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CONVENTION ON INTERNATIONAL TRADE IN ENDANGERED SPECIESOF WILD FAUNA AND FLORAAppendices I, II and IIIvalid from 4 October 2017Interpretation1.Species included in these Appendices are referred to:a)b)by the name of the species; oras being all of the species included in a higher taxon or designated part thereof.2.The abbreviation “spp.” is used to denote all species of a higher taxon.3.Other references to taxa higher than species are for the purposes of information or classification only. Thecommon names included after the scientific names of families are for reference only. They are intended toindicate the species within the family concerned that are included in the Appendices. In most cases this isnot all of the species within the family.4.The following abbreviations are used for plant taxa below the level of species:a)b)“ssp.” is used to denote subspecies; and“var(s).” is used to denote variety (varieties).5.As none of the species or higher taxa of FLORA included in Appendix I is annotated to the effect that itshybrids shall be treated in accordance with the provisions of Article III of the Convention, this means thatartificially propagated hybrids produced from one or more of these species or taxa may be traded with acertificate of artificial propagation, and that seeds and pollen (including pollinia), cut flowers, seedling ortissue cultures obtained in vitro, in solid or liquid media, transported in sterile containers of these hybrids arenot subject to the provisions of the Convention.6.The names of the countries in parentheses placed against the names of species in Appendix III are those ofthe Parties submitting these species for inclusion in this Appendix.7.When a species is included in one of the Appendices, all parts and derivatives of the species are alsoincluded in the same Appendix unless the species is annotated to indicate that only specific parts andderivatives are included. The symbol # followed by a number placed against the name of a species or highertaxon included in Appendix II or III refers to a footnote that indicates the parts or derivatives of plants thatare designated as 'specimens' subject to the provisions of the Convention in accordance with Article I,paragraph (b), subparagraph (iii).8.The terms and expressions below, used in annotations in these Appendices, are defined as follows:ExtractAny substance obtained directly from plant material by physical or chemical means regardless of themanufacturing process. An extract may be solid (e.g. crystals, resin, fine or coarse particles), semi-solid(e.g. gums, waxes) or liquid (e.g. solutions, tinctures, oil and essential oils).Finished products packaged and ready for retail tradeProducts, shipped singly or in bulk, requiring no further processing, packaged, labelled for final use orthe retail trade in a state fit for being sold to or used by the general public.PowderA dry, solid substance in the form of fine or coarse particles.WoodchipsWood that has been reduced to small pieces.

AppendicesIIIIIIFAUNA (ANIMALS)PHYLUM CHORDATACLASS MAMMALIA (MAMMALS)ARTIODACTYLAAntilocapridae PronghornsAntilocapra americana (Only thepopulation of Mexico; no otherpopulation is included in theAppendices)Bovidae Antelopes, cattle, duikers,gazelles, goats, sheep, etc.Addax nasomaculatusAmmotragus lerviaAntilope cervicapra (Nepal, Pakistan)Bos gaurus (Excludes thedomesticated form, which is referencedas Bos frontalis, and is not subject to theprovisions of the Convention)Bos mutus (Excludes the domesticatedform, which is referenced as Bosgrunniens, and is not subject to theprovisions of the Convention)Bos sauveliBoselaphus tragocamelus (Pakistan)Bubalus arnee (Excludes thedomesticated form, which is referencedas Bubalus bubalis and is not subject tothe provisions of the Convention)(Nepal)Bubalus depressicornisBubalus mindorensisBubalus quarlesiBudorcas taxicolorCapra caucasicaCapra falconeriAppendices I, II & III (04/04/2017) – p. 2

