Wild Animal and Plant Trade Regulations (SOR/96-263)

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Wild Animal and Plant Trade Regulations

SOR/96-263

WILD ANIMAL AND PLANT PROTECTION AND REGULATION OF INTERNATIONAL AND INTERPROVINCIAL TRADE ACT

Registration 1996-05-14

Wild Animal and Plant Trade Regulations

P.C. 1996-714 1996-05-14

His Excellency the Governor General in Council, on the recommendation of the Minister of the Environment, pursuant to section 21 of the Wild Animal and Plant Protection and Regulation of International and Interprovincial Trade ActFootnote *, is pleased hereby to make the annexed Regulations respecting the protection of certain species of wild animals and wild plants and the regulation of international and interprovincial trade in those species, effective on the day on which An Act respecting the protection of certain species of wild animals and plants and the regulation of international and interprovincial trade in those species, being chapter 52 of the Statutes of Canada, 1992, comes into force.

 [Repealed, SOR/2017-123, s. 2]

Interpretation

 In these Regulations,

Act

Act means the Wild Animal and Plant Protection and Regulation of International and Interprovincial Trade Act; (Loi)

artificially propagated

artificially propagated[Repealed, SOR/2017-123, s. 3]

bred in captivity

bred in captivity means

  • (a) in the case of sexual reproduction, born or otherwise produced in a controlled environment of parents that mated or whose gametes were otherwise transmitted under controlled conditions, and

  • (b) in the case of asexual reproduction, produced or developed under controlled conditions; (élevé en captivité)

competent authority

competent authority means the authority, body or person in a country or province who is legally competent to authorize the export from that country, or the transportation out of or into that province, of an animal or plant or any part or derivative of an animal or plant. (autorité compétente)

  • SOR/2017-123, s. 3

Fauna and Flora Listed in an Appendix to the Convention

  •  (1) The animals listed in column I of an item of Part I of Schedule I are listed as “fauna” in the appendix to the Convention specified in column II of that item.

  • (2) The plants listed in column I of an item of Part II of Schedule I are listed as “flora” in the appendix to the Convention specified in column II of that item.

Importation into Canada

 For the purposes of subsection 6(1) of the Act,

  • (a) animal means any specimen, whether living or dead, of any wild species of the animal kingdom (kingdom Animalia), and includes any egg, sperm, tissue culture or embryo of any such animal; and

  • (b) plant means any specimen, whether living or dead, of any wild species of the plant kingdom (kingdom Plantae), and includes any seed, spore, pollen or tissue culture of any such plant.

 For the purposes of subsection 6(2) of the Act and in respect of importation,

  • (a) animal means any specimen, whether living or dead, of any species of animal listed as “fauna” in an appendix to the Convention or listed in Schedule II, and includes any egg, sperm, tissue culture or embryo of any such animal; and

  • (b) plant means any specimen, whether living or dead, of any species of plant listed as “flora” in an appendix to the Convention, and includes any seed, spore, pollen or tissue culture of any such plant.

  • SOR/2017-86, s. 1

 [Repealed, SOR/2017-86, s. 2]

  •  (1) A person who imports into Canada an animal or plant that is listed as “fauna” or “flora” in Appendix II to the Convention but is not listed in Schedule II, or any part or derivative of any such animal or plant, is exempted from holding a permit issued under subsection 10(1) of the Act where the person has obtained, before import, a permit, certificate or written authorization that satisfies the requirements of the Convention and is granted by a competent authority in the country of export.

  • (2) Subject to subsection (3), a person who imports into Canada an animal or plant that is listed as “fauna” or “flora” in Appendix III to the Convention but is not listed in Schedule II, or any part or derivative of any such animal or plant, is exempted from holding a permit issued under subsection 10(1) of the Act where the person has obtained, before import, a certificate that satisfies the requirements of the Convention and is granted by a competent authority in the country of export.

  • (3) Where a person imports into Canada an animal or plant referred to in subsection (2) and listed in a subitem of column I of Schedule I, or any part or derivative of any such animal or plant, from a country of export listed in column III of that subitem, the person is exempted from holding a permit issued under subsection 10(1) of the Act where the person has obtained, before import, a permit or certificate that satisfies the requirements of the Convention and is granted by a competent authority in that country.

Exportation from Canada

 For the purposes of subsection 6(2) of the Act and in respect of exportation,

  • (a) animal means any specimen, whether living or dead,

    • (i) of any species of animal listed as “fauna” in an appendix to the Convention, and includes any egg, sperm, tissue culture or embryo of any such animal, and

    • (ii) of any wild species of the animal kingdom (kingdom Animalia), or any egg, sperm, tissue culture or embryo of any such animal, the transportation of which out of a province is regulated or prohibited by the province; and

  • (b) plant means any specimen, whether living or dead,

    • (i) of any species of plant listed as “flora” in an appendix to the Convention, and includes any seed, spore, pollen or tissue culture of any such plant, and

    • (ii) of any wild species of the plant kingdom (kingdom Plantae), or any seed, spore, pollen or tissue culture of any such plant, the transportation of which out of a province is regulated or prohibited by the province.

  •  (1) This section applies only in respect of animals and plants that are not listed as “fauna” or “flora” in any appendix to the Convention.

  • (2) A person who exports from Canada an animal or plant to which this section applies, or any part or derivative of any such animal or plant, is exempted from holding a permit issued under subsection 10(1) of the Act where the thing being exported is transported out of a province that does not prohibit such transportation and that

    • (a) allows such transportation only if the person has obtained a permit or certificate issued by a competent authority in the province that authorizes such transportation; or

    • (b) does not require provincial authorization for such transportation.

  •  (1) Every person who exports from Canada a live animal shall, where it is shipped by air, prepare it for shipment and ship it in accordance with the IATA Live Animals Regulations, 22nd edition, published in 1995 by the International Air Transport Association, as amended from time to time.

  • (2) Every person who exports from Canada a live animal or plant shall, where it is shipped by land, sea or, in the case of a live plant, air, prepare it for shipment and ship it in accordance with the Guidelines for Transport and Preparation for Shipment of Live Wild Animals and Plants, as amended from time to time, adopted in 1979 by the Conference of Parties to the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora and published in 1980 under the sponsorship of the United Nations Environment Programme.

Interprovincial Transport

 For the purposes of subsection 6(3) of the Act and in respect of a province into which an animal or plant is to be transported,

  • (a) animal means any specimen, whether living or dead, of any wild species of the animal kingdom (kingdom Animalia) the transportation of which into that province is regulated or prohibited by the province, and includes any egg, sperm, tissue culture or embryo of any such animal; and

  • (b) plant means any specimen, whether living or dead, of any wild species of the plant kingdom (kingdom Plantae) the transportation of which into that province is regulated or prohibited by the province, and includes any seed, spore, pollen or tissue culture of any such plant.

 An animal or plant, or any part or derivative of an animal or plant, is exempted from the operation of subsection 6(3) of the Act where all required provincial permits have been obtained.

 For the purposes of section 7 of the Act and in respect of a province out of which an animal or plant is to be transported,

  • (a) animal means any specimen, whether living or dead, of any wild species of the animal kingdom (kingdom Animalia) the transportation of which out of that province is regulated or prohibited by the province, and includes any egg, sperm, tissue culture or embryo of any such animal; and

  • (b) plant means any specimen, whether living or dead, of any wild species of the plant kingdom (kingdom Plantae) the transportation of which out of that province is regulated or prohibited by the province, and includes any seed, spore, pollen or tissue culture of any such plant.

Possession Exemptions

  •  (1) Every animal or plant listed as “fauna” or “flora” in Appendix I to the Convention, and any part or derivative of the animal or plant, is exempted from the operation of paragraph 8(c) of the Act where

    • (a) the person who possesses it establishes a reasonable probability that it or, in the case of a part or derivative, the animal or plant from which it comes, was taken from its habitat before July 3, 1975;

    • (b) the person who possesses it establishes a reasonable probability that it was legally imported into Canada; or

    • (c) the person who possesses it establishes a reasonable probability that the distributing of it or the offering to distribute it would be in accordance with any applicable federal and provincial laws that relate to the conservation and protection of the animal or plant.

  • (2) Every animal listed as “fauna” in Appendix I to the Convention, and any part or derivative of the animal, is exempted from the operation of paragraph 8(c) of the Act where the animal was bred in captivity or is part of a captive breeding program.

  • (3) Every plant listed as “flora” in Appendix I to the Convention, and any part or derivative of the plant, is exempted from the operation of paragraph 8(c) of the Act where the plant was artificially propagated or is part of an artificial propagation program.

  • (4) For the purpose of subsection (3), artificially propagated means grown from seeds, spores, pollens, tissue culture or other propagules under controlled conditions.

  • SOR/2017-123, s. 4

Exemptions

Interpretation

 The definitions in this section apply in this section and sections 15 to 19.

commercial purpose

commercial purpose means any activity related to the sale, offering for sale, purchase, trade or barter of any animal or plant, or any part or derivative of one, without regard to its quantity or weight, including

  • (a) any display, performance or exhibit of such a thing for gain or profit; and

  • (b) the use of any such thing for the purpose of soliciting sales. (fin commerciale)

customs officer

customs officer has the meaning assigned to the word officer in subsection 2(1) of the Customs Act. (agent des douanes)

household effect

household effect means a plant or dead animal, or a part or derivative of one, that is imported to or exported from Canada for other than commercial purposes and that

  • (a) is owned and possessed by an individual in the individual’s ordinary country of residence and that forms part of the individual’s household belongings that are being shipped to or from Canada, to the individual’s new residence; or

  • (b) forms part of an inheritance from an estate that is imported to or exported from Canada. (objet à usage domestique)

hunting trophy

hunting trophy means a dead animal or a part or derivative of one that an individual acquired and possessed through legal hunting. (trophée de chasse)

personal baggage

personal baggage means, where an individual uses a commercial passenger conveyance to enter or depart from Canada, all hand-carried items and all checked baggage of the individual and, where an individual uses any other type of conveyance to enter or depart from Canada, baggage that is being carried in or on the same vehicle, vessel or aircraft as the individual. (bagages personnels)

personal effect

personal effect means any of the following things that is imported into or exported from Canada for other than commercial purposes:

  • (a) a plant or dead animal, or a part or derivative of one, that is owned and possessed by an individual in the individual’s ordinary country of residence and that, at the time of its import or export, is part of the individual’s clothing or accessories or is contained in the individual’s personal baggage; and

  • (b) a tourist souvenir or a hunting trophy. (objet personnel)

pet

pet means a living animal that an individual owns as a personal pet and that is listed in Part I of Schedule I but not in Schedule II. (animal de compagnie)

tourist souvenir

tourist souvenir means a dead animal, other than a hunting trophy, or a dead plant, or a part or derivative of one, that is listed in column I of an item of Schedule I and in respect of which there is a reference to Appendix II or III of the Convention in column II of that item and that is being imported into their ordinary country of residence by an individual who acquired, owned and possessed it outside their ordinary country of residence during a sojourn from which they are returning. (souvenir de voyage)

  • SOR/2000-3, s. 1

Personal Effects and Household Effects

  •  (1) Subject to sections 16 and 18, an individual is exempt from holding an import or export permit issued under subsection 10(1) of the Act for any animal or plant, or any part or derivative of one, that is listed in Schedule I but not in Schedule II or Schedule III and that is a personal effect or a household effect, except

    • (a) in the case of a tourist souvenir, where it was acquired in a country where removal from the wild occurred and where that country requires the prior grant of an export permit before any export of it;

    • (b) in the case of the export of a dead plant or dead animal, or a part or derivative of one, other than feathers, that is raw, unprocessed, semi-processed or simply dried; and

    • (c) in the case of a hunting trophy other than one referred to in subsection (2).

  • (2) Subject to sections 16 and 18, an individual who is ordinarily resident in Canada or the United States is exempt from holding an import or export permit issued under subsection 10(1) of the Act for the export from Canada to the United States or the import into Canada from the United States of a hunting trophy that is in a fresh, frozen or salted condition and that was acquired and possessed by the individual through legal hunting, where the hunting trophy consists of

    • (a) the hide, the hide with paws and claws attached, the skull or meat, excluding organs, of a black bear (Ursus americanus); and

    • (b) the carcass or meat of a sandhill crane (Grus canadensis).

  • SOR/2000-3, s. 1

 The exemption referred to in subsection 15(1) does not apply in respect of the importation or exportation of sturgeon caviar by an individual, if the quantity of caviar being imported or exported is greater than 250 g per individual.

  • SOR/2000-3, s. 1

Pets

 Subject to section 18, an individual who is ordinarily resident in a country other than Canada and who imports a pet into Canada for other than commercial purposes and subsequently exports the pet from Canada is exempt from holding a permit issued under subsection 10(1) of the Act if

  • (a) the individual has obtained from the competent authority of the individual’s ordinary country of residence a permit, certificate or other written document authorizing the export from, and subsequent import into, that country of the pet; and

  • (b) the permit, certificate or other written document meets the requirements of the Convention and is in conformity with the resolutions passed by the Parties to the Convention regarding the movement of pets.

  • SOR/2000-3, s. 1

Exemption Conditions

  •  (1) An individual is exempted under subsection 15(1) or (2) from holding a permit under subsection 10(1) of the Act on the condition that the individual not sell or dispose of the plant or animal or the part or derivative of one that is the subject of the exemption within 90 days after the date of import or export, as the case may be.

  • (2) An individual is exempted under section 17 from holding a permit under subsection 10(1) of the Act on the condition that the individual not sell or dispose of the pet that is the subject of the exemption outside of the individual’s ordinary country of residence within 90 days after the date of import or export, as the case may be.

  • SOR/2000-3, s. 1

Declaration

  •  (1) Any individual who imports into Canada or exports from Canada an animal or plant, or a part or derivative of one, and who is exempt from holding a permit under these Regulations shall, on the request of an officer or a customs officer under subsection (2), make a declaration at the time of import or export on a form provided for that purpose by the Minister.

  • (2) The officer or customs officer shall request a declaration where the Minister requires it in order to obtain information relating to the implementation of the Convention.

  • (3) The declaration shall be signed by the importer or exporter and include the following information in respect of the imported or exported animal, plant, part or derivative:

    • (a) the name, street address and telephone number of the importer or exporter, as the case may be;

    • (b) a description of the animal, plant, part or derivative, in sufficient detail so as to permit it to be identified, including its common name and, if known, its scientific name, and, where applicable, a description of any thing that contains or is made up of the animal, plant, part or derivative;

    • (c) its number or quantity;

    • (d) its country of import or export, as the case may be;

    • (e) whether the animal, plant, part or derivative was acquired by the individual outside the individual’s ordinary country of residence during a sojourn from which they are returning and, if so, the name of the country in which it was acquired; and

    • (f) the date of import or export.

  • SOR/2000-3, s. 1

Labelling

 Where a person imports into Canada or exports from Canada any thing that is identified by a mark, label or accompanying document that indicates that the thing is an animal or plant, or a part or derivative of one, that is listed in Schedule I or II, that thing is, unless there is evidence that raises a reasonable doubt to the contrary, deemed to be the thing so identified.

  • SOR/2000-3, s. 1

Removal Notice

 For the purposes of subsection 18(1) of the Act, a removal notice shall contain the following information:

  • (a) the name, street address and telephone number of the importer;

  • (b) the name, street address and telephone number of the exporter;

  • (c) the provision of the Act or these Regulations that the officer believes has been contravened;

  • (d) a description of the thing to be removed; and

  • (e) the period of time within which the thing must be removed.

  • SOR/2000-3, s. 1

Removal Requirements

 An officer who requires the removal of all or part of a thing in accordance with subsection 18(1) of the Act shall require that the thing or part be inspected and, to the extent possible, marked and labelled, and that a place of export be indicated on the label or accompanying document.

  • SOR/2000-3, s. 1

Forfeiture

 For the purposes of paragraph 19(3)(a) of the Act, the period within which a thing must be removed is 90 days after the date of its detention under section 13 of the Act.

  • SOR/2000-3, s. 1

SCHEDULE I(Section 3, subsection 6(3), section 14, subsection 15(1) and section 20)Animals Listed as Fauna and Plants Listed as Flora in the Appendices to the Convention

  • 1 The following definitions apply in this Schedule.

    appropriate and acceptable destinations

    appropriate and acceptable destinations means destinations where

    • (a) the Scientific Authority, as defined in Article I of the Convention, of the State of import is satisfied that the proposed recipient of a living specimen is suitably equipped to house and care for it; and

    • (b) the Scientific Authorities of the State of import and the State of export are satisfied that the trade would promote in situ conservation. (destinataires appropriés et acceptables)

    artificially propagated

    artificially propagated means grown under controlled conditions from any seeds, cuttings, divisions, callus tissues or other plant tissues, spores or other propagules that are either exempt from the provisions of the Convention or have been derived from cultivated parental stock. (reproduit artificiellement)

    extract

    extract means any substance obtained directly from plant material by physical or chemical means regardless of the manufacturing process and may be solid (e.g. crystals, resin, fine or coarse particles), semi-solid (e.g. gums or waxes) or liquid (e.g. solutions, tinctures, oil or essential oils). (extrait)

    finished products packaged and ready for retail trade

    finished products packaged and ready for retail trade means products, shipped singly or in bulk, requiring no further processing, that are packaged and labelled for final use or the retail trade in a state fit for being sold to or used by the general public. (produits finis emballés et prêts pour le commerce de détail)

    powder

    powder means a dry, solid substance in the form of fine or coarse particles. (poudre)

    Secretariat

    Secretariat means the Secretariat described in Article XII of the Convention. (Secrétariat)

    Standing Committee

    Standing Committee means the standing committee formed by the Parties to the Convention to provide guidance to the Secretariat concerning the implementation of the Convention and to perform other functions assigned to it by the parties. (Comité permanent)

    wood chips

    wood chips means wood that has been reduced to small pieces. (copeaux de bois)

  • 2 Species that are included in the Appendices to the Convention and specified in this Schedule are referred to

    • (a) by the name of the species; or

    • (b) as being all of the species included in a higher taxon or designated part of a higher taxon.

