A specimen of a CITES-listed species may be imported into or exported (or re-exported) from a State party to the Convention only if the appropriate document has been obtained and presented for clearance at the port of entry or exit. There is some variation of the requirements from one country to another and it is always necessary to check on the national laws that may be stricter, but the basic conditions that apply for Appendices I and II are described below.


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ESF category - B
IUCN - VU

Graptemys barbouri

The specific name or epithet, barbouri, is in honor of American herpetologist Thomas Barbour.

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ESF category - A
IUCN - EN

Graptemys caglei

Cagle's map turtle has intricate patterns on the carapace and plastron, as well as serrated edges on the posterior of the carapace

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ESF category - A
IUCN - VU

Graptemys flavimaculata

Yellow-blotched map turtles are medium- to small-sized turtles, with males ranging from 9-11.5 cm in carapacelength as adults.

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ESF category - A
IUCN - VU

Graptemys oculifera

On the carapace are light-colored rings, which are thicker than the rings on Graptemys nigrinoda.

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ESF category - B
IUCN - LC

Graptemys sabinensis

Ouachita map turtle or Sabine map turtle

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