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Posted by meretseger on January 14, 2002 at 13:49:23:
In Reply to: Anyone on this list have an Ohio propagator's license? ... posted by KITKAT on January 02, 2002 at 09:12:33:
I've looked at the Ohio department of natural resources website and there are 2 licences. You only need the propagating license if you're planning on breeding or selling. If you just own a native Ohio reptile (doesn't matter where you got it from), you need a cheaper non-propagating license. You also apparetnly have to get something called a PIT tag implanted in your reptile. They have a list of native reptiles to the state. It's something to think about before you buy that red-eared slider or licorice black rat snake.
: If so, please e-mail me privately. I have questions about whether
: I need one, and if so, the possible "side effects" of applying.
: I would rather ask someone on the forum, before calling the "nice
: wildlife officer" to ask!