Proposals for Amendments of the CMS Appendices

Document Number Title Publish date
COP3 II/16 Tucuxi - Sotalia fluviatilis
COP3 II/15 Franciscana (Dolphin) - Pontoporia blainvillei
COP3 II/13 Dall's Porpoise - Phocoenoides dalli
COP3 II/12 Harbour Porpoise - Phocoena phocoena (Black Sea population)
COP3 II/11 Harbour Porpoise - Phocoena phocoena (Western North Atlantic population)
COP3 II/10a Orca (or Killer Whale) - Orcinus orca (Eastern North Atlantic population)
COP3 II/10 Orca (or Killer Whale) - Orcinus orca (Eastern North Pacific population)
COP3 II/9 Irrawaddy Dolphin - Orcaella brevirostris
COP3 II/8 Finless Porpoise - Neophocaena phocaenoides
COP3 II/7 Narwhal (or Unicorn Whale) - Monodon monoceros
COP3 II/6 Peale's Dolphin - Lagenorhynchus australis
COP3 II/5 Amazon River Dolphin - Inia geoffrensis
COP3 II/4 Northern Bottlenose Whale - Hyperoodon ampullatus
COP3 II/3b Common Dolphin - Delphinus delphis (Western Mediterranean population)
COP3 II/3a Common Dolphin - Delphinus delphis (Black Sea population)
COP3 II/3 Common Dolphin - Delphinus delphis (eastern tropical Pacific population)
COP3 II/2 Heaviside's Dolphin - Cephalorhynchus heavisidii
COP3 II/14 Ganges River Dolphin - Platanista gangetica
COP3 II/23 Roseate Tern - Sterna dougallii
COP4 II/105 African Skimmer - Rynchops flavirostris
COP4 II/104 White-winged (Black) Tern - Chlidonias leucopterus (West Eurasian and African population)
COP4 II/103 Black Tern - Chlidonias niger noger
COP4 II/102 Whiskered Tern - Chlidonias hybridus ( spp hybridus (Western palearctic populations) and sclateri)
COP4 II/101 White-cheeked Tern - Sterna repressa
COP4 II/100 Damara Tern - Sterna balaenarum (now Sternula balaenarum)
COP4 II/99 Saunders's Tern - Sterna saundersi (now Saundersilarus saundersi)
COP4 II/97 Arctic Tern - Sterna paradisaea (Atlantic popuations)
COP4 II/96 Common Tern - Sterna hirundo hirundo
COP4 II/93 Great Crested (or Swift) Tern - Sterna bergii (now Thalasseus bergii) (African and Southwest Asian populations)
COP4 II/92 Royal Tern - Sterna maxima albidorsalis (now Thalaseus maximus albidorsalis)