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    Quote Originally Posted by hendrixpujols11 View Post
    arent GloFish illegal in California and Canada?
    They definitely are in Canada.
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    BARCLAYS OFFICIAL CALIFORNIA CODE OF REGULATIONS
    TITLE 14. NATURAL RESOURCES
    DIVISION 1. FISH AND GAME COMMISSION -DEPARTMENT OF FISH AND GAME
    SUBDIVISION 3. GENERAL REGULATIONS
    CHAPTER 3. MISCELLANEOUS
    This database is current through 4/6/07, Register 2007, No. 14

    s 671. Importation, Transportation and Possession of Live Restricted Animals.




    (a) It shall be unlawful to import, transport, or possess alive animals restricted in subsection (c) below except under permit issued by the Department of Fish and Game. Permits may be issued by the department as specified herein and for purposes designated in Section 671.1 subject to the conditions and restrictions designated by the department. Except for mammals listed in Fish and Game Code Section 3950 or live aquatic animals requiring a permit pursuant to Fish and Game Code Section 2271, no permit is required by this section for any animal being imported, transported, or possessed pursuant to any other permit issued by the department. Cities and counties may also prohibit possession or require a permit for these and other species not requiring a state permit.

    (b) The commission has determined the below listed animals are not normally domesticated in this state. Mammals listed to prevent the depletion of wild populations and to provide for animal welfare are termed "welfare animals", and are designated by the letter "W". Those species listed because they pose a threat to native wildlife, the agriculture interests of the state or to public health or safety are termed "detrimental animals" and are designated by the letter "D". The department shall include the list of welfare and detrimental wild animals as part of DFG MANUAL NO. 671 (2/25/92) IMPORTATION, TRANSPORTATION AND POSSESSION OF RESTRICTED SPECIES, to be made available to all permittees and other interested individuals.

    (c) Restricted species include:

    (4) Class Agnatha -Jawless Fishes




    (A) Family Petromyzontidae -Lampreys




    All nonnative species (D).




    (5) Class Osteichthyes -Bony Fishes




    (A) Family Percichthyidae -Temperate Basses




    1. The species Morone americana(White perch) (D).




    2. The species Morone chrysops(White bass) (D).




    (B) Family Clupeidae -Herrings




    Dorosoma cepedianum(Gizzard shad) (D).




    (C) Family Sciaenidae -Drums




    Aplodinotus grunniens(freshwater drum) (D).




    (D) Family Characidae -Characins




    1. Astyanax fasciatus(Banded tetra) (D).




    2. All species of the genera Serrasalmus, Serrasalmo, Pygocentrus, Taddyella, Rooseveltiella, and Pygopristis(Piranhas) (D).




    3. Hoplias malabaricus(Tiger fish) (D).




    (E) Family Salmonidae -Trouts




    Salmo salar(Atlantic salmon) -Restricted in the Smith River watershed (D).




    (F) Family Lepisosteidae -Gars




    All species (D).




    (G) Family Amiidae -Bowfins




    All species (D).




    (H) Family Poeciliidae -Livebearers




    Belonesox belizanus(Pike killifish) (D).




    (I) Family Channidae -Snakeheads




    All species (D).




    (J) Family Cyprinidae -Carps and Minnows




    1. Leuciscus idus (ide)(D).




    2. Ctenopharyngodon idellus(Grass carp) (D), except that permits may be issued to a person, organization or agency for possession of triploid grass carp, under conditions set forth in Section 238.6.




    3. Hypophthalmichthys molitrix(Silver carp) (D).




    4. Aristichthys nobilis(Bighead carp) (D).




    (K) Family Trichomycteridae (Pygidiidae) -Parasitic Catfishes.




    All species (D).




    (L) Family Cetopsidae -Whalelike Catfishes.




    All species (D).




    (M) Family Clariidae -Labyrinth Catfishes




    All species of the genera Clarias, Dinotopterus, and Heterobranchus(D).




    (N) Family Heteropneustidae (Saccobranchidae) -Airsac Catfishes




    All species (D).




