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D-02-12: Phytosanitary import requirements for non-processed wood and other wooden products, bamboo and bamboo products, originating from all areas other than the continental United States

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Effective date: August 31, 2017
(7th Revision)

Subject

This directive outlines the phytosanitary import requirements for the following products originating from all areas of the world other than the continental United States (U.S.): non-processed wood and other wooden products, bamboo poles, bamboo stakes and other bamboo products.

The directive has been revised to clarify existing phytosanitary requirements for wooden and bamboo products.

Other related directives

The phytosanitary import requirements for wood dunnage, pallets, crating and other wood packaging material such as wooden barrels used to transport other materials (for example, wine) from areas other than the continental U.S. are outlined in Directive D-98-08: Entry requirements for wood packaging materials produced in all areas other than the Continental United States

The phytosanitary import requirements for fresh and dried branches, cut flowers and other plant parts for ornamental purposes are outlined in Directive D-14-03.

The phytosanitary import requirements for firewood are outlined in Directive D-01-12.

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Review

This directive will be updated as required. For further information or clarification, please contact the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA).

Amendment record

Amendments of this directive will be dated and distributed as outlined in the distribution list below.

Distribution list

  1. Directive mail list (CFIA regions; CFIA Plant Health Risk Assessment Unit; United States Department of Agriculture, Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service)
  2. Other government departments
  3. Non-government organizations (determined by Author)
  4. National industry organizations (determined by Author)
  5. Internet

Canada regulates the import of non-processed wood, wood products, bamboo and bamboo products to reduce the risk of introduction and spread of pests of concern to Canadian agriculture, forestry and the environment. Many invasive forest pests, including pine shoot beetle (Tomicus piniperda), emerald ash borer (Agrilus planipennis Fairmaire), and chestnut blight (Cryphonectria parasitica), have been introduced into and spread within North America as a result of the movement of untreated wood or bamboo products. These pests have had extensive economic and environmental impacts.

Bark that is present on wooden products can harbor pests including surface pathogens and bark beetles. Heat treatment, chemical treatment or debarking will remove the risks associated with bark, although debarking alone will not remove deep wood-boring pests. Untreated wooden commodities with bark originating from off-continent temperate areas present a high risk for introducing quarantine pests into Canada. Therefore, entry of such commodities from off-continent is prohibited.

Wood and bamboo products regulated under this directive are potential pathways for the movement of quarantine pests. Specific phytosanitary import requirements are based on the scientific evaluation of the nature of each product, product end-use, and pest risk mitigating factors. The phytosanitary import requirements (including the use of pre-entry treatments) outlined in this directive have been established to reduce the risk of or lower the potential for introduction into Canada of pests associated with imported wood and bamboo products.

Scope

This directive is intended for use by CFIA inspection staff, Canada Border Services Agency staff, Canadian customs brokers, Canadian importers, foreign exporters, and foreign National Plant Protection Organizations (NPPOs).

References

Please consult the Forestry page, for details on the cited forestry directives.

This directive supersedes D-02-12 (6th Revision).

Definitions, abbreviations and acronyms

Definitions for terms used in this document can be found in the Plant Health Glossary of Terms and in the International Plant Protection Convention (IPPC) (ISPM 5) Glossary of Phytosanitary Terms (PDF).

For the purpose of this directive, wood and wooden products; and bamboo and bamboo products under consideration are defined as:

non-processed
untreated raw materials such as sawn timber or bamboo
processed
materials that have been subjected to conditions (such as heat, glue and/or pressure or any combination thereof) that have altered the commodity in a manner to reduce significantly the ability of the wood or bamboo product to provide a habitat for pests
dried
materials having a moisture content of less than 20 percent
bark-free wood
wood from which all bark, except ingrown bark around knots and bark pockets between rings of annual growth, has been removed
debarked wood
wood that has been subjected to any process that results in the removal of bark, to the following tolerance: pieces of bark must be less than 3 cm in width regardless of the length, or greater than 3 cm in width, with the total surface area of an individual piece of bark being less than 50 square cm; (debarked wood is not necessarily bark-free wood)
tropical wood species
a species whose whole range is south of the Tropic of Cancer and north of the Tropic of Capricorn, with consideration of the altitude at which it can grow, since mountain species may be able to adapt to areas outside the tropics if they can tolerate low temperatures. The list of tropical wood species is found in Appendix 7
non-tropical wood species
a species whose range lies partially or entirely north of the Tropic of Cancer or south of the Tropic of Capricorn

