara Bustard I Please refer to Otididae spp. 1 Jul 75
listing for other species in this
genus.
Eupodotis bengalensis (also referenced as Bengal Florican, Bengal I Please refer to Otididae spp. 1 Jul 75
Houbaropsis bengalensis) Bustard, Great Bustard listing for other species in this
genus.
Tetrax tetrax Little Bustard II Please refer to Otididae spp. 22 Apr 76
listing for other species in this
genus.
Family: Rallidae
Gallirallus sylvestris (also referenced as Lord Howe Island Wood I 1 Jul 75
Tricholimnas sylvestris) Rail
Family: Rhynochetidae
Rhynochetos jubatus Kagu I 1 Jul 75
Order: Passeriformes
Family: Atrichornithidae
Atrichornis clamosus Noisy Scrub-bird, Western I 1 Jul 75
Scrub-bird
Family: Cotingidae
Cephalopterus ornatus Amazonian Umbrellabird III Only populations of 21 Sep 88
Columbia are subject to the
Convention.
Cephalopterus penduliger Long-wattled Umbrellabird III Only populations of 21 Sep 88
Columbia are subject to the
Convention.
Cotinga maculata Spotted Cotinga, Banded I 1 Jul 75
Cotinga
Rupicola spp. Cocks-of-the-rock II The entire genus is listed. 1 Jul 75
This means that all species
and subspecies in the genus
are subject to the Convention.
Xipholena atropurpurea White-winged Cotinga I 1 Jul 75
Family: Emberizidae
Gubernatrix cristata Yellow Cardinal II 14 Jul 76
Paroaria capitata Yellow-billed Cardinal II 22 Oct 87
Paroaria coronata Red-crested Cardinal II 22 Oct 87
Tangara fastuosa Seven-colored Tanager II 18 Sep 97
Family: Estrildidae
Amandava formosa Green Avadavat II 28 Sep 97
Padda oryzivora Java Sparrow II 28 Sep 97

Poephila cincta cincta Black-throated Finch, II 17 Oct 80


Parson Finch
Family: Fringillidae
Carduelis cucullata (formerly included in Red Siskin I 1 Jul 75
genus Spinus)
Carduelis yarrellii (formerly included in Yellow-faced Siskin II 1 Jul 75
genus Spinus)
Family: Hirundinidae
Pseudochelidon sirintarae White-eyed River Martin I 1 Jul 75
Family: Icteridae
Agelaius flavus (includes generic synonym Saffron-cowled Blackbird I 14 Jul 76
Xanthopsar)
Family: Meliphagidae
Lichenostomus melanops cassidix (also Helmeted Honeyeater I 1 Jul 75
referenced as Meliphaga cassidix)
Family: Muscicapidae
Bebrornis rodericanus Rodriquez Island Warbler III Only populations of Mauritius 4 Dec 75
are subject to the Convention.
Cyornis ruckii (also referenced as Rueck’s Blue Flycatcher, II 1 Jul 75
Muscicapa ruecki or Niltava ruecki) Niltava
Dasyornis broadbenti litoralis Western Rufous Bristlebird I p.e. Species possibly extinct. 1 Jul 75
Dasyornis longirostris (also referenced as Western Bristlebird I 1 Jul 75
Dasyornis brachypterus longirostris)

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Garrulax canorus Hwamei II 19 Jul 00
Leiothrix argentauris Silver-eared Mesia II 18 Sep 97
Leiothrix lutea Pekin Robin II 18 Sep 97
Liocichla omeiensis Omei Shan Liocichla II 18 Sep 97
Picathartes gymnocephalus Bare-headed, White- I 1 Jul 75
necked Rockfowl, White-
necked Bald Crow
Picathartes oreas Gray-necked, Red-Headed I 1 Jul 75
Rockfowl, Grey-Necked
Bald Crow
Terpsiphone bourbonnensis (also referenced Coq De Boise, Mascarene III Only populations of Mauritius 4 Dec 75
as Tchitrea bourbonnensis) Paradise Flycatcher are subject to the Convention.
Family: Paradisaeidae
Paradisaeidae spp. Birds of Paradise II The entire family is listed. 1 Jul 75
Genera in family include: Astrapia, This means that all species
Cicinnurus, Cnemophilus, Epimachus, and subspecies within the
Loboparadisea, Lophorina, Lycocorax, genera in this family are
Macgregoria, Manucodia, Melampitta, subject to the Convention.
Paradigalla, Paradisaea, Parotia,
Pteridophora, Ptiloris, Seleucidis,
Semioptera.
Family: Pittidae
Pitta guajana Blue-tailed, Banded Pitta II 7 Dec 87
Pitta gurneyi Gurney’s Pitta I 7 Dec 87
Pitta kochi Koch’s Pitta I 1 Jul 75
Pitta nympha (also referenced as Pitta Japanese Fairy Pitta, Blue- II 1 Jul 75
brachyura nympha) winged Pitta
Family: Pycnonotidae
Pycnonotus zeylanicus Straw-headed Bulbul II 18 Sep 97
Family: Sturnidae
Gracula religiosa Hill Myna II 11 Jun 92
Leucopsar rothschildi Rothschild’s Starling, I 1 Jul 75
Myna
Family: Zosteropidae
Zosterops albogularis Silvereye, White-chested I 1 Jul 75
White-eye, Norfolk Island
White-eye
Order: Pelecaniformes
Family: Fregatidae
Fregata andrewsi Andrew’s Frigatebird, I 1 Jul 75
Christmas Island
Frigatebird
Family: Pelecanidae
Pelecanus crispus Dalmatian Pelican I 1 Jul 75
Family: Sulidae
Papasula abbotti (also referenced as Sula Abbott’s Booby I 1 Jul 75
abbotti)
Order: Piciformes
Family: Capitonidae
Semnornis ramphastinus Toucan Barbet III Only populations of 28 May 89
Columbia are subject to the
Convention.
Family: Picidae
Campephilus imperialis Imperial Woodpecker I 1 Jul 75
Dryocopus javensis richardsi Tristam’s White-bellied I 1 Jul 75
Woodpecker

Family: Ramphastidae
Baillonius bailloni Saffron Toucanet III Only populations of 11 Jun 92
Argentina are subject to the
Convention.
Pteroglossus aracari Black-necked Aracari II 11 Jun 92
Pteroglossus castanotis Chestnut-eared Aracari III Only populations of 11 Jun 92
Argentina are subject to the
Convention.
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Pteroglossus viridis Green Aracari II 11 Jun 92
Ramphastos dicolorus Red-breasted Toucan III Only populations of 11 Jun 92
Argentina are subject to the
Convention.
Ramphastos sulphuratus Keel-billed Toucan II 23 Apr 81
Ramphastos toco Toco Toucan II 11 Jun 92
Ramphastos tucanus Red-billed Toucan II 11 Jun 92
Ramphastos vitellinus Channel-billed Toucan II 11 Jun 92
Selenidera maculirostris Spot-billed Toucanet III Only populations of 11 Jun 92
Argentina are subject to the
Convention.
Order: Podicipediformes
Family: Podicipedidae
Podilymbus gigas Atitlan (Pied-billed) Grebe, I 1 Jul 75
Giant Pied-billed Grebe
Order: Procellariiformes
Family: Diomedeidae
Diomedea albatrus Short-tailed Albatross, I 1 Jul 75
Stellar’s Albatross
Order: Psittaciformes
Psittaciformes spp. Parrots and their allies II The entire order is listed. This 6 Jun 81
Families and Genera in this order include: means that all families,
Psittacidae: Refer to Psittacidae spp. for genera, species and
list of genera in this family. subspecies in this order,
except for Melopsittacus
undulatus (Budgerigar)
Nymphicus hollandicus
(Cockatiel), Psittacula
krameri (ring-necked
parakeet) and Agapornis
roseicollis (Peach-faced
Lovebird), are subject to the
Convention. Families and
genera in this order are listed
in column 1.
Please see below for families,
species and subspecies
included in Appendix I and/or
with an earlier date of first
listing.

Family: Psittacidae

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Taxon Common names include Appendix Notation First listed
Psittacidae spp. Parrots II Populations of Ghana within 26 Feb 76
Genera in this family include: Agapornis, this family became subject to
Alisterus, Amazona, Anodorhynchus, the Convention on this
Aprosmictus, Ara, Aratinga, Barnardius, date>>>
Bolbopsittacus, Bolborhynchus, Please refer to Psittaciformes
Brotegeris, Cacatua, Callocephalon, spp. for other populations.
Calyptorhynchus, Chalcopsitta, The entire family is listed.
Charmosyna, Coracopsis, Cyanoliseus, This means that all genera,
Cyanopsitta, Cyanoramphus, Cyclopsitta, species and
Deroptyus, Diopsittaca, Ecelectus, subspecies in this order,
Enicognathus, Eolophus, Eos, except for Melopsittacus
Eunymphicus, Forpus, Geoffroyus, undulatus (Budgerigar)
Geopsittacus, Glossopsitta, Nymphicus hollandicus
Graydidascalus, Guarouba, (Cockatiel), Psittacula
Hapalopsittaca, Lathamus, Leptosittaca, krameri (ring-necked
Loriculus, Lorius, Micropsitta, Myiopsitta, parakeet) and Agapornis
Nandayus, Nannopsittaca, Neophema, roseicollis (Peach-faced
Neopsephotus, Nestor, Northiella, Lovebird), are subject to the
Ognorhynchus, Oreopsittacus, Convention.
Orthopsittaca, Pezoporus, Phigys, Please see below for genera,
Pionites, Pionopsitta, Pionus, Platycercus, species and subspecies
Poicephalus, Polytelis, Prioniturus, included in Appendix I and/or
Probosciger, Propyrrhura, Prosopeia, with an earlier date of first
Psephotus, Pseudeos, Psilopsiagon, listing.
Psittacella, Psittacula, Psittaculirostris,
Psittacus, Psitteuteles, Psittinus,
Psittrichas, Purpureicephalus, Pyrrhura,
Rhynchopsitta, Strigops, Tanygnathus,
Touit, Trichoglossus, Triclaria, Vini.
Amazona arausiaca Red-necked Amazon I Please refer to Psittacidae 6 Jun 81
Parrot spp. for other species in this
genus.
Amazona barbadensis Yellow-shouldered I Please refer to Psittacidae 6 Jun 81
Amazon Parrot spp. for other species in this
genus.
Amazona brasiliensis Red-tailed Amazon Parrot I Please refer to Psittacidae 6 Jun 81
spp. for other species in this
genus.
Amazona finschi Lilac-crowned Amazon, I Please refer to Psittacidae 6 Jun 81
Lilac-crowned Parrot spp. for other species in this
genus.
Amazona guildingii St. Vincent Amazon Parrot I Please refer to Psittacidae 1 Jul 75
spp. for other species in this
genus.
Amazona imperialis Imperial Amazon Parrot, I Please refer to Psittacidae 1 Jul 75
Sisserou spp. for other species in this
genus.
Amazona leucocephala Cuban Parrot, Bahaman I Please refer to Psittacidae 1 Jul 75
Parrot spp. for other species in this
genus.
Amazona ochrocephala auropalliata Yellow-naped Parrot I Please refer to Psittacidae 6 Jun 81
spp. for other species in this
genus.
Amazona ochrocephala belizensis Yellow-crowned Parrot I Please refer to Psittacidae 6 Jun 81
spp. for other species in this
genus.
Amazona ochrocephala caribaea Yellow-crowned Parrot I Please refer to Psittacidae 6 Jun 81
spp. for other species in this
genus.
Amazona ochrocephala oratrix Yellow-crowned Parrot I Please refer to Psittacidae 6 Jun 81
spp. for other species in this
genus.
Amazona ochrocephala parvipes Yellow-crowned Parrot I Please refer to Psittacidae 6 Jun 81
spp. for other species in this
genus.
Amazona ochrocephala tresmariae Yellow-crowned Parrot I Please refer to Psittacidae 6 Jun 81
spp. for other species in this
genus.

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Taxon Common names include Appendix Notation First listed
Amazona pretrei Red-spectacted Amazon I Please refer to Psittacidae 1 Jul 75
Parrot spp. for other species in this
genus.
Amazona rhodocorytha (also referenced as Red-browed Amazon I Please refer to Psittacidae 1 Jul 75
Amazona dufresniana rhodocorytha) Parrot spp. for other species in this
genus.
Amazona tucumana Tucuman Amazon Parrot I Please refer to Psittacidae 6 Jun 81
spp. for other species in this
genus.
Amazona versicolor St. Lucia Amazon Parrot I Please refer to Psittacidae 1 Jul 75
spp. for other species in this
genus.
Amazona vinacea Vinaceous Amazon Parrot I Please refer to Psittacidae 1 Jul 75
spp. for other species in this
genus.
Amazona viridigenalis Red-Crowned Parrot, I Please refer to Psittacidae 6 Jun 81
Green-cheeked Parrot spp. for other species in this
genus.
Amazona vittata Puerto Rican Parrot, Red- I Please refer to Psittacidae 1 Jul 75
fronted Amazon Parrot spp. for other species in this
genus.
Anodorhynchus spp. Macaws I The entire genus is listed. 6 Jun 81
This means that all species
and subspecies in the genus
are subject to the Convention.
Please see below for species
and subspecies with an earlier
date of first listing.
Anodorhynchus glaucus Glaucous Macaw I Please refer to 1 Jul 75
Anodorhynchus spp. for other
species in this genus.
Anodorhynchus leari Lear’s Macaw, Indigo I Please refer to 1 Jul 75
Macaw Anodorhynchus spp. for other
species in this genus.
Ara ambigua Buffon’s Macaw, Great I Please refer to Psittacidae 28 Oct 76
Green Macaw spp. for other species in this
genus.
Ara glaucogularis (often traded under the Caninde Macaw I Please refer to Psittacidae 6 Jun 81
incorrect designation Ara caninde) spp. for other species in this
genus.
Ara macao Scarlet Macaw I Please refer to Psittacidae 28 Oct 76
spp. for other species in this
genus.
Ara militaris Military Macaw I Please refer to Psittacidae 6 Jun 81
spp. for other species in this
genus.
Ara rubrogenys Red-fronted Macaw I Please refer to Psittacidae 6 Jun 81
spp. for other species in this
genus.
Cacatua goffini Goffin’s Cockatoo I Please refer to Psittacidae 6 Jun 81
spp. for other species in this
genus.
Cacatua haematuropygia Philippine Cockatoo, I Please refer to Psittacidae 6 Jun 81
Red-vented Cockatoo spp. for other species in this
genus.
Cacatua moluccensis Moluccan Cockatoo, I Please refer to Psittacidae 6 Jun 81
Salmon Crested Cockatoo spp. for other species in this
genus.
Cacatua sulphurea Lesser Sulphur-crested I Please refer to Psittacidae 6 Jun 81
Cockatoo, Yellow-crested spp. for other species in this
Cockatoo genus.
Cacatua tenuirostris Long-billed Corella, II Please refer to Psittacidae 4 Feb 77
Slender-billed Cockatoo spp. for other species in this
genus.
Calyptorhynchus lathami Glossy Black Cockatoo II Please refer to Psittacidae 4 Feb 77
spp. for other species in this
genus.

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Coracopsis nigra barklyi Seychelles Vasa Parrot II Please refer to Psittacidae 1 Jul 75
spp. for other species in this
genus.
Cyanoliseus patagonus byroni Burrowing Parakeet II Please refer to Psittacidae 28 Jun 79
spp. for other species in this
genus.
Cyanopsitta spixii Spix’s Macaw I Please refer to Psittacidae 1 Jul 75
spp. for other species in this
genus.
Cyanoramphus forbesi Forbes’ Parakeet, I Please refer to Psittacidae 1 Jul 75
Yellow-fronted Parakeet, spp. for other species in this
Forbe’s Kakariki genus.
Cyanoramphus malherbi Orange-fronted Parakeet II Please refer to Psittacidae 1 Jul 75
spp. for other species in this
genus.
Cyanoramphus novaezelandiae (includes New Zealand Parakeet, I Please refer to Psittacidae 1 Jul 75
synonym Cyanoramphus cookii) Red-fronted Parakeet spp. for other species in this
genus.
Cyanoramphus unicolor Antipodes Green Parakeet II Please refer to Psittacidae 1 Jul 75
spp. for other species in this
genus.
Cyclopsitta diophthalma coxeni (also Coxen’s Fig Parrot I Please refer to Psittacidae 1 Jul 75
referenced as Opopsitta diophthalma spp. for other species in this
coxeni) genus.
Eos histrio Red Lory, Blue Lory I Please refer to Psittacidae 6 Jun 81
spp. for other species in this
genus.
Eunymphicus cornutus (includes Horned Parakeet I Please refer to Psittacidae 1 Jul 75
Eunymphicus cornutus cornutus and spp. for other species in this
Eunymphicus cornutus uvaeensis) genus.
Geopsittacus occidentalis (also referenced Night Parrot, Australian I p.e. Please refer to Psittacidae 1 Jul 75
as Pezoporus occidentalis) Night Parrot spp. for other species in this
genus.
Guarouba guarouba (formerly referenced Golden Parakeet I Please refer to Psittacidae 1 Jul 75
as Aratinga guarouba) spp. for other species in this
genus.
Neophema chrysogaster Orange-bellied Parakeet I Please refer to Psittacidae 1 Jul 75
spp. for other species in this
genus.
Neophema splendida Scarlet-chested Parakeet II Please refer to Psittacidae 1 Jul 75
spp. for other species in this
genus.
Northiella haematogaster narethae Blue-bonnet Parrot II Please refer to Psittacidae 4 Feb 77
(Psephotus haematogaster narethae) spp. for other species in this
genus.
Ognorhynchus icterotis Yellow-eared Conure I Please refer to Psittacidae 6 Jun 81
spp. for other species in this
genus.
Pezoporus wallicus Ground Parrot I Please refer to Psittacidae 4 Feb 77
spp. for other species in this
genus.
Pionopsitta pileata Red-capped Parrot, I Please refer to Psittacidae 1 Jul 75
Pileated Parrot spp. for other species in this
genus.
Poicephalus robustus Cape Parrot II Please refer to Psittacidae 1 Jul 75
spp. for other species in this
genus.
Polytelis alexandrae Princess Parrot II Please refer to Psittacidae 4 Feb 77
spp. for other species in this
genus.
Probosciger aterrimus Great Black Cockatoo, I Please refer to Psittacidae 1 Jul 75
Palm Cockatoo spp. for other species in this
genus.
Propyrrhura couloni (formerly referenced Blue-headed Macaw I Please refer to Psittacidae 6 Jun 81
as Ara couloni) spp. for other species in this
genus.

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Propyrrhura maracana (formerly Blue-winged Macaw I Please refer to Psittacidae 6 Jun 81
referenced as Ara maracana) spp. for other species in this
genus.
Prosopeia personata Masked Shining Parrot, II Please refer to Psittacidae 1 Jul 75
Yellow-breasted Musk spp. for other species in this
Parrot genus.
Psephotus chrysopterygius Golden-shouldered I Please refer to Psittacidae 1 Jul 75
Parakeet spp. for other species in this
genus.
Psephotus dissimilis (formerly included in Hooded Parrot I Please refer to Psittacidae 1 Jul 75
species Psephotus chrysopterygius) spp. for other species in this
genus.
Psephotus pulcherrimus Paradise Parakeet I p.e. Please refer to Psittacidae 1 Jul 75
spp. for other species in this
genus.
Species possibly extinct.
Psittacula echo (also referenced as Rose-ringed Parakeet, I Please refer to Psittacidae 1 Jul 75
Psittacula krameri echo) Mauritius Ring-necked spp. for other species in this
Parakeet genus.
Psittacus erithacus princeps Principe Parrot II Please refer to Psittacidae 1 Jul 75
spp. for other species in this
genus.
Pyrrhura cruentata Blue-throated Parakeet, I Please refer to Psittacidae 1 Jul 75
Ochre-marked Parakeet spp. for other species in this
genus.
Rhynchopsitta spp. Thick-billed Parrot, I The entire genus is listed. 6 Jun 81
Maroon-fronted Parrot This means that all species
and subspecies in the genus
are subject to the Convention.
Please see below for species
with an earlier date of first
listing.
Rhynchopsitta pachyrhyncha Thick-billed Parrot I Please refer to Rhynchopsitta 1 Jul 75
spp. for other species in this
genus.
Rhynchopsitta terrisi (also referenced as Maroon-fronted Parrot I Please refer to Rhynchopsitta 1 Jul 75
Rhynchopsitta pachyrhyncha terrisi) spp. for other species in this
genus.
Strigops habroptilus Kakapo, Owl Parrot I Please refer to Psittacidae 1 Jul 75
spp. for other species in this
genus.
Tanygnathus lucionensis Blue-naped Parrot II Please refer to Psittacidae 1 Jul 75
spp. for other species in this
genus.
Vini ultramarina Ultramarine Lorikeet I Please refer to Psittacidae 6 Jun 81
spp. for other species in this
genus.
Order: Rheiformes
Family: Rheidae
Rhea americana Greater Rhea, Common II 14 Jul 76
Rhea
Rhea americana albescens Greater Rhea II 1 Jul 75
Rhea pennata (also referenced as Lesser Rhea I 28 Jun 79
Pterocnemia)
Rhea pennata garleppi (also referenced as Lesser Rhea I 1 Jul 75
Pterocnemia)
Rhea pennata pennata (also referenced as Darwin’s Rhea II 1 Jul 75
Pterocnemia)
Order: Sphenisciformes
Family: Spheniscidae
Spheniscus demersus Jackass, Blackfooted Cape II 1 Jul 75
Penguin
Spheniscus humboldti Humboldt Penguin, I 6 Jun 81
Peruvian Penguin

Order: Strigiformes
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Taxon Common names include Appendix Notation First listed
Strigiformes spp. Owls II The entire order is listed. This 28 Jun 79
Families and Genera in order include: means that all families,
Strigidae: Aegolius, Asio, Athene, Bubo, genera, species and
Glaucidium, Jubula, Ketupa, Lophostrix, subspecies in this order are
Micrathene, Mimizuku, Nesasio, Ninox, subject to the Convention.
Nyctea, Otus, Pseudoscops, Pulsatrix, Families and genera in this
Sceloglaux, Scotopelia, Speotyto, Strix, order are listed in column 1.
Surnia, Uroglaux, Xenoglaux. Please see below for families,
genera, species and
Tytonidae: Phodilus, Tyto. subspecies included in
Appendix I and/or with an
earlier date of first listing.
Family: Strigidae
Strigidae spp. Typical owls II Populations of Ghana within 26 Feb 76
Genera in family include: Aegolius, Asio, this family became subject to
Athene, Bubo, Glaucidium, Jubula, the Convention on this
Ketupa, Lophostrix, Micrathene, date>>>
Mimizuku, Nesasio, Ninox, Nyctea, Otus, The entire order is listed.
Pseudoscops, Pulsatrix, Sceloglaux, Please refer to Strigiformes
Scotopelia, Speotyto, Strix, Surnia, spp. for other populations.
Uroglaux, Xenoglaux.
Athene blewitti Forest Little Owl, Forest I Please refer to Strigidae spp. 28 Jun 79
Spotted Owlet for other species in this genus.

