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Re: Ohio Native Herp Law Question?...

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Posted by M.L.B. on January 15, 2003 at 09:44:05:

In Reply to: Ohio Native Herp Law Question?... posted by mmfrankford on January 03, 2003 at 15:34:50:

You can possess up to 4 snakes of each species with a propogators license, except a few that are endangered. You don't need a hunting or fishing license and the propagators license only costs like $25. Go to the Ohio Dept. of Natural Resources website, it lists all the species you can and can't keep. Sorry I don't know the web address off hand. Hope this helps you out.

:Hello everyone and happy new year.
:OK I'm new to this forum so sorry if my question has been answered at another time.
:I live in Ohio and know of a spot where there are melanistic garters.(In the southwest of Ohio) Since the Eastern garter is an Ohio native reptile is there laws on the collecting and of breeding them? I planned on collecting a breeding pair.
:Thanks for responding.

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