1.0 General requirements

1.1 Legislative authority

1.2 Fees

The CFIA (Canadian Food Inspection Agency) charges fees in accordance with the Canadian Food Inspection Agency Fees Notice. For information regarding fees associated with imported products, please contact the National Import Service Centre (NISC). For other information regarding fees, please contact any CFIA office or visit the Fees Notice website.

1.3 Regulated pests

The CFIA may take action on material that is infested with pests of potential quarantine concern even if those pests are not yet included on the List of pests regulated by Canada.

1.4 Commodities not in the scope of this directive

1.5 Regulated areas

All countries, except the continental U.S. Please note that regulated commodities re-exported to Canada from the continental U.S. but whose origin is from outside continental U.S. are subject to the phytosanitary import requirements outlined in Sections 2.1.3, 2.1.4 and 2.2.1 of this directive.

1.6 Exempt commodities (commodities that are exempt from phytosanitary import requirements)

Processed wood materials that have been subjected to conditions that have altered the commodity in a manner to reduce significantly the ability of the wood items to provide a habitat for pests, such as:

All of the above commodities must be free of living pests, free of signs of living pests, and free of soil and debris. Exempted commodities are still subject to inspection at the time of entry into Canada.

1.7 Regulated commodities

Non-processed, non-propagative wood and bamboo products including:

2.0 Specific requirements

All commodities imported under this directive must meet the specific phytosanitary requirements prescribed below. Consignments may be subject to inspection and must be:

For those wooden and bamboo products requiring treatment, the following are acceptable treatments as specified in Appendix 1:

  1. Heat treatment: wood must attain a minimum temperature of 56°C throughout the profile of the wood (including at its core) for a minimum of 30 minutes; or in the case of bamboo and bamboo products throughout the profile of the bamboo
    or
  2. Fumigated with methyl bromide as specified in Appendix 1

Note 1: The only acceptable treatment for wood greater than 200 mm in thickness is heat treatment.

Note 2: Wood and wooden products that need to be debarked must be debarked to the following tolerance: pieces of bark must be less than 3 cm in width regardless of the length, or greater than 3 cm in width with the total surface area of an individual piece of bark being less than 50 square cm.

Additional requirements may exist for specific pests and/or commodities prescribed in other directives. The information on these requirements may be found by consulting CFIA's Automated Import Reference System (AIRS).

2.1 Phytosanitary import requirements for wood, wooden products, bamboo, and bamboo products

2.1.1 Phytosanitary import requirements for debarked sawn wood (including turning blanks) of non-tropical species

Wood turning blanks are blocks of sawn wood intended to be shaped on a lathe to manufacture wooden objects such as bowls, spindles, etc.

Species not listed in Appendix 7 are considered to be non-tropical. The CFIA may re-evaluate the status of a non-tropical species if an Application for a Permit to Import form (CFIA/ACIA 5256) with information indicating that the species survives only in tropical environments is submitted by the importer.

2.1.2 Phytosanitary import requirements for wooden or bamboo products as specified in the list below

2.1.3 Phytosanitary import requirements for wooden or bamboo products as specified in the list below from a country of re-export when the product originates from a third country

When the country of re-export does not require a phytosanitary certificate for the import of the commodity, the commodity must be treated and certified by the re-exporting country to meet Canadian import requirements. In this case:

If the product is re-exported from the continental U.S.:

2.1.4 Phytosanitary import requirements for wooden or bamboo products as specified in the list below originating from outside the continental U.S. that are treated or re-treated in the continental U.S. and then re-exported to Canada

It is the responsibility of the importer to ensure that the heat treatment certificate, treatment document, or fumigation certificate is clearly linked to the imported shipment.

