Brown Tree Snake
DOD. Defense Technical Information Center.This report provides information on specific aspects of the Department’s BTS control program as required by Section 314 of Public Law 110-181. Submitted by The Office of the Secretary of Defense, Deputy Under Secretary of Defense (Installations and Environment).
DOI. FWS. Fish and Aquatic Conservation.Includes species listed as injurious wildlife under the Federal Lacey Act (18 USC 42), which makes it illegal to import injurious wildlife into the United States or transport between the listed jurisdictions in the shipment clause (the continental United States, the District of Columbia, Hawaii, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, and any possession of the United States) without a permit. An injurious wildlife listing would not prohibit intrastate transport or possession of that species within a State where those activities are not prohibited by the State.
Injurious wildlife are wild mammals, wild birds, amphibians, reptiles, fishes, crustaceans, mollusks and their offspring or eggs that are injurious to the interests of human beings, agriculture, horticulture, forestry, wildlife or wildlife resources of the U.S. Plants and organisms other than those stated above cannot be listed as injurious wildlife.
See also: Injurious Wildlife: A Summary of the Injurious Provisions of the Lacey Act (Dec 2017; PDF | 401 KB)
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Mississippi State University.
- Colvin, B.A., M.W. Fall, L.A. Fitzgerald, and L.L. Loope, 2005. Review of Brown Treesnake Problems and Control Programs: Report of Observations and Recommendations (PDF | 262 KB). Published at the request of the U.S. Department of Interior, Office of Insular Affairs for the Brown Treesnake Control Committee.
- Integrated Taxonomic Information System. Boiga irregularis. [Accessed Sep 10, 2014].