  • 3 The abbreviation “spp.” is used to denote all species of a higher taxon.

  • 4 The following abbreviations are used to denote plant taxa below the level of species:

    • (a) “ssp.” is used to denote subspecies; and

    • (b) “var(s).” is used to denote variety (varieties).

  • 5 Hybrid animals that have in their recent lineage at least one specimen of species included in Appendix I or II to the Convention are subject to the provisions of the Convention just as if they were full species, even if the hybrid concerned is not specifically included in the Appendices to the Convention. If at least one of the animals in the recent lineage is of a species included in Appendix I to the Convention, the hybrids are treated as specimens of species included in Appendix I. If at least one of the animals in the recent lineage is of a species included in Appendix II to the Convention and no specimens in that lineage are included in Appendix I, the hybrids are treated as specimens of species included in Appendix II. For the purposes of this section, recent lineage means the last four generations.

  • 6 Because none of the species or higher taxa of FLORA (plants) included in Appendix I to the Convention is annotated to the effect that their hybrids are treated in accordance with the provisions of Article III of the Convention, artificially propagated hybrids produced from one or more of these species or taxa may be traded with a certificate of artificial propagation, and seeds and pollen (including pollinia), cut flowers, seedlings or tissue cultures of these hybrids that are obtained in vitro, in solid or liquid media, and are transported in sterile containers, are not subject to the provisions of the Convention.

  • 7 Other references to taxa higher than species are for the purposes of information or classification only.

  • 8 Only the Latin scientific nomenclature has legal status in this Schedule. The English and French common names are included for reference only. The Latin scientific nomenclature is based on the Checklist of CITES Species, compiled by the United Nations Environment Programme World Conservation Monitoring Centre, as amended from time to time. The Checklist has been adopted by the Conference of the Parties in Resolution Conf. 12.11 as an official digest of scientific names contained in the standard CITES references for species included in the Appendices to the Convention and also provides common names, where available, of animals and plants.

  • 9 The names of the countries listed in column III of Parts I or II of this Schedule are those of the Parties to the Convention that submitted the species or their national population of the species for inclusion in Appendix III to the Convention.

  • 10 When a species is included in one of the Appendices to the Convention, all parts and derivatives of the species are also included in the same Appendix unless the species is annotated to indicate that only specific parts and derivatives are included. The symbol “#” followed by a number placed against the name of a species or higher taxon included in Appendix II or III to the Convention refers to a footnote to Part II of this Schedule that indicates the parts or derivatives of plants that are designated as “specimens” subject to the provisions of the Convention in accordance with subparagraph (b)(iii) of Article I.

PART I/PARTIE I

Fauna/Fauna

Column I/

Colonne I

Column II/

Colonne II

Column III/

Colonne III

Column IV/

Colonne IV

Column V/

Colonne V

Item/

Article

Regulated Taxa/

Taxons réglementés

Appendix to the Convention/

Annexe de la Convention

Listing Country/

Pays d’inscription

English Common Name/

Nom commun anglais

French Common Name/

Nom commun français

1.0.0.0CHORDATA
1.1.0.0MAMMALIA
1.1.1.0ARTIODACTYLA
1.1.1.1Antilocapridae
  • (1) Antilocapra americana

(Only the population of Mexico; no other population is included in the Appendices to the Convention./Seulement la population du Mexique; aucune autre population n’est inscrite aux annexes de la Convention.)

IMexican pronghorn antelopeAntilope à fourche du Mexique
1.1.1.2Bovidae
  • (1) Addax nasomaculatus

IAddaxAddax à nez tacheté
  • (2) Ammotragus lervia

IIBarbary sheepAoudad
  • (3) Antilope cervicapra

IIINepal/Népal, PakistanBlackbuck antelopeAntilope cervicapre
  • (4) Bos gaurus

(Except the domesticated form, referenced as Bos frontalis, which is not subject to the provisions of the Convention./Sauf la forme domestiquée, appelée Bos frontalis, qui n’est pas soumise aux dispositions de la Convention.)

IGaurGaur

(Except the domesticated form, referenced as Bos grunniens, which is not subject to the provisions of the Convention./Sauf la forme domestiquée, appelée Bos grunniens, qui n’est pas soumise aux dispositions de la Convention.)

IWild yakYack sauvage
  • (6) Bos sauveli

IKoupreyKouprey
  • (7) Boselaphus tragocamelus

IIIPakistanNilgaiNilgaut
  • (8) Bubalus arnee

(Except the domesticated form, referenced as Bubalus bubalis, which is not subject to the provisions of the Convention./Sauf la forme domestiquée, appelée Bubalus bubalis, qui n’est pas soumise aux dispositions de la Convention.)

IIINepal/NépalWild Asiatic buffaloBuffle sauvage d’Asie
  • (9) Bubalus depressicornis

ILowland anoaAnoa des plaines
  • (10) Bubalus mindorensis

ITamarawTamarau
  • (11) Bubalus quarlesi

IMountain anoaAnoa des montagnes
  • (12) Budorcas taxicolor

IITakinTakin
  • (13) Capra caucasica

IIWestern turBouquetin du Caucase
  • (14) Capra falconeri

IMarkhorMarkhor
  • (15) Capra hircus aegagrus

(Except the domesticated form, which is not subject to the provisions of the Convention./Sauf la forme domestiquée, qui n’est pas soumise aux dispositions de la Convention.)

IIIPakistanGoatChèvre
  • (16) Capra sibirica

IIIPakistanSiberian ibexIbex de Sibérie
  • (17) Capricornis milneedwardsii

IChinese serowCapricorne de Milneedwards
  • (18) Capricornis rubidus

IRed serowCapricorne rouge
  • (19) Capricornis sumatraensis

ISumatra serowCapricorne de Sumatra
  • (20) Capricornis thar

IHimalayan serowCapricorne de l’Himalaya
  • (21) Cephalophus brookei

IIDuikerCéphalophe
  • (22) Cephalophus dorsalis

IIBay duikerCéphalophe à bande dorsale noire
  • (23) Cephalophus jentinki

IJentink’s duikerCéphalophe de Jentink
  • (24) Cephalophus ogilbyi

IIOgilby’s duikerCéphalophe d’Ogilby
  • (25) Cephalophus silvicultor

IIYellow-backed duikerCéphalophe à dos jaune
  • (26) Cephalophus zebra

IIZebra antelopeCéphalophe zébré
  • (27) Damaliscus pygargus pygargus

IIBontebokBontebok
  • (28) Gazella bennettii

IIIPakistanIndian gazelleGazelle d’Asie du Sud
  • (29) Gazella cuvieri

IMountain gazelleEdmi
  • (30) Gazella dorcas

IIIAlgeria, Tunisia/Algérie, TunisieDorcas gazelleDorcas
  • (31) Gazella leptoceros

ISlender-horned gazelleGazelle à cornes grêles
  • (32) Hippotragus niger variani

IGiant sable antelopeHippotrague noir géant
IILechweLechwe
  • (34) Naemorhedus baileyi

IRed goralGoral rouge
  • (35) Naemorhedus caudatus

ILong-tailed goralGoral à queue longue
  • (36) Naemorhedus goral

IHimalayan goralBouquetin du Népal
  • (37) Naemorhedus griseus

IChinese goralGoral de Chine
IDama gazelleGazelle dama
IScimitar-horned oryxOryx algazelle
IArabian oryxOryx d’Arabie

(Except the subspecies included in Appendix I to the Convention./Sauf les sous-espèces inscrites à l’Annexe I de la Convention.)

IIArgali sheepMouflon d’Asie
  • (42) Ovis ammon hodgsonii

ITibetan argaliMouflon des montagnes
  • (43) Ovis ammon nigrimontana

IKara-Tau argaliMouflon du Kazakhstan

(Except the subspecies included in Appendix I to the Convention, the subspecies O. a. isphahanica, O. a. laristanica, O. a. musimon and O. a. orientalis, which are not included in the Appendices to the Convention, and the domesticated form Ovis aries aries, which is not subject to the provisions of the Convention./Sauf les sous-espèces inscrites à l’Annexe I de la Convention, les sous-espèces O. a. isphahanica, O. a. laristanica, O. a. musimon et O. a. orientalis qui ne sont pas inscrites aux annexes de la Convention, et la forme domestiquée, appelée Ovis aries aries, qui n’est pas soumise aux dispositions de la Convention.)

IIUrialUrial
  • (45) Ovis aries ophion

ICyprian mouflonMouflon de Chypre
  • (46) Ovis aries vignei

ILadakh urialMouflon de Ladak
  • (47) Ovis canadensis

(Only the population of Mexico; no other population is included in the Appendices to the Convention./Seulement la population du Mexique; aucune autre population n’est inscrite aux annexes de la Convention.)

IIBighorn sheepMouflon d’Amérique
  • (48) Pantholops hodgsonii

ITibetan antelopeAntilope du Tibet
  • (49) Philantomba monticola

IIBlue duikerCéphalophe bleu
  • (50) Pseudois nayaur

IIIPakistanHimalayan blue sheepMouton bleu de l’Himalaya
  • (51) Pseudoryx nghetinhensis

IVu quang oxSaola
  • (52) Rupicapra pyrenaica ornata

IIAbruzzi chamoisChamois des Abruzzes
  • (53) Saiga borealis

IIMongolian saigaSaiga de Mongolie
  • (54) Saiga tatarica

IISaiga antelopeSaiga
  • (55) Tetracerus quadricornis

IIINepal/NépalFour-horned antelopeTétracère
1.1.1.3Camelidae
  • (1) Lama guanicoe

IIGuanacoGuanaco
  • (2) Vicugna vicugna

(Except the populations of: Argentina [the populations of the provinces of Jujuy and Catamarca and the semi-captive populations of the provinces of Jujuy, Salta, Catamarca, La Rioja and San Juan], Chile [population of the Primera Región], Ecuador [the whole population], Peru [the whole population] and the Plurinational State of Bolivia [the whole population], which are included in Appendix II to the Convention./Sauf les populations de l’Argentine [les populations des provinces de Jujuy et de Catamarca, et les populations semi-captives des provinces de Jujuy, Salta, Catamarca, La Rioja et San Juan], du Chili [population de Primera Región], de l’Équateur [toute la population], de l’État plurinational de la Bolivie [toute la population] et du Pérou [toute la population], qui sont inscrites à l’Annexe II de la Convention.)

IVicugnaVigogne
  • (3) Vicugna vicugna

(Only the populations of Argentina [the populations of the provinces of Jujuy and Catamarca and the semi-captive populations of the provinces of Jujuy, Salta, Catamarca, La Rioja and San Juan], Chile [population of the Primera Región], Ecuador [the whole population], Peru [the whole population] and the Plurinational State of Bolivia [the whole population]; all other populations are included in Appendix I to the Convention.Footnote for / /1/Seulement les populations de l’Argentine [les populations des provinces de Jujuy et de Catamarca et les populations semi-captives des provinces de Jujuy, Salta, Catamarca, La Rioja et San Juan], du Chili [population de Primera Región], de l’Équateur [toute la population], de l’État plurinational de la Bolivie [toute la population] et du Pérou [toute la population]; toutes les autres populations sont inscrites à l’Annexe I de la Convention.Footnote for / /1)

IIVicugnaVigogne
1.1.1.4Cervidae
  • (1) Axis calamianensis

ICalamian deerCerf calamian
  • (2) Axis kuhlii

IBawean Kuhl’s deerCerf de Kuhl
  • (3) Axis porcinus

(Except the subspecies included in Appendix I to the Convention./Sauf la sous-espèce inscrite à l’Annexe I de la Convention.)

IIIPakistanIndian hog deerCerf cochon
  • (4) Axis porcinus annamiticus

IGanges hog deerCerf cochon du Gange
  • (5) Blastocerus dichotomus

IMarsh deerCerf des marais
  • (6) Cervus elaphus bactrianus

IIBactrian red deerCerf rouge du Turkestan
  • (7) Cervus elaphus barbarus

IIIAlgeria, Tunisia/Algérie, TunisieBarbary deerCerf rouge
  • (8) Cervus elaphus hanglu

IKashmir stagCerf du Cachemire
  • (9) Dama dama mesopotamica

IPersian fallow deerDaim persan
  • (10) Hippocamelus spp.

IAndean deersCerfs des Andes
  • (11) Mazama temama cerasina

IIIGuatemalaRed brocket deerDaguet rouge
  • (12) Muntiacus crinifrons

IBlack muntjacMuntjac noir
  • (13) Muntiacus vuquangensis

IGiant muntjacMuntjac géant
  • (14) Odocoileus virginianus mayensis

IIIGuatemalaGuatemalan white-tailed deerCerf à queue blanche du Guatemala
  • (15) Ozotoceros bezoarticus

IPampas deerCerf des Pampas
  • (16) Pudu mephistophiles

IINorthern puduPudu du Nord
IChilean puduPudu du Sud
  • (18) Rucervus duvaucelii

IBarasinghaBarasinga
  • (19) Rucervus eldii

IEld’s deerCerf d’Eld
1.1.1.5Hippopotamidae
  • (1) Hexaprotodon liberiensis

IIPygmy hippopotamusHippopotame nain
  • (2) Hippopotamus amphibius

IIHippopotamusHippopotame amphibie
1.1.1.6Moschidae
  • (1) Moschus spp.

(Only the populations of Afghanistan, Bhutan, India, Myanmar, Nepal and Pakistan; all other populations are included in Appendix II to the Convention./Seulement les populations de l’Afghanistan, du Bhoutan, de l’Inde, du Myanmar, du Népal et du Pakistan; toutes les autres populations sont inscrites à l’Annexe II de la Convention.)

IMusk deerPorte-musc
  • (2) Moschus spp.

(Except the populations of Afghanistan, Bhutan, India, Myanmar, Nepal and Pakistan, which are included in Appendix I to the Convention./Sauf les populations de l’Afghanistan, du Bhoutan, de l’Inde, du Myanmar, du Népal et du Pakistan, qui sont inscrites à l’Annexe I de la Convention.)

IIMusk deerPorte-musc
1.1.1.7Suidae
  • (1) Babyrousa babyrussa

IBabirusaBabiroussa
  • (2) Babyrousa bolabatuensis

IBola Batu babirusaBabiroussa des Célèbes
  • (3) Babyrousa celebensis

INorth Sulawesi babirusaBabiroussa des Célèbes
  • (4) Babyrousa togeanensis

IMalenge babirusaBabiroussa de l’île Togian
  • (5) Sus salvanius

IPygmy hogSanglier nain
1.1.1.8Tayassuidae
  • (1) Tayassuidae spp.

(Except the species included in Appendix I to the Convention and the populations of Pecari tajacu of Mexico and the United States of America, which are not included in the Appendices to the Convention./Sauf les espèces inscrites à l’Annexe I de la Convention et les populations de Pecari tajacu des États-Unis d’Amérique et du Mexique, qui ne sont pas inscrites aux annexes de la Convention.)

IIPeccariesPécaris
  • (2) Catagonus wagneri

IGiant peccaryPécari géant
1.1.2.0CARNIVORA
1.1.2.1Ailuridae
  • (1) Ailurus fulgens

IRed pandaPetit panda
1.1.2.2Canidae
  • (1) Canis aureus

IIIIndia/IndeGolden jackalChacal commun
  • (2) Canis lupus

(Only the populations of Bhutan, India, Nepal and Pakistan; all other populations are included in Appendix II to the Convention. Excludes the domesticated form and the dingo, which are referenced as Canis lupus familiaris and Canis lupus dingo, respectively, which are not subject to the provisions of the Convention./Seulement les populations du Bhoutan, de l’Inde, du Népal et du Pakistan; toutes les autres populations sont inscrites à l’Annexe II de la Convention. Exclut la forme domestiquée et le dingo, appelés Canis lupus familiaris et Canis lupus dingo, qui ne sont pas soumis aux dispositions de la Convention.)

IWolfLoup
  • (3) Canis lupus

(Except for the populations of Bhutan, India, Nepal and Pakistan, which are included in Appendix I to the Convention. Also excludes the domesticated form and the dingo, which are referenced as Canis lupus familiaris and Canis lupus dingo, respectively, which are not subject to the provisions of the Convention./Sauf les populations du Bhoutan, de l’Inde, du Népal et du Pakistan, qui sont inscrites à l’Annexe I de la Convention, ainsi que la forme domestiquée et le dingo, appelés Canis lupus familiaris et Canis lupus dingo, qui ne sont pas soumis aux dispositions de la Convention.)

IIWolfLoup
  • (4) Cerdocyon thous

IIForest foxRenard crabier
  • (5) Chrysocyon brachyurus

IIManed wolfLoup à crinière
  • (6) Cuon alpinus

IIAsiatic wild dogChien sauvage d’Asie
  • (7) Lycalopex culpaeus

IISouth American foxRenard Colfeo
  • (8) Lycalopex fulvipes

IIDarwin’s foxRenard de Darwin
  • (9) Lycalopex griseus

IIArgentine grey foxRenard gris de l’Argentine
  • (10) Lycalopex gymnocercus

IIPampas foxRenard d’Azara
  • (11) Speothos venaticus

IBush dogChien des buissons
  • (12) Vulpes bengalensis

IIIIndia/IndeBengal foxRenard du Bengale
IIAfghan foxRenard d’Afghanistan
  • (14) Vulpes vulpes griffithi

IIIIndia/IndeKashmir foxRenard roux
  • (15) Vulpes vulpes montana

IIIIndia/IndeTibetan foxRenard roux
  • (16) Vulpes vulpes pusilla

IIIIndia/IndeLittle red foxRenard roux
IIFennec foxFennec
1.1.2.3Eupleridae
  • (1) Cryptoprocta ferox

IIFossaFoussa
  • (2) Eupleres goudotii

IISlender falanoucEuplère de Goudot
  • (3) Fossa fossana

IIFanalokaCivette fossane
1.1.2.4Felidae
  • (1) Felidae spp.

