Yeah that'll be a hawksbill, particularly valued for its shell and used here in the cabinet veneers.
This is the problem.
Trade often occurs between country borders. This makes monitoring the illegal trade system seem like reciting the alphabet backwards, in under 10 seconds, whilst spinning on your head. Practically impossible! Not only that, but illegal activities most likely occur in the most remote areas, so unless you have eyes and ears everywhere, it is unfortunately, and understandably, extremely hard to track.
Educating local communities on the benefit of a "live vs. dead" sea turtle is essential; not only for economic reasons, but for a more rounded compassionate world where the treatment of animals mirrors how we treat our fellow homosapien family.