Here we have put together some links that you may find useful:

CITES home page. CITES is an international agreement between governments, aiming to ensure that the international trade in specimens of wild animals and plants dose not threaten their survival. You can use this site to find out which species are CITES listed. CITES Contact information Use this link to find an office near you. If you need to check which plants are listed under CITES click here

Kew garden data base can be used to find up to date names and information on many plants.

Tropicos is a website made by the Missouri botanical garden, it is a great reference for all kinds of plants, you can find information from correct plant names to descriptions of plants they have collected from various locations around the world, and also learn about their on going projects.

RHS (Royal Horticultural Society) international orchid register this is the place to go to check the parentage of orchid hybrids, there is also a form you can download to register your own orchid hybrid, as well as this there is lots of information about other plants that you may find useful.

International Aroid Society is a really great resource of information and pictures of the Araceae family