    (O) Family Cichlidae -Cichlids




    1. Tilapia sparrmani(Banded Tilapia) (D).




    2. Tilapia zilli(Redbelly tilapia) (D), except permits may be issued to a person or agency for importation, transportation, or possession in the counties of San Bernardino, Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Diego, and Imperial.




    3. Tilapia aurea(Blue tilapia) (D).




    4. Tilapia nilotica(Nile tilapia) (D).




    (P) Family Anguillidae -Freshwater Eels.




    All species of genus Anguilla(D).




    (Q) Family Esocidae -Pikes all species (D).




    (R) Family Percidae -Perches




    1. Perca flavescens(Yellow perch) (D).




    2. Stizostedion vitreum(Walleye) (D).




    (S) Family Catostomidae -Suckers




    All members of the genus Ictiobus(Buffalos) (D).




    (T) Family Cyprinodontidae-Killifishes




    Cyprinodon variegatus(Sheepshead minnow) (D).




    (6) Class Elasmobranchiomorphi -Cartilaginous Fishes




    (A) Family Carcharhinidae -Requiem Sharks




    All species of genus Carcharhinus(Freshwater sharks) (D).




    (B) Family Potamotrygonidae -River stingrays




    All species (D).






    Also found this:

    The importation or transportation of the grass carp or white amur (Ctenopharyngodon idella) is prohibited in California by the California Fish and Game Commission [Title 14, Section 671, California Code of Regulations].
    The importation or transportation of the decollate snail (Rumina decollata) is prohibited in California by the California Fish and Game Commission, except in the counties of Imperial, Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino, San Diego, Santa Barbara, Tulare, and Ventura with the concurrence of the appropriate county agricultural commissioner [Title 14, Section 671, California Code of Regulations]. On August 6, 1993, the California Fish and Game Commision authorized the use of decollate snail in citrus orchards in Kern, Fresno, and Madera counties. Their use requires the approval of the appropriate county agricultural commissioner. Except for the above 12 counties, the use of the decollate snail in California is prohibited.
    Normal is a setting on a dryer

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    In Minnesota

    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


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    The List of Minnesota fish lists fish found naturally in Minnesota waters, including Lake Superior. According to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources, Minnesota is home to 158 fish species.
    The species data on this page is taken from the Minnesota DNR, which also uses several labels to indicate a fish's status within Minnesota waters. An endangered fish species is near extinction in Minnesota, a threatened species is likely to become endangered within the foreseeable future, and a special concern species is either extremely uncommon in Minnesota or has unique or highly specific habitat requirements.
    Several types of Minnesota fish are considered non-native invasive species. A prohibited invasive species is illegal to possess in Minnesota without a permit, and a regulated invasive species is legal to possess but still may not be released into public waters. Many invasive fish species are nonetheless already well-established.


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    [edit] Coldwater sport fish


    [edit] Warmwater sport fish


    [edit] Other sport fish


    [edit] Non-game fish


    [edit] Invasive species not currently in Minnesota

    According to the DNR, these prohibited or regulated invasive fish species threaten Minnesota natural resources but are not currently known to be in Minnesota public waters.
    • Bighead carp Hypophthalmichthys nobilis (prohibited invasive)
    • Black carp Mylopharyngodon piceus (prohibited invasive)
    • Grass carp Ctenopharyngodon idella (prohibited invasive)
    • Rudd Scardinius erythrophthalmus (prohibited invasive)
    • Silver carp Hypophthalmichthys molitrix (prohibited invasive)
    • Tilapia Oneochromis, Sartheradon, and Tilapia spp. (regulated invasive)
    • Zander Stizostedion lucioperca (prohibited invasive)

    [edit] See also


    [edit] Resources

    Retrieved from "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Minnesota_fish"
    Categories: Fish of North America | Minnesota lists | Natural history of Minnesota



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    Saw this tonight at Franks aquarium. Ornamental shrimp and crayfish are prohibited from importation into the State of Hawaii.
    Hope inverts are not off topic here.



