Schedule 2 Species threatened by trade

s 3(1)

Schedule 2: replaced, on 24 February 2017, by clause 4 of the Trade in Endangered Species Order 2017 (LI 2017/22).

The classes, families, and species listed in this schedule are arranged in descending order by class, then in alphabetical order by order, family, and species. This order of arrangement is adopted in the Convention.

The entries in the column headed “Exceptions/limitations” have the effect of—

(a)

excluding nominated populations in the listed species; or

(b)

limiting the applications of the listed species to only those populations nominated; or

(c)

excluding certain species from a generic listing; or

(d)

excluding nominated varieties of specimens of the listed species; or

(e)

limiting the application of the listed species to only those categories of specimens nominated.

When a species is included in this schedule, all parts and derivatives of the species are also included in the schedule unless the species is annotated to indicate that only specific parts and derivatives are included. The symbol # followed by a number placed against the name of a species or higher taxon included in this schedule refers to a footnote that indicates the parts or derivatives of plants that are designated as specimens subject to this Act. The footnotes are at the end of this schedule.

Part 1 Fauna (animals)

Phylum—Chordata

Class—Mammalia (mammals)
OrderFamilyGenus, species, or subspeciesCommon nameExceptions/limitations
ArtiodactylaBovidae—Antelopes, cattle, duikers, gazelles, goats, sheep, etcAmmotragus lerviaBarbary Sheep
Budorcas taxicolorTakin
Capra caucasicaWest Caucasian Tur, Western Tur
Cephalophus brookeiBrook’s Duiker
Cephalophus dorsalisBay Duiker
Cephalophus ogilbyiOgilby’s Duiker
Cephalophus silvicultorYellow-backed Duiker
Cephalophus zebraBanded Duiker
Damaliscus pygargus pygargusBontebok
Kobus lecheLechwe
Ovis ammonArgaliExcept subspecies included in Schedule 1
Ovis ariesUrial, Red SheepExcept the subspecies included in Schedule 1, the subspecies O. a. isphahanica, O. a. laristanica, O. a. musimon and O. a. orientalis, which are not included in the schedules, and the domesticated form Ovis aries aries, which is not subject to this Act
Ovis canadensisDesert BighornOnly population of Mexico. No other population is included in the schedules
Philantomba monticolaBlue Duiker
Rupicapra pyrenaica ornataAbruzzo Chamois
Saiga borealisMongolian Saiga
Saiga tataricaSaiga Antelope
Camelidae—Camels, guanacos, vicunasLama guanicoeGuanaco
Vicugna vicugnaVicuñaOnly populations of Argentina (populations of provinces of Jujuy and Catamarca and semi-captive populations of provinces of Jujuy, Salta, Catamarca, La Rioja, and San Juan), Chile (population of Primera Región), Ecuador (whole population), Peru (whole population), and Plurinational State of Bolivia (whole population). All other populations are included in Schedule 1. Consult Department of Conservation about labelling conditions
Cervidae—Deer, huemuls, muntjacs, pudusCervus elaphus bactrianusBactrian Wapiti
Pudu mephistophilesPudu
Hippopotamidae—
Hippopotamuses
Hexaprotodon liberiensisPygmy Hippopotamus
Hippopotamus amphibiusHippopotamus
Moschidae—Musk deerMoschus sppMusk DeerExcept populations of Afghanistan, Bhutan, India, Myanmar, Nepal, and Pakistan, which are included in Schedule 1
Tayassuidae—PeccariesTayassuidae sppPeccariesExcept species included in Schedule 1 and populations of Pecari tajacu of Mexico and United States of America, which are not included in the schedules
CarnivoraCanidae—Dogs, foxes, wolvesCanis lupusGrey WolfExcept populations of Bhutan, India, Nepal, and Pakistan, which are included in Schedule 1. Excludes domesticated form and dingo, which are referenced as Canus lupus familiaris and Canus lupus dingo, which are not subject to this Act
Cerdocyon thousCrab-eating Fox
Chrysocyon brachyurusManed Wolf
Cuon alpinusAsiatic Wild Dog
Lycalopex culpaeusCulpeo Fox
Lycalopex fulvipesDarwin’s Fox
Lycalopex griseusArgentine Grey Fox
Lycalopex gymnocercusAzara’s Fox
Vulpes cana Blanford’s Fox
Vulpes zerdaFennec Fox
Eupleridae—Fossa, falanouc, Malagasy civetsCryptoprocta feroxFossa
Eupleres goudotiiFalanouc
Fossa fossanaMalagasy Civet
Felidae—CatsFelidae sppAll cat speciesExcept species included in Schedule 1. Specimens of domesticated form are not subject to this Act. For Panthera leo (African populations), there is a zero annual export quota for specimens of bones, bone pieces, bone products, claws, skeletons, skulls, and teeth removed from the wild and traded for commercial purposes. Consult Department of Conservation about export quotas for specimens derived from captive breeding operations in South Africa
Mephitidae—SkunksConepatus humboldtiiHumboldt’s and Patagonian Hog-nosed Skunk
Lutrinae—OttersLutrinae sppOttersExcept species included in Schedule 1