Bubo bubo Eurasian Eagle Owl II Please refer to Strigidae spp. 22 Apr 76
for other species in this genus.
Mimizuku gurneyi (also referenced as Otus Giant Scops Owl I Please refer to Strigidae spp. 1 Jul 75
gurneyi) for other species in this genus.
Ninox novaeseelandiae undulata (also Norfolk Island Boobook I Please refer to Strigidae spp. 4 Feb 77
referenced as Ninox novaeseelandiae (hawk) Owl for other species in this genus.
royana)
Ninox squamipila natalis Christmas Island (Hawk) I Please refer to Strigidae spp. 4 Feb 77
Owl, Moluccan Hawk-owl for other species in this genus.
Nyctea scandiaca Snowy Owl II Please refer to Strigidae spp. 16 Nov 75
for other species in this genus.
Otus nudipes newtoni Virgin Island Screech Owl II Please refer to Strigidae spp. 1 Jul 75
for other species in this genus.
Strix butleri Desert Owl, Hume’s Wood II Please refer to Strigidae spp. 4 Feb 77
Owl for other species in this genus.
Strix nebulosa Great Gray Owl II Please refer to Strigidae spp. 16 Nov 75
for other species in this genus.
Family: Tytonidae
Tytonidae spp. Barn owls, grass owls II Populations of Ghana within 26 Feb 76
Genera in family include: Phodilus, Tyto. this family became subject to
the Convention on this
date>>>
The entire order is listed.
Please refer to Strigiformes
spp. for other populations.
Please see below for species
included in Appendix I.
Tyto soumagnei Madagascar Red Owl, I Please refer to Tytonidae spp. 4 Feb 77
Madagascar Grass Owl for other species in this genus.
Order: Struthioniformes
Family: Struthionidae
Struthio camelus Ostrich I Only populations of Algeria, 29 Jul 83
Burkina Faso, Cameroon, the
Central African Republic,
Chad, Mali, Mauritania,
Morocco, the Niger, Nigeria,
Senegal and the Sudan are
subject to the Convention.
Order: Tinamiformes
Family: Tinamidae
Tinamus solitarius Solitary Tinamou I 1 Jul 75

Order: Trogoniformes
Family: Trogonidae
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Taxon Common names include Appendix Notation First listed
Pharomachrus mocinno Resplendent Quetzal I 1 Jul 75
Class: Elasmobranchii (Sharks)
Taxon Common name Appendix Notation First listed
Order: Lamniformes
Family: Cetorhinidae
Cetorhinus maximus Basking Shark II Please see below for 13 Feb 03
populations with an earlier
date of first listing.
Cetorhinus maximus Basking Shark II Populations of the United 13 Sep 00
Kingdom became subject to
the Convention on this
date>>>
Please refer to above listing
for all other populations.
Family: Lamnidae
Carcharodon carcharias Great White Shark II Please see below for 12 Jan 05
populations with an earlier
date of first listing.
Carcharodon carcharias Great White Shark II Populations of Australia 10 Aug 01
became subject to the
Convention on this date>>>
Please refer to above listing
for all other populations.
Order: Orectolobiformes
Family: Rhincodontidae
Rhincodon typus Whale Shark II 13 Feb 03
Order: Rajiformes
Family: Pristidae
Pristidae Sawfish I The entire family is listed. 13 Sept 07
Genera in this family include: This means that all genera,
Anoxypristis, Pristis species and subspecies in this
order are subject to the
Convention.
See below listing for species
included in Appendix II.
Pristis microdon Freshwater Sawfish II For the exclusive purpose of 13 Sept 07
allowing international trade in
live animals to appropriate
and acceptable aquaria for
primarily conservation
purposes.
Class: Mammalia (Mammals)
Taxon Common name Appendix Notation First listed
Order: Artiodactyla
Family: Antilocapridae
Antilocapra americana Mexican Pronghorn I Only populations of Mexico 1 Jul 75
are subject to the Convention.
Family: Bovidae
Addax nasomaculatus Addax I 1 Jul 75
Ammotragus lervia Barbary Sheep, Aoudad II 22 Apr 76
Antilope cervicapra Blackbuck Antelope, Sasin III Only populations of Nepal are 16 Nov 75
subject to the Convention.
Bison bison athabascae Wood Bison II 1 Jul 75
Bos gaurus (excludes the domesticated form Saladang, Gaur, Indian I 1 Jul 75
of Bos gaurus referenced as Bos frontalis) Wild Ox
Bos mutus (excludes the domesticated form Wild Yak I 1 Jul 75
of Bos gaurus referenced as Bos frontalis)
Bos sauveli (includes generic synonym Kouprey I 1 Jul 75
Novibos)
Bubalus arnee (excludes the domesticated Wild Water Buffalo, Wild III Only populations of Nepal are 16 Nov 75
form, which is referenced as Bubalus Asiatic Buffalo subject to the Convention.
bubalis)
Bubalus depressicornis (includes generic Lowland Anoa I 1 Jul 75
synonym Anoa)
Bubalus mindorensis (includes generic Tamaraw or Tamarou I 1 Jul 75
synonym Anoa)

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Bubalus quarlesi (includes generic Mountain Anoa I 1 Jul 75
synonym Anoa)
Budorcas taxicolor Takin II 1 Aug 85
Capra falconeri Markhor I 1 Jul 75
Cephalophus dorsalis Bay Duiker II 29 Jul 83
Cephalophus jentinki Jentink’s Duiker I 29 Jul 83
Cephalophus monticola Blue (Antelope) Duiker II 1 Jul 75
Cephalophus ogilbyi Ogilby’s Duiker II 29 Jul 83
Cephalophus silvicultor Yellow-Backed Duiker, II 29 Jul 83
Giant Duiker
Cephalophus zebra Zebra-Banded Duiker II 29 Jul 83
Damaliscus pygargus pygargus (also (Antelope) Bontebok II 1 Jul 75
referenced as Damaliscus dorcas dorcas)
Gazella cuvieri Cuvier’s Gazelle, Atlas I See below for populations 13 Sept 07
Gazelle, Mountain Gazelle, with an earlier date of first
Edmi Gazelle listing.
Gazella cuvieri Cuvier’s Gazelle, Atlas I Populations of Tunisia 22 Apr 76
Gazelle, Mountain Gazelle, became subject to the
Edmi Gazelle Convention on this date>>>
Please see above listing for
other populations.
Gazella dama Dama Gazelle I 29 Jul 83
Gazella dorcas Dorcas gazelle III Only populations of Tunisia 22 Apr 76
are subject to the Convention.
Populations of Algeria are
also subject - see other listing
for this species for listing
date.
Gazella dorcas Dorcas gazelle III Only populations of Algeria 12 Feb 08
are subject to the Convention.
Populations of Tunisia are
also subject - see other listing
for this species for listing
date.
Gazella leptoceros Slender-Horned Gazelle, I See below for populations 13 Sept 07
Rhim with an earlier date of first
listing.
Gazella leptoceros Slender-Horned Gazelle, I Populations of Tunisia 22 Apr 76
Rhim became subject to the
Convention on this date>>>
Please see above listing for
other populations.
Hippotragus niger variani Giant Sable Antelope I 1 Jul 75
Kobus leche Lechwe II 1 Jul 75
Naemorhedus baileyi (formerly included in Goral I 1 Jul 75
species Naemorhedus goral)
Naemorhedus caudatus (formerly included Goral I 1 Jul 75
in species Naemorhedus goral)
Naemorhedus goral Goral I 1 Jul 75
Naemorhedus sumatraensis (also referenced Serow I 1 Jul 75
as Capricornis sumatraensis)
Oryx dammah (includes synonym Oryx tao) Scimitar-Horned Oryx, I 1 Jul 75
White Oryx
Oryx leucoryx Arabian Oryx I 1 Jul 75
Ovis ammon Argali II Please see below for 1 Jul 75
subspecies in Appendix I.
Ovis ammon hodgsonii Great Tibetan Sheep, I 1 Jul 75
Nyan, Tibetan Argali
Ovis ammon nigrimontana Kara Tau Argali I 1 Jul 75
Ovis canadensis Mexican Bighorn Sheep II Only populations of Mexico 1 Jul 75
are subject to the Convention.
Ovis orientalis ophion (includes synonym Cyprian Red Sheep I 1 Jul 75
Ovis aries ophion)
Ovis vignei Urial II Please see below for 19 Jul 00
subspecies in Appendix I.
Ovis vignei vignei (formerly included as Ladakh Urial I 1 Jul 75
Ovis vignei)
Pantholops hodgsonii Chiru, Tibetan Antelope I 1 Jul 75

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Pseudoryx nghetinhensis Vu Quang Ox I 16 Feb 95
Rupicapra pyrenaica ornata (also Apennian Chamois, I 1 Jul 75
referenced as Rupicapra rupicapra ornata) Abruzzi Chamois
Saiga tatarica Saiga Antelope II 16 Feb 95
Tetracerus quadricornis Four-horned Antelope, III Only populations of Nepal are 16 Nov 75
Chousingha subject to the Convention.
Family: Camelidae
Lama guanicoe Guanaco II 12 Aug 78
Vicugna vicugna Vicuña I Please see below for 1 Jul 75
populations in Appendix II.
Vicugna vicugna Vicuña II Argentina: Populations of 1 Jul 75
the Provinces of Jujuy and Catamarca, and the semi-
captive populations of the Provinces of Jujuy, Salta,
Catamarca, La Rioja and San Juan; for the exclusive
purpose of allowing international trade in wool sheared
from live vicuñas, in cloth, and in derived manufactured
products and other handicraft ncial na. 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 I and the trade in them shall
be regulated accordingly.
Vicugna vicugna Vicuña II Bolivia: All populations of 1 Jul 75
Bolivia; 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 I and the trade in them shall
be regulated accordingly.
Vicugna vicugna Vicuña II Chile: Populations of the 1 Jul 75
Primera Región; 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 I and the trade in them shall be regulated
accordingly.

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Vicugna vicugna Vicuña II Peru: All populations of 1 Jul 75
Peru; 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 I
and the trade in them shall be regulated accordingly.
Family: Cervidae
Axis calamianensis (also referenced as Calamianes Deer I 1 Jul 75
Cervus porcinus calamianensis)
Axis kuhlii (also referenced as Cervus Kuhl’s Deer, Bawean Hog I 1 Jul 75
porcinus kuhlii) Deer
Axis porcinus annamiticus (also referenced Hogdeer, Indochina Hog I 1 Jul 75
as Cervus porcinus annamiticus) Deer
Blastocerus dichotomus Marsh Deer I 1 Jul 75
Cervus duvaucelii Swamp Deer, Barasingha I 1 Jul 75
Cervus elaphus bactrianus Bactrian (Red) Deer, II 1 Jul 75
Bokharan Deer, Bactrian
Wapiti
Cervus elaphus barbarus Barbary deer III Only populations of Tunisia 22 Apr 76
are subject to the Convention.
Populations of Algeria are
also subject - see other listing
for this species for listing
date.
Cervus elaphus barbarus Barbary deer III Only populations of Algeria 12 Feb 08
are subject to the Convention.
Populations of Tunisia are
also subject - see other listing
for this species for listing
date.
Cervus elaphus hanglu Kashmir Deer, Hangul I 1 Jul 75
Cervus eldii Eld’s Brow-antlered Deer, I 1 Jul 75
Eld’s Deer, Thamin
Dama mesopotamica (also referenced as Persian Fallow Deer, I 4 Feb 77
Cervus dama mesopotamicus) Mesopotamian Swamp
Deer
Hippocamelus spp. Huemal, Guemal I The entire genus is listed. 1 Jul 75
This means that all species
and subspecies in the genus
are subject to the Convention.
Mazama americana cerasina Red Brocket Deer, Middle III Only populations of 23 Apr 81
American Red Brocket Guatemala are subject to the
Convention.
Megamuntiacus vuquanghensis Giant Muntjac I 16 Feb 95
Muntiacus crinifrons Black Muntjac, Hairy I 1 Aug 85
Fronted Munjac
Odocoileus virginianus mayensis (Guantamalan) Whitetail III Only populations of 23 Apr 81
Deer Guatemala are subject to the
Convention.
Ozotoceros bezoarticus Pampas Deer I 1 Jul 75
Pudu mephistophiles Northern Pudu II 1 Jul 75
Pudu puda Southern Pudu, Chilean I 1 Jul 75
Pudu
Family: Hippopotamidae
Hexaprotodon liberiensis (also referenced Pygmy Hippopotamus II 1 Jul 75
as Choeropsis liberiensis)
Hippopotamus amphibius Hippopotamus II 26 Feb 76
Family: Moschidae

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Taxon Common names include Appendix Notation First listed
Moschus spp. Musk Deer II The entire genus is listed. 16 Feb 79
This means that all species
and subspecies in the genus
are subject to the Convention.
Please see below for
populations included in
Appendix I.
Moschus spp. Musk Deer I Populations of Afghanistan, 1 Jul 75
Bhutan, India, Myanmar,
Nepal, and Pakistan are
Appendix I.
Please see above listing for all
other populations.
Family: Suidae
Babyrousa babyrussa Babirusa, Deer Hog I 1 Jul 75
Sus salvanius Pygmy Hog I 1 Jul 75
Family: Tayassuidae
Tayassuidae spp. Peccary II The entire family is listed. 22 Oct 87
Genera in family include: Catagonus, This means that all species
Pecari, Tayassu. (except Pecari tajacu from
Mexico or the United States
of America) and subspecies
within the genera in this
family are subject to the
Convention.
Please see below for species
included in Appendix I and
populations excluded from
the Convention.
Catagonus wagneri Chacoan Peccary, Giant I Please refer to Tayassuidae 22 Oct 87
Peccary spp. for other species in this
genus.
Pecari tajacu Collared Peccary II Populations of Mexico and 23 Apr 81
the United States of America
were excluded from the
Convention on this date>>>
Order: Carnivora
Family: Canidae
Canis aureus Golden Jackal III Only populations of India are 16 Mar 89
subject to the Convention.
Canis lupus Gray Wolf II Please see below for 4 Feb 77
populations in Appendix I.
Canis lupus Gray Wolf I Populations of India, 4 Feb 77
Pakistan, Bhutan, and Nepal
are Appendix I.
Please see above listing for
other populations.
Cerdocyon thous (formerly included in Crab-eating Fox, Forest II 11 Jun 92
genus Dusicyon) Fox, Savannah Fox
Chrysocyon brachyurus Maned Wolf II 1 Jul 75
Cuon alpinus Asiatic Wild Dog, Indian II 1 Jul 75
Wild Dog, Dhole
Pseudalopex culpaeus (formerly included in Culpeo, Red Fox II 28 Jun 79
genus Dusicyon)
Pseudalopex griseus (incudes synonym Argentine Grey Fox, Little II 28 Jun 79
Dusicyon fulvipes) Fox, Chico Grey Fox,
Chilla Chiloe Fox
Pseudalopex gymnocercus (formerly Pampas Fox, Azara’s Fox II 22 Oct 87
included in genus Dusicyon)
Speothos venaticus Bush Dog, Savannah Dog I 4 Feb 77
Vulpes bengalensis Bengal Fox III Only populations of India are 16 Mar 89
subject to the Convention.
Vulpes cana Blanford’s Fox, Afghan II 4 Feb 77
Fox
Vulpes vulpes griffithi Griffith’s Red Fox III Only populations of India are 16 Mar 89
subject to the Convention.
Vulpes vulpes montana Montane Red Fox III Only populations of India are 16 Mar 89
subject to the Convention.

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Taxon Common names include Appendix Notation First listed
Vulpes vulpes pusilla (includes synonym Little Red Fox III Only populations of India are 16 Mar 89
Vulpes vulpes leucopus) subject to the Convention.
Vulpes zerda (includes generic synonym Fennec Fox II 22 Apr 76
Fennecus)
Family: Felidae
Felidae spp. (specimens of the domesticated cats II The entire family is listed. 4 Feb 77
form are not subject to the provisions of the This means that all species
Convention) (except the domestic cat Felis
Genera in the family include: Acinonyx, catus) and subspecies within
Caracal, Catopuma, Felis, Herpailurus, the genera in this family are
Leopardus, Leptailurus, Lynx, Neofelis, subject to the Convention.
Oncifelis, Oreailurus, Otocolobus, Please see below for species
Panthera, Pardofelis, Prionailurus, and subspecies included in
Profelis, Puma, Uncia. Appendix I and/or with an
earlier date of first listing.
Acinonyx jubatus Cheetah I Please refer to Felidae spp. 1 Jul 75
for other species in this
genus.
Caracal caracal (also referenced as Felis Caracal II Please see below for 1 Jul 75
caracal and Lynx caracal) populations in Appendix I.
Refer to Felidae spp. for other
species in this genus.
Caracal caracal (also referenced as Felis Caracal I Populations of Asia are 1 Jul 75
caracal and Lynx caracal) Appendix I. Please see above
listing for other populations.
Catopuma temminckii (formerly included in Asian Golden Cat, I Please refer to Felidae spp. 1 Jul 75
genus Felis) Temmick’s Golden Cat for other species in this genus.
Felis margarita Sand Cat II Please refer to Felidae spp. 22 Apr 76
for other species in this genus.
Felis nigripes Black-footed Cat I Please refer to Felidae spp. 1 Jul 75
for other species in this genus.
Felis silvestris lybica North African Wild Cat II Please refer to Felidae spp. 22 Apr 76
for other species in this genus.
Felis silvestris ocreata Ethiopian Wild Cat II Please refer to Felidae spp. 22 Apr 76
for other species in this genus.
Herpailurus yaguarondi (formerly included Jaguarundi II Please see below for 1 Jul 75
in genus Felis) populations in Appendix I.
Refer to Felidae spp. for other
species in this genus.
Herpailurus yaguarondi (formerly included Jaguarundi I Populations of Central and 1 Jul 75
in genus Felis) North America are Appendix
I. Please see above listing for
other populations.
Leopardus pardalis (formerly included in Ocelot I Please see below for 4 Feb 77
genus Felis) subspecies with earlier date of
first listing.
Refer to Felidae spp. for other
species in this genus.
Leopardus pardalis mearnsi (formerly Ocelot I Please refer to Felidae spp. 1 Jul 75
included in genus Felis) for other species in this genus.
Leopardus pardalis mitis (formerly Brazilian Ocelot I Please refer to Felidae spp. 1 Jul 75
included in genus Felis) for other species in this genus.
Leopardus tigrinus (formerly included in Tiger, Little Spotted Cat, I Please refer to Felidae spp. 1 Jul 75
genus Felis) Ocelot Cat, Oricilla for other species in this genus.
Leopardus wiedii (formerly included in Margay I Please refer to Felidae spp. 1 Jul 75
genus Felis) for other species in this genus.
Leptailurus serval Serval II Please refer to Felidae spp. 1 Jul 75
for other species in this genus.
Lynx lynx isabellinus Eurasian Lynx II Please refer to Felidae spp. 1 Jul 75
for other species in this genus.
Lynx pardinus (also referenced as Felis Spanish Lynx, Iberian I Please refer to Felidae spp. 22 Apr 76
pardina or Felis lynx pardina) Lynx for other species in this genus.
Lynx rufus escuinapae Bobcat II Please refer to Felidae spp. 1 Jul 75
for other species in this genus.
Neofelis nebulosa Clouded Leopard I Please refer to Felidae spp. 1 Jul 75
for other species in this genus.
Oncifelis colocolo budini Pampas Cat II Please refer to Felidae spp. 1 Jul 75
for other species in this genus.

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Taxon Common names include Appendix Notation First listed
Oncifelis colocolo crespoi Pampas Cat II Please refer to Felidae spp. 1 Jul 75
for other species in this genus.
Oncifelis colocolo pajeros Pampas Cat II Please refer to Felidae spp. 1 Jul 75
for other species in this genus.
Oncifelis geoffroyi (formerly included in Geoffroy’s Cat I Please refer to Felidae spp. 4 Feb 77
genus Felis) for other species in this genus.
Oreailurus jacobita (formerly included in Mountain Cat, Andean Cat I Please refer to Felidae spp. 1 Jul 75
genus Felis) for other species in this genus.
Panthera leo African Lion II Please see below for 26 Feb 76
subspecies in Appendix I.
Refer to Felidae spp. for other
species in this genus.
Panthera leo persica Asiatic Lion, Indian Lion I Please refer to Felidae spp. 1 Jul 75
for other species in this genus.
Panthera onca Jaguar I Please refer to Felidae spp. 1 Jul 75
for other species in this genus.
Panthera pardus Leopard I Please refer to Felidae spp. 1 Jul 75
for other species in this genus.
Panthera tigris Tiger I Please refer to Felidae spp. 1 Jul 75
for other species in this genus.
Pardofelis marmorata (formerly included in Marbled Cat I Please refer to Felidae spp. 1 Jul 75
genus Felis) for other species in this genus.
Prionailurus bengalensis bengalensis Leopard Cat II Please see below for 1 Jul 75
(formerly included in genus Felis) populations in Appendix I.
Please refer to Felidae spp.
for other species in this genus.
Prionailurus bengalensis bengalensis Leopard Cat I Only populations of 1 Jul 75
(formerly included in genus Felis) Bangladesh, India and
Thailand are Appendix I.
Please see above listing for
other populations.
Prionailurus planiceps (formerly included Flat-headed Cat I Please refer to Felidae spp. 1 Jul 75
in genus Felis) for other species in this genus.
Prionailurus rubiginosus (formerly Rusty-spotted Cat I Only populations of India are 4 Feb 77
included in genus Felis) Appendix I. Please refer to
Felidae spp. for all other
populations.
Puma concolor azteca (formerly included in Cougar II Please refer to Felidae spp. 1 Jul 75
genus Felis) for other species in this genus.
Puma concolor coryi (formerly included in Florida Panther, Florida I Please refer to Felidae spp. 1 Jul 75
genus Felis) Puma, Florida Cougar for other species in this genus.
Puma concolor costaricensis (formerly Costa Rican Puma, Central I Please refer to Felidae spp. 1 Jul 75
included in genus Felis) American Puma for other species in this genus.
Puma concolor couguar (formerly included Eastern Puma, Adirondack I Please refer to Felidae spp. 1 Jul 75
in genus Felis) Cougar for other species in this genus.
Puma concolor mayensis (formerly Puma II Please refer to Felidae spp. 1 Jul 75
included in genus Felis) for other species in this genus.
Puma concolor missoulensis (formerly Puma II Please refer to Felidae spp. 1 Jul 75
included in genus Felis) for other species in this genus.
Uncia uncia (formerly included in genus Snow Leopard I Please refer to Felidae spp. 1 Jul 75
Panthera) for other species in this genus.
Family: Herpestidae
Herpestes brachyurus fuscus (formerly Indian Brown Mongoose III Only populations of India are 16 Mar 89
included as Herpestes fuscus) subject to the Convention.
Herpestes edwardsii Indian Gray Mongoose III Only populations of India are 16 Mar 89
subject to the Convention.
Herpestes javanicus auropunctatus Small Indian Mongoose III Only populations of India are 16 Mar 89
(formerly included as Herpestes subject to the Convention.
auropunctatus)
Herpestes smithii Ruddy Mongoose III Only populations of India are 16 Mar 89
subject to the Convention.
Herpestes urva Crab-eating Mongoose III Only populations of India are 16 Mar 89
subject to the Convention.
Herpestes vitticollis Stripe-necked Mongoose III Only populations of India are 16 Mar 89
subject to the Convention.
Family: Hyaenidae

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Taxon Common names include Appendix Notation First listed
Proteles cristatus Aardwolf III Only populations of 24 Apr 78
Botswana are subject to the
Convention.

Family: Mustelidae
Subfamily: Lutrinae
Lutrinae spp. Otters II The entire subfamily is listed. 4 Feb 77
Genera in subfamily include: Amblonyx, This means that all species
Aonyx, Enhydra, Lontra, Lutra, Pteronura. and subspecies within the
genera in this subfamily are
subject to the Convention.
Please see below for species
included in Appendix I and/or
with earlier first listing date.
Aonyx capensis Cape Clawless Otter II Please refer to Lutrinae spp. 1 Jul 75
for other species in this genus.
Aonyx congicus (also referenced as Aonyx West African Clawless II Please see below for 1 Jul 75
microdon or Paraonyx microdon) Otter, Cameroon Clawless polulations in Appendix I.
Otter Refer to Lutrinae spp. for
other species in this genus.
Aonyx congicus (also referenced as Aonyx West African Clawless I Populations of Cameroon and 1 Jul 75
microdon or Paraonyx microdon) Otter, Cameroon Clawless Nigeria are Appendix I.
Otter Please see above listing for
other populations.
Enhydra lutris nereis Southern Sea Otter, I Please refer to Lutrinae spp. 1 Jul 75
Californian Sea Otter for other species in this genus.
Lontra feline (formerly included in genus Marine Otter, Chungungo I Please refer to Lutrinae spp. 1 Jul 75
Lutra) for other species in this genus.
Lontra longicaudis (formerly included in Long-tailed Otter, I Please refer to Lutrinae spp. 1 Jul 75
genus Lutra; includes synonyms Lutra Neotropical Otter for other species in this genus.
annectens, Lutra enudris, Lutra incarum
and Lutra platensis)
Lontra provocax (formerly included in Southern Otter, South I Please refer to Lutrinae spp. 1 Jul 75
genus Lutra) American River Otter for other species in this genus.
Lutra lutra Eurasian Otter, European I Please refer to Lutrinae spp. 22 Apr 76
River Otter for other species in this genus.
Pteronura brasiliensis Giant Otter, Brasilian Otter I Please refer to Lutrinae spp. 1 Jul 75
for other species in this genus.
Subfamily: Mellivorinae
Mellivora capensis Honey Badger, Ratel III Only populations of 26 Feb 76
Botswana are subject to the
Convention.
Subfamily: Mephitinae
Conepatus humboldtii Humboldt’s Hognose II 28 Jun 79
Skunk, Patagonian Skunk
Subfamily: Mustelinae
Eira barbara Tayra III Only populations of Honduras 13 Apr 87
are subject to the Convention.
Galictis vittata (includes synonym Galictis Grison, Greater Grison III Only populations of Costa 28 Oct 76
allamandi) Rica are subject to the
Convention.
Martes flavigula Yellow-throated Marten, III Only populations of India are 16 Mar 89
Niligri Marten subject to the Convention.
Martes foina intermedia Beech Marten, Central III Only populations of India are 16 Mar 89
Asian Stone Marten subject to the Convention.
Martes gwatkinsii (formerly included in Yellow-throated Marten, III Only populations of India are 16 Mar 89
Martes flavigula) Niligri Marten subject to the Convention.
Mustela altaica Mountain Weasel III Only populations of India are 16 Mar 89
subject to the Convention.
Mustela erminea ferghanae Ermine, Stoat III Only populations of India are 16 Mar 89
subject to the Convention.
Mustela kathiah Yellow-bellied Weasel III Only populations of India are 16 Mar 89
subject to the Convention.
Mustela nigripes Black-footed Ferret I 1 Jul 75
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Mustela sibirica Siberian Weasel III Only populations of India are 16 Mar 89
subject to the Convention.
Family: Odobenidae
Odobenus rosmarus Walrus III Only populations of Canada 16 Nov 75
are subject to the Convention.

