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RE: Oregon law

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Posted by: MassLawGeek at Wed Jun 20 09:33:56 2012  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by MassLawGeek ]  
   

>>>>Venomous hep laws are a bit convaluted in Oregon..Does anyone here have a link or know how the law reads?...Thanks
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>>>>Tom Crutchfield
>>>>239-645-9661
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>>>>www.tomcrutchfield.com
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>>Hi Tom, I found this link:
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>>http://www.dfw.state.or.us/wildlife/diversity/docs/reptiles.pdf
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>>It would appear that venomous species that are not native to N. America are restricted on a species basis. The document also states that species that aren't "classified" on this document are also prohibited. Of course this would depend upon the integrity of current scientific nomenclature.
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Actually, as I continue to peruse the document, it becomes apparent that some species are being restricted (or non-restricted) based on criteria that I can't quite figure out. It may have something to do with exotic species introduction.


   

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