2.2 Phytosanitary import requirements for debarked sawn wood of tropical species

Tropical wood species are identified in Appendix 7. Wood species not listed in Appendix 7 are considered to be non-tropical and subjected to phytosanitary import requirements as for debarked sawn wood of non-tropical species. The CFIA may re-evaluate the status of a non-tropical species if an Application for a Permit to Import form (CFIA/ACIA 5256) with information indicating that the species survives only in tropical environments, is submitted by the importer.

2.2.1 Phytosanitary import requirements for debarked sawn wood of tropical species from a country of re-export when the sawn wood originates from a third country

When the country of re-export requires a phytosanitary certificate for the original import of tropical sawn wood, and the consignment meets Canada's phytosanitary import requirements, a phytosanitary certificate for re-export may be issued.

When the country of re-export does not require a phytosanitary certificate for the import of tropical sawn wood, the CFIA import requirements may be fulfilled with an additional visual inspection based on the inspection criteria listed below:

In this case, the country of re-export may issue a phytosanitary certificate.

Wood species not listed in Appendix 7 may be imported in accordance with the requirements of Section 2.1.1.

2.3 Phytosanitary import requirements for wood and wooden products as specified in the list below

As part of the approval process, a pest risk assessment is required to evaluate the plant health risk posed by the commodity, to determine the efficacy of proposed treatment options and to identify any known pests potentially associated with the wood including bacteria and phytoplasmas, fungi, viruses, nematodes, insects, mites, molluscs and weeds and the potential to introduce those pests.

The CFIA may approve the import of wood chips, bark chips, bark, bark mulch, wood waste, round wood, telephone poles, cants, railway ties, cut Christmas trees, and sawn wood not meeting the requirements specified under Section 2.1 upon the completion of the pest risk analysis and the evaluation of proposed treatment measures and certification systems.

If required, the CFIA may recognize private or government treatment facilities in the exporting country operating under a system acceptable to the CFIA (for example, fumigation, heat treatment) and monitored and endorsed by the NPPO of the exporting country.

Post-entry treatment in Canada is not permitted and importers must contact a local CFIA office in advance of arranging for importation of any wood product regulated under Section 2.3.

2.4 Phytosanitary import requirements for unprocessed cork of Quercus suber

2.5 Phytosanitary import requirements for wood cubes and wood chips (bark-free) for smoking meat or winemaking

2.6 Phytosanitary import requirements for non-propagative dried tree and shrub roots, branches and bark intended for cosmetic or medicinal use

3.0 Requirements for items imported for scientific research, industrial processing, educational or exhibition purposes

4.0 Non-compliance

Any regulated material as defined in Section 1.7 that is found not to meet the phytosanitary import requirements specified above is non-compliant and will be required to be removed from Canada or disposed of in a manner approved by the CFIA. Non-compliant material found to be infested with a pest or found to have signs or symptoms of live pests may be treated prior to it being ordered removed from Canada or disposed of in a manner approved by the CFIA.

Notification of non-compliance will be issued and emergency action will be taken in accordance with Directive D-01-06, Canadian phytosanitary policy for the notification of non-compliance and emergency action.

Costs associated with non-compliant commodities are the responsibility of the importer.

CFIA-approved methods of disposing of non-compliant commodities are defined in Appendix 5.

5.0 Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES)

It is the responsibility of the importer to check whether the tropical or non-tropical wood species being imported is listed under CITES. If so, additional permits from Environment and Natural Resources may be required. For more information consult the Environment and Natural Resources web site.

6.0 Appendices

Appendix 1: Canadian Food Inspection Agency approved treatments

Heat treatment standard

Heat treatment must reach a minimum temperature of 56°C throughout the profile of the wood (including its core) for a minimum of 30 minutes; or in the case of bamboo and bamboo products throughout the profile of the bamboo.