Family: Otariidae
Arctocephalus spp. Southern fur seals II The entire genus is listed. 4 Feb 77
This means that all species
and subspecies in the genus
are subject to the Convention.
Please see below for species
in Appendix I and/or with an
earlier date of first listing.
Arctocephalus australis Southern Fur Seal II Please refer to Arctocephalus 1 Jul 75
spp. for other species in this
genus.
Arctocephalus galapagoensis Galapagos Fur Seal II Please refer to Arctocephalus 1 Jul 75
spp. for other species in this
genus.
Arctocephalus philippii Juan Fernandez Fur Seal II Please refer to Arctocephalus 1 Jul 75
spp. for other species in this
genus.
Arctocephalus townsendi Guadalupe Fur Seal I Please refer to Arctocephalus 1 Jul 75
spp. for other species in this
genus.
Family: Phocidae
Mirounga leonina Southern Elephant Seal II 1 Jul 75
Monachus spp. Monk seals I The entire genus is listed. 1 Jul 75
This means that all species
and subspecies in the genus
are subject to the Convention.
Family: Procyonidae
Bassaricyon gabbii Bushy-tailed Olingo III Only populations of Costa 28 Oct 76
Rica are subject to the
Convention.
Bassariscus sumichrasti Central American III Only populations of Costa 28 Oct 76
Cacomistle Rica are subject to the
Convention.
Nasua narica (formerly included as Nasua Common Coati, III Only populations of Honduras 13 Apr 87
nasua) Coatimundi are subject to the Convention.
Nasua nasua solitaria South Brazilian Coati, III Only populations of Uruguay 14 Jul 76
Coatimundi are subject to the Convention.
Potos flavus Kinkajou III Only populations of Honduras 13 Apr 87
are subject to the Convention.
Family: Ursidae
Ursidae spp. Bears II The entire family is listed. 11 Jun 92
Genera in family include: Ailuropoda, This means that all species
Ailurus, Helarctos, Melursus, Tremarctos, and subspecies within the
Ursus. genera in this family are
subject to the Convention.
Please see below for species
and populations included in
Appendix I and/or with an
earlier date of first listing.
Ailuropoda melanoleuca Giant Panda I Please refer to Ursidae spp. 16 Dec 83
for other species in this genus.
Ailurus fulgens Lesser Panda, Red Panda I Please refer to Ursidae spp. 1 Jul 75
for other species in this genus.
Helarctos malayanus Sun Bear, Malayan Sun I Please refer to Ursidae spp. 1 Jul 75
Bear for other species in this genus.
Melursus ursinus Sloth Bear I Please refer to Ursidae spp. 21 Sep 88
for other species in this genus.
Tremarctos ornatus Spectacled Bear, Andean I Please refer to Ursidae spp. 4 Feb 77
Bear for other species in this genus.
Ursus americanus American Black Bear II Please refer to Ursidae spp. 18 Sep 91
for other species in this genus.

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Taxon Common names include Appendix Notation First listed
Ursus americanus emmonsii Emmons’ Black Bear II Please refer to Ursidae spp. 1 Jul 75
for other species in this genus.
Ursus arctos European Brown Bear II Populations of Italy became 1 Jul 75
subject to the Convention on
this date>>>
Please refer to alternative
Ursus arctos listings for other
populations.
Ursus arctos Brown Bear, Grizzly Bear II Populations of North America 1 Jul 75
(not including Ursus arctos
nelsoni) became subject to the
Convention on this date>>>
Please refer to alternative
Ursus arctos listings for other
populations.
Ursus arctos European Brown Bear II Populations of Europe (not 29 Jul 83
including Italy or the former
Union of Soviet Socialist
Republics) became subject to
the Convention on this
date>>>
Please refer to alternative
Ursus arctos listings for other
populations.
Ursus arctos Mexican Brown Bear I Populations of Mexico were 18 Jan 90
included in Appendix I to the
Convention on this date>>>
Please refer to alternative
Ursus arctos listings for other
populations.
Previously listed as Ursus
arctos nelsoni.
Ursus arctos Asiatic Brown Bear I Populations of Bhutan, China 18 Jan 90
and Mongolia included in
Appendix I to the Convention
on this date>>>
Please refer to alternative
Ursus arctos listings for other
populations.
Previously listed as Ursus
arctos pruinosus.
Ursus arctos isabellinus Red Bear, Himalayan I 28 Jun 79
Brown Bear
Ursus arctos nelsoni Mexican Grizzly Bear I Listing replaced, 18 January 1 Jul 75
1990, by Ursus arctos –
Populations of Mexico.
Ursus arctos pruinosus Tibetan Blue Bear I Listing replaced, 18 January 1 Jul 75
1990, by Ursus arctos –
Populations of Bhutan, China
and Mongolia.
Ursus maritimus (formerly listed as Polar Bear II Please refer to Ursidae spp. 1 Jul 75
Thalarctos maritimus) for other species in this genus.
Ursus thibetanus (also referenced as Asiatic Black Bear I Please refer to Ursidae spp. 28 Jun 79
Selenarctos thibetanus) for other species in this genus.
Ursus thibetanus gedrosianus Baluchistan Black Bear I Please refer to Ursidae spp. 4 Feb 77
for other species in this genus.
Family: Viverridae
Arctictis binturong Binturong III Only populations of India are 16 Mar 89
subject to the Convention.
Civettictis civetta (includes generic African Civet III Only populations of 24 Apr 78
synonym Viverra) Botswana are subject to the
Convention.
Cryptoprocta ferox Fossa II 4 Feb 77
Cynogale bennettii Otter Civet II 1 Jul 75
Eupleres goudotii (includes synonym Fanalouc, Malagasy II 4 Feb 77
Eupleres major) Mongoose
Fossa fossana Malagasy Civit, Fanaloka II 4 Feb 77

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Hemigalus derbyanus Banded Palm Civet, II 1 Jul 75
Hardwick’s Civet Banded
Musang
Paguma larvata Masked Palm Civet III Only populations of India are 16 Mar 89
subject to the Convention.
Paradoxurus hermaphroditus Common Palm Civet III Only populations of India are 16 Mar 89
subject to the Convention.
Paradoxurus jerdoni Jerdon’s Palm Civet III Only populations of India are 16 Mar 89
subject to the Convention.
Prionodon linsang Banded Linsang II 1 Jul 75
Prionodon pardicolor Spotted Linsang I 1 Jul 75
Viverra civettina (formerly included as Malabar Large-spotted III Only populations of India are 16 Mar 89
Viverra megaspila) Civet subject to the Convention.
Viverra zibetha Large Indian Civet III Only populations of India are 16 Mar 89
subject to the Convention.
Viverricula indica Lesser Oriental Civet, III Only populations of India are 16 Mar 89
Small Indian Civet subject to the Convention.
Order: Cetacea
Cetacea spp. Whales, porpoises, and I Australian Status: 28 Jun 79
Families and Genera in this order include: dolphins The entire order is listed as
Balaenidae: Balaena, Eubalaena. Appendix I, in accordance
with the Australian
Balaenopteridae: Balaenoptera, Government declaration of
Megaptera. Stricter Domestic Measure
Delphinidae: Cephalorhynchus, dated 25 January 2007, and
Delphinius, Feresa, Globicephala, the trade in them will be
Grampus, Lagenodelphis, regulated accordingly.
Lagenorhynchus, Lissodelphis, Orcaella, Notations for populations in
Orcinus, Peponocephala, Pseudorca, Appendix II to the
Sotalia, Sousa, Stenella, Steno, Tursiops. Convention, as listed below,
Eschrichtiidae: Eschrichtius are not recognized for the
purposes of import into or
Monodontidae: Delphinapterus, Monodon
export from
Neobalaenidae: Caparea Australia.
Phocoenidae: Australophocaena,
Neophocaena, Phocoena, Phocoenoides. See below listings for
Physeteridae: Kogia, Physeter. international status
Platanistidae: Inia, Lipotes, Platanista,
Pontoporia.
Ziphiidae: Berardius, Hyperoodon,
Indopacetus, Mesoplodon, Tasmacetus,
Ziphius.
Cetacea spp. Whales, porpoises, and II International Status: 28 Jun 79
Families and Genera in this order include: dolphins The entire order is listed. This
Balaenidae: Balaena, Eubalaena. means that all families,
genera, species and
Balaenopteridae: Balaenoptera, subspecies in this order are
Megaptera. subject to the Convention.
Delphinidae: Cephalorhynchus, Families and genera in this
Delphinius, Feresa, Globicephala, order are listed in column 1.
Grampus, Lagenodelphis, Please see below for genera
Lagenorhynchus, Lissodelphis, Orcaella, and species included in
Orcinus, Peponocephala, Pseudorca, Appendix I and/or with an
Sotalia, Sousa, Stenella, Steno, Tursiops. earlier date of first listing.
Eschrichtiidae: Eschrichtius
See above for Australian
Monodontidae: Delphinapterus, Monodon
Government Stricter
Neobalaenidae: Caparea Domestic Measure. Notations
Phocoenidae: Australophocaena, for populations in Appendix
Neophocaena, Phocoena, Phocoenoides. II to the Convention, as listed
Physeteridae: Kogia, Physeter. below, are not recognized for
the purposes of import into or
Platanistidae: Inia, Lipotes, Platanista, export from
Pontoporia. Australia.
Ziphiidae: Berardius, Hyperoodon,
Indopacetus, Mesoplodon, Tasmacetus,
Ziphius.
Family: Balaenidae

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Balaena mysticetus Bowhead Whale I Please refer to Cetacea spp. 1 Jul 75
for other species in this genus.
Eubalaena spp. (formerly included in genus right whales I The entire genus is listed. 1 Jul 75
Balaena) This means that all species
and subspecies in the genus
are subject to the Convention.
Family: Balaenopteridae
Balaenoptera acutorostrata Northern Minke Whale I Please see below for 28 Jun 79
populations included in
Appendix II.
Balaenoptera acutorostrata Northern Minke Whale II International Status: 28 Jun 79
Only populations of West
Greenland are Appendix II.
Please refer to above listing
for other populations.

See Cetacea listing for


Australian Government
Stricter Domestic Measure.
Notations for populations in
Appendix II to the
Convention, as listed below,
are not recognized for the
purposes of import into or
export from
Australia.
Balaenoptera bonaerensis (formerly Southern Minke Whale I Please refer to Cetacea spp. 28 Jun 79
included in Balaenoptera acutorostrata) for other species in this genus.
Balaenoptera borealis Sei Whale I Please refer to Cetacea spp. 4 Feb 77
for other species in this genus.
Balaenoptera edeni Bryde’s Whale I Please refer to Cetacea spp. 28 Jun 79
for other species in this genus.
Balaenoptera musculus Blue Whale I Please refer to Cetacea spp. 1 Jul 75
for other species in this genus.
Balaenoptera physalus Fin Whale I Please refer to Cetacea spp. 14 Jul 76
for other species in this genus.
Megaptera novaeangliae Humpback Whale I Please refer to Cetacea spp. 1 Jul 75
for other species in this genus.
Family: Delphinidae
Orcaella brevirostris Irrawaddy Dolphin I Please refer to Cetacea spp. 28 Jun 79
for other species in this genus.
Sotalia spp. Humpbacked dolphins I The entire genus is listed. 28 Jun 79
This means that all species
and subspecies in the genus
are subject to the Convention.
Sousa spp. Humpbacked dolphins I The entire genus is listed. 28 Jun 79
This means that all species
and subspecies in the genus
are subject to the Convention.
Family: Eschrichtiidae
Eschrichtius robustus (includes synonym Grey Whale I 1 Jul 75
Eschrichtius glaucus)
Family: Monodontidae
Monodon monoceros Narwhal II International Status: 16 Nov 75

See Cetacea listing for


Australian Government
Stricter Domestic Measure.
Notations for populations in
Appendix II to the
Convention, as listed below,
are not recognized for the
purposes of import into or
export from
Australia.
Family: Neobalaenidae
Caperea marginata Pygmy Right Whale I 28 Jun 79
Family: Phocoenidae
Neophocaena phocaenoides Finless Porpoise I 28 Jun 79
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Phocoena sinus Gulf of California I Please refer to Cetacea spp. 28 Jun 79
Porpoise, Cochita for other species in this genus.
Family: Physeteridae
Physeter catodon (includes synonym Sperm Whale I 28 Jun 79
Physeter macrocephalus)
Family: Platanistidae
Lipotes vexillifer White Flag Dolphin, I 28 Jun 79
Chinese River Dolphin
Platanista spp. River dolphins I The entire genus is listed. 6 Jun 81
This means that all species
and subspecies in the genus
are subject to the Convention.
Please see below for species
with earlier first listing date.
Platanista gangetica Ganges Dolphin I Please refer to Platanista spp. 1 Jul 75
for other species in this genus.
Platanista minor Indus Dolphin I Please refer to Platanista spp. 28 Jun 79
for other species in this genus.
Pontoporia blainvillei La Plata Dolphin II International Status: 14 Jul 76

See Cetacea listing for


Australian Government
Stricter Domestic Measure.
Notations for populations in
Appendix II to the
Convention, as listed below,
are not recognized for the
purposes of import into or
export from
Australia.
Family: Ziphiidae Beaked Whales
Berardius spp. Beaked Whales I The entire genus is listed. 28 Jun 79
This means that all species
and subspecies in the genus
are subject to the Convention.
Hyperoodon spp. Bottle-nosed Whales I The entire genus is listed. 28 Jun 79
This means that all species
and subspecies in the genus
are subject to the Convention.
Order: Chiroptera
Family: Phyllostomidae
Platyrrhinus lineatus (also referenced as White-lined Bat III Only populations of Uruguay 14 Jul 76
Vampyrops lineatus) are subject to the Convention.
Family: Pteropodidae
Acerodon spp. Flying foxes II The entire genus is listed. 18 Jan 90
This means that all species
and subspecies in the genus
are subject to the Convention.
Please see below for species
included in Appendix I.
Acerodon jubatus Golden-capped Fruit Bat, I Please refer to Acerodon spp. 18 Jan 90
Golden-crowned Flying for other species in this genus.
Fox
Acerodon lucifer Panay Giant Fruit Bat I p.e. Species possibly extinct. 18 Jan 90
Please refer to Acerodon spp.
for other species in this genus.
Pteropus spp. Flying Foxes II The entire genus is listed. 22 Oct 87
This means that all species
and subspecies in the genus
are subject to the Convention.
Please see below for species
included in Appendix I.
Pteropus insularis Carolines Fruit Bat, Truk I Please refer to Pteropus spp. 22 Oct 87
Flying Fox, Chuuck Flying for other species in this genus.
Fox
Pteropus mariannus Mariana Flying Fox, I Please refer to Pteropus spp. 22 Oct 87
Mariana Fruit Bat for other species in this genus.
Pteropus molossinus Ponape Flying Fox, I Please refer to Pteropus spp. 22 Oct 87
Pohnpei Fruit Bat for other species in this genus.
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Pteropus phaeocephalus Mortlock Islands Flying I Please refer to Pteropus spp. 22 Oct 87
Fox for other species in this genus.
Pteropus pilosus Palau Flying Fox, Belau I Please refer to Pteropus spp. 22 Oct 87
Fruit Bat for other species in this genus.
Pteropus samoensis Samoa Flying Fox I Please refer to Pteropus spp. 22 Oct 87
for other species in this genus.
Pteropus tonganus Insular Flying Fox, Tonga I Please refer to Pteropus spp. 22 Oct 87
Fruit Bat for other species in this genus.
Order: Dasyuromorphia
Family: Dasyuridae
Sminthopsis longicaudata Long-tailed Marsupial- I 1 Jul 75
mouse, Long-tailed
Dunnart
Sminthopsis psammophila Large Desert Marsupial- I 1 Jul 75
mouse, Sandhill Dunnart.
Family: Thylacinidae
Thylacinus cynocephalus Tasmanian Tiger, I p.e. Species possibly extinct. 1 Jul 75
Thylacine
Order Diprotodontia
Family: Macropodidae
Dendrolagus inustus Grizzled Grey Tree II 1 Jul 75
Kangaroo
Dendrolagus ursinus Vogelkop Tree-kangaroo, II 1 Jul 75
Black Tree-kangaroo
Lagorchestes hirsutus Rufous Hare-wallaby, I 1 Jul 75
Western Hare-wallaby,
Wurrup
Lagostrophus fasciatus Banded Hare-wallaby, I 1 Jul 75
Munning
Onychogalea fraenata Bridled Nailtailed Wallaby I 1 Jul 75
Onychogalea lunata Crescent Nailtailed I 1 Jul 75
Wallaby
Family: Phalangeridae
Phalanger orientalis Gray Cuscus II 28 Jun 79
Spilocuscus maculatus (also referenced as Spotted Cuscus II 28 Jun 79
Phalanger maculatus)
Family: Potoroidae
Bettongia spp. Bettongs, I The entire genus is listed. 28 Jun 79
rat-kangaroos This means that all species
and subspecies in the genus
are subject to the Convention.
Please see below for species
with earlier first listing date.
Bettongia lesueur Lesueur’s Rat-kangaroo, I Please refer to Bettongia spp. 1 Jul 75
Boodie for other species in this genus.
Bettongia penicillata (includes synonym B. Brush-tailed Rat-kangaroo, I Please refer to Bettongia spp. 1 Jul 75
tropica) Woylie for other species in this genus.
Caloprymnus campestris Desert Rat-kangaroo I p.e. Species possibly extinct. 1 Jul 75
Family: Vombatidae
Lasiorhinus krefftii Northern Hairy-nosed I 1 Jul 75
Wombat
Order: Lagomorpha
Family: Leporidae
Caprolagus hispidus Hispid Hare, Assam Rabbit I 1 Jul 75
Romerolagus diazi Mexican Volcano Rabbit I 1 Jul 75

Order: Monotremata
Family: Tachyglossidae
Zaglossus spp. New Guinea Echidnas, II The entire genus is listed. 4 Feb 77
Long-nosed Echidnas, This means that all species
Long Snouted Echidnas, and subspecies in the genus
Anteaters, New Guinea are subject to the Convention.
Long-nosed Spiny
Echidna, New Guinea Egg-
laying Echidna
Order: Peramelemorphia
Family: Peramelidae
Chaeropus ecaudatus Pig-footed Bandicoot I p.e. Species possibly extinct. 1 Jul 75
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Macrotis lagotis Bilby, Rabbit Bandicoot I 1 Jul 75
Macrotis leucura Lesser Bilby, Lesser I 1 Jul 75
Rabbit Bandicoot, Yallara
Perameles bougainville Barred Bandicoot, Long- I 1 Jul 75
nosed Bandicoot, Mari
Order: Perissodactyla
Family: Equidae
Equus africanus (also referenced as Equus African Wild Ass I The domesticated form of this 29 Jul 83
asinus) species is not subject to the
Convention.
Equus grevyi Grevy’s Zebra I 28 Jun 79
Equus hemionus Asian Wild Ass II 1 Jul 75
Equus hemionus hemionus Mongolian Wild Ass I 1 Jul 75
Equus kiang (formerly included in species Kiang II 1 Jul 75
Equus hemionus)
Equus onager (formerly included in species Onager II 1 Jul 75
Equus hemionus)
Equus onager khur (formerly included in Indian Wild Ass, Ghor- I 1 Jul 75
species Equus hemionus) Khar, Khar, Onager
Equus przewalskii (also referenced as Equus Przewalski’s Horse, Wild I 1 Jul 75
caballus przewalskii) Asian Horse
Equus zebra hartmannae Hartmann’s Mountain II 28 Jun 79
Zebra
Equus zebra zebra Cape Mountain Zebra I 1 Jul 75
Family: Rhinocerotidae
Rhinocerotidae spp. Rhinoceroses I The entire family is listed. 4 Feb 77
Genera in family include: Ceratotherium, This means that all species
Dicerorhinus, Diceros, Rhinoceros. and subspecies within the
genera in this family are
subject to the Convention.
Please see below for species
and subspecies with an earlier
date of first listing and
subspecies included in
Appendix II.
Ceratotherium simum cottoni Northern White I Please refer to Rhinocerotidae 1 Jul 75
Rhinoceros spp. for other species in this
genus.
Ceratotherium simum simum Southern White I Please see below listing for 1 Jul 75
Rhinoceros population in Appendix II.
Refer to Rhinocerotidae spp.
for other species in this genus.
Ceratotherium simum simum Southern White II Populations of South Africa 1 Jul 75
Rhinoceros and Swaziland only; for the
exclusive purpose of allowing international trade in live
animals to appropriate and acceptable destinations, and in
hunting trophies. All other specimens shall be deemed to
be specimens of species included in Appendix I and the
trade in them shall be regulated accordingly.
Dicerorhinus sumatrensis Sumatran Rhinoceros I 1 Jul 75
Diceros bicornis Black Rhinoceros I 1 Jul 75
Rhinoceros sondaicus Javan Rhinoceros I 1 Jul 75
Rhinoceros unicornis Great Indian Rhinoceros I 1 Jul 75
Family: Tapiridae
Tapiridae spp. Tapirs I The entire family is listed. 1 Jul 75
Genera in family include: Tapirus This means that all species
and subspecies within the
genera in this family are
subject to the Convention.
Please see below for species
included in Appendix II.
Tapirus terrestris Brazilian Tapir, South II Please refer to Tapiridae spp. 1 Jul 75
American Tapir for other species in this genus.
Order: Pholidota
Family: Manidae

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Manis spp. Pangolins II The entire genus is listed. 16 Feb 95
This means that all species
and subspecies in the genus
are
subject to the Convention.
A zero annual export quota
has been established for
Manis crassicaudata, M.
javanica and M. pentadactyla
for specimens removed from
the wild and traded for
primarily commercial
purposes.
Please see below for species
with earlier date of first
listing.
Manis crassicaudata Indian Pangolin II A zero annual export quota 1 Jul 75
has been established for
specimens removed from the
wild and traded for primarily
commercial purposes.
Please refer to Manis spp. for
other species in this genus.
Manis gigantea Giant Pangolin II Please refer to Manis spp. for 26 Feb 76
other species in this genus.
Manis javanica Malayan Pangolin II A zero annual export quota 1 Jul 75
has been established for
specimens removed from the
wild and traded for primarily
commercial purposes.
Please refer to Manis spp. for
other species in this genus.
Manis pentadactyla Chinese Pangolin II A zero annual export quota 1 Jul 75
has been established for
specimens removed from the
wild and traded for primarily
commercial purposes.
Please refer to Manis spp. for
other species in this genus.
Manis temminckii Cape Pangolin II Please refer to Manis spp. for 1 Jul 75
other species in this genus.
Manis tetradactyla Long-tailed Pangolin II Please refer to Manis spp. for 26 Feb 76
other species in this genus.
Manis tricuspis White-bellied Pangolin II Please refer to Manis spp. for 26 Feb 76
other species in this genus.
Order: Pinnipedia (See Carnivora)
Order: Proboscidea
Family: Elephantidae
Elephas maximus Asian Elephant I 1 Jul 75