AppendicesIIIIIICapra hircus aegagrus (Specimens ofthe domesticated form are not subject tothe provisions of the Convention)(Pakistan)Capra sibirica (Pakistan)Capricornis milneedwardsiiCapricornis rubidusCapricornis sumatraensisCapricornis tharCephalophus brookeiCephalophus dorsalisCephalophus jentinkiCephalophus ogilbyiCephalophus silvicultorCephalophus zebraDamaliscus pygargus pygargusGazella bennettii (Pakistan)Gazella cuvieriGazella dorcas (Algeria, Tunisia)Gazella leptocerosHippotragus niger varianiKobus lecheNaemorhedus baileyiNaemorhedus caudatusNaemorhedus goralNaemorhedus griseusNanger damaOryx dammahOryx leucoryxOvis ammon (Except the subspeciesincluded in Appendix I)Ovis ammon hodgsoniiOvis ammon nigrimontanaAppendices I, II & III (04/04/2017) – p. 3

AppendicesIIOvis aries (Except the subspeciesincluded in Appendix I, the subspeciesO. a. isphahanica, O. a. laristanica, O. a.musimon and O. a. orientalis which arenot included in the Appendices, and thedomesticated form Ovis aries arieswhich is not subject to the provisions ofthe Convention)IIIIOvis aries ophionOvis aries vigneiOvis canadensis (Only the populationof Mexico; no other population isincluded in the Appendices)Pantholops hodgsoniiPhilantomba monticolaPseudois nayaur (Pakistan)Pseudoryx nghetinhensisRupicapra pyrenaica ornataSaiga borealisSaiga tataricaTetracerus quadricornis (Nepal)Camelidae Camels, guanacos,vicunasLama guanicoeVicugna vicugna [Except thepopulations of: Argentina (thepopulations of the Provinces of Jujuyand Catamarca and the semi-captivepopulations of the Provinces of Jujuy,Salta, Catamarca, La Rioja and SanJuan), Chile (population of the PrimeraRegión), Ecuador (the wholepopulation), Peru (the whole population)and the Plurinational State of Bolivia (thewhole population), which are included inAppendix II]Appendices I, II & III (04/04/2017) – p. 4

IAppendicesIIVicugna vicugna [Only the populationsof Argentina (the populations of theProvinces of Jujuy and Catamarca andthe semi-captive populations of theProvinces of Jujuy, Salta, Catamarca, LaRioja and San Juan), Chile (populationof the Primera Región), Ecuador (thewhole population), Peru (the wholepopulation) and the Plurinational State ofBolivia (the whole population); all otherpopulations are included in Appendix I]1IIICervidae Deer, huemuls, muntjacs,pudusAxis calamianensisAxis kuhlii1For the exclusive purpose of allowing international trade in fibre from vicuñas (Vicugna vicugna) and their derivative products, only if the fibre comes from the shearing of live vicuñas. Trade in products derivedfrom the fibre may only take place in accordance with the following provisions:a) Any person or entity processing vicuña fibre to manufacture cloth and garments must request authorization from the relevant authorities of the country of origin (Countries of origin: The countries where thespecies occurs, that is, Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Ecuador and Peru) to use the "vicuña country of origin" wording, mark or logo adopted by the range States of the species that are signatories to theConvention for the Conservation and Management of the Vicuña.b) Marketed cloth or garments must be marked or identified in accordance with the following provisions:i) For international trade in cloth made from live-sheared vicuña fibre, whether the cloth was produced within or outside of the range States of the species, the wording, mark or logo must be used so thatthe country of origin can be identified. The VICUÑA [COUNTRY OF ORIGIN] wording, mark or logo has the format as detailed below:This wording, mark or logo must appear on the reverse side of the cloth. In addition, the selvages of the cloth must bear the words VICUÑA [COUNTRY OF ORIGIN].For international trade in garments made from live-sheared vicuña fibre, whether the garments were produced within or outside of the range States of the species, the wording, mark or logo indicated inparagraph b) i) must be used. This wording, mark or logo must appear on a label on the garment itself. If the garments are produced outside of the country of origin, the name of the country where thegarment was produced should also be indicated, in addition to the wording, mark or logo referred to in paragraph b) i).c) For international trade in handicraft products made from live-sheared vicuña fibre produced within the range States of the species, the VICUÑA [COUNTRY OF ORIGIN] - ARTESANÍA wording, mark orlogo must be used as detailed below:ii)d) If live-sheared vicuña fibre from various countries of origin is used for the production of cloth and garments, the wording, mark or logo of each of the countries of origin of the fibre must be indicated, asdetailed in paragraphs b) i) and ii).e) All other specimens shall be deemed to be specimens of species listed in Appendix I and the trade in them shall be regulated accordinglyAppendices I, II & III (04/04/2017) – p. 5