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    Glofish
    http://www.glofish.com/about.asp#science_1

    Why can’t I buy GloFish® fluorescent fish in Australia, Canada, or Europe?
    At present, Australia, Canada, and Europe prohibit the marketing of any genetically modified organisms, including our tropical fluorescent zebra fish, until they are cleared through a formal review process.
    Glofish is prohibited in California.
    Please note that these fish may not be sold or transferred to anyone in the State of California, as this is prohibited by California Law. The producers of GloFishâ fluorescent fish request that all consumers respect this regulation. For more information about this issue, please visit www.glofish.com/california.asp.
    For Virginians:
    VIRGINIA:

    4 VAC 15-30-10 - Possession, importation, sale, etc., of wild animals.

    Under the authority of §§ 29.1-103 and 29.1-521 of the Code of Virginia it shall be unlawful to take, possess, import, cause to be imported, export, cause to be exported, buy, sell, offer for sale, or liberate within the Commonwealth any wild animal unless otherwise specifically permitted by law or regulation. Unless otherwise stated, for the purposes of identifying species regulated by the board, when both the scientific and common names are listed, the scientific reference to genus and species will take precedence over common names.

    4 VAC 15-30-40 - Importation requirements, possession and sale of nonnative (exotic) animals. A. Permit required. A special permit is required and may be issued by the department, if consistent with the department's fish and wildlife management program, to import, possess, or sell those nonnative (exotic) animals listed below that the board finds and declares to be predatory or undesirable within the meaning and intent of § 29.1-542 of the Code of Virginia, in that their introduction into the Commonwealth will be detrimental to the native fish and wildlife resources of Virginia:

    AMPHIBIANS:
    Order Family Genus/Species Common Name
    Anura Buforidae Bufo marinus Giant or marine toad*
    Pipidae Xenopus spp. Tongueless or African clawed frog
    Caudata mbystomatidae Ambystoma tigrium Mavortium Barred tiger salamander
    A. t. Diaboli Gray tiger
    A. t. Melanostictum Blotched tiger Salamander

    FISH:
    Order Family Genus/Species Common Name
    Cypriniformes Catostomidae Ictiobus bubalus Smallmouth buffalo*
    I. cyprinellus Bigmouth buffalo*
    I. niger Black buffalo*
    Characidae Pygopristis spp. Piranhas
    Pygocentrus spp.
    Rooseveltiella spp.
    Serrasalmo spp.
    Taddyella spp.
    Cyprinidae Aristichyhys Nobilis Bighead carp*
    Ctenopharyngodon idella Grass carp or white amur
    Cyprinella lutrensis Red shiner
    Hypophthalmichthys molitrix Silver carp*
    Mylopharynogodom piceus Black carp
    Scardinius erythrophthalmus Rudd
    Tinca tinca Tench*
    Gobiesociformes Gobiidae Proterorhinus marmoratus Tubenose goby
    Neogobius melanostomus Round goby
    Perciformes Cichlidae Tilapia spp. Tilapia
    Gymnocephalus cernuum Ruffe*
    Siluriformes Clariidae All Species Air-breathing catfish
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    Arizona

    The following fish are considered native species, and cannot be taken or possessed...

    Beautiful Shiner
    Bluehead Sucker
    Bonytail Chub
    Colorado Pikeminnow
    Desert Pupfish
    Flannelmouth Sucker
    Gila Chub
    Gila Topminnow
    Gila Trout
    Headwater Chub
    Humpback Chub
    Little Colorado Sucker
    Little Colorado Spinedace
    Loach Minnow
    Mexican Stoneroller
    Quitobaquito Pupfish
    Razorback Sucker
    Sonora Chub
    Spikedace
    Virgin Spinedace
    Virgin Roundtail Chub
    Woundfin
    Yaqui Catfish
    Yaqui Chub
    Yaqui Topminnow
    Zuni Bluehead Sucker



    In addition, gamefish may not be possessed alive (that means no channel cats, or bullhead, or bluegill, etc.)



    There do not appear to be any laws about aquarium fish, other than the federal laws. I have found several areas that say aquarium and pond species are not regulated. However, that may be about to change, as they are working on the invasive species problem, and some species may end up banned over that.



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    Here's all I could find for Minnesota.