Loxodonta africana African Elephant I All populations of this species 26 Feb 76


are Appendix I, in accordance with the Australian
Government declaration of Stricter Domestic Measure
dated 10 December 2002,and the trade in them will be
regulated accordingly. Notations for populations in
Appendix II to the Convention, as listed below, are not
recognized for the purposes of import into or export from
Australia.
Loxodonta africana African Elephant II For the exclusive purposes of: 26 Feb 76
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
Zimbabwe and Botswana 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
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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
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. CoP12)
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 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 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 II 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.
On a proposal from the 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 I and the trade in them shall be regulated
accordingly.
Order: Primates
Primates spp. monkeys, apes, prosimians II The entire order is listed. This 4 Feb 77
Families and Genera in the order include: means that all families,
Callitrichidae: Callimico, Callithrix, genera, species and
Leontopithecus, Saguinus. subspecies in this order are
subject to the Convention.
Cebidae: Alouatta, Aotus, Ateles, Families and genera in this
Brachyteles, Cacajao, Callicebus, Cebus, order are listed in column 1.
Chiropotes, Lagothrix, Pithecia, Saimiri. Please see below for families,
Cercopithecidae: Allenopithecus, genera, species and
Cercocebus, Cercopithecus, Chlorocebus, subspecies included in
Colobus, Erythrocebus, Lophocebus, Appendix I and/or with an
Macaca, Mandrillus, Miopithecus, Nasalis, earlier date of first listing.
Papio, Presbytis, Procolobus, Pygathrix,
Semnopithecus, Theropithecus,
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Cheirogaleidae: Allocebus, Cheirogaleus,
Microcebus, Phaner.
Daubentoniidae: Daubentonia
Galagonidae: Euoticus, Galago,
Galagoides, Otolemur.
Hominidae: Gorilla, Pan, Pongo
Hylobatidae: Hylobates
Indridae: Avahi, Indri, Propithecus
Lemuridae: Eulemur, Hapalemur, Lemur,
Varecia.
Loridae: Arctocebus, Loris, Perodicticus.
Megaladapidae: Lepilemur.
Tarsiidae: Tarsius
Family: Callitrichidae
Callimico goeldii Goeldi’s Marmoset, I Please refer to Primates spp. 1 Jul 75
Goeldi’s Tamarin, Goeldi’s for other species in this genus.
Monkey, Callimico
Callithrix aurita (formerly included as a White-eared Marmoset, I Please refer to Primates spp. 4 Feb 77
subspecies of Callithrix jacchus) Buffy Tufted-ear for other species in this genus.
Marmoset
Callithrix flaviceps (formerly included as a Buff-headed Marmoset I Please refer to Primates spp. 4 Feb 77
subspecies of Callithrix jacchus) for other species in this genus.
Callithrix pygmaea Pygmy Marmoset II Please refer to Primates spp. 4 Feb 77
for other species in this genus.
Leontopithecus spp. (includes generic golden lion tamarins I The entire genus is listed. 1 Jul 75
synonym Leontideus) This means that all species
and subspecies in the genus
are subject to the Convention.
Saguinus bicolor Pied Bare-face Tamarin I Please refer to Primates spp. 4 Feb 77
for other species in this genus.
Saguinus geoffroyi Geoffroy’s Marmoset I Please refer to Primates spp. 4 Feb 77
for other species in this genus.
Saguinus leucopus White-footed Tamarin, I Please refer to Primates spp. 4 Feb 77
Bare-face Silvery- brown for other species in this genus.
Tamarin
Saguinus oedipus Cotton Top Tamarin I Please refer to Primates spp. 4 Feb 77
for other species in this genus.
Family: Cebidae
Alouatta coibensis (formerly included in Mantled Howler-monkey, I Please refer to Primates spp. 1 Jul 75
Alouatta palliata) Guatamalan Howler- for other species in this genus.
monkey
Alouatta palliata Mantled Howler Monkey I Please refer to Primates spp. 1 Jul 75
for other species in this genus.
Alouatta pigra (formerly included as Black Howler Monkey I Please refer to Primates spp. 1 Jul 75
Allouatta villosa) for other species in this genus.
Ateles geoffroyi frontatus Black-handed Spider I Please refer to Primates spp. 1 Jul 75
Monkey, Black-browed for other species in this genus.
Spider Monkey
Ateles geoffroyi panamensis Black-handed Spider I Please refer to Primates spp. 1 Jul 75
Monkey, Panama Spider for other species in this genus.
Money, Red
(-bellied) Spider Monkey
Brachyteles arachnoides Woolly Spider Monkey I Please refer to Primates spp. 1 Jul 75
for other species in this genus.
Cacajao spp. Uakaris I The entire genus is listed. 1 Jul 75
This means that all species
and subspecies in the genus
are subject to the Convention.
Cebus capucinus White-throated Capuchin II Please refer to Primates spp. 1 Jul 75
for other species in this genus.
Chiropotes albinasus White-nosed Saki I Please refer to Primates spp. 1 Jul 75
for other species in this genus.
Lagothrix flavicauda Yellow-tailed Woolly I Please refer to Primates spp. 4 Feb 77
Monkey for other species in this genus.

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Saimiri oerstedii Red-backed Squirrel I Please refer to Primates spp. 1 Jul 75
Monkey, Central American for other species in this genus.
Squirrel Monkey
Family: Cercopithecidae
Cercocebus galeritus galeritus Tana River Mangabey, I Please refer to Primates spp. 1 Jul 75
Agile Mangabey for other species in this genus.
Cercopithecus diana (includes synonym Diana Monkey I Please refer to Primates spp. 26 Feb 76
Cercopithecus roloway) for other species in this genus.
Cercopithecus mona Mona Monkey II Please refer to Primates spp. 26 Feb 76
for other species in this genus.
Cercopithecus petaurista Lesser Spot-nosed Guenon II Please refer to Primates spp. 26 Feb 76
for other species in this genus.
Chlorocebus aethiops Vervet II Please refer to Primates spp. 26 Feb 76
for other species in this genus.
Colobus polykomos King Colobus II Please refer to Primates spp. 26 Feb 76
for other species in this genus.
Erythrocebus patas Patas Monkey II Please refer to Primates spp. 22 Feb 76
for other species in this genus.
Macaca silenus Lion-tailed Macaque I Please refer to Primates spp. 1 Jul 75
for other species in this genus.
Macaca sylvanus Barbary Ape II Please refer to Primates spp. 1 Jul 75
for other species in this genus.
Mandrillus leucophaeus (formerly included Drill I Please refer to Primates spp. 4 Feb 77
in genus Papio) for other species in this genus.
Mandrillus sphinx (formerly included in Mandrill I Please refer to Primates spp. 4 Feb 77
genus Papio) for other species in this genus.
Nasalis concolor (includes generic Snub-nosed Langur I Please refer to Primates spp. 1 Jul 75
synonym Simias) for other species in this genus.
Nasalis larvatus Proboscis Monkey I Please refer to Primates spp. 1 Jul 75
for other species in this genus.
Presbytis potenziani Long-tailed Langur, I Please refer to Primates spp. 4 Feb 77
Mentawai Islands Sureli, for other species in this genus.
Mentawi Leaf Monkey
Procolobus pennantii kirkii (includes Kirk’s Red Colobus, I Please refer to Primates spp. 1 Jul 75
synonym Colobus badius kirkii) Zanzibar Red Colobus for other species in this genus.
Procolobus pennantii gordonorum Red Colobus II Please refer to Primates spp. 1 Jul 75
for other species in this genus.
Procolobus rufomitratus (includes synonym Tana River Red Colobus I Please refer to Primates spp. 1 Jul 75
Colobus badius rufomitratus) for other species in this genus.
Procolobus verus Olive Colobus II Please refer to Primates spp. 1 Jul 75
for other species in this genus.
Pygathrix spp. (includes generic synonym snub-nosed langurs I The entire genus is listed. 4 Feb 77
Rhinopithecus) This means that all species
and subspecies in the genus
are subject to the Convention.
Please see below for species
with an earlier date of first
listing.
Pygathrix nemaeus Douc Langur I Please refer to Pygathrix spp. 1 Jul 75
for other species in this genus.
Pygathrix roxellana Sichuan Snub-nosed I Please refer to Pygathrix spp. 1 Jul 75
Monkey for other species in this genus.
Semnopithecus entellus (also referenced as Gray Langur, Common I Please refer to Primates spp. 1 Jul 75
Presbytis entellus) Indian Langur for other species in this genus.
Trachypithecus geei (also referenced as Golden Langur I Please refer to Primates spp. 1 Jul 75
Presbytis geei and Semnopithecus geei) for other species in this genus.
Trachypithecus johnii Nilgiri Langur II Please refer to Primates spp. 1 Jul 75
for other species in this genus.
Trachypithecus pileatus (also referenced as Capped Langur, Bonneted I Please refer to Primates spp. 1 Jul 75
Presbytis pileata and Semnopithecus Capped Monkey for other species in this genus.
pileatus)
Family: Cheirogaleidae
Cheirogaleidae spp. Dwarf lemurs, mouse I The entire family is listed. 1 Jul 75
Genera in the family inlcude: Allocebus, lemurs This means that all species
Cheirogaleus, Microcebus, Phaner. and subspecies within the
genera in this family are
subject to the Convention.
Family: Daubentoniidae

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Daubentonia madagascariensis Aye-aye I Please refer to Primates spp. 1 Jul 75
for other species in this genus.
Family: Hominidae
Gorilla gorilla Gorilla I Please refer to Primates spp. 1 Jul 75
for other species in this genus.
Pan spp. Chimpanzees I The entire genus is listed. 4 Feb 77
This means that all species
and subspecies in the genus
are subject to the Convention.
Please see below for species
with earlier first listing date.
Pan paniscus Bonobo, Pygmy I Please refer to Pan spp. for 1 Jul 75
Chimpanzee other species in this genus.
Pan troglodytes Chimpanzee I Please refer to Pan spp. for 1 Jul 75
other species in this genus.
Pongo pygmaeus Orangutan I Please refer to Primates spp. 1 Jul 75
for other species in this genus.
Family: Hylobatidae
Hylobatidae spp. Gibbons, siamangs I The entire family is listed. 1 Jul 75
Genera in family inlcude: Hylobates This means that all species
and subspecies within the
genera in this family are
subject to the Convention.
Family: Indridae
Indridae spp. Woolly lemurs and their I The entire family is listed. 1 Jul 75
Genera in family include: Avahi, Indri, allies This means that all species
Propithecus and subspecies within the
genera in this family are
subject to the Convention.
Family: Lemuridae
Lemuridae spp. True lemurs I The entire family is listed. 1 Jul 75
Genera in family include: Eulemur, This means that all species
Hapalemur, Lemur, Varecia and subspecies within the
genera in this family are
subject to the Convention.
Family: Loridae
Loris tardigradus Slender Loris II Please refer to Primates spp. 1 Jul 75
for other species in this genus.
Nycticebus spp. Slow Loris I The entire genus is listed. 4 Feb 77
This means that all species
and subspecies within the
genus are subject to the
Convention.
Please see below for species
and subspecies with an earlier
date of first listing.
Nycticebus coucang Slow Loris I Please refer to above listing 1 Jul 75
for other species in this genus.
Perodicticus potto Potto II Please refer to Primates spp. 26 Feb 76
for other species in this genus.

Family: Megaladapidae (formerly included in


Family Lemuridae)
Megaladapidae spp. Sportive lemurs I The entire family is listed. 1 Jul 75
Genera in family inlcude: Lepilemur. This means that all species
and subspecies within the
genera in this family are
subject to the Convention.
Order: Rodentia
Family: Agoutidae
Agouti paca Greater Paca, Spotted III Only populations of Honduras 13 Apr 87
(includes generic synonym Cuniculus) Cavy, Spotted Paca are subject to the Convention.
Family: Chinchillidae
Chinchilla spp. (specimens of the chinchillas I The entire genus is listed. 4 Feb 77
domesticated form are not subject to the This means that all species
provisions of the Convention) and subspecies in the genus
are subject to the Convention.
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Family: Dasyproctidae
Dasyprocta punctata Central American Agouti, III Only populations of Honduras 13 Apr 87
Common Agouti are subject to the Convention.
Family: Erethizontidae
Sphiggurus mexicanus (includes generic Mexican Tree Porcupine, III Only populations of Honduras 13 Apr 87
synonym Coendou) Middle American are subject to the Convention.
Prehensile-tailed
Porcupine, Coendou
Sphiggurus spinosus (includes generic Spiny Tree Porcupine, III Only populations of Uruguay 14 Jul 76
synonym Coendou) Prehensile-tailed Porcupine are subject to the Convention.
Family: Muridae
Leporillus conditor Greater Stick-nest Rat, I 1 Jul 75
House-building Rat,
Australian Stick-nest Rat
Pseudomys praeconis Shark Bay Mouse, False I 1 Jul 75
Mouse
Xeromys myoides False Water Rat I 1 Jul 75
Zyzomys pedunculatus Central Rock-rat, I 1 Jul 75
Australian Native Mouse,
Mcdonnell Range Rock-rat
Family: Sciuridae
Cynomys mexicanus Mexican Prairie Dog, I 1 Jul 75
Mexican Prairie Marmot
Marmota caudata Long-tailed Marmot III Only populations of India are 16 Mar 89
subject to the Convention.
Marmota himalayana Himalayan Marmot III Only populations of India are 16 Mar 89
subject to the Convention.
Ratufa spp. giant squirrels II The entire genus is listed. 1 Jul 75
This means that all species
and subspecies in the genus
are subject to the Convention.
Sciurus deppei Deppe’s Squirrel III Only populations of Costa 28 Oct 76
Rica are subject to the
Convention.
Order: Scandentia
Family: Tupaiidae (formerly included in the
Order Primates)
Tupaiidae spp. tree shrews II The entire family is listed. 4 Feb 77
Genera in the family include: Anathana, This means that all species
Dendrogale, Ptilocercus, Tupaia, Urogale. and subspecies within the
genera in this family are
subject to the Convention.
Order: Sirenia
Family: Dugongidae
Dugong dugon Dugong I 1 Jul 75
Family: Trichechidae
Trichechus inunguis South American Manatee, I 1 Jul 75
Amazonian Manatee
Trichechus manatus Caribbean Manatee, North I 1 Jul 75
American Manatee, West
Indian Manatee
Trichechus senegalensis West African Manatee II 1 Jul 75
Order: Xenarthra
Family: Bradypodidae
Bradypus variegatus (includes synonyms (Bolivian) Three-toed II 1 Jul 75
Bradypus boliviensis and Bradypus griseus) Sloth
Family: Dasypodidae
Cabassous centralis Northern Naked-tailed III Only populations of Costa 28 Oct 76
Armadillo, Five-toed Rica are subject to the
Armadillo Convention.
Cabassous tatouay (includes synonym (Greater) Naked-tailed III Only populations of Uruguay 14 Jul 76
Cabassous gymnurus) Armadillo are subject to the Convention.
Chaetophractus nationi Hairy Armadillo II A zero annual export quota 28 Sep 97
has been established. All
specimens shall be deemed to
be specimens of species
included in Appendix I and
the trade in them shall be

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regulated accordingly.
Priodontes maximus (includes synonym Giant Armadillo I 1 Jul 75
Priodontes giganteus)
Family: Megalonychidae
Choloepus hoffmanni Hoffmann’s Two-toed III Only populations of Costa 28 Oct 76
Sloth Rica are subject to the
Convention.
Family: Myrmecophagidae
Myrmecophaga tridactyla Giant Anteater II 1 Jul 75
Tamandua mexicana (formerly included as Southern Tamandua, III Only populations of 23 Apr 81
Tamandua tetradactyla (in part)) Collared Anteater Guatemala are subject to the
Convention.
Class: Osteichthyes (Bony fishes)
Taxon Common name Appendix Notation First listed
Order: Acipenseriformes
Acipenseriformes spp. sturgeons, paddlefish II The entire order is listed. This 1 Apr 98
Families and Genera in the order include: means that all families,
Acipenseridae: Acipenser, Huso, genera, species and
Pseudoscaphirhynchus, Scaphirhynchus. subspecies in this order are
subject to the Convention.
Polyodontidae: Polyodon, Psephurus Families and genera in this
order are listed in column 1.
Please see below for species
in Appendix I and/or with an
earlier date of first listing.

Exemption: Up to 250 grams


of caviar per person, from
Appendix II listed species
only, contained in
accompanied baggage and for
personal use, does not require
any CITES documentation.
Family: Acipenseridae
Acipenser brevirostrum Short-nosed Sturgeon I 1 Jul 75
Acipenser fulvescens Lake Sturgeon II Please refer to 1 Jul 75
Acipenseriformes spp. for
other species in this genus.
Acipenser oxyrhynchus Atlantic Sturgeon II Please refer to 1 Jul 75
Acipenseriformes spp. for
other species in this genus.
Acipenser sturio Common Sturgeon, Baltic I 1 Jul 75
Sturgeon
Family Polyodontidae
Polyodon spathula Duckbill Cat, Missisippi II Please refer to 11 Jun 92
Paddlefish Acipenseriformes spp. for
other species in this genus.
Order: Ceratodontiformes
Family: Ceratodontidae
Neoceratodus forsteri Australian Lungfish II 1 Jul 75
Order: Coelacanthiformes
Family: Latimeriidae
Latimeria spp. coelacanths I The entire genus is listed. 19 Jul 00
This means that all species
and subspecies in the genus
are subject to the Convention.
Latimeria chalumnae Gombessa Coelacanth I 1 Jul 75
Order: Cypriniformes
Family: Catostomidae
Chasmistes cujus Cui-ui I 1 Jul 75
Family: Cyprinidae
Caecobarbus geertsi African Blind Barb, Congo II 6 Jun 81
Blind Barb
Probarbus jullieni Ikan, Temoleh, Pla Eesok I 1 Jul 75
(Thai), Ikan Temelian
(Malay)
Order: Osteoglossiformes
Family: Osteoglossidae
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Arapaima gigas Arapaima, Pirarucu II 1 Jul 75
Scleropages formosus Asian Bonytongue I 1 Jul 75
Order: Perciformes
Family: Labridae
Cheilinus undulatus Humphead wrasse II 12 Jan 05
Family: Sciaenidae
Totoaba macdonaldi (syn Cynoscion Macdonald Weakfish, I 4 Feb 77
macdonaldi) Totoaba
Order: Siluriformes
Family: Pangasiidae
Pangasianodon gigas (Thailand) Giant Catfish I 1 Jul 75
Class: Reptilia (Reptiles)
Taxon Common name Appendix Notation First listed
Order: Crocodylia
Crocodylia spp. (includes Alligatoridae, crocodiles, alligators, II The entire order is listed. This 4 Feb 77
Crocodylidae and Gavialidae) caimans, gavials means that all families,
Families and Genera in the order include: genera, species and
Alligatoridae: Alligator, Caiman, subspecies in this order are
Melanosuchus, Palaeosuchus. subject to the Convention.
Families and genera in this
Crocodylidae: Crocodylus, Osteolaemus, order are listed in column 1.
Tomistoma. Please see below for species
Gavialidae: Gavialis in Appendix I and/or with an
earlier date of first listing.

Exemption: Up to 4 non-live
specimens per person, worn
on the person or contained in
accompanied baggage and for
personal use, do not require
any CITES documentation.
Family: Alligatoridae
Alligator mississippiensis American Alligator II Please refer to Crocodylia 1 Jul 75
spp. for other species in this
genus.
Alligator sinensis Chinese Alligator I Please refer to Crocodylia 1 Jul 75
spp. for other species in this
genus.
Caiman crocodilus apaporiensis Apaporis River Caiman I Please refer to Crocodylia 1 Jul 75
spp. for other species in this
genus.
Caiman crocodilus crocodilus Common Caiman, II Please refer to Crocodylia 1 Jul 75
Spectacled Caiman spp. for other species in this
genus.
Caiman crocodilus fuscus Brown Caiman II Please refer to Crocodylia 1 Jul 75
spp. for other species in this
genus.
Caiman latirostris Broad-nosed Caiman, I Please see below for 1 Jul 75
Broad-snouted Caiman population in Appendix II.
Refer to Crocodylia spp. for
other species in this genus.
Caiman latirostris Broad-nosed Caiman, II Populations of Argentina are 1 Jul 75
Broad-snouted Caiman Appendix II. Please see above
listing for other populations.
Caiman yacare Yacare II Please refer to Crocodylia 1 Jul 75
spp. for other species in this
genus.
Melanosuchus niger Black Caiman I Please see below for 1 Jul 75
populations in Appendix II.
Refer to Crocodylia spp. for
other species in this genus.
Melanosuchus niger Black Caiman II Populations of Ecuador are 1 Jul 75
Appendix II. Please see above
listing for other populations.
Melanosuchus niger Black Caiman II Populations of Brazil are 1 Jul 75
Appendix II. Please see above
listings for other populations.

