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Simplified list of cites species effective date 12 june 2013

The following is a Simplified List of CITES Species for the purposes of the Environment Protection and
Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999
. Effective date 12 June 2013.
COMMON NAME INDEX in alphabetical order
Asian arowana . 11 Bivalves . 52–53 African Cherry . 63 Brazilian Rosewood . 59 Bristlebird . 18 Animal hybrid . 10 Big cats . See Felidae Antelope . 25–26 Birds of Paradise. 19 Birdwing Butterfly. 49 Cactus . 56–57 Australian Simplified List of CITES Species for the Purposes of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999
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Caiman . 41–42 Cycad . 57, 63, 65 Cymbidium . See Orchid Cock-of-the-Rock . 18 Coco de mer . 62 Dendrobium . 61, See Orchid Cats . See Felidae Colobus . 37, 38 Dog . 28, 29, 41 Dolphin . 33–34 Ceratozamia . 65 Cetacean . 33–34 Chachalaca . 16–17 Coq De Boise . 19 Chameleon . 42–43 Crocodile . 41–42 Encephalartos . 65 Cucumber, Sea . 52 Falcon . 15–16 Cuniculidae . 40 Australian Simplified List of CITES Species for the Purposes of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999
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Gorilla . 37, 39 Howler-monkey . 37 Fish (Bony) . 41 Fish (Cartilagenous) . 24 Hummingbird . 13 Flycatcher . 18, 19 Guaiac, Oil of . 65 Hybrid animal . 10 Hybrid plant . 53 Flytrap, Venus . 57 Guatemalan Beaded Lizard 43 Guatemalan Fir . 62 Frigatebird . 19 Gavial . 41–42 Hare-wallaby . 35 Jungle Fowl . 17 Gila Monster . 43 Hawksbill . 45–46 Hippopotamus. 27–28 Gonystylus . 64 Australian Simplified List of CITES Species for the Purposes of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999
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Komodo Dragon . 43 Mahogany . 60–61 Mammal . 25–26 Mussel . 52–53 Lammergeier . 15 Marmoset . 37, 38 Leopard . 29–30 Lignum Vitae . 65–66 Marsupial-mouse . 34 Marten (mam.) . 31 Martin (bird) . 18 Lizard . 42–44 Orchid . 61–62 Lorikeet . 21–22 Mollusc . 52–53 Mongoose . 29, 30 Monitor . 43–44 Monkey-puzzle . 55 Mouse (Marsupial) . 34 Australian Simplified List of CITES Species for the Purposes of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999
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Pachypodium . 55 Porpoise . 33–34 Rosewood, Honduras . 59 Rosewood, Nicaraguan . 59 Prairie Chicken . 17 Pangolin . 36–37 Primates . 37
Paphiopedilum . 61 Parrot . 20–22 Saussurea . See Costus Queen Conch . 53 Savannah Dog . 29 Sea Turtle . 45–46 Ramin . See Gonystylus Phalaenopsis . See Orchid Secretary Bird . 16 Rattlesnake . 45 Pilgerodendron . 57 Reptile. 41–45 Pitcher Plant . 61, 63 Rhinoceros . 35–36 Ring-necked parakeet . 20, 21 Plant Hybrid . 53 Po Chai . See Costus Australian Simplified List of CITES Species for the Purposes of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999
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Umbrellabird . 18 Vanda . 61–62, See Orchid Snow leopard . 30 Venus Flytrap . 57 Vulture . 15–16 Sparrowhawk . 15 Tetracentron . 65 Spider-monkey . 37 Tillandsia . 55–56 Squirrel . 40–41 Squirrel-monkey . 38 Tomistoma . 41, 42 Welwitschia . 65 Tortoise . 45, 48 Sternbergia . 54 Stone Culew . 13 Swallowtail . 49 Tree-kangaroo. 35 Turaco . 14–15 Australian Simplified List of CITES Species for the Purposes of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999
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Australian Simplified List of CITES Species for the Purposes of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999
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Australian Simplified 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 listing applies to all specimens within that taxon. For example,
the galah (Eolophus roseicapilla ) is not specifically listed under the birds listing, however the listing still applies to this specimen because the
galah still belongs to the order Psittaciformes.
The ‘Common Names include' column of the list is included for information only: 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 Measure 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 regard 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 earliest date on which the taxon or specimen(s) included in that taxon were listed.
(Bracketed Dates) noted against order or family levels represent the earliest listing of any taxon within that order or family. The date of first
listing is represented by the date against the order or family level 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. For example, the date noted against the Order
heading - Primates is 1 Jul 1975. This indicates that the earliest listing date for a specimen/s within the Primates order is 1 Jul 1975, although
one or more specimens within this Order may have been listed later. For specific listing dates of individuals within a taxon please see the
CITES web
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: Panthera Australian Simplified List of CITES Species for the Purposes of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999
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The list is structured as follows: Major group 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: Elasmobranchii (Sharks) Family within Order, in alphabetic order. Class: Mammalia (Mammals) Family within Order, in alphabetic order. Class: Sarcopterygii (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)
Family within Order, in alphabetic order. Class: Gastropoda (Snails) Family within Order, in alphabetic order. Families, in alphabetic order. Australian Simplified List of CITES Species for the Purposes of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999
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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)
Common name
Appendix
Notation
First listed
Class: Actinopterygii (Bony fishes)
Order: Acipenseriformes
(1 Jul 1975)
Acipenseriformes spp. sturgeons, paddlefish, The entire order is listed. Please see below for species
in Appendix I and/or with an
earlier date of first listing.

Exemption:
Up to 125 grams
of per person, from Appendix
II listed species only,
contained in accompanied
baggage and for personal use,
does not require any CITES
documentation. NB This
exemption only applies if the
caviar is labeled in
accordance with CITES
Resolution Conf. 12.7
Family: Acipenseridae Acipenser brevirostrum Short-nosed sturgeon Acipenser fulvescens Acipenser oxyrhynchus Atlantic sturgeon Acipenser sturio Common sturgeon, Baltic Huso huso NOTE: This is a ‘Declared
Specimen' under the EPBC Act. Commercial imports of 'ranched' or 'wild sourced' specimens (source codes R and W) are required to be sourced from a Commercial Import Program (CIP) approved by the Department. Family Polyodontidae Polyodon spathula Duckbill cat, Missisippi Order: Anguilliformes
(13 March
2009)

Family: Anguillidae Anguilla anguilla Order: Cypriniformes
(1 Jul 1975)
Family: Catostomidae Chasmistes cujus Family: Cyprinidae Caecobarbus geertsi African blind barb, Congo Probarbus jullieni Australian Simplified List of CITES Species for the Purposes of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999
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Common name
Appendix
Notation
First listed
Order: Osteoglossiformes
(1 Jul 1975)
Family: Osteoglossidae Arapaima gigas Arapaima, Pirarucu Scleropages formosus Asian bonytongue, Asian Order: Perciformes
(4 Feb 1977)
Family: Labridae Cheilinus undulatus Family: Sciaenidae Totoaba macdonaldi Macdonald weakfish, Order: Siluriformes
(1 Jul 1975)
Family: Pangasiidae Pangasianodon gigas (Thailand) Giant catfish Order: Syngnathiformes
(15 May 2004)
Family: Syngnathidae Hippocampus spp. The entire genus is listed.
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)
Common names include
Appendix
Notation
First listed
Order: Anura
(1 Jul 1975)
Family: Bufonidae Altiphrynoides spp. African viviparous toads The entire genus is listed. Atelopus zeteki (Panamanian), Golden arrow poison frog, Golden toad Bufo periglenes Monte Verde golden toad Bufo superciliaris Nectophrynoides spp. African viviparous toads The entire genus is listed. Nimbaphrynoides spp. African viviparous toads The entire genus is listed. Spinophrynoides spp. African viviparous toads The entire genus is listed. Calyptocephalella gayi Chilean helmeted bullfrog Listed by Chile. Family: Dendrobatidae Allobates femoralis Brilliant-thighed poison Allobates zaparo Sanguine poison frog Cryptophyllobates azureiventris Sky-blue poison frog Dendrobates spp. poison dart frogs, poison The entire genus is listed. Epipedobates spp. poison dart frogs, poison The entire genus is listed. 22 Oct 1987 arrow frogs Epipedobates machalilla Machalilla poison dart frog Minyobates spp. poison dart frogs, poison The entire genus is listed. Phyllobates spp. poison arrow frogs The entire genus is listed. Agalychnis spp. The entire genus is listed. Please see below for species with an earlier date of first listing. Family: Mantellidae Mantella spp. The entire genus is listed. Please see below for species with an earlier date of first listing. Mantella aurantiaca Malagasy golden mantella Family: Microhylidae Dyscophus antongilii Scaphiophryne gottlebei Australian Simplified List of CITES Species for the Purposes of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999
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Common name
Appendix
Notation
First listed
Euphlyctis hexadactylus Asian bullfrog, Six- Hoplobatrachus tigerinus Order: Caudata
(1 Jul 1975)
Family: Ambystomidae Ambystoma dumerilii salamander, Achoque Ambystoma mexicanum Salamander, Axolotl Family: Cryptobranchidae Andrias spp. giant salamanders The entire genus is listed. (Includes generic synonym Megalobatrachus) Cryptobranchus alleganiensis Listed by the United States of America. Listing includes both subspecies: Cryptobranchus alleganiensisalleganiensis and Cryptobranchus alleganiensis bishopi. Family: Hynobiidae Hynobius amjiensis Amji's salamander Listed by China. Family: Salamandridae Neurergus kaiseri Kaiser's spotted newt Class: Aves (Birds)
Order: Anseriformes
(1 Jul 1975)
Family: Anatidae Anas aucklandica Brown teal, Auckland Island flightless teal, Campbell Island flightless teal, Campbell Island brown teal, New Zealand brown teal Anas bernieri Anas chlorotis New Zealand brown duck Anas formosa Baikal teal, Spectacled teal, Anas laysanensis Laysan duck, Laysan teal Anas nesiotis Campbell Island flightless Asarcornis scutulata White-winged wood duck Branta canadensis leucopareia Aleutian goose, Canada Branta ruficollis Red-breasted goose Branta sandvicensis Hawaiian goose, Nene Cairina moschata Listed by Honduras. Coscoroba coscoroba Cygnus melanocoryphus Black-necked swan Dendrocygna arborea Cuban tree, Black-billed whistling duck, West Indian whistling-duck Dendrocygna autumnalis Listed by Honduras. whistling-duck, Red-billed whistling-duck Dendrocygna bicolor Fulvous whistling-duck Listed byHonduras. Australian Simplified List of CITES Species for the Purposes of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999
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Common name
Appendix
Notation
First listed
Oxyura leucocephala White-headed duck Rhodonessa caryophyllacea Pink-headed duck Species possibly extinct. Sarkidiornis melanotos Comb duck, Knob-billed Order: Apodiformes
(1 Jul 1975)
Family: Trochilidae Trochilidae spp. The entire family is listed. Genera in the family include: Abeillia, Please see below for species Adelomyia, Aglaeactis, Aglaiocercus, included in Appendix I. Agyrtria, Amazilia, Androdon, Anopetia, Anthocephala, Anthracothorax, Archilochus, Atthis, Augastes, Basilinna Boissonneaua, Calliphlox, Calothorax, 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 Hook-billed hermit Please refer to Trochilidae spp. for other species in this genus. Order: Charadriiformes
(1 Jul 1975)
Family: Burhinidae Burhinus bistriatus Double-striped thick-knee, Listed by Guatemala. Mexican stone curlew Larus relictus Relict gull, Khar gull Family: Scolopacidae Numenius borealis Numenius tenuirostris Slender curlew, Billed curlew, Long-billed curlew Tringa guttifer Nordmann's greenshank, Spotted greenshank Order: Ciconiiformes
(1 Jul 1975)
Family: Balaenicipitidae Balaeniceps rex Family: Ciconiidae Ciconia boyciana Japanese stork, White Ciconia nigra Jabiru mycteria Mycteria cinerea Milky wood stork Family: Phoenicopteridae Australian Simplified List of CITES Species for the Purposes of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999
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Common name
Appendix
Notation
First listed
Phoenicopteridae spp. The entire family is listed. Genera in the family include: Please see below for species Phoenicopterus with an earlier date of first listing. Phoenicopterus andinus Phoenicopterus chilensis Chilean flamingo Phoenicopterus jamesi Phoenicopterus ruber American flamingo Family: Threskiornithidae Eudocimus ruber Geronticus calvus Southern bald ibis Geronticus eremita Northern bald ibis, Hermit Nipponia nippon Japanese crested ibis Platalea leucorodia White spoonbill, Eurasian Order: Columbiformes
(1 Jul 1975)
Family: Columbidae Caloenas nicobarica Nicobar pigeon, Nicobar Ducula mindorensis Mindoro imperial pigeon, Mindoro zone-tailed pigeon Gallicolumba luzonica Bleeding heart dove, Bleeding heart pigeon Goura spp. The entire genus is listed. Nesoenas mayeri Listed by Mauritius. Order: Coraciiformes
(1 Jul 1975)
Family: Bucerotidae Aceros spp. The entire genus is listed. Please see below for species included in Appendix I and/or with an earlier date of first listing. Aceros narcondami Narcondam hornbill Aceros nipalensis Rufous-necked hornbill Anorrhinus spp. The entire genus is listed. Anthracoceros spp. Hornbills, pied hornbills The entire genus is listed. Berenicornis spp. Asian white-crested The entire genus is listed. Buceros spp. The entire genus is listed. 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 Buceros hydrocorax Buceros rhinoceros Rhinoceros hornbill Penelopides spp. The entire genus is listed. Rhinoplax vigil Helmeted hornbill Rhyticeros spp. The entire genus is listed. Please see below for species included in Appendix I and/or with an earlier date of first listing. Rhyticeros subruficollis Plain-pouched hornbill, Blyth's hornbill Order: Cuculiformes
(1 Jul 1975)
Family: Musophagidae Musophaga porphyreolopha Purple-crested turaco, Violet-crested turaco Australian Simplified List of CITES Species for the Purposes of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999
