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International Trade in Reptile Skins: A Review and Analysis of the Main Consumer Markets, 1983 - 1991

Document  (scanned PDF, 4.5 MB) Martin Jenkins, Steven Broad. August 1994. 68pp. ISBN 1 85850 047 8 (ISBN 978 1 85850 047 8). This report describes and evaluates the international trade in reptile skins. A review of the main taxa in trade is followed by an analysis of the main consumer markets, the problem of illegal trade, and a discussion of the conservation implications and future of the trade.