Methyl bromide

Canada is a signatory of The Montreal Protocol on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer (1992) agreeing to the reduction and eventual phase out of methyl bromide use. The CFIA encourages the use of alternative treatments.

The minimum temperature during the entire treatment must not be less than 10°C and the minimum exposure time must be at least 24 hours. Monitoring of concentrations must be carried out at a minimum of 2, 4 and 24 hours after application of the fumigant.

Regulated products may be fumigated with methyl bromide in the following manner:

Methyl bromide fumigation schedule
Temperature
(°C)
Dosage (g/m3) Minimum concentration (g/m3) at 2 hours Minimum concentration (g/m3) at 4 hours Minimum concentration (g/m3) at 24 hours
21.0 or above 48 36 31 24
16.0 – 20.9 56 42 36 28
10.0 – 15.9 64 48 42 32

A phytosanitary certificate issued by the certifying NPPO is required to specify the fumigation details: the average commodity temperature, the dosage (grams/m3) of methyl bromide used and exposure time.

Appendix 2: Summary of the phytosanitary import requirements for non-processed and non-propagative wood products

Commodity Entry conditions Import permit Phytosanitary certificate Policy reference
Bark, bark chips, cants, round wood of tropical or non-tropical species, railway ties, telephone poles, sawn wood with bark, wood chips, cut Christmas trees
  • Prior approval from CFIA required before import, and
  • Requires a Pest Risk Assessment
Yes D-02-12
Section 2.3
Non tropical sawn wood
  • Debarked, and
  • Must be free of pests and signs of living pests, and
  • Heat treated or less than 200 mm in thickness and fumigated with methyl bromide (Appendix 1)
No Yes D-02-12
Section 2.1.1
Tropical sawn wood
  • Debarked, and
  • Free of pests and signs of living pests, and
  • Species listed in Appendix 7
No Yes D-02-12
Section 2.2
Turning blanks (blocks of sawn wood shaped on a lathe to manufacture wooden objects such as bowls, spindles, etc.)
  • Debarked, and
  • Free of pests and signs of living pests, and
  • Heat treated or less than 200 mm in thickness and fumigated with methyl bromide (Appendix 1)
No Yes D-02-12
Section 2.1.1
Wood cubes and wood chips (bark-free) for smoking meat or winemaking process Yes Yes D-02-12
Section 2.5
Unprocessed cork of Quercus suber
  • Free of pests and signs of living pests, and
  • Heat treated or fumigated with methyl bromide (Appendix 1)
No Yes D-02-12
Section 2.4
Wooden barrels as a commodity for wine and spirits Consult CFIA Directive D-98-08 D-98-08 D-98-08 D-98-08
Wood packaging such as dunnage, pallets, crates Consult CFIA Directive D-98-08 D-98-08 D-98-08 D-98-08

Appendix 3: Summary of phytosanitary import requirements for wooden handicrafts, decorative wood products made of non-processed wooden components or bark, and artificial Christmas trees with wooden components or bark

Commodity Entry conditions Import permit Phytosanitary certificate Policy reference
Wooden handicrafts or decorative wood products containing wood greater than 1.5 cm in thickness or diameter, with or without bark; or containing wood less than or equal to 1.5 cm in thickness or diameter, with bark

Driftwood and artificial Christmas trees with wooden components or bark

  • Heat treatment; or
  • Methyl bromide fumigation (Appendix 1)
No Yes D-02-12
Section 2.1.2
Bark and branches with bark for cosmetic or medicinal use
  • Free of pests and signs of living pests, and
  • Contact Health Canada for other requirements
No Yes D-02-12
Section 2.6
Health Canada

Appendix 4: Summary of phytosanitary import requirements for bamboo and bamboo products