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Common name
Appendix
Notation
First listed
Tauraco spp. Turacos, louries The entire genus is listed. Please see below for species with an earlier date of first listing. Tauraco corythaix Tauraco macrorhynchus Yellow-billed turaco Order: Falconiformes
(1 Jul 1975)
Falconiformes spp. Eagles, hawks, falcons The entire order is listed Families and Genera in the order include: vultures and relatives except for the family Accipitridae: Refer to Accipitridae spp. for Cathartidae, for which only a list of genera in this family. some species have been listed. Cathartidae: See below for species subject Please see below for families, to the Convention, genera, species and Falconidae: Daptrius, Falco, subspecies included in Herpetotheres, Micrastur, Microhierax, Appendix I or Appendix III Milvago, Phalcoboenus, Polihierax, and/or with an earlier date of Polyborus, Spiziapteryx. Pandionidae: Pandion
NOTE: Falconiformes
Sagittariidae: Sagittarius mentioned in Appendix II of CITES are listed in Regulation 9A.04 of the EPBCAct 1999. Species listed in this Regulation always require an import permit issued by the Department. Family: Accipitridae Accipitridae spp. hawks, eagles and their Populations of Costa Rica Genera in family include: Accipiter, within this family became Aegypius, Aquila, Asturina, Aviceda, subject to the Convention on Busarellus, Butastur, Buteo, Chelictinia, this date>>> Chondrohierax, Circaetus, Circus, The entire family 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 Accipiter gundlachi Accipiter nisus European sparrowhawk Aegypius monachus European black vulture, Cinerous vulture Aquila spp. The entire genus is listed. Please see below for species in Appendix I and/or with an earlier date of first listing. Aquila adalberti Spanish imperial eagle Aquila chrysaetos Aquila heliaca Chondrohierax uncinatus wilsonii Cuban hook-billed kite Circaetus spp. The entire genus is listed. Circus spp. The entire genus is listed. Gypaetus barbatus Gypaetus barbatus meridionalis Australian Simplified List of CITES Species for the Purposes of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999
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Common name
Appendix
Notation
First listed
Gyps fulvus Haliaeetus spp. Sea-eagles, fish-eagles The entire genus is listed. Please see below for species in Appendix I and/or with an earlier date of first listing. Haliaeetus albicilla White-tailed (Sea) eagle, Haliaeetus albicilla groenlandicus Greenland white-tailed sea- Haliaeetus leucocephalus Harpia harpyja Harpyopsis novaeguineae New Guinea harpy eagle Hieraaetus fasciatus Hieraaetus pennatus Milvus milvus Pithecophaga jefferyi Philippine eagle, Monkey- Family: Cathartidae Gymnogyps californianus Californian condor Sarcoramphus papa Listed by Honduras. Vultur gryphus Please refer to Falconiformes spp. for other species in this genus. Family: Falconidae Falconidae spp. (excluding falcons, caracaras The entire family is listed Caracara lutosa) except for Caracara lutosa. Genera in family include: Daptrius, Falco, Please see below for species Herpetotheres, Micrastur, Microhierax, included in Appendix I. Milvago, Phalcoboenus, Polihierax, Polyborus, Spiziapteryx. Falco araeus Seychelles kestrel Falco jugger Falco newtoni Populations of the Seychelles Falco pelegrinoides Falco peregrinus Peregrine falcon Falco punctatus Mauritius kestrel Falco rusticolus Family: Pandionidae Pandion haliaetus Osprey, gavilan pescador Family: Sagittariidae Sagittarius serpentarius Order: Galliformes
(1 Jul 1975)
Family: Cracidae Crax alberti Blue-knobbed curassow Listed by Columbia. Crax blumenbachii Red-billed curassow Crax daubentoni Yellow-knobbed curassow Listed by Columbia. Crax globulosa Wattled curassow Listed by Columbia. Crax rubra Listed by Colombia, Guatemala, Costa Rica and Honduras. Mitu mitu Mitu, Razor-billed Oreophasis derbianus Ortalis vetula Plain chachalaca Listed by Guatemala and Pauxi pauxi Northern helmeted Listed by Columbia. Penelope albipennis White-winged guan Penelope purpurascens Northern crested guan Listed by Honduras. Australian Simplified List of CITES Species for the Purposes of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999
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Common name
Appendix
Notation
First listed
Penelopina nigra Black chachalaca, Listed by Guatemala. Pipile jacutinga Black-faced piping, Black-fronted piping guan, Black-fronted curassow, Jacutinga Pipile pipile Trinidad white-headed Curassow, Trinidad white-headed piping guan Family: Megapodiidae Macrocephalon maleo Family: Phasianidae Argusianus argus Great argus pheasant Catreus wallichii Colinus virginianus ridgwayi Crossoptilon crossoptilon White-eared or Tibetan- Crossoptilon mantchuricum Brown-eared pheasant Gallus sonneratii Sonnerat's jungle fowl, gray jungle fowl Ithaginis cruentus Lophophorus impejanus Himalayan monal, monal Lophophorus lhuysii Chinese monal pheasant Lophophorus sclateri Sclater's monal pheasant Lophura edwardsi Edward's pheasant Lophura swinhoii Swinhoe's pheasant Meleagris ocellata Ocellated turkey Listed by Guatemala. Pavo muticus Polyplectron bicalcaratum Gray peacock pheasant, Polyplectron germaini peacock-pheasant Polyplectron malacense Peacock-pheasant Polyplectron napoleonis Napoleon's peacock- Polyplectron schleiermacheri Bornean peacock-pheasant Rheinardia ocellata Rheinard's crested argus, crested argus pheasant Syrmaticus ellioti Elliot's pheasant Syrmaticus humiae Bar-tailed Pheasant, Mrs Syrmaticus mikado Tetraogallus caspius Caspian snowcock Tetraogallus tibetanus Tibetan snowcock Tragopan blythii Blyth's tragopan Tragopan caboti Cabot's tragopan Tragopan melanocephalus Western tragopan Tragopan satyra Listed by Nepal. Tympanuchus cupido attwateri Attwater's greater prairie Order: Gruiformes
(1 Jul 1975)
The entire family is listed. Genera in family include: Balearica, Grus. Please see below for species included in Appendix I and/or with an earlier date of first listing. Grus americana Grus canadensis nesiotes Cuba sandhill crane Grus canadensis pulla Mississippi sandhill crane Grus grus Grus japonensis Manchurian crane, Red-crowned crane Australian Simplified List of CITES Species for the Purposes of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999
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Common name
Appendix
Notation
First listed
Grus leucogeranus Siberian white crane Grus monacha Grus nigricollis Black-necked crane Grus vipio White-naped crane Grus virgo Demoiselle crane Family: Otididae The entire family is listed. Genera in family include: Ardeotis, Please see below for species Chlamydotis, Eupodotis, Neotis, Otis, included in Appendix I and/or with an earlier date of first listing. Ardeotis nigriceps Great indian bustard Chlamydotis macqueenii Macqueen's bustard Chlamydotis undulata Houbaropsis bengalensis Bengal florican, bengal bustard, great bustard Tetrax tetrax Family: Rallidae Gallirallus sylvestris Lord howe island wood rail Family: Rhynochetidae Rhynochetos jubatus Order: Passeriformes
(1 Jul 1975)
Family: Atrichornithidae Atrichornis clamosus Noisy scrub-bird, Western Family: Cotingidae Cephalopterus ornatus Amazonian umbrellabird Listed by Columbia. Cephalopterus penduliger Long-wattled umbrellabird Listed by Columbia. Cotinga maculata Spotted cotinga, banded Rupicola spp. Cocks-of-the-rock The entire genus is listed. Xipholena atropurpurea White-winged cotinga Family: Emberizidae Gubernatrix cristata Paroaria capitata Yellow-billed cardinal Paroaria coronata Red-crested cardinal Tangara fastuosa Seven-colored tanager Family: Estrildidae Amandava formosa Lonchura oryzivora Poephila cincta cincta Black-throated finch, Family: Fringillidae Carduelis cucullata Carduelis yarrellii Yellow-faced siskin Family: Hirundinidae Pseudochelidon sirintarae White-eyed river martin Family: Icteridae Xanthopsar flavus Saffron-cowled blackbird Family: Meliphagidae Lichenostomus melanops cassidix Helmeted honeyeater Family: Muscicapidae Acrocephalus rodericanus Rodriquez island warbler Listed by Mauritius. Cyornis ruckii Rueck's blue flycatcher, Dasyornis broadbenti litoralis Western rufous bristlebird Species possibly extinct. Dasyornis longirostris Western bristlebird Garrulax canorus Leiothrix argentauris Silver-eared mesia Leiothrix lutea Liocichla omeiensis Omei shan liocichla Australian Simplified List of CITES Species for the Purposes of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999
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First listed
Picathartes gymnocephalus Bare-headed, White- necked rockfowl, White-necked bald crow Picathartes oreas Gray-necked, Red-headed rockfowl, Grey-necked bald crow Terpsiphone bourbonnensis Coq de boise, mascarene Listed by Mauritius. paradise flycatcher Family: Paradisaeidae Paradisaeidae spp. Birds of paradise The entire family is listed. Genera in family include: Astrapia, Cicinnurus, Cnemophilus, Epimachus, Loboparadisea, Lophorina, Lycocorax, Macgregoria, Manucodia, Melampitta, Paradigalla, Paradisaea, Parotia, Pteridophora, Ptiloris, Seleucidis, Semioptera. Family: Pittidae Pitta guajana Blue-tailed, Banded pitta Pitta gurneyi Pitta kochi Pitta nympha Japanese fairy pitta, Blue- Family: Pycnonotidae Pycnonotus zeylanicus Straw-headed bulbul Family: Sturnidae Gracula religiosa Leucopsar rothschildi Rothschild's starling, myna I Family: Zosteropidae Zosterops albogularis Silvereye, White-chested white-eye, Norfolk Island white-eye Order: Pelecaniformes
(1 Jul 1975)
Family: Fregatidae Fregata andrewsi Andrew's frigatebird, christmas island frigatebird Family: Pelecanidae Pelecanus crispus Dalmatian pelican Papasula abbotti Order: Piciformes (1 Jul 1975)
Family: Capitonidae Semnornis ramphastinus Listed by Columbia. Dryocopus javensis richardsi Tristam's white-bellied Family: Ramphastidae Baillonius bailloni Saffron toucanet Listed by Argentina. Pteroglossus aracari Black-necked aracari Pteroglossus castanotis Chestnut-eared aracari Listed by Argentina. Pteroglossus viridis Ramphastos dicolorus Red-breasted toucan Listed by Argentina. Ramphastos sulpfuratus Keel-billed toucan Ramphastos toco Ramphastos tucanus Red-billed toucan Ramphastos vitellinus Channel-billed toucan Selenidera maculirostris Spot-billed toucanet Listed by Argentina. Order: Podicipediformes
(1 Jul 1975)
Family: Podicipedidae Podilymbus gigas Atitlan (pied-billed) grebe, Giant pied-billed grebe Order: Procellariiformes
(1 Jul 1975)
Family: Diomedeidae Australian Simplified List of CITES Species for the Purposes of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999
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Phoebastria albatrus Short-tailed albatross, Stellar's albatross Order: Psittaciformes
(1 Jul 1975)
Psittaciformes spp. Parrots and their allies The entire order is listed, Families and Genera in this order include: except for Melopsittacus Psittacidae: Refer to Psittacidae spp. for undulatus (Budgerigar) list of genera in this family. Nymphicus hollandicus (Cockatiel), Psittacula krameri (ring-necked parakeet) and Agapornis roseicollis (Peach-faced Lovebird). Please see below for families, species and subspecies included in Appendix I and/or with an earlier date of first listing. Family: Cacatuidae Cacatua goffini Goffin's cockatoo Cacatua haematuropygia Philippine cockatoo, Red-vented cockatoo Cacatua moluccensis Moluccan cockatoo, salmon crested cockatoo Cacatua sulphurea Lesser sulphur-crested cockatoo, Yellow-crested cockatoo Cacatua tenuirostris Long-billed corella, Slender-billed cockatoo Calyptorhynchus lathami Glossy black cockatoo Probosciger aterrimus Great black cockatoo, palm Family: Loriidae Eos histrio Red lory, blue lory Vini ultramarina Ultramarine lorikeet Family: Psittacidae Australian Simplified List of CITES Species for the Purposes of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999
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First listed
Psittacidae spp. Populations of Ghana within 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, Callocephalon, Chalcopsitta, spp. for other populations. Charmosyna, Coracopsis, Cyanoliseus, The entire family is listed, Cyanopsitta, Cyanoramphus, Cyclopsitta, except for Melopsittacus Deroptyus, Diopsittaca, Ecelectus, undulatus (Budgerigar) Enicognathus, Eolophus, Eos, Nymphicus hollandicus Eunymphicus, Forpus, Geoffroyus, (Cockatiel), Psittacula Geopsittacus, Glossopsitta, krameri (ring-necked Graydidascalus, Guarouba, parakeet) and Agapornis Hapalopsittaca, Lathamus, Leptosittaca, roseicollis (Peach-faced Loriculus, Micropsitta, Myiopsitta, Nandayus, Nannopsittaca, Neophema, Please see below for genera, Neopsephotus, Nestor, Northiella, species and subspecies Ognorhynchus, Oreopsittacus, included in Appendix I and/or Orthopsittaca, Pezoporus, Phigys, with an earlier date of first Pionites, Pionopsitta, Pionus, Platycercus, Poicephalus, Polytelis, Prioniturus, Propyrrhura, Prosopeia, Psephotus, Pseudeos, Psilopsiagon, Psittacella, Psittacula, Psittaculirostris, Psittacus, Psitteuteles, Psittinus, Psittrichas, Purpureicephalus, Pyrrhura, Rhynchopsitta, Strigops, Tanygnathus, Touit, Trichoglossus, Triclaria Amazona arausiaca Red-necked Amazon parrot Amazona auropalliata Yellow-naped parrot Amazona barbadensis Yellow-shouldered Amazona brasiliensis Red-tailed Amazon parrot Amazona finschi Lilac-crowned Amazon, Lilac-crowned parrot Amazona guildingii St. Vincent amazon parrot Amazona imperialis Imperial amazon parrot, Amazona leucocephala Cuban parrot, bahaman Amazona oratrix Yellow-crowned parrot Amazona pretrei Red-spectacted Amazon Amazona rhodocorytha Red-browed Amazon Amazona tucumana Tucuman amazon parrot Amazona versicolor St. Lucia amazon parrot Amazona vinacea Vinaceous amazon parrot Amazona viridigenalis Red-Crowned parrot, Green-cheeked parrot Amazona vittata Puerto Rican parrot, Red- fronted Amazon parrot Anodorhynchus spp. The entire genus is listed. Please see below for species and subspecies with an earlier date of first listing. Anodorhynchus glaucus Anodorhynchus leari Lear's macaw, indigo Ara ambiguus Buffon's macaw, great Ara glaucogularis (often traded under the incorrect designation Ara caninde) Ara macao Ara militaris Australian Simplified List of CITES Species for the Purposes of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999
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Notation
First listed