AppendicesIIIIIIAxis porcinus (Except the subspeciesincluded in Appendix I) (Pakistan)Axis porcinus annamiticusBlastocerus dichotomusCervus elaphus bactrianusCervus elaphus barbarus (Algeria,Tunisia)Cervus elaphus hangluDama dama mesopotamicaHippocamelus spp.Mazama temama cerasina(Guatemala)Muntiacus crinifronsMuntiacus vuquangensisOdocoileus virginianus mayensis(Guatemala)Ozotoceros bezoarticusPudu mephistophilesPudu pudaRucervus duvauceliiRucervus eldiiHippopotamidae HippopotamusesHexaprotodon liberiensisHippopotamus amphibiusMoschidae Musk deerMoschus spp. (Only the populations ofAfghanistan, Bhutan, India, Myanmar,Nepal and Pakistan; all otherpopulations are included in Appendix II)Moschus spp. (Except the populationsof Afghanistan, Bhutan, India, Myanmar,Nepal and Pakistan, which are includedin Appendix I)Suidae Babirusa, hogs, pigsBabyrousa babyrussaBabyrousa bolabatuensisAppendices I, II & III (04/04/2017) – p. 6

AppendicesIIIBabyrousa celebensisBabyrousa togeanensisSus salvaniusIIITayassuidae PeccariesTayassuidae spp. (Except the speciesincluded in Appendix I and thepopulations of Pecari tajacu of Mexicoand the United States of America, whichare not included in the Appendices)Catagonus wagneriCARNIVORAAiluridae Red pandasAilurus fulgensCanidae Dogs, foxes, wolvesCanis aureus (India)Canis lupus (Only the populations ofBhutan, India, Nepal and Pakistan; allother populations are included inAppendix II. Excludes the domesticatedform and the dingo which are referencedas Canis lupus familiaris and Canislupus dingo, respectively, which are notsubject to the provisions of theConvention)Canis lupus (Except the populations ofBhutan, India, Nepal and Pakistan,which are included in Appendix I.Excludes the domesticated form and thedingo which are referenced as Canislupus familiaris and Canis lupus dingo,respectively, which are not subject to theprovisions of the Convention)Cerdocyon thousChrysocyon brachyurusCuon alpinusLycalopex culpaeusLycalopex fulvipesLycalopex griseusAppendices I, II & III (04/04/2017) – p. 7

AppendicesIILycalopex gymnocercusIIIISpeothos venaticusVulpes bengalensis (India)Vulpes canaVulpes vulpes griffithi (India)Vulpes vulpes montana (India)Vulpes vulpes pusilla (India)Vulpes zerdaEupleridae Fossa, falanouc,Malagasy civetsCryptoprocta feroxEupleres goudotiiFossa fossanaFelidae CatsFelidae spp. [Except the speciesincluded in Appendix I. Excludesspecimens of the domesticated form,which are not subject to the provisions ofthe Convention. For Panthera leo(African populations): a zero annualexport quota is established forspecimens of bones, bone pieces, boneproducts, claws, skeletons, skulls andteeth removed from the wild and tradedfor commercial purposes. Annual exportquotas for trade in bones, bone pieces,bone products, claws, skeletons, skullsand teeth for commercial purposes,derived from captive breedingoperations in South Africa, will beestablished and communicated annuallyto the CITES Secretariat.]Acinonyx jubatus (Annual exportquotas for live specimens and huntingtrophies are granted as follows:Botswana: 5; Namibia: 150;Zimbabwe: 50. The trade in suchspecimens is subject to the provisions ofArticle III of the Convention)Appendices I, II & III (04/04/2017) – p. 8

