As you can see here, Sarracenia spp. and Dionaea muscipula are both on Appendix II, but note the small number #4 and if you go down the page -> http://www.cites.org...dices.php#hash4 you find some rule to be applied to that plants.....
Well, it says that "Artificially propagated" plants can be eventually sent everywhere.
If you take a look here -> http://www.cites.org...dices.php#hash4 it explains how "Artificially propagated" should be interpreted:
a) grown under controlled conditions; and
b) grown from seeds, cuttings, divisions, callus tissues or other plant tissues, spores or other propagules that either are exempt from the provisions of the Convention or have been derived from cultivated parental stock;
DETERMINES that plants grown from cuttings or divisions are considered to be artificially propagated only if the traded specimens do not contain any material collected from the wild;
So, readying this things, I understand that plants on Appendix II Except the species included in Appendix I can be sent EVERYWHERE without CITES permits!!! I guess that it would be enough to write few lines on a paper saying that the plant is Artificially propagated or Grown from seed or propagated from a seedgrown plant or something like this!!
What do you think about it??
Edited by prized, 20 February 2012 - 10:12 AM.