Ara rubrogenys Red-fronted macaw Coracopsis nigra barklyi Seychelles vasa parrot Cyanoliseus patagonus byroni Burrowing parakeet Cyanopsitta spixii Cyanoramphus cookii Norfolk Island parakeet Cyanoramphus forbesi Forbes' parakeet, Yellow-fronted parakeet, Forbe's kakariki Cyanoramphus saisseti Red-crowned parakeet Cyanoramphus malherbi Orange-fronted parakeet Cyanoramphus novaezelandiae New Zealand parakeet, Red-fronted parakeet Cyanoramphus unicolor Antipodes green parakeet Cyclopsitta diophthalma coxeni Coxen's fig parrot Eunymphicus cornutus Guarouba guarouba Neophema chrysogaster Orange-bellied parakeet Neophema splendida Scarlet-chested parakeet Northiella haematogaster narethae Blue-bonnet parrot Ognorhynchus icterotis Yellow-eared conure Pezoporus occidentalis Night parrot, Australian Pezoporus wallicus Pionopsitta pileata Red-capped parrot, Poicephalus robustus Polytelis alexandrae Primolius couloni Blue-headed macaw Primolius maracana Blue-winged macaw Prosopeia personata Masked shining parrot, Yellow-breasted musk parrot Psephotus chrysopterygius Golden-shouldered Psephotus dissimilis (formerly included in species Psephotus chrysopterygius) Psephotus pulcherrimus Paradise parakeet Psittacula echo Rose-ringed parakeet, Mauritius Ring-necked parakeet Psittacus erithacus princeps Pyrrhura cruentata Blue-throated parakeet, Ochre-marked parakeet Rhynchopsitta spp. Thick-billed parrot, The entire genus is listed. Maroon-fronted parrot Please see below for species with an earlier date of first listing. Rhynchopsitta pachyrhyncha Thick-billed parrot Rhynchopsitta terrisi Maroon-fronted parrot Strigops habroptilus Kakapo, owl parrot Tanygnathus lucionensis Blue-naped parrot Order: Rheiformes
(1 Jul 1975)
Pterocnemia pennata Except subspecies in Pterocnemia pennata garleppi Pterocnemia pennata pennata Rhea americana Greater rhea, common rhea Rhea americana albescens Australian Simplified List of CITES Species for the Purposes of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999
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Order: Sphenisciformes
(1 Jul 1975)
Family: Spheniscidae Spheniscus demersus Jackass, Blackfooted cape Spheniscus humboldti Humboldt penguin, Peruvian penguin Order: Strigiformes
(1 Jul 1975)
Strigiformes spp. The entire order is listed. Families and Genera in order include: Please see below for families, Strigidae: Aegolius, Asio, Athene, Bubo, genera, species and Glaucidium, Jubula, Ketupa, Lophostrix, subspecies included in Micrathene, Mimizuku, Nesasio, Ninox, Appendix I and/or with an Nyctea, Otus, Pseudoscops, Pulsatrix, earlier date of first listing. Sceloglaux, Scotopelia, Speotyto, Strix, Surnia, Uroglaux, Xenoglaux. NOTE: Strigiformes
mentioned in Appendix II of
Tytonidae: Phodilus, Tyto. CITES are listed in Regulation 9A.04 of the EPBCAct 1999. Species listed in this Regulation always require an import permit issued by the Department. Family: Strigidae Strigidae spp. (exluding All species in the family Sceloglaux albifacies) except those in App. I and Genera in family include: Aegolius, Asio, Sceloglaux albifacies Athene, Bubo, Glaucidium, Jubula, Ketupa, Lophostrix, Micrathene, Mimizuku, Nesasio, Ninox, Nyctea, Otus, Pseudoscops, Pulsatrix, Sceloglaux, Scotopelia, Speotyto, Strix, Surnia, Uroglaux, Xenoglaux. Bubo bubo Eurasian eagle owl Heteroglaux blewitti Forest little owl, forest Mimizuku gurneyi Ninox natalis Christmas Island (hawk) owl, Moluccan hawk-owl Ninox novaeseelandiae undulata Norfolk Island boobook Nyctea scandiaca Otus nudipes newtoni Virgin Island screech owl Strix butleri Desert owl, Hume's wood Strix nebulosa Family: Tytonidae Tytonidae spp. Barn owls, grass owls Populations of Ghana within Genera in family include: Phodilus, Tyto. this family became subject to the Convention on this date>>> The entire order is listed. Please see below for species included in Appendix I. Australian Simplified List of CITES Species for the Purposes of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999
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Notation
First listed
Tyto soumagnei Madagascar red owl, Please refer to Tytonidae spp. Madagascar grass owl for other species in this genus. Order: Struthioniformes
(29 Jul 1983)
Family: Struthionidae Struthio camelus Only populations of Algeria, 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
(1 Jul 1975)
Family: Tinamidae Tinamus solitarius Solitary tinamou Order: Trogoniformes
(1 Jul 1975)
Family: Trogonidae Pharomachrus mocinno Resplendent quetzal Class: Elasmobranchii (Sharks)
Common name
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Notation
First listed
Order: Carcharhiniformes
(25 Sep 2012)
Family: Sphyrnidae Sphyrna lewini Scalloped Hammerhead Listed by Costa Rica. Order: Lamniformes
(13 Sep 2000)
Family: Cetorhinidae Cetorhinus maximus Please see below for populations with an earlier date of first listing. Cetorhinus maximus Populations of the United 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 Please see below for populations with an earlier date of first listing. Carcharodon carcharias Great white shark Populations of Australia became subject to the Convention on this date>>> Please refer to above listing for all other populations. Lamna nasus Listed by Belgium, Cyprus, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden and United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. Order: Orectolobiformes
(13 Feb 2003)
Family: Rhincodontidae Rhincodon typus Order: Pristiformes
(13 Sep 2007)
Family: Pristidae Genera in this family include: Anoxypristis, Pristis Australian Simplified List of CITES Species for the Purposes of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999
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Class: Mammalia (Mammals)
Order: Artiodactyla
(1 Jul 1975)
Family: Antilocapridae Antilocapra americana Mexican pronghorn Only populations of Mexico are subject to the Convention. Addax nasomaculatus Ammotragus lervia Barbary sheep, Aoudad NOTE: This species is listed
in Regulation 9A.04 of the EPBCAct 1999. Species listed in this Regulation always require an import permit issued by the Department. Antilope cervicapra Blackbuck antelope, Sasin Listed by Nepal. Bison bison athabascae NOTE: This species is listed
in Regulation 9A.04 of the EPBCAct 1999. Species listed in this Regulation always require an import permit issued by the Department. Bos gaurus (excludes the domesticated form Saladang, gaur, Indian wild of Bos gaurus referenced as Bos frontalis) Bos mutus (excludes the domesticated form of Bos gaurus referenced as Bos grunniens) Bos sauveli Bubalus arnee (excludes the domesticated Wild water buffalo, Wild Listed by Nepal. form, which is referenced as Bubalus bubalis) Bubalus depressicornis Bubalus mindorensis Tamaraw or Tamarou Bubalus quarlesi Budorcas taxicolor Capra falconeri Capricornis milneedwardsii Capricornis rubidus Capricornis sumatraensis Capricornis thar Cephalophus brookei Cephalophus dorsalis Cephalophus jentinki Jentink's duiker NOTE: This species is listed
in Regulation 9A.04 of the EPBCAct 1999. Species listed in this Regulation always require an import permit issued by the Department. Cephalophus ogilbyi Cephalophus silvicultor Yellow-backed duiker, Cephalophus zebra Zebra-banded duiker Damaliscus pygargus pygargus (Antelope) Bontebok Gazella cuvieri Cuvier's gazelle, Atlas gazelle, mountain gazelle, Gazella dorcas Listed by Tunisia and Algeria. 22 Apr 1976 – Tunisia 12 Feb 2008 - Algeria Gazella leptoceros Slender-horned gazelle, See below for populations with an earlier date of first (22 Apr 1976 – Hippotragus niger variani Giant sable antelope Australian Simplified List of CITES Species for the Purposes of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999
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Notation
First listed
Kobus leche NOTE: This species is listed
in Regulation 9A.04 of the EPBCAct 1999. Species listed in this Regulation always require an import permit issued by the Department. Naemorhedus baileyi Naemorhedus caudatus Naemorhedus goral Naemorhedus griseus Nanger dama Oryx dammah Scimitar-horned oryx, Oryx leucoryx Ovis ammon Please see below for subspecies in Appendix I. Ovis ammon hodgsonii Great Tibetan sheep, nyan, Ovis ammon nigrimontana Ovis canadensis Mexican bighorn sheep Only populations of Mexico are subject to the Convention.
NOTE: This species is listed
in Regulation 9A.04 of the
EPBCAct 1999. Species
listed in this Regulation
always require an import
permit issued by the
Department.
Ovis orientalis ophion Cyprian red sheep 1 Jul 1975 Ovis vignei Please see below for subspecies in Appendix I. Ovis vignei vignei Pantholops hodgsonii Chiru, Tibetan antelope Philantomba monticola Pseudoryx nghetinhensis Rupicapra pyrenaica ornata Saiga borealis Saiga tatarica Tetracerus quadricornis Four-horned antelope, Listed by Nepal. Family: Camelidae Lama glama guanicoe Vicugna vicugna Please see below for populations in Appendix II. Vicugna vicugna Argentina: populations of
the Province of Catamarca, for the exclusive purpose of allowing international trade in wool sheared from live animals, cloth derived manufactured products and other handicraft artifacts. All specimens not meeting any of the above conditions shall be deemed to be specimens of species included in Appendix I and the trade in them shall be regulated accordingly. Vicugna vicugna Bolivia: All populations of 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. Australian Simplified List of CITES Species for the Purposes of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999
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Notation
First listed
Vicugna vicugna Chile: populations of
the Primera Región. For the exclusive purpose of allowing international trade in wool sheared from live vicunas, and in cloth and items made thereof, including luxury handicrafts and knitted articles. The reverse side of cloth must bear the logo 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'. 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 Peru: all populations.
Export limited to the stock of 3249 kg. extant in November, 1994 and to wool sheared from live animals, and to cloth and items made thereof, including luxury handicrafts and knitted articles; the reverse side of cloth and cloth products must bear the logo adopted by countries signatory to the Convenio para la Conservación y Manejo de la Vicuña and the words, VICUÑA - PERU''; all specimens not meeting any of the above conditions shall be deemed to be specimens of species included in Appendix I and the trade in them shall be regulated accordingly. Vicugna vicugna Ecuador: all populations of
Ecuador: 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 ECUADOR'. Other products must bear a label including the logotype and the designation 'VICUÑA ECUADOR-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. Blastocerus dichotomus Cervus elaphus bactrianus Bactrian (red) deer, Bokharan deer, Bactrian wapiti Cervus elaphus barbarus Listed by Tunisia and Algeria. Tunisia 12 Feb 2008 - Algeria Cervus elaphus hanglu Kashmir deer, hangul Dama dama mesopotamica Persian fallow deer, Mesopotamian swamp deer Hippocamelus spp. The entire genus is listed. Mazama americana cerasina Red brocket deer, Middle Listed by Guatemala. American red brocket Muntiacus crinifrons Black muntjac, hairy Muntiacus vuquanghensis Odocoileus virginianus mayensis (Guantamalan) whitetail Listed by Guatemala. Ozotoceros bezoarticus Pudu mephistophiles Pudu puda Southern pudu, chilean Rucervus duvaucelii Barasingha, swamp deer Previously listed as Cervus duvaucelii Rucervus eldii Brow-antlered deer Previously listed as Cervis Family: Hippopotamidae Hexaprotodon liberiensis Pygmy hippopotamus Australian Simplified List of CITES Species for the Purposes of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999
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Notation
First listed
Hippopotamus amphibius NOTE: This species is listed
in Regulation 9A.04 of the EPBCAct 1999. Species listed in this Regulation always require an import permit issued by the Department. Family: Moschidae Moschus spp. Populations of Afghanistan, Bhutan, India, Myanmar, Nepal, and Pakistan are Appendix I. All other populations are listed in Appendix II. Moschus spp. Please see above listing for Appendix I populations. Babyrousa babyrussa Babirusa, deer hog Babyrousa bolabatuensis Bola Batu babirusa Babyrousa celebensis Northern Sulawesi Babyrousa togeanensis Malenge babirusa Sus salvanius Family: Tayassuidae Tayassuidae spp. The entire family is listed Genera in family include: Catagonus, except Pecari tajacu from Pecari, Tayassu. Mexico or the United States of America , which is not subject to the Convention. Please see below for species included in Appendix I Catagonus wagneri Chacoan peccary, giant Please refer to Tayassuidae spp. for other species in this genus. Pecari tajacu Collared peccary All populations except those from Mexico and the United States are subject to the Convention. Order: Carnivora
(1 Jul 1975)
Family: Ailuridae Ailurus fulgens Canis aureus Listed by India. Canis lupus Populations from India, Pakistan, Bhutan, and Nepal. Excludes the domesticated form and the dingo which are referenced as Canis lupus familiaris and Canis lupus dingo." Canis lupus All subspecies and populations except those in App. I. Excludes the domesticated form and the dingo which are referenced as Canis lupus familiaris and Canis lupus dingo." Cerdocyon thous Crab-eating fox, Forest fox, Savannah fox Chrysocyon brachyurus Cuon alpinus Asiatic wild dog, indian Lycalopex culpaeus Previously listed as Pseudalopex culpaeus Lycalopex fulvipes Lycalopex griseus Argentine grey fox, little Previously listed as fox, chico grey fox Pseudalopex griseus Australian Simplified List of CITES Species for the Purposes of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999
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Notation
First listed
Lycalopex gymnocercus Pampas fox, azara's fox Previously listed as Lycalopex gymnocercus Speothos venaticus Bush dog, savannah dog Vulpes bengalensis Listed by India. Vulpes cana Blanford's fox, afghan fox Vulpes vulpes griffithi Griffith's red fox Listed by India. Vulpes vulpes montana Listed by India. Vulpes vulpes pusilla Listed by India. Vulpes zerda Family: Eupleridae Cryptoprocta ferox Eupleres goudotii Fanalouc, Malagasy Fossa fossana Malagasy civet, fanaloka Felidae spp. (specimens of the domesticated The entire family is listed in form are not subject to the provisions of the Appendix II, except the domestic cat Felis catus; which is not subject to the
Convention, and species and
subspecies included in
Appendix I (see below).
NOTE: Felidae mentioned in
Appendix II of CITES are
listed in Regulation 9A.04 of
the EPBCAct 1999. Species
listed in this Regulation
always require an import
permit issued by the
Department.