ICaracal caracal (Only the population ofAsia; all other populations are includedin Appendix II)Catopuma temminckiiFelis nigripesLeopardus geoffroyiLeopardus jacobitusLeopardus pardalisLeopardus tigrinusLeopardus wiediiLynx pardinusNeofelis nebulosaPanthera leo persicaPanthera oncaPanthera pardusPanthera tigrisPardofelis marmorataPrionailurus bengalensis bengalensis(Only the populations of Bangladesh,India and Thailand; all other populationsare included in Appendix II)Prionailurus planicepsPrionailurus rubiginosus (Only thepopulation of India; all other populationsare included in Appendix II)Puma concolor costaricensisPuma yagouaroundi (Only thepopulations of Central and NorthAmerica; all other populations areincluded in Appendix II)Uncia unciaAppendicesIIIIIHerpestidae MongoosesHerpestes edwardsi (India, Pakistan)Herpestes fuscus (India)Herpestes javanicus (Pakistan)Herpestes javanicus auropunctatus(India)Appendices I, II & III (04/04/2017) – p. 9

AppendicesIIIIIIHerpestes smithii (India)Herpestes urva (India)Herpestes vitticollis (India)Hyaenidae Aardwolf, hyenasHyaena hyaena (Pakistan)Proteles cristata (Botswana)Mephitidae SkunksConepatus humboldtiiMustelidae Badgers, martens, otters,weasels, etc.Lutrinae OttersLutrinae spp. (Except the speciesincluded in Appendix I)Aonyx capensis microdon (Only thepopulations of Cameroon and Nigeria;all other populations are included inAppendix II)Enhydra lutris nereisLontra felinaLontra longicaudisLontra provocaxLutra lutraLutra nipponPteronura brasiliensisMustelinae Grisons, honey badgers,martens, tayra, weaselsEira barbara (Honduras)Galictis vittata (Costa Rica)Martes flavigula (India)Martes foina intermedia (India)Martes gwatkinsii (India)Mellivora capensis (Botswana)Mustela altaica (India)Mustela erminea ferghanae (India)Mustela kathiah (India)Appendices I, II & III (04/04/2017) – p. 10

AppendicesIIIIIIMustela nigripesMustela sibirica (India)Odobenidae WalrusesOdobenus rosmarus (Canada)Otariidae Fur seals, sealionsArctocephalus spp. (Except thespecies included in Appendix I)Arctocephalus townsendiPhocidae SealsMirounga leoninaMonachus spp.Procyonidae Coatis, kinkajous,olingosBassaricyon gabbii (Costa Rica)Bassariscus sumichrasti (Costa Rica)Nasua narica (Honduras)Nasua nasua solitaria (Uruguay)Potos flavus (Honduras)Ursidae Bears, giant pandasUrsidae spp. (Except the speciesincluded in Appendix I)Ailuropoda melanoleucaHelarctos malayanusMelursus ursinusTremarctos ornatusUrsus arctos (Only the populations ofBhutan, China, Mexico and Mongolia; allother populations are included inAppendix II)Ursus arctos isabellinusUrsus thibetanusViverridae Binturong, civets, linsangs,otter-civet, palm civetsArctictis binturong (India)Civettictis civetta (Botswana)Cynogale bennettiiAppendices I, II & III (04/04/2017) – p. 11