(Except the species included in Appendix I to the Convention. Specimens of the domesticated form are not subject to the provisions of the Convention. For Panthera leo (African populations): a zero annual export quota is established for specimens of bones, bone pieces, bone products, claws, skeletons, skulls and teeth removed from the wild and traded for commercial purposes. Annual export quotas for trade in bones, bone pieces, bone products, claws, skeletons, skulls and teeth for commercial purposes, derived from captive breeding operations in South Africa, will be established and communicated annually to the Secretariat./Sauf les espèces inscrites à l’Annexe I de la Convention. Les spécimens de la forme domestiquée ne sont pas soumis aux dispositions de la Convention. Pour Panthera leo (populations africaines) : un quota annuel d’exportation de zéro est établi pour les spécimens d’os, morceaux d’os, produits d’os, griffes, squelettes, crânes et dents prélevés dans la nature et exportés à des fins commerciales. Des quotas annuels d’exportation pour le commerce d’os, morceaux d’os, produits d’os, griffes, squelettes, crânes et dents à des fins commerciales, résultant de l’activité d’élevage en captivité en Afrique du Sud seront établis et communiqués chaque année au Secrétariat.)

IICatsFélidés, chats
  • (2) Acinonyx jubatus

(Annual export quotas for live specimens and hunting trophies are granted as follows: Botswana: 5; Namibia: 150; Zimbabwe: 50. The trade in such specimens is subject to the provisions of Article III of the Convention./Des quotas d’exportation annuels pour les specimens d’animaux vivants et de trophées de chasse sont ainsi alloués : Botswana : 5; Namibie : 150; Zimbabwe : 50. Le commerce de ces spécimens est soumis aux dispositions de l’Article III de la Convention.)

ICheetahGuépard
  • (3) Caracal caracal

(Only the population of Asia; all other populations are included in Appendix II to the Convention./Seulement la population de l’Asie; toutes les autres populations sont inscrites à l’Annexe II de la Convention.)

ICaracalCaracal
  • (4) Catopuma temminckii

IAsiatic golden catChat doré d’Asie
  • (5) Felis nigripes

IBlack-footed catChat à pieds noirs
  • (6) Leopardus geoffroyi

IGeoffroy’s catChat de Geoffroy
  • (7) Leopardus jacobitus

IAndean catChat des Andes
  • (8) Leopardus pardalis

IOcelotOcelot
  • (9) Leopardus tigrinus

ILittle spotted catChat-tigre tacheté
  • (10) Leopardus wiedii

IMargayMargay
ISpanish lynxLynx d’Espagne
  • (12) Neofelis nebulosa

IClouded leopardPanthère longibande
  • (13) Panthera leo persica

IAsiatic lionLion d’Asie
IJaguarJaguar
  • (15) Panthera pardus

ILeopardLéopard
  • (16) Panthera tigris

ITigerTigre
  • (17) Pardofelis marmorata

IMarbled catChat marbré
  • (18) Prionailurus bengalensis bengalensis

(Only the populations of Bangladesh, India and Thailand; all other populations are included in Appendix II to the Convention./Seulement les populations du Bangladesh, de l’Inde et de la Thaïlande; toutes les autres populations sont inscrites à l’Annexe II de la Convention.)

ILeopard catChat-léopard
  • (19) Prionailurus planiceps

IFlat-headed catChat à tête plate
  • (20) Prionailurus rubiginosus

(Only the population of India; all other populations are included in Appendix II to the Convention./Seulement la population de l’Inde; toutes les autres populations sont inscrites à l’Annexe II de la Convention.)

IRusty-spotted catChat rougeâtre
  • (21) Puma concolor costaricensis

ICentral American pumaPuma d’Amérique centrale
  • (22) Puma yagouaroundi

(Only the populations of Central and North America; all other populations are included in Appendix II to the Convention./Seulement les populations de l’Amérique centrale et de l’Amérique du Nord; toutes les autres populations sont inscrites à l’Annexe II de la Convention.)

IJaguarundiJaguarundi
ISnow leopardLéopard des neiges
1.1.2.5Herpestidae
  • (1) Herpestes edwardsi

IIIIndia/Inde, PakistanIndian gray mongooseMangouste d’Edwards
  • (2) Herpestes fuscus

IIIIndia/IndeIndian brown mongooseMangouste brune de l’Inde
  • (3) Herpestes javanicus

IIIPakistanSmall Asian mongoosePetite mangouste indienne
  • (4) Herpestes javanicus auropunctatus

IIIIndia/IndeGold-spotted mongooseMangouste tachetée de l’Inde
  • (5) Herpestes smithii

IIIIndia/IndeRuddy mongooseMangouste vermeille
  • (6) Herpestes urva

IIIIndia/IndeCrab-eating mongooseMangouste crabière
  • (7) Herpestes vitticollis

IIIIndia/IndeStripe-necked mongooseMangouste à cou rayé
1.1.2.6Hyaenidae
  • (1) Hyaena hyaena

IIIPakistanStriped hyenaHyène rayée
  • (2) Proteles cristata

IIIBotswanaAardwolfLoup fouisseur
1.1.2.7Mephitidae
  • (1) Conepatus humboldtii

IIPatagonian skunkMouffette de Patagonie
1.1.2.8Mustelidae (Lutrinae)
  • (1) Lutrinae spp.

(Except the species included in Appendix I to the Convention./Sauf les espèces inscrites à l’Annexe I de la Convention.)

IIOttersLoutres
  • (2) Aonyx capensis microdon

(Only the populations of Cameroon and Nigeria; all other populations are included in Appendix II to the Convention./Seulement les populations du Cameroun et du Nigéria; toutes les autres populations sont inscrites à l’Annexe II de la Convention.)

ISmall-toothed clawless otterLoutre à joues blanches du Cameroun
  • (3) Enhydra lutris nereis

ISouthern sea otterLoutre de mer méridionale
  • (4) Lontra felina

IMarine otterLoutre de mer
  • (5) Lontra longicaudis

IChilean otterLoutre à longue queue
  • (6) Lontra provocax

IChilean river otterLoutre du Chili
  • (7) Lutra lutra

IEuropean otterLoutre commune
  • (8) Lutra nippon

IJapanese otterLoutre japonaise
  • (9) Pteronura brasiliensis

IGiant otterLoutre géante
1.1.2.9Mustelidae (Mustelinae)
  • (1) Eira barbara

IIIHondurasTayraTayra
  • (2) Galictis vittata

IIICosta RicaGrisonGrison
  • (3) Martes flavigula

IIIIndia/IndeYellow-throated South Indian martenMartre à gorge jaune de l’Inde du Sud
  • (4) Martes foina intermedia

IIIIndia/IndeBeech martenMartre fouine
  • (5) Martes gwatkinsii

IIIIndia/IndeNilgiri martenMartre de l’Inde du Sud
  • (6) Mellivora capensis

IIIBotswanaRatelRatel
  • (7) Mustela altaica

IIIIndia/IndeMountain weaselBelette de montagne
  • (8) Mustela erminea ferghanae

IIIIndia/IndeErmineHermine
  • (9) Mustela kathiah

IIIIndia/IndeYellow-bellied weaselBelette à ventre jaune
  • (10) Mustela nigripes

IBlack-footed ferretPutois à pieds noirs
  • (11) Mustela sibirica

IIIIndia/IndeSiberian weaselBelette de Sibérie
1.1.2.10Odobenidae
  • (1) Odobenus rosmarus

IIICanadaWalrusMorse
1.1.2.11Otariidae
  • (1) Arctocephalus spp.

(Except the species included in Appendix I to the Convention./Sauf l’espèce inscrite à l’Annexe I de la Convention.)

IISouthern fur sealsOtaries à fourrure australe
  • (2) Arctocephalus townsendi

IGuadalupe fur sealOtarie à fourrure d’Amérique
1.1.2.12Phocidae
  • (1) Mirounga leonina

IISouthern elephant sealÉléphant de mer du Sud
  • (2) Monachus spp.

IMonk sealsPhoques-moines
1.1.2.13Procyonidae
  • (1) Bassaricyon gabbii

IIICosta RicaBushy-tailed olingoOlingo
  • (2) Bassariscus sumichrasti

IIICosta RicaCentral American cacomistleBassarai rusé
  • (3) Nasua narica

IIIHondurasWhite-nosed coatiCoati à museau blanc
  • (4) Nasua nasua solitaria

IIIUruguayCoatimundiCoati de montagne
  • (5) Potos flavus

IIIHondurasKinkajouPoto
1.1.2.14Ursidae
  • (1) Ursidae spp.

(Except the species included in Appendix I to the Convention./Sauf les espèces inscrites à l’Annexe I de la Convention.)

IIBearsOurs
  • (2) Ailuropoda melanoleuca

IGiant pandaPanda géant
  • (3) Helarctos malayanus

ISun bearOurs malais
  • (4) Melursus ursinus

ISloth bearOurs de l’Inde
  • (5) Tremarctos ornatus

ISpectacled bearOurs à lunettes
  • (6) Ursus arctos

(Only the populations of Bhutan, China, Mexico and Mongolia; all other populations are included in Appendix II to the Convention./Seulement les populations du Bhoutan, de la Chine, du Mexique et de la Mongolie; toutes les autres populations sont inscrites à l’Annexe II de la Convention.)

IGrizzlyGrizzli
  • (7) Ursus arctos isabellinus

IHimalayan brown bearOurs brun
  • (8) Ursus thibetanus

IHimalayan black bearOurs à collier
1.1.2.15Viverridae
  • (1) Arctictis binturong

IIIIndia/IndeBinturongBinturong
  • (2) Civettictis civetta

IIIBotswanaAfrican civetCivette d’Afrique
  • (3) Cynogale bennettii

IIOtter civetCivette-loutre de Sumatra
  • (4) Hemigalus derbyanus

IIBanded palm civetCivette palmiste à bandes
  • (5) Paguma larvata

IIIIndia/IndeMasked palm civetCivette palmiste à masque
  • (6) Paradoxurus hermaphroditus

IIIIndia/IndeCommon palm civetCivette palmiste hermaphrodite
  • (7) Paradoxurus jerdoni

IIIIndia/IndeJerdon’s palm civetCivette palmiste de Jerdon
  • (8) Prionodon linsang

IIBanded linsangLinsang à bandes
  • (9) Prionodon pardicolor

ISpotted linsangLinsang tacheté
  • (10) Viverra civettina

IIIIndia/IndeLarge spotted civetCivette à grandes taches
  • (11) Viverra zibetha

IIIIndia/IndeLarge Indian civetGrande civette de l’Inde
  • (12) Viverricula indica

IIIIndia/IndeSmall Indian civetCivette de l’Inde
1.1.3.0CETACEA
  • (1) CETACEA spp.

(Except the species included in Appendix I to the Convention. A zero annual export quota has been established for live specimens from the Black Sea population of Tursiops truncatus removed from the wild and traded for primarily commercial purposes./Sauf les espèces inscrites à l’Annexe I de la Convention. Un quota annuel d’exportation de zéro a été établi pour les spécimens vivants de la population de Tursiops truncatus de la mer Noire prélevés dans la nature pour des transactions principalement commerciales.)

IIWhales, dolphins, porpoisesBaleines, dauphins, marsouins
1.1.3.1Balaenidae
  • (1) Balaena mysticetus

IBowhead whaleBaleine boréale
  • (2) Eubalaena spp.

IRight whalesBaleines franches
1.1.3.2Balaenopteridae
  • (1) Balaenoptera acutorostrata

(Except the population of West Greenland, which is included in Appendix II to the Convention./Sauf la population du Groenland occidental, qui est inscrite à l’Annexe II de la Convention.)

IMinke whalePetit rorqual
  • (2) Balaenoptera bonaerensis

IAntarctic minke whalePetit rorqual
  • (3) Balaenoptera borealis

ISei whaleRorqual boréal
  • (4) Balaenoptera edeni

IBryde’s whaleBalénoptère de Bryde
  • (5) Balaenoptera musculus

IBlue whaleRorqual bleu
  • (6) Balaenoptera omurai

IOmura’s whaleRorqual d’Omura
  • (7) Balaenoptera physalus

IFin whaleRorqual commun
  • (8) Megaptera novaeangliae

IHumpback whaleRorqual à bosse
1.1.3.3Delphinidae
  • (1) Orcaella brevirostris

IIrrawaddy dolphinOrcelle
  • (2) Orcaella heinsohni

IAustralian snubfin dolphinDauphin à aileron retroussé d’Australie
  • (3) Sotalia spp.

IWhite dolphinsDauphins blancs
  • (4) Sousa spp.

IHumpback dolphinsDauphins à bosse
1.1.3.4Eschrichtiidae
  • (1) Eschrichtius robustus

IGray whaleBaleine grise
1.1.3.5Iniidae
  • (1) Lipotes vexillifer

IChinese river dolphinDauphin d’eau douce de Chine
1.1.3.6Neobalaenidae
  • (1) Caperea marginata

IPygmy right whaleBaleine franche naine
1.1.3.7Phocoenidae
  • (1) Neophocaena asiaeorientalis

INarrow-ridged finless porpoiseMarsouin aptère
  • (2) Neophocaena phocaenoides

IBlack finless porpoiseMarsouin noir
  • (3) Phocoena sinus

IGulf of California harbour porpoiseMarsouin du Pacifique
1.1.3.8Physeteridae
  • (1) Physeter macrocephalus

ISperm whaleCachalot macrocéphale
1.1.3.9Platanistidae
  • (1) Platanista spp.

IGanges dolphinsDauphins du Gange
1.1.3.10Ziphiidae
  • (1) Berardius spp.

IGiant bottlenose whalesGrandes baleines à bec
  • (2) Hyperoodon spp.

IBottlenose whalesBaleines à bec
1.1.4.0CHIROPTERA
1.1.4.1Phyllostomidae
  • (1) Platyrrhinus lineatus

IIIUruguayWhite-lined batSténoderme pseudo-vampire
1.1.4.2Pteropodidae
  • (1) Acerodon spp.

(Except the species included in Appendix I to the Convention./Sauf les espèces inscrites à l’Annexe I de la Convention.)

IIFlying foxesRoussettes
  • (2) Acerodon jubatus

IGolden-capped fruit batRoussette à couronne dorée
  • (3) Pteropus spp.

(Except the species included in Appendix I to the Convention and Pteropus brunneus, which is not included in the Appendices to the Convention./Sauf les espèces inscrites à l’Annexe I de la Convention et Pteropus brunneus, qui n’est pas inscrite aux annexes de la Convention.)

IIFlying foxesRoussettes
  • (4) Pteropus insularis

ITruk flying foxRoussette des îles Truk
  • (5) Pteropus loochoensis

IJapanese flying foxRoussette d’Okinawa
  • (6) Pteropus mariannus

IMarianas flying foxRoussette des îles Mariannes
  • (7) Pteropus molossinus

IPonape flying foxRoussette de Ponape
  • (8) Pteropus pelewensis

IPalau flying foxRoussette des Palaos
  • (9) Pteropus pilosus

ILarge Palau flying foxRoussette des Palaos
  • (10) Pteropus samoensis

ISamoan flying foxRoussette des îles Samoa
  • (11) Pteropus tonganus

IInsular flying foxRoussette des îles Tonga
  • (12) Pteropus ualanus

IKosrae flying foxRoussette de Kosrae
  • (13) Pteropus yapensis

IYap flying foxRoussette de Yap
1.1.5.0CINGULATA
1.1.5.1Dasypodidae
  • (1) Cabassous centralis

IIICosta RicaNorthern naked-tailed armadilloTatou épineux
  • (2) Cabassous tatouay

IIIUruguayNaked-tailed armadilloTatou à queue nue
  • (3) Chaetophractus nationi

(A zero annual export quota has been established. All specimens are deemed to be specimens of species included in Appendix I to the Convention and the trade in them is regulated accordingly./Un quota annuel d’exportation de zéro a été établi. Tous les spécimens sont considérés comme des spécimens d’espèces inscrites à l’Annexe I de la Convention et leur commerce est réglementé en conséquence.)

IIHairy armadilloTatou
  • (4) Priodontes maximus

IGiant armadilloTatou géant
1.1.6.0DASYUROMORPHIA
1.1.6.1Dasyuridae
  • (1) Sminthopsis longicaudata

ILong-tailed marsupial-mouseSouris marsupiale à longue queue
  • (2) Sminthopsis psammophila

ILarge desert marsupial-mouseSouris marsupiale du désert
1.1.7.0DIPROTODONTIA
1.1.7.1Macropodidae
  • (1) Dendrolagus inustus

IIGrizzled tree kangarooKangourou arboricole gris
  • (2) Dendrolagus ursinus

IIBlack tree kangarooKangourou arboricole noir
  • (3) Lagorchestes hirsutus

IWestern hare-wallabyWallaby-lièvre de l’ouest
  • (4) Lagostrophus fasciatus

IBanded hare-wallabyWallaby-lièvre rayé
  • (5) Onychogalea fraenata

IBridled nail-tailed wallabyWallaby bridé
1.1.7.2Phalangeridae
  • (1) Phalanger intercastellanus

IIEastern common cuscusCouscous commun de l’Est
  • (2) Phalanger mimicus

IICryptic cuscusCouscous commun du Sud
  • (3) Phalanger orientalis

IIGrey cuscusCouscous gris
  • (4) Spilocuscus kraemeri

IIAdmiralty cuscusCouscous de l’ïle de l’Amirauté
  • (5) Spilocuscus maculatus

IISpotted cuscusCouscous tacheté
  • (6) Spilocuscus papuensis

IIWaigeo cuscusCouscous Waigeou
1.1.7.3Potoroidae
  • (1) Bettongia spp.

