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    Could anybody please inform me on which types of sarracenias are protected by CITES?

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    S. rubra alabamensis
    S. rubra jonesii
    S. oreophila There ya go.
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    Yea, all the really good ones.... daggumit
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    Thanks a lot for the info.

    Gus

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    If I am not mistaken CITES lists ALL Sarracenia as Appendix II except for the 3 Bugweed listed, which are considered Appendix I.

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    Yeah, you can do a species search on the CITES Web site and you'll see, all of the species are listed.
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    You were talking appendix 1 plants, weren't you, Franco??
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    yes, bugweed appendix one. but if you know any appendices II sarracenias, it would be great to know too. I guess Tony answered the second question.


    Thanks to all

    Gus

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