Otariidae—Fur seals, sea lionsArctocephalus sppFur SealsExcept species included in Schedule 1
Phocidae—SealsMirounga leoninaSouthern Elephant Seal
Ursidae—Bears, giant pandasUrsidae sppBearsExcept species included in Schedule 1
Viverridae—Binturong, civets, linsangs, otter-civet, palm civetsCynogale bennettiiOtter-civet
Hemigalus derbyanusBanded Palm Civet
Prionodon linsangBanded Linsang
Cetacea—
Dolphins, porpoises, whales
Cetacea sppWhales, Dolphins, PorpoisesExcept species included in Schedule 1. Zero annual export quota for live specimens from Black Sea population of Tursiops truncatus removed from the wild and traded for primarily commercial purposes
ChiropteraPteropodidae—Fruit bats, flying foxesAcerodon sppFlying FoxesExcept species included in Schedule 1
Pteropus sppFlying FoxesExcept Pteropus brunneus and species included in Schedule 1
CingulataDasypodidae—ArmadillosChaetophractus nationiAndean Hairy Armadillo Zero annual export quota. All specimens are deemed to be specimens of species included in Schedule 1, and trade in them is regulated accordingly
DiprotodontiaMacropodidae—Kangaroos, wallabiesDendrolagus inustusGrizzled Grey Tree Kangaroo
Dendrolagus ursinusBlack Tree Kangaroo
Phalangeridae—CuscusesPhalanger intercastellanusEastern Common Cuscus
Phalanger mimicusSouthern Common Cuscus
Phalanger orientalisGrey Cuscus
Spilocuscus kraemeriAdmiralty Island Cuscus
Spilocuscus maculatusCommon Spotted Cuscus
Spilocuscus papuensisBlack Spotted Cuscus, Waigeao Cuscus
MonotremataTachyglossidae—Echidnas, spiny anteatersZaglossus sppNew Guinea Long-nosed Echidnas
PerissodactylaEquidae—Horses, wild asses, zebrasEquus hemionusAsiatic Wild AssExcept subspecies included in Schedule 1
Equus kiangKiang
Equus zebra hartmannaeHartmann’s Mountain Zebra
Equus zebra zebraCape Mountain Zebra
Rhinocerotidae—
Rhinoceroses
Ceratotherium simum simumWhite RhinocerosOnly populations of South Africa and Swaziland. All other populations are included in Schedule 1. For exclusive purpose of allowing international trade in live animals to appropriate and acceptable destinations and hunting trophies. All other specimens are deemed to be specimens of species included in Schedule 1 and trade in them is regulated accordingly
Tapiridae—TapirsTapirus terrestrisBrazilian Tapir
PholidotaManidae—PangolinsManis sppPangolinsExcept species included in Schedule 1
PilosaBradypodidae—Three-toed slothsBradypus pygmaeusPygmy Three-toed Sloth
Bradypus variegatusBolivian Three-toed Sloth
Myrmecophagidae—
American anteaters
Myrmecophaga tridactylaGiant Anteater
Primates—Apes, monkeysPrimates sppAll Monkeys, Lemurs, etcExcept species included in Schedule 1
ProboscideaElephantidae—ElephantsLoxodonta africanaAfrican ElephantOnly populations of Botswana, Namibia, South Africa, and Zimbabwe (all other populations are included in Schedule 1), for the exclusive purpose of allowing—
(a)trade in hunting trophies for non-commercial purposes:
(b)trade in live animals to appropriate and acceptable destinations, as defined in Resolution Conf. 11.20 (Rev. CoP17), for Botswana and Zimbabwe and for in situ conservation programmes for Namibia and South Africa:
(c)trade in hides:
(d)trade in hair:
(e)trade in leather goods for commercial or non-commercial purposes for Botswana, Namibia, and South Africa and for non-commercial purposes for Zimbabwe:
(f)trade in individually marked and certified ekipas incorporated in finished jewellery for non-commercial purposes for Namibia, and ivory carvings for non-commercial purposes for Zimbabwe:
(g)trade in registered raw ivory (for Botswana, Namibia, South Africa, and Zimbabwe, whole tusks and pieces) subject to the certain conditions (consult Department of Conservation for details)
No further proposals to allow trade in elephant ivory from populations included in Schedule 2 may be submitted for a specified period of time (consult Department of Conservation for details)
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 are deemed to be specimens of species included in Schedule 1 and the trade in them is regulated accordingly
RodentiaSciuridae—Ground squirrels, tree squirrelsRatufa sppGiant Squirrels
Scandentia—
Tree shrews
Scandentia sppTree Shrews
Class—Aves (birds)
OrderFamilyGenus, species, or subspeciesCommon nameExceptions/limitations
AnseriformesAnatidae—Ducks, geese, swans, etcAnas bernieriMadagascar Teal
Anas formosaBaikal Teal
Branta ruficollisRed-breasted Goose
Coscoroba coscorobaCoscoroba Swan
Cygnus melancoryphusBlack-necked Swan
Dendrocygna arboreaCuban Whistling Duck
Oxyura leucocephalaWhite-headed Duck
Sarkidiornis melanotosComb Duck, Knob-billed Goose
ApodiformesTrochilidae—HummingbirdsTrochilidae sppHummingbirdsExcept species included in Schedule 1
CiconiiformesBalaenicipitidae—Shoebills, whale-headed storksBalaeniceps rexShoebill, Whale-headed Stork