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Paleosuchus palpebrosus Dwarf Caiman II Please refer to Crocodylia 1 Jul 75
spp. for other species in this
genus.
Paleosuchus trigonatus Smooth-fronted Caiman II Please refer to Crocodylia 1 Jul 75
spp. for other species in this
genus.
Family: Crocodylidae
Crocodylus acutus American Crocodile I Please see below for 1 Jul 75
population in Appendix II.
Refer to Crocodylia spp. for
other species in this genus.
Crocodylus acutus II Populations of Cuba are 1 Jul 75
Appendix II. Please see above
listing for other populations.
Crocodylus cataphractus African Slender-snouted I Please refer to Crocodylia 1 Jul 75
Crocodile, African Sharp- spp. for other species in this
nosed Crocodile genus.
Crocodylus intermedius Orinoco Crocodile I Please refer to Crocodylia 1 Jul 75
spp. for other species in this
genus.
Crocodylus johnstoni (includes synonym Freshwater Crocodile II Please refer to Crocodylia 1 Jul 75
Crocodylus johnsoni) spp. for other species in this
genus.
Crocodylus mindorensis (also referenced as Philippine Crocodile I Please refer to Crocodylia 1 Jul 75
Crocodylus novaeguineae mindorensis) spp. for other species in this
genus.
Crocodylus moreletii Morelet’s Crocodile I Please refer to Crocodylia 1 Jul 75
spp. for other species in this
genus.
Crocodylus niloticus Nile Crocodile I Please see below for 1 Jul 75
population in Appendix II.
Refer to Crocodylia spp. for
other species in this genus.
Crocodylus niloticus Nile Crocodile II Populations of Botswana, 1 Jul 75
Ethiopia, Kenya, Madagascar,
Malawi, Mozambique,
Namibia, South Africa, the
United Republic of Tanzania
(subject to export quotas),
Uganda, Zambia and
Zimbabwe are Appendix II.
Please see above listing for
other populations.
Crocodylus novaeguineae New Guinea Crocodile, II Please refer to Crocodylia 1 Jul 75
Freshwater Crocodile spp. for other species in this
genus.
Crocodylus palustris Marsh, Broad-snouted I Please refer to Crocodylia 1 Jul 75
Ormugger Crocodile spp. for other species in this
genus.
Crocodylus porosus Saltwater Crocodile I Please see below for 1 Jul 75
population in Appendix II.
Refer to Crocodylia spp. for
other species in this genus.
Crocodylus porosus Saltwater Crocodile II Populations of Australia, 1 Jul 75
Indonesia and Papua New
Guinea are Appendix II.
Please see above listing for
other populations.
Crocodylus rhombifer Cuban Crocodile I Please refer to Crocodylia 1 Jul 75
spp. for other species in this
genus.
Crocodylus siamensis Siamese Crocodile I Please refer to Crocodylia 1 Jul 75
spp. for other species in this
genus.
Osteolaemus tetraspis (African) Dwarf Crocodile I 1 Jul 75
Tomistoma schlegelii Tomistoma, False Gavial I 1 Jul 75
Family: Gavialidae
Gavialis gangeticus (Indian) Gavial, Gharial I 1 Jul 75
Order: Rhynchocephalia
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Family: Sphenodontidae
Sphenodon spp. tuataras I The entire genus is listed. 1 Jul 75
This means that all species
and subspecies in the genus
are subject to the Convention.
Order: Squamata
Suborder: Sauria
Family: Agamidae
Uromastyx spp. Spiny-tailed, Dabb Lizards, II The entire genus is listed. 4 Feb 77
Palm Lizards, Mastigures This means that all species
and subspecies in the genus
are subject to the Convention.
Family: Chamaeleonidae
Bradypodion spp. (formerly included in dwarf chameleons II The entire genus is listed. 4 Feb 77
Chamaeleo spp.) This means that all species
and subspecies in the genus
are subject to the Convention.
Brookesia spp. chameleon II The entire genus is listed. 13 Feb 03
This means that all species
and subspecies in the genus
are subject to the Convention.
Please see below for species
included in Appendix I.
Brookesia perarmata Antsingy Leaf Chameleon I Please refer to Brookesia spp. 13 Feb 03
for other species in this genus.
Calumma spp. (formerly included in chameleons II The entire genus is listed. 4 Feb 77
Chamaeleo spp.) This means that all species
and subspecies in the genus
are subject to the Convention.
Chamaeleo spp. chameleons II The entire genus is listed. 4 Feb 77
This means that all species
and subspecies in the genus
are subject to the Convention.
Furcifer spp. (formerly included in chameleons II The entire genus is listed. 4 Feb 77
Chamaeleo spp.) This means that all species
and subspecies in the genus
are subject to the Convention.
Family: Cordylidae
Cordylus spp. (includes Pseudocordylus girdled lizards II The entire genus is listed. 6 Jun 81
spp.) This means that all species
and subspecies in the genus
are subject to the Convention.
Family: Gekkonidae
Cyrtodactylus serpensinsula (also Serpent Island Gecko II 4 Feb 77
referenced in genus Nactus)
Hoplodactylus spp. Sticky-toed Gecko III Only populations of New 28 May 03
Zealand of species and
subspecies in the genus are
subject to the Convention.
Naultinus spp. New Zealand Tree Gecko III Only populations of New 28 May 03
Zealand of species and
subspecies in the genus are
subject to the Convention.
Phelsuma spp. (includes generic synonym day geckos II The entire genus is listed. 4 Feb 77
Rhoptropella) This means that all species
and subspecies in the genus
are subject to the Convention.
Uroplatus spp. leaf-tailed geckos II The entire genus is listed. 12 Jan 05
This means that all species
and subspecies in the genus
are subject to the Convention.
Family: Helodermatidae
Heloderma spp. bearded lizards, gila II The entire genus is listed. 1 Jul 75
monster This means that all species
and subspecies in the genus
are subject to the Convention.
Please see below for species
in Appendix I.
Heloderma horridum charlesbogerti Guatemalan beaded lizard I 1 Jul 75
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Family: Iguanidae
Amblyrhynchus cristatus Galapagos Marine Iguana II 1 Jul 75
Brachylophus spp. Fiji iguanas I The entire genus is listed. 6 Jun 81
This means that all species
and subspecies in the genus
are subject to the Convention.
Conolophus spp. land lizards II The entire genus is listed. 1 Jul 75
This means that all species
and subspecies in the genus
are subject to the Convention.
Cyclura spp. ground iguanas I The entire genus is listed. 4 Feb 77
This means that all species
and subspecies in the genus
are subject to the Convention.
Iguana spp. common iguanas II The entire genus is listed. 4 Feb 77
This means that all species
and subspecies in the genus
are subject to the Convention.
Phrynosoma coronatum Coastal Horned Lizards II 11 Jun 92
Phrynosoma coronatum blainvillei San Diego Horned Lizard II 1 Jul 75
Sauromalus varius San Esteban Island I 6 Jun 81
Chuckwalla
Family: Lacertidae
Gallotia simonyi Hierro Giant Lizard I 22 Oct 87
Podarcis lilfordi Balearic Lizard, Lilford’s II 22 Oct 87
Wall Lizard
Podarcis pityusensis Balearic Lizard, Ibiza Wall II 22 Oct 87
Lizard
Family: Scincidae
Corucia zebrata Prehensile-tailed Skink II 11 Jun 92
Family: Teiidae
Crocodilurus amazonicus Dragon Lizardet II 4 Feb 77
Dracaena spp. caiman lizards II The entire genus is listed. 18 Jan 90
This means that all species
and subspecies in the genus
are subject to the Convention.
Please see below for species
with an earlier first listing
date.
Dracaena guianensis Armoured Teyou II Please refer to Dracaena spp. 4 Feb 77
for other species in this genus.
Tupinambis spp. (Tupinambis merinae was tegu lizards II The entire genus is listed. 4 Feb 77
until 1 August 2000 listed as Tupinambis This means that all species
teguixin. Tupinambis teguixin was until 1 and subspecies in the genus
August 2000 listed as Tupinambis are subject to the Convention.
nigropunctatus)
Family: Varanidae
Varanus spp. monitor lizards II The entire genus is listed. 1 Jul 75
This means that all species
and subspecies in the genus
are subject to the Convention.
Please see below for species
in Appendix I.
Varanus bengalensis Indian Monitor, Bengal I Please refer to Varanus spp. 1 Jul 75
Monitor for other species in this genus.
Varanus flavescens Yellow Monitor, Ruddy I Please refer to Varanus spp. 1 Jul 75
Snub-nosed Monitor, for other species in this genus.
Yellow Land
Lizard, Indian Oval-grain
Lizard
Varanus griseus Grey Monitor, Desert I Please refer to Varanus spp. 1 Jul 75
Monitor for other species in this genus.
Varanus komodoensis Komodo (Island) Monitor, I Please refer to Varanus spp. 1 Jul 75
Komodo Dragon, Ora for other species in this genus.
Varanus nebulosus Indian Monitor I Please refer to Varanus spp. 1 Jan 75
for other species in this genus.
Family: Xenosauridae
Shinisaurus crocodilurus Chinese Crocodile Lizard II 18 Jan 90

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Suborder: Serpentes
Family: Boidae
Boidae spp. boas II The entire family is listed. 4 Feb 77
Genera in the family include: Acrantophis, This means that all species
Boa, Calabaria, Candoia, Charina, and subspecies within the
Corallus, Epicrates, Eryx, Eunectes, genera in this family are
Gongylophis, Lichanura, Sanzinia. subject to the Convention.
Please see below for genera,
species and subspecies
included in Appendix I and/or
with earlier first listing date.
Acrantophis spp. Madagascar ground boas I The entire genus is listed. 4 Feb 77
This means that all species
and subspecies in the genus
are subject to the Convention.
Boa constrictor (also referenced as Boa Constrictor II Please refer to Boidae spp. for 1 Jul 75
Constrictor constrictor) other species in this genus.
Boa constrictor occidentalis (also Argentine Boa Constrictor I Please refer to Boidae spp. for 4 Feb 77
referenced as Constrictor constrictor other species in this genus.
occidentalis)
Epicrates cenchria cenchria Rainbow Boa II Please refer to Boidae spp. for 1 Jul 75
other species in this genus.
Epicrates inornatus Puerto Rican Tree Boa, I Please refer to Boidae spp. for 4 Feb 77
Yellow Tree Boa, Culebra other species in this genus.
Grande
Epicrates inornatus inornatus Yellow Tree Boa I Please refer to Boidae spp. for 1 Jul 75
other species in this genus.
Epicrates monensis Mona Boa I Please refer to Boidae spp. for 4 Feb 77
other species in this genus.
Epicrates subflavus Jamaican Boa I Please refer to Boidae spp. for 1 Jul 75
other species in this genus.
Eryx jaculus Caucasian Sand Boa II Please refer to Boidae spp. for 22 Apr 76
other species in this genus.
Eunectes notaeus Yellow Anaconda II Please refer to Boidae spp. for 1 Jul 75
other species in this genus.
Sanzinia madagascariensis (includes Madagascar Tree Boa, I Please refer to Boidae spp. for 4 Feb 77
synonym Sanzinia manditra) Sanzinia other species in this genus.
Family: Bolyeriidae
Bolyeriidae spp. (formerly included in Round Island Boas II The entire family is listed. 4 Feb 77
Family Boidae) This means that all species
Genera in the family include: Bolyeria, and subspecies within the
Casarea. genera in this family are
subject to the Convention.
Please see below for species
included in Appendix I.
Bolyeria multocarinata Round Island Boa I Please refer to Bolyeriidae 4 Feb 77
spp. for other species in this
genus.
Casarea dussumieri Keel-scaled Boa, Round I Please refer to Bolyeriidae 4 Feb 77
Island Boa spp. for other species in this
genus.
Family: Colubridae
Atretium schistosum Olive Keelback Water III Only populations of India are 13 Jan 84
Snake subject to the Convention.
Cerberus rhynchops Dog-faced Water Snake III Only populations of India are 13 Jan 84
subject to the Convention.
Clelia clelia (includes synonym Pseudoboa Mussurana Snake II 1 Jul 75
cloelia)
Cyclagras gigas (also referenced as South American False II 1 Jul 75
Hydrodynastes gigas) Water Cobra, South
American Water Cobra,
Beach Cobra, Surucucu
Elachistodon westermanni Indian Egg-eating Snake, II 1 Jul 75
Westermann’s Indian Egg-
eater Snake
Ptyas mucosus Oriental Rat Snake, Indian II 13 Jan 84
Rat Snake, Asian Rat
Snake, Whipsnake
Xenochrophis piscator (formerly included Asian Water Snake, III Only populations of India are 13 Jan 84
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in genus Natrix) Checkered Keelback Water subject to the Convention.
Snake
Family: Elapidae
Hoplocephalus bungaroides Broad-headed Snake II 1 Aug 85
Micrurus diastema Atlanta Coral Snake III Only populations of Honduras 13 Apr 87
are subject to the Convention.
Micrurus nigrocinctus Central American Coral III Only populations of Honduras 13 Apr 87
Snake, Black-banded Coral are subject to the Convention.
Snake
Naja atra (formerly included under Naja Chinese Cobra II 13 Jan 84
naja)
Naja kaouthia (formerly included under Monocled Cobra II 13 Jan 84
Naja naja)
Naja mandalayensis (formerly included Mandalay Cobra II 13 Jan 84
under Naja naja)
Naja naja Asian Cobra II 13 Jan 84
Naja oxiana (formerly included under Naja Oxus Cobra II 13 Jan 84
naja)
Naja philippinensis (formerly included Philippine Cobra II 13 Jan 84
under Naja naja)
Naja sagittifera (formerly included under Andaman Cobra II 13 Jan 84
Naja naja)
Naja samarensis (formerly included under Peters’ Cobra II 13 Jan 84
Naja naja)
Naja siamensis (formerly included under Indochinese Cobra II 13 Jan 84
Naja naja)
Naja sputatrix (formerly included under Indonesian Cobra II 13 Jan 84
Naja naja)
Naja sumatrana (formerly included under Golden Spitting Cobra II 13 Jan 84
Naja naja)
Ophiophagus Hannah King Cobra II 13 Jan 84

Family: Loxocemidae
Loxocemidae spp. (formerly included in new world pythons II The entire family is listed. 4 Feb 77
Family Boidae) This means that all species
Genera in family include: Loxocemus and subspecies within the
genera in this family are
subject to the Convention.
Family: Pythonidae
Pythonidae spp. (formerly included in pythons II The entire family is listed. 4 Feb 77
Family Boidae) This means that all species
Genera in family include: Antaresia, and subspecies within the
Apodora, Aspidites, Bothrochilus, genera in this family are
Leiopython, Liasis, Morelia, Python. subject to the Convention.
Please see below for genera
and subspecies included in
Appendix I and/or with an
earlier date of first listing.
Python spp. pythons II The entire genus is listed. 1 Jul 75
This means that all species
and subspecies in the genus
are subject to the Convention.
Please see below for
subspecies included in
Appendix I.
Python molurus molurus (includes synonym Indian (Rock) or Tiger I Please refer to Python spp. for 1 Jul 75
Python molurus pimbura) Python other species in this genus.
Family: Tropidophiidae
Tropidophiidae spp. (formerly included in small ground boas II The entire family is listed. 4 Feb 77
Family Boidae) This means that all species
Genera in family include: Exiliboa, and subspecies within the
Trachyboa, Tropidophis, Ungaliophis. genera in this family are
subject to the Convention.
Family: Viperidae
Crotalus durissus Tropical Rattlesnake, III Only populations of Honduras 13 Apr 87
Cascabel, Cascaval are subject to the Convention.
Daboia russelii (formerly included as Russell’s Viper, Daboia III Only populations of India are 13 Jan 84
Vipera russelli) subject to the Convention.
Vipera ursinii Orsini’s Viper I Only the population of Europe 22 Oct 87
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(except the area which
formerly constituted the
Union of Soviet Socialist
Republics) is subject to the
Convention.
Vipera wagneri Wagner’s Viper II 11 Jun 92
Order: Testudinata
Family: Carettochelyidae
Carettochelys insculpta Pig-nosed Turtle, Fly River II 12 Jan 05
Turtle
Family: Chelidae
Chelodina mccordi Roti Island Snake-necked II 12 Jan 05
Turtle, McCord's
Snake-necked Turtle
Pseudemydura umbrina Short-necked Swamp I 1 Jul 75
Turtle, Western Swamp
Tortoise
Family: Cheloniidae
Cheloniidae spp. sea turtles I The entire family is listed. 4 Feb 77
Genera in the family include: Caretta, This means that all species
Chelonia, Erytmochelys, Lepidochelys, and subspecies within the
Natator. genera in this family are
subject to the Convention.
Please see below for species
and subspecies with an earlier
date of first listing.
Caretta caretta Loggerhead I 1 Jul 75
Chelonia mydas Green Turtle I 1 Jul 75
Eretmochelys imbricata bissa Pacific Hawksbill I Please refer to Cheloniidae 1 Jul 75
spp. for other species in this
genus.
Eretmochelys imbricata imbricata Atlantic Hawksbill I Please refer to Cheloniidae 1 Jul 75
spp. for other species in this
genus.
Lepidochelys kempi Atlantic Ridley I 1 Jul 75
Lepidochelys olivacea Pacific Ridley I 1 Jan 75
Natator depressus Flatback I 1 Jan 75
Family: Chelydridae
Macroclemys temminckii Alligator snapping turtle III Only populations of the 14 Jun 06
United States of America are
subject to the Convention.
Family: Dermatemydidae
Dermatemys mawii Central American River II 6 Jun 81
Turtle
Family: Dermochelyidae
Dermochelys coriacea Leathery, Leather-backed I 1 Jul 75
Turtle
Family: Emydidae
Annamemys annamensis Annam Pond Turtle II 13 Feb 03
Batagur baska River Terrapin, Tuntong, I 1 Jul 75
Common Batagur
Callagur borneoensis Painted Terrapin II 18 Sep 97
Chinemys megalocephala Chinese Pond Turtle, III Only populations of China are 17 Feb 05
Chinese broad-headed subject to the Convention.
Turtle
Chinemys nigricans Red-necked Pond Turtle, III Only populations of China are 17 Feb 05
Kwangtung River Turtle subject to the Convention.
Chinemys reevesii Reeve’s Turtle III Only populations of China are 17 Feb 05
subject to the Convention.
Clemmys insculpta Wood Turtle II 11 Jun 92
Clemmys muhlenbergii Bog Turtle, Muhlenberg’s I 1 Jul 75
Turtle
Cuora spp. Asian box turtles II The entire genus is listed. 19 Jul 00
This means that all species
and subspecies in the genus
are subject to the Convention.
Geoclemys hamiltonii (also referenced in Spotted Pond Turtle I 1 Jul 75
genus Damonia)

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Geoemyda spengleri Black-breasted Leaf Turtle III Only populations of China are 17 Feb 05
subject to the Convention.
Graptemys spp. Map turtles III Only populations of the 14 Jun 06
United States of America are
subject to the Convention.
Heosemys depressa turtle II 13 Feb 03
Heosemys grandis turtle II 13 Feb 03
Heosemys leytensis turtle II 13 Feb 03
Heosemys spinosa turtle II 13 Feb 03
Hieremys annandalii Yellow-headed Temple II 13 Feb 03
Turtle
Kachuga spp. Indian roofed turtle II The entire genus is listed. 13 Feb 03
This means that all species
and subspecies in the genus
are subject to the Convention.
Please see below for species
in Appendix I and with an
earlier date of first listing.

Kachuga tecta (formerly included as Indian Sawback Turtle I Please refer to Kachuga spp. 1 Jul 75
Kachuga tecta tecta) for other species in this genus.
Leucocephalon yuwonoi Sulawesi Forest Turtle II 13 Feb 03
Malayemys subtrijuga Malayan Snail-eating II 12 Jan 05
Turtle
Mauremys iversoni Iverson’s Pond Turtle, III Only populations of China are 17 Feb 05
Fujian Pond Turtle subject to the Convention.
Mauremys mutica Yellow Pond Turtle II 13 Feb 03
Mauremys pritchardi Pritchard’s Pond Turtle, III Only populations of China are 17 Feb 05
Lashio Pond Turtle subject to the Convention.
Melanochelys tricarinata (includes generic Three-keeled Asian Turtle I 1 Jul 75
synonyms Nicoria and Geoemyda (part))
Morenia ocellata Burmese Peacock Turtle I 1 Jul 75
Notochelys platynota Malayan Flat-shelled Turtle II 12 Jan 05
Ocadia glyphistoma Guangxi Stripe-necked III Only populations of China are 17 Feb 05
Turtle subject to the Convention.
Ocadia philippeni Philippen’s Stripe-necked III Only populations of China are 17 Feb 05
Turtle subject to the Convention.
Ocadia sinensis Chinese Stripe-necked III Only populations of China are 17 Feb 05
Turtle subject to the Convention.
Orlitia borneensis Malayan Giant Turtle II 13 Feb 03
Pyxidea mouhotii Keeled Box Turtle II 13 Feb 03
Sacalia bealei Beal’s Eyed Turtle III Only populations of China are 17 Feb 05
subject to the Convention.
Sacalia pseudocellata False-eyed Turtle III Only populations of China are 17 Feb 05
subject to the Convention.
Sacalia quadriocellata Four-eyed Turtle III Only populations of China are 17 Feb 05
subject to the Convention.
Siebenrockiella crassicollis Black Marsh Turtle II 13 Feb 03
Terrapene spp. box turtles II The entire genus is listed. 16 Feb 95
This means that all species
and subspecies in the genus
are subject to the Convention.
Please see below for species
in Appendix I and with an
earlier date of first listing.
Terrapene coahuila Aquatic Box Turtle I Please refer to Terrapene spp. 1 Jul 75
for other species in this genus.
Family: Pelomedusidae
Erymnochelys madagascariensis (formerly Madagascar Turtle II 1 Jul 75
included in Podocnemis spp.)
Peltocephalus dumeriliana (formerly Big-headed Amazon River II 1 Jul 75
included in Podocnemis spp.) Turtle
Podocnemis spp. South American Turtles II The entire genus is listed. 1 Jul 75
This means that all species
and subspecies in the genus
are subject to the Convention.
Family: Platysternidae
Platysternon megacephalum Big-headed Turtle II 13 Feb 03

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Family: Testudinidae
Testudinidae spp. land tortoises II The entire family is listed. 4 Feb 77
Genera in family include: Chersina, This means that all species
Geochelone, Gopherus, Homopus, and subspecies within the
Indotestudo, Kinixys, Malacochersus, genera in this family are
Manouria, Psammobates, Pyxis, Testudo. subject to the Convention.
Please see below for genera
and species included in
Appendix I and/or with an
earlier date of first listing.
Geochelone spp. land tortoises II The entire genus is listed. 1 Jul 75
This means that all species
and subspecies in the genus
are subject to the Convention.
Please see below for species
included in Appendix I.
Geochelone nigra (also referenced as Galapagos Tortoise I Please refer to Geochelone 1 Jul 75
Geochelone elephantopus; also referenced spp. for other species in this
in genus Testudo) genus.
Geochelone radiata (also referenced in Madagascar Radiated I Please refer to Geochelone 1 Jul 75
genus Testudo) Tortoise spp. for other species in this
genus.
Geochelone yniphora (also referenced in Angulated Tortoise I Please refer to Geochelone 1 Jul 75
genus Testudo) spp. for other species in this
genus.
Gopherus spp. gopher tortoises II The entire genus is listed. 1 Jul 75
This means that all species
and subspecies in the genus
are subject to the Convention.
Please see below for species
included in Appendix I.
Gopherus flavomarginatus Bolson Tortoise I Please refer to Gophenus spp. 1 Jul 75
for other species in this genus.
Homopus spp. African parrot-beaked II The entire genus is listed. 1 Jul 75
tortoises This means that all species
and subspecies in the genus
are subject to the Convention.
Kinixys spp. hinged-back tortoises II The entire genus is listed. 1 Jul 75
This means that all species
and subspecies in the genus
are subject to the Convention.
Malacochersus spp. pancake tortoises II The entire genus is listed. 1 Jul 75
This means that all species
and subspecies in the genus
are subject to the Convention.
Psammobates geometricus (also referenced Geometric Turtle I Please refer to Testudinidae 1 Jul 75
in genus Testudo) spp. for other species in this
genus.
Pyxis spp. spider tortoises II The entire genus is listed. 1 Jul 75
This means that all species
and subspecies in the genus
are subject to the Convention.
Please see below for species
included in Appendix I.
Pyxis arachnoides Malagasy Spider Tortoise I Please refer to Pyxis spp. for 1 Jul 75
other species in this genus.
Pyxis planicauda Flat-tailed Spider Tortoise I Please refer to Pyxis spp. for 1 Jul 75
other species in this genus.
Testudo spp. (includes Chersina spp.) land tortoises II The entire genus is listed. 1 Jul 75
This means that all species
and subspecies in the genus
are subject to the Convention.
Please see below for species
included in Appendix I.
Testudo kleinmanni Egyptian Tortoise I Please refer to Testudo spp. 1 Jul 75
for other species in this genus.
Testudo werneri land tortoise I Please refer to Testudo spp. 1 Jul 75
for other species in this genus.
Family: Trionychidae

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Amyda cartilaginea Asiatic Softshell Turtle II 12 Jan 05
Apalone ater (formerly included in genus Cuatro Cienegas Softshell I 1 Jul 75
Trionyx) Turtle
Aspideretes gangeticus (formerly included Indian Softshell Turtle I 1 Jul 75
in genus Trionyx)
Aspideretes hurum (formerly included in Peacock Softshell Turtle I 1 Jul 75
genus Trionyx)
Aspideretes nigricans (formerly included in Black Softshell Turtle I 1 Jul 75
genus Trionyx)
Chitra spp. turtle II The entire genus is listed. 13 Feb 03
This means that all species
and subspecies in the genus
are subject to the Convention.
Lissemys punctata Indian Flap-shell Tortoise II 16 Feb 95
Lissemys punctata punctata Indian Flap-shell Tortoise II 1 Jul 75
Palea steindachneri Wattle-necked Softshell III Only populations of China are 17 Feb 05
Turtle subject to the Convention.
Pelochelys spp. giant softshell turtles II The entire genus is listed. 13 Feb 03
This means that all species
and subspecies in the genus
are subject to the Convention.
Pelodiscus axenaria Chinese Softshell Turtle III Only populations of China are 17 Feb 05
subject to the Convention.
Pelodiscus maackii Chinese Softshell Turtle III Only populations of China are 17 Feb 05
subject to the Convention.
Pelodiscus parviformis Chinese Softshell Turtle III Only populations of China are 17 Feb 05
subject to the Convention.
Rafetus swinhoei Shanghai Softshell Turtle III Only populations of China are 17 Feb 05
subject to the Convention.

Phylum: Annelida (Annelid worms)


Class: Hirudinoidea (Leeches)
Taxon Common name Appendix Notation First listed
Order: Arhynchobdellida
Family: Hirudinidae
Hirudo medicinalis Medicinal Leech II 22 Oct 87

Phylum:Arthropoda (Arthropods)
Class: Arachnida (Spiders, scorpions and ticks)
Taxon Common name Appendix Notation First listed
Order: Araneae
Family: Theraphosidae
Aphonopelma albiceps (formerly included Tarantula II 16 Feb 95
in genus Brachypelma)
Aphonopelma pallidum (formerly included Tarantula II 16 Feb 95
in genus Brachypelma)
Brachypelma spp. red-kneed tarantulas II The entire genus is listed. 16 Feb 95
This means that all species
and subspecies in the genus
are subject to the Convention.
Please see below for species
with an earlier date of first
listing.
Brachypelma smithi Red-kneed Tarantula II Please refer to Brachypelma 1 Aug 85
spp. for other species in this
genus.
Order: Scorpiones
Family: Scorpionidae
Pandinus dictator Emperor Scorpion II 16 Feb 95
Pandinus gambiensis Emperor Scorpion II 16 Feb 95
Pandinus imperator (includes synonyms Emperor Scorpion II 16 Feb 95
Pandinus africanus and Heterometrus
roeseli)
Class: Insecta (Insects)
Taxon Common name Appendix Notation First listed

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Order: Coleoptera
Family: Lucanidae
Colophon spp. Cape stag beetles III Only populations of South 13 Sep 00
Africa are subject to the
Convention.
Order: Lepidoptera
Family: Papilionidae
Atrophaneura jophon Swallowtail Butterfly II 13 Feb 03
Atrophaneura pandiyana Swallowtail Butterfly II 13 Feb 03
Bhutanitis spp. Bhutan glory swallowtails II The entire genus is listed. 22 Oct 87
This means that all species
and subspecies in the genus
are subject to the Convention.
Ornithoptera spp. birdwing butterflies II The entire genus is listed. 16 Feb 79
This means that all species
and subspecies in the genus
are subject to the Convention.
Please see below for species
in Appendix I and/or with
earlier date of first listing.
Ornithoptera alexandrae Queen Alexandra's I Please refer to Ornithoptera 4 Feb 77
Birdwing Butterfly spp. for all other species in
this genus.
Ornithoptera allotei Birdwing Butterfly II Please refer to Ornithoptera 4 Feb 77
spp. for all other species in
this genus.
Ornithoptera chimaera Birdwing Butterfly II Please refer to Ornithoptera 4 Feb 77
spp. for all other species in
this genus.
Ornithoptera goliath Birdwing Butterfly II Please refer to Ornithoptera 4 Feb 77
spp. for all other species in
this genus.
Ornithoptera meridionalis Birdwing Butterfly II Please refer to Ornithoptera 4 Feb 77
spp. for all other species in
this genus.
Ornithoptera paradisea Paradise Birdwing II Please refer to Ornithoptera 4 Feb 77
Butterfly spp. for all other species in
this genus.
Ornithoptera victoriae Queen Victoria's Birdwing II Please refer to Ornithoptera 4 Feb 77
Butterfly spp. for all other species in
this genus.
Papilio chikae Luzon Peacock I 22 Oct 87
Swallowtail
Papilio homerus Homerus Swallowtail I 22 Oct 87
Papilio hospiton Corsican Swallowtail I 22 Oct 87
Parnassius apollo Mountain Apollo Butterfly II 4 Feb 77
Teinopalpus spp. Kaiser-I-Hind Butterflies II The entire genus is listed. 22 Oct 87
This means that all species
and subspecies in the genus
are subject to the Convention.
Trogonoptera spp. birdwing butterflies II The entire genus is listed. 16 Feb 79
This means that all species
and subspecies in the genus
are subject to the Convention.
Troides spp. birdwing butterflies II The entire genus is listed. 16 Feb 79
This means that all species
and subspecies in the genus
are subject to the Convention.