    MINNESOTA:

    Prohibited Invasive Species in Minnesota:

    Fish
    bighead carp (Hypophthalmichthys nobilis)
    black carp (Mylopharyngodon piceus)
    grass carp (Ctenopharyngodon idella)
    round goby (Neogobius melanostomus)
    rudd (Scardinius erythrophthalmus)
    ruffe (Gymnocephalus cernuus)
    sea lamprey (Petromyzon marinus)
    silver carp (Hypophthalmichthys molitrix)
    white perch (Morone americana)
    zander (Stizostedion lucioperca)



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    Any freshwater shrimp is illegal to have have in South Africa, it sucks.



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    For anyone who has not seen the thread with rules and regulations, it's here.
    http://www.aquariacentral.com/forums...d.php?t=111527
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    Australia

    Australia:

    All States:

    AQIS- Australian Quarantine and Inspection Service; Dept of Agriculture, Fisheries, and Forestry

    List of permitted Live Freshwater fish suitable for Import

    Taxon
    Common ame

    Abramites hypselonotus
    Marbled Headstander

    Acanthophthalmus spp.
    Kuhlii Loach

    Aequidens maronii
    Keyhole

    Aequidens pulcher
    Blue Acara

    Anostomus spp.
    Headstander

    Aphyocharax spp.
    Bloodfin Tetras

    Aphyosemeion spp.
    Killie Fish

    Apistogramma spp.
    Dwarf Cichlid

    Aplocheilus spp.
    Panchax

    Apteronotus albifrons
    Black Ghost Knife Fish

    Apteronotus leptorhynchus
    Long Nose Brown Ghost Knifefish

    Arnoldichthys spilopterus
    Arnold?s Characin, Red-eye Characin

    Astronotuso cellatus
    Oscar

    Astyanax fasciatus mexicanis ?jordani? (Albino form only)
    Blind Cave Fish

    Aulonocara nyassae of length 5cm and over
    African Peacock Cichlid

    Aulonocara spp.
    African Cichlids

    Males onlyBagrichthys hypselopterus
    Black Lancer Catfish

    Balantiocheilus melanopterus
    Silver Shark minnow

    Barbodes everetti
    Clown Barb

    Barbodes fasciatus
    Striped Barb

    Barbodes hexazona
    Tiger Barb

    Barbodes lateristriga
    barb

    Barbodes pentazona
    Banded Barb

    Bedotia geayi
    Madagascar Rainbow

    Benthochromis tricoti
    BenthochromisTricoti

    Betta spp.
    Fighting Fish

    Boehlkea fredcochui
    Chochui?s Blue Tetra

    Botia lohachata of length 1.5 cm and over
    Reticulate loach

    Botia macracantha
    Clown Loach

    Brachydanio albolineatus
    Pearl Danio

    Brachydanio frankei
    Leopard Danio

    Brachydanio kerri
    Kerr?s Danio

    Brachydanio nigrofasciatus
    Spotted Danio

    Brachydanio rerio
    Zebra Danio

    Brachygobius spp.
    Bumble Bee Fish

    Brochis spp.
    Blue Catfish

    Brycinus longipinnis
    African Tetra

    Campylomormyrus cassaicus
    double-nose elephant nose

    Campylomormyrus rhynchophorus
    double-nose elephant nose

    Capoeta arulius
    Longfin Barb

    Capoeta oligolepis
    Checker

    Capoeta partipentazona
    tiger barb

    Capoeta semifasciolatus
    Golden Barb

    Capoeta tetrazona
    tiger barb

    Capoeta titteya
    Cherry Barb

    Carassius auratus
    Goldfish

    Carnegiella spp.
    Hatchet Fish

    Chalinochromis brichardi, bridles morph only, with minimum length 5cm
    Lake Tanganyika Cichlid