Ciconiidae—StorksCiconia nigraBlack Stork
Phoenicopteridae—FlamingosPhoenicopteridae sppFlamingos
Threskiornithidae—Ibises, spoonbillsEudocimus ruberScarlet Ibis
Geronticus calvusBald Ibis
Platalea leucorodiaEurasian Spoonbill, White Spoonbill
ColumbiformesColumbidae—Doves, pigeonsGallicolumba luzonicaBleeding Heart Pigeon
Goura sppCrowned or Goura Pigeons
CoraciiformesBucerotidae—HornbillsAceros sppHornbillsExcept species included in Schedule 1
Anorrhinus sppHornbills
Anthracoceros sppHornbills
Berenicornis sppHornbills
Buceros sppHornbillsExcept species included in Schedule 1
Penelopides sppHornbills
Rhyticeros sppHornbillsExcept species included in Schedule 1
CuculiformesMusophagidae—
Turacos
Tauraco sppAll species of Turaco
Falconiformes—
Eagles, falcons, hawks, vultures
Falconiformes sppAll birds of preyExcept Caracara lutosa and the species of the family Cathartidae, which are not included in the schedules, and the species included in Schedules 1 and 3
GalliformesPhasianidae—Grouse, guineafowl, partridges, peafowl, pheasants, tragopansArgusianus argusGreat Argus
Gallus sonneratiiGrey Junglefowl
Ithaginis cruentusBlood Pheasant
Pavo muticusGreen Peafowl
Polyplectron bicalcaratumGrey Peacock Pheasant
Polyplectron germainiGermain’s Peacock Pheasant
Polyplectron malacenseMalay Peacock Pheasant
Polyplectron schleiermacheriBornean Peacock Pheasant
Tympanuchus cupido attwateriAttwater’s Prairie Chicken
GruiformesGruidae—CranesGruidae sppCranesExcept species included in Schedule 1
Otididae—BustardsOtididae sppBustardsExcept species included in Schedule 1
PasseriformesCotingidae—CotingasRupicola sppCocks-of-the-rock
Emberizidae—Cardinals, tanagersGubernatrix cristataYellow Cardinal
Paroaria capitataYellow-billed Cardinal
Paroaria coronataRed-crested Cardinal
Tangara fastuosaSeven-coloured Tanager
Estrildidae—Mannikins, waxbillsAmandava formosaGreen Munia
Lonchura oryzivoraJava Sparrow
Poephila cincta cincta Black-throated Finch
Fringillidae—FinchesCarduelis yarrelliiYellow-faced Siskin
Meliphagidae—HoneyeatersLichenostomus melanops cassidixHelmeted Honeyeaters
Muscicapidae—Old World flycatchersCyornis ruckiiRueck’s Blue Flycatcher, Rueck’s Niltava
Garrulax canorusHwamei, Melodious Laughing Thrush
Garrulax taewanusTaiwan Hwamei
Leiothrix argentaurisSilver-eared Mesia
Leiothrix luteaPekin Robin
Liocichla omeiensisMount Omei Liocichla
Paradisaeidae—Birds of paradiseParadisaeidae sppBirds of Paradise
Pittidae—PittasPitta guajanaBlue-tailed Pitta
Pitta nymphaFairy Pitta
Pycnonotidae—
Bulbuls
Pycnonotus zeylanicusStraw-crowned Bulbul
Sturnidae—Mynas, starlingsGracula religiosaHill Myna
PiciformesRamphastidae—
Toucans
Pteroglossus aracariBlack-necked Aracari
Pteroglossus viridisGreen Aracari
Ramphastos sulfuratusKeel-billed Toucan
Ramphastos tocoToco Toucan
Ramphastos tucanusRed-billed Toucan
Ramphastos vitellinusChannel-billed Toucan
PsittaciformesPsittaciformes sppAll parrots and alliesExcept species included in Schedule 1, and Agapornis roseicollis (Peach-faced or Rosy-faced Lovebird), Melopsittacus undulatus (Budgerigar), Nymphicus hollandicus (Cockatiel), and Psittacula krameri (Ring-necked Parakeet), which are not included in the schedules
RheiformesRheidae—RheasPterocnemia pennata pennataSouthern Lesser Rhea
Rhea americanaGreater Rhea
SphenisciformesSpheniscidae—PenguinsSpheniscus demersusJackass Penguin
Strigiformes—OwlsStrigiformes sppOwlsExcept Sceloglaux albifacies and species included in Schedule 1
Class—Reptilia (reptiles)
OrderFamilyGenus, species, or subspeciesCommon nameExceptions/limitations
Crocodylia—
Alligators, caimans, crocodiles
Crocodylia sppCrocodiles, Alligators, Caimans, GharialsExcept species included in Schedule 1
SauriaAgamidae—Spiny-tailed lizards, agamasSaara spp Spiny-tailed Lizards
Uromastyx sppSpiny-tailed Lizards
Anguidae—Alligator lizardsAbronia sppAlligator LizardsExcept the species included in Schedule 1 (zero export quota for wild specimens for Abronia aurita, A. gaiophantasma, A. montecristoi, A. salvadorensis and A. vasconcelosii)
Chamaeleonidae—
Chameleons
Archaius sppSeychelles Tiger Chameleon
Bradypodion sppDwarf Chameleons
Brookesia sppLeaf ChameleonsExcept species included in Schedule 1
Calumma sppChameleons
Chamaeleo sppChameleons
Furcifer sppChameleons
Kinyongia sppChameleons
Nadzikambia sppChameleons
Palleon sppChameleons
Rhampholeon sppChameleons
Rieppeleon sppChameleons
Trioceros sppChameleons
Cordylidae—Spiny-tailed lizardsCordylus sppCrag Lizards, Girdled Lizards, Spiny-tailed Lizards
Hemicordylus sppFalse Girdled Lizards
Karusaurus sppGirdled Lizards
Namazonurus sppGirdled Lizards
Ninurta sppGirdled Lizards
Ouroborus sppGirdled Lizards
Pseudocordylus sppCrag Lizards
Smaug sppGirdled Lizards
Gekkonidae—GeckosNactus serpensinsulaSerpent Island Gecko
