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By hybrid
Posts:  16
Joined:  Thu May 13, 2010 11:12 pm
#56804
I am looking for a Sarracenia Oreophila. If you live in Texas, I can buy them from you.
These are the CITES rules.
-They cannot be sold across state lines without permits
-They CAN, however, be shipped if the seller has no intention of making money from it, such as from a giveaway.
I am not asking for a donation (unless you want to donate a division) but please post if you live in Texas and have any extra oreo's that you can sell

Regards,

Adrian
Last edited by hybrid on Mon May 31, 2010 1:02 am, edited 1 time in total.
By Idontkno23
Posts:  203
Joined:  Thu May 20, 2010 2:47 am
#57021
Actually, I am in Texas also and would like to know the same stuff he is asking. Thanks
By bombsboy
Posts:  584
Joined:  Tue Jan 26, 2010 4:57 am
#57399
i think oreophilla is not allowed to cross any borders due to the cites rules... if im wrong, then someone say something lol
:lol:
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By Matt
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#57481
bombsboy wrote:i think oreophilla is not allowed to cross any borders due to the cites rules... if im wrong, then someone say something lol
:lol:
They are allowed to cross borders, but not if their is money or goods exchanging hands in the process. You can give them away to anywhere in the United States, but you can't trade or sell them.
By limeslide
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Joined:  Fri Mar 26, 2010 2:53 am
#59426
If anyone has any extra divisions that they want to sell, count me in. I'm in Texas.
By alabama
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Joined:  Sat May 15, 2010 6:53 pm
#59450
Matt wrote:
bombsboy wrote:i think oreophilla is not allowed to cross any borders due to the cites rules... if im wrong, then someone say something lol
:lol:
They are allowed to cross borders, but not if their is money or goods exchanging hands in the process. You can give them away to anywhere in the United States, but you can't trade or sell them.
or you could donate a plant and they could donate some money to the website ofcourse
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