Common name index in alphabetical order —A—



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The following is a Simplified List of CITES Species for the purposes of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999. Effective date 12 June 2013.
COMMON NAME INDEX in alphabetical order



A—

Aardwolf 30

Addax 25

Adonis 62

African Cherry 63

Afrormosia 59

Agarwood 64

Agave 54


Ajo 57

Albatross 19

Alerce 57

Alligator 41

Alluadia 57

Almendro 59

Aloe 59–60

Aloewood 64

Animal hybrid 10

Anoa 25


Anteater 35

Antelope 25–26

Ape 37, 39

Aracari 19

Arapaima 11

Argali 26

Armadillo 34

Asian arowana 11

Ass 35

Aucklandia 57



Avadavat 18

Axolotl 12

Aye-Aye 39

Ayuque 63

B—

Babirusa 28

Badger 31

Bandicoot 35

Barb 10

Barbet 19



Bat 34

Batagur 46

Bear 32

Bear-grass 54



Beetle 49

Big cats See Felidae

Binturong 32

Birds 12–22

Birds of Paradise 19

Birdwing Butterfly 49

Bismarckia 62

Bison 25


Bivalves 52–53

Blackbird 18

Boa 44

Bobcat 29



Bonobo 39

Bontebok 25

Bonytongue 11

Booby 19


Boodie 35

Boomaalwyn 60

Brazilian Rosewood 59

Brazilwood 59

Bristlebird 18

Brocket 27

Budgerigar 20

Buffalo 25

Bulbul 19

Bullfrog 11

Bustard 18

Butterfly 49

C—

Cacomistle 31

Cactaceae 56

Cacti 56–57

Cactus 56–57

Caiman 41–42

Capuchin 39

Caracal 29

Caracara 16

Cardinal 18

Cascabel 45

Cascaval 45

Catfish 11

Cats See Felidae

Caviar 10

Cavy 40


Cedar 60

Ceratozamia 65

Cetacean 33–34

Chachalaca 16–17

Chameleon 42–43

Chamois 26

Cheetah 29

Chicken 17

Chimpanzee 39

Chinchilla 40

Chiru 26

Chuckwalla 43

Cistanche 62

Civet 32


Clam 53

Coati 32


Coatimundi 32

Cobra 44–45

Cochita 33

Cockatiel 20

Cockatoo 20

Cock-of-the-Rock 18

Coco de mer 62

Cocobolo 59

Coelacanth 41

Coendou 40

Colobus 37, 38

Conch 53


Condor 16

Conure 22

Coq De Boise 19

Coral 50


Costus 57

Cotinga 18

Cougar 30

Crane 17–18

Cristobal 59

Crocodile 41–42

Crow 19

Cucumber, Sea 52



Cui-ui 10

Cuniculidae 40

Curlew 13

Cuscus 35

Cyathea 57

Cycad 57, 63, 65

Cyclamen 62

Cymbidium See Orchid

D—

Dalbergia 59

Deer 27


Dendrobium 61, See Orchid

Dhole 28


Dicksonia 57

Dog 28, 29, 41

Dolphin 33–34

Dove 14


Drill 38

Duck 12–13

Dugong 41

Duiker 25, 26

Dunnart 34

E—

Eagle 15–16

Elephant 40

Encephalartos 65

Euphorbia 58

F—

Falcon 15–16

Fanaloka 29

Fanalouc 29

Felidae 29

Ferret 31

Finch 18

Fish (Bony) 41

Fish (Cartilagenous) 24

Fitzroya 57

Flycatcher 18, 19

Flying Fox 34

Flytrap, Venus 57

Fossa 32


Fowl 17

Fox 28–29

Frigatebird 19

Frog 11


G—

Gaur 25


Gavial 41–42

Gavilan 16

Gazelle 25

Gecko 43


Ghaap 54

Gibbon 39

Gila Monster 43

Ginseng 55

Goldenseal 63

Gonystylus 64

Goose 12


Goral 26

Gorilla 37, 39

Goshawk 15

Granadillo 59

Grebe 19

Greenshank 13

Grison 31

Guaiac, Oil of 65

Guan 16, 17

Guanaco 26

Guatemalan Beaded Lizard 43

Guatemalan Fir 62

Guemal 27

Guenon 38

Gull 13

Gyrfalcon 16



H—

Hangul 27

Hare 35

Hare-wallaby 35



Harrier 15

Hawk 15


Hawk-owl 23

Hawksbill 45–46

Hermit 13, 14

Hippopotamus 27–28

Hog 28

Honeyeater 18



Hoodia 54

Hornbill 14

Horse 35

Howler-monkey 37

Huemal 27

Hummingbird 13

Hwamei 18

Hybrid animal 10

Hybrid plant 53

Hydrocoral 52

I—

Ibis 14


Iguana 43

Ikan 10


Insect 49

J—

Jabiru 13

Jackal 28

Jacutinga 17

Jaguar 30

Jaguarundi 29

Jungle Fowl 17

K—

Kagu 18


Kakariki 22

Kestrel 16

Khar 35

Kinkajou 32



Kite 15, 16

Komodo Dragon 43

Kouprey 25

Kutki 63


L—

Laelia 61

Lammergeier 15

Langur 38, 39

Lechwe 26

Leech 48


Lemur 39

Leopard 29–30

Lignum Vitae 65–66

Linsang 32

Liocichla 18

Lion 29–30

Lizard 42–44