Naultinus sppNew Zealand Tree Geckos
Paroedura masobeMasobe Gecko
Phelsuma sppDay Geckos
Rhoptropella sppDay Geckos
Uroplatus sppLeaf-tailed Geckos
Helodermatidae—Beaded lizards, gila monstersHeloderma sppPoisonous LizardsExcept subspecies included in Schedule 1
Iguanidae—IguanasAmblyrhynchus cristatusGalapagos Marine Iguana
Conolophus sppGalapagos Land Iguanas
Ctenosaura bakeriUtila Spiny-tailed Iguana
Ctenosaura melanosternaRio Aguá Spiny-tailed Iguana
Ctenosaura oedirhinaRoatan Spiny-tailed Iguana
Ctenosaura palearisGuatemalan Black Iguana, Spiny-tailed Iguana
Iguana sppIguanas
Phrynosoma blainvilliiBlainville’s Horned Lizard, San Diego Horned Lizard
Phrynosoma cerroenseCedros Island Horned Lizard
Phrynosoma coronatumCoast Horned Lizard
Phrynosoma wigginsiGulf Coast Horned Lizard, Concepcion Horned Lizard
Lacertidae—LizardsPodarcis lilfordiLilford’s Wall Lizard
Podarcis pityusensisIbiza Wall Lizard
Lanthanotidae—Earless monitor lizardsLanthanotidae sppEarless monitor lizardsZero export quota for wild specimens for commercial purposes
Scincidae—SkinksCorucia zebrataPrehensile-tailed Skink
Teiidae—Caiman lizards, tegu lizardsCrocodilurus amazonicusCrocodile Tegu
Dracaena sppCaiman lizards
Salvator sppTegus
Tupinambis sppTegus
Varanidae—Monitor lizardsVaranus sppMonitorsExcept species included in Schedule 1
SerpentesBoidae—BoasBoidae sppAll Boas, Pythons, AnacondasExcept species included in Schedule 1
Bolyeriidae—Round Island boasBolyeriidae sppRound Island BoasExcept species included in Schedule 1
Colubridae—Typical snakes, water snakes, whipsnakesClelia cleliaMussurana
Cyclagras gigasFalse Water Cobra
Elachistodon westermanniIndian Egg-eating Snake
Ptyas mucosusOriental Rat Snake
Elapidae—Cobras, coral snakesHoplocephalus bungaroidesBroad-headed Snake
Naja atraChinese Cobra, Taiwan Cobra
Naja kaouthiaMonocled Cobra
Naja mandalayensisBurmese Spitting Cobra
Naja najaAsiatic Cobra
Naja oxianaCentral Asian Cobra
Naja philippinensisNorthern Philippine Cobra
Naja sagittiferaAndaman Cobra
Naja samarensisSoutheastern Philippine Cobra
Naja siamensisIndochinese Spitting Cobra
Naja sputatrixSouthern Indonesian Spitting Cobra
Naja sumatranaSumatran Cobra, Equatorial Spitting Cobra
Ophiophagus hannahKing Cobra
Loxocemidae—Mexican dwarf boasLoxocemidae sppNew World pythons
Pythonidae—PythonsPythonidae sppTrue PythonsExcept subspecies included in Schedule 1
Tropidophiidae—Wood boasTropidophiidae sppWood Boas
Viperidae—VipersAtheris desaixiAshe’s Bush Viper
Bitis worthingtoniKenya Horned Viper
Trimeresurus mangshanensisMangshan Pit Viper
Vipera wagneriIranian Viper
TestudinesCarettochelyidae—Pig-nosed turtlesCarettochelys insculptaPig-nosed Turtle
Chelidae—Austro-American sidenecked turtlesChelodina mccordiRoti Snake-necked TurtleZero export quota for specimens from wild
Dermatemydidae—
Central American river turtles
Dermatemys mawiiCentral American River Turtle
Emydidae—Box turtles, freshwater turtlesClemmys guttataSpotted Turtle
Emydoidea blandingiiBlanding’s Turtle
Glyptemys insculptaWood Turtle
Malaclemys terrapinDiamondback Terrapin
Terrapene sppAmerican Box TurtlesExcept species included in Schedule 1
Geoemydidae—Box turtles, freshwater turtlesBatagur borneoensisPainted Batagur, Painted Terrapin, Saw-jawed Turtle, Three-striped BatagurZero quota for wild specimens for commercial purposes
Batagur dhongokaThree-striped Roof Turtle
Batagur kachugaBengal Roof Turtle, Red-crowned Roofed Turtle, Sail Terrapin
Batagur trivittataBurmese Roofed TurtleZero quota for wild specimens for commercial purposes
Cuora sppAsian Box TurtlesZero quota for wild specimens for commercial purposes for Cuora aurocapitata, C. bourreti, C. flavomarginata, C. galbinifrons, C. mccordi, C. mouhotii, C. pani, C. picturata, C. trifasciata, C. yunnanensis, and C. zhoui
Cyclemys sppAsian Leaf Turtles
Geoemyda japonicaRyukyu Black-breasted Leaf Turtle
Geoemyda spengleriBlack-breasted Leaf Turtle
Hardella thurjiiBrahminy River Turtle
Heosemys annandaliiYellow-headed Temple TurtleZero quota for wild specimens for commercial purposes
Heosemys depressaArakan Forest TurtleZero quota for wild specimens for commercial purposes
Heosemys grandisGiant Asian Pond Turtle
Heosemys spinosaSpiny Terrapin, Spiny Turtle, Sunburst Turtle
Leucocephalon yuwonoiSulawesi Forest Turtle
Malayemys macrocephalaMalayan Snail-eating Turtle
Malayemys subtrijugaMalayan Snail-eating Turtle
Mauremys annamensisAnnam Leaf Turtle, Annam Pond TurtleZero quota for wild specimens for commercial purposes
Mauremys japonicaJapanese Pond Turtle
Mauremys muticaYellow Pond Turtle
Mauremys nigricansRed-necked Pond turtle, Kwangchung River Turtle
Melanochelys trijugaIndian Black Turtle
Morenia petersiIndian Eyed Turtle
Notochelys platynotaMalayan Flat-shelled Turtle
Orlitia borneensisBornean River Turtle, Malaysian Giant Turtle Zero quota for wild specimens for commercial purposes
