Honduras

Disclamer: All the information contained in the page is based on information provided by the Parties.

Exemptions and special procedures For more on this topic, click here

Use of phytosanitary certificates as certificates of artificial propagation Not allowed

Permit Information

This information is not available to the public. Please contact us for more information.

Use of security stamps For more on this topic, click here

Required Yes

Export quotas

Species Quotas Unit Specimens App. Date Year
Abronia montecristoi* 0 - All. Wild specimens II 2021
Abronia montecristoi* 0 - All. Wild specimens II 2020
Abronia salvadorensis* 0 - All. Wild specimens II 2021
Abronia salvadorensis* 0 - All. Wild specimens II 2020

Registers

Scientific institutions
Code Address Date of CITES registration Certif. No. Valid until
HN 001

HN 001

Address
Herbario Paul C. Standley
Escuela Agrícola Panamericana "El Zamorano"
Code Address
A-HN-501

A-HN-501

Date of establishment
Date of CITES registration
Address
Finca "La Sierra"
Empresa COCODRILOS CLAL CONTINENTAL, S.A. de C.V
El Plan, San Manuel, Cortes
Apartado Postal 2735
SAN PEDRO SULA
Species bred
Crocodylus acutus
Origin of stock
The breeding stock was obtained locally
Marking of specimens
All specimens will be marked in accordance with CITES regulations

Technical assistance

ICCWC link

ICCWC aims to enhance the capacity and compliment the efforts of national wildlife law enforcement agencies and sub-regional and regional networks that on a daily basis act to combat the illegal trafficking in wild fauna and flora.

MIKE link

The CITES Monitoring the Illegal Killing of Elephants (MIKE) Programme is a site-based system designed to monitor trends in the illegal killing of elephants, build management capacity and provide information to help range States make appropriate management and enforcement decisions.

CTSP link

The CITES tree species programme aims to provide direct financial assistance to Parties in taking conservation and management measures to ensure that their trade in timber, bark, extracts and other products from CITES-listed tree species is sustainable, legal and traceable.