Acinonyx jubatus Note: Australia does not recognize annual export quotas for Appendix I species. Caracal caracal Populations of Asia are Appendix I. All other populations are Appendix II. Catopuma temminckii Asian golden cat, Temmick's golden cat Felis margarita Felis nigripes Black-footed cat Felis silvestris lybica North african wild cat Felis silvestris ocreata Ethiopian wild cat Leopardus geoffroyi Previously listed as Oncifelis geoffroyi Leopardus jacobitus Andean cat, mountain cat Previously listed as Oreailurus jacobita Leopardus pardalis Please see below for subspecies with earlier date of first listing. Leopardus pardalis mearnsi Leopardus pardalis mitis Brazilian ocelot Leopardus tigrinus Tiger, little spotted cat, ocelot cat, oricilla Leopardus wiedii Leptailurus serval Lynx lynx isabellinus Lynx pardinus Spanish lynx, Iberian lynx Lynx rufus escuinapae Neofelis nebulosa Oncifelis colocolo budini Australian Simplified List of CITES Species for the Purposes of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999
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Notation
First listed
Oncifelis colocolo crespoi Oncifelis colocolo pajeros Panthera leo Please see below for subspecies in Appendix I. Panthera leo persica Asiatic lion, Indian lion Panthera onca Panthera pardus Panthera tigris Pardofelis marmorata Prionailurus bengalensis bengalensis Please see below for populations in Appendix I. Prionailurus bengalensis bengalensis Populations of Bangladesh, India and Thailand are Appendix I. All other populations are Appendix II. Prionailurus planiceps Please refer to Felidae spp. for other species in this genus. Prionailurus rubiginosus Rusty-spotted cat Populations of India are Appendix I. All other populations are Appendix II. Puma concolor azteca Puma concolor coryi Florida panther, Florida puma, Florida cougar Puma concolor costaricensis Costa Rican puma, central Puma concolor couguar Eastern puma, adirondack Puma concolor mayensis Puma concolor missoulensis Puma yagouarondi Please see below for populations in Appendix I. Puma yagouaroundi Populations of Central and North America are Appendix I. All other populations are Appendix II. Uncia uncia Family: Herpestidae Herpestes edwardsi Indian gray mongoose Listed by India. Herpestes fuscus Indian brown mongoose Listed by India. Herpestes javanicus auropunctatus Small indian mongoose Listed by India. Herpestes smithii Listed by India. Herpestes urva Crab-eating mongoose Listed by India. Herpestes vitticollis Stripe-necked mongoose Listed by India. 16 Mar 1989 Family: Hyaenidae Proteles cristata Listed by Botswana. Subfamily: Mephitidae Conepatus humboldtii Humboldt's hognose skunk, Patagonian skunk Family: Mustelidae Subfamily: Lutrinae The entire subfamily is listed. Genera in subfamily include: Amblonyx, Please see below for species Aonyx, Enhydra, Lontra, Lutra, Pteronura. included in Appendix I and/or
with earlier first listing date.
NOTE: Lutrinae mentioned
in Appendix II of CITES are
listed in Regulation 9A.04 of
the EPBCAct 1999. Species
listed in this Regulation
always require an import
permit issued by the
Department.
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Appendix
Notation
First listed
Aonyx capensis Cape clawless otter Please refer to Lutrinae spp. for other species in this genus. Aonyx capensis microdon Cameroon clawless otter, Populations of Cameroon and small-toothed clawless Nigeria are Appendix I; all otter, swamp otter other populations are Appendix II. Enhydra lutris nereis Southern sea otter, californian sea otter Lontra feline Marine otter, chungungo Lontra longicaudis Long-tailed otter, Neotropical otter Lontra provocax Southern otter, south american river otter Lutra lutra Eurasian otter, european Lutra nippon Pteronura brasiliensis Giant otter, brasilian otter Subfamily: Mephitinae Conepatus humboldtii Humboldt's hognose skunk, Patagonian skunk Subfamily: Mustelinae Eira barbara Listed by Honduras. Galictis vittata Grison, greater grison Listed by Costa Rica. Martes flavigula Yellow-throated marten, Listed by India. Martes foina intermedia Beech marten, central asian Listed by India. Martes gwatkinsii Yellow-throated marten, Listed by India. Mellivora capensis Honey badger, ratel Listed by Botswana. Mustela altaica Listed by India. Mustela erminea ferghanae Listed by India. Mustela kathiah Yellow-bellied weasel Listed by India. Mustela nigripes Black-footed ferret Mustela sibirica Listed by India. Family: Odobenidae Odobenus rosmarus Listed by Canada. Family: Otariidae Arctocephalus spp. southern fur seals The entire genus is listed. Please see below for species
in Appendix I and/or with an
earlier date of first listing.
NOTE: Arctocephalus
mentioned in Appendix II of
CITES are listed in
Regulation 9A.04 of the
EPBCAct 1999. Species
listed in this Regulation
always require an import
permit issued by the
Department.
Arctocephalus australis Southern fur seal Arctocephalus galapagoensis Galapagos fur seal Arctocephalus philippii Juan Fernandez fur seal Arctocephalus townsendi Guadalupe fur seal Family: Phocidae Mirounga leonina Southern elephant seal Monachus spp. The entire genus is listed. Family: Procyonidae Bassaricyon gabbii Bushy-tailed olingo Listed by Costa Rica. Bassariscus sumichrasti Central American Listed by Costa Rica. Australian Simplified List of CITES Species for the Purposes of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999
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Appendix
Notation
First listed
Nasua narica Common coati, coatimundi Listed by Honduras. Nasua nasua solitaria South Brazilian coati, Listed by Uruguay. Potos flavus Listed by Honduras. The entire family is listed. Genera in family include: Ailuropoda, Please see below for species Ailurus, Helarctos, Melursus, Tremarctos, and populations included in Appendix I and/or with an
earlier date of first listing.
NOTE: Ursidae mentioned in
Appendix II of CITES are
listed in Regulation 9A.04 of
the EPBCAct 1999. Species
listed in this Regulation
always require an import
permit issued by the
Department.
Ailuropoda melanoleuca Helarctos malayanus Sun bear, Malayan sun Melursus ursinus Tremarctos ornatus Spectacled bear, Andean Ursus americanus American black bear Ursus americanus emmonsii Emmons' black bear Ursus arctos European brown bear, Populations of Bhutan, China, Asiatic brown bear, Mexico and Mongolia are on Mexican brown bear Appendix I, all other populations are Appendix II. Ursus arctos Brown bear, grizzly bear Populations of North America and Italy became subject to the Convention on this date Ursus arctos European brown bear Populations of Europe (not including Italy or the former Union of Soviet Socialist Republics) became subject to the Convention on this date. Ursus arctos isabellinus Red bear, Himalayan Ursus maritimus Ursus thibetanus Asiatic black bear Ursus thibetanus gedrosianus Baluchistan black bear Family: Viverridae Arctictis binturong Listed by India. Civettictis civetta Listed by Botswana. Cynogale bennettii Hemigalus derbyanus Banded palm civet, Hardwick's civet banded musang Paguma larvata Masked palm civet Listed by India. Paradoxurus hermaphroditus Common palm civet Listed by India. Paradoxurus jerdoni Jerdon's palm civet Listed by India. Prionodon linsang Prionodon pardicolor Viverra civettina Malabar large-spotted Listed by India. Viverra zibetha Large Indian civet Listed by India. Viverricula indica Lesser oriental civet, small Listed by India. Australian Simplified List of CITES Species for the Purposes of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999
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Notation
First listed
Order: Cetacea
(1 Jul 1975)
Whales, porpoises, and Australian Status:
The entire order is listed as Appendix I, in accordance with the Australian Government declaration of Stricter Domestic Measure dated 25 January 2007, 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 International Status:
The entire order is listed on
Appendix II.
Family: Balaenidae Balaena mysticetus Eubalaena spp. The entire genus is listed. Family: Balaenopteridae Balaenoptera acutorostrata Northern minke whale International Status:
Populations of West Greenland are Appendix II. All other populations are Australian status: all populations are Appendix I. Balaenoptera bonaerensis Southern minke whale Balaenoptera borealis Balaenoptera edeni Balaenoptera musculus Balaenoptera physalus Megaptera novaeangliae Family: Delphinidae Orcaella brevirostris Irrawaddy dolphin Sotalia spp. Humpbacked dolphins The entire genus is listed. Sousa spp. Humpbacked dolphins The entire genus is listed. Family: Eschrichtiidae Eschrichtius robustus Lipotes vexillifer White flag dolphin, chinese Family: Monodontidae Monodon monoceros International Status:
Appendix II
Australian status: Appendix I Family: Neobalaenidae Caperea marginata Pygmy right whale Family: Phocoenidae Neophocaena phocaenoides Finless porpoise Phocoena sinus Gulf of California Porpoise, Cochita Family: Physeteridae Physeter catodon Family: Platanistidae Australian Simplified List of CITES Species for the Purposes of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999
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Common name
Appendix
Notation
First listed
Platanista spp. The entire genus is listed. Please see below for species with earlier first listing date. Platanista gangetica Platanista minor Pontoporia blainvillei La plata dolphin International Status:
Australian status: Appendix I Family: Ziphiidae Berardius spp. The entire genus is listed. Hyperoodon spp. bottle-nosed whales The entire genus is listed.
Order: Chiroptera
(14 Jul 1976)
Family: Phyllostomidae Platyrrhinus lineatus Listed by Uruguay. Family: Pteropodidae Acerodon spp. The entire genus is listed. Please see below for species included in Appendix I. Acerodon jubatus Golden-capped fruit bat, Please refer to Acerodon spp. Golden-crowned flying fox for other species in this genus. Acerodon lucifer Panay giant fruit bat Species possibly extinct. Please refer to Acerodon spp. for other species in this genus. Pteropus spp. (excluding Except species in App. I or Pteropus brunneus) with earlier listed date in App. II and Pteropus brunneus Pteropus insularis Carolines fruit bat, truk flying fox, chuuck flying fox Pteropus loochoensi s Japanese flying fox Pteropus mariannus Mariana flying fox, mariana fruit bat Pteropus molossinus Ponape flying fox, pohnpei Pteropus pelewensis Palau flying fox Pteropus pilosus Palau flying fox, belau fruit Pteropus samoensis Samoa flying fox Pteropus tonganus Insular flying fox, tonga Pteropus ualanus Kosrae flying fox Pteropus yapensis Order: Cingulata
(1 Jul 1975)
Family: Dasypodidae Cabassous centralis Northern naked-tailed F Listed by Costa Rica. 28 Oct 1976 , Five-toed armadillo Cabassous tatouay (Greater) Naked-tailed Listed by Uruguay. 14 Jul 1976 Chaetophractus nationi A zero annual export quota has been established. All specimens shall be deemed to be specimens of species included in Appendix I and the trade in them shall be regulated accordingly. Priodontes maximus Order: Dasyuromorphia
(1 Jul 1975)
Family: Dasyuridae Sminthopsis longicaudata Long-tailed marsupial- mouse, Long-tailed dunnart Sminthopsis psammophila Large desert marsupial- mouse, Sandhill dunnart. Order Diprotodontia
(1 Jul 1975)
Family: Macropodidae Dendrolagus inustus Grizzled grey tree Australian Simplified List of CITES Species for the Purposes of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999
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Notation
First listed
Dendrolagus ursinus Vogelkop tree-kangaroo, Black tree-kangaroo Lagorchestes hirsutus Rufous hare-wallaby, Western hare-wallaby, Wurrup Lagostrophus fasciatus Banded hare-wallaby, Onychogalea fraenata Bridled nailtailed wallaby Family: Phalangeridae Phalanger intercastellanus Eastern common cuscus Phalanger mimicus Phalanger orientalis Spilocuscus kraemeri admiralty cuscus Spilocuscus maculatus Spilocuscus papuensis Family: Potoroidae Bettongia spp. The entire genus is listed. Please see below for species with earlier first listing date. Bettongia lesueur Lesueur's Rat-kangaroo, Bettongia penicillata Brush-tailed Rat-kangaroo, Family: Vombatidae Lasiorhinus krefftii Northern Hairy-nosed Order: Lagomorpha
(1 Jul 1975)
Family: Leporidae Caprolagus hispidus Hispid hare, assam rabbit Romerolagus diazi Mexican volcano rabbit Order: Monotremata
(4 Feb 1977)
Family: Tachyglossidae Zaglossus spp New Guinea echidnas, The entire genus is listed. Long-nosed echidnas, Long Snouted echidnas, Anteaters, New Guinea Long-nosed spiny echidna, New Guinea egg-laying echidna Order: Peramelemorphia
(1 Jul 1975)
Family: Peramelidae Perameles bougainville Barred bandicoot, long- nosed bandicoot, Mari Family: Thylacomyidae Macrotis lagotis Bilby, rabbit bandicoot Order: Perissodactyla
(1 Jul 1975)
Equus africanus African wild ass The domesticated form of this species (Equus asinus) is not subject to the Convention. Equus grevyi Equus hemionus Except the subspecies listed Equus hemionus hemionus Mongolian wild ass Equus hemionus khur Indian wild ass, ghor-khar, Equus kiang Equus przewalskii Przewalski's horse, wild Equus zebra hartmannae Hartmann's mountain Equus zebra zebra Cape mountain zebra Family: Rhinocerotidae Australian Simplified List of CITES Species for the Purposes of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999
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Common name
Appendix
Notation
First listed
Rhinocerotidae spp. The entire family is listed. Genera in family include: Ceratotherium, Please see below for species Dicerorhinus, Diceros, Rhinoceros. and subspecies with an earlier date of first listing and subspecies included in Appendix II. Ceratotherium simum cottoni Northern white rhinoceros Ceratotherium simum simum Southern white rhinoceros Please see below listing for 1 Jul 1975 population in Appendix II. Refer to Rhinocerotidae spp. for other species in this genus. Ceratotherium simum simum Southern white rhinoceros Populations of South Africa 1 Jul 1975 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 Diceros bicornis Black rhinoceros Rhinoceros sondaicus Javan rhinoceros Rhinoceros unicornis Great Indian rhinoceros Family: Tapiridae The entire family is listed. Genera in family include: Tapirus Please see below for species included in Appendix II. Tapirus terrestris Brazilian tapir, South Order: Pholidota
(1 Jul 1975)