Loggerhead 45

Lorikeet 21–22

Loris 37, 39

Lory 20–22

Lourie 15

Lovebird 20

Lungfish 41

Lynx 29

M—



Macaque 38

Macaw 21–22

Magnolia 60

mahogany 60

Mahogany 60–61

Mammal 25–26

Manatee 41

Mandrill 38

Mangabey 38

Margay 29

Mari 35

Markhor 25



Marmoset 37, 38

Marmot 41

Marsupial-mouse 34

Marten (mam.) 31

Martin (bird) 18

Mastigure 42

May-apple 55

Megapode 17

Mesia 18

Microcycas 65

Mollusc 52–53

Mongoose 29, 30

Monitor 43–44

Monkey 37, 39

Monkey-puzzle 55

Mouse 40


Mouse (Marsupial) 34

Munning 35

Muntjac 27

Musang 32

Musk Deer 28

Mussel 52–53

Myna 19

N—



Nard 65

Narwhal 33

Nepenthes 61

Niltava 18

Nogaed 59

O—

Ocelot 29

Olingo 31

onager 35

Ora 43


Orangutan 39

Orchid 61–62

Oricilla 29

Oryx 26


Osprey 16

Ostrich 24

Otter 30–31

Owl 23–24

Owlet 23

Ox 26


P—

Paca 40


Pachypodium 55

Paddlefish 10

Palm 62

Palo Santo 65



Pangolin 36–37

Panther 30

Paphiopedilum 61

Parakeet 22

Parrot 20–22

Peacock 17

Peafowl 17

Peccary 28

Pelican 19

Penguin 23

Pernambuco 59

Phalaenopsis See Orchid

Pheasant 17

Pigeon 14

Pilgerodendron 57

pine 62

Pirarucu 11



Pitcher Plant 61, 63

Pitta 19


Plant 53–66

Plant Hybrid 53

Po Chai See Costus

Porcupine 40

Porpoise 33–34

Potto 40


Prairie Chicken 17

Prairie Dog 41



Primates 37

Pronghorn 25

Prosimian 37

Pudu 27


Python 45

Q—

Queen Conch 53

Quetzal 24

R—

Rabbit 35

Rail 18

Ramin See Gonystylus



Rat 40

Ratel 31


Rattlesnake 45

Reptile 41–45

Rhea 22

Rhim 25


Rhinoceros 35–36

Ring-necked parakeet 20, 21

Robin 18

Rockfowl 19

Rock-rat 40

Rosewood 59

Rosewood, Honduras 59

Rosewood, Nicaraguan 59

S—

Saiga 26


Saki 39

Salamander 12

Sandalwood 59

Sanzinia 44

Sarracenia 63

Saussurea See Costus

Savannah Dog 29

Scorpion 49

Scrub-bird 18

Sea Cumber 52

Sea Turtle 45–46

Seahorse 11

Seal 31

Secretary Bird 16



Serow 25

Serval 29

Shahtoosh 26

Shark 24


Sheep 25, 26

Shell 52–53

Shoebill 13

Shrew 41


Siamang 39

Silvereye 19

Siskin 18

Sisserou 21

Skink 43

Skunk 30, 31

Sloth 32, 37

Snail 53


Snake 44–45

Snow leopard 30

Snowcock 17

Snowdrop 54

Sparrow 18

Sparrowhawk 15

Spider 49

Spider-monkey 37

Spikenard 65

Spoonbill 14

Squirrel 40–41

Squirrel-monkey 38

Starling 19

Sternbergia 54

Stoat 31

Stone Culew 13

Stork 13

sturgeons 10

Swallowtail 49

Swan 12


T—

Takin 25


Tamaraw 25

Tamarin 37, 38

Tamarou 25

Tanager 18

Tapir 36

Tarantula 49

Tayra 31

Teal 12


Temelian 10

Temoleh 10

Terrapin 46

Tetracentron 65

Thick-knee 13

Tiger 29, 30

Tillandsia 55–56

Tinamou 24

Toad 11

Tomistoma 41, 42



Tortoise 45, 48

Totoaba 11

Toucan 19

Toucanet 19

Tragopan 17

Tree Fern 57

Tree-kangaroo 35

Tuatara 42

Turaco 14–15

Turkey 17

Turtle 45

U—

Uakaris 39

Umbrellabird 18

Urial 26

V—



Vanda 61–62, See Orchid

Venus Flytrap 57

Vervet 38

Viper 45


Vulture 15–16

W—

Walrus 31

Wapiti 27

Warbler 18

Weakfish 11

Weasel 31

Welwitschia 65

Whale 33–34

Whipsnake 44

White-eye 19

Wolf 28


Wombat 35

Woodpecker 19

Woylie 35

Wrasse 11

Y—

Yacare 41

Yak 25

Yew 63–64



Z—

Zamiaceae 65

Zebra 35




Australian Simplified List of CITES Species for the Purposes of the

Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999

This is a guide to the list of taxa included on Appendices I, II and III of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) in accordance with the provisions of Articles XIV, XV and XVI of the Convention. The list does not include any other species.