AppendicesIIHemigalus derbyanusIIIIPaguma larvata (India)Paradoxurus hermaphroditus (India)Paradoxurus jerdoni (India)Prionodon linsangPrionodon pardicolorViverra civettina (India)Viverra zibetha (India)Viverricula indica (India)CETACEA Dolphins, porpoises,whalesCETACEA spp. (Except the speciesincluded in Appendix I. A zero annualexport quota has been established forlive specimens from the Black Seapopulation of Tursiops truncatusremoved from the wild and traded forprimarily commercial purposes)Balaenidae Bowhead whale, rightwhalesBalaena mysticetusEubalaena spp.Balaenopteridae Fin whales,humpback whales, rorqualsBalaenoptera acutorostrata (Exceptthe population of West Greenland, whichis included in Appendix II)Balaenoptera bonaerensisBalaenoptera borealisBalaenoptera edeniBalaenoptera musculusBalaenoptera omuraiBalaenoptera physalusMegaptera novaeangliaeAppendices I, II & III (04/04/2017) – p. 12

AppendicesIIIIIIDelphinidae DolphinsOrcaella brevirostrisOrcaella heinsohniSotalia spp.Sousa spp.Eschrichtiidae Grey whaleEschrichtius robustusIniidae River dolphinsLipotes vexilliferNeobalaenidae Pygmy right whaleCaperea marginataPhocoenidae PorpoisesNeophocaena asiaeorientalisNeophocaena phocaenoidesPhocoena sinusPhyseteridae Sperm whalesPhyseter macrocephalusPlatanistidae River dolphinsPlatanista spp.Ziphiidae Beaked whales, bottlenosed whalesBerardius spp.Hyperoodon spp.CHIROPTERAPhyllostomidae Broad-nosed batsPlatyrrhinus lineatus (Uruguay)Pteropodidae Fruit bats, flying foxesAcerodon spp. (Except the speciesincluded in Appendix I)Acerodon jubatusPteropus spp. (Except the speciesincluded in Appendix I and Pteropusbrunneus)Pteropus insularisPteropus loochoensisAppendices I, II & III (04/04/2017) – p. 13

AppendicesIIIPteropus mariannusPteropus molossinusPteropus pelewensisPteropus pilosusPteropus samoensisPteropus tonganusPteropus ualanusPteropus yapensisIIICINGULATADasypodidae ArmadillosCabassous centralis (Costa Rica)Cabassous tatouay (Uruguay)Chaetophractus nationi (A zero annualexport quota has been established. Allspecimens shall be deemed to bespecimens of species included inAppendix I and the trade in them shallbe regulated accordingly)Priodontes maximusDASYUROMORPHIADasyuridae DunnartsSminthopsis longicaudataSminthopsis psammophilaDIPROTODONTIAMacropodidae Kangaroos, wallabiesDendrolagus inustusDendrolagus ursinusLagorchestes hirsutusLagostrophus fasciatusOnychogalea fraenataPhalangeridae CuscusesPhalanger intercastellanusPhalanger mimicusPhalanger orientalisSpilocuscus kraemeriAppendices I, II & III (04/04/2017) – p. 14

AppendicesIISpilocuscus maculatusSpilocuscus papuensisIPotoroidae Rat-kangaroosBettongia spp.Vombatidae WombatsLasiorhinus krefftiiLAGOMORPHALeporidae Hares, rabbitsCaprolagus hispidusRomerolagus diaziMONOTREMATATachyglossidae Echidnas, spinyanteatersZaglossus spp.PERAMELEMORPHIAPeramelidae Bandicoots,echymiperasPerameles bougainvilleThylacomyidae BilbiesMacrotis lagotisPERISSODACTYLAEquidae Horses, wild asses, zebrasEquus africanus (Excludes thedomesticated form, which is referencedas Equus asinus, and is not subject tothe provisions of the Convention)Equus grevyiEquus hemionus (Except thesubspecies included in Appendix I)Equus hemionus hemionusEquus hemionus khurEquus kiangEquus przewalskiiEquus zebra hartmannaeEquus zebra zebraAppendices I, II & III (04/04/2017) – p. 15III