    Chalinochromis spp.
    Lake Tanganyika Cichlids

    Chanda spp.
    Perchlets

    Chilodus punctatus
    Spotted Headstander

    Chilotilapia rhoadesii with minimum length 5cm
    Rhoadesii Cichlid

    Cichlasoma nicaraguense with minimum length 5cm
    Nicaraguan Cichlid

    Coelurichthys microlepis
    Croaking Tetra

    Colisa chuna
    Honey Dwarf Gourami

    Colisa fasciata
    Giant Dwarf Gourami

    Colisa labiosa
    Thick-lipped Gourami

    Colisa lalia
    Dwarf Gourami

    Copeina Arnoldi
    Splash Tetra, Characin, Jumping Tetra

    Copeina guttata
    Red Spotted Copeina

    Corydoras spp.
    Armoured Catfish

    Males only ofCorynopoma riisei
    Swordtail Characin

    Crenicara filamentosa
    Checkerboard Lyretail

    Crenicara maculate with minimum length 5cm
    Checkerboard Cichlid

    Cyathopharnx furcifer
    Thread Fin Furficer

    Cyphotilapia frontosa of length 12cm and over
    Humphead cichlid

    Cyprichromis leptosoma
    Yellowtail Cyprichromis

    Cyrtocara moorii
    Lake Malawi Cichlid

    Danio devario
    BengalDanio

    Danio malabaricus
    Giant Danio

    Dekeyseria pulcher of length 1.5cm and over
    Pretty pleco

    Dermogenys pusillus
    Half Beak

    Dianema urostriata
    Stripe Tailed Catfish

    Epalzeorhynchus kallopterus
    Flying Fox

    Epalzeorhynchus siamensis
    Siamese Flying Fox

    Epiplatys spp.
    Killie Fish

    Eretmodus cyanostictus
    Dwarf Goby Cichlid

    Eretmodus maculatus
    Tangyanikan Clown Cichlid

    Esomus malayensis
    Flying Barb

    Farlowella acus
    Twig Catfish

    Gasteropelecus spp.
    Hatchet Fish

    Gnathochromis permaxillaris
    african cichlid

    Gnathonemus macrolepidotus
    elephant nose

    Gnathonemus petersi
    elephant nose

    Gymnocorymbus ternetzi
    Black Widow Tetra

    Gyrinocheilus aymonieri
    Sucking Asian Catfish

    Hasemania nana
    Silver Tip Tetra

    Helostoma rudolfi
    Pink Kissing Gourami

    Helostoma temminckii
    Green Kissing Gourami

    Hemigrammopetersius caudalis
    Yellow-tail Congo Tetra

    Hemigrammus spp.
    Tetras

    Hemiodopsis sterni
    Striped Hemiodopsis

    Homaloptera orthogoniata
    Indonesian Lizard Fish

    Hyphessobrycon spp.
    Tetras

    Inpaichthys kerri
    Blue Emperor Tetra

    Iodotropheys sprengerae
    African Cichlid

    Julidochromis spp.
    Dwarf Cichlid

    Kryptopterus bicirrhis
    Glass Catfish

    Kryptopterus macrocephalus
    Poormans Glass Catfish

    Labeo bicolour
    Redtail Shark

    Labeo erythrurus
    Red Fin Shark

    Labeo frenatus
    Rainbow Shark

    Labeo variegatus
    Variegated Shark

    Laetacara curviceps
    Curviceps

    Laetacara dorsigerus
    cichlid

    Laubuca laubuca
    Indian Hatchet Fish

    Males only Leiocassis siamensis
    Siamese Catfish, Bumble Bee Catfish

    Lepidarchus adonis
    Flagtail Tetra, Adonis Tetra

    Leporinus arcus
    Lipstick Leporinus

    Leporinus fasciatus
    Banded Leporinus

    Leporinus maculatus
    Spotted Leporinus

    Leporinus multifasciatus
    Multi-banded Leporinus

    Loricaria filamentosa
    Whiptail Catfish

    Macrognathus aculeatus
    Spiny Eel

    Males only Macropodus opercularis with minimum length 6cm
    Paradise Fish

    Megalamphodus spp.
    Tetras

    Melanochromis auratus
    Auratus

    Melanochromis simulans
