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Concerning Fire Salamanders or any listed in the Lacey Act

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Default Concerning Fire Salamanders or any listed in the Lacey Act

Am I reading it right that I can get salamanders from an owner or a breeder as long as it stays within the state that I live? (i.e. no interstate travel involved). I was at my first Reptile Show today and it seemed that there was some confusion on this point.



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Yes, there's no restriction on moving salamanders within state lines.



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Default Re: Concerning Fire Salamanders or any listed in the Lacey Act

Yeah it seems that salamanders of these genuses are restricted from moving across state lines.
Chioglossa, Cynops, Euproctus, Hydromantes, Hynobius, Ichthyosaura, Lissotriton,
Neurergus, Notophthalmus, Onychodactylus
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Paramesotriton, Plethodon, Pleurodeles,
Salamandra, Salamandrella
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Salamandrina, Siren, Taricha, Triturus,
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Tylototriton



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Default Re: Concerning Fire Salamanders or any listed in the Lacey Act

here's a previous discussion on the topic that includes the list by species



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