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Annual eggs near hatching are fine shipped by ground in the US, however when shipped by air they tend to burst, and I find viable fresh eggs ship much better, especially when wrapped in foil inside the padded bag.
I do not ship overseas, or receive from overseas, anymore since the US government is such a pain in the butt about it. However, in the early years of the Cynolebias Yahoo Group, I traded with numerous hobbyists from Europe, Asia and South Amercia (probably over fifty of them) and never had any problem, other than a few trying to get eggs without having anything to return.
But, for the most part, I want to know who I am getting them from! That is the biggest reason for attending shows and conventions - you get to know the hobbists who have the type fish you want, and you become friends with them - it is a lot easier to get something special from a friend than from someone who doesn't know you!
By the way, I have gotten fish from Ken, and he is not the money-grabber others may think. In fact, he won't take anything from me!
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