Pangshura sppIndian Roofed TurtlesExcept species included in Schedule 1
Sacalia bealeiBeal’s Eyed Turtle, Eye-spotted Turtle
Sacalia quadriocellataFour-eyed Turtle
Siebenrockiella crassicollisBlack Marsh Turtle
Siebenrockiella leytensisLeyte Pond Turtle
Vijayachelys silvaticaCane Turtle, Kavalai Forest Turtle
Podocnemididae—Afro-American sideneck turtlesErymnochelys madagascariensisMadagascar Big-headed Side-neck Turtle
Peltocephalus dumerilianusBig-headed Amazon River Turtle
Podocnemis sppSouth American River Turtles
Testudinidae—TortoisesTestudinidae sppTortoisesExcept species included in Schedule 1. Zero annual export quota has been established for Centrochelys sulcata for specimens removed from the wild and traded for primarily commercial purposes
Trionychidae—Softshell turtlesAmyda cartilagineaSouth-East Asian Softshell Turtle
Chitra sppNarrow-headed Softshell TurtlesExcept species included in Schedule 1
Cyclanorbis elegansNubian Flapshell Turtle
Cyclanorbis senegalensisSenegal Flapshell Turtle
Cycloderma aubryiAubry’s Flapshell Turtle
Cycloderma frenatumZambezi Flapshell Turtle
Dogania subplanaMalayan Softshell Turtle
Lissemys ceylonensisSri Lankan Flapshell Turtle
Lissemys punctataIndian Flapshell Turtle
Lissemys scutataBurmese Flapshell Turtle
Nilssonia formosaBurmese Peacock Softshell
Nilssonia leithiiLeith’s Softshell Turtle
Palea steindachneriWattle-necked Softshell Turtle
Pelochelys sppGiant Softshell Turtles
Pelodiscus axenariaChinese Softshell Turtle
Pelodiscus maackiiChinese Softshell Turtle
Pelodiscus parviformisChinese Softshell Turtle
Rafetus euphraticusEuphrates Softshell Turtle
Rafetus swinhoeiYangtze Softshell Turtle
Trionyx triunguisNile Softshell Turtle
Class—Amphibia (amphibians)
OrderFamilyGenus, species, or subspeciesCommon nameExceptions/limitations
AnuraAromobatidae—
Cryptic forest frogs
Allobates femoralisBrilliant-thighed Poison Frog
Allobates hodliPoison Frog
Allobates myersiMyers’s Poison Frog
Allobates zaparoSanguine Poison Frog, Zaparo’s Poison Frog
Anomaloglossus rufulusChimantá Poison Frog, Gorzula’s Poison Frog, Tepui Poison Frog
Dendrobatidae—
Poison frogs
Adelphobates sppPoison Dart Frogs
Ameerega sppPoison Dart Frogs
Andinobates sppPoison Dart Frogs
Dendrobates sppPoison Dart Frogs
Epipedobates sppPoison Dart Frogs
Excidobates sppPoison Dart Frogs
Hyloxalus azureiventrisSky-blue Poison Frog
Minyobates sppPoison Dart Frogs
Oophaga sppPoison Dart Frogs
Phyllobates sppPoison Dart Frogs
Ranitomeya sppPoison Dart Frogs
Dicroglossidae—FrogsEuphlyctis hexadactylusSix-fingered Frog
Hoplobatrachus tigerinusIndian Bullfrog
Hylidae—Tree frogsAgalychnis sppCentral American Tree Frogs
Mantellidae—Mantella frogsMantella sppMantellas
Microhylidae—
Tomato frogs
Dyscophus antongiliiTomato Frog
Dyscophus guinetiFalse Tomato Frog
Dyscophus insularisAntsouhy Tomato Frog
Scaphiophyrne boriboryBurrowing Frog
Scaphiophryne gottlebeiRainbow Burrowing Frog
Scaphiophyrne marmorataGreen Burrowing Frog
Scaphiophyrne spinosaBurrowing Frog
Myobatrachidae —
Gastric-brooding frogs
Rheobatrachus sppGastric-brooding FrogsExcept Rheobatrachus silus and Rheobatrachus vitellinus, which are not included in the schedules
CaudataAmbystomatidae—
Axolotls, mole salamanders
Ambystoma dumeriliiLake Patzcuaro Salamander
Ambystoma mexicanumAxolotl
Salamandridae—
Newts and salamanders
Paramesotriton hongkongensisHong Kong Warty Newt
Class—Elasmobranchii (sharks)
OrderFamilyGenus, species, or subspeciesCommon nameExceptions/limitations
CarcharhiniformesCarcharhinidae—
Requiem sharks
Carcharhinus longimanusOceanic Whitetip Shark
Sphyrnidae—
Hammerhead sharks
Sphyrna lewiniScalloped Hammerhead
Sphyrna mokarranGreat Hammerhead
Sphyrna zygaenaSmooth Hammerhead
LamniformesCetorhinidae—Basking sharksCetorhinus maximusBasking Shark
Lamnidae—Mackerel sharksCarcharodon carchariasGreat White Shark
Lamna nasusPorbeagle
MyliobatiformesMyliobatidae—
Eagle and mobulid rays
Manta sppManta Rays
OrectolobiformesRhincodontidae—Whale sharksRhincodon typusWhale Shark
Class—Actinopteri (fishes)
OrderFamilyGenus, species, or subspeciesCommon nameExceptions/limitations
AcipenseriformesAcipenseriformes sppSturgeonsExcept species included in Schedule 1
AnguilliformesAnguillidae—Freshwater eelsAnguilla anguillaEuropean Eel
CypriniformesCyprinidae—CarpsCaecobarbus geertsiiAfrican Blind Barb Fish
OsteoglossiformesArapaimidae—ArapaimasArapaima gigasArapaima
PerciformesLabridae—WrassesCheilinus undulatusHumphead Wrasse
Pomacanthidae—AngelfishesHolacanthus clarionensisClarion Angelfish
SyngnathiformesSyngnathidae—Pipefishes, seahorsesHippocampus sppSeahorses
Class—Dipneusti (lungfishes)
OrderFamilyGenus, species, or subspeciesCommon nameExceptions/limitations
CeratodontiformesNeoceratodontidae—Australian lungfishesNeoceratodus forsteriAustralian Lungfish