IRat-kangaroosBettongies
1.1.7.4Vombatidae
  • (1) Lasiorhinus krefftii

IQueensland hairy-nosed wombatWombat à nez poilu
1.1.8.0LAGOMORPHA
1.1.8.1Leporidae
  • (1) Caprolagus hispidus

IHispid Assam rabbitLapin de l’Assam
  • (2) Romerolagus diazi

IVolcano rabbitLapin des volcans
1.1.9.0MONOTREMATA
1.1.9.1Tachyglossidae
  • (1) Zaglossus spp.

IILong-nosed spiny anteatersÉchidnés à bec courbé
1.1.10.0PERAMELEMORPHIA
1.1.10.1Peramelidae
  • (1) Perameles bougainville

IWestern barred-bandicootBandicoot de Bougainville
1.1.10.2Thylacomyidae
  • (1) Macrotis lagotis

IGreater rabbit-eared bandicootGrand bandicoot-lapin
1.1.11.0PERISSODACTYLA
1.1.11.1Equidae
  • (1) Equus africanus

(Except the domesticated form, referenced as Equus asinus, which is not subject to the provisions of the Convention./Sauf la forme domestiquée, appelée Equus asinus, qui n’est pas soumise aux dispositions de la Convention.)

IAfrican wild assÂne sauvage de l’Afrique
  • (2) Equus grevyi

IGrevy’s zebraZèbre de Grevy
  • (3) Equus hemionus

(Except the subspecies included in Appendix I to the Convention./Sauf les sous-espèces inscrites à l’Annexe I de la Convention.)

IIAsiatic wild assHémippe
  • (4) Equus hemionus hemionus

IMongolian wild assÂne sauvage de Mongolie
  • (5) Equus hemionus khur

IIndian wild assÂne sauvage de l’Inde
  • (6) Equus kiang

IIKiangÂne sauvage du Tibet
  • (7) Equus przewalskii

IPrzewalski’s horseCheval de Przewalski
  • (8) Equus zebra hartmannae

IIHartman’s mountain zebraZèbre de montagne
  • (9) Equus zebra zebra

IICape Mountain zebraZèbre de montagne du Cap
1.1.11.2Rhinocerotidae
  • (1) Rhinocerotidae spp.

(Except the subspecies included in Appendix II to the Convention./Sauf les sous-espèces inscrites à l’Annexe II de la Convention.)

IRhinocerosesRhinocéros
  • (2) Ceratotherium simum simum

(Only the populations of South Africa and Swaziland; all other populations are included in Appendix I to the Convention. For the exclusive purpose of allowing international trade in live animals to appropriate and acceptable destinations and in hunting trophies. All other specimens are deemed to be specimens of species included in Appendix I to the Convention, and the trade in them is regulated accordingly./Seulement les populations d’Afrique du Sud et du Swaziland; toutes les autres populations sont inscrites à l’Annexe I de la Convention. À seule fin de permettre le commerce international d’animaux vivants vers des destinataires appropriés et acceptables et celui de trophées de chasse. Tous les autres spécimens sont considérés comme des spécimens d’espèces inscrites à l’Annexe I de la Convention et leur commerce est réglementé en conséquence.)

IISouthern white rhinocerosRhinocéros blanc du Sud
1.1.11.3Tapiridae
  • (1) Tapiridae spp.

(Except the species included in Appendix II to the Convention./Sauf les espèces inscrites à l’Annexe II de la Convention.)

ITapirsTapirs
  • (2) Tapirus terrestris

IIBrazilian tapirTapir d’Amérique
1.1.12.0PHOLIDOTA
1.1.12.1Manidae
  • (1) Manis spp.

(Except the species included in Appendix I to the Convention./Sauf les espèces inscrites à l’Annexe I de la Convention.)

IIPangolinsPangolins
  • (2) Manis crassicaudata

IIndian pangolinGrand pangolin de l’Inde, Pangolin à grosse queue
  • (3) Manis culionensis

IPhilippine pangolinPangolin des Philippines
  • (4) Manis gigantea

IGiant pangolinPangolin géant, Grand pangolin
  • (5) Manis javanica

ISunda pangolinPangolin malais, Pangolin javanais
  • (6) Manis pentadactyla

IChinese pangolinPangolin de Chine, Pangolin à queue courte
  • (7) Manis temminckii

ISouth African pangolinPangolin de Temminck, Pangolin terrestre du Cap
  • (8) Manis tetradactyla

ILong-tailed pangolinPangolin à longue queue, Pangolin tétradactyle
  • (9) Manis tricuspis

IWhite-bellied pangolinPangolin à écailles tricuspides, Pangolin commun
1.1.13.0PILOSA
1.1.13.1Bradypodidae
  • (1) Bradypus pygmaeus

IIPygmy three-toed slothParesseux nain
  • (2) Bradypus variegatus

IIBolivian three-toed slothParesseux tridactyle de Bolivie
1.1.13.2Megalonychidae
  • (1) Choloepus hoffmanni

IIICosta RicaHoffmann’s two-toed slothUnau d’Hoffmann
1.1.13.3Myrmecophagidae
  • (1) Myrmecophaga tridactyla

IIGiant anteaterGrand fourmilier
  • (2) Tamandua mexicana

IIIGuatemalaNorthern TamanduaFourmilier à collier
1.1.14.0PRIMATES
  • (1) PRIMATES spp.

(Except the species included in Appendix I to the Convention./Sauf les espèces inscrites à l’Annexe I de la Convention.)

IIApes, monkeysPrimates
1.1.14.1Atelidae
  • (1) Alouatta coibensis

IMantled howler monkeySinge hurleur à manteau
  • (2) Alouatta palliata

IMantled howler monkeySinge hurleur à manteau
  • (3) Alouatta pigra

IGuatemalan howler monkeyHurleur du Guatemala
  • (4) Ateles geoffroyi frontatus

IBlack-handed spider monkeySinge-araignée aux mains noires
  • (5) Ateles geoffroyi ornatus

IPanama spider monkey, Red spider monkeyAtèle de Geoffroy du Panama, Atèle du Panama
  • (6) Brachyteles arachnoides

IWoolly spider monkeySinge-araignée laineux
  • (7) Brachyteles hypoxanthus

INorthern muriquiSinge
  • (8) Oreonax flavicauda

IYellow-tailed woolly monkeySinge laineux à queue jaune
1.1.14.2Cebidae
  • (1) Callimico goeldii

IGoeldi marmosetTamarin de Goeldi
  • (2) Callithrix aurita

IWhite-eared marmosetOuistiti oreillard
  • (3) Callithrix flaviceps

IBuff-headed marmosetOuistiti à tête jaune
  • (4) Leontopithecus spp.

IGolden lion marmosetsSinges-lions
  • (5) Saguinus bicolor

IBare-faced tamarinTamarin bicolore
  • (6) Saguinus geoffroyi

IGeoffroy’s tamarinTamarin de Geoffroy
  • (7) Saguinus leucopus

IWhite-footed tamarinTamarin à pieds blancs
  • (8) Saguinus martinsi

IMartin’s bare-faced tamarinTamarin
  • (9) Saguinus oedipus

ICrested tamarinTamarin à perruque
  • (10) Saimiri oerstedii

IRed-backed squirrel monkeySinge écureuil à dos rouge
1.1.14.3Cercopithecidae
  • (1) Cercocebus galeritus

ICrested mangabeyCercocèbe à crète
  • (2) Cercopithecus diana

IDiana monkeyCercopithèque diane
  • (3) Cercopithecus roloway

IRoloway monkeyCercopithèque diane
  • (4) Macaca silenus

ILion-tailed macaqueMacaque Ouandérou
  • (5) Macaca sylvanus

IBarbary macaqueMacaque de Gibraltar
  • (6) Mandrillus leucophaeus

IDrillDrill
  • (7) Mandrillus sphinx

IMandrillMandrill
  • (8) Nasalis larvatus

IProboscis monkeyNasique
  • (9) Piliocolobus kirkii

IZanzibar red colobusColobe roux de Zanzibar
  • (10) Piliocolobus rufomitratus

ITana River red colobusColobe roux de la Tana
  • (11) Presbytis potenziani

IMentawi leaf monkeySemnopithèque de Mentawi
  • (12) Pygathrix spp.

IDoucsDoucs
  • (13) Rhinopithecus spp.

ISnub-nosed monkeysRhinopithèques
  • (14) Semnopithecus ajax

IKashmir grey langurLangur gris cachemire
  • (15) Semnopithecus dussumieri

ISouthern Plains grey langurSemnopithèque de Dussumier
  • (16) Semnopithecus entellus

INorthern Plains grey langurEntelle de l’Inde
  • (17) Semnopithecus hector

ITarai grey langurLangur gris de Tarai
  • (18) Semnopithecus hypoleucos

IBlack-footed grey langurEntelle aux pieds noirs
  • (19) Semnopithecus priam

ITufted grey langurLangur gris tuffé
  • (20) Semnopithecus schistaceus

INepal grey langurSemnopithèque ardoisé
  • (21) Simias concolor

IMentawi Islands snub-nosed langurEntelle de Pagi
  • (22) Trachypithecus geei

IGolden langurEntelle dorée
  • (23) Trachypithecus pileatus

ICapped langurEntelle pileuse
  • (24) Trachypithecus shortridgei

IShortridge’s langurLangur de Shortridge
1.1.14.4Cheirogaleidae
  • (1) Cheirogaleidae spp.

IDwarf lemursChirogales
1.1.14.5Daubentoniidae
  • (1) Daubentonia madagascariensis

IAye-AyeAye-Aye
1.1.14.6Hominidae
  • (1) Gorilla beringei

IMountain gorillaGorille des montagnes
  • (2) Gorilla gorilla

IGorillaGorille
IChimpanzeesChimpanzés
  • (4) Pongo abelii

ISumatran orangutanOrang-outan de Sumatra
  • (5) Pongo pygmaeus

IBornean orangutanOrang-outan de Bornéo
1.1.14.7Hylobatidae
  • (1) Hylobatidae spp.

IGibbons, siamangsGibbons, siamangs
1.1.14.8Indriidae
  • (1) Indriidae spp.

IIndris, avahis, woolly lemurs, sifakasIndris, avahis, propithèques, sifakas
1.1.14.9Lemuridae
  • (1) Lemuridae spp.

ILemursLémuriens
1.1.14.10Lepilemuridae
  • (1) Lepilemuridae spp.

ISportive lemursGrands lépilémurs
1.1.14.11Lorisidae
  • (1) Nycticebus spp.

ISlow lorisesLoris lents
1.1.14.12Pitheciidae
  • (1) Cacajao spp.

IUakarisOuakaris
  • (2) Chiropotes albinasus

IWhite-nosed sakiSaki à nez blanc
1.1.15.0PROBOSCIDEA
1.1.15.1Elephantidae
  • (1) Elephas maximus

IAsian elephantÉléphant d’Asie
  • (2) Loxodonta africana

(Except the populations of Botswana, Namibia, South Africa and Zimbabwe, which are included in Appendix II to the Convention./Sauf les populations de l’Afrique du Sud, du Botswana, de la Namibie et du Zimbabwe, qui sont inscrites à l’Annexe II de la Convention.)

IAfrican elephantÉléphant d’Afrique

(Only the populations of Botswana, Namibia, South Africa and Zimbabwe; all other populations are included in Appendix I to the Convention./Seulement les populations de l’Afrique du Sud, du Botswana, de la Namibie et du Zimbabwe; toutes les autres populations sont inscrites à l’Annexe I de la Convention.)

IIAfrican elephantÉléphant d’Afrique
1.1.16.0RODENTIA
1.1.16.1Chinchillidae
  • (1) Chinchilla spp.

(Specimens of the domesticated form are not subject to the provisions of the Convention./Les spécimens de la forme domestiquée ne sont pas soumis aux dispositions de la Convention.)

IChinchillasChinchillas
1.1.16.2Cuniculidae
  • (1) Cuniculus paca

IIIHondurasPacaPaca
1.1.16.3Dasyproctidae
  • (1) Dasyprocta punctata

IIIHondurasCommon agoutiAgouti
1.1.16.4Erethizontidae
  • (1) Sphiggurus mexicanus

IIIHondurasMexican prehensile-tailed porcupinePorc-épic préhensile
  • (2) Sphiggurus spinosus

IIIUruguayParaguay hairy dwarf porcupineCoendou épineux
1.1.16.5Muridae
  • (1) Leporillus conditor

IGreater stick-nest ratRat architecte
  • (2) Pseudomys fieldi praeconis

IShark Bay false mouseFausse souris de la baie de Shark
  • (3) Xeromys myoides

IFalse water-ratFaux rat d’eau
  • (4) Zyzomys pedunculatus

ICentral thick-tailed ratRat à grosse queue
1.1.16.6Sciuridae
  • (1) Cynomys mexicanus

IMexican prairie dogChien de prairie du Mexique
  • (2) Marmota caudata

IIIIndia/IndeLong-tailed marmotMarmotte à longue queue
  • (3) Marmota himalayana

IIIIndia/IndeHimalayan marmotMarmotte de l’Himalaya
  • (4) Ratufa spp.

IIGiant squirrelsÉcureuils géants
  • (5) Sciurus deppei

IIICosta RicaDeppe’s squirrelÉcureuil de Deppe
1.1.17.0SCANDENTIA
  • (1) SCANDENTIA spp.

IITree shrewsTupaies
1.1.18.0SIRENIA
1.1.18.1Dugongidae
  • (1) Dugong dugon

IDugongDugong
1.1.18.2Trichechidae
  • (1) Trichechus inunguis

IAmazonian manateeLamantin de l’Amazone
  • (2) Trichechus manatus

IWest Indian manateeLamantin des Antilles
  • (3) Trichechus senegalensis

IWest African manateeLamantin du Sénégal
1.2.0.0AVES
1.2.1.0ANSERIFORMES
1.2.1.1Anatidae
  • (1) Anas aucklandica

IAuckland Island flightless tealSarcelle terrestre des îles Auckland
  • (2) Anas bernieri

IIMadagascar tealSarcelle de Madagascar
  • (3) Anas chlorotis

INew Zealand brown duckSarcelle de la Nouvelle-Zélande
  • (4) Anas formosa

IIBaikal tealSarcelle élegante
  • (5) Anas laysanensis

ILaysan duckCanard de Laysan
  • (6) Anas nesiotis

ICampbell Island flightless tealSarcelle de Campbell
  • (7) Asarcornis scutulata

IWhite-winged duckCanard à ailes blanches
  • (8) Branta canadensis leucopareia

IAleutian Canada gooseBernache canadienne forme leucopareia
  • (9) Branta ruficollis

IIRed-breasted gooseBernache à cou roux
  • (10) Branta sandvicensis

IHawaiian gooseOie néné
  • (11) Coscoroba coscoroba

IICoscoroba swanCygne coscoroba
  • (12) Cygnus melancoryphus

IIBlack-necked swanCygne à cou noir
  • (13) Dendrocygna arborea

IIWest Indian whistling-duckDendrocygne à bec noir
  • (14) Dendrocygna autumnalis

IIIHondurasBlack-bellied tree whistling-duckDendrocygne à bec rouge
  • (15) Dendrocygna bicolor

IIIHondurasFulvous whistling-duckDendrocygne bicolore
  • (16) Oxyura leucocephala

IIWhite-headed duckCanard à tête blanche
  • (17) Rhodonessa caryophyllacea

IPink-headed duckCanard à tête rose
  • (18) Sarkidiornis melanotos

IIComb duckCanard casqué
1.2.2.0APODIFORMES
1.2.2.1Trochilidae
  • (1) Trochilidae spp.

(Except the species included in Appendix I to the Convention./Sauf les espèces inscrites à l’Annexe I de la Convention.)

IIHummingbirdsColibris
  • (2) Glaucis dohrnii

IHook-billed hermitColibri à bec incurvé
1.2.3.0CHARADRIIFORMES
1.2.3.1Burhinidae
  • (1) Burhinus bistriatus

IIIGuatemalaDouble-striped thick-kneeOedicnème bistrié
1.2.3.2Laridae
  • (1) Larus relictus

IRelict gullGoéland de Mongolie
1.2.3.3Scolopacidae
  • (1) Numenius borealis

IEskimo curlewCourlis esquimau
  • (2) Numenius tenuirostris

ISlender-billed curlewCourlis à bec grêle
  • (3) Tringa guttifer

INordmann’s greenshankChevalier maculé
1.2.4.0CICONIIFORMES
1.2.4.1Balaenicipitidae
  • (1) Balaeniceps rex

IIShoebillBec-en-sabot du Nil
1.2.4.2Ciconiidae
  • (1) Ciconia boyciana

IJapanese white storkCigogne blanche de Corée
  • (2) Ciconia nigra

IIBlack storkCigogne noire
  • (3) Jabiru mycteria

IJabiruJabirou
  • (4) Mycteria cinerea

IMilky wood storkTantale blanc
1.2.4.3Phoenicopteridae
  • (1) Phoenicopteridae spp.