Manis spp. The entire genus is listed. 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 A zero annual export quota has been established for specimens removed from the wild and traded for primarily commercial purposes. Manis gigantea Manis javanica Malayan pangolin A zero annual export quota has been established for specimens removed from the wild and traded for primarily commercial purposes. Manis pentadactyla Chinese pangolin A zero annual export quota has been established for specimens removed from the wild and traded for primarily commercial purposes. Australian Simplified List of CITES Species for the Purposes of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999
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Appendix
Notation
First listed
Manis temminckii Manis tetradactyla Long-tailed pangolin Manis tricuspis White-bellied pangolin (1 Jul 1975)
Family: Bradypodidae Bradypus variegatus (Bolivian) three-toed sloth Family: Megalonychidae Choloepus hoffmanni Hoffmann's two-toed sloth Listed by Costa Rica. Family: Myrmecophagidae Myrmecophaga tridactyla Tamandua mexicana Southern tamandua, Listed by Guatemala. collared anteater Order: Primates
(1 Jul 1975)
monkeys, apes, prosimians The entire order is listed. 4 Feb 1977 Families and Genera in the order include: Families and genera in this Callitrichidae: Callimico, Callithrix, order are listed in column 1. Leontopithecus, Saguinus. Please see below for families, genera, species and Cebidae: Alouatta, Aotus, Ateles, subspecies included in Brachyteles, Cacajao, Callicebus, Cebus, Appendix I and/or with an Chiropotes, Lagothrix, Pithecia, Saimiri. earlier date of first listing. Cercopithecidae: Allenopithecus, Cercocebus, Cercopithecus, Chlorocebus, Colobus, Erythrocebus, Lophocebus, Macaca, Mandrillus, Miopithecus, Nasalis, Papio, Presbytis, Procolobus, Pygathrix, Semnopithecus, Theropithecus, Trachypithecus. 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: Atelidae Alouatta coibensis Mantled howler-monkey, Guatamalan howler-monkey Alouatta palliata Mantled howler monkey Alouatta pigra Black howler monkey Ateles geoffroyi frontatus Black-handed spider Monkey, Black-browed spider monkey Ateles geoffroyi panamensis Black-handed spider monkey, Panama spider money, Red (-bellied) spider monkey Brachyteles arachnoides Woolly spider monkey Brachyteles hypoxanthus Northern muriqui Oreonax flavicauda Yellow-tailed woolly Callimico goeldii Goeldi's marmoset, goeldi's tamarin, goeldi's monkey, callimico Australian Simplified List of CITES Species for the Purposes of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999
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Appendix
Notation
First listed
Callithrix aurita White-eared marmoset, Buffy tufted-ear marmoset Callithrix flaviceps Buff-headed marmoset Leontopithecus spp. golden lion tamarins The entire genus is listed. Saguinus bicolor Pied bare-face tamarin Saguinus geoffroyi Geoffroy's marmoset Saguinus leucopus White-footed tamarin, Bare-face silvery- brown tamarin Saguinus martinsi Martins' bare-faced Saguinus oedipus Cotton top tamarin Saimiri oerstedii Red-backed squirrel Monkey, Central American squirrel monkey Family: Cercopithecidae Cercocebus galeritus Tana river mangabey, agile Cercopithecus diana Cercopithecus mona Cercopithecus petaurista Lesser spot-nosed Guenon Cercopithecus roloway Ghanan populations were listed in 1976. Other populations were listed in 1977. Chlorocebus aethiops Colobus polykomos Erythrocebus patas Macaca silenus Lion-tailed macaque Macaca sylvanus Mandrillus leucophaeus Mandrillus sphinx Nasalis larvatus Proboscis monkey Piliocolobus gordonorum Previously listed as Procolobus pennantii gordunum. Piliocolobus kirkii Kirk's red colobus, Zanzibar red colobus Piliocolobus rufomitratus Tana River red colobus Presbytis potenziani Long-tailed langur, Mentawai Islands sureli, Mentawi leaf monkey Procolobus verus Pygathrix spp. Snub-nosed langurs The entire genus is listed. Please see below for species with an earlier date of first listing. Pygathrix nemaeus Pygathrix roxellana Sichuan snub-nosed Rhinopithecus spp. Snub-nosed monkies The entire genus is listed Semnopithecus ajax Kashmir grey langur Semnopithecus dussumieri Southern Plains grey Semnopithecus entellus Grey langur, common Semnopithecus hector Tarai grey langur Semnopithecus hypoleucos Black-footed grey langur Semnopithecus priam Tufted grey langur Semnopithecus schistaceus Nepal grey langur Australian Simplified List of CITES Species for the Purposes of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999
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Common name
Appendix
Notation
First listed
Simias concolor Snub-nosed langur Trachypithecus geei Trachypithecus johnii Trachypithecus pileatus Capped langur, bonneted Trachypithecus shortridgei Shortridge's langur Cacajao spp. Cebus capucinus White-throated Capuchin Chiropotes albinasus White-nosed Saki Lagothrix flavicauda Yellow-tailed Woolly Family: Cheirogaleidae Cheirogaleidae spp. Dwarf lemurs, mouse The entire family is listed. Genera in the family inlcude: Allocebus, Cheirogaleus, Microcebus, Phaner. Family: Daubentoniidae Daubentonia madagascariensis Family: Hominidae Gorilla beringei Mountain gorilla Gorilla gorilla Pan spp. The entire genus is listed. Please see below for species with earlier first listing date. Pan paniscus Pan troglodytes Pongo albelii Sumatran orangutan Pongo pygmaeus Family: Hylobatidae Hylobatidae spp. Gibbons, siamangs The entire family is listed. Genera in family inlcude: Hylobates Family: Indriidae Woolly lemurs and their The entire family is listed. Genera in family include: Avahi, Indri, Propithecus Family: Lemuridae The entire family is listed. Genera in family include: Eulemur, Hapalemur, Lemur, Varecia Family: Lepilemuridae Lepilemuridae spp. The entire family is listed. Formerly listed as Megaladapidae. Family: Lorisidae Loris tardigradus Nycticebus spp. The entire genus is listed. Please see below for species and subspecies with an earlier date of first listing. Nycticebus coucang Please refer to above listing for other species in this genus. Australian Simplified List of CITES Species for the Purposes of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999
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Common name
Appendix
Notation
First listed
Perodicticus potto Order: Proboscidea
(1 Jul 1975)
Family: Elephantidae Elephas maximus Loxodonta africana African elephant Australia status: All populations of this species 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 International Status: Populations of Botswana, Namibia, South Africa and Zimbabwe are Appendix II. All other populations are Appendix I. Order: Rodentia
(1 Jul 1975)
Family: Chinchillidae Chinchilla spp. (specimens of the The entire genus is listed. domesticated form are not subject to the provisions of the Convention) Family: Cuniculidae Cuniculus paca Greater paca, spotted cavy, Listed by Honduras. Family: Dasyproctidae Dasyprocta punctata Central American agouti, Listed by Honduras. Family: Erethizontidae Sphiggurus mexicanus Mexican tree porcupine, Listed by Honduras. Middle American prehensile-tailed porcupine, Coendou Sphiggurus spinosus Spiny tree porcupine, Listed by Uruguay. Prehensile-tailed porcupine Leporillus conditor Greater stick-nest rat, House-building rat, Australian stick-nest rat Pseudomys fiedli praeconis Shark Bay mouse, False Xeromys myoides Zyzomys pedunculatus Central rock-rat, Australian native mouse, Mcdonnell Range rock-rat Family: Sciuridae Australian Simplified List of CITES Species for the Purposes of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999
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Common name
Appendix
Notation
First listed
Cynomys mexicanus Mexican prairie dog, Mexican prairie marmot Marmota caudata Long-tailed marmot Listed by India. Marmota himalayana Himalayan marmot Listed by India. Ratufa spp. The entire genus is listed. Sciurus deppei Deppe's squirrel Listed by Costa Rica. Order: Scandentia
(4 Feb 1977)
The entire order is listed. Genera in the order include: Anathana, Dendrogale, Ptilocercus, Tupaia, Urogale. Order: Sirenia
(1 Jul 1975)
Family: Dugongidae Dugong dugon Family: Trichechidae Trichechus inunguis South American manatee, Amazonian manatee Trichechus manatus Caribbean manatee, North American manatee, West Indian manatee Trichechus senegalensis West African manatee Class: Sarcopterygii (Bony fishes)
Order: Ceratodontiformes
(1 Jul 1975)
Family: Ceratodontidae Neoceratodus forsteri Australian lungfish Order: Coelacanthiformes
(1 Jul 1975)
Family: Latimeriidae Latimeria spp. The entire genus is listed. Latimeria chalumnae Gombessa coelacanth Class: Reptilia (Reptiles)
Common name
Appendix
Notation
First listed
Order: Crocodylia
(1 Jul 1975)
Crocodylia spp. (includes Alligatoridae, crocodiles, alligators, The entire order is listed. This 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 Alligator sinensis Chinese alligator Caiman crocodilus apaporiensis Apaporis river caiman Caiman crocodilus crocodilus Spectacled caiman Caiman crocodilus fuscus 1 Jul 1975 Caiman latirostris Broad-nosed caiman, Populations of Argentina are Broad-snouted caiman Appendix II. All other populations are Appendix I. Caiman latirostris Broad-nosed caiman, Broad-snouted caiman Caiman yacare Melanosuchus niger Populations of Ecuador and Brazil are Appendix II. All other populations are Appendix I. Paleosuchus palpebrosus Australian Simplified List of CITES Species for the Purposes of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999
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Common name
Appendix
Notation
First listed
Paleosuchus trigonatus Smooth-fronted caiman Family: Crocodylidae Crocodylus acutus American crocodile Populations of Cuba are Appendix II. All other populations are Appendix I. Crocodylus cataphractus African slender-snouted Crocodile, African sharp-nosed crocodile Crocodylus intermedius Orinoco crocodile Crocodylus johnstoni (includes synonym Freshwater crocodile Crocodylus johnsoni) Crocodylus mindorensis Philippine crocodile Crocodylus moreletii Morelet's crocodile Except populations listed in Crocodylus moreletii Morelet's crocodile Only the populations of Belize and Mexico, with a zero quota for wild specimens traded for commercial purposes. All other populations are Appendix I. Crocodylus niloticus Populations of Botswana, Ethiopia, Kenya, Madagascar, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa, the United Republic of Tanzania (subject to export quotas), Uganda, Zambia and Zimbabwe are Appendix II. The population of Egypt, with a zero quota for wild specimens traded for commercial purposes, is Appendix II. All other populations are Appendix I. Crocodylus novaeguineae New guinea crocodile, Please refer to Crocodylia freshwater crocodile spp. for other species in this genus. Crocodylus palustris Marsh, Broad-snouted Please refer to Crocodylia Ormugger crocodile spp. for other species in this genus. Crocodylus porosus Saltwater crocodile Populations of Australia, Indonesia and Papua New Guinea are Appendix II. All other populations are Appendix I. Crocodylus rhombifer Crocodylus siamensis Siamese crocodile Osteolaemus tetraspis (African) dwarf crocodile Tomistoma schlegelii Tomistoma, false gavial Family: Gavialidae Gavialis gangeticus (Indian) gavial, gharial Order: Rhynchocephalia
(1 Jul 1975)
Family: Sphenodontidae Sphenodon spp. The entire genus is listed. Order: Sauria
(1 Jul 1975)
Family: Agamidae Uromastyx spp. spiny-tailed, dabb lizards, The entire genus is listed. palm lizards, mastigures Family: Chamaeleonidae Bradypodion spp. dwarf chameleons The entire genus is listed. Brookesia spp. The entire genus is listed. Please see below for species included in Appendix I. Brookesia perarmata Antsingy leaf chameleon Please refer to Brookesia spp. for other species in this genus. Calumma spp. The entire genus is listed. Australian Simplified List of CITES Species for the Purposes of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999
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Common name
Appendix
Notation
First listed
Chamaeleo spp. The entire genus is listed. Furcifer spp. The entire genus is listed. Family: Cordylidae Cordylus spp. (includes Pseudocordylus The entire genus is listed. This means that all species and subspecies in the genus are subject to the Convention. Family: Gekkonidae Cyrtodactylus serpensinsula Serpent island gecko Hoplodactylus spp. Sticky-toed gecko Listed by New Zealand. Only species and subspecies of the genus which occur in New Zealand are subject to the Convention. Naultinus spp. New zealand green geckos Phelsuma spp. The entire genus is listed. Uroplatus spp. Leaf-tailed geckos The entire genus is listed. Family: Helodermatidae Heloderma spp. bearded lizards, gila The entire genus is listed. Please see below for subspecies in Appendix I. Heloderma horridum charlesbogerti Guatemalan beaded lizard Family: Iguanidae Amblyrhynchus cristatus Galapagos marine iguana Brachylophus spp. Conolophus spp. Ctenosaura bakeri Ctenosaura oedirhina Ctenosaura melanosterna Ctenosaura palearis Cyclura spp. Iguana spp. Phrynosoma coronatum coastal horned lizards Phrynosoma coronatum blainvillei San Diego horned lizard Sauromalus varius San Esteban island Family: Lacertidae Gallotia simonyi Hierro giant lizard Podarcis lilfordi Balearic lizard, lilford's Podarcis pityusensis Balearic lizard, ibiza wall Family: Scincidae Corucia zebrata Prehensile-tailed skink Crocodilurus amazonicus Dracaena spp. The entire genus is listed. Please see below for species with an earlier first listing date. Dracaena guianensis Tupinambis spp. The entire genus is listed. Family: Varanidae Varanus spp. The entire genus is listed. Please see below for species in Appendix I. Varanus bengalensis Indian monitor, Bengal Varanus flavescens Yellow monitor, Ruddy snub-nosed monitor, Yellow land lizard, Indian oval-grain lizard Varanus griseus Grey monitor, desert Varanus komodoensis Komodo (island) monitor, komodo dragon, ora Australian Simplified List of CITES Species for the Purposes of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999
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Common name
Appendix
Notation
First listed
Varanus nebulosus Family: Xenosauridae Shinisaurus crocodilurus Chinese crocodile lizard Suborder: Serpentes
(1 Jul 1975)