Phylum—Arthropoda

Class—Arachnida (scorpions and spiders)
OrderFamilyGenus, species, or subspeciesCommon nameExceptions/limitations
AraneaeTheraphosidae—Red-kneed tarantulas, tarantulasAphonopelma albicepsCurly-hair Tarantula
Aphonopelma pallidumMexican Grey Tarantula
Brachypelma sppMexican and Central American Tarantulas
ScorpionesScorpionidae—ScorpionsPandinus dictatorScorpion
Pandinus gambiensisGiant Senegalese Scorpion
Pandinus imperatorEmperor Scorpion
Pandinus roeseli
Class—Insecta (insects)
OrderFamilyGenus, species, or subspeciesCommon nameExceptions/limitations
ColeopteraScarabaeidae—Scarab beetlesDynastes satanasSatanas Beetle
LepidopteraPapilionidae—Birdwing butterflies, swallowtail butterfliesAtrophaneura jophonSri Lankan Rose, Ceylon Rose
Atrophaneura pandiyana
Bhutanitis sppSwallowtail Butterflies
Ornithoptera sppBirdwing ButterfliesExcept species included in Schedule 1
Papilio hospitonCorsican Swallowtail
Parnassius apolloApollo Butterfly
Teinopalpus sppKaiserihinds
Trogonoptera sppBirdwing Butterflies
Troides sppBirdwing Butterflies

Phylum—Annelida

Class—Hirudinoidea (leeches)
OrderFamilyGenus, species, or subspeciesCommon nameExceptions/limitations
ArhynchobdellidaHirudinidae—Medicinal leechesHirudo medicinalisMedicinal Leech
Hirudo verbanaSouthern Medicinal Leech

Phylum—Mollusca

Class—Bivalvia (clams and mussels)
OrderFamilyGenus, species, or subspeciesCommon nameExceptions/limitations
MytiloidaMytilidae—Marine musselsLithophaga lithophagaMediterranean Date Mussel
UnionoidaUnionidae—Freshwater mussels, pearly musselsCyprogenia abertiEdible Pearly Mussel
Epioblasma torulosa rangianaTan-blossomed Pearly Mussel
Pleurobema clavaClubshell Pearly Mussel
VeneroidaTridacnidae—Giant clamsTridacnidae sppGiant Clams
Class—Cephalopoda (squids, octopuses, cuttlefish)
OrderFamilyGenus, species, or subspeciesCommon nameExceptions/limitations
NautilidaNautilidae—NautilusNautilidae sppChambered nautiluses
Class—Gastropoda (snails and conches)
OrderFamilyGenus, species, or subspeciesCommon nameExceptions/limitations
MesogastropodaStrombidae—True conchesStrombus gigasQueen Conch
StylommatophoraCamaenidae—Green tree snailsPapustyla pulcherrimaManus Green Tree Snail

Phylum—Cnidaria

Class—Anthozoa (corals and sea anemones)
OrderFamilyGenus, species, or subspeciesCommon nameExceptions/limitations
Antipatharia—
Black corals
Antipatharia sppAll Black Corals
Helioporacea—
Blue corals
Helioporidae—Blue coralsHelioporidae sppBlue Corals, Blue Ridge CoralsExcluding fossils; includes only species Heliopora coerulea
Scleractinia—
Stony corals
Scleractinia sppAll Brown Stem Cluster Corals, Brush Corals, Rose Tree Corals, White Lace Corals, Cauliflower CoralsExcluding fossils
StoloniferaTubiporidae—Organ-pipe coralsTubiporidae sppOrganpipe CoralsExcluding fossils
Class—Hydrozoa (sea ferns, fire corals, and stinging medusae)
OrderFamilyGenus, species, or subspeciesCommon nameExceptions/limitations
MilleporinaMilleporidae—Fire coralsMilleporidae sppFire Corals, Yellow Fire Corals, Stinging CoralsExcluding fossils
StylasterinaStylasteridae—Lace coralsStylasteridae sppLace CoralsExcluding fossils

Part 2 Flora (plants)

