50 CFR 23.20 - What CITES documents are required for international trade?
|Type of specimen or activity||Appendix||CITES exemption document||Section|
|1 Issued by the Management Authority in the exporting or re-exporting country.|
|2 Issued by the Management Authority in the owner's country of usual residence.|
|3 Registration codes assigned by the Management Authorities in both exporting and importing countries.|
|4 Appendix-I species bred in captivity or artificially propagated for commercial purposes (see §§ 23.46 and 23.47).|
|(1) Artificially propagated plant (see paragraph (d)(4) of this section for an Appendix-I plant propagated for commercial purposes)||I, II, or III||CITES document with source code “A”1||23.40|
|(2) Artificially propagated plant from a country that has provided copies of the certificates, stamps, and seals to the Secretariat||II or III||Phytosanitary certificate with CITES statement 1||23.23(f)|
|(3) Bred-in-captivity wildlife (see paragraph (d)(5) of this section for Appendix-I wildlife bred in captivity for commercial purposes)||I, II, or III||CITES document with source code “C”1||23.41|
|(4) Commercially propagated Appendix-I plant||I||CITES document with source code “D”1||23.47|
|(5) Commercially bred Appendix-I wildlife from a breeding operation registered with the CITES Secretariat||I||CITES document with source code “D”1||23.46|
|(6) Export of certain marine specimens protected under a pre-existing treaty, convention, or international agreement for that species||II||CITES document indicating that the specimen was taken in accordance with provisions of the applicable treaty, convention, or international agreement||23.36(e)23.39(e)|
|(7) Hybrid plants||I, II, or III||CITES document unless the specimen qualifies as an exempt plant hybrid||23.42|
|(8) Hybrid wildlife||I, II, or III||CITES document unless the specimen qualifies as an exempt wildlife hybrid||23.43|
|(9) In-transit shipment (see paragraph (d)(14) of this section for sample collections covered by an ATA carnet)||I, II, or III||CITES document designating importer and country of final destination||23.22|
|(10) Introduction from the sea under a pre-existing treaty, convention, or international agreement for that species||II||Document required by applicable treaty, convention, or international agreement, if appropriate||23.39(d)|
|(11) Noncommercial loan, donation, or exchange of specimens between scientific institutions registered with the CITES Secretariat||I, II, or III||A label indicating CITES and the registration codes of both institutions and, in the United States, a CITES certificate of scientific exchange that registers the institution 3||23.48|
|(12) Personally owned live wildlife for multiple cross-border movements||I, II, or III||CITES certificate of ownership2||23.44|
|(13) Pre-Convention specimen||I, II, or III||CITES document indicating pre-Convention status 1||23.45|
|(14) Sample collection covered by an ATA carnet||I 4, II, or III||CITES document indicating sample collection 2||23.50|
|(15) Traveling exhibition||I, II, or III||CITES document indicating specimens qualify as pre-Convention, bred in captivity, or artificially propagated 2||23.49|
|Appendix||Type of CITES document(s) required|
|I||Import permit (§ 23.35) and either an export permit (§ 23.36) or re-export certificate (§ 23.37)|
|II||Export permit (§ 23.36) or re-export certificate (§ 23.37)|
|III||Export permit (§ 23.36) if the specimen originated in a country that listed the species; certificate of origin (§ 23.38) if the specimen originated in a country other than the listing country, unless the listing annotation indicates otherwise; or re-export certificate for all re-exports (§ 23.37)|
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