IIFlamingoesFlamants
1.2.4.4Threskiornithidae
  • (1) Eudocimus ruber

IIScarlet ibisIbis rouge
  • (2) Geronticus calvus

IISouthern bald ibisIbis du Cap
  • (3) Geronticus eremita

IHermit ibisIbis chauve
  • (4) Nipponia nippon

IJapanese crested ibisIbis Nippon
  • (5) Platalea leucorodia

IIWhite spoonbillSpatule blanche
1.2.5.0COLUMBIFORMES
1.2.5.1Columbidae
  • (1) Caloenas nicobarica

INicobar pigeonPigeon chauve
  • (2) Ducula mindorensis

IMindoro imperial-pigeonPigeon de Mindoro
  • (3) Gallicolumba luzonica

IIBleeding-heart pigeonColombe poignardée
  • (4) Goura spp.

IICrowned pigeonsGouras
  • (5) Nesoenas mayeri

IIIMauritius/MauricePink pigeonPigeon rose
1.2.6.0CORACIIFORMES
1.2.6.1Bucerotidae
  • (1) Aceros spp.

(Except the species included in Appendix I to the Convention./Sauf les espèces inscrites à l’Annexe I de la Convention.)

IIHornbillsCalaos
  • (2) Aceros nipalensis

IRufous-necked hornbillCalao à cou roux
  • (3) Anorrhinus spp.

IIHornbillsCalaos
  • (4) Anthracoceros spp.

IIHornbillsCalaos
  • (5) Berenicornis spp.

IIWhite-crested hornbillsCalaos coiffés
  • (6) Buceros spp.

(Except the species included in Appendix I to the Convention./Sauf les espèces inscrites à l’Annexe I de la Convention.)

IIRhinoceros hornbillsCalaos rhinocéros
  • (7) Buceros bicornis

IGreat Indian hornbillCalao bicorne
  • (8) Penelopides spp.

IIHornbillsCalaos
  • (9) Rhinoplax vigil

IHelmeted hornbillCalao à casque
  • (10) Rhyticeros spp.

(Except the species included in Appendix I to the Convention./Sauf les espèces inscrites à l’Annexe I de la Convention.)

IIHornbillsCalaos
  • (11) Rhyticeros subruficollis

IPlain-pouched hornbillCalao à poche
1.2.7.0CUCULIFORMES
1.2.7.1Musophagidae
  • (1) Tauraco spp.

IITuracosTouracos
1.2.8.0FALCONIFORMES
  • (1) FALCONIFORMES spp.

(Except the species included in Appendices I and III to the Convention and Caracara lutosa and the species of the family Cathartidae, which are not included in the Appendices to the Convention./Sauf les espèces inscrites aux Annexes I et III de la Convention, ainsi que l’espèce Caracara lutosa et les espèces de la famille Cathartidae, qui ne sont pas inscrites aux annexes de la Convention.)

IIEagles, falcons, hawks, vulturesAigles, faucons, éperviers, vautours
1.2.8.1Accipitridae
  • (1) Aquila adalberti

IAdalbert’s Spanish Imperial eagleAigle impérial espagnol
  • (2) Aquila heliaca

IImperial eagleAigle impérial
  • (3) Chondrohierax uncinatus wilsonii

ICuban hook-billed kiteMilan de Cuba
  • (4) Haliaeetus albicilla

IWhite-tailed sea eaglePygargue à queue blanche
  • (5) Harpia harpyja

IHarpy eagleHarpie féroce
  • (6) Pithecophaga jefferyi

IGreat Philippine monkey-eating eagleAigle mangeur de singes
1.2.8.2Cathartidae
  • (1) Gymnogyps californianus

ICalifornia condorCondor de Californie
  • (2) Sarcoramphus papa

IIIHondurasKing vultureCondor roi
  • (3) Vultur gryphus

IAndean condorCondor des Andes
1.2.8.3Falconidae
  • (1) Falco araeus

ISeychelles kestrelÉmouchet des Seychelles
  • (2) Falco jugger

ILaggar falconFaucon laggar
  • (3) Falco newtoni

(Only the population of Seychelles./Seulement la population des Seychelles.)

IMadagascar kestrelÉmouchet de Madagascar
  • (4) Falco pelegrinoides

IBarbary falconFaucon de barbarie
  • (5) Falco peregrinus

IPeregrine falconFaucon pèlerin
  • (6) Falco punctatus

IMauritius kestrelÉmouchet de l’île Maurice
  • (7) Falco rusticolus

IGyrfalconFaucon gerfaut
1.2.9.0GALLIFORMES
1.2.9.1Cracidae
  • (1) Crax alberti

IIIColombia/ColombieBlue-knobbed Albert’s curassowHocco du Prince Albert
  • (2) Crax blumenbachii

IRed-billed curassowHocco à bec rouge
  • (3) Crax daubentoni

IIIColombia/ColombieYellow-knobbed curassowHocco d’Aubenton
  • (4) Crax globulosa

IIIColombia/ColombieWattled curassowHocco caronculé
  • (5) Crax rubra

IIIColombia/Colombie, Costa Rica, Guatemala, HondurasGreat curassowGrand hocco
IAlagoas razor-billed curassowHocco mitu
  • (7) Oreophasis derbianus

IHorned guanPénélope cornue
  • (8) Ortalis vetula

IIIGuatemala, HondurasPlain Eastern chachalacaChachalaca de l’Est
  • (9) Pauxi pauxi

IIIColombia/ColombieHelmeted curassowPauxi Pierre
  • (10) Penelope albipennis

IWhite-winged guanPénélope à ailes blanches
  • (11) Penelope purpurascens

IIIHondurasCrested guanPénélope huppée
  • (12) Penelopina nigra

IIIGuatemalaHighland little guanPetite pénélope
  • (13) Pipile jacutinga

IBlack-fronted piping guanPénélope à plastron
ITrinidad piping guanPénélope siffleuse de la Trinité
1.2.9.2Megapodiidae
  • (1) Macrocephalon maleo

IMaleo megapodeMégapode maléo
1.2.9.3Phasianidae
  • (1) Argusianus argus

IIGreat argus pheasantArgus géant
  • (2) Catreus wallichii

ICheer pheasantFaisan de l’Himalaya
  • (3) Colinus virginianus ridgwayi

IMasked bobwhiteColin de Virginie de Ridgway
  • (4) Crossoptilon crossoptilon

IWhite-eared pheasantFaisan oreillard blanc
  • (5) Crossoptilon mantchuricum

IBrown-eared pheasantFaisan oreillard brun
  • (6) Gallus sonneratii

IISonnerat’s grey jungle fowlCoq gris
  • (7) Ithaginis cruentus

IIBlood pheasantFaisan sanguin
  • (8) Lophophorus impejanus

IHimalayan monalLophophore
  • (9) Lophophorus lhuysii

IChinese monalLophophore
  • (10) Lophophorus sclateri

ISclater’s monalLophophore
  • (11) Lophura edwardsi

IEdward’s pheasantFaisan annam
  • (12) Lophura leucomelanos

IIIPakistanKalij pheasantFaisan leucomèle
  • (13) Lophura swinhoii

ISwinhoe’s pheasantFaisan de Formose
  • (14) Meleagris ocellata

IIIGuatemalaOcellated turkeyDinde ocellée
  • (15) Pavo cristatus

IIIPakistanBlue peafowlPaon bleu
IIGreen peafowlPaon spicifère
  • (17) Polyplectron bicalcaratum

IICommon grey peacock-pheasantFaisan gris, éperonnier gris
  • (18) Polyplectron germaini

IIGermain’s peacock-pheasantÉperonnier de Germain
  • (19) Polyplectron malacense

IIMalayan peacock-pheasantÉperonnier de Malaisie
  • (20) Polyplectron napoleonis

IPalawan peacock-pheasantÉperonnier de Palawan
  • (21) Polyplectron schleiermacheri

IIBornean Schleiermacher’s peacock-pheasantÉperonnier de Schleiermacher
  • (22) Pucrasia macrolopha

IIIPakistanKoklass pheasantEulophe koklass
  • (23) Rheinardia ocellata

IRheinard’s crested argus pheasantRhéinarte ocellé
  • (24) Syrmaticus ellioti

IElliot’s pheasantFaisan d’Elliot
  • (25) Syrmaticus humiae

IHume’s pheasant, bar-tailed pheasantFaisan à queue barrée
  • (26) Syrmaticus mikado

IMikado pheasantFaisan Mikado
  • (27) Tetraogallus caspius

ICaspian snowcockPerdrix des neiges caspienne
  • (28) Tetraogallus tibetanus

ITibetan snowcockPerdrix des neiges du Tibet
  • (29) Tragopan blythii

IBlyth’s tragopanTragopan de Blyth
  • (30) Tragopan caboti

ICabot’s tragopanTragopan de Cabot
  • (31) Tragopan melanocephalus

IWestern tragopanTragopan à tête noire
  • (32) Tragopan satyra

IIINepal/NépalSatyr tragopanTragopan satyre
  • (33) Tympanuchus cupido attwateri

IIAttwater’s greater prairie chickenTétras cupidon d’Attwater
1.2.10.0GRUIFORMES
1.2.10.1Gruidae
  • (1) Gruidae spp.

(Except the species included in Appendix I to the Convention./Sauf les espèces inscrites à l’Annexe I de la Convention.)

IICranesGrues
  • (2) Grus americana

IWhooping craneGrue blanche d’Amérique
  • (3) Grus canadensis nesiotes

ICuba sandhill craneGrue canadienne de Cuba
  • (4) Grus canadensis pulla

IMississippi sandhill craneGrue canadienne du Mississippi
  • (5) Grus japonensis

IRed-crowned Japanese craneGrue du Japon
  • (6) Grus leucogeranus

ISiberian white craneGrue blanche d’Asie
  • (7) Grus monacha

IHooded craneGrue moine
  • (8) Grus nigricollis

IBlack-necked craneGrue à cou noir
  • (9) Grus vipio

IWhite-naped craneGrue à cou blanc
1.2.10.2Otididae
  • (1) Otididae spp.

(Except the species included in Appendix I to the Convention./Sauf les espèces inscrites à l’Annexe I de la Convention.)

IIBustardsOutardes
  • (2) Ardeotis nigriceps

IGreat Indian bustardGrande outarde de l’Inde
  • (3) Chlamydotis macqueenii

IMacqueen’s bustardOutarde
  • (4) Chlamydotis undulata

IHoubara bustardOutarde houbara
  • (5) Houbaropsis bengalensis

IBengal floricanOutarde de l’Inde
1.2.10.3Rallidae
  • (1) Gallirallus sylvestris

ILord Howe Island railRâle de l’île de Lord Howe
1.2.10.4Rhynochetidae
  • (1) Rhynochetos jubatus

IKaguKagou
1.2.11.0PASSERIFORMES
1.2.11.1Atrichornithidae
  • (1) Atrichornis clamosus

INoisy scrub-birdAtrichorne bruyante
1.2.11.2Cotingidae
  • (1) Cephalopterus ornatus

IIIColombia/ColombieAmazonian ornate umbrellabirdCéphaloptère orné
  • (2) Cephalopterus penduliger

IIIColombia/ColombieLong-wattled umbrellabirdCéphaloptère
  • (3) Cotinga maculata

IBanded cotingaCotinga maculé
  • (4) Rupicola spp.

IICocks-of-the-rockCoqs de roche
  • (5) Xipholena atropurpurea

IWhite-winged cotingaCotinga à ailes blanches
1.2.11.3Emberizidae
  • (1) Gubernatrix cristata

IIYellow cardinalBruant à crête
  • (2) Paroaria capitata

IIYellow-billed cardinalCardinal à bec jaune
  • (3) Paroaria coronata

IIRed-crested cardinalCardinal à huppe rouge
  • (4) Tangara fastuosa

IISuperb tanagerCalliste superbe
1.2.11.4Estrildidae
  • (1) Amandava formosa

IIGreen avadavatBengali vert
  • (2) Lonchura oryzivora

IIJava sparrowPadda de Java
  • (3) Poephila cincta cincta

IISouthern black-throated finchDiamant à bavette
1.2.11.5Fringillidae
  • (1) Carduelis cucullata

IRed siskinTarin rouge du Venezuela
  • (2) Carduelis yarrellii

IIYellow-faced siskinTarin de yarrell
1.2.11.6Hirundinidae
  • (1) Pseudochelidon sirintarae

IWhite-eyed river martinHirondelle à lunettes
1.2.11.7Icteridae
  • (1) Xanthopsar flavus

ISaffron-cowled blackbirdIctéride à tête jaune
1.2.11.8Meliphagidae
  • (1) Lichenostomus melanops cassidix

IIHelmeted honeyeaterMéliphage casqué
1.2.11.9Muscicapidae
  • (1) Acrocephalus rodericanus

IIIMauritius/MauriceRodriguez Island brush-warblerRousserolle de Rodriguez
  • (2) Cyornis ruckii

IIRueck’s blue-flycatcherGobe-mouche de Rueck
  • (3) Dasyornis broadbenti litoralis

IWestern rufous bristle-birdFauvette rousse de l’Ouest
  • (4) Dasyornis longirostris

IWestern bristle-birdFauvette des herbes à long bec
  • (5) Garrulax canorus

IIMelodious laughingthrushGarrulaxe hoamy
  • (6) Garrulax taewanus

IITaiwan hwameiGarrulaxe de Taiwan
  • (7) Leiothrix argentauris

IISilver-eared mesiaMésia
  • (8) Leiothrix lutea

IIRed-billed leiothrixLéiothrix jaune
  • (9) Liocichla omeiensis

IIOmei shan LiocichlaGarrulaxe de l’Omei
  • (10) Picathartes gymnocephalus

IWhite-necked rockfowlPicatharte
  • (11) Picathartes oreas

IGrey-necked rockfowlPicatharte
  • (12) Terpsiphone bourbonnensis

IIIMauritius/MauriceMascarene paradise flycatcherTchitrec des Mascareignes
1.2.11.10Paradisaeidae
  • (1) Paradisaeidae spp.

IIBirds of paradiseParadisiers
1.2.11.11Pittidae
  • (1) Pitta guajana

IIBlue-tailed pittaBrève à queue bleue
  • (2) Pitta gurneyi

IGurney’s pittaBrève de Gurney
  • (3) Pitta kochi

IKoch’s pittaBrève de Koch
  • (4) Pitta nympha

IIJapanese fairy pittaBrève du Japon
1.2.11.12Pycnonotidae
  • (1) Pycnonotus zeylanicus

IIStraw-headed bulbulBulbul à tête jaune
1.2.11.13Sturnidae
  • (1) Gracula religiosa

IIJavan Hill talking mynahMainate religieux
  • (2) Leucopsar rothschildi

IRothschild’s starlingSansonnet de Rothschild
1.2.11.14Zosteropidae
  • (1) Zosterops albogularis

IWhite-chested white-eyeZostérops à poitrine blanche
1.2.12.0PELECANIFORMES
1.2.12.1Fregatidae
  • (1) Fregata andrewsi

IChristmas Island frigate birdFrégate de l’île Christmas
1.2.12.2Pelecanidae
  • (1) Pelecanus crispus

IDalmatian pelicanPélican frisé
1.2.12.3Sulidae
  • (1) Papasula abbotti

IAbbott’s boobyFou d’Abbott
1.2.13.0PICIFORMES
1.2.13.1Capitonidae
  • (1) Semnornis ramphastinus

IIIColombia/ColombieToucan barbetBarbu toucan
1.2.13.2Picidae
  • (1) Dryocopus javensis richardsi

ITristram’s woodpeckerPic de Java
1.2.13.3Ramphastidae
  • (1) Baillonius bailloni

IIIArgentina/ArgentineSaffron toucanetToucan de Baillon
  • (2) Pteroglossus aracari

IIBlack-necked aracariAraçari grigri
  • (3) Pteroglossus castanotis

IIIArgentina/ArgentineChestnut-eared aracariAraçari à oreillons roux
  • (4) Pteroglossus viridis

IIGreen aracariAraçari vert
  • (5) Ramphastos dicolorus

IIIArgentina/ArgentineRed-breasted toucanToucan à bec vert
  • (6) Ramphastos sulfuratus

IIKeel-billed toucanToucan à bec caréné
  • (7) Ramphastos toco

IIToco toucanToucan toco
  • (8) Ramphastos tucanus

IIRed-billed toucanToucan à bec rouge
  • (9) Ramphastos vitellinus

IIChannel-billed toucanToucan ariel
  • (10) Selenidera maculirostris

IIIArgentina/ArgentineSpot-billed toucanetToucanet à bec tacheté
1.2.14.0PODICIPEDIFORMES
1.2.14.1Podicipedidae
  • (1) Podilymbus gigas

IAtitlan grebeGrèbe géant du lac Atitlan
1.2.15.0PROCELLARIIFORMES
1.2.15.1Diomedeidae
  • (1) Phoebastria albatrus

IShort-tailed albatrossAlbatros à queue courte
1.2.16.0PSITTACIFORMES
  • (1) PSITTACIFORMES spp.

(Except the species included in Appendix I to the Convention and except Agapornis roseicollis, Melopsittacus undulatus, Nymphicus hollandicus and Psittacula krameri, which are not included in the Appendices to the Convention./Sauf les espèces inscrites à l’Annexe I de la Convention, ainsi que les espèces Agapornis roseicollis, Melopsittacus undulatus, Nymphicus hollandicus et Psittacula krameri, qui ne sont pas inscrites aux annexes de la Convention.)