AppendicesIIIIIIRhinocerotidae RhinocerosesRhinocerotidae spp. (Except thesubspecies included in Appendix II)Ceratotherium simum simum (Onlythe populations of South Africa andSwaziland; all other populations areincluded in Appendix I. For the exclusivepurpose of allowing international trade inlive animals to appropriate andacceptable destinations and huntingtrophies. All other specimens shall bedeemed to be specimens of speciesincluded in Appendix I and the trade inthem shall be regulated accordingly)Tapiridae TapirsTapiridae spp. (Except the speciesincluded in Appendix II)Tapirus terrestrisPHOLIDOTAManidae PangolinsManis spp. (Except the speciesincluded in Appendix I)Manis crassicaudataManis culionensisManis giganteaManis javanicaManis pentadactylaManis temminckiiManis tetradactylaManis tricuspisPILOSABradypodidae Three-toed slothsBradypus pygmaeusBradypus variegatusMegalonychidae Two-toed slothsCholoepus hoffmanni (Costa Rica)Appendices I, II & III (04/04/2017) – p. 16

AppendicesIIIIIIMyrmecophagidae AmericananteatersMyrmecophaga tridactylaTamandua mexicana (Guatemala)PRIMATES Apes, monkeysPRIMATES spp. (Except the speciesincluded in Appendix I)Atelidae Howler monkeys, spidermonkeysAlouatta coibensisAlouatta palliataAlouatta pigraAteles geoffroyi frontatusAteles geoffroyi ornatusBrachyteles arachnoidesBrachyteles hypoxanthusOreonax flavicaudaCebidae Marmosets, tamarins, newworld monkeysCallimico goeldiiCallithrix auritaCallithrix flavicepsLeontopithecus spp.Saguinus bicolorSaguinus geoffroyiSaguinus leucopusSaguinus martinsiSaguinus oedipusSaimiri oerstediiCercopithecidae Old-world monkeysCercocebus galeritusCercopithecus dianaCercopithecus rolowayMacaca silenusMacaca sylvanusAppendices I, II & III (04/04/2017) – p. 17

IMandrillus leucophaeusMandrillus sphinxNasalis larvatusPiliocolobus kirkiiPiliocolobus rufomitratusPresbytis potenzianiPygathrix spp.Rhinopithecus spp.Semnopithecus ajaxSemnopithecus dussumieriSemnopithecus entellusSemnopithecus hectorSemnopithecus hypoleucosSemnopithecus priamSemnopithecus schistaceusSimias concolorTrachypithecus geeiTrachypithecus pileatusTrachypithecus shortridgeiAppendicesIICheirogaleidae Dwarf lemursCheirogaleidae spp.Daubentoniidae Aye-ayeDaubentonia madagascariensisHominidae Apes, chimpanzees,gorillas, orang-utansGorilla beringeiGorilla gorillaPan spp.Pongo abeliiPongo pygmaeusHylobatidae GibbonsHylobatidae spp.Indriidae Indris, sifakas, woollylemursIndriidae spp.Appendices I, II & III (04/04/2017) – p. 18III

AppendicesIIIIIILemuridae Large lemursLemuridae spp.Lepilemuridae Sportive lemursLepilemuridae spp.Lorisidae LorisesNycticebus spp.Pitheciidae Sakis, uakarisCacajao spp.Chiropotes albinasusPROBOSCIDEAElephantidae ElephantsElephas maximusLoxodonta africana (Except thepopulations of Botswana, Namibia,South Africa and Zimbabwe, which areincluded in Appendix II subject toannotation 2)Loxodonta africana2 (Only thepopulations of Botswana, Namibia,South Africa and Zimbabwe; all otherpopulations are included in Appendix I)RODENTIAChinchillidae ChinchillasChinchilla spp. (Specimens of thedomesticated form are not subject to theprovisions of the Convention)2Populations of Botswana, Namibia, South Africa and Zimbabwe (listed in Appendix II):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 andSouth Africa;c) trade in hides;d) trade in hair;e) trade in leather goods for commercial or non-commercial purposes for Botswana, Namibia and South Africa and for non-commercial purposes for Zimbabwe;f) trade in individually marked and certified ekipas incorporated in finished jewellery for non-commercial purposes for Namibia and ivory carvings for non-commercial purposes for Zimbabwe;g) trade in registered raw ivory (for Botswana, Namibia, South Africa and Zimbabwe, whole tusks and pieces) subject to the following:Appendices I, II & III (04/04/2017) – p. 19