Commodity Entry conditions Import permit Phytosanitary certificate Policy reference
Whole pieces of bamboo poles and bamboo stakes of any size
  • Methyl bromide fumigation or Heat treatment (Appendix 1)
No Yes D-02-12
Section 2.1.2
Bamboo products (baskets, decorative items, bird cages, etc.) containing individual pieces or composite products containing bamboo pieces that are less than or equal to 1.5 cm in thickness (diameter)
  • Dried with moisture content < 20%
No No D-02-12
Section 1.6
Bamboo products (baskets, decorative items, bird cages, etc.) containing individual pieces or composite products containing bamboo pieces that are greater than 1.5 cm diameter
  • Methyl bromide fumigation or Heat treatment (Appendix 1)
No Yes D-02-12
Section 2.1.2
Bamboo fibre and other products derived from bamboo pulp such as paper and textiles No No D-02-12
Section 1.6
Bamboo laminates including highly processed bamboo products such as flooring, panels, veneers, etc. No No D-02-12
Section 1.6

Appendix 5: Canadian Food Inspection Agency approved disposal methods

The CFIA may permit the movement of non compliant wood and wood products to be disposed of or treated in the following ways:

Non compliant wood and wood products, and bamboo and bamboo products must be disposed of by the importer and under the direct oversight of the CFIA within 2 business days of detection of non-compliance. However, under exceptional circumstances the CFIA may permit short-term storage, while waiting for disposal. In order to permit short term storage, the non-compliant material must be contained in a manner that would preclude the escape of pests. The method of short-term storage must be approved in writing by a CFIA inspector. Additionally, the CFIA inspector can order additional treatments or containment of the non-compliant products if required.

The movement of non-compliant material must be authorized by the CFIA. During transportation for disposal, non-compliant material must be carried in a sealed container or be enclosed by a tarpaulin to provide assurance that soil contaminants and pests cannot be lost or freed while on route to the disposal area.