IIParrots, parakeets, lories, lorikeets, conures, cockatoos, macawsPerroquets, loris, loriquets, amazones, conures, cacatoès, aras
1.2.16.1Cacatuidae
  • (1) Cacatua goffiniana

IGoffin’s cockatooCacatoès de Goffin
  • (2) Cacatua haematuropygia

IPhilippine cockatooCacatoès des Philippines
  • (3) Cacatua moluccensis

IMoluccan cockatooCacatoès des Moluques
  • (4) Cacatua sulphurea

IYellow-crested cockatooCacatoès soufré
  • (5) Probosciger aterrimus

IPalm cockatooMicroglosse noir
1.2.16.2Loriidae
  • (1) Eos histrio

IRed and blue loryLori arlequin
  • (2) Vini ultramarina

IUltramarine lorikeetLori ultramarin
1.2.16.3Psittacidae
  • (1) Amazona arausiaca

IRed-necked Amazon parrotAmazone à collier roux
  • (2) Amazona auropalliata

IYellow-naped Amazon parrotAmazone à nuque d’or
  • (3) Amazona barbadensis

IYellow-shouldered Amazon parrotAmazone de la Barbade
  • (4) Amazona brasiliensis

IRed-tailed Amazon parrotAmazone à queue rouge
  • (5) Amazona finschi

ILilac-crowned Amazon parrotAmazone à couronne lilas
  • (6) Amazona guildingii

ISt. Vincent parrotAmazone de Saint-Vincent
  • (7) Amazona imperialis

IImperial parrotAmazone impériale
  • (8) Amazona leucocephala

ICuban parrotAmazone à tête blanche
  • (9) Amazona oratrix

IYellow-headed Amazon parrotAmazone à tête jaune
  • (10) Amazona pretrei

IRed-spectacled parrotAmazone à face rouge
  • (11) Amazona rhodocorytha

IRed-browed parrotAmazone à couronne rouge
  • (12) Amazona tucumana

ITucuman AmazonAmazone de Tucuman
  • (13) Amazona versicolor

ISt. Lucia parrotAmazone de Santa Lucia
  • (14) Amazona vinacea

IVinaceous parrotAmazone bourgogne
  • (15) Amazona viridigenalis

IGreen-cheeked AmazonAmazone à joues vertes
  • (16) Amazona vittata

IPuerto Rican parrotAmazone de Porto Rico
  • (17) Anodorhynchus spp.

IBlue macawsAras bleus
IGreen Buffon’s macawAra ambigu de Buffon
  • (19) Ara glaucogularis

IBlue-throated macawAra à gorge bleue
IScarlet macawAra macao
IMilitary macawAra militaire
  • (22) Ara rubrogenys

IRed-fronted macawAra de Lafresnaye
  • (23) Cyanopsitta spixii

ISpix’s macawAra à face grise
  • (24) Cyanoramphus cookii

INorfolk parakeetPerruche de Norfolk
  • (25) Cyanoramphus forbesi

IChatham Island Yellow-fronted parakeetPerruche à front jaune de Forbes
  • (26) Cyanoramphus novaezelandiae

IRed-fronted New Zealand parakeetPerruche de Nouvelle-Zélande
  • (27) Cyanoramphus saisseti

IRed-crowned parakeetPerruche à front rouge
  • (28) Cyclopsitta diophthalma coxeni

ICoxen’s fig-parrotPerroquet masqué
  • (29) Eunymphicus cornutus

IHorned parakeetPerruche cornue
  • (30) Guarouba guarouba

IGolden parakeetConure dorée
  • (31) Neophema chrysogaster

IOrange-bellied parrotPerruche à ventre orangé
  • (32) Ognorhynchus icterotis

IYellow-eared conureConure à oreilles jaunes
  • (33) Pezoporus occidentalis

IAustralian night parrotPerruche nocturne
  • (34) Pezoporus wallicus

IGround parrotPerruche terrestre
  • (35) Pionopsitta pileata

IPileated red-capped parrotPerroquet à oreilles
  • (36) Primolius couloni

IBlue-headed macawAra de Coulon
  • (37) Primolius maracana

IBlue-winged Illiger’s macawAra d’Illiger
  • (38) Psephotus chrysopterygius

IGolden-shouldered parakeetPerruche à épaules dorées
  • (39) Psephotus dissimilis

IHooded parakeetPerruche à capuchon noir
  • (40) Psephotus pulcherrimus

IParadise parakeetPerruche magnifique
  • (41) Psittacula echo

IMauritius parakeetPerruche à collier de Maurice
  • (42) Psittacus erithacus

IAfrican grey parrotPerroquet gris
  • (43) Pyrrhura cruentata

IBlue-throated parakeetConure à gorge bleue
  • (44) Rhynchopsitta spp.

IThick-billed parrotsPerroquets à gros bec
  • (45) Strigops habroptilus

IOwl parrotPerroquet-hibou
1.2.17.0RHEIFORMES
1.2.17.1Rheidae
  • (1) Pterocnemia pennata

(Except Pterocnemia pennata pennata, which is included in Appendix II to the Convention./Sauf Pterocnemia pennata pennata, qui est inscrite à l’Annexe II de la Convention.)

ILesser rheaNandou de Darwin
  • (2) Pterocnemia pennata pennata

IILesser rheaNandou de Darwin
  • (3) Rhea americana

IICommon rheaNandou commun
1.2.18.0SPHENISCIFORMES
1.2.18.1Spheniscidae
  • (1) Spheniscus demersus

IIBlack-footed cape penguinManchot du Cap
  • (2) Spheniscus humboldti

IHumboldt penguinManchot de Humboldt
1.2.19.0STRIGIFORMES
  • (1) STRIGIFORMES spp.

(Except the species included in Appendix I to the Convention and Sceloglaux albifacies, which is not included in the Appendices to the Convention./Sauf les espèces inscrites à l’Annexe I de la Convention, ainsi que l’espèce Sceloglaux albifacies, qui n’est pas inscrite aux annexes de la Convention.)

IIOwlsHiboux, chouettes
1.2.19.1Strigidae
  • (1) Heteroglaux blewitti

IForest spotted owletChouette des forêts
  • (2) Mimizuku gurneyi

IGiant scops-owlHibou de Gurney
  • (3) Ninox natalis

IChristmas hawk-owlChouette des Moluques
1.2.19.2Tytonidae
  • (1) Tyto soumagnei

IMadagascar grass owlEffraie de Madagascar
1.2.20.0STRUTHIONIFORMES
1.2.20.1Struthionidae
  • (1) Struthio camelus

(Only the populations of Algeria, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, the Central African Republic, Chad, Mali, Mauritania, Morocco, the Niger, Nigeria, Senegal and the Sudan; all other populations are not included in the Appendices to the Convention./Seulement les populations de l’Algérie, du Burkina Faso, du Cameroun, du Mali, du Maroc, de la Mauritanie, du Niger, du Nigéria, de la République centrafricaine, du Sénégal, du Soudan et du Tchad; les autres populations ne sont pas inscrites aux annexes de la Convention.)

INorth African ostrichAutruche de l’Afrique du Nord
1.2.21.0TINAMIFORMES
1.2.21.1Tinamidae
  • (1) Tinamus solitarius

ISolitary tinamouTinamou solitaire
1.2.22.0TROGONIFORMES
1.2.22.1Trogonidae
  • (1) Pharomachrus mocinno

IQuetzalQuetzal
1.3.0.0REPTILIA
1.3.1.0CROCODYLIA
  • (1) CROCODYLIA spp.

(Except the species included in Appendix I to the Convention./Sauf les espèces inscrites à l’Annexe I de la Convention.)

IIAlligators, caimans, crocodilesAlligators, caïmans, crocodiles
1.3.1.1Alligatoridae
  • (1) Alligator sinensis

IChinese alligatorAlligator de Chine
  • (2) Caiman crocodilus apaporiensis

IRio Apaporis caimanCaïman du Rio Apaporis
  • (3) Caiman latirostris

(Except the population of Argentina, which is included in Appendix II to the Convention./Sauf la population de l’Argentine, qui est inscrite à l’Annexe II de la Convention.)

IBroad-nosed snouted caimanCaïman à museau large
  • (4) Melanosuchus niger

(Except the population of Brazil, which is included in Appendix II to the Convention, and the population of Ecuador which is included in Appendix II to the Convention and is subject to a zero annual export quota until an annual export quota has been approved by the Secretariat and the IUCN/SSC Crocodile Specialist Group./Sauf la population du Brésil, qui est inscrite à l’Annexe II de la Convention, et la population de l’Équateur, qui est inscrite à l’Annexe II de la Convention et soumise à un quota annuel d’exportation de zéro jusqu’à ce qu’un quota annuel d’exportation ait été approuvé par le Secrétariat et le Groupe UICN/CSE de spécialistes des crocodiles.)

IBlack caimanCaïman noir
1.3.1.2Crocodylidae
  • (1) Crocodylus acutus

(Except the population of the Integrated Management District of Mangroves of the Bay of Cispata, Tinajones, La Balsa and Surrounding Areas, Department of Cordoba, Colombia, and the population of Cuba, which are included in Appendix II to the Convention./Sauf la population du District de gestion intégrée des mangroves de la Baie de Cispata, de Tinajones, de La Balsa et des régions voisines du département de Cordoba, en Colombie, et la population de Cuba, qui sont inscrites à l’Annexe II de la Convention.)

IAmerican crocodileCrocodile américain
  • (2) Crocodylus cataphractus

IAfrican slender-snouted crocodileFaux-gavial d’Afrique
  • (3) Crocodylus intermedius

IOrinoco crocodileCrocodile de l’Orénoque
  • (4) Crocodylus mindorensis

IPhilippine Mindoro crocodileCrocodile de Mindoro
  • (5) Crocodylus moreletii

(Except the population of Belize, which is included in Appendix II to the Convention with a zero quota for wild specimens for commercial purposes, and the population of Mexico, which is included in Appendix II to the Convention./Sauf la population du Belize, qui est inscrite à l’Annexe II de la Convention avec, à des fins commerciales, un quota de zéro spécimen sauvage, et la population du Mexique, qui est inscrite à l’Annexe II de la Convention.)

IMorelet’s crocodileCrocodile de Morelet
  • (6) Crocodylus niloticus

(Except the populations of Botswana, Egypt [subject to a zero quota for wild specimens for commercial purposes], Ethiopia, Kenya, Madagascar, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa, Uganda, the United Republic of Tanzania [subject to an annual export quota of no more than 1,600 wild specimens including hunting trophies, in addition to ranched specimens], Zambia and Zimbabwe, which are included in Appendix II to the Convention./Sauf les populations des pays suivants : Afrique du Sud, Botswana, Égypte [soumise à un quota de zéro spécimen sauvage quant aux fins commerciales], Éthiopie, Kenya, Madagascar, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibie, Ouganda et République-Unie de Tanzanie [soumises à un quota d’exportation annuel d’au plus 1 600 spécimens sauvages, y compris les trophées de chasse, en plus des spécimens de ranchs], Zambie et Zimbabwe, qui sont inscrites à l’Annexe II de la Convention.)

INile crocodileCrocodile du Nil
  • (7) Crocodylus palustris

IMugger Marsh crocodileCrocodile des marais
  • (8) Crocodylus porosus

(Except the populations of Australia, Indonesia, Malaysia [wild harvest restricted to the State of Sarawak and a zero quota for wild specimens for the other States of Malaysia {Sabah and Peninsular Malaysia}, with no change in the zero quota unless approved by the Parties] and Papua New Guinea, which are included in Appendix II to the Convention./Sauf les populations de l’Australie, de l’Indonésie, de la Malaisie [avec un prélèvement dans la nature limité à l’État du Sarawak et un quota de zéro pour les spécimens sauvages des autres États de la Malaisie {Sabah et Malaisie péninsulaire}, sans modification du quota de zéro sauf en cas d’approbation des Parties] et de la Papouasie-Nouvelle-Guinée, qui sont inscrites à l’Annexe II de la Convention.)

ISaltwater crocodileCrocodile marin
  • (9) Crocodylus rhombifer

ICuban crocodileCrocodile de Cuba
  • (10) Crocodylus siamensis

ISiamese crocodileCrocodile du Siam
  • (11) Osteolaemus tetraspis

IDwarf crocodileCrocodile nain
  • (12) Tomistoma schlegelii

IFalse gavialFaux-gavial malais
1.3.1.3Gavialidae
  • (1) Gavialis gangeticus

IIndian gavialGavial du Gange
1.3.2.0RHYNCHOCEPHALIA
1.3.2.1Sphenodontidae
  • (1) Sphenodon spp.

ITuatarasHatterias
1.3.3.0SAURIA
1.3.3.1Agamidae
  • (1) Saara spp.

IISpiny-tailed lizardsFouette-queues
  • (2) Uromastyx spp.

IISpiny-tailed lizardsFouette-queues
1.3.3.2Anguidae
  • (1) Abronia spp.

(Except the species included in Appendix I to the Convention and zero export quota for wild specimens for Abronia aurita, A. gaiophantasma, A. montecristoi, A. salvadorensis, A. vasconcelosii./Sauf les espèces inscrites à l’Annexe I de la Convention et un quota d’exportation de zéro pour les spécimens sauvages d’Abronia aurita, A. gaiophantasma, A. montecristoi, A. salvadorensis, A. vasconcelosii.)

IIAlligator lizardsLézards d’alligator
  • (2) Abronia anzuetoi

IAnzuetoi alligator lizardLézard d’alligator
  • (3) Abronia campbelli

ICampbell’s alligator lizardLézard d’alligator
  • (4) Abronia fimbriata

IAlligator lizardLézard d’alligator
  • (5) Abronia frosti

IFrost’s alligator lizardLézard d’alligator
  • (6) Abronia meledona

IMeledona alligator lizardLézard d’alligator
1.3.3.3Chamaeleonidae
  • (1) Archaius spp.

IIChameleonsCaméléons
  • (2) Bradypodion spp.

IISouth African dwarf chameleonsCaméléons nains
  • (3) Brookesia spp.

(Except the species included in Appendix I to the Convention./Sauf les espèces inscrites à l’Annexe I de la Convention.)

IILeaf chameleonsBrookésies
  • (4) Brookesia perarmata

IArmoured leaf chameleonBrookésie d’Antsingy
  • (5) Calumma spp.

IIChameleonsCaméléons
  • (6) Chamaeleo spp.

IIChameleonsCaméléons
  • (7) Furcifer spp.

IIChameleonsCaméléons
  • (8) Kinyongia spp.

IIChameleonsCaméléons
  • (9) Nadzikambia spp.

IIChameleonsCaméléons
IIChameleonsCaméléons
  • (11) Rhampholeon spp.

IIPygmy chameleonsCaméléons pygmés
  • (12) Rieppeleon spp.

IIPygmy chameleonsCaméléons pygmés
  • (13) Trioceros spp.

IIChameleonsCaméléons
1.3.3.4Cordylidae
  • (1) Cordylus spp.

IIGirdled lizardsCordyles
  • (2) Hemicordylus spp.

IIGirdled lizardsCordyles
  • (3) Karusaurus spp.

IIGirdled lizardsCordyles
  • (4) Namazonurus spp.

IIGirdled lizardsCordyles
  • (5) Ninurta spp.

IIGirdled lizardsCordyles
  • (6) Ouroborus spp.

IIGirdled lizardsCordyles
  • (7) Pseudocordylus spp.

IIGirdled lizardsCordyles
  • (8) Smaug spp.

IIGirdled lizardsCordyles
1.3.3.5Gekkonidae
  • (1) Cnemaspis psychedelica

IPsychedelic rock geckoGecko psychédélique
  • (2) Dactylocnemis spp.

IIINew-Zealand/Nouvelle-ZélandeNew Zealand geckosGeckos de la Nouvelle-Zélande
  • (3) Hoplodactylus spp.

IIINew-Zealand/Nouvelle-ZélandeNew Zealand geckosGeckos de la Nouvelle-Zélande
  • (4) Lygodactylus williamsi

ITurquoise dwarf geckoGecko nain de William
  • (5) Mokopirirakau spp.

IIINew-Zealand/Nouvelle-ZélandeNew Zealand geckosGeckos de la Nouvelle-Zélande
  • (6) Nactus serpensinsula

IISerpent Island geckoGecko de l’île de Serpent
  • (7) Naultinus spp.

IINew Zealand geckosGeckos de la Nouvelle-Zélande
  • (8) Paroedura masobe

IIMasobe geckoGecko de Madagascar à gros yeux
  • (9) Phelsuma spp.

IIDay Madagascar geckosGeckos de Madagascar
  • (10) Rhoptropella spp.

IIGeckosGeckos
IIINew-Zealand/Nouvelle-ZélandeNew Zealand geckosGeckos de la Nouvelle-Zélande
IIINew-Zealand/Nouvelle-ZélandeNew Zealand geckosGeckos de la Nouvelle-Zélande
  • (13) Uroplatus spp.

IILeaf-tailed geckosGeckos à queue plate
  • (14) Woodworthia spp.

IIINew-Zealand/Nouvelle-ZélandeNew Zealand geckosGeckos de la Nouvelle-Zélande
1.3.3.6Helodermatidae
  • (1) Heloderma spp.

(Except the subspecies included in Appendix I to the Convention./Sauf les sous-espèces inscrites à l’Annexe I de la Convention.)

IIVenomous Beaded lizardsHélodermes lézards vénéneux
  • (2) Heloderma horridum charlesbogerti

IGuatemalan beaded lizardHéloderme granuleux
1.3.3.7Iguanidae
  • (1) Amblyrhynchus cristatus

IIMarine iguanaIguane marin
  • (2) Brachylophus spp.

IBanded iguanasBrachylophes
  • (3) Conolophus spp.

IILand iguanasIguanes terrestres
  • (4) Ctenosaura bakeri

IIBaker’s spiny-tailed iguanaIguane à queue épineuse de l’île d’Utila
  • (5) Ctenosaura melanosterna

IISpiny-tailed iguanaIguane à queue épineuse de la vallée d’Aguan
  • (6) Ctenosaura oedirhina

IIRoatan spiny-tailed iguanaIguane à queue épineuse de l’île de Roatan
  • (7) Ctenosaura palearis

IIGuatemalan spiny-tailed iguanaIguane à queue épineuse du Guatemala
  • (8) Cyclura spp.

IRhinoceros iguanasIguanes à cornes
  • (9) Iguana spp.

