Caveat: I am working off my (very dated) memory of back when I was more active with carnivorous plants.
CITES governs the INTERNATIONAL trade of species. If something is CITES I then there are extremely tight rules on shipping it between countries.
CITES does not govern trade within a country but the CITES nature of the species often carries a “burden of proof” that it is legitimate
Now… The A10, as best I can tell, is a European cert so I do not know what all is entailed with that but I am guessing it has to do with that “burden of proof” legitimacy above:
But as best I can tell (again, working off my old knowledge of CITES and my supposition of European rules) there is nothing wrong with this animal being listed. Assuming the paperwork is indeed legitimate.