50 CFR 23.15 - How may I travel internationally with my personal or household effects, including tourist souvenirs?
|Major group||Species (Appendix II only)||Type of specimen||Quantity 1|
|1 To import, export, or re-export more than the quantity listed in the table, you must have a valid CITES document for the entire quantity.|
|Fishes||(i) Acipenseriformes (sturgeon, including paddlefish)||Sturgeon caviar (see § 23.71)||125 gm|
|Fishes||(ii) Hippocampus spp. (seahorses)||Dead specimens, parts, products (including manufactured items), and derivatives||4|
|Reptiles||(iii) Crocodylia (alligators, caimans, crocodiles, gavial)||Dead specimens, parts, products (including manufactured items), and derivatives||4|
|Molluscs||(iv) Strombus gigas (queen conch)||Shells||3|
|Molluscs||(v) Tridacnidae (giant clams)||Shells, each of which may be one intact shell or two matching halves||3 shells, total not exceeding 3 kg|
|Plants||(vi) Cactaceae (cacti)||Rainsticks||3|
Title 50 published on 2014-10-01.
No entries appear in the Federal Register after this date, for 50 CFR Part 23.
Title 50 published on 2014-10-01
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