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    Quote (nathaniel @ Oct. 07 2003,06:50)
    I just got one from Wistuba. I only used the general permit to import all of the plants. Wether or not it's illegal that way, I dont know. But seriously, I you guys just send the plant and dont right down anything regarding the name of the species, there is no way any authorities could positively ID a rare pitcher plant like that, which would like like any other sarracenia to non cp growers.[/QUOTE]
    its better to be safe then sorry and no one really likes to break the law , but yah this is kinda stupid but it doe help a bit if some one poached large amount of plants and wanted to send it to someone across the state boarder .

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    Gentlemen, remember the rules of the board. There is to be no discussion of anything illegal. Period. It only takes one person reading things the wrong way to report a situation and get PFT and all of us in trouble for good.
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    A general permit does not cover this plant. As far as not labeling the plant to get it past State boarders, it only takes one inspector to make an ID on the plant. If you and I can ID the plant from a photo or seeing it in person, do not put it past the inspectors. Just because it gets through, doesn't mean they didn't write your name down and the name of the person that sent the plant. Also, they have your address right on the box. You could be setting yourself up for nice bust!



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    Gentlemen, remember the rules of the board. There is to be no discussion of anything illegal. Period. It only takes one person reading things the wrong way to report a situation and get PFT and all of us in trouble for good.[/QUOTE]

    Sorry i didn't know it was illegal. Feel free to delete this topic so pft and others don't get in trouble.


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    Buckeye,

    I was not saying you did anything illegal but the conversation was treading a very fine line. I did not want to see it crossed.
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    The rules are there to help the poor old oreophila [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/sad.gif[/img]
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    Albeit just the kind of rules which encourage poachingf from the wild
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    Maybe we can encourage the ICPS to distribute Oreos just like the alabamensis this past year. The more people who grow them and give them as gifts or trade within state lines, the less the poaching pressure there will be.!!!

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