eBay allows potential buyers to circumvent legal channels to acquire seeds of critically endangered species. If a person chooses to knowingly purchase seeds of a critically endangered species in this manner, then that person is supporting and encouraging the illegal and unethical collection of material. As tempting as it is, I have specifically NOT purchased N. aristolochioides seeds from any of these merchants because I cannot justify the act. That said, I hope you recognize that I am just expressing a personal opinion and in no way am I suggesting that anyone else make the same choices I do. I would add that if anyone does buy seeds of species like N. aristolochioides, that they take that as a serious responsibility to raise and mature the resulting plants and treat them as the truly archival organisms they are, and not just the objects of ones personal (and often fleeting) fascination. It would be a huge insult to decide after a few years that you were bored of the plants and let them die, or just handed them over to someone who really didn't know how to care for them. If you are going to take on the responsibility, then commit to that responsibility. Please.