Phylum: Cnidaria (Coelenterata) (Coral-like animals)


Class: Anthozoa (Corals and sea anemones)
Taxon Common name Appendix Notation First listed
Order: Antipatharia
Antipatharia spp. black corals II The entire order is listed. This 6 Jun 81
Families and Genera in this order include: means that all families,
Antipathidae: Allopathes, Antipathes, genera, species and
Arachnopathes, Cirrhipathes, Hillopathes, subspecies in this order are
subject to the Convention.
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Pteropathes, Stichopathes, Tylopathes Families and genera in this
Aphanipathidae: Acanthopathes, order are listed in column 1.
Aphanipathes, Distichopathes,
Elatopathes, Phanopathes, Rhipidipathes,
Tetrapathes.
Cladopathidae: Chrysopathes,
Cladopathes, Heliopathes, Hexapathes,
Sibopathes, Trissopathes.
Leiopathidae: Leiopathes.
Myriopathidae: Antipathella,
Cupressopathes, Myriopathes,
Plumapathes, Tanacetipathes.
Schizopathidae: Abyssopathes,
Bathypathes, Dendrobathypathes,
Lillipathes, Parantipathes, Saropathes,
Schizopathes, Stauropathes, Taxipathes,
Order: Helioporaceae (formerly referenced as
Coenothecalia)
Family: Helioporidae
Helioporidae spp. indo-pacific blue corals II The entire family is listed. 1 Aug 85
Genera in the family include: Heliopora. This means that all species
and subspecies within the
genera in this family are
subject to the Convention.
Order: Scleractinia
Scleractinia spp. stony corals II The entire order is listed. This 18 Jan 90
Families and Genera in this order include: means that all families,
Acroporidae: Acropora, Anacropora, genera, species and
Astreopora, Enigmopora, Montipora. subspecies in this order are
subject to the Convention.
Agariciidae: Agaricia, Coeloseris, Families and genera in this
Gardineroseris, Helioseris, Leptoseris, order are listed in column 1.
Pachyseris, Pavona. Please see below for genera
Anthemiphylliidae: Anthemiphyllia. with an earlier date of first
Astrocoeniidae: Stephanocoenia, listing.
Stylocoeniella.
Caryophylliidae: Anomocora, Aulocyathes,
Bathycyathus, Bourneotrochus,
Caryophyllia, Catalaphyllia,
Ceratotrochus, Cladocora, Coenocyathus,
Colangia, Concentrotheca, Conotrochus,
Crispatotrochus, Dactylotrochus,
Dasmosmilia, Deltocyathus,
Desmophyllum, Ericiocyathus, Euphyllia,
Goniocorella, Gyrosmilia, Heterocyathus,
Hoplangia, Labyrinthocyathus,
Lochmaeotrochus, Montigyra, Nomlandia,
Oxysmilia, Paraconotrochus, Paracyathus,
Phacelocyathus, Phyllangia, Physogyra,
Physophyllia, Plerogyra, Polycyathus,
Pourtalosmilia, Rhizosmilia, Solenosmilia,
Stephanocyathus, Sympodangia,
Tethocyathus, Thalamophyllia,
Trochocyathus, Vaughanella.
Dendrophylliidae: Astroides,
Balanophyllia, Bathypsammia,
Cladopsammia, Dendrophyllia,
Dichopsammia, Duncanopsammia,
Eguchipsammia, Enallopsammia,
Endopachys, Endopsammia,
Heteropsammia, Leptosammia,
Notophyllia, Rhizopsammia,
Thecopsammia, Trochopsammia,
Tubastraea, Turbinaria.
Faviidae: Astraeosmilia, Australogyra,
Barabattoia, Caulastraea, Colpophyllia,
Cyphastrea, Diploastrea, Diploria,
Echinopora, Erythrastrea, Favia, Favites,
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Goniastrea, Leptastrea, Leptoria,
Manicina, Montastraea, Moseleya,
Oulastrea, Oulophyllia, Parasimplastrea,
Platygyra, Plesiatrea, Solenastrea.
Flabellidae: Blastotrochus,
Falcatoflabellum, Flabellum, Javania,
Monomyces, Placotrochides,
Placotrochus, Polymyces, Rhizotrochus,
Truncatoflabellum.
Fungiacyathidae: Fungiacyathus.
Fungiidae: Cantharellus, Ctenactis,
Fungia, Halomitra, Heliofungia,
Herpolitha, Lithophyllon, Podabacia,
Polyphyllia, Sandalolitha, Zoopidus.
Gardineriidae: Gardineria.
Guyniidae: Guynia, Pedicellocyathus,
Pourtalocyathus, Schizocyathus,
Stenocyathus, Temnotrochus,
Truncatoguynia.
Meandriniidae: Ctenella, Dendrogyra,
Dichocoenia, Meandrina.
Merulinidae: Boninastrea, Hydnophora,
Merulina, Paraclavarina, Scapophyllia.
Micrabaciidae: Leptopenus, Letepsammia,
Rhombopsammia, Stephanophyllia.
Mussidae: Acanthastrea, Acanthophylia,
Australoamussa, Blastomussa, Cynarina,
Indophyllia, Isophyllastrea, Isophyllia,
Lobophyllia, Micromussa, Mussa,
Mussismilia, Mycetophyllia, Scolymia,
Symphyllia.
Oculinidae: Acrhelia, Archohelia,
Bathelia, Cyathelia, Galaxea, Madrepora,
Oculina, Schizoculina, Sclerhelia,
Simplastrea.
Pectiniidae: Echinophyllia, Mycedium,
Oxypora, Pectinia.
Pocilloporidae: Madracis, Palauastrea,
Pocillopora, Seriatopora, Stylophora.
Poritidae: Alveopora, Goniopora, Porites,
Stylaraea.
Rhizangiidae: Astrangia, Cladangia,
Culicia, Oulangia.
Siderastreidae: Anomastraea,
Coscinastrea, Horastrea, Plesioseris,
Psammocora, Pseudosiderastrea,
Siderastrea.
Trachyphiliidae: Trachyphyllia.
Turbinoliidae: Alatotrochus,
Australocyathus, Conocyathus,
Cryptotrochus, Cyathotrochus,
Deltocyathoides, Dunocyathus,
Endocyathopora, Foveolocyathus,
Holcotrochus, Idiotrochus, Kionotrochus,
Notocyathus, Peponocyathus,
Platytrochus, Pleotrochus,
Pseudocyathoceras, Sphenotrochus,
Thrypticotrochus, Trematotrochus,
Tropidocyathus, Turbinolia.

Family: Acroporidae
Acropora spp. staghorn corals II The entire genus is listed. 1 Aug 85
This means that all species
and subspecies in the genus
are subject to the Convention.

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Family: Agariciidae
Pavona spp. cactus corals II The entire genus is listed. 1 Aug 85
This means that all species
and subspecies in the genus
are subject to the Convention.
Family: Caryophylliidae
Euphyllia spp. trumpet corals II The entire genus is listed. 1 Aug 85
This means that all species
and subspecies in the genus
are subject to the Convention.
Family: Faviidae
Favia spp. brain corals II The entire genus is listed. 1 Aug 85
This means that all species
and subspecies in the genus
are subject to the Convention.
Platygyra spp. brain corals II The entire genus is listed. 1 Aug 85
This means that all species
and subspecies in the genus
are subject to the Convention.
Family: Fungiidae
Fungia spp. mushroom corals II The entire genus is listed. 1 Aug 85
This means that all species
and subspecies in the genus
are subject to the Convention.
Halomitra spp. bowl corals II The entire genus is listed. 1 Aug 85
This means that all species
and subspecies in the genus
are subject to the Convention.
Polyphyllia spp. feather corals II The entire genus is listed. 1 Aug 85
This means that all species
and subspecies in the genus
are subject to the Convention.
Family: Merulinidae
Merulina spp. merulinas II The entire genus is listed. 1 Aug 85
This means that all species
and subspecies in the genus
are subject to the Convention.
Family: Mussidae
Lobophyllia spp. brain corals II The entire genus is listed. 1 Aug 85
This means that all species
and subspecies in the genus
are subject to the Convention.
Family: Pectiniidae
Pectinia spp. lettuce corals II The entire genus is listed. 1 Aug 85
This means that all species
and subspecies in the genus
are subject to the Convention.

Family: Pocilloporidae
Pocillopora spp. brush corals II The entire genus is listed. 1 Aug 85
This means that all species
and subspecies in the genus
are subject to the Convention.
Seriatopora spp. birds nest corals II The entire genus is listed. 1 Aug 85
This means that all species
and subspecies in the genus
are subject to the Convention.
Stylophora spp. cauliflower corals II The entire genus is listed. 1 Aug 85
This means that all species
and subspecies in the genus
are subject to the Convention.
Order: Stolonifera
Family: Tubiporidae
Tubiporidae spp. pipe corals II The entire family is listed. 1 Aug 85
Genera in the family include: Tubipora This means that all species
and subspecies within the
genera in this family are
subject to the Convention.
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Class: Hydrozoa (Fire corals, stinging medusae)
Taxon Common name Appendix Notation First listed
Order: Milleporina
Family: Milleporidae
Milleporidae spp. fire corals II The entire family is listed. 1 Aug 85
Genera in the family include: Millepora This means that all species
and subspecies within the
genera in this family are
subject to the Convention.
Order Stylasterina
Family: Stylasteridae
Stylasteridae spp. branched hydrocorals II The entire family is listed. 18 Jan 90
Genera in the family include: Adelopora, This means that all species
Astya, Calyptopora, Ceiloporidion, and subspecies within the
Conopora, Crypthelia, Cyclohelia, genera in this family are
Dictichopora, Errina, Errinopora, subject to the Convention.
Errinopsis, Gyropora, Inferiolabiata,
Lepidopora, Lepidotheca, Paraerrina,
Phalangopora, Pliobothrus,
Pseudocrypthelia, Sporadopora,
Stellapora, Stenohelia, Stephanohelia,
Stylantheca, Stylaster, Systemapora.

Phylum: Echinodermata (Sea urchins and relatives)


Class: Holothuroidea (Sea cucumbers)
Taxon Common name Appendix Notation First listed
Order: Aspidochirotida
Family: Stichopodidae
Isostichopus fuscus (syn Stichopus fuscus) sea cucumber III Only populations of Ecuador 16 Oct 03
are subject to the Convention.

Phylum: Mollusca (Molluscs)


Class: Bivalvia (Bivalves)
Taxon Common name Appendix Notation First listed
Order: Mytiloida
Family: Mytilidae
Lithophaga lithophaga sea mussel II 12 Jan 05
Order: Unionida
Family: Unionidae
Conradilla caelata Birdwing Pearly Mussel I 1 Jul 75
Cyprogenia aberti Edible Pearly Mussel II 1 Jul 75
Dromus dromas (also referenced as Dromedary Pearly Mussel I 1 Jul 75
Conchodromus dromas)
Epioblasma curtisi (also referenced in Curtis’ Pearly Mussel I 1 Jul 75
genera Dysnomia and Plagiola)
Epioblasma florentina (also referenced in Yellow-blossom Pearly I 1 Jul 75
genera Dysnomia and Plagiola) Mussel
Epioblasma sampsoni (also referenced in Sampson’s Pearly Mussel I 1 Jul 75
genera Dysnomia and Plagiola)
Epioblasma sulcata perobliqua (also White Cat’s Paw Mussel I 1 Jul 75
referenced in genera Dysnomia and
Plagiola)
Epioblasma torulosa gubernaculum (also Green-blossom Pearly I 1 Jul 75
referenced in genera Dysnomia and Mussel
Plagiola)
Epioblasma torulosa rangiana (also Tan-blossom Pearly II 1 Jul 75
referenced in genera Dysnomia and Mussel
Plagiola)
Epioblasma torulosa torulosa (also Tuberculed-blossom Pearly I 1 Jul 75
referenced in genera Dysnomia and Mussel
Plagiola)
Epioblasma turgidula (also referenced in Turgid-blossom Pearly I 1 Jul 75
genera Dysnomia and Plagiola) Mussel
Epioblasma walkeri (also referenced in Brown-blossom Pearly I 1 Jul 75
genera Dysnomia and Plagiola) Mussel

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Fusconaia cuneolus Fine-rayed Pigtoe Mussel I 1 Jul 75
Fusconaia edgariana Shiny Pigtoe Mussel I 1 Jul 75
Lampsilis higginsii Higgin’s Eye Mussel I 1 Jul 75
Lampsilis orbiculata orbiculata Pink Mucket Mussel I 1 Jul 75
Lampsilis satur Plain Pocketbook Mussel I 1 Jul 75
Lampsilis virescens Alabama Lamp Pearly I 1 Jul 75
Mussel
Plethobasus cicatricosus White Wartyback Mussel I 1 Jul 75
Plethobasus cooperianus Orange-footed Pimpleback I 1 Jul 75
Mussel
Pleurobema clava Club Pearly Mussel II 1 Jul 75
Pleurobema plenum Rough Pigtoe Mussel I 1 Jul 75
Potamilus capax (includes generic synonym Fat Pocketbook Mussel I 1 Jul 75
Proptera)
Quadrula intermedia Cumberland Monkey-face I 1 Jul 75
Mussel
Quadrula sparsa Appalachian Monkey-face I 1 Jul 75
Mussel
Toxolasma cylindrella (also referenced in Pale Lilliput Pearly Mussel I 1 Jul 75
genus Carunculina)
Unio nickliniana (also referenced as Nicklin’s Pearly Mussel I 1 Jul 75
Megalonaias nickliniana)
Unio tampicoensis tecomatensis (also Tampico Pearly Mussel I 1 Jul 75
referenced as Cyrtonaias tampicoensis
tecomatensis and Lampsilis tampicoensis
tecomatensis)
Villosa trabalis (includes generic synonym Cumberland Bean Mussel I 1 Jul 75
Micromya)
Order: Venerida
Family: Tridacnidae
Tridacnidae spp. giant clams II The entire family is listed. 1 Aug 85
Genera in family include: Hippopus, This means that all species
Tridacna. and subspecies within the
genera in this family are
subject to the Convention.
Please see below for species
with earlier first listed date.

Exemption: Up to 3 shells (6
halves) per person, not
exceeding 3 kilos, contained
in accompanied baggage and
for personal use, do not
require any CITES
documentation.

Tridacna derasa Giant Clam II Please refer to Tridacnidae 29 Jul 83


spp. for other species in this
genus.
Tridacna gigas Giant Clam II Please refer to Tridacnidae 29 Jul 83
spp. for other species in this
genus.
Class: Gastropoda (Snails and conches)
Taxon Common name Appendix Notation First listed
Order: Archaeogastropoda
Family: Haliotidae
Haliotis midae Midas ear abalone, South III Only populations of South 3 May 07
African abalone Africa are subject to the
Convention.
Order: Mesogastropoda
Family: Strombidae
Strombus gigas Queen Conch II Exemption: Up to 3 shells 11 Jun 92
per person, contained in
accompanied baggage and for
personal use, do not require

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any CITES documentation.

Order: Stylommatophora
Family: Achatinellidae
Achatinella spp. Oahu Tree Snails I The entire genus is listed. 22 Oct 87
This means that all species
and subspecies in the genus
are subject to the Convention.
Family: Camaenidae
Papustyla pulcherrima (includes generic Manus Island Tree Snail II 1 Jul 75
synonym Papuina)

Kingdom: Plantae (Plants)


Plantae General interpretations:

• Unless otherwise noted, Appendix II and Appendix III listings include all parts and
derivatives except:
- seeds, spores and pollen (including pollinia);
- seedling or tissue cultures obtained in vitro, in solid or liquid media, transported
in sterile containers; and
- cut flowers of artificially propagated plants.

• Regarding hybrids:
- where at least one of the plants in their recent lineage is of a species included in
Appendix-I or Appendix-II, hybrids shall be treated as specimens of species
included in Appendix-II; and
- where at least one of the plants in their recent lineage is of a species included in
Appendix-III, and there are no specimens of an Appendix-I or Appendix-II
species in such lineage, hybrids shall be treated as specimens of species included
in Appendix-III.
Family: Agavaceae
Agave parviflora Santa Cruz Striped Agave I 29 Jul 83
Agave victoriae-reginae Queen Victoria Agave II Refer to Plantae listing for 29 Jul 83
general exclusions.
Nolina interrata Dehesa Bear-grass II Including all parts and 29 Jul 83
derivatives.
Family: Amaryllidaceae
Galanthus spp. Snowdrops II The entire genus is listed. 18 Jan 90
This means that all species,
subspecies, varieties and
forms in the genus are subject
to the Convention.
Refer to Plantae listing for
general exclusions.
Sternbergia spp. Sternbergias II The entire genus is listed. 18 Jan 90
This means that all species,
subspecies, varieties and
forms in the genus are subject
to the Convention. Refer to
Plantae listing for general
exclusions.

Family: Apocynaceae
Hoodia spp. Ghaap, Bitter Ghaap II The entire genus is listed. 12 Jan 05
This means that all species,
subspecies, varieties and
forms in the genus are subject
to the Convention.
Listing includes 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
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Africa under agreement no.
BW/NA/ZA xxxxxx”.
Pachypodium spp. Pachypodiums II The entire genus is listed. 1 Jul 75
This means that all species,
subspecies, varieties and
forms in the genus are subject
to the Convention.
Refer to Plantae listing for
general exclusions.
Please see below for species
in Appendix I.
Pachypodium ambongense I Please refer to Pachypodium 1 Jul 75
spp. for other species in this
genus.
Pachypodium baronii I Please refer to Pachypodium 1 Jul 75
spp. for other species in this
genus.
Pachypodium decaryi I Please refer to Pachypodium 1 Jul 75
spp. for other species in this
genus.
Rauvolfia serpentina Snake-root, Devil-pepper II Designates all parts and 18 Jan 90
derivatives except:
a) seeds and pollen; and
b) finished products packaged
and ready for retail trade.
Family: Araliaceae
Panax ginseng Ginseng II Only populations of the 19 Jul 00
Russian Federation and
only whole and sliced roots
and part of roots are subject to
the Convention.
[Manufactured parts or
derivatives such as powders,
pills, extracts, tonics, teas and
confectionary are not subject
to the Convention.]
Panax quinquefolius American Ginseng II Only whole and sliced roots 1 Jul 75
and part of roots are subject to
the Convention.
[Manufactured parts or
derivatives such as powders,
pills, extracts, tonics, teas and
confectionary are not subject
to the Convention.]
Family: Araucariaceae
Araucaria araucana Monkey-puzzle Tree I 1 Jul 75

Family: Berberidaceae
Podophyllum hexandrum (also referenced Himalayan May-apple II Designates all parts and 18 Jan 90
as Podophyllum emodi and derivatives except:
Sinopodophyllum hexandrum) a) seeds and pollen; and
b) finished products packaged
and ready for retail trade.
Family: Bromeliaceae
Tillandsia harrisii Harris Tillandsia II Refer to Plantae listing for 11 Jun 92
general exclusions.
Tillandsia kammii Kamm Tillandsia II Refer to Plantae listing for 11 Jun 92
general exclusions.
Tillandsia kautskyi Kautsky Tillandsia II Refer to Plantae listing for 11 Jun 92
general exclusions.
Tillandsia mauryana Maury Tillandsia II Refer to Plantae listing for 11 Jun 92
general exclusions.
Tillandsia sprengeliana Sprengel Tillandsia II Refer to Plantae listing for 11 Jun 92
general exclusions.
Tillandsia sucrei Sucre Tillandsia II Refer to Plantae listing for 11 Jun 92
general exclusions.
Tillandsia xerographica Xerographic Tillandsia II Refer to Plantae listing for 11 Jun 92

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Family: Cactaceae
Cactaceae spp. cacti, cactus II Artificially propagated 1 Jul 75
Genera in the family include: specimens of the following hybrids and/or cultivars are not
Acanthocalycium, Acanthocereus, subject to the provisions of CITES:
Acantholobivia, Acanthorhipsalis, • Hatiora x graeseri
Acharagma, Ancistrocactus, Aporocactus, • Schlumbergera x buckleyi
Arequipa, Ariocarpus, Armatocereus, • Schlumbergera russelliana x Schlumbergera truncata
Arrojadoa, Arthrocereus, Astrophytum, • Schlumbergera orssichiana x Schlumbergera truncata
Austrocactus, Austrocephalocereus, • Schlumbergera opuntiodes x Schlumbergera truncata
Austrocylindropuntia, Aztekium, • Schlumbergera truncata (cultivars)
Azureocereus, Backebergia, Bartschella, • Cactaceae spp colour mutants lacking chlorophyll,
Bergerocactus, Blossfeldia, Bolivicereus, grafted on the following grafting stocks: Harrisia
Borzicactus, Brachycalycium, ‘Jusbertii’, Hylocereus trigonus or Hylocereus
Brachycereus, Brasilicereus, undatus
Brasiliopuntia, Browningia, Buiningia, • Opuntia microdasys (cultivars)
Calymmanthium, Carnegiea, Cassyta,
Castellanosia, Cephalocereus, Species of the following genera are not subject to the
Cephalocleistocactus, Cereus, Convention: Pereskia, Pereskiopsis, Quiabentia.
Chamaecereus, Chiapasia, Chileorebutia,
Cintia, Cipocereus, Cleistocactus, Except for taxa listed above, the entire family is listed.
Clistanthocereus, Cochemiea, Cochiseia, This means that all species, subspecies, varieties and forms
Coleocephalocereus, Consolea, Copiapoa, within the genera in this family are subject to the
Corryocactus, Corynopuntia, Convention. Please see below for genera, species and
Coryphantha, Cryptocereus, Cumarinia, subspecies included in Appendix I and/or with an earlier
Cumulopuntia, Cylindropuntia, Delaetia, date of first listing.
Dendrocereus, Denmoza, Discocactus,
Dolichothele, Eccremocactus, All parts and derivatives are subject to the Convention,
Echinocactus, Echinocereus, except:
Echinomastus, Echinopsis, Emorycactus, • seeds, except those from Mexican cacti originating in
Eomatucana, Epiphyllopsis, Epiphyllum, Mexico, and pollen;
Epithelantha, Erdisia, Eriocereus, • seedling or tissue cultures obtained in vitro, in solid or
Eriosyce, Escobaria, Escontria, Espostoa, liquid media, transported in sterile containers;
Espostoopsis, Eulychnia, Facheiroa, • cut flowers of artifically propagated plants;
Ferocactus, Floribunda, Frailea, • fruits and parts and derivatives thereof of naturalised
Geohintonia, Gerocephalus, Grusonia, or artifically propagated plants; and
Gymnanthocereus, Gymnocactus, • separate stem joints (pads) and parts and derivatives
Gymnocalycium, Gymnocereus, thereof of naturalised or artificially propagated plants
Haageocereus, Hamatocactus, Harrisia, of the genus Opuntia subgenus Opuntia.
Haseltonia, Hatiora, Helianthocereus,
Heliocereus, Hildewintera, Exemption: Up to 3 rainsticks made from Appendix II
Homalocephala, Horridocactus, Cactus species, contained in accompanied baggage and for
Hylocereus, Hymenorebutia, Islaya, personal use, do not require any CITES documentation.
Jasminocereus, Krainzia, Lasiocereus,
Lemaireocereus, Leocereus,
Lepidocoryphantha, Lepismium,
Leptocereus, Leptocladodia,
Leuchtenbergia, Leucostele, Lobeira,
Lobivia, Lophocereus, Lophophora,
Loxanthocereus, Lymanbensonia,
Maihuenia, Maihueniopsis, Maihueniopsis,
Mamillopsis, Mammillaria, Mammilloydia,
Marenopuntia, Matucana, Mediocactus,
Mediolobivia, Melocactus, Meyerocactus,
Micranthocereus, Micropuntia, Mila,
Miqueliopuntia, Mirabella, Mitrocereus,
Monvillea, Morangaya, Myrtillocactus,
Navajoa, Neoabbottia, Neobesseya,
Neobinghamia, Neobuxbaumia,
Neocardenasia, Neochilenia,
Neodawsonia, Neoevansia, Neogomesia,
Neolloydia, Neolobivia, Neoporteria,
Neoraimondia, Neowerdermannia,
Nopalea, Nopalxochia, Nopalxochia,
Notocactus, Nyctocereus, Obregonia,
Oehmea, Opuntia, Oreocereus, Oroya,
Ortegocactus, Pachycereus, Parodia,
Pediocactus, Pelecyphora, Peniocereus,
Pfeiffera, Phellosperma, Philippicereus,
Pierrebraunia, Pilocopiapoa,

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Pilosocereus, Piptanthocereus,
Platyopuntia, Polaskia, Praecereus,
Pseudoacanthocereus, Pseudoespostoa,
Pseudolobivia, Pseudomammillaria,
Pseudonopalxochia, Pseudopilocereus,
Pseudorhipsalis, Pseudozygocactus,
Pterocactus, Puna, Pygmaeocereus,
Pyrrhocactus, Rathbunia, Rauhocereus,
Rebutia, Reicheocactus, Rhipsalidopsis,
Rhipsalis, Ritterocereus, Rodentiophila,
Rooksbya, Roseocactus, Roseocereus,
Samaipaticereus, Schlumbergera,
Sclerocactus, Selenicereus, Seticereus,
Seticleistocactus, Siccobaccatus,
Soehrensia, Solisia, Stenocactus,
Stenocereus, Stephanocereus, Stetsonia,
Strombocactus, Submatucana,
Subpilocereus, Sulcorebutia, Tacinga,
Tephrocactus, Thelocactus, Thelocephala,
Thrixanthocereus, Trichocereus,
Turbinicarpus, Uebelmannia, Vatricania,
Weberbauerocereus, Weberocereus,
Weingartia, Werckleocereus, Wilcoxia,
Wilmattea, Wittia, Wittiocactus,
Yungasocereus, Zehntnerella.