The entire family is listed. Please see below for genera, species and subspecies included in Appendix I and/or with earlier first listing date. Acrantophis spp. Madagascar ground boas The entire genus is listed. Boa constrictor Boa constrictor occidentalis Argentine boa constrictor Epicrates cenchria cenchria Epicrates inornatus Puerto rican tree boa, yellow tree boa, culebra grande Epicrates inornatus inornatus Epicrates monensis Epicrates subflavus Eryx jaculus Caucasian sand boa Eunectes notaeus Sanzinia madagascariensis Madagascar tree boa, Family: Bolyeriidae Bolyeriidae spp. Round Island boas The entire family is listed. Genera in the family include: Bolyeria, Please see below for species included in Appendix I. Bolyeria multocarinata Round Island boa Casarea dussumieri Keel-scaled boa, Round Family: Colubridae Atretium schistosum Olive keelback water snake Listed by India. Cerberus rynchops Dog-faced water Snake Listed by India. Clelia clelia Cyclagras gigas South american false water cobra, South American water cobra, beach cobra, surucucu Elachistodon westermanni Indian egg-eating snake, Westermann's Indian egg-eater snake Ptyas mucosus Oriental rat snake, indian rat snake, asian rat snake, whipsnake Xenochrophis piscator Asian water snake, Listed by India. checkered keelback water snake Family: Elapidae Hoplocephalus bungaroides Broad-headed snake Micrurus diastema Atlanta coral snake Listed by Honduras. Micrurus nigrocinctus Central American coral Listed by Honduras. snake, Black-banded coral snake Naja atra (formerly included under Naja naja) Naja kaouthia (formerly included under Naja naja) Naja mandalayensis (formerly included under Naja naja) Naja naja Naja oxiana (formerly included under Naja naja) Naja philippinensis (formerly included Philippine cobra Australian Simplified List of CITES Species for the Purposes of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999
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under Naja naja) Naja sagittifera (formerly included under Naja naja) Naja samarensis (formerly included under Naja naja) Naja siamensis (formerly included under Indochinese cobra Naja naja) Naja sputatrix (formerly included under Indonesian cobra Naja naja) Naja sumatrana (formerly included under Golden spitting cobra Naja naja) Ophiophagus hannah Family: Loxocemidae Loxocemidae spp. New World pythons The entire family is listed. Genera in family include: Loxocemus Family: Pythonidae The entire family is listed. Genera in family include: Antaresia, Please see below for genera Apodora, Aspidites, Bothrochilus, and subspecies included in Leiopython, Liasis, Morelia, Python. Appendix I and/or with an earlier date of first listing. Python spp. The entire genus is listed. Please see below for subspecies included in Appendix I. Python molurus molurus Indian (Rock) or Tiger Family: Tropidophiidae Tropidophiidae spp. Small ground boas The entire family is listed. Genera in family include: Exiliboa, Trachyboa, Tropidophis, Ungaliophis. Family: Viperidae Crotalus durissus Tropical rattlesnake, Listed by Honduras. cascabel, cascaval Daboia russelii (formerly included as Russell's viper, daboia Listed by India. Vipera russelli) Trimeresurus mangshanensis Mangshan pit-viper Vipera ursinii Only the population of Europe (except the area which formerly constituted the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics) is subject to the Convention. Vipera wagneri Order: Testudines
(1 Jul 1975)
Family: Carettochelyidae Carettochelys insculpta Pig-nosed turtle, Fly River Family: Chelidae Chelodina mccordi Roti Island snake-necked Zero export quota from the Clemmys guttata Emydoidea blandingii Blanding's turtle Malaclemys terrapin Diamondback terrapin Pseudemydura umbrina Short-necked swamp turtle, Western swamp tortoise Family: Cheloniidae Cheloniidae spp. The entire family is listed. Genera in the family include: Caretta, Please see below for species Chelonia, Erytmochelys, Lepidochelys, and subspecies with an earlier date of first listing. Caretta caretta Chelonia mydas Eretmochelys imbricata bissa Pacific hawksbill Please refer to Cheloniidae spp. for other species in this genus. Australian Simplified List of CITES Species for the Purposes of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999
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Eretmochelys imbricata imbricata Atlantic hawksbill Please refer to Cheloniidae spp. for other species in this genus. Lepidochelys kempi Lepidochelys olivacea Natator depressus Family: Chelydridae Macroclemys temminckii Alligator snapping turtle Listed by the United States of Family: Dermatemydidae Dermatemys mawii Central American river Family: Dermochelyidae Dermochelys coriacea Leathery, Leather-backed Family: Emydidae Glyptemys insculpta Formerly listed as Clemmys insculpta. Glyptemis muhlenbergii Bog turtle, Muhlenberg's Formerly listed as Clemmys muhlenbergii. Graptemys spp. Listed by the United States of Terrapene spp. The entire genus is listed. 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 Family: Geoemydidae Batagur baska River terrapin, tuntong, Batagur borneoensis Painted terrapin Zero quota on wild specimens for commercial purposes. Batagur trivittata Burmese roofed turtle Zero quota on wild specimens for commercial purposes. Cyclemys spp. Asian leaf turtles Cuora spp. Asian box turtles The entire genus is listed. Cuora aurocapitata Yellow-headed box turtle Zero quota on wild specimens for commercial purposes. Cuora flavomarginata Yellow-margined box Zero quota on wild specimens for commercial purposes. Cuora galbinifrons Indochinese box turtle Zero quota on wild specimens for commercial purposes. Cuora mccordi McCord's box turtle Zero quota on wild specimens for commercial purposes. Cuora mouhotii Jagged-shelled turtle Zero quota on wild specimens for commercial purposes. Cuora pani Pan's box turtle Zero quota on wild specimens for commercial purposes. Cuora trifasciata Chinese three-striped box Zero quota on wild specimens for commercial purposes. Cuora yunnanensis Yunnan box turtle Zero quota on wild specimens for commercial purposes. Cuora zhoui Zhou's box turtle Zero quota on wild specimens for commercial purposes. Geoclemys hamiltonii Spotted pond turtle Geoemyda japonica Ryukyu black-breasted leaf turtle, Ryukyu leaf turtle Geoemyda spengleri Black-breasted leaf turtle Hardella thurjii Crowned river turtle Heosemys annandalii Yellow-headed temple Formerly listed as Hieremys annandalii. Heosemys depressa Arakan forest turtle Zero quota on wild specimens for commercial purposes. Heosemys grandis Heosemys spinosa Australian Simplified List of CITES Species for the Purposes of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999
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Kachuga spp. Indian roofed turtle The entire genus is listed. Please see below for species in Appendix I and with an earlier date of first listing. Leucocephalon yuwonoi Sulawesi forest turtle Malayemys macrocephala Snail-eating turtle Malayemys subtrijuga Malayan snail-eating Mauremys annamensis Annam pond turtle Zero quota on wild specimens for commercial purposes. Mauremys iversoni Iverson's pond turtle, Listed by China. fujian pond turtle Mauremys japonica Japanese pond turtle Mauremys megalocephala Big-headed pond turtle Formerly listed as Chinemys megalocephala. Listed by China. Mauremys mutica Yellow pond turtle Mauremys nigricans Red-necked pond turtle Mauremys pritchardi Pritchard's pond turtle, Listed by China. Lashio pond turtle Mauremys reevesii Formerly listed as Chinemys reevesii. Listed by China. Mauremys sinensis Chinese stripe-necked Formerly listed as Ocadia sinensis. Listed by China. Melanochelys tricarinata Three-keeled Asian turtle Melanochelys trijuga Indian black turtle Morenia ocellata Burmese peacock turtle Morenia petersi Indian eyed turtle Notochelys platynota Malayan Flat-shelled turtle Ocadia glyphistoma Guangxi Stripe-necked Listed by China. Ocadia philippeni Philippen's Stripe-necked Listed by China. Orlitia borneensis Malayan giant turtle Zero quota on wild specimens for commercial purposes. Pangshura spp. Formerly listed as Kachuga Pangshura tecta Dura turtle, Indian pond Formerly listed as Kachuga Sacalia bealei Beal's eyed turtle Sacalia pseudocellata False-eyed turtle Listed by China. Sacalia quadriocellata Four-eyed turtle Siebenrockiella crassicollis Black marsh turtle Sienbenrockiella leytensis Vijayachelys silvatica Cochin forest cane turtle Family: Platysternidae Big-headed turtles Includes all species in the family Platysternidae. Family: Podocnemididae Erymnochelys madagascariensis Madagascar turtle Peltocephalus dumerilianus Big-headed Amazon River Podocnemis spp. South american turtles The entire genus is listed. Family: Testudinidae Testudinidae spp. The entire family is listed. A zero annual export quota has been established for Geochelone sulcata for specimens removed from the wild and traded for primarily commercial purposes. Please see below for genera and species included in Appendix I and/or with an earlier date of first listing. Geochelone spp. The entire genus is listed. Please see below for species included in Appendix I. Australian Simplified List of CITES Species for the Purposes of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999
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Geochelone platynota Burmese star tortoise Astrochelys radiata Madagascar radiated Formerly listed as Geochelone radiata Astrochelys yniphora Angulated tortoise Formerly listed as Geochelone yniphora Chelonoidis nigra Galapagos tortoise Formerly listed as Geochelone nigra Gopherus spp. gopher tortoises The entire genus is listed. Please see below for species included in Appendix I. Gopherus flavomarginatus Homopus spp. African parrot-beaked The entire genus is listed. Kinixys spp. Hinged-back tortoises The entire genus is listed. Malacochersus spp. Pancake tortoises The entire genus is listed. Psammobates geometricus Geometric turtle Pyxis spp. Spider tortoises The entire genus is listed. Please see below for species included in Appendix I. Pyxis arachnoides Malagasy spider tortoise Pyxis planicauda Flat-tailed spider sortoise Testudo spp. The entire genus is listed. Please see below for species included in Appendix I. Testudo kleinmanni Egyptian tortoise Testudo werneri Family: Trionychidae Amyda cartilaginea Asiatic softshell turtle Apalone spinifera ater Cuatro cienegas softshell Aspideretes gangeticus Indian softshell turtle Aspideretes hurum Peacock softshell turtle Aspideretes nigricans Black softshell turtle Chitra spp. The entire genus is listed. Please see below for species included in Appendix I. Chitra chitra Southeast Asian narrow- headed softshell turtle; striped giant soft-shelled turtle; striped narrow-headed softshell turtle Chitra vandijki Burmese narrow-headed softshell turtle Lissemys punctata Indian Flap-shell tortoise Lissemys punctata punctata Indian Flap-shell Tortoise Lissemys scutata Burmese flapshell turtle Nilssonia leithii Leith's softshell turtle Nilssonia formosa Burmese peacock softshell Palea steindachneri Wattle-necked softshell Pelochelys spp. giant softshell turtles The entire genus is listed. This means that all species and subspecies in the genus are subject to the Convention. Pelodiscus axenaria Chinese softshell turtle Pelodiscus maackii Chinese softshell turtle Pelodiscus parviformis Chinese softshell turtle Rafetus swinhoei Shanghai softshell turtle Phylum: Annelida (Annelid worms)
Class: Hirudinoidea (leeches)
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Order: Arhynchobdellida
(22 Oct 1987)
Family: Hirudinidae Hirudo medicinalis Australian Simplified List of CITES Species for the Purposes of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999
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Phylum:Arthropoda (arthropods)
Class: Arachnida (spiders, scorpions and ticks)
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Order: Araneae
(1 Aug 1985)
Family: Theraphosidae Aphonopelma albiceps Aphonopelma pallidum Brachypelma spp. red-kneed tarantulas The entire genus is listed. Please see below for species with an earlier date of first listing. Brachypelma smithi Red-kneed Tarantula Order: Scorpiones
(16 Feb 1995)
Family: Scorpionidae Pandinus dictator Emperor scorpion Pandinus gambiensis Emperor scorpion Pandinus imperator Emperor scorpion Class: Insecta (insects)
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Order: Coleoptera
(13 Sep 2000)
Family: Lucanidae Colophon spp. Cape stag beetles Listed by South Africa. Family: Scarabaeidae Dynastes satanas Only populations of South Africa are subject to the Convention. Order: Lepidoptera
(4 Feb 1977)
Family: Nymphalidae Agrias amydon boliviensis White spotted agrias, Listed by Bolivia. Amydon agrias (butterfly) Morpho godartii lachaumei Listed by Bolivia. Prepona praeneste buckleyana Listed by Bolivia. Family: Papilionidae Atrophaneura jophon Swallowtail butterfly Atrophaneura pandiyana Swallowtail butterfly Bhutanitis spp. Bhutan glory swallowtails The entire genus is listed. Ornithoptera spp. birdwing butterflies The entire genus is listed. Please see below for species in Appendix I and/or with earlier date of first listing. Ornithoptera alexandrae Queen Alexandra's birdwing butterfly Ornithoptera allotei Birdwing butterfly Ornithoptera chimaera Birdwing butterfly Ornithoptera goliath Birdwing butterfly Ornithoptera meridionalis Birdwing butterfly Ornithoptera paradisea Paradise birdwing butterfly Ornithoptera victoriae Queen Victoria's birdwing Papilio chikae Luzon peacock swallowtail Papilio homerus Homerus swallowtail Papilio hospiton Corsican swallowtail Parnassius apollo Mountain Apollo butterfly Teinopalpus spp. Kaiser-i-hind butterflies The entire genus is listed. Trogonoptera spp. birdwing butterflies The entire genus is listed. Troides spp. birdwing butterflies The entire genus is listed. This means that all species and subspecies in the genus are subject to the Convention. Australian Simplified List of CITES Species for the Purposes of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999
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Phylum: Cnidaria (Coelenterata) (Coral-like animals)
Class: Anthozoa (Corals and sea anemones)
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First listed
Order: Antipatharia
(6 Jun 1981)
Antipatharia spp. The entire order is listed. Order: Coenothecalia
(1 Aug 1985)
Coenothecalia spp. Indo-Pacific blue corals All species of the Order (includes the family Helioporidae with one Coenothecalia except those in species Heliopora coerulea) genera with earlier listed date. Fossils are not subject to the provisions of CITES. Heliopora spp. Order: Gorgonaceae
(1 Jul 2008)
Family: Coralliidae Corallium elatius Listed by China. Corallium japonicum Listed by China. (syn. Paracorallium japonicum) Corallium konjoi Listed by China. (syn. Corallium konojoi) Corallium secundum Listed by China. Order: Helioporacea
(1 Aug 1985)
Family: Helioporidae Helioporidae spp. Indo-Pacific blue corals The entire family is listed. Includes only the species Heliopora Fossils are not subject to the coerulea.. provisions of the Convention.
