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    what about teacup sting rays im most likely wrong but i read somewhere on here that they arnt actually sting rays but something else not sure what tho





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    They're Potamotrydonidae and illegal in CA. The only legal "FW" rays are the few Dasyatidae rays that can be adjusted to FW conditions under limited circumstances (extreme maintenance, over-filtration, etc.).
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    Just out of curiosity, what would happen to someone who had a tank in one state, say, South Carolina, and moved into a new home in Georgia, with the tank?

    (with FW ray, naturally)...


    I mean, I've never heard of the fish police before - how are these laws actually enforced?


    (seems to me a lot like firework laws - people can just drive a few hours and circumvent them???)



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    Quote Originally Posted by African_Fever;1795660;
    I don't know if there are any restricted fish in Canada. In 20 years in the hobby I've never come across a single thing or even mention. Rays are ok in all provinces because our water is just too cold for anything to survive if it escaped or was released.

    All species of Snake Head are recognized as "invasive" and are illegal in Ontario.



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    Quote Originally Posted by CarpeD1em500;4304362;
    Just out of curiosity, what would happen to someone who had a tank in one state, say, South Carolina, and moved into a new home in Georgia, with the tank?

    (with FW ray, naturally)...


    I mean, I've never heard of the fish police before - how are these laws actually enforced?


    (seems to me a lot like firework laws - people can just drive a few hours and circumvent them???)
    thats what im saying..you only hear of people getting busted when they are stung/bitten, or snitched on. i know i wouldnt be ditching my ray



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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfsangel;2280128;
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    Prohibited Exotic Species

    The organisms listed on this page are legally classified as exotic, harmful, or potentially harmful. No person may import, possess, sell, or place them into water of this state except as authorized by rule or permit issued by the department."


    http://www.tpwd.state.tx.us/huntwild...pecies/exotic/


    so ahah, so they are "illegal" but you can have them with a permit! *plots*
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    Glad Louisiana is in the legal zone.



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    Cool, Im moving from California to North Carolina! Time to start doing my ray research!
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    OK, so i looked up on google if freshwater rays were illegal in AZ, and it said you needed a permit.

    So...Would this mean its restricted in my state?
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