AppendicesIIIIIICuniculidae PacasCuniculus paca (Honduras)Dasyproctidae AgoutisDasyprocta punctata (Honduras)Erethizontidae New-world porcupinesSphiggurus mexicanus (Honduras)Sphiggurus spinosus (Uruguay)Muridae Mice, ratsLeporillus conditorPseudomys fieldi praeconisXeromys myoidesZyzomys pedunculatusSciuridae Ground squirrels, treesquirrelsCynomys mexicanusMarmota caudata (India)Marmota himalayana (India)Ratufa spp.Sciurus deppei (Costa Rica)SCANDENTIA Tree shrewsSCANDENTIA spp.i)ii)only registered government-owned stocks, originating in the State (excluding seized ivory and ivory of unknown origin);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 theimported ivory will not be re-exported and will be managed in accordance with all requirements of Resolution Conf. 10.10 (Rev. CoP17) 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 betraded 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; andvii) 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; andh) 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 thedate 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 withDecisions 16.55 and 14.78 (Rev. CoP16).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 ofproven 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.Appendices I, II & III (04/04/2017) – p. 20

AppendicesIIIIIISIRENIADugongidae DugongDugong dugonTrichechidae ManateesTrichechus inunguisTrichechus manatusTrichechus senegalensisCLASS AVES (BIRDS)ANSERIFORMESAnatidae Ducks, geese, swans, etc.Anas aucklandicaAnas bernieriAnas chlorotisAnas formosaAnas laysanensisAnas nesiotisAsarcornis scutulataBranta canadensis leucopareiaBranta ruficollisBranta sandvicensisCoscoroba coscorobaCygnus melancoryphusDendrocygna arboreaDendrocygna autumnalis (Honduras)Dendrocygna bicolor (Honduras)Oxyura leucocephalaRhodonessa caryophyllaceaSarkidiornis melanotosAPODIFORMESTrochilidae HummingbirdsTrochilidae spp. (Except the speciesincluded in Appendix I)Glaucis dohrniiAppendices I, II & III (04/04/2017) – p. 21

IAppendicesIIIIICHARADRIIFORMESBurhinidae Thick-kneesBurhinus bistriatus (Guatemala)Laridae GullsLarus relictusScolopacidae Curlews, greenshanksNumenius borealisNumenius tenuirostrisTringa guttiferCICONIIFORMESBalaenicipitidae Shoebills, whaleheaded storksBalaeniceps rexCiconiidae StorksCiconia boycianaCiconia nigraJabiru mycteriaMycteria cinereaPhoenicopteridae FlamingosPhoenicopteridae spp.Threskiornithidae Ibises, spoonbillsEudocimus ruberGeronticus calvusGeronticus eremitaNipponia nipponPlatalea leucorodiaCOLUMBIFORMESColumbidae Doves, pigeonsCaloenas nicobaricaDucula mindorensisGallicolumba luzonicaGoura spp.Nesoenas mayeri (Mauritius)Appendices I, II & III (04/04/2017) – p. 22