The ‘Taxon’ column of the list includes the scientific name of the listed taxa. The structure of the list is described in more detail below. Note that where a higher level taxon such as an entire genus or family is listed, the listing applies to all specimens within that taxon. For example, the galah (Eolophus roseicapilla ) is not specifically listed under the birds listing, however the listing still applies to this specimen because the galah still belongs to the order Psittaciformes.
The ‘Common Names include’ column of the list is included for information only: the scientific name determines if a species is included on the list.

The ‘Appendix’ column of the list identifies the Appendix of CITES in which the taxon is included. Appendix may also denote an Australian Government Stricter Domestic Measure where stricter regulation than CITES requirements applies to specific taxa when imported to or exported from Australia. For example, a species listed by CITES as Appendix II may be treated as if it were Appendix I by Australia. The notation “p.e.” (possibly extinct) is included for certain species.


The ‘Notation’ column of the list describes the specimens belonging to that species that are included in that entry. The Notation cloumn may also contain further information regarding Australian Government Stricter Domestic Measures where they apply to specific taxa. In regard to Appendix III species the country listed in the notation column indicates the country for which the species is listed. If there is no entry in the “Notation” column then the definition of a specimen for that particular species is taken to be a specimen that is either that species and/or anything derived from that species.
*The First Listed Column identifies the earliest date on which the taxon or specimen(s) included in that taxon were listed.

(Bracketed Dates) noted against order or family levels represent the earliest listing of any taxon within that order or family. The date of first listing is represented by the date against the order or family level if a species is transferred from one Appendix to another or if a listed species is subsequently included with other species in the listing of a taxon above the species level. For example, the date noted against the Order heading - Primates is 1 Jul 1975. This indicates that the earliest listing date for a specimen/s within the Primates order is 1 Jul 1975, although one or more specimens within this Order may have been listed later. For specific listing dates of individuals within a taxon please see the CITES website (www.cites.org)

The date of a subsequent listing in the CITES Appendices is used only if a species is entirely deleted from the Appendices and is subsequently reincluded after an intervening period of time. For the purposes of Stricter Domestic Measures, species or populations are considered to be ‘First Listed’ on the date on which a taxon was first listed on the CITES Appendices, not on the date the species or population was first subject to an Australian Stricter Domestic Measure.


The list is organised according to the taxonomic classification of listed species. Taxonomic classification groups living things into a hierarchy according to their relatedness to one another. Kingdom divides plants from animals. Plants are then grouped into Divisions, animals into Phyla (singular: Phylum). These groups are then successively divided into Class, Order, Family, Genus and Species. For example, the tiger is classified as follows:
Kingdom: Animalia

Phylum: Chordata

Class: Mammalia

Order: Carnivora

Family: Felidae

Genus: Panthera

Species: tigris
The list is structured as follows:
Major group Subgroups

Vertebrate Animals



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