Identification Materials

    

CITES regulates more than 36,000 species of animals and plants. Parties are expected to implement the convention for all listed species, which means that administrators, scientists, and enforcement officers must be able to tell the species apart. Establishing the identity of the specimen is one of the first pieces of information that Parties need to regulate international trade in accordance with CITES.

Provisions of the Convention


Resolutions and Decisions


CITES Wiki identification manual


  • CITES Wiki Identification Manual is a collection of data sheets designed to help identify various species of fauna and flora. Information is provided for archive reference; updates to the manual has been made only up to 2009, so some information may not be up-to-date.

Tiger identification


Abronia spp identification


Links to other identification materials databases