Ariocarpus spp. (includes generic synonyms Living-rock Cacti I The entire genus is listed. 1 Jul 75
Neogomesia and Roseocactus) This means that species,
subspecies, varieties and
forms in the genus are subject
to the Convention.
Astrophytum asterias (also referenced in Sea-urchin Cactus, Star I Please refer to Cactaceae spp. 1 Jul 75
genus Echinocactus) Cactus for other species in this genus.
Aztekium ritteri Aztec Cactus I Please refer to Cactaceae spp. 1 Jul 75
for other species in this genus.
Coryphantha werdermannii (includes Jabali Pincushion Cactus I Please refer to Cactaceae spp. 1 Jul 75
synonym Coryphantha densispina) for other species in this genus.
Discocactus spp. Discocacti I The entire genus is listed. 1 Jul 75
This means that all species,
subspecies, varieties and
forms in the genus are subject
to the Convention.
Echinocereus ferreirianus lindsayi (also Lindsay's Hedgehog I Please refer to Cactaceae spp. 1 Jul 75
referenced as Echinocereus lindsayi) Cactus for other species in this genus.
Echinocereus schmollii (also referenced in Lamb's-tail Cactus I Please refer to Cactaceae spp. 1 Jul 75
genus Wilcoxia; includes Wilcoxia for other species in this genus.
nerispina)
Escobaria minima (also referenced in genus Nellie's Corycactus I Please refer to Cactaceae spp. 1 Jul 75
Coryphantha; includes synonym Escobaria for other species in this genus.
nelliae)
Escobaria sneedii (also referenced in genus Sneed Pincushion Cactus I Please refer to Cactaceae spp. 1 Jul 75
Coryphantha; includes Escobaria leei as a for other species in this genus.
subspecies)
Mammillaria pectinifera (includes synonym Conchilinque I Please refer to Cactaceae spp. 1 Jul 75
Solisia pectinata) for other species in this genus.
Mammillaria solisioides Pitayita I Please refer to Cactaceae spp. 1 Jul 75
for other species in this genus.

Melocactus conoideus Conelike Turk's-cap Cactus I Please refer to Cactaceae spp. 1 Jul 75
for other species in this genus.
Melocactus deinacanthus Wonderfully Bristled I Please refer to Cactaceae spp. 1 Jul 75
Turk's-cap Cactus for other species in this genus.
Melocactus glaucescens Woolly Waxy-stemmed I Please refer to Cactaceae spp. 1 Jul 75
Turk-cap Cactus for other species in this genus.
Melocactus paucispinus Few-spined Turk's-cap I Please refer to Cactaceae spp. 1 Jul 75
Cactus for other species in this genus.
Obregonia denegrii Artichoke Cactus I Please refer to Cactaceae spp. 1 Jul 75
for other species in this genus.
Pachycereus militaris (also referenced in Teddy-bear Cactus, I Please refer to Cactaceae spp. 1 Jul 75

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genera Backebergia, Cephalocereus and Military Cap for other species in this genus.
Mitrocereus; includes synonym
Pachycereus chrysomallus)
Pediocactus bradyi (includes Pediocactus Brady Pincushion Cactus, I Please refer to Cactaceae spp. 1 Jul 75
bradyi despainii and Pediocactus bradyi San Rafael Cactus, for other species in this genus.
winkleri and synonyms Pediocactus Winkler Pincushion Cactus
despainii, Pediocactus simpsonii bradyi and
Pediocactus winkleri; also referenced in
genus Toumeya)
Pediocactus knowltonii Knowlton Cactus I Please refer to Cactaceae spp. 1 Jul 75
for other species in this genus.
Pediocactus paradinei Houserock Valley Cactus I Please refer to Cactaceae spp. 1 Jul 75
for other species in this genus.
Pediocactus peeblesianus (also referenced Fickeisen Cactus, Peebles I Please refer to Cactaceae spp. 1 Jul 75
in genera Navajoa, Toumeya and Utahia; Navajo Cactus for other species in this genus.
includes synonyms Pediocactus fickeisenii,
Navajoa peeblesianus fickeisenii and
Navajoa fickeisenii)
Pediocactus sileri (also referenced in genera Siler Pincushion Cactus I Please refer to Cactaceae spp. 1 Jul 75
Echinocactus and Utahia) for other species in this genus.
Pelecyphora spp. (includes generic Hatchet Cactus, Pinecone I The entire genus is listed. 1 Jul 75
synonym Encephalocarpus) Cactus, Peyotillo This means that all species,
subspecies, varieties and
forms in the genus are subject
to the Convention.
Sclerocactus brevihamatus tobuschii (also Tobusch Fishhook Cactus I Please refer to Cactaceae spp. 1 Jul 75
referenced in genus Pediocactus; includes for other species in this genus.
synonyms Ancistrocactus tobuschii and
Ferocactus tobuschii)
Sclerocactus erectocentrus (also referenced Redspine Fishhook Cactus I Please refer to Cactaceae spp. 1 Jul 75
in genera Echinomastus, Neolloydia and for other species in this genus.
Pediocactus; includes synonyms
Echinomastus acunensis and Echinomastus
krausei)
Sclerocactus glaucus (includes synonyms Uinta Basin Hookless I Please refer to Cactaceae spp. 1 Jul 75
Ferocactus glaucus, Sclerocactus Cactus for other species in this genus.
brevispinus, Sclerocactus wetlandicus and
Sclerocactus wetlandicus ilseae; also
referenced in Pediocactus)
Sclerocactus mariposensis (also referenced Mariposa Cactus I Please refer to Cactaceae spp. 1 Jul 75
in genera Echinomastus, Neolloydia and for other species in this genus.
Pediocactus)
Sclerocactus mesae-verdae (also referenced Mesa Verde Cactus I Please refer to Cactaceae spp. 1 Jul 75
in genera Coloradoa, Ferocactus and for other species in this genus.
Pediocactus)
Sclerocactus nyensis Tonapah fishhook Cactus I Please refer to Cactaceae spp. 13 Feb 03
for other species in this genus.
Sclerocactus papyracanthus (also Grama-grass Cactus I Please refer to Cactaceae spp. 1 Jul 75
referenced in genera Pediocactus and for other species in this genus.
Toumeya)
Sclerocactus pubispinus (also referenced in Great Basin Fishhook I Please refer to Cactaceae spp. 1 Jul 75
genera Ferocactus and Pediocactus) Cactus for other species in this genus.
Sclerocactus wrightiae (also referenced in Wright's Fishhook Cactus I Please refer to Cactaceae spp. 1 Jul 75
genera Ferocactus and Pediocactus) for other species in this genus.
Strombocactus spp. Disc Cactus, Top Cactus I The entire genus is listed. 1 Jul 75
This means that all species,
subspecies, varieties and
forms in the genus are subject
to the Convention.
Turbinicarpus spp. (includes generic Turbinicarps I The entire genus is listed. 1 Jul 75
synonyms Gymnocactus and Normanbokea; This means that all species,
also referenced in genera Kadenicarpus, subspecies, varieties and
Neolloydia, Pediocactus, Pelecyphora, forms in the genus are subject
Strombocactus, Thelocactus and Toumeya) to the Convention.
Uebelmannia spp. (also referenced in genus Uebelmann Cacti I The entire genus is listed. 1 Jul 75
Parodia) This means that all species,
subspecies, varieties and
forms in the genus are subject
to the Convention.

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Family: Caryocaraceae
Caryocar costaricense Ajo II Refer to Plantae listing for 1 Jul 75
general exclusions.
Family: Compositae (Asteraceae)
Saussurea costus (also referenced as Costus, Kuth Root, I 1 Jul 75
Saussurea lappa; includes synonyms Aucklandia, Kushta, Kust,
Aplotaxis lappa and Aucklandia coustus) Mu Xiang, Patchak, Quang
Mu Xiang, Radix
Aucklandiae
Family: Crassulaceae
Dudleya stolonifera Laguna Beach Dudleya II Listing includes all parts and 29 Jul 83
derivatives.
Dudleya traskiae Santa Barbara Island II Listing includes all parts and 29 Jul 83
Dudleya derivatives.
Family: Cupressaceae
Fitzroya cupressoides Fitzroya, Alerce I 1 Jul 75
Pilgerodendron uviferum Pilgerodendron I 1 Jul 75
Family: Cyatheaceae
Cyathea spp. (includes genera Alsophila, Tree Ferns II The entire genus is listed. 4 Feb 77
Nephelea, Sphaeropteris and Trichipteris) This means that all species,
subspecies, varieties and
forms in the genus are subject
to the Convention.
Please see below for species
with an earlier date of first
listing.
Refer to Plantae listing for
general exclusions.
Cyathea capensis II Please refer to Cyathea spp. 1 Jul 75
for other species in this genus.
Refer to Plantae listing for
general exclusions.
Cyathea dredgei II Please refer to Cyathea spp. 1 Jul 75
for other species in this genus.
Refer to Plantae listing for
general exclusions.
Cyathea mexicana II Please refer to Cyathea spp. 1 Jul 75
for other species in this genus.
Refer to Plantae listing for
general exclusions.
Cyathea salvinii II Please refer to Cyathea spp. 1 Jul 75
for other species in this genus.
Refer to Plantae listing for
general exclusions.
Family: Cycadaceae
Cycadaceae spp. Cycads II The entire family is listed. 4 Feb 77
Genera in the family include: Cycas, This means that all species,
Dyerocycas, Epicycas. subspecies, varieties and
forms within the genera in
this family are subject to the
Convention.
Refer to Plantae listing for
general exclusions.
Please see below for species
included in Appendix I.
Cycas beddomei Beddome Cycad I Please refer to Cycadaceae 4 Feb 77
spp. for other species in this
genus.
Family: Dicksoniaceae
Cibotium barometz Tree Fern II Refer to Plantae listing for 1 Jul 75
general exclusions.
Dicksonia spp. Tree Fern II Only populations of the 1 Jul 75
Americas are subject to the
Convention.
Refer to Plantae listing for
general exclusions.
Family: Didiereaceae
Didiereaceae spp. Alluaudia II The entire family is listed. 4 Feb 77
Genera in family include: Alluaudia, This means that all species,
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Alluaudiopsis, Decarya, Didierea. subspecies, varieties and
forms within the genera in
this family are subject to the
Convention.
Refer to Plantae listing for
general exclusions.
Family: Dioscoreaceae
Dioscorea deltoidea Kniss, Kurta II Refer to Plantae listing for 1 Jul 75
general exclusions.
Family: Droseraceae
Dionaea muscipula Venus Flytrap II Refer to Plantae listing for 11 Jun 92
general exclusions.
Family: Euphorbiaceae
Euphorbia spp. Euphorbias II All succulent taxa in the 1 Jul 75
genus are listed. This means that all species, subspecies,
varieties and forms in the genus are subject to the
Convention.
Please see below for specifically annotated species, and
species included in Appendix I.
Artificially propagated specimens of crested, fan-shaped
or colour mutants of Euphorbia lacteal are not subject to
the Convention when grafted on artificially propagated
root stock of Euphorbia nerifolia. Artificially propagated
specimens of cultivars of Euphorbia ‘Milii’ are not subject
to the Convention when they are traded in shipments of
100 or more plants and readily recognizable as artificially
propagated specimens.
Refer to Plantae listing for general exclusions.
Euphorbia ambovombensis I Please refer to Euphorbia spp. 1 Jul 75
for other species in this genus.
Euphorbia capsaintemariensis (also I Please refer to Euphorbia spp. 1 Jul 75
referencedas Euphorbia decaryi var. for other species in this genus.
capsaintemariensis)
Euphorbia cremersii (includes Euphorbia I Please refer to Euphorbia spp. 1 Jul 75
cremersii fa. viridifolia and Euphorbia for other species in this genus.
cremersii var. rakotozafyi)
Euphorbia cylindrifolia (includes I Please refer to Euphorbia spp. 1 Jul 75
Euphorbia cylindrifolia tuberifera) for other species in this genus.
Euphorbia decaryi (includes Euphorbia I Please refer to Euphorbia spp. 1 Jul 75
decaryi vars. ampanihyensis, robinsonii and for other species in this genus.
spirosticha)
Euphorbia francoisii I Please refer to Euphorbia spp. 1 Jul 75
for other species in this genus.
Euphorbia moratii (includes Euphorbia I Please refer to Euphorbia spp. 1 Jul 75
moratii vars. antsingiensis, bemarahensis for other species in this genus.
and multiflora)
Euphorbia parvicyathophora I Please refer to Euphorbia spp. 1 Jul 75
for other species in this genus.
Euphorbia quartziticola I Please refer to Euphorbia spp. 1 Jul 75
for other species in this genus.
Euphorbia trigona II Artificially propagated 1 Jul 75
specimens of cultivars are not
subject to the provisions of
the Convention.
Refer to Plantae listing for
general exclusions.
Euphorbia tulearensis (also referenced as I Please refer to Euphorbia spp. 1 Jul 75
Euphorbia capsaintemariensis var. for other species in this genus.
tulearensis)
Family: Fouquieriaceae
Fouquieria columnaris Boojum Tree II Refer to Plantae listing for 29 Jul 83
general exclusions.
Fouquieria fasciculata Arbol Del Barril I 29 Jul 83
Fouquieria purpusii I 29 Jul 83
Family: Gnetaceae
Gnetum montanum III Only populations of Nepal are 16 Nov 75
subject to the Convention.
Refer to Plantae listing for
general exclusions.
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Family: Juglandaceae
Oreomunnea pterocarpa (also referenced as Gavilán II Refer to Plantae listing for 1 Jul 75
Engelhardia pterocarpa) general exclusions.
Family: Leguminosae (Fabaceae)
Caesalpinia echinata (also referenced as Brazilwood, Pau-Brasil, II Only logs, sawn wood, veneer 13 Sept 07
Guilandina echinata) Pernambuco sheets, including unfinished
wood articles used for the
fabrication of bows for
stringed musical instruments
are subject to the Convention
Dalbergia nigra Brazilian Rosewood I 11 Jun 92
Dipteryx panamensis Almendro III Only populations of Costa 13 Feb 03
Rica are subject to the
Convention. Populations of
Nicuragua are also subject -
see other listing for this
species for listing date.
All parts and derivatives are
subject to the Convention.
Dalbergia retusa Cocobolo, Nicaraguan III Only populations of 12 Feb 08
rosewood, palo negro Guatemala and only logs,
sawn wood and veneer sheets
are subject to the Convention.
Dalbergia stevensonii Honduras rosewood, III Only populations of 12 Feb 08
Honduran rosewood, Guatemala and only logs,
nogaed sawn wood and veneer sheets
are subject to the Convention.
Dipteryx panamensis Almendro III Only populations of 13 Sept 07
Nicaragua are subject to the
Convention. Populations of
Costa Rica are also subject -
see other listing for this
species for listing date.
All parts and derivatives are
subject to the Convention.
Pericopsis elata (also referenced in the Afrormosia II Only logs, sawn wood and 11 Jun 92
genus Afrormosia) veneer sheets are subject to
the Convention.
Platymiscium pleiostachyum Cristobal, Granadillo II Refer to Plantae listing for 1 Jul 75
general exclusions.
Pterocarpus santalinus Red Sandalwood, II Only logs, wood-chips, 16 Feb 95
Redsanders powder and extracts are
subject to the Convention.
Family: Liliaceae
Aloe spp. Aloes II The entire genus is listed. 1 Jul 75
This means that all species,
subspecies, varieties and
forms in the genus are subject
to the Convention. Except
Aloe vera, also referenced as
Aloe barbadensis which is not
included in the Appendices.
Refer to Plantae listing for
general exclusions.
Please see below for species
included in Appendix I.
Aloe albida I Please refer to Aloe spp. for 1 Jul 75
other species in this genus.
Aloe albiflora I Please refer to Aloe spp. for 1 Jul 75
other species in this genus.
Aloe alfredii I Please refer to Aloe spp. for 1 Jul 75
other species in this genus.
Aloe bakeri I Please refer to Aloe spp. for 1 Jul 75
other species in this genus.
Aloe bellatula I Please refer to Aloe spp. for 1 Jul 75
other species in this genus.
Aloe calcairophila I Please refer to Aloe spp. for 1 Jul 75
other species in this genus.
Aloe compressa (includes Aloe compressa I Please refer to Aloe spp. for 1 Jul 75

