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Re: [Killietalk] Importing (was Re: L. tanganicanus)
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- Subject: Re: [Killietalk] Importing (was Re: L. tanganicanus)
- From: Nick Ternes <woodland_gardens at gmail.com>
- Date: Sat, 11 Apr 2009 09:13:42 -0500
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I think it's basically just like the fish you got from Europe for the show.
On Fri, Apr 10, 2009 at 11:08 PM, Wright Huntley <whuntley at verizon_net> wrote:
> It is fairly easy as long as you follow the rules. Try to be deceptive, and
> it can cost you big bucks and even your freedom.
> In most cases, inspection by US Fish and Wildlife is required, so entry
> through an international airport (with F&WL office nearby) is often
> Don't try to bring fish in if on the CITES list, or those declared
> "endangered or threatened" by their country of origin.
> Know and list (declare), accurately, the species being imported (by Latin
> name, but not collection code). If you feel it is too difficult or
> technical, just get someone with an import license to bring them in for you.
> Lots of info on the US F&WL site and probably on the Customs pages, too.
> Todd Toerpe wrote:
>> Hi Sam,
>> I am just curious, can you get fish and/or eggs back and forth across the
>> boarder these days?
> "There's no liar in the world more full of crap than a Treasury Secretary in
> the midst of a devaluation." -- Porter Stansbury
> Wright Huntley -- whuntley at verizon_net
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