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Dec012014

An Analysis of Trade in Five CITES-listed Taxa

Document by S Ferriss. (2014). (PDF, 2 MB) Chatham House and TRAFFIC. Prepared for a workshop on CITES and the EU Trade Regulations at Chatham House in December 2013, this paper analyses trade in five timber-producing taxa listed in the appendices of CITES: Afrormosia - Pericopsis elata, Ramin - Gonystylus. spp., Mahogany - Swietenia macrophylla, Red Cedar - Cedrela odorata, and Rosewoods - Dalbergia spp.