Order: Scleractinia
(1 Aug 1985)
Scleractinia spp. The entire order is listed. Fossils are not subject to the provisions of the Convention. Please see below for genera with an earlier date of first listing. Families and Genera in this order include: Acroporidae: Acropora, Anacropora, Astreopora, Enigmopora, Montipora. Agariciidae: Agaricia, Coeloseris, Gardineroseris, Helioseris, Leptoseris, Pachyseris, Pavona. Anthemiphylliidae: Anthemiphyllia. Astrocoeniidae: Stephanocoenia, 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, Goniastrea, Leptastrea, Leptoria, Manicina, Montastraea, Moseleya, Oulastrea, Oulophyllia, Parasimplastrea, Platygyra, Plesiatrea, Solenastrea. Flabellidae: Blastotrochus, Falcatoflabellum, Flabellum, Javania, Australian Simplified List of CITES Species for the Purposes of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999
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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. The entire genus is listed. Family: Agariciidae Pavona spp. The entire genus is listed. Family: Caryophylliidae Euphyllia spp. The entire genus is listed. Family: Faviidae Favia spp. The entire genus is listed. Platygyra spp. The entire genus is listed. Family: Fungiidae Fungia spp. The entire genus is listed. Halomitra spp. The entire genus is listed. Polyphyllia spp. The entire genus is listed. Family: Merulinidae Merulina spp. The entire genus is listed. Family: Mussidae Lobophyllia spp. The entire genus is listed. Family: Pectiniidae Pectinia spp. The entire genus is listed. Family: Pocilloporidae Pocillopora spp. The entire genus is listed. Seriatopora spp. birds nest corals The entire genus is listed. Stylophora spp. cauliflower corals The entire genus is listed. Order: Stolonifera
(1 Aug 1985)
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Tubiporidae spp. The entire family is listed. Genera in the family include: Tubipora Fossils are not subject to the provisions of the Convention. Class: Hydrozoa (Fire corals, stinging medusae)
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Order: Milleporina
1 Aug 1985)
Family: Milleporidae Milleporidae spp. The entire family is listed. Genera in the family include: Millepora Fossils are not subject to the provisions of the Convention. Order Stylasterina
(18 Jan 1990)
Family: Stylasteridae Stylasteridae spp. branched hydrocorals The entire family is listed. Genera in the family include: Adelopora, Fossils are not subject to the Astya, Calyptopora, Ceiloporidion, provisions of the Convention. Conopora, Crypthelia, Cyclohelia, Dictichopora, Errina, Errinopora, 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)
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Order: Aspidochirotida
(16 Oct 2003)
Family: Stichopodidae Isostichopus fuscus Listed by Ecuador. Phylum: Mollusca (Molluscs)
Class: Bivalvia (Bivalves)
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Order: Mytiloida
(12 Jan 2005)
Family: Mytilidae Lithophaga lithophaga Order: Unionida
(1 Jul 1975)
Family: Unionidae Conradilla caelata Birdwing pearly mussel Cyprogenia aberti Edible pearly mussel Dromus dromas Dromedary pearly mussel Epioblasma curtisi Curtis' pearly mussel 1 Jul 1975 Epioblasma florentina Yellow-blossom pearly Epioblasma sampsonii Sampson's pearly mussel Epioblasma sulcata perobliqua White cat's paw mussel Epioblasma torulosa gubernaculum Green-blossom pearly Epioblasma torulosa rangiana Tan-blossom pearly mussel Epioblasma torulosa torulosa Tuberculed-blossom pearly Epioblasma turgidula Turgid-blossom pearly Epioblasma walkeri Brown-blossom pearly Fusconaia cuneolus Fine-rayed pigtoe mussel Fusconaia edgariana Shiny pigtoe mussel Lampsilis higginsii Higgin's eye mussel Lampsilis orbiculata orbiculata Pink mucket mussel Lampsilis satur Plain pocketbook mussel Lampsilis virescens Alabama lamp pearly Plethobasus cicatricosus White wartyback mussel Plethobasus cooperianus Orange-footed pimpleback Australian Simplified List of CITES Species for the Purposes of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999
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Pleurobema clava Club pearly mussel Pleurobema plenum Rough pigtoe mussel Potamilus capax Fat pocketbook mussel Quadrula intermedia Cumberland monkey-face Quadrula sparsa Appalachian monkey-face Toxolasma cylindrella Pale lilliput pearly mussel Unio nickliniana Nicklin's pearly mussel Unio tampicoensis tecomatensis Tampico pearly mussel Villosa trabalis Cumberland bean mussel Order: Veneroida
(29 Jul 1983)
Family: Tridacnidae Tridacnidae spp. The entire family is listed. Genera in family include: Hippopus, Please see below for species Tridacna. 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 Tridacna gigas Class: Gastropoda (Snails and conches)
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Order: Mesogastropoda
(11 Jun 1992)
Family: Strombidae Strombus gigas Exemption: Up to 3 shells
per person, contained in accompanied baggage and for personal use, do not require any CITES documentation. Order: Stylommatophora
(22 Oct 1987)
Family: Achatinellidae Achatinella spp. Oahu tree snails The entire genus is listed. Family: Camaenidae Papustyla pulcherrima (includes generic Manus island tree snail synonym Papuina) Kingdom: Plantae (Plants)
General Plantae exclusions: Where the ‘Notation column' states "No exclusions apply", the listing includes all parts and derivatives. Australian Simplified List of CITES Species for the Purposes of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999
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Where the ‘Notation column' for an Appendix II species states "Refer to Plantae listing for
general exclusions", the listing is taken to include all parts and derivatives, except:
a) seeds (including seedpods of Orchidaceae), spores and pollen (including pollinia). The
exemption does not apply to seeds from Cactaceae spp. exported from Mexico, and to seeds
from Beccariophoenix madagascariensis and Neodypsis decaryi exported from Madagascar;
b) seedlings or tissue cultures obtained in vitro, in solid or liquid media, transported in sterile
containers;
c) cut flowers of artificially propagated plants;
d) fruits and parts and derivatives thereof of naturalized or artificially propagated plants of the
genus Vanilla (Orchidaceae) and of the family Cactaceae;
e) stems, flowers, and parts and derivatives thereof of naturalized or artificially propagated
plants of the genera Opuntia subgenus Opuntia and Selenicereus (Cactaceae); and
f) finished products of Euphorbia, antisyphilitica packaged and ready for retail trade.
Where the ‘Notation column' for an Appendix III species states "Refer to Plantae listing for
general exclusions", the listing is taken to include all parts and derivatives, except:
a) seeds, spores and pollen (including pollinia);
b) seedling or tissue cultures obtained in vitro, in solid or liquid media,
transported in sterile containers;
c) cut flowers of artificially propagated plants; and
d) fruits and parts and derivatives thereof of artificially propagated plants of the genus
Vanilla.
Regarding hybrids:
a) hybrids shall be subject to the provisions of the Convention even though not specifically
included in the Appendices if one or both of their parents are of taxa included in the
Appendices unless the hybrids are specifically excluded from CITES controls by a specific
annotation in Appendix II or III.
Regarding artificially propagated hybrids:
a) 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
unless the Appendix I species has an annotation noting that hybrids be treated as Appendix I;
or
b) 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
(29 Jul 1983)
Agave parviflora Santa Cruz striped agave No exclusions apply Agave victoriae-reginae Queen Victoria agave Refer to Plantae listing for 29 Jul 1983 general exclusions. Nolina interrata Dehesa bear-grass No exclusions apply Family: Amaryllidaceae
(18 Jan 1990)
Galanthus spp. The entire genus is listed. Refer to Plantae listing for general exclusions. Sternbergia spp. The entire genus is listed. Refer to Plantae listing for general exclusions. Family: Anacardiaceae
(23 Jun 2010)
Operculicarya decaryi Operculicarya hyphaenoides No exclusions apply Operculicarya pachypus No exclusions apply Family: Apocynaceae
(1 Jul 1975)
Hoodia spp. The entire genus is listed. Species in this genus includes Hoodia This means that all species and subspecies with a scientific name starting with Hoodia are listed under the Convention. Listing includes all parts and Australian Simplified List of CITES Species for the Purposes of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999
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derivatives except those
bearing a label "Produced
from Hoodia spp. material
obtained through controlled
harvesting and production in
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]".
No exclusions apply
NOTE: This is a ‘Declared
Specimen' under the EPBC
Act. Commercial imports of
'ranched' or 'wild sourced'
specimens (source codes R
and W) are required to be
sourced from a Commercial
Import Program (CIP)
approved by the Department.
Pachypodium spp. The entire genus is listed. Refer to Plantae listing for general exclusions. Please see below for species in Appendix I. Pachypodium ambongense No exclusions apply 1 Jul 1975 Pachypodium baronii No exclusions apply 1 Jul 1975 Pachypodium decaryi No exclusions apply Rauvolfia serpentina Snake-root, Devil-pepper Designates all parts and derivatives except: a) seeds and pollen; and b) finished products packaged and ready for retail trade. Family: Araliaceae
(1 Jul 1975)
Panax ginseng Only populations of the Russian Federation are subject to the Convention. Listing designates whole and sliced roots and parts of roots, excluding manufactured parts or derivatives such as powders, pills, extracts, tonics, teas and confectionery. Panax quinquefolius American ginseng Listing designates whole and sliced roots and parts of roots, excluding manufactured parts or derivatives such as powders, pills, extracts, tonics, teas and confectionery. Family: Araucariaceae
(1 Jul 1975)
Araucaria araucana Monkey-puzzle tree No exclusions apply
Family: Asparagaceae
Yucca queretaroensis Family: Berberidaceae
(18 Jan 1990)
Podophyllum hexandrum Himalayan may-apple Designates all parts and derivatives except: a) seeds and pollen; and b) finished products packaged and ready for retail trade. Australian Simplified List of CITES Species for the Purposes of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999
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Family: Bromeliaceae
(11 Jun 1992)
Tillandsia harrisii Harris tillandsia Refer to Plantae listing for general exclusions. Tillandsia kammii Refer to Plantae listing for general exclusions. Tillandsia mauryana Maury tillandsia Refer to Plantae listing for general exclusions. Tillandsia xerographica Xerographic tillandsia Refer to Plantae listing for general exclusions. Family: Cactaceae
(1 Jul 1975)
Refer to Plantae listing for general exclusions. Note there is no exclusion for Cactaceae spp. seeds exported from Mexico; or for Pereskia spp., Pereskiopsis spp. and Quiabentia spp. Artificially propagated specimens of the following hybrids
and/or cultivars are not subject to the provisions of the
Convention:
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).
Exemption: Up to 3 rainsticks made from Appendix II Cactus
species, contained in accompanied baggage and for personal
use, do not require any CITES documentation
Ariocarpus spp. living-rock cacti The entire genus is listed. No exclusions apply Astrophytum asterias Sea-urchin cactus, Star No exclusions apply Aztekium ritteri No exclusions apply Coryphantha werdermannii Jabali pincushion cactus No exclusions apply Discocactus spp. The entire genus is listed. No exclusions apply Echinocereus ferreirianus lindsayi Lindsay's hedgehog cactus No exclusions apply Echinocereus schmollii Lamb's-tail cactus No exclusions apply Escobaria minima Nellie's corycactus No exclusions apply 1 Jul 1975 Escobaria sneedii Sneed pincushion cactus No exclusions apply Mammillaria pectinifera No exclusions apply Mammillaria solisioides No exclusions apply Melocactus conoideus Conelike Turk's-cap cactus No exclusions apply Melocactus deinacanthus Wonderfully bristled No exclusions apply Turk's-cap cactus Melocactus glaucescens Woolly waxy-stemmed No exclusions apply Melocactus paucispinus Few-spined Turk's-cap No exclusions apply Obregonia denegrii Artichoke cactus No exclusions apply Pachycereus militaris Teddy-bear cactus, No exclusions apply 1 Jul 1975 Pediocactus bradyi Brady pincushion cactus, No exclusions apply san rafael cactus, winkler pincushion cactus Pediocactus knowltonii No exclusions apply Pediocactus paradinei Houserock valley cactus No exclusions apply Pediocactus peeblesianus Fickeisen cactus, Peebles No exclusions apply Navajo cactus Pediocactus sileri Siler pincushion cactus No exclusions apply Australian Simplified List of CITES Species for the Purposes of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999
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Pelecyphora spp. Hatchet cactus, pinecone The entire genus is listed. cactus, peyotillo No exclusions apply Sclerocactus brevihamatus tobuschii Tobusch fishhook cactus No exclusions apply Sclerocactus erectocentrus Redspine fishhook cactus No exclusions apply Sclerocactus glaucus Uinta basin hookless cactus No exclusions apply Sclerocactus mariposensis No exclusions apply Sclerocactus mesae-verdae Mesa verde cactus No exclusions apply Sclerocactus nyensis Tonapah fishhook cactus No exclusions apply Sclerocactus papyracanthus Grama-grass cactus No exclusions apply Sclerocactus pubispinus Great basin fishhook cactus No exclusions apply Sclerocactus wrightiae Wright's fishhook cactus No exclusions apply Strombocactus spp. Disc cactus, top cactus The entire genus is listed. No exclusions apply Turbinicarpus spp. The entire genus is listed. No exclusions apply Uebelmannia spp. The entire genus is listed. No exclusions apply Family: Caryocaraceae
(1 Jul 1975)
Caryocar costaricense Refer to Plantae listing for general exclusions. Family: Compositae (Asteraceae)
(1 Jul 1975)
Saussurea costus (also referenced as Costus, kuth root, Common ingredient in ‘Po Saussurea lappa; includes synonyms aucklandia, kushta, kust, Aplotaxis lappa and Aucklandia coustus) mu xiang, patchak, quang No exclusions apply mu xiang, radix aucklandiae Family: Cucurbitaceae
(23 Jun 2010)
Zygosicyos pubescens No exclusions apply Zygosicyos tripartitus No exclusions apply Family: Cupressaceae
(1 Jul 1975)
Fitzroya cupressoides Fitzroya, alerce No exclusions apply Pilgerodendron uviferum No exclusions apply Family: Cyatheaceae
(1 Jul 1975)
Cyathea spp. (includes genera Alsophila, The entire genus is listed. Nephelea, Sphaeropteris and Trichipteris) Please see below for species with an earlier date of first listing. Refer to Plantae listing for general exclusions. Cyathea capensis Refer to Plantae listing for general exclusions. Cyathea dredgei Refer to Plantae listing for general exclusions. Cyathea mexicana Refer to Plantae listing for general exclusions. Cyathea salvinii Refer to Plantae listing for 1 Jul 1975 general exclusions. Family: Cycadaceae
(4 Feb 1977)
The entire family is listed. Genera in the family include: Cycas, Refer to Plantae listing for Dyerocycas, Epicycas. general exclusions. Please see below for species included in Appendix I. Cycas beddomei No exclusions apply Family: Dicksoniaceae
(1 Jul 1975)
Cibotium barometz Refer to Plantae listing for general exclusions. Dicksonia spp. Only populations of the Americas are subject to the Convention. Refer to Plantae listing for general exclusions. Family: Didiereaceae
(4 Feb 1977)
Didiereaceae spp. The entire family is listed. Refer to Plantae listing for general exclusions. Family: Dioscoreaceae
(1 Jul 1975)
Dioscorea deltoidea Refer to Plantae listing for Australian Simplified List of CITES Species for the Purposes of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999
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general exclusions. Family: Droseraceae
(11 Jun 1992)
Dionaea muscipula Refer to Plantae listing for general exclusions. Family: Ebenaceae
(22 Dec 2011)
Diospyros spp. Populations of Diospyros spp. from Madagascar are included in Appendix II. Only logs, sawn wood and veneer sheets are subject to the Convention. Family: Euphorbiaceae
(1 Jul 1975)