AppendicesIIICORACIIFORMESBucerotidae HornbillsAceros spp. (Except the speciesincluded in Appendix I)Aceros nipalensisAnorrhinus spp.Anthracoceros spp.Berenicornis spp.Buceros spp. (Except the speciesincluded in Appendix I)Buceros bicornisPenelopides spp.Rhinoplax vigilRhyticeros spp. (Except the speciesincluded in Appendix I)Rhyticeros subruficollisCUCULIFORMESMusophagidae TuracosTauraco spp.FALCONIFORMES Eagles, falcons,hawks, vulturesFALCONIFORMES spp. (ExceptCaracara lutosa and the species of thefamily Cathartidae, which are notincluded in the Appendices; and thespecies included in Appendices I and III)Accipitridae Hawks, eaglesAquila adalbertiAquila heliacaChondrohierax uncinatus wilsoniiHaliaeetus albicillaHarpia harpyjaPithecophaga jefferyiAppendices I, II & III (04/04/2017) – p. 23III

AppendicesIIIIIICathartidae New-world vulturesGymnogyps californianusSarcoramphus papa (Honduras)Vultur gryphusFalconidae FalconsFalco araeusFalco juggerFalco newtoni (Only the population ofSeychelles)Falco pelegrinoidesFalco peregrinusFalco punctatusFalco rusticolusGALLIFORMESCracidae Chachalacas, currassows,guansCrax alberti (Colombia)Crax blumenbachiiCrax daubentoni (Colombia)Crax globulosa (Colombia)Crax rubra (Colombia, Costa Rica,Guatemala, Honduras)Mitu mituOreophasis derbianusOrtalis vetula (Guatemala, Honduras)Pauxi pauxi (Colombia)Penelope albipennisPenelope purpurascens (Honduras)Penelopina nigra (Guatemala)Pipile jacutingaPipile pipileMegapodiidae Megapodes, scrubfowlMacrocephalon maleoAppendices I, II & III (04/04/2017) – p. 24

AppendicesIIIIIIPhasianidae Grouse, guineafowl,partridges, peafowl, pheasants,tragopansArgusianus argusCatreus wallichiiColinus virginianus ridgwayiCrossoptilon crossoptilonCrossoptilon mantchuricumGallus sonneratiiIthaginis cruentusLophophorus impejanusLophophorus lhuysiiLophophorus sclateriLophura edwardsiLophura leucomelanos (Pakistan)Lophura swinhoiiMeleagris ocellata (Guatemala)Pavo cristatus (Pakistan)Pavo muticusPolyplectron bicalcaratumPolyplectron germainiPolyplectron malacensePolyplectron napoleonisPolyplectron schleiermacheriPucrasia macrolopha (Pakistan)Rheinardia ocellataSyrmaticus elliotiSyrmaticus humiaeSyrmaticus mikadoTetraogallus caspiusTetraogallus tibetanusTragopan blythiiTragopan cabotiTragopan melanocephalusAppendices I, II & III (04/04/2017) – p. 25

AppendicesIIIIIITragopan satyra (Nepal)Tympanuchus cupido attwateriGRUIFORMESGruidae CranesGruidae spp. (Except the speciesincluded in Appendix I)Grus americanaGrus canadensis nesiotesGrus canadensis pullaGrus japonensisGrus leucogeranusGrus monachaGrus nigricollisGrus vipioOtididae BustardsOtididae spp. (Except the speciesincluded in Appendix I)Ardeotis nigricepsChlamydotis macqueeniiChlamydotis undulataHoubaropsis bengalensisRallidae RailsGallirallus sylvestrisRhynochetidae KaguRhynochetos jubatusPASSERIFORMESAtrichornithidae Scrub-birdsAtrichornis clamosusCotingidae CotingasCephalopterus ornatus (Colombia)Cephalopterus penduliger (Colombia)Cotinga maculataRupicola spp.Xipholena atropurpureaAppendices I, II & III (04/04/2017) – p. 26

AppendicesIIIIIIEmberizidae Cardinals, tanagersGubernatrix cristataParoaria capitataParoaria coronataTangara fastuosaEstrildidae Mannikins, wax

Oct 04, 2017 · valid from 4 October 2017 Interpretation 1. Species included in these Appendices are referred to: a) by the name of the species; or b) as being all of the species included in a higher taxon or designated part thereof. 2. The abbreviation “