Appendix 6: CITES Identification Guide - Tropical Wood Species

CITES Identification Guide - Tropical Wood Species

Appendix 7: List of tropical wood species that are exempt from treatment

  1. The CFIA requires the scientific name of a species (in other words, the Latin name) in order to determine if sawn wood is admissible into Canada as a tropical wood species
  2. Only species that have been assessed by the CFIA are listed. Non-listed species will be subjected to phytosanitary import requirements as for debarked sawn wood of non-tropical species
  3. Only debarked sawn wood of the species listed is exempt from treatment
  4. The status of a species, as tropical or non-tropical, may change following successive assessments
  5. The species listed hereunder may also be regulated by the Convention in Trade in Endangered Species (CITES), administered by the Canadian Wildlife Services of Environment Canada, (as per comments in column 2)
List of tropical wood species that are exempted from treatment
Species name Comments
Acacia mangium n/a
Afzelia africana n/a
Afzelia bipindensis n/a
Afzelia pachyloba n/a
Agathis borneensis n/a
Agathis macrophylla
(Agathis vitiensis)
n/a
Agathis microstachya n/a
Albizia coriaria n/a
Alexa imperatricis n/a
Alstonia boonei n/a
Alstonia congensis n/a
Amanoa caribaea n/a
Amburana cearensis n/a
Amphimas pterocarpoides n/a
Anisoptera spp. n/a
Anopyxis klaineana n/a
Anthonotha fragrans n/a
Antiaris toxicaria var. africana
(Antiaris africana)
n/a
Apeiba aspera n/a
Aphanocalyx heitzii
(Monopetalanthus heitzii)
n/a
Aspidosperma curranii
(Aspidosperma megalocarpon
subsp. curranii)
n/a
Aspidosperma excelsum n/a
Aspidosperma sandwithianum n/a
Astronium graveolens n/a
Astronium lecointei n/a
Astronium macrocalyx n/a
Aucoumea klaineana n/a
Autranella congolensis n/a
Bagassa guianensis n/a
Baikiaea plurijuga n/a
Baillonella toxisperma
(Mimusops djave)
n/a
Berlinia spp. n/a
Bertholletia excelsa n/a
Bobgunnia madagascariensis
(Swartzia madagascariensis)
n/a
Bombax buonopozense n/a
Bowdichia nitida n/a
Bowdichia virgilioides n/a
Brachystegia leonensis n/a
Brosimum acutifolium n/a
Brosimum alicastrum n/a
Brosimum guianense n/a
Brosimum rubescens n/a
Brosimum utile n/a
Brya ebenus n/a
Bursera graveolens n/a
Byrsonima trinitensis n/a
Caesalpinia echinata CITES
Caldcluvia australiensis n/a
Calophyllum neoebudicum n/a
Calycophyllum candidissimum n/a
Calycophyllum spruceanum n/a
Campnosperma panamense n/a
Canarium schweinfurthii n/a
Canarium vanikoroense n/a
Carapa guianensis n/a
Carapa procera n/a
Cardwellia sublimis n/a
Cariniana micrantha n/a
Cariniana pyriformis n/a
Caryocar villosum n/a
Catalpa longissima n/a
Catostemma fragrans n/a
Cecropia schreberiana n/a
Cedrelinga cateniformis n/a
Celtis zenkeri n/a
Centrolobium spp. n/a
Ceratopetalum succirubrum n/a
Chimarrhis hookeri n/a
Chlorocardium rodiei n/a
Chlorocardium venenosum n/a
Chloroleucon tortum n/a
Chloroxylon swietenia n/a
Chrysophyllum lacourtianum
(Gambeya lacourtiana)
n/a
Cistanthera papaverifera
(Nesogordonia papaverifera)
n/a
Clathrotropis brachypetala n/a
Clathrotropis macrocarpa n/a
Copaifera aromatica n/a
Copaifera officinalis n/a
Copaifera salikounda n/a
Cordia dodecandra n/a
Cordia elaeagnoides n/a
Cordia gerascanthus n/a
Cordia millenii n/a
Corynanthe spp. n/a
Couma macrocarpa n/a
Couratari spp. n/a
Cylicodiscus gabunensis n/a
Cynometra ananta n/a
Dacrydium nausoriense n/a
Dacrydium nidulum n/a
Dacryodes excelsa n/a
Dalbergia cearensis CITES
Dalbergia cochinchinensis CITES
