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By Matt
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It depends on the species. What species are you wanting to ship? In sterile culture, all that is require is a Phytosanitary Certificate to most countries, regardless of the species and its status as protected, endangered, etc.

For some species, such as Dionaea, CITES is required if they are not in sterile culture.
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Will the same regulations apply if I am buying some plants from Europe? Or is there a probable chance they wont make it over her if they are shipped without paperwork?
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CARNIVOR wrote:Will the same regulations apply if I am buying some plants from Europe?
Yes. Same regulations apply world wide, I think.
CARNIVOR wrote:is there a probable chance they wont make it over her if they are shipped without paperwork?
Yes, they will be confiscated and destroyed by customs if they are detected and don't have proper paperwork. And fines can also be assessed based on any infringement of shipping plants without proper paperwork.
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