Relationship between the annual number of live wild-caught blood pythons that Indonesia reports as being exported between 2004 and 2020 and the number of captive-born blood pythons it exports in that same year. Wild-caught blood pythons are subject to a harvest and export quota (between 1,890 and 2,250 individuals per year) whereas the export of captive-born blood pythons is not subjected to a quota.

  Part of: Nijman V (2022) ´╗┐Harvest quotas, free markets and the sustainable trade in pythons. Nature Conservation 48: 99-121.