PM me if your interested.
S. Flava var. Cuprea S. Alata Red Lid S. Oreophila Sand Mtn.
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Morpheus wrote:If someone wants the oreophila seedlings you will have to pay for the shipping yourself, or include them in an order as a gift. To my understanding, CITES restrictions prohibits the sale/trade/whatever of species under its protection for any sort of exchange. In other words, you have to give them away without any sort of currency or compensation. Sorry :/Really?? What am I suppose to do with all these seedlings lol?
Nancy wrote:Well I'm generous but not that generous to foot the bill for shipping to several different people-sorry folks.Sorry, I hate to burst your bubble like that! At least now you'll have extra plants to grow out and giveaway later when they are larger and you can pick out your favorite clones!
So that being said, if anyone wants the Flava's and/or Alata's, PM me please.
Daniel_G wrote:Can you not get around the CITES restrictions by stating it is a cultivated plant?Sadly no. A certain permit is required to ship them out of state whether through trade or sale. I understand why the regulations are in place but I don't quite agree as to how strict they are. I would love to buy some S. oreophila, S. jonesii, and S. alabamensis specimens from certain people/vendors but I cannot. Mike Wang, has some beautiful oreos that I would love to get my hands on, but he doesn't have the permits to sell outside of California. Oh well it is what it is, and it helps dissuade some poachers
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