50 CFR Subpart B - Prohibitions, Exemptions, and Requirements
- § 23.13 What is prohibited?
- § 23.14 [Reserved]
- § 23.15 How may I travel internationally with my personal or household effects, including tourist souvenirs?
- § 23.16 What are the U.S. CITES requirements for urine, feces, and synthetically derived DNA?
- § 23.17 What are the requirements for CITES specimens traded internationally by diplomatic, consular, military, and other persons exempt from customs duties or inspections?
- § 23.18 What CITES documents are required to export Appendix-I wildlife?
- § 23.19 What CITES documents are required to export Appendix-I plants?
- § 23.20 What CITES documents are required for international trade?
- § 23.21 What happens if a country enters a reservation for a species?
- § 23.22 What are the requirements for in-transit shipments?
- § 23.23 What information is required on U.S. and foreign CITES documents?
- § 23.24 What code is used to show the source of the specimen?
- § 23.25 What additional information is required on a non-Party CITES document?
- § 23.26 When is a U.S. or foreign CITES document valid?
- § 23.27 What CITES documents do I present at the port?
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