Dalbergia retusa CITES
Dalbergia stevensonii CITES
Dalbergia tucurensis CITES
Daniellia klainei n/a
Daniellia ogea n/a
Daniellia thurifera n/a
Detarium senegalense n/a
Dialium guianense n/a
Dicorynia guianensis n/a
Dicorynia paraensis n/a
Didelotia africana n/a
Dinizia excelsa n/a
Diospyros celebica n/a
Diospyros crassiflora n/a
Diospyros mun n/a
Diospyros perrieri CITES
Diospyros rumphii
(Diospyros macassar)
n/a
Diplotropis purpurea n/a
Dipterocarpus acutangulus n/a
Dipterocarpus alatus n/a
Dipterocarpus baudii n/a
Dipterocarpus cornutus n/a
Dipterocarpus costulatus n/a
Dipterocarpus kerrii n/a
Dipterocarpus verrucosus n/a
Dipteryx micrantha n/a
Dipteryx odorata n/a
Dipteryx oleifera
(Dipteryx panamensis)
CITES
Dipteryx punctata n/a
Distemonanthus benthamianus n/a
Dracontomelon dao
(Dracontomelon edule, Dracontomelon sylvestre)
n/a
Dryobalanops spp. n/a
Durio spp. n/a
Dyera costulata n/a
Dyera polyphylla
(Dyera lowii)
n/a
Endlicheria sericea n/a
Endospermum macrophyllum n/a
Entandrophragma angolense n/a
Entandrophragma candollei n/a
Entandrophragma congoense n/a
Entandrophragma cylindricum n/a
Entandrophragma excelsum n/a
Entandrophragma utile n/a
Enterolobium schomburgkii n/a
Eperua falcata n/a
Erisma uncinatum n/a
Erythrophleum ivorense n/a
Erythrophleum suaveolens n/a
Erythroxylum areolatum n/a
Eschweilera subglandulosa n/a
Eucalyptus urophylla n/a
Euplassa pinnata n/a
Euxylophora paraensis n/a
Fagraea gracilipes n/a
Faramea occidentalis n/a
Fleroya stipulosa
(Hallea stipulosa, Mitragyna stipulosa)
n/a
Flindersia bourjotiana n/a
Flindersia laevicarpa n/a
Flindersia pimenteliana n/a
Ganophyllum giganteum n/a
Garcinia myrtifolia n/a
Geissospermum sericeum n/a
Gilbertiodendron dewevrei n/a
Gilbertiodendron preussii n/a
Gluta elegans n/a
Gluta papuana n/a
Gmelina vitiensis n/a
Gonystylus spp. CITES
Gossweilerodendron balsamiferum n/a
Goupia glabra n/a
Guarea cedrata n/a
Guarea laurentii n/a
Guarea thompsonii n/a
Guarea caribaea n/a
Guibourtia arnoldiana n/a
Guibourtia coleosperma n/a
Guibourtia demeusei n/a
Guibourtia ehie n/a
Guibourtia pellegriniana CITES
Guibourtia tessmannii n/a
Hampea appendiculata n/a
Handroanthus guayacan n/a
Handroanthus impetiginosus n/a
Handroanthus serratifolius n/a
Heritiera albiflora n/a
Heritiera borneensis n/a
Heritiera densiflora
(Tarrietia densiflora)
n/a
Heritiera javanica n/a
Heritiera simplicifolia n/a
Heritiera sumatrana n/a
Heritiera utilis
(Tarrietia utilis)
n/a
Holoptelea grandis n/a
Hopea iriana n/a
Hopea papuana n/a
Humiria balsamifera n/a
Humiriastrum procerum n/a
Hymenaea oblongifolia n/a
Hymenolobium spp. n/a
Inga ingoides n/a
Intsia palembanica
(Intsia bakeri)
n/a
Julbernardia pellegriniana n/a
Julbernardia seretii n/a
Khaya anthotheca n/a
Khaya grandifoliola n/a
Khaya ivorensis n/a
Khaya senegalensis n/a
Koompassia excelsa n/a
Koompassia malaccensis n/a
Lannea welwitschii n/a
Lecythis zabucajo n/a
Leptolobium panamense n/a
Letestua durissima n/a
Licania heteromorpha n/a
Licania macrophylla n/a
Licania sparsipilis n/a
Licania ternatensis n/a
Licaria cannella n/a
Lonchocarpus castilloi n/a
Lophira alata
(Lophira procera)
n/a
Lovoa trichilioides
(Lovoa klaineana)
n/a
Luehea seemannii n/a
Macrolobium pendulum n/a
Maesopsis eminii n/a
Magnolia tsiampacca subsp. tsiampacca (Elmerrillia papuana) n/a
Mammea africana n/a
Manilkara bidentata
(Manilkara surinamensis)
n/a
Manilkara chicle n/a
Manilkara huberi n/a
Mansonia altissima n/a
Martiodendron parviflorum n/a
Melanoxylum brauna n/a
Melicoccus oliviformis
