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Posted by rkreptiles on March 23, 2003 at 09:52:44:
In Reply to: Too good to be true? posted by ionidesi on March 22, 2003 at 10:41:56:
Being APP I does not mean it requires special paperwork. if the animal is ESA than it will require bot you and he to have a USDI captive bred permit. There are many APP I animals that are not ESA that can be legally shipped across state lines without any problems. I would recommend contacting the USFW DMA to find out for sure if the animal has a USDI permit requirement. if it is a USDI required animal and he ships it with only a letter as stated then the shipper and receiver will both have violated federal law.
US Fish and Wildlife Service
Division of Management Authority
4401 N. Fairfax Drive
ARLINGTON, VA 22203
(703) 358 2093
(703) 358 2104
:I saw an animal that is for sale that is on Appendix 1 list. Seller says that they are captive born and all they need to give me is a "reciept" that states that the animals are on a "permanent breeding loan". This paperwork is all I would need according to him and I would not need anything else. My state has no restrictions and he says he has all the necessary paperwork to show that the adults were legal. No state to state papers are needed as well? Like I said, is it too good to be true?