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Posted by Matt Harris on September 16, 2002 at 12:21:41:
In Reply to: batavia, ny posted by kidsolo on September 16, 2002 at 11:07:44:
Right now the pending legislation is just that...an intoduced bill and will effect venomous, monitors, large constrictors and "Dangerous" turtles(please don't laugh yet).
Aside from that All threatened and endangered Species require an Endangered Species permit from the NYS DEC.
Some turtles(Box and Wood Turtles) are considered Game species with no Open season...therefore YOU CANNOT collect them or possess them without a LCP(License to collect/possess) from the DEC.
Any non-native venomous reptile require a Venomous Reptile Permit from the NYS DEC.
All Crocodilians(LIVE only) are considered endangered species and require an endangered Species permit. Selling croc parts, or meat requires a separate Crocodilian permit....don't ask me to explain it, because the wording is mis-construed and it makes absolutely no sense to me.
For a list of what's threatened/endangered check out the DEC website....do a search, I don't have it memorized.