IICommon iguanasIguanes vrais
  • (10) Phrynosoma blainvillii

IICoast horned lizardLézard cornu
  • (11) Phrynosoma cerroense

IICedros Island horned lizardLézard cornu
  • (12) Phrynosoma coronatum

IISan Diego horned lizardLézard cornu de San Diego
  • (13) Phrynosoma wigginsi

IIGulf Coast horned lizardLézard cornu
  • (14) Sauromalus varius

ISan Estaban Island chuckwallaChuckwalla de l’ile de San Esteban
1.3.3.8Lacertidae
  • (1) Gallotia simonyi

IHierro giant lizardLézard géant de Hierro
  • (2) Podarcis lilfordi

IILilford’s wall lizardLézard des Baléares
  • (3) Podarcis pityusensis

IIIbiza wall lizardLézard des Pityuses
1.3.3.9Lanthanotidae
  • (1) Lanthanotidae spp.

(Zero export quota for wild specimens for commercial purposes./Un quota de zéro pour l’exportation à des fins commerciales de spécimens sauvages.)

IIEarless monitor lizardsLézards
1.3.3.10Scincidae
  • (1) Corucia zebrata

IIPrehensile-tailed skinkScinque géant des îles Salomon
1.3.3.11Teiidae
  • (1) Crocodilurus amazonicus

IIDragon lizardletCrocodilure lézardet
  • (2) Dracaena spp.

IICaiman lizardsDracènes
  • (3) Salvator spp.

IIFeral monitor lizardsLézards
  • (4) Tupinambis spp.

IITegu lizardsTégus
1.3.3.12Varanidae
  • (1) Varanus spp.

(Except the species included in Appendix I to the Convention./Sauf les espèces inscrites à l’Annexe I de la Convention.)

IIMonitor lizardsVarans
  • (2) Varanus bengalensis

IBengal monitorVaran du Bengale
  • (3) Varanus flavescens

IYellow monitorVaran jaune
  • (4) Varanus griseus

IDesert monitorVaran du désert
  • (5) Varanus komodoensis

IKomodo dragonDragon de Komodo
  • (6) Varanus nebulosus

IClouded monitorVaran du Nil
1.3.3.13Xenosauridae
  • (1) Shinisaurus crocodilurus

IChinese crocodile lizardLézard crocodile de Chine
1.3.4.0SERPENTES
1.3.4.1Boidae
  • (1) Boidae spp.

(Except the species included in Appendix I to the Convention./Sauf les espèces inscrites à l’Annexe I de la Convention.)

IIBoasBoas
  • (2) Acrantophis spp.

IMadagascar boa constrictorsBoas constricteurs de Madagascar
  • (3) Boa constrictor occidentalis

IArgentina boa constrictorBoa constricteur de l’Argentine
  • (4) Epicrates inornatus

IPuerto Rican boaBoa de Porto Rico
  • (5) Epicrates monensis

IMona Virgin Islands boaBoa des Îles Vierges
  • (6) Epicrates subflavus

IJamaican boaBoa de la Jamaïque
  • (7) Sanzinia madagascariensis

IMadagascar tree boaBoa arboricole de Madagascar
1.3.4.2Bolyeriidae
  • (1) Bolyeriidae spp.

(Except the species included in Appendix I to the Convention./Sauf les espèces inscrites à l’Annexe I de la Convention.)

IIRound Island boasBoas de Round Island
  • (2) Bolyeria multocarinata

IRound Island Mauritius boaBoa de Maurice
  • (3) Casarea dussumieri

IRound Island boaBoa de Round Island
1.3.4.3Colubridae
  • (1) Atretium schistosum

IIIIndia/IndeOlivaceous keel-back water snakeSerpent ardoisé
  • (2) Cerberus rynchops

IIIIndia/IndeDog-faced water snakeSerpent d’eau à tête de chien
  • (3) Clelia clelia

IIMussurana snakeMussurana
  • (4) Cyclagras gigas

IIFalse water cobraFaux cobra
  • (5) Elachistodon westermanni

IIWestermann’s snakeCouleuvre de Westermann
  • (6) Ptyas mucosus

IIAsian rat snakeSerpent-ratier asiatique
  • (7) Xenochrophis piscator

IIIIndia/IndeChequered keel-back water snakeCouleuvre pêcheuse
  • (8) Xenochrophis schnurrenbergeri

IIIIndia/IndeChequered keel-back water snakeCouleuvre pêcheuse
  • (9) Xenochrophis tytleri

IIIIndia/IndeChequered keel-back water snakeCouleuvre pêcheuse
1.3.4.4Elapidae
  • (1) Hoplocephalus bungaroides

IIBroad-headed snakeSerpent à taches jaunes
  • (2) Micrurus diastema

IIIHondurasAtlantic coral snakeSerpent-corail
  • (3) Micrurus nigrocinctus

IIIHondurasBlack-banded coral snakeSerpent-corail à bandes noires
  • (4) Micrurus ruatanus

IIIHondurasRoatan coral snakeSerpent-corail
IITaiwan cobraCobra de Taiwan
  • (6) Naja kaouthia

IIMonocled cobraCobra à monocle
  • (7) Naja mandalayensis

IIBurmese spitting cobraCobra de Mandalay
IIAsian or Indian cobraCobra indien
  • (9) Naja oxiana

IICentral Asian cobraCobra d’Asie centrale
  • (10) Naja philippinensis

IINorthern Philippine cobraCobra cracheur des Philippines
  • (11) Naja sagittifera

IIAndaman CobraCobra des îles Andaman
  • (12) Naja samarensis

IIVisayan cobraCobra des Indes
  • (13) Naja siamensis

IIIndochinese spitting cobraCobra cracheur indochinois
  • (14) Naja sputatrix

IISouthern Indonesian spitting cobraCobra cracheur du sud de l’Indonésie
  • (15) Naja sumatrana

IISumatran cobraCobra cracheur doré
  • (16) Ophiophagus hannah

IIKing cobraCobra Hannah
1.3.4.5Loxocemidae
  • (1) Loxocemidae spp.

IIMexican pythonsPythons mexicains
1.3.4.6Pythonidae
  • (1) Pythonidae spp.

(Except the subspecies included in Appendix I to the Convention./Sauf les sous-espèces inscrites à l’Annexe I de la Convention.)

IIPythonsPythons
  • (2) Python molurus molurus

IIndian rock pythonPython de l’Inde
1.3.4.7Tropidophiidae
  • (1) Tropidophiidae spp.

IIWood boasBoas
1.3.4.8Viperidae
  • (1) Atheris desaixi

IIAshe’s bush viperVipère
  • (2) Bitis worthingtoni

IIKenya horned viperVipère
  • (3) Crotalus durissus

IIIHondurasSouth American rattlesnakeCrotale sud-américain
  • (4) Daboia russelii

IIIIndia/IndeRussell’s viperVipère de Russell
  • (5) Trimeresurus mangshanensis

IIMangshan pit viperVipère à fossettes du mont Mang
  • (6) Vipera ursinii

(Only the population of Europe, except any populations in the area which formerly constituted the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics; those latter populations are not included in the Appendices to the Convention./Seulement la population de l’Europe, mais aucune des populations de l’ancienne Union des républiques socialistes soviétiques; ces dernières populations ne sont pas inscrites aux annexes de la Convention.)

IOrsini’s viperVipère d’Orsini
  • (7) Vipera wagneri

IIWagner’s viperVipère de Wagner
1.3.5.0TESTUDINES
1.3.5.1Carettochelyidae
  • (1) Carettochelys insculpta

IIPig-nosed turtleCarrettochélyde d’Australie
1.3.5.2Chelidae
  • (1) Chelodina mccordi

(Zero export quota for wild specimens./Quota d’exportation de zéro spécimen sauvage.)

IIRoti snake-necked turtleChélodine de McCord
  • (2) Pseudemydura umbrina

IWestern short-necked swamp tortoiseTortue à col de serpent de l’Ouest
1.3.5.3Cheloniidae
  • (1) Cheloniidae spp.

IMarine turtlesTortues de mer
1.3.5.4Chelydridae
  • (1) Chelydra serpentina

IIIUnited States of America/États-Unis d’AmériqueSnapping turtleTortue serpentine
  • (2) Macrochelys temminckii

IIIUnited States of America/États-Unis d’AmériqueAlligator snapping turtleTortue alligator
1.3.5.5Dermatemydidae
  • (1) Dermatemys mawii

IICentral American river turtleTortue de Tabasco
1.3.5.6Dermochelyidae
  • (1) Dermochelys coriacea

ILeatherback sea turtle, leatherback turtleTortue luth
1.3.5.7Emydidae
  • (1) Clemmys guttata

IISpotted turtleTortue ponctuée
  • (2) Emydoidea blandingii

IIBlanding’s TurtleTortue mouchetée
  • (3) Glyptemys insculpta

IIWood turtleTortue des bois
  • (4) Glyptemys muhlenbergii

IBog turtleTortue de Muhlenberg
  • (5) Graptemys spp.

IIIUnited States of America/États-Unis d’AmériqueMap turtlesGraptémydes
  • (6) Malaclemys terrapin

IIDiamondback terrapinTortue à dos diamanté
  • (7) Terrapene spp.

(Except the species included in Appendix I to the Convention./Sauf les espèces inscrites à l’Annexe I de la Convention.)

IIBox turtlesTortues tabatières
  • (8) Terrapene coahuila

ICoahuila box turtleTortue du Mexique
1.3.5.8Geoemydidae
  • (1) Batagur affinis

ISouthern River terrapinTortue
  • (2) Batagur baska

IRiver terrapinTortue fluviale indienne
  • (3) Batagur borneoensis

(Zero quota for wild specimens for commercial purposes./À des fins commerciales, un quota de zéro spécimen sauvage.)

IIPainted batagurTortue
  • (4) Batagur dhongoka

IIThree-striped roofed turtleTortue
  • (5) Batagur kachuga

IIRed-crowned roofed turtleTortue
  • (6) Batagur trivittata

(Zero quota for wild specimens for commercial purposes./À des fins commerciales, un quota de zéro spécimen sauvage.)

IIBurmese roofed turtleTortue
  • (7) Cuora spp.

(Zero quota for wild specimens for commercial purposes for Cuora aurocapitata, C. bourreti, C. flavomarginata, C. galbinifrons, C. mccordi, C. mouhotii, C. pani, C. picturata, C. trifasciata, C. yunnanensis and C. zhoui./À des fins commerciales, un quota de zéro spécimen sauvage de Cuora aurocapitata, C. bourreti, C. flavomarginata, C. galbinifrons, C. mccordi, C. mouhotii, C. pani, C. picturata, C. trifasciata, C. yunnanensis et C. zhoui.)

IISoutheast Asian box turtlesTortues-boîtes d’Asie orientale
  • (8) Cyclemys spp.

IIAsian leaf turtlesTortues d’eau douce
  • (9) Geoclemys hamiltonii

ISpotted black pond turtleTortue de Hamilton
  • (10) Geoemyda japonica

IIRyukyu leaf turtleTortue
  • (11) Geoemyda spengleri

IIBlack-breasted leaf turtleGeoemyde de Spengler
  • (12) Hardella thurjii

IICrowned river turtleTortue de rivière
  • (13) Heosemys annandalii

(Zero quota for wild specimens for commercial purposes./À des fins commerciales, un quota de zéro spécimen sauvage.)

IIYellow-headed temple turtleHiérémyde d’Annandal
  • (14) Heosemys depressa

(Zero quota for wild specimens for commercial purposes./À des fins commerciales, un quota de zéro spécimen sauvage.)

IIArakan forest turtleHéosémyde de l’Arakan
  • (15) Heosemys grandis

IIGiant Asian pond turtleHéosémyde géante
  • (16) Heosemys spinosa

IISpiny turtleHéosémyde épineuse
  • (17) Leucocephalon yuwonoi

IISulawesi forest turtleGéosémyde des Célèbes
  • (18) Malayemys macrocephala

IISnail-eating turtleÉmyde
  • (19) Malayemys subtrijuga

IIMalayan snail-eating turtleMalayémyde à trois arêtes
  • (20) Mauremys annamensis

(Zero quota for wild specimens for commercial purposes./À des fins commerciales, un quota de zéro spécimen sauvage.)

IIAnnam pond turtleÉmyde d’Annam
  • (21) Mauremys iversoni

IIIChina/ChineFujian pond turtleÉmyde d’Iverson
  • (22) Mauremys japonica

IIPond turtleÉmyde
  • (23) Mauremys megalocephala

IIIChina/ChineBig-headed pond turtleÉmyde chinoise à grosse tête
  • (24) Mauremys mutica

IIYellow pond turtleÉmyde mutique
  • (25) Mauremys nigricans

IIRed-necked pond turtleÉmyde chinoise à cou rouge
  • (26) Mauremys pritchardi

IIIChina/ChinePritchard’s pond turtleÉmyde de Pritchard
  • (27) Mauremys reevesii

IIIChina/ChineReeves’s turtleÉmyde chinoise de Reeves
  • (28) Mauremys sinensis

IIIChina/ChineChinese stripe-necked turtleÉmyde chinoise
  • (29) Melanochelys tricarinata

IThree-keeled Asian turtleTortue tricarénée
  • (30) Melanochelys trijuga

IIIndian black turtleTortue noire de l’Inde
  • (31) Morenia ocellata

IBurmese swamp turtleTortue de Birmanie
  • (32) Morenia petersi

IIIndian eyed turtleTortue
  • (33) Notochelys platynota

IIMalayan flat-shelled turtleTortue-boîte à dos plat
  • (34) Ocadia glyphistoma

IIIChina/ChineNotch-mouthed stripe-necked turtleTortue
  • (35) Ocadia philippeni

IIIChina/ChinePhilippen’s stripe-necked turtleTortue
  • (36) Orlitia borneensis

(Zero quota for wild specimens for commercial purposes./À des fins commerciales, un quota de zéro spécimen sauvage.)

IIMalayan giant turtleÉmyde géante de Bornéo
  • (37) Pangshura spp.

(Except the species included in Appendix I to the Convention./Sauf les espèces inscrites à l’Annexe I de la Convention.)

IIRoofed turtlesKachugas
  • (38) Pangshura tecta

IIndian tent turtleTortue à toit de l’Inde
  • (39) Sacalia bealei

IIBeal’s eyed turtleÉmyde chinoise à trois ocelles
  • (40) Sacalia pseudocellata

IIIChina/ChineChinese false-eyed turtleÉmyde
  • (41) Sacalia quadriocellata

IIFour-eyed turtleÉmyde chinoise à quatre ocelles
  • (42) Siebenrockiella crassicollis

IIBlack marsh turtleÉmyde dentelée à trois carènes
  • (43) Siebenrockiella leytensis

IIPhilippine pond turtleHéosémyde de Leyte
  • (44) Vijayachelys silvatica

IICochin forest cane turtleTortue
1.3.5.9Platysternidae
  • (1) Platysternidae spp.

IBig-headed turtlesTortues à grosse tête
1.3.5.10Podocnemididae
  • (1) Erymnochelys madagascariensis

IIMadagascar big-headed side-necked turtlePodocnémide de Madagascar
  • (2) Peltocephalus dumerilianus

IIBig-headed Amazon river turtlePodocnémide de Duméril
  • (3) Podocnemis spp.

IISouth American river turtlesTortues fluviatiles d’Amérique du Sud
1.3.5.11Testudinidae
  • (1) Testudinidae spp.

(Except the species included in Appendix I to the Convention. A zero annual export quota has been established for specimens of Centrochelys sulcata removed from the wild and traded for primarily commercial purposes./Sauf les espèces inscrites à l’Annexe I de la Convention. Un quota annuel d’exportation de zéro a été établi pour les spécimens de Centrochelys sulcata prélevés dans la nature pour des transactions principalement commerciales.)

IITrue tortoisesTortues terrestres
  • (2) Astrochelys radiata

IMadagascar radiated tortoiseTortue rayonnée
  • (3) Astrochelys yniphora

IAngulated Madagascar tortoiseTortue de Madagascar
  • (4) Chelenoidis niger

IGalapagos giant tortoiseTortue géante des Galapagos
  • (5) Geochelone platynota

IBurmese Star TortoiseTortue étoilée de Birmanie
  • (6) Gopherus flavomarginatus

IBolson gopher tortoiseGophère polyphème
  • (7) Psammobates geometricus

IGeometric tortoiseTortue géométrique
  • (8) Pyxis arachnoides

ISpider tortoiseTortue-araignée
  • (9) Pyxis planicauda

IMadagascar flat-tailed tortoisePyxide à queue plate
  • (10) Testudo kleinmanni

IEgyptian tortoiseTortue d’Égypte
1.3.5.12Trionychidae
  • (1) Amyda cartilaginea

IISoutheast Asian softshell turtleTrionyx cartilagineux
  • (2) Apalone ferox

IIIUnited States of America/États-Unis d’AmériqueFlorida softshell turtleTortue-molle de Floride
  • (3) Apalone mutica

IIIUnited States of America/États-Unis d’AmériqueSmooth softshell turtleTortue-molle
  • (4) Apalone spinifera

(Except the subspecies included in Appendix I to the Convention./Sauf les sous-espèces inscrites à l’Annexe I de la Convention.)

IIIUnited States of America/États-Unis d’AmériqueSpiny softshell turtleTortue-molle à épines
  • (5) Apalone spinifera atra

ICuatro Cienegas black softshell turtleTortue noire
  • (6) Chitra spp.

(Except the species included in Appendix I to the Convention./Sauf les espèces inscrites à l’Annexe I de la Convention.)

