I know it has been discussed before, but I was having problems finding a definitive answer. My question is regarding plants that are protected under CITES (I), such as S. jonesii, S. oreophila, etc ...I know selling without all of the proper paperwork is illegal, but asking for shipping seems to be a grey area. In previous threads, I have seen many people say that it depends on who you talk to, and the mods seem to generally side with no payment for shipping. In the rules for lasts year's NASC auction, it says make sure you adhere to CITES restrictions, but doesn't really go into what those are. Can someone point out where in all of the paperwork it talks about payment for shipping, or if it isn't definitively stated, point out sections that allude to it. I don't mean to challenge anyone's understanding or interpretation of the law, I am just curious as to what it actually says, and am having problems finding this information on my own. My primary reason for asking is I have a extra plants that I may put up for the NASC auction, but I don't know how much I can shell out to pay for shipping, and I feel like this is a good time to have this discussion. Thanks, and sorry if I missed something or if this needs to be somewhere else!