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vars. rugosquamosa schistophila and other species in this genus.
paucituberculata)
Aloe delphinensis I Please refer to Aloe spp. for 1 Jul 75
other species in this genus.
Aloe descoingsii I Please refer to Aloe spp. for 1 Jul 75
other species in this genus.
Aloe fragilis I Please refer to Aloe spp. for 1 Jul 75
other species in this genus.
Aloe haworthioides (includes Aloe I Please refer to Aloe spp. for 1 Jul 75
haworthioides var. aurantiaca) other species in this genus.
Aloe helenae I Please refer to Aloe spp. for 1 Jul 75
other species in this genus.
Aloe laeta (includes Aloe laeta var. I Please refer to Aloe spp. for 1 Jul 75
maniensis) other species in this genus.
Aloe parallelifolia I Please refer to Aloe spp. for 1 Jul 75
other species in this genus.
Aloe parvula I Please refer to Aloe spp. for 1 Jul 75
other species in this genus.
Aloe pillansii Boomaalwyn I Please refer to Aloe spp. for 1 Jul 75
other species in this genus.
Aloe polyphylla Spiral Aloe I Please refer to Aloe spp. for 1 Jul 75
other species in this genus.
Aloe rauhii I Please refer to Aloe spp. for 1 Jul 75
other species in this genus.
Aloe suzannae I Please refer to Aloe spp. for 1 Jul 75
other species in this genus.
Aloe versicolor I Please refer to Aloe spp. for 1 Jul 75
other species in this genus.
Aloe vossii I Please refer to Aloe spp. for 1 Jul 75
other species in this genus.
Family: Magnoliaceae
Magnolia liliifera var. obovata (formerly III Only populations of Nepal are 16 Nov 75
included as Talauma hodgsonii; also subject to the Convention.
referenced as Magnolia Hodgsonii and Refer to Plantae listing for
Magnolia candollii var. obovata) general exclusions.
Family: Meliaceae
Cedrela odorata Barbados cedar, Spanish III Only populations of Peru and 12 Jun 01
cedar, cedro rosa, Mexican only logs, sawn wood and
cedar, West Indian cedar veneer sheets are subject to
the Convention.
Populations of Columbia and
Guatemala are also subject -
see other listings for this
species for listing dates.
Cedrela odorata Barbados cedar, Spanish III Only populations of 29 Oct 01
cedar, cedro rosa, Mexican Colombia and only logs, sawn
cedar, West Indian cedar wood and veneer sheets are
subject to the Convention.
Populations of Peru and
Guatemala are also subject -
see other listings for this
species for listing dates.
Cedrela odorata Barbados cedar, Spanish III Only populations of 12 Feb 08
cedar, cedro rosa, Mexican Guatemala and only logs,
cedar, West Indian cedar sawn wood and veneer sheets
are subject to the Convention.
Populations of Peru and
Columbia are also subject -
see other listings for this
species for listing dates.
Swietenia humilis Pacific Coast Mahogany II Refer to Plantae listing for 1 Jul 75
general exclusions.
Swietenia macrophylla Bigleaf Mahogany II Only populations of the 15 Nov 03
Neotropics (tropical
Americas) and only logs,
sawn wood, veneer sheets and
plywood are subject to the
Convention.
Please see below for
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populations with earlier first
listing date.
Swietenia macrophylla Bigleaf Mahogany III Logs, sawn wood and veneer 16 Nov 95
sheets of populations of Costa
Rica were listed under the
Convention on this date>>>
Swietenia macrophylla Bigleaf Mahogany III Logs, sawn wood and veneer 19 Mar 98
sheets of populations of
Bolivia were listed under the
Convention on this date>>>
Swietenia macrophylla Bigleaf Mahogany III Logs, sawn wood and veneer 29 Apr 98
sheets of populations of
Mexico were listed under the
Convention on this date>>>
Swietenia macrophylla Bigleaf Mahogany III Logs, sawn wood and veneer 26 July 98
sheets of populations of
Brazil were listed under the
Convention on this date>>>
Swietenia macrophylla Bigleaf Mahogany III Logs, sawn wood and veneer 12 Jun 01
sheets of populations of Peru
were listed under the
Convention on this date>>>
Swietenia macrophylla Bigleaf Mahogany III Logs, sawn wood and veneer 29 Oct 01
sheets of populations of
Columbia were listed under
the Convention on this
date>>>
Swietenia mahagoni Caribbean Mahogany II Only logs, sawn wood and 11 Jun 92
veneer sheets are subject to
the Convention.
Family: Nepenthaceae
Nepenthes spp. Tropical Pitcher Plants II The entire genus is listed. 22 Oct 87
This means that all species,
subspecies, varieties and
forms in the genus are subject
to the Convention.
Refer to Plantae listing for
general exclusions.
Please see below for species
included in Appendix I and/or
with an earlier date of first
listing.
Nepenthes khasiana Indian Tropical Pitcher I Please refer to Nepenthes spp. 22 Oct 87
Plant for other species in this genus.
Nepenthes rajah Giant Tropical Pitcher I Please refer to Nepenthes spp. 6 Jun 81
Plant for other species in this genus.
Family: Orchidaceae (includes Families
Apostasiaceae and Cypripediaceae as
subfamilies Apostasioideae and
Cypripedioideae)
Orchidaceae spp. Orchids II The entire family is listed. 1 Jul 75
Genera in the family include: Aa, Abdominea, This means that all species, subspecies, varieties and forms
Acampe, Acanthephippium, Aceras, within the genera in this family are subject to the
Aceratorchis, Achroanthes, Acianthus, Convention. Please see below for species included in
Acineta, Acostaea, Acriopsis, Acrolophia, Appendix I.
Ada, Adenochilus, Adenoncos, Adrorhizon,
Aerangis, Aeranthes, Aerides, Unless otherwise stated below, all species, subspecies,
Aglossorhyncha, Agrostophyllum, Alamania, varieties and forms within the genera in this family in
Allochilus, Amblostoma, Amerorchis, Appendix II are subject to the general interpretations
Amitostigma, Amparoa, Amphigena, outlined in the Plantae listing.
Anacamptis, Ancistrochilus, Androcorys,
Angorchis, Angraecopsis, Angraecum, Ania, Designates all parts and derivatives, except:
Anochilus, Anoectochilus, Ansellia, a) seeds, spores and pollen (including pollinia);
Antillanorchis, Apatostelis, Aphyllorchis, b) seedling or tissue cultures obtained in vitro, in solid or
Aplectrum, Apostasia, Appendicula, liquid media,
Arachnis, Archineottia, Armodorum, transported in sterile containers;
Arnottia, Arpophyllum, Arthrochilus, c) cut flowers of artificially propagated plants; and
Artorima, Arundina, Ascocentrum, d) fruits and parts and derivatives thereof of artificially
Ascochilus, Aspidogyne, Barbosella, propagated plants of the genus Vanilla.
Barkeria, Barlia, Basiphyllaea, Batemannia,
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Beadlea, Beclardia, Beloglottis, Benzingia, Artificially propagated hybrids of the following genera are
Bicchia, Biermannia, Bipinnula, Bletia, not subject to the provisions of the Convention, if
Bletilla, Bogoria, Bollea, Bolusiella, conditions, as indicated under a) and b), are met:
Bonatea, Brachionidium, Brachycorythis, Cymbidium, Dendrobium, Phalaenopsis and Vanda:
Brachypeza, Brachystele, Brassavola, a) Specimens are readily recognizable as artificially
Brassia, Brenesia, Bromheadia, Broughtonia, propagated and do not show any signs of having been
Bulbophyllum, Bulleyia, Burnettia, Cadetia, collected in the wild such as mechanical damage or strong
Caladenia, Calanthe, Calceolus, Caleana, dehydration resulting from collection, irregular growth and
Calochilus, Calypso, Camarotis, heterogeneous size and shape within a taxon and shipment,
Campylocentrum, Catasetum, Cattleya, algae or other epiphyllous organisms adhering to leaves, or
Caularthron, Centrosis, Centrostigma, damage by insects or other pests; and
Cephalanthera, Cephalantheropsis, b) i) when shipped in non-flowering state, the specimens
Ceratandra, Ceratochilus, Ceratostylis, must be traded in shipments consisting of individual
Chamaeangis, Chamaeanthus, Chamorchis, containers (such as cartons, boxes, crates or individual
Changnienia, Chaseella, Chaubardia, shelves of CC-containers) each containing 20 or more
Chaubardiella, Cheirorchis, Cheirostylis, plants of the same hybrid; the plants within each container
Chelonistele, Chiloglottis, Chiloschista, must exhibit a high degree of uniformity and healthiness;
Chloraea, Chondrorhyncha, Chroniochilus, and the shipment must be accompanied by documentation,
Chrysocycnis, Chrysoglossum, Chusua, such as an invoice, which clearly states the number of
Chysis, Cirrhopetalum, Cischweinfia, plants of each hybrid; or
Claderia, Cleisostoma, Cleisostomopsis, ii) when shipped in flowering state, with at least one fully
Cleistes, Clematepistephium, Clowesia, open flower per specimen, no minimum number of
Cochleanthes, Codonorchis, Coelia, specimens per shipment is required but specimens must be
Coeliopsis, Coeloglossum, Coelogyne, professionally processed for commercial retail sale, e.g.
Cohnia, Coilochilus, Collabium, labelled with printed labels or packaged with printed
Comparettia, Comperia, Constantia, packages indicating the name of the hybrid and the
Corallorhiza, Corallorrhiza, Cordiglottis, country of final processing. This should be clearly visible
Cordula, Coryanthes, Corybas, Corycium, and allow easy verification.
Corymborkis, Cranichis, Cremastra,
Cryptanthemis, Cryptarrhena, Plants not clearly qualifying for the exemption must be
Cryptocentrum, Cryptochilus, accompanied by appropriate CITES documents.
Cryptophoranthus, Cryptostylis, Cuitlauzina,
Cyanaeorchis, Cyanicula, Cycnoches,
Cymbidiella, Cymbidium, Cynorkis,
Cypripedium, Cyrtidiorchis, Cyrtopodium,
Cyrtorchis, Cystopus, Cystorchis,
Dactylorchis, Dactylorhiza, Deceptor,
Deiregyne, Dendrobium, Dendrochilum,
Dendrophylax, Diadenium, Diaphananthe,
Diceratostele, Dichaea, Didiciea,
Didymoplexiella, Didymoplexis, Diglyphosa,
Dignathe, Dilochia, Dilomilis,
Dimorphorchis, Diplocaulobium,
Diplocentrum, Diplolabellum, Diplomeris,
Diploprora, Dipodium, Dipteranthus, Disa,
Disperis, Domingoa, Doritis, Dossinia,
Dracula, Drakaea, Dresslerella, Dressleria,
Dryadella, Dryadorchis, Drymoanthus,
Dyakia, Earina, Eburophyton, Eleorchis,
Elleanthus, Eltroplectris, Elythranthera,
Embreea, Encyclia, Ephemerantha,
Ephippianthus, Epiblastus, Epiblema,
Epidanthus, Epidendropsis, Epidendrum,
Epigeneium, Epilyna, Epipactis, Epipogium,
Eria, Eriaxis, Eriochilus, Eriopsis, Erycina,
Erythrodes, Esmeralda, Eucosia, Eulophia,
Eulophidium, Eurystyles, Evotella,
Fernandezia, Flickingeria, Frondaria,
Fuertesiella, Galeandra, Galearis, Galeola,
Galeottia, Galeottiella, Gastrochilus,
Gastrodia, Gavilea, Geesinkorchis,
Gennaria, Genoplesium, Genyorchis,
Geodorum, Glomera, Gonatostylis, Gongora,
Goodyera, Govenia, Grammangis,
Grammatophyllum, Graphorkis, Grosourdya,
Gunnarella, Gymnadenia, Habenaria,
Hagsatera, Hammarbya, Hancockia,
Hapalorchis, Harrisella, Hederorkis, Helcia,
Helleborine, Helonoma, Hemipilia,
Herminium, Herschelia, Herschelianthe,
Hetaeria, Hexadesmia, Hexalectris, Hexisea,
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Himantoglossum, Hintonella,
Hippeophyllum, Hirtzia, Hofmeisterella,
Holothrix, Homalopetalum, Houlletia,
Huntleya, Huttonaea, Hybochilus, Hylophila,
Hymenorchis, Ionopsis, Ionorchis, Ipsea,
Isochilus, Isotria, Jacquiniella, Jumellea,
Kefersteinia, Kegeliella, Kingidium,
Kionophyton, Koellensteinia, Kreodanthus,
Kuhlhasseltia, Lacaena, Laelia,
Lankesterella, Lecanorchis, Lemboglossum,
Leochilus, Lepanthes, Lepanthopsis,
Lepidogyne, Lesliea, Leucohyle, Leucorchis,
Ligeophila, Limnorchis, Limodorum, Liparis,
Listera, Lockhartia, Loroglossum, Ludisia,
Luisia, Lycaste, Lycomormium, Lyperanthus,
Lyroglossa, Lysiella, Macodes, Macradenia,
Macroclinium, Malaxis, Malleola,
Masdevallia, Maxillaria, Mediocalcar,
Megastylis, Meiracyllium, Mendoncella,
Mesadenella, Mesadenus, Mesoglossum,
Mesospinidium, Mexicoa, Mexipedium,
Microcoelia, Micropera, Microsaccus,
Microstylis, Microtatorchis, Microtis,
Miltonia, Miltonioides, Miltoniopsis,
Mischobulbon, Mischobulbum, Mobilabium,
Moerenhoutia, Monadenia, Monomeria,
Monophyllorchis, Mormodes, Mormolyca,
Muluorchis, Myoxanthus, Myrmechis,
Myrmecophila, Mystacidium, Nageliella,
Nanodes, Neobathiea, Neobolusia,
Neoclemensia, Neocogniauxia, Neofinetia,
Neomoorea, Neotinea, Neottia, Neottianthe,
Neo-urbania, Neowilliamsia,
Nephelaphyllum, Nervilia, Neuwiedia,
Nigritella, Notylia, Oberonia, Octarrhena,
Octomeria, Odontochilus, Odontoglossum,
Oeceoclades, Oeonia, Oeoniella,
Oerstedella, Oliveriana, Omoea, Oncidium,
Oreorchis, Orestias, Ornithocephalus,
Orthopenthea, Osmoglossum, Otoglossum,
Pachites, Pachyphyllum, Pachyplectron,
Pachystele, Pachystoma, Palmorchis,
Palumbina, Paphinia, Paphiopedilum,
Papilionanthe, Papillilabium, Papperitzia,
Paracaleana, Paraphalaenopsis, Pecteilis,
Pedilochilus, Pelatantheria, Pelexia,
Pennilabium, Peramium, Peristeria,
Peristylus, Pescatoria, Phaius, Phalaenopsis,
Pholidota, Phragmipedilum, Physinga,
Physoceras, Physogyne, Pilophyllum,
Pinelia, Piperia, Pityphyllum, Platanthera,
Platycoryne, Platyglottis, Platylepis,
Platystele, Platythelys, Plectorrhiza,
Plectrophora, Pleione, Pleurothallis,
Plocoglottis, Poaephyllum, Podochilus,
Pogonia, Polycycnis, Polystachya,
Pomatocalpa, Ponera, Ponerorchis,
Ponthieva, Porphyrodesme, Porphyroglottis,
Porphyrostachys, Porroglossum,
Prasophyllum, Prescottia, Pristiglottis,
Pseuderia, Pseudocentrum, Pseudocranichis,
Pseudogoodyera, Pseudorchis,
Pseudovanilla, Psilochilus, Psychilis,
Psygmorchis, Pterichis, Pteroceras,
Pteroglossaspis, Pterostylis, Pterygodium,
Queteletia, Quisqueya, Rangaeris,
Reichenbachanthus, Renanthera, Restrepia,
Restrepiopsis, Rhinerrhiza, Rhizanthella,
Rhyncholaelia, Rhynchostele, Rhynchostylis,
Risleya, Robiquetia, Rodriguezia,
Rossioglossum, Rudolfiella, Rusbyella,
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Saccolabiopsis, Saccolabium, Sacodon,
Sacoila, Sarcanthus, Sarcochilus,
Sarcoglottis, Sarcoglyphis, Sarcostoma,
Satyridium, Satyrium, Scaphosepalum,
Scaphyglottis, Scelochilus, Schiedeella,
Schistotylus, Schizochilus, Schizodium,
Schlimmia, Schoenorchis, Schomburgkia,
Schomburgkia, Scuticaria, Sedirea,
Selenipedium, Sepalosaccus, Serapias,
Sertifera, Sievekingia, Sigmatostalix,
Silvorchis, Sirhookera, Smitinandia,
Sobennikoffia, Sobralia, Solenocentrum,
Sophronitis, Spathoglottis, Sphyrastylis,
Spiranthes, Stanhopea, Staurochilus, Stelis,
Stellilabium, Stenia, Stenoglottis, Stenoptera,
Stenorrhynchos, Stereosandra, Steveniella,
Stimegas, Stolzia, Suarezia, Sunipia,
Systeloglossum, Taeniophyllum, Tainia,
Tangtsinia, Teagueia, Telipogon, Tetramicra,
Teuscheria, Thecostele, Thelasis, Thelymitra,
Thrixspermum, Ticoglossum, Tinea,
Tipularia, Tolumnia, Trachoma,
Traunsteinera, Trevoria, Triaristella, Trias,
Trichocentrum, Trichoceros, Trichoglottis,
Trichopilia, Trichosalpinx, Trichotosia,
Tridactyle, Trigonidium, Triphora, Trisetella,
Trizeuxis, Tropidia, Tuberolabium, Uncifera,
Uropedium, Vanda, Vandopsis, Vanilla,
Vexillabium, Vrydagzynea, Warrea,
Warreella, Warreopsis, Wullschlaegelia,
Xylobium, Yoania, Zetagyne, Zeuxine,
Zootrophion.

Aerangis ellisii Hidden Tooth Orchid I Seedling or tissue cultures 1 Jul 75


obtained in vitro, in solid or
liquid media, transported in
sterile containers are not
subject to the Convention.
Please refer to Orchidaceae
spp. listing for other species
in this genus.
Dendrobium cruentum Blood Red Dendrobium I Seedling or tissue cultures 1 Jul 75
obtained in vitro, in solid or
liquid media, transported in
sterile containers are not
subject to the Convention.
Please refer to Orchidaceae
spp. listing for other species
in this genus.
Laelia jongheana Jonghe’s Laelia I Seedling or tissue cultures 1 Jul 75
obtained in vitro, in solid or
liquid media, transported in
sterile containers are not
subject to the Convention.
Please refer to Orchidaceae
spp. listing for other species
in this genus.
Laelia lobata Lobed Laelia I Seedling or tissue cultures 1 Jul 75
obtained in vitro, in solid or
liquid media, transported in
sterile containers are not
subject to the Convention.
Please refer to Orchidaceae
spp. listing for other species
in this genus.
Paphiopedilum spp. Asian tropical lady's I The entire genus is listed. 1 Jul 75
slippers This means that all species,
subspecies, varieties and
forms in the genus are subject
to the Convention.

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Seedling or tissue cultures
obtained in vitro, in solid or
liquid media, transported in
sterile containers are not
subject to the Convention.
Peristeria elata Holy Ghost, Dove Orchid I Seedling or tissue cultures 1 Jul 75
obtained in vitro, in solid or
liquid media, transported in
sterile containers are not
subject to the Convention.
Please refer to Orchidaceae
spp. listing for other species
in this genus.
Phragmipedium spp. new world tropical lady's I The entire genus is listed. 1 Jul 75
slippers This means that all species,
subspecies, varieties and
forms in the genus are subject
to the Convention. Seedling
or tissue cultures obtained in
vitro, in solid or liquid media,
transported in sterile
containers are not subject to
the Convention.
Renanthera imschootiana Imschoot’s Renanthera I Seedling or tissue cultures 1 Jul 75
obtained in vitro, in solid or
liquid media, transported in
sterile containers are not
subject to the Convention.
Please refer to Orchidaceae
spp. listing for other species
in this genus.
Family: Orobanchaceae
Cistanche deserticola Desert Cistanche II Refer to Plantae listing for 19 Jul 00
general exclusions.
Family: Palmae (Arecaceae)
Beccariophoenix madagascariensis Manarano Palm II Refer to Plantae listing for 13 Feb 03
general exclusions.
Chrysalidocarpus decipiens Manambe Palm I 4 Feb 77
Lemurophoenix halleuxii Red Lemur Palm II All parts and derivatives are 13 Feb 03
subject to the Convention.
Marojejya darianii Big Leaf Palm II All parts and derivatives are 13 Feb 03
subject to the Convention.
Neodypsis decaryi Triangle Palm II Refer to Plantae listing for 2 Feb 77
general exclusions.
Ravenea louvelii Palm II All parts and derivatives are 13 Feb 03
subject to the Convention.
Ravenea rivularis Majestic Palm II All parts and derivatives are 13 Feb 03
subject to the Convention.
Satranala decussilvae Forest Bismarckia II All parts and derivatives are 13 Feb 03
subject to the Convention.
Voanioala gerardii Forest Coconut II All parts and derivatives are 13 Feb 03
subject to the Convention.
Family: Papaveraceae
Meconopsis regia III Only populations of Nepal are 16 Nov 75
subject to the Convention.
Refer to Plantae listing for
general exclusions.
Family: Pinaceae
Abies guatemalensis Guatemalan Fir I 1 Jul 75
Family: Podocarpaceae
Podocarpus neriifolius III Only populations of Nepal are 16 Nov 75
subject to the Convention.
Refer to Plantae listing for
general exclusions.
Podocarpus parlatorei Parlatore's Podocarp, I 1 Jul 75
Monteromero
Family Portulacaceae
Anacampseros spp. (Anacampseros II The entire genus is listed. 1 Jul 75
australiana and Anacampseros kurtzii also This means that all species,
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referenced in genus Grahamia) subspecies, varieties and
forms in the genus are subject
to the Convention.
Refer to Plantae listing for
general exclusions.
Avonia spp. (formerly included in II The entire genus is listed. 1 Jul 75
Anacampseros spp.) This means that all species,
subspecies, varieties and
forms in the genus are subject
to the Convention.
Refer to Plantae listing for
general exclusions.
Lewisia serrata Saw-toothed Lewisia II Refer to Plantae listing for 29 Jul 83
general exclusions.
Family: Primulaceae
Cyclamen spp. Cyclamens II The entire genus is listed. 1 Jul 75
This means that all species,
subspecies, varieties and
forms in the genus are subject
to the Convention.
Artificially propagated
specimens of cultivars of
Cyclamen persicum are not
subject to the provisions of
the Convention. However,
the exemption does not apply
to such specimens traded as
dormant tubers.
Refer to Plantae listing for
general exclusions.
Family: Proteaceae
Orothamnus zeyheri Marsh-rose II Refer to Plantae listing for 1 Jul 75
general exclusions.
Protea odorata Ground-rose II Refer to Plantae listing for 1 Jul 75
general exclusions.
Family: Ranunculaceae
Adonis vernalis Spring Adonis II Designates all parts and 19 Jul 00
derivatives except:
a) seeds and pollen; and
b) finished products packaged
and ready for retail trade
Hydrastis canadensis Goldenseal II Designates underground parts 18 Sep 97
(i.e. roots, rhizomes): whole,
parts and powdered
Family: Rosaceae
Prunus africana African Cherry II Refer to Plantae listing for 16 Feb 95
general exclusions.
Family: Rubiaceae
Balmea stormiae Ayuque I 1 Jul 75
Family: Sarraceniaceae
Sarracenia spp. Trumpet Pitcher Plants II The entire genus is listed. 22 Oct 87
This means that all species,
subspecies, varieties and
forms in the genus are subject
to the Convention.
Refer to Plantae listing for
general exclusions.
Please see below for species
and subspecies included in
Appendix I and with an
earlier date of first listing.
Sarracenia rubra alabamensis (formerly Alabama Canebrake I Please refer to Sarracenia 6 Jun 81
referenced as Sarracenia alabamensis Pitcher Plant spp. for other species in this
alabamensis) genus.
Sarracenia rubra jonesii (formerly Mountain Sweet Pitcher I Please refer to Sarracenia 6 Jun 81
referenced as Sarracenia jonesii) Plant spp. for other species in this
genus.
Sarracenia oreophila Green Pitcher Plant I Please refer to Sarracenia 6 Jun 81
spp. for other species in this

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Family: Scrophulariaceae
Picrorhiza kurrooa Kutki II Designates all parts and 18 Sep 97
derivatives except:
a) seeds and pollen; and
b) finished products packaged
and ready for retail trade.
Family: Stangeriaceae
Bowenia spp. (formerly included in Bipinnate Cycads II The entire genus is listed. 4 Feb 77
Zamiaceae spp.) This means that all species,
subspecies, varieties and
forms in the genus are subject
to the Convention.
Refer to Plantae listing for
general exclusions.
Stangeria eriopus (includes synonym Stangeria, Fern-Leafed I 1 Jul 75
Stangeria paradoxa) Cycad
Family: Taxaceae
Taxus chinensis Chinese Yew II Listing includes all 12 Jan 05
infraspecific taxa of this
species and designates all
parts and derivatives except:
a) seeds and pollen; and
b) finished products packaged
and ready for retail trade.
Taxus cuspidata Japanese Yew II Listing includes all 12 Jan 05
infraspecific taxa of this
species and designates all
parts and derivatives except:
a) seeds and pollen; and
b) finished products packaged
and ready for retail trade.
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 the Convention.
Taxus fuana Chinese Yew II Listing includes all 12 Jan 05
infraspecific taxa of this
species and designates all
parts and derivatives except:
a) seeds and pollen; and
b) finished products packaged
and ready for retail trade.
Taxus sumatrana Sumatran Yew II Listing includes all 12 Jan 05
infraspecific taxa of this
species and designates all
parts and derivatives except:
a) seeds and pollen; and
b) finished products packaged
and ready for retail trade.
Taxus wallichiana (also referenced as Taxus Himalayan Yew II Listing includes all 16 Feb 95
baccata wallichiana) infraspecific taxa of this
species and designates all
parts and derivatives except:
a) seeds and pollen; and
b) finished products packaged
and ready for retail trade.
Family: Thymelaeaceae (Aquilariaceae)
Aquilaria spp. Agarwood, Gaharu II The entire genus is listed. 12 Jan 05
This means that all species,
subspecies, varieties and
forms in the genus are subject
to the Convention.
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Refer to Plantae listing for
general exclusions.
Please see below for species
with earlier date of first
listing.
Aquilaria malaccensis Agarwood, Aloewood II Refer to Plantae listing for 16 Feb 95
general exclusions.
Please refer to Aquilaria spp.
for other species in this genus.
Gonystylus spp. Ramin II The entire genus is listed. 12 Jan 05
This means that all species,
subspecies, varieties and
forms in the genus are subject
to the Convention.
Refer to Plantae listing for
general exclusions.
Please see below for species
with earlier date of first
listing.
Gonystylus spp. Ramin II Populations of Indonesia were 6 Aug 01
listed under the Convention
on this date>>>
Refer to Plantae listing for
general exclusions.
Please refer to Gonystylus
spp. for other populations.
Gyrinops spp. Agarwood II The entire genus is listed. 12 Jan 05
This means that all species,
subspecies, varieties and
forms in the genus are subject
to the Convention.
Refer to Plantae listing for
general exclusions.
Family: Trochodendraceae
Tetracentron sinense Tetracentron III Only populations of Nepal are 16 Nov 75
subject to the Convention.
Refer to Plantae listing for
general exclusions.
Family: Valerianaceae
Nardostachys grandiflora Himalayan Nard, II Designates all parts and 18 Sep 97
Spikenard derivatives except:
a) seeds and pollen; and
b) finished products packaged
and ready for retail trade.
Family: Welwitschiaceae
Welwitschia mirabilis (includes synonym Welwitschia II Refer to Plantae listing for 1 Jul 75
Welwitschia bainesii) general exclusions.
Family: Zamiaceae
Zamiaceae spp. II The entire family is listed. 4 Feb 77
Genera in family include: Aulacophyllum, This means that all species,
Catakidozamia, Ceratozamia, Chigua, subspecies, varieties and
Dioon, Encephalartos, Lepidozamia, forms within the genera in
Macrozamia, Microcycas, Platyzamia, this family are subject to the
Zamia. Convention.
Refer to Plantae listing for
general exclusions.
Please see below for genera
and species in Appendix I
and/or with an earlier date of
first listing.
Ceratozamia spp. Ceratozamias, Horncones I The entire genus is listed. 4 Feb 77
This means that all species,
subspecies, varieties and
forms in the genus are subject
to the Convention.
Chigua spp. I The entire genus is listed. 4 Feb 77
This means that all species
subspecies, varieties and
forms in the genus are subject
to the Convention.
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Encephalartos spp. Bread Palms, African I The entire genus is listed. 1 Jul 75
Cycads This means that all species
subspecies, varieties and
forms in the genus are subject
to the Convention.
Microcycas calocoma Palma Corcho, Microcycas I Please refer to Zamiaceae spp. 1 Jul 75
for other species in this genus.
Family: Zingiberaceae
Hedychium philippinense Philippine Garland Flower II Refer to Plantae listing for 1 Jul 75
general exclusions.
Family: Zygophyllaceae
Bulnesia sarmientoi Palo santo, ibiocaí, vera or III Only populations of 12 Feb 08
verawood, oil of guaiac Argentina and only logs,
sawn wood, veneer sheets,
plywood, powder and extracts
are subject to the Convention.
Guaiacum spp. Lignum Vitae II The entire genus is listed. 13 Feb 03
This means that all species,
subspecies, varieties and
forms in the genus are
subject to the Convention.
Designates all parts and
derivatives except:
a) seeds and pollen; and
b) finished products packaged
and ready for retail trade.
Please see below for species
with an earlier first listing
date.
Guaiacum officinale Commoner Lignum Vitae II Designates all parts and 11 Jun 92
derivatives except:
a) seeds and pollen; and
b) finished products packaged
and ready for retail trade.
Please refer to Guaiacum spp.
for other species in this genus.
Guaiacum sanctum Holywood Lignum Vitae II Designates all parts and 1 Jul 75
derivatives except:
a) seeds and pollen; and
b) finished products packaged
and ready for retail trade.
Please refer to Guaiacum spp.
for other species in this genus.

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