FamilyGenus, species, or subspeciesCommon nameExceptions/limitations
Agavaceae—AgavesAgave victoriae-reginaeQueen Agave#4
Nolina interrataDehesa Bear-grass, San Diego Bear-grass
Yucca queretaroensisQueretaro Yucca
Amaryllidaceae—Snowdrops, sternbergiasGalanthus sppSnowdrops#4
Sternbergia sppSternbergias#4
Anacardiaceae—CashewsOperculicarya decaryiJabily, Elephant Tree
Operculicarya hyphaenoidesJabihy
Operculicarya pachypusTabily
Apocynaceae—Elephant trunks, hoodiasHoodia sppHoodia#9
Pachypodium sppElephant Trunks#4; except species included in Schedule 1
Rauvolfia serpentinaSnake-root, Devil-pepper#2
Araliaceae—GinsengPanax ginsengRed Ginseng#3; only population of Russian Federation. No other population is included in the schedules
Panax quinquefoliusAmerican Ginseng#3
Asparagaceae—Includes ponytail palmsBeaucarnea sppPony Tail Palms
Berberidaceae—May-applePodophyllum hexandrumHimalayan May-apple#2
Bromeliaceae—Air plants, bromeliasTillandsia harrisiiHarris’ Tillandsia#4
Tillandsia kammiiKamm’s Tillandsia#4
Tillandsia xerographicaXerographic Tillandsia#4
Cactaceae—CactiCactaceae sppCactus Plants#4; except species included in Schedule 1 and except Pereskia spp, Pereskiopsis spp, and Quiabentia spp. Artificially propagated specimens of the following hybrids and cultivars are not subject to this Act: Hatiora x graeseri; Schlumbergera x buckleyi; Schlumbergera russelliana x Schlumbergera truncata; Schlumbergera orssichiana x Schlumbergera truncata; Schlumbergera opuntioides x Schlumbergera truncata; Schlumbergera truncata (cultivars); Cactaceae spp colour mutants grafted on the following grafting stocks: Harrisia “Jusbertii”, Hylocereus trigonus or Hylocereus undatus; Opuntia microdasys (cultivars)
Caryocaraceae—AjoCaryocar costaricenseCostus#4
Cucurbitaceae—Melons, gourds, cucurbitsZygosicyos pubescensTobory
Zygosicyos tripartitusBetoboky
Cyatheaceae—Tree fernsCyathea sppTree Ferns#4
Cycadaceae—CycadsCycadaceae sppCycads#4; except species included in Schedule 1
Dicksoniaceae—Tree fernsCibotium barometz#4
Dicksonia sppTree Ferns#4; only populations of Americas. No other population is included in the schedules
Didiereaceae—Allaudias, didiereasDidiereaceae sppAllaudias, Didiereas#4
Dioscoreaceae—Elephant’s foot, knissDioscorea deltoideaElephant’s Foot#4
Droseraceae—Venus flytrapDionaea muscipulaVenus Flytrap#4
Ebenaceae—EboniesDiospyros sppEbonies, Persimmon Trees#5; only populations of Madagascar
Euphorbiaceae—SpurgesEuphorbia sppEuphorbias#4; succulent species only, except Euphorbia misera and the species included in Schedule 1. The following are not subject to this Act: artificially propagated specimens of cultivars of Euphorbia trigona, artificially propagated specimens of crested, fan-shaped, or colour mutants of Euphorbia lactea, when grafted on artificially propagated root stock of Euphorbia neriifolia, and artificially propagated specimens of cultivars of Euphorbia “Milii”, when they are traded in shipments of 100 or more plants and readily recognisable as artificially propagated
Fouquieriaceae—OcotillosFouquieria columnarisBoojum Tree#4
Juglandaceae—GavilanOreomunnea pterocarpaGavilan#4
Lauraceae—LaurelsAniba rosaeodoraBrazilian Rosewood#12
Leguminosae (Fabaceae)—
Afrormosia, cristobal, palisander, rosewood, sandalwood
Caesalpinia echinataBrazil Wood#10
Dalbergia sppRosewood, Palisander#15; except species included in Schedule 1
Guibourtia demeuseiBubinga#15
Guibourtia pellegrinianaBubinga#15
Guibourtia tessmanniiBubinga#15
Pericopsis elataAfrican Teak#5
Platymiscium pleiostachyumQuira, Macawood#4
Pterocarpus erinaceusAfrican Rosewood, Kosso
Pterocarpus santalinusRed Sanders#7
Senna meridionalis
Liliaceae—AloesAloe sppAloes#4; except species included in Schedule 1; also excludes Aloe vera, also referenced as Aloe barbadensis, which is not included in the schedules
Malvaceae—Includes baobabsAdansonia grandidieriGrandidier’s Baobab#16
Meliaceae—Mahoganies, West Indian cedarSwietenia humilisMexican Mahogany, Honduras Mahogany#4
Swietenia macrophyllaBig-leaf Mahogany#6; only populations of Neotropics
Swietenia mahagoniAmerican Mahogany #5
Nepenthaceae—Pitcher plants (Old World)Nepenthes sppPitcher Plants#4; except species included in Schedule 1.
Orchidaceae—OrchidsOrchidaceae sppOrchids#4; except species included in Schedule 1. Artificially propagated hybrids of the genera Cymbidium, Dendrobium, Phalaenopsis, and Vanda are not subject to this Act—
(a) when specimens are readily recognisable as artificially propagated and do not show any signs of having been collected in the wild, such as mechanical damage or strong dehydration resulting from collection, irregular growth and heterogeneous size and shape within a taxon and shipment, algae or other epiphyllous organisms adhering to leaves, or damage by insects or other pests; and
(b)(i) when shipped in non-flowering state, the specimens must be traded in shipments consisting of individual containers (such as cartons, boxes, crates, or individual shelves of CC-containers), each containing 20 or more plants of the same hybrid; the plants within each container must exhibit a high degree of uniformity and healthiness; and the shipment must be accompanied by documentation, such as an invoice, that clearly states the number of plants of each hybrid; or
(ii) when shipped in flowering state, with at least 1 fully open flower per specimen, no minimum number of specimens per shipment is required but specimens must be professionally processed for commercial retail sale, eg, labelled with printed labels or packaged with printed packages indicating the name of the hybrid and the country of final processing. This should be clearly visible and allow easy verification.
Plants not clearly qualifying for the exemption must be accompanied by appropriate CITES documents
Orobanchaceae—BroomrapesCistanche deserticolaDesert Cistanche#4
Palmae (Arecaceae)—PalmsBeccariophoenix madagascariensisManarano Palm, Maruala Palm#4
Dypsis decaryiTriangle Palm#4
Lemurophoenix halleuxiiRed Lemur Palm
Marojejya darianiiBig Leaf Palm, Madagascar Palm
Ravenea louvelii
Ravenea rivularisMajesty Palm
Satranala decussilvaeSatranabe Palm
Voanioala gerardiiForest Coconut
Passifloraceae—PassionflowersAdenia firingalavensis
Adenia olaboensisAdenia
Adenia subsessilifolia
Pedaliaceae—SesamesUncarina grandidieri
Uncarina stellulifera
Portulaceae—Lewisias, portulacas, purslanesAnacampseros sppPurselanes#4
Avonia spp#4
Lewisia serrataSaw-toothed Lewisia#4
Primulaceae—CyclamensCyclamen sppCyclamens#4; except artificially propagated cultivars of Cyclamen persicum. Exemption does not apply to specimens traded as dormant tubers
Ranunculaceae—Golden seals, yellow adonis, yellow rootAdonis vernalisYellow Adonis, Spring Adonis#2
Hydrastis canadensisGoldenseal#8
Rosaceae—African cherry, stinkwoodPrunus africanaAfrican Stinkwood#4
Santalaceae—SandalwoodsOsyris lanceolataAfrican Sandalwood#2; only populations of Burundi, Ethiopia, Kenya, Rwanda, Uganda, and United Republic of Tanzania
Sarraceniaceae—Pitcher plants (New World)Sarracenia sppPitcher Plants#4; except species included in Schedule 1
Scrophulariaceae—KutkiPicrorhiza kurrooa#2; excludes Picrorhiza scrophulariiflora
Stangeriaceae—StangeriasBowenia spp#4
Taxaceae—Himalayan yewTaxus chinensis and infraspecific taxa of this species#2
Taxus cuspidata and infraspecific taxa of this species#2. The following are not subject to this Act: 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”
Taxus fuana and infraspecific taxa of this species#2
Taxus sumatrana and infraspecific taxa of this species#2
Taxus wallichianaHimalayan Yew#2
Thymelaeaceae (Aquilariaceae)—Agarwood, raminAquilaria sppAgarwood#14
Gonystylus sppRamin#4
Gyrinops sppAgarwood#14
Valeriaceae—Himalayan spikenardNardostachys grandifloraHimalayan Spikenard#2
Vitaceae—GrapesCyphostemma elephantopusElephant Foot Grape Tree
Cyphostemma lazaLaza
Cyphostemma montagnaciiLazambohitra
Welwitschiaceae—
Welwitschia
Welwitschia mirabilisWelwitschia#4
Zamiaceae—CycadsZamiaceae sppCycads#4; except species included in Schedule 1
Zingiberaceae—Ginger lily, Natal gingerHedychium philippinensePhilippine Garland-flower#4
Siphonochilus aethiopicusNatal GingerOnly populations of Mozambique, South Africa, Swaziland, and Zimbabwe
Zygophyllaceae—
Lignum-vitae
Bulnesia sarmientoiPalo Santo, Verawood#11
Guaiacum sppLignum-vitae#2
Footnotes
1