Euphorbia spp. Succulent species only except Euphorbia misera and the species included in Appendix I. Artificially propagated specimens of crested, fan-shaped or colour mutants of Euphorbia lactea 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. Finished products of Euphorbia antisyphilitica packaged and ready for retail trade are not subject to the provisions of the Convention. Refer to Plantae listing for general exclusions. Euphorbia ambovombensis No exclusions apply Euphorbia capsaintemariensis (also No exclusions apply referencedas Euphorbia decaryi var. capsaintemariensis) Euphorbia cremersii (includes Euphorbia No exclusions apply cremersii fa. viridifolia and Euphorbia cremersii var. rakotozafyi) Euphorbia cylindrifolia (includes No exclusions apply 1 Jul 1975 Euphorbia cylindrifolia tuberifera) Euphorbia decaryi (includes Euphorbia No exclusions apply decaryi vars. ampanihyensis, robinsonii and spirosticha) Euphorbia francoisii No exclusions apply Euphorbia moratii (includes Euphorbia No exclusions apply moratii vars. antsingiensis, bemarahensis and multiflora) Euphorbia parvicyathophora No exclusions apply Euphorbia quartziticola No exclusions apply Euphorbia trigona Artificially propagated specimens of cultivars are not subject to the provisions of the Convention. Refer to Plantae listing for general exclusions. Euphorbia tulearensis No exclusions apply Family: Fouquieriaceae
(29 Jul 1983)
Fouquieria columnaris Refer to Plantae listing for general exclusions. Fouquieria fasciculata Arbol del barril No exclusions apply Fouquieria purpusii No exclusions apply Family: Gnetaceae
(16 Nov 1975)
Gnetum montanum Listed by Nepal. Refer to Plantae listing for general exclusions. Family: Juglandaceae
(1 Jul 1975)
Oreomunnea pterocarpa Refer to Plantae listing for general exclusions. Family: Lauraceae
(23 Jun 2010)
Aniba rosaeodora Only logs, sawn wood, veneer sheets, plywood and extracts are subject to the Convention. Finished products containing Australian Simplified List of CITES Species for the Purposes of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999
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First listed
extracts as ingredients, including fragrances, are not considered to be covered by the Convention. Family: Leguminosae (Fabaceae)
(1 Jul 1975)
Caesalpinia echinata Brazilwood, Pau-Brasil, Only logs, sawn wood, veneer sheets, including unfinished wood articles used for the fabrication of bows for stringed musical instruments are subject to the Convention Dalbergia spp. Malagasy rosewood Populations of Dalbergia spp. from Madagascar are included in Appendix II. See below listings for other populations of Dalbergia spp. For populations of Madagascar, only logs, sawn wood and veneer sheets are subject to the Convention. Dalbergia cochinchinensis Thailand rosewood Only logs, sawn wood and veneer sheets are subject to the Convention. Dalbergia darienensis Listed by Panama. Listing includes all parts and derivatives except: a) seeds and pollen; and b) finished products packaged and ready for retail trade Dalbergia granadillo Granadillo rosewood Only logs, sawn wood, veneer sheets and plywood are subject to the Convention. Dalbergia nigra Brazilian rosewood No exclusions apply Dalbergia retusa Only logs, sawn wood, veneer sheets and plywood are subject to the Convention. Dalbergia stevensonii Honduras rosewood Only logs, sawn wood, veneer sheets and plywood are subject to the Convention. Dipteryx panamensis Listed by Costa Rica and All parts and derivatives are subject to the Convention. Nicaragua - 13 Sept 2007 Pericopsis elata (also referenced in the Only logs, sawn wood and genus Afrormosia) veneer sheets are subject to the Convention. Platymiscium pleiostachyum Cristobal, Granadillo Refer to Plantae listing for general exclusions. Pterocarpus santalinus Only logs, wood-chips, powder and extracts are subject to the Convention. Senna meridionalis Family: Liliaceae
(1 Jul 1975)
Aloe spp. The entire genus is listed. 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 No exclusions apply Aloe albiflora No exclusions apply Aloe alfredii No exclusions apply Aloe bakeri No exclusions apply 1 Jul 1975 Australian Simplified List of CITES Species for the Purposes of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999
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First listed
Aloe bellatula No exclusions apply Aloe calcairophila No exclusions apply Aloe compressa (includes Aloe compressa No exclusions apply vars. Rugosquamosa, schistophila and paucituberculata) Aloe delphinensis No exclusions apply Aloe descoingsii No exclusions apply Aloe fragilis No exclusions apply Aloe haworthioides (includes Aloe No exclusions apply haworthioides var. aurantiaca) Aloe helenae No exclusions apply Aloe laeta (includes Aloe laeta var. No exclusions apply maniaensis) Aloe parallelifolia No exclusions apply Aloe parvula No exclusions apply Aloe pillansii No exclusions apply Aloe polyphylla No exclusions apply Aloe rauhii No exclusions apply Aloe suzannae No exclusions apply Aloe versicolor No exclusions apply Aloe vossii No exclusions apply Family: Magnoliaceae
(16 Nov 1975)
Magnolia liliifera var. obovata Listed by Nepal. Refer to Plantae listing for general exclusions. Family: Meliaceae
(1 Jul 1975)
Cedrela fissilis Listed by Bolivia. The only parts and derivatives included are logs, sawn wood and veneer sheets. Cedrela lilloi Spanish cedar, cigarbox Listed by Bolivia. The only parts and derivatives included are logs, sawn wood and veneer sheets. Cedrela odorata Barbados cedar, Spanish Listed by Bolivia, Brazil, cedar, cedro rosa, Mexican Peru, Columbia and cedar, West Indian cedar, Guatemala. The only parts and derivatives included are logs, sawn wood and veneer Guatemala – 12 Feb 2008 Bolivia – 14 Oct 2010 Brazil – 27 April 2011 Swietenia humilis Pacific Coast mahogany Refer to Plantae listing for general exclusions. Swietenia macrophylla Bigleaf mahogany Only populations of the Neotropics (tropical Americas) and only logs, sawn wood, veneer sheets and Costa Rica – 16 plywood are subject to the Please see below for populations with earlier first Mexico – 29 Apr 1998 Brazil – 26 July 1998 Peru – 12 Jun 2001 Columbia – 29 Australian Simplified List of CITES Species for the Purposes of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999
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Oct 2001
Swietenia mahagoni Caribbean mahogany Only logs, sawn wood and veneer sheets are subject to the Convention. Family: Nepenthaceae
(6 Jun 1981)
Nepenthes spp. tropical pitcher plants The entire genus is listed. 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 No exclusions apply Nepenthes rajah Giant tropical pitcher plant No exclusions apply Family: Orchidaceae (includes Families
(1 Jul 1975)
Apostasiaceae and Cypripediaceae as subfamilies Apostasioideae and Cypripedioideae) Orchidaceae spp. The entire family is listed. This means that all species, subspecies, varieties and forms
within the genera in this family are subject to the Convention.
Please see below for species included in Appendix I.
Unless otherwise stated below, all Appendix II species,
subspecies, varieties and forms within the genera in this family
in are subject to the general exclusions outlined in the Plantae
listing.
Artificially propagated hybrids of the following genera are not
subject
to the provisions of the Convention, if conditions, as
indicated under a) and b) below, are met:
Cymbidium, Dendrobium, Phalaenopsis, and Vanda:
a) Specimens are readily recognizable as artificially propagated
and do not show any signs of having been collected in the wild
such as mechanical damage or strong dehydration resulting
from collection, irregular growth and heterogeneous size and
shape within a taxon and shipment, algae or other epiphyllous
organisms adhering to leaves, or damage by insects or other
pests; and
b) i) when shipped in non-flowering state, the specimens must
be traded in shipments consisting of individual containers (such
as cartons, boxes, crates or individual shelves of CC-
containers) each containing 20 or more plants of the same
hybrid; the plants within each container must exhibit a high
degree of uniformity and healthiness; and the shipment must be
accompanied by documentation, such as an invoice, which
clearly states the number of plants of each hybrid; or
ii) when shipped in flowering state, with at least one fully open
flower per specimen, no minimum number of specimens per
shipment is required but specimens must be professionally
processed for commercial retail sale, e.g. labelled with printed
labels or packaged with printed packages indicating the name
of the hybrid and the country of final processing. This should
be clearly visible and allow easy verification.
Plants not clearly qualifying for the exemption must be accompanied by appropriate CITES documents. Aerangis ellisii Hidden tooth orchid Seedling or tissue Dendrobium cruentum Blood red dendrobium cultures obtained in Laelia jongheana vitro, in solid or liquid media, and Laelia lobata Paphiopedilum spp. Asian tropical lady's sterile containers are not subject to Peristeria elata Holy Ghost, Dove Orchid the provisions of Phragmipedium spp. new world tropical lady's Australian Simplified List of CITES Species for the Purposes of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999
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Renanthera imschootiana Imschoot's renanthera specimens meet the definition of ‘artificially propagated' agreed by the Conference of the Parties. Family: Orobanchaceae
(19 Jul 2000)
Cistanche deserticola Desert cistanche Refer to Plantae listing for general exclusions. Family: Palmae (Arecaceae)
(13 Feb 2003)
Beccariophoenix madagascariensis Refer to Plantae listing for general exclusions. Chrysalidocarpus decipiens No exclusions apply Lemurophoenix halleuxii No exclusions apply Marojejya darianii No exclusions apply Lodoicea maldivica Listed by the Seychelles. The only part included is the kernel and any derivative thereof. Neodypsis decaryi Refer to Plantae listing for general exclusions. Ravenea louvelii No exclusions apply Ravenea rivularis No exclusions apply Satranala decussilvae Forest bismarckia No exclusions apply Voanioala gerardii No exclusions apply Family: Papaveraceae
(16 Nov 1975)
Meconopsis regia Listed by Nepal. Refer to Plantae listing for general exclusions. Family: Passifloraceae
(23 Jun 2010)
Adenia olaboensis No exclusions apply Adenia firingalavensis Adenia subsessifolia Family: Pedaliaceae
Uncarina grandidieri Uncarina stellulifera Family: Pinaceae
(1 Jul 1975)
Abies guatemalensis No exclusions apply Pinus koraiensis Listed by the Russian Federation. The only parts and derivatives included are logs, sawn wood and veneer sheets. Family: Podocarpaceae
(1 Jul 1975)
Podocarpus neriifolius Listed by Nepal. Refer to Plantae listing for general exclusions. Podocarpus parlatorei Parlatore's podocarp, No exclusions apply Family Portulacaceae
(1 Jul 1975)
Anacampseros spp. The entire genus is listed. 1 Jul 1975 Refer to Plantae listing for general exclusions. Avonia spp. The entire genus is listed. Refer to Plantae listing for general exclusions. Lewisia serrata Saw-toothed lewisia Refer to Plantae listing for general exclusions. Family: Primulaceae
(1 Jul 1975)
Cyclamen spp. The entire genus is listed. 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 Australian Simplified List of CITES Species for the Purposes of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999
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First listed
dormant tubers. Refer to Plantae listing for general exclusions. Family: Ranunculaceae
(19 Jul 2000)
Adonis vernalis Designates all parts and derivatives except: a) seeds and pollen; and b) finished products packaged and ready for retail trade Hydrastis canadensis Designates underground parts (i.e. roots, rhizomes): whole, parts and powdered Family: Rosaceae
(16 Feb 1995)
Prunus africana Refer to Plantae listing for general exclusions. Family: Rubiaceae
(1 Jul 1975)
Balmea stormiae No exclusions apply Family: Santalaceae
Osyris lanceolata East African sandalwood Populations of Burundi, Ethiopia, Kenya, Rwanda, Uganda and the United Republic of Tanzania. Listing includes all parts and derivatives except: Seeds and pollen; and b) Finished products packaged and ready for retail trade. Family: Sarraceniaceae
(6 Jun 1981)
Sarracenia spp. trumpet pitcher plants The entire genus is listed. 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 oreophila Green pitcher plant No exclusions apply Sarracenia rubra alabamensis Alabama canebrake pitcher No exclusions apply Sarracenia rubra jonesii Mountain sweet pitcher No exclusions apply Family: Scrophulariaceae
(18 Sep 1997)
Picrorhiza kurrooa Designates all parts and derivatives except: a) seeds and pollen; and b) finished products packaged and ready for retail trade. Family: Stangeriaceae
(1 Jul 1975)
Bowenia spp. bipinnate cycads The entire genus is listed. Refer to Plantae listing for general exclusions. Stangeria eriopus Stangeria, Fern-leafed No exclusions apply Family: Taxaceae
(12 Jan 2005)
Taxus chinensis Listing includes all 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 Listing includes all infraspecific taxa of this species and designates all parts and derivatives except: a) seeds and pollen; and Australian Simplified List of CITES Species for the Purposes of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999
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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 Listing includes all 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 Listing includes all 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 Listing includes all 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)
(6 Aug 2001)
Aquilaria spp. Agarwood, Gaharu The entire genus is listed. This means that all species and subspecies with a scientific name starting with Aquilaria are listed under the Convention. Listing includes all parts and derivatives, except: a) seeds and pollen; b) seedling or tissue cultures obtained in vitro, in solid or liquid media, transported in sterile containers; c) fruits; d) leaves; e) exhausted agarwood powder, including compressed powder in all shapes; f) finished products packaged and ready for retail trade, this exemption does not apply to beads, prayer beads and carvings. Please see below for species with earlier date of first listing. Aquilaria malaccensis Agarwood, Aloewood Refer to Plantae listing for general exclusions. Gonystylus spp. The entire genus is listed. Refer to Plantae listing for general exclusions. (Indonesia – 6 NOTE: This is a ‘Declared
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Specimen' under the EPBC Act. Commercial imports of 'ranched' or 'wild sourced' specimens (source codes R and W) are required to be sourced from a Commercial Import Program (CIP) approved by the Department. Gyrinops spp. The entire genus is listed. This means that all species and subspecies with a scientific name starting with Gyrinops are listed under the Convention. Listing includes all parts and derivatives, except: a) seeds and pollen; b) seedling or tissue cultures obtained in vitro, in solid or liquid media, transported in sterile containers; c) fruits; d) leaves; e) exhausted agarwood powder, including compressed powder in all shapes; f) finished products packaged and ready for retail trade, this exemption does not apply to beads, prayer beads and carvings. Family: Trochodendraceae
(16 Nov 1975)
Tetracentron sinense Listed by Nepal. Refer to Plantae listing for general exclusions. Family: Valerianaceae
(18 Sep 1997)
Nardostachys grandiflora Himalayan nard, Spikenard Designates all parts and derivatives except: a) seeds and pollen; and b) finished products packaged and ready for retail trade. Family: Vitaceae
(23 Jun 2010)
Cyphostemma elephantopus No exclusions apply Cyphostemma laza Cyphostemma montagnacii No exclusions apply Family: Welwitschiaceae
(1 Jul 1975)
Welwitschia mirabilis Refer to Plantae listing for general exclusions. Family: Zamiaceae
(1 Jul 1975)
The entire family is listed. 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 The entire genus is listed. No exclusions apply Chigua spp. The entire genus is listed. No exclusions apply Encephalartos spp. bread palms, African The entire genus is listed. No exclusions apply Microcycas calocoma Palma Corcho, Microcycas No exclusions apply Family: Zingiberaceae
(1 Jul 1975)
Hedychium philippinense Philippine garland flower Refer to Plantae listing for general exclusions. Australian Simplified List of CITES Species for the Purposes of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999
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Family: Zygophyllaceae
(1 Jul 1975)
Bulnesia sarmientoi Palo santo, ibiocaí, vera or Logs, sawn wood, veneer verawood, oil of guaiac sheets, plywood, powder and extracts. Populations of Argentina were listed on this date. All other specimens were listed on 23 Jun 2010. Guaiacum spp. The entire genus is listed. 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 Designates all parts and derivatives except: a) seeds and pollen; and b) finished products packaged and ready for retail trade. Guaiacum sanctum Holywood lignum vitae Designates all parts and derivatives except: a) seeds and pollen; and b) finished products packaged and ready for retail trade. Australian Simplified List of CITES Species for the Purposes of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999
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