Does anyone know the latest regulations about the artificially propagated plants of CITES II of the countries which use phytosanitary certificates as certificates of artificial propagation?

Fierycloud fierycloud2002@yahoo.com.tw
Tue, 04 Jun 2013 20:50:48 PDT
Hello:

Does anyone know the latest and more detail regulations about the artificially propagated plants of CITES II?

"http://cites.org/eng/resources/…
Countries and territories that use phytosanitary certificates as certificates of artificial propagation
In accordance with Resolution Conf. 12.3 (Rev. CoP15), section VII, the Parties and territories listed below have informed the Secretariat that they use phytosanitary certificates as certificates to authorize the export of artificially propagated specimens of Appendix-II plant species. Samples of certificates that have been provided to the Secretariat can be viewed by CITES Management Authorities and Enforcement Authorities in the Forum section of this website.
Belgium
Canada
Denmark
Germany
Hong Kong SAR (China)
Italy
Netherlands
Republic of Korea
Singapore
Sweden"


Because I found that the list of Nethelands have not include some species yet.(Such as Galanthus spp., Sternbergia spp., and Hedychium philippinense in CITES II)
http://vwa.nl/onderwerpen/…

CITES - instructiebeschrijving fytosanitaire certificaten (files name)

http://www.vwa.nl/txmpub/files/?p_file_id=2000966 (file link)


Su-Hong-Ciao
Taiwan





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