(Talisia oliviformis)
n/a
Metopium brownei n/a
Mezilaurus itauba n/a
Miconia mirabilis n/a
Miconia trichotoma
(Acinodendron trichotomum, Melastoma trichotomum)
n/a
Microberlinia spp. n/a
Micropholis gardneriana n/a
Micropholis melinoniana n/a
Mildbraediodendron excelsum n/a
Milicia excelsa
(Chlorophora excelsa)
n/a
Milicia regia
(Chlorophora regia)
n/a
Millettia laurentii n/a
Mora excelsa n/a
Mora gonggrijpii n/a
Myrocarpus fastigiatus n/a
Nauclea diderrichii n/a
Neorites kevediana n/a
Nesogordonia papaverifera (Cistanthera papaverifera) n/a
Ocotea cymbarum n/a
Ocotea glomerata n/a
Ocotea infrafoveolata n/a
Ocotea leucoxylon n/a
Octomeles sumatrana n/a
Oenocarpus bataua n/a
Ormosia monosperma n/a
Oxystigma oxyphyllum n/a
Pachira quinata
(Bombacopsis quinata)
n/a
Palaquium gutta
(Palaquium acuminatum)
n/a
Palaquium hexandrum n/a
Palaquium maingayi n/a
Palaquium rostratum n/a
Palaquium xanthochymum n/a
Parahancornia fasciculata n/a
Parashorea macrophylla n/a
Parashorea malaanonan
(Parashorea plicata)
n/a
Parashorea tomentella n/a
Parinari excelsa n/a
Peltogyne spp. n/a
Pentaclethra macroloba n/a
Pericopsis elata
(Afrormosia elata)
CITES
Petersianthus macrocarpus n/a
Phytelephas macrocarpa n/a
Piptadenia flava n/a
Piptadeniastrum africanum
(Piptadenia africana)
n/a
Piscidia carthagenensis n/a
Pithecellobium roseum n/a
Planchonia papuana n/a
Platonia insignis n/a
Platymiscium dimorphandrum n/a
Platymiscium pinnatum n/a
Platymiscium trinitatis n/a
Platymiscium ulei n/a
Platymiscium yucatanum n/a
Poga oleosa n/a
Pometia pinnata n/a
Pouteria altissima
(Aningeria altissima)
n/a
Pouteria pierrei
(Aningeria robusta)
n/a
Pouteria procera n/a
Pouteria superba
(Aningeria superba)
n/a
Pseudopiptadenia psilostachya n/a
Pseudopiptadenia suaveolens n/a
Pseudosamanea guachapele
(Albizia guachapele)
n/a
Pseudosindora palustris
(Copaifera palustris)
n/a
Pterocarpus acapulcensis n/a
Pterocarpus erinaceus n/a
Pterocarpus soyauxii n/a
Pterygota bequaertii n/a
Pterygota macrocarpa n/a
Pycnanthus angolensis n/a
Qualea albiflora
(Ruizterania albiflora)
n/a
Qualea coerulea n/a
Qualea paraensis n/a
Qualea rosea n/a
Retrophyllum vitiense
(Nageia vitiensis)
n/a
Rhodostemonodaphne grandis n/a
Ricinodendron heudelotii n/a
Rinorea paniculata n/a
Sapium ellipticum n/a
Schrebera arborea n/a
Scorodocarpus borneensis n/a
Scyphocephalium ochocoa n/a
Serianthes melanesica n/a
Sextonia pubescens n/a
Sextonia rubra n/a
Shorea spp. (except Shorea assamica and Shorea robusta) n/a
Simarouba amara n/a
Simarouba versicolor n/a
Simira salvadorensis n/a
Sloanea caribaea n/a
Staudtia kamerunensis n/a
Sterculia apetala n/a
Sterculia caribaea n/a
Sterculia oblonga
(Eribroma oblonga)
n/a
Sterculia pruriens n/a
Sterculia rhinopetala n/a
Sterculia rugosa n/a
Swartzia spp. n/a
Swietenia macrophylla
(Swietenia candollei)
CITES
Symphonia globulifera n/a
Tabebuia spp. n/a
Tabernaemontana donnell-smithii
(Stemmadenia donnell-smithii)
n/a
Tachigali micropetala n/a
Tapura latifolia n/a
Terminalia amazonia n/a
Terminalia ivorensis n/a
Tessmannia africana n/a
Testulea gabonensis n/a
Tieghemella africana n/a
Tieghemella heckelii n/a
Trattinnickia spp. n/a
Triplochiton scleroxylon n/a
Turraeanthus africanus n/a
Uapaca guineensis n/a
Vatairea guianensis n/a
Vatairea lundellii n/a
Virola spp. (except Virola bicuhyba) n/a
Vochysia spp. n/a
Vouacapoua americana n/a
Zanthoxylum gilletii
(Fagara macrophylla)
n/a
Zanthoxylum heitzii
(Fagara heitzii)
n/a
Zygia racemosa n/a
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