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CourtneyG

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Going to be selling my pancakes soon and I would like some help understanding some laws a bit better. The species is a CITES 2. I made a list of state laws and want to know if I am understanding this correct. For importation permits is this required for people with state to state shipping or only from out of the US purchasing. I also saw that in a few states people need permits to own federally protected species, would the CITES make them federal? I was using this link to get the law information. http://www.nauti-lasscritters.com/laws-by-state.html
 

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Unless they are listed under the Endangered Species Act, and I don't believe they are, they can be shipped anywhere in the US.
 

CourtneyG

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Any comments on the import permit, does this also cover state to state shipping or just out of country shipping?
 

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Going to be selling my pancakes soon and I would like some help understanding some laws a bit better. The species is a CITES 2. I made a list of state laws and want to know if I am understanding this correct. For importation permits is this required for people with state to state shipping or only from out of the US purchasing. I also saw that in a few states people need permits to own federally protected species, would the CITES make them federal? I was using this link to get the law information. http://www.nauti-lasscritters.com/laws-by-state.html
Where did that attachment come from, what source? I see the link, but that's a compilation, not a source. Some cities may have generic pet laws "no more than three pets per household" or the like, but CF&G regulates native species, of which there are really only three (Chelonians).

I think it was Gerald Merker who had published a book, 'reptiles and amphibians and the law' or something like that. but now with the internet and frequent law changes it might not be a viable book to keep up to date.
 
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CourtneyG

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Hopefully next week I can make a sale ad. Hurricane Harvey really put a hold on that, and I need to keep an eye out on Irma as well.
 

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