All parts and derivatives except—

(a)

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

(b)

seedling or tissue cultures obtained in vitro, in solid or liquid media, transported in sterile containers; and

(c)

cut flowers of artificially propagated plants; and

(d)

fruits, and parts and derivatives thereof, of artificially propagated plants of the genus Vanilla.

2

All parts and derivatives except—

(a)

seeds and pollen; and

(b)

finished products packaged and ready for the retail trade.

3

Whole and sliced roots and parts of roots, excluding manufactured parts or derivatives, such as powders, pills, extracts, tonics, teas, and confectionery.

4

All parts and derivatives except—

(a)

seeds (including seedpods of Orchidaceae), spores, and pollen (including pollinia). The exemption does not apply to seeds from Cactaceae spp exported from Mexico, or to seeds from Beccariophoenix madagascariensis and Dypsis decaryi exported from Madagascar; and

(b)

seedling or tissue cultures obtained in vitro, in solid or liquid media, transported in sterile containers; and

(c)

cut flowers of artificially propagated plants; and

(d)

fruits, and parts and derivatives thereof, of naturalised or artificially propagated plants of the genus Vanilla (Orchidaceae) and of the family Cactaceae; and

(e)

stems, flowers, and parts and derivatives thereof of naturalised or artificially propagated plants of the genera Opuntia, subgenus Opuntia and Selenicereus (Cactaceae); and

(f)

finished products of Euphorbia antisyphilitica packaged and ready for retail trade.

5

Logs, sawn wood, and veneer sheets.

6

Logs, sawn wood, veneer sheets, and plywood.

7

Logs, wood chips, powder, and extracts.

8

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

9

All parts and derivatives except those bearing a label “Produced from Hoodia spp material obtained through controlled harvesting and production under the terms of an agreement with the relevant CITES Management Authority of [Botswana under agreement No. BW/xxxxxx] [Namibia under agreement No. NA/xxxxxx] [South Africa under agreement No. ZA/xxxxxx]”.

10

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

11

Logs, sawn wood, veneer sheets, plywood, powder, and extracts. Finished products containing such extracts as ingredients, including fragrances, are not considered to be covered by this annotation.

12

Logs, sawn wood, veneer sheets, plywood, and extracts. Finished products containing such extracts as ingredients, including fragrances, are not considered to be covered by this annotation.

13

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

14

All parts and derivatives except—

(a)

seeds and pollen; and

(b)

seedling or tissue cultures obtained in vitro, in solid or liquid media, transported in sterile containers; and

(c)

fruits; and

(d)

leaves; and

(e)

exhausted agarwood powder, including compressed powder in all shapes; and

(f)

finished products packaged and ready for retail trade; this exemption does not apply to wood chips, beads, prayer beads, and carvings.

15

All parts and derivatives are included, except—

(a)

leaves, flowers, pollen, fruits, and seeds; and

(b)

non-commercial exports of a maximum total weight of 10 kg per shipment; and

(c)

parts and derivatives of Dalbergia cochinchinensis, which are covered by annotation #4; and

(d)

parts and derivatives of Dalbergia spp originating and exported from Mexico, which are covered by annotation #6.

16

Seeds, fruits, oil, and live plants.