IINarrow-headed softshell turtlesTrionchychinés
  • (7) Chitra chitra

ISoutheast Asian narrow-headed softshell turtleTortue
  • (8) Chitra vandijki

IMyanmar narrow-headed softshell turtleTortue
  • (9) Cyclanorbis elegans

IINubian flapshell turtleTortue
  • (10) Cyclanorbis senegalensis

IISenegal flapshell turtleTortue
  • (11) Cycloderma aubryi

IIAubry’s flapshell turtleTortue
  • (12) Cycloderma frenatum

IIZambezi flapshell turtleTortue
  • (13) Dogania subplana

IIMalayan soft-shelled turtleTortue
  • (14) Lissemys ceylonensis

IISri Lankan flapshell turtleTortue
  • (15) Lissemys punctata

IIIndian flapshell turtleTortue
  • (16) Lissemys scutata

IIBurmese flapshell turtleTortue
  • (17) Nilssonia formosa

IIBurmese peacock softshellTortue
  • (18) Nilssonia gangetica

IIndian Ganges softshell turtleTortue du Gange
  • (19) Nilssonia hurum

IPeacock-marked softshell turtleTrionyx paon
  • (20) Nilssonia leithii

IILeith’s softshell turtleTortue
  • (21) Nilssonia nigricans

IBlack softshell turtleTrionyx sombre
  • (22) Palea steindachneri

IIWattle-necked softshell turtleTrionyx à cou caronculé
  • (23) Pelochelys spp.

IIGiant softshell turtlesTortues
  • (24) Pelodiscus axenaria

IIChinese softshell turtleTortue
  • (25) Pelodiscus maackii

IIChinese softshell turtleTortue
  • (26) Pelodiscus parviformis

IIChinese softshell turtleTortue
  • (27) Rafetus euphraticus

IIEuphrates soft-shell turtleTortue
  • (28) Rafetus swinhoei

IIYangtze softshell turtleTrionyx du Yang-tse
  • (29) Trionyx triunguis

IINile soft-shell turtleTortue
1.4.0.0AMPHIBIA
1.4.1.0ANURA
1.4.1.1Aromobatidae
  • (1) Allobates femoralis

IIBrilliant-thighed poison frogEpipédobate fémorale
  • (2) Allobates hodli

IIPoison frogEpipédobate
  • (3) Allobates myersi

IIPoison frogEpipédobate
  • (4) Allobates zaparo

IISanguine poison frogEpipédobate zaparo
  • (5) Anomaloglossus rufulus

IIPoison frogEpipédobate
1.4.1.2Bufonidae
  • (1) Amietophrynus channingi

IChanning’s toadCrapaud
  • (2) Amietophrynus superciliaris

ICameroon toadCrapaud du Cameroun
  • (3) Altiphrynoides spp.

IViviparous toadsCrapauds vivipares
  • (4) Atelopus zeteki

IZetek’s frogGrenouille de Zetek
  • (5) Incilius periglenes

IMonte Verde golden toadCrapaud doré
  • (6) Nectophrynoides spp.

IViviparous toadsCrapauds vivipares
  • (7) Nimbaphrynoides spp.

IViviparous toadsCrapauds vivipares
1.4.1.3Calyptocephalellidae
  • (1) Calyptocephalella gayi

IIIChile/ChiliWide mouth toadCrapaud à grande bouche
1.4.1.4Dendrobatidae
  • (1) Adelphobates spp.

IIPoison frogsGrenouilles venimeuses
  • (2) Ameerega spp.

IIPoison frogsGrenouilles venimeuses
  • (3) Andinobates spp.

IIPoison frogsGrenouilles venimeuses
  • (4) Dendrobates spp.

IIPoison-dart frogsDendrobates
  • (5) Epipedobates spp.

IIPoison-arrow frogsEpipedobates
  • (6) Excidobates spp.

IIPoison frogsGrenouilles venimeuses
  • (7) Hyloxalus azureiventris

IISky-blue poison frogEpipedobate au ventre bleu
  • (8) Minyobates spp.

IIDemonic poison frogsMinyobates de Steyermark
  • (9) Oophaga spp.

IIPoison frogsGrenouilles venimeuses
  • (10) Phyllobates spp.

IIPoison-arrow frogsPhyllobates
  • (11) Ranitomeya spp.

IIPoison frogsGrenouilles venimeuses
1.4.1.5Dicroglossidae
  • (1) Euphlyctis hexadactylus

IIAsian bullfrogCrapaud d’Asie
  • (2) Hoplobatrachus tigerinus

IIIndian bullfrogCrapaud indien
1.4.1.6Hylidae
  • (1) Agalychnis spp.

IITree frogsRainettes
1.4.1.7Mantellidae
  • (1) Mantella spp.

IIMantellasMantelles
1.4.1.8Microhylidae
  • (1) Dyscophus antongilii

IITomato frogGrenouille tomate
  • (2) Dyscophus guineti

IIFalse tomato frogGrenouille tomate
  • (3) Dyscophus insularis

IIAntsouhy tomato frogGrenouille tomate
  • (4) Scaphiophryne boribory

IIBurrowing frogGrenouille verte des terriers
  • (5) Scaphiophryne gottlebei

IIRed rain frogGrenouille rouge
  • (6) Scaphiophryne marmorata

IIBurrowing frogGrenouille verte des terriers
  • (7) Scaphiophryne spinosa

IIBurrowing frogGrenouille verte des terriers
1.4.1.9Myobatrachidae
  • (1) Rheobatrachus spp.

(Except Rheobatrachus silus and Rheobatrachus vitellinus, which are not included in the Appendices to the Convention./Sauf Rheobatrachus silus et Rheobatrachus vitellinus, qui ne sont pas inscrites aux annexes de la Convention.)

IIGastric-brooding frogsGrenouilles à incubation gastrique
1.4.1.10Telmatobiidae
  • (1) Telmatobius culeus

ITiticaca water frogGrenouille géante de Titicaca
1.4.2.0CAUDATA
1.4.2.1Ambystomatidae
  • (1) Ambystoma dumerilii

IILake Patzcuaro salamanderSalamandre du lac Patzcuaro
  • (2) Ambystoma mexicanum

IIMexican axolotlSalamandre du Mexique
1.4.2.2Cryptobranchidae
  • (1) Andrias spp.

IGiant salamandersSalamandres géantes
  • (2) Cryptobranchus alleganiensis

IIIUnited States of America/États-Unis d’AmériqueHellbenderSalamandre
1.4.2.3Hynobiidae
  • (1) Hynobius amjiensis

IIIChina/ChineAmji’s salamanderSalamandre
1.4.2.4Salamandridae
  • (1) Neurergus kaiseri

IKaiser spotted newtTriton tacheté de Kaiser
  • (2) Paramesotriton hongkongensis

IIHong Kong warty newtUrodèle de Hong Kong
  • (3) Salamandra algira

IIIAlgeria/AlgérieNorth African fire salamanderSalamandre algire
1.5.0.0ELASMOBRANCHII
1.5.1.0CARCHARHINIFORMES
1.5.1.1Carcharhinidae
  • (1) Carcharhinus falciformis

(Entry into effect of the inclusion in Appendix II delayed until 4 October 2017./Entrée en vigueur de l’inscription à l’Annexe II reportée au 4 octobre 2017.)

IISilky sharkRequin soyeux
  • (2) Carcharhinus longimanus

IIOceanic whitetip sharkRequin océanique
1.5.1.2Sphyrnidae
  • (1) Sphyrna lewini

IIScalloped hammerhead sharkRequin marteau halicorne
  • (2) Sphyrna mokarran

IIGreat hammerhead sharkGrand requin marteau
  • (3) Sphyrna zygaena

IISmooth hammerhead sharkRequin marteau commun
1.5.2.0LAMNIFORMES
1.5.2.1Alopiidae
  • (1) Alopias spp.

(Entry into effect of the inclusion in Appendix II delayed until 4 October 2017./Entrée en vigueur de l’inscription à l’Annexe II reportée au 4 octobre 2017.)

IIThresher sharksRequins-renards
1.5.2.2Cetorhinidae
  • (1) Cetorhinus maximus

IIBasking sharkRequin pèlerin
1.5.2.3Lamnidae
  • (1) Carcharodon carcharias

IIGreat white sharkGrand requin blanc
  • (2) Lamna nasus

IIPorbeagle sharkRequin-taupe commun
1.5.3.0MYLIOBATIFORMES
1.5.3.1Myliobatidae
  • (1) Manta spp.

IIManta raysRaies mantas
  • (2) Mobula spp.

IIDevil raysRaies mobula
1.5.3.2Potamotrygonidae
  • (1) Paratrygon aiereba

IIIColombia/ColombieCeja river stingrayParatrygon
  • (2) Potamotrygon spp.

IIINational population of Brazil (Brazil)/Population nationale du Brésil (Brésil)River stingraysPotamotrygons
  • (3) Potamotrygon constellata

IIIColombia/ColombieThorny river stingrayPotamotrygon
  • (4) Potamotrygon magdalenae

IIIColombia/ColombieMagdalena river stingrayPotamotrygon
  • (5) Potamotrygon motoro

IIIColombia/ColombieOcellate river stingrayPotamotrygon motoro
  • (6) Potamotrygon orbignyi

IIIColombia/ColombieSmoothback river stingrayPotamotrygon
  • (7) Potamotrygon schroederi

IIIColombia/ColombieRosette river stingrayPotamotrygon
  • (8) Potamotrygon scobina

IIIColombia/ColombieRaspy river stingrayPotamotrygon
  • (9) Potamotrygon yepezi

IIIColombia/ColombieMaracaibo river stingrayPotamotrygon
1.5.4.0ORECTOLOBIFORMES
1.5.4.1Rhincodontidae
  • (1) Rhincodon typus

IIWhale sharkRequin-baleine
1.5.5.0PRISTIFORMES
1.5.5.1Pristidae
  • (1) Pristidae spp.

ISawfishesPoissons-scies
1.6.0.0ACTINOPTERI
1.6.1.0ACIPENSERIFORMES
  • (1) ACIPENSERIFORMES spp.

(Except the species included in Appendix I to the Convention./Sauf les espèces inscrites à l’Annexe I de la Convention.)

IISturgeonsEsturgeons
1.6.1.1Acipenseridae
  • (1) Acipenser brevirostrum

IShortnose sturgeonEsturgeon à museau court
  • (2) Acipenser sturio

IEuropean sturgeonEsturgeon commun d’Europe
1.6.2.0ANGUILLIFORMES
1.6.2.1Anguillidae
  • (1) Anguilla anguilla

IIEuropean eelAnguille d’Europe
1.6.3.0CYPRINIFORMES
1.6.3.1Catostomidae
  • (1) Chasmistes cujus

ICui-uiCui-ui
1.6.3.2Cyprinidae
  • (1) Caecobarbus geertsii

IIBlind cave fishPoisson cavernicole aveugle
  • (2) Probarbus jullieni

IGiant river carpBarbeau de Jullien
1.6.4.0OSTEOGLOSSIFORMES
1.6.4.1Arapaimidae
  • (1) Arapaima gigas

IIArapaimaPirarucu
1.6.4.2Osteoglossidae
  • (1) Scleropages formosus

IAsian arowanaScléropage d’Asie
  • (2) Scleropages inscriptus

IMyanmar arowanaScléropage de Myanmar
1.6.5.0PERCIFORMES
1.6.5.1Labridae
  • (1) Cheilinus undulatus

IIHumphead wrasseNapoléon
1.6.5.2Pomacanthidae
  • (1) Holacanthus clarionensis

IIClarion angelfishDemoiselle de Clarion
1.6.5.3Sciaenidae
  • (1) Totoaba macdonaldi

IMacDonald weakfishAcoupa de MacDonald
1.6.6.0SILURIFORMES
1.6.6.1Loricariidae
  • (1) Hypancistrus zebra

IIIBrazil/BrésilZebra plecoPleco
1.6.6.2Pangasiidae
  • (1) Pangasianodon gigas

IThailand giant catfishSilure géant
1.6.7.0SYNGNATHIFORMES
1.6.7.1Syngnathidae
  • (1) Hippocampus spp.

IISeahorsesHippocampes
1.7.0.0COELACANTHI
1.7.1.0COELACANTHIFORMES
1.7.1.1Latimeriidae
  • (1) Latimeria spp.

ICoelacanthsCoelacanthes
1.8.0.0DIPNEUSTI
1.8.1.0CERATODONTIFORMES
1.8.1.1Neoceratodontidae
  • (1) Neoceratodus forsteri

IIAustralian lungfishDipneuste
2.0.0.0ECHINODERMATA
2.1.0.0HOLOTHUROIDEA
2.1.1.0ASPIDOCHIROTIDA
2.1.1.1Stichopodidae
  • (1) Isostichopus fuscus

IIIEcuador/ÉquateurSea cucumberConcombre de mer
3.0.0.0ARTHROPODA
3.1.0.0ARACHNIDA
3.1.1.0ARANEAE
3.1.1.1Theraphosidae
  • (1) Aphonopelma albiceps

IITarantulaTarentule
  • (2) Aphonopelma pallidum

IITarantulaTarentule
  • (3) Brachypelma spp.

IIRed-legged tarantulasTarentules à pattes rouges
3.1.2.0SCORPIONES
3.1.2.1Scorpionidae
  • (1) Pandinus dictator

IIEmperor scorpionScorpion
  • (2) Pandinus gambiensis

IIEmperor scorpionGrand scorpion du Sénégal
  • (3) Pandinus imperator

IIEmperor scorpionScorpion
  • (4) Pandinus roeseli

IIEmperor scorpionScorpion
3.2.0.0INSECTA
3.2.1.0COLEOPTERA
3.2.1.1Lucanidae
  • (1) Colophon spp.

IIISouth Africa/Afrique du SudStag beetlesLucanes cerf-volant
3.2.1.2Scarabaeidae
  • (1) Dynastes satanas

IISatanas beetleDynaste satanas
3.2.2.0LEPIDOPTERA
3.2.2.1Nymphalidae
  • (1) Agrias amydon boliviensis

IIIPlurinational State of Bolivia/État plurinational de BolivieButterflyPapillon
  • (2) Morpho godartii lachaumei

IIIPlurinational State of Bolivia/État plurinational de BolivieButterflyPapillon
  • (3) Prepona praeneste buckleyana

IIIPlurinational State of Bolivia/État plurinational de BolivieButterflyPapillon
3.2.2.2Papilionidae
  • (1) Atrophaneura jophon

IISri Lankan rose butterflyLépidoptère papilionidé du Sri Lanka
  • (2) Atrophaneura pandiyana

IIMalabar rose butterflyPapillon
  • (3) Bhutanitis spp.

IIBhutan glory swallowtail butterfliesOrnithoptères
  • (4) Ornithoptera spp.

(Except the species included in Appendix I to the Convention./Sauf les espèces inscrites à l’Annexe I de la Convention.)

IIBirdwing butterfliesOrnithoptères
  • (5) Ornithoptera alexandrae

IQueen Alexandra’s birdwing butterflyReine Alexandre
  • (6) Papilio chikae

ILuzon peacock swallowtail butterflyMachaon de Luzon
  • (7) Papilio homerus

IHomerus swallowtail butterflyPorte-queue Homerus
  • (8) Papilio hospiton

IICorsican swallowtail butterflyPorte-queue de Corse
  • (9) Parnassius apollo

IIMountain apollo butterflyApollon
  • (10) Teinopalpus spp.

IIKaiserihind butterfliesPapillons de Kaiser
  • (11) Trogonoptera spp.

IIBirdwing butterfliesPapillons, ornithoptères
IIBirdwing butterfliesPapillons, ornithoptères
4.0.0.0ANNELIDA
4.1.0.0HIRUDINOIDEA
4.1.1.0ARHYNCHOBDELLIDA
4.1.1.1Hirudinidae
  • (1) Hirudo medicinalis

IIMedicinal leechSangsue médicinale
  • (2) Hirudo verbana

IISouthern medicinal leechSangsue de Verbano
5.0.0.0MOLLUSCA
5.1.0.0BIVALVIA
5.1.1.0MYTILOIDA
5.1.1.1Mytilidae
  • (1) Lithophaga lithophaga

IIEuropean date musselDatte de mer
5.1.2.0UNIONOIDA
5.1.2.1Unionidae
  • (1) Conradilla caelata

IBirdwing pearly musselDysnomie
  • (2) Cyprogenia aberti

IIEdible naiadDysnomie
  • (3) Dromus dromas

IDromedary naiadDysnomie
  • (4) Epioblasma curtisi

ICurtis’ naiadDysnomie
  • (5) Epioblasma florentina

IYellow-blossom naiadDysnomie
  • (6) Epioblasma sampsonii

ISampson’s naiadDysnomie
  • (7) Epioblasma sulcata perobliqua

IWhite cats paw musselDysnomie
  • (8) Epioblasma torulosa gubernaculum

IGreen-blossomDysnomie
  • (9) Epioblasma torulosa rangiana

IITan-blossom naiadDysnomie ventrue jaune
  • (10) Epioblasma torulosa torulosa

ITubercled-blossom naiadDysnomie
  • (11) Epioblasma turgidula

ITurgid-blossom naiadDysnomie
  • (12) Epioblasma walkeri

IBrown-blossom naiadDysnomie
  • (13) Fusconaia cuneolus

IFine-rayed pigtoeMoule
  • (14) Fusconaia edgariana

IShiny pigtoeMoule
  • (15) Lampsilis higginsii

IHiggin’s eye pearly musselMoule
  • (16) Lampsilis orbiculata orbiculata

IPinkmucketMoule
  • (17) Lampsilis satur

IPlain pocketbook pearly musselMoule
  • (18) Lampsilis virescens

IAlabama lamp pearly musselMoule
  • (19) Plethobasus cicatricosus

IWhite wartyback pearly musselMoule
  • (20) Plethobasus cooperianus

IOrange-footed pimpleback pearly musselMoule
  • (21) Pleurobema clava

II