    Auratus

    Non-Albino form only ofMesonauta festivus
    Festivum

    Metynnis spp. minimum length 4cm
    Silver Dollars

    Moenkhausia spp.
    Tetras

    Monodactylus argenteus
    Angel Mono, Malayan Mono, Batfish

    Monodactylus sebae
    African Mono

    Morulius chrysophekadion
    Black Shark

    Males only Myleus rubripinnis with minimum length 8cm
    Red Hook

    Nannacara anomala
    Golden Dwarf Acara

    Nannacara aureocephalus
    Golden Head Cichlid

    Nannacara taenia
    Dwarf Lattice Cichlid

    Nannostomus spp.
    Pencil Fish

    Nematobrycon spp.
    Emperor Tetra

    Neolamprologus brichardi
    Princess of Burundi

    Neolamprologus cylindricus
    Tanganyikan Cichlid

    Yellow morph only Neolamprologus leleupi with minimum length 5cm
    Lemon Cichlid

    Neolamprologus meeli minimum length 5cm
    African cichlid

    Neolamprologus mustax minimum length 5cm
    Mustax, Mask Lamprolagus

    Neolamprologus ocellatus minimum length 5cm
    African cichlid

    Ophthalmotilapia spp.
    Blacknosed Threadfin Cichlid

    Oryzias latipes
    Golden Medaka

    Osteochilus hasselti
    bony lipped barb

    Osteochilus vittatus
    bony lipped barb

    Otocinclus arnoldi
    Sucker Catfish

    Oxygaster oxygastroides
    Glass Barb

    Pantodon buchholzi
    Butterfly Fish

    Papiliochromis altispinosa
    Bolivian Butterfly Cichlid

    Papiliochromis ramirezzii
    Ram

    Paracheirodon axelrodi
    Cardinal Tetra

    Paracheirodon innesi
    Neon Tetra

    Paracyprichromis nigripinnis
    Blue Neon Cyprichromis

    Males onlyParauchenipterus fisheri minimum length 7cm
    Woodcat

    Males onlyParosphromenus deissneri minimum length 4cm
    LicoriceGourami

    Pelvicachromis pulcher
    kribensis

    Pelvicachromis subocellatus
    kribensis

    Pelvicachromis taeniatus
    kribensis

    Petitella georgiae
    False Rummy Nose

    Petrochromis trewavasae minimum length 5cm
    ?Texas? Cichlid, White Spotted Peerchromis

    Phenacogrammus interruptus
    Congo Tetra

    Pimelodella pictus
    Pictus Catfish

    Pimelodus ornatus
    catfish

    Poecilia latipinna
    Sailfin Mollie

    Poecilia reticulata
    Guppy

    Poecilia sphenops
    Black Mollie

    Poecilia velifera
    YucatanSailfin Mollie

    Males onlyPoecilocharax weitzmani
    Shining Tetra

    Prionobrama filigera
    Glass Bloodfin

    Pristella maxillaris
    Pristella

    Pseudogastromyzon myersi
    Dwarf Stone Sucker

    Pterophyllum spp.
    Angel Fish

    Puntius asoka
    Asoka Barb

    Puntius bimaculatus
    Two Spot Barb

    Puntius conchonius
    Rosy Barb

    Puntius cumingi
    Cummings Barb

    Puntius filamentosus
    Black Spot Barb

    Puntius lineatus
    Striped Barb

    Puntius nigrofasciatus
    Ruby Barb

    Puntius ticto
    Ticto Barb

    Puntius vittatus
    Kooli Barb

    Rasbora argyrotaenia
    Silver Rasbora

    Rasbora borapetensis
    Red Tail Rasbora

    Rasbora caudimaculata
    Red Tail Rasbora

    Rasbora dorsiocellata
    Emerald Eye Rasbora

    Rasbora dusonensis
    Yellow Tail Rasbora

    Rasbora einthoveni
    Blue Line Rasbora

    Rasbora elegans
    Two Spot Rasbora

    Rasbora hengelii
    harlequin rasbora

    Rasbora heteromorpha
    harlequin rasbora

    Rasbora kalochroma
    Clown Rasbora

    Rasbora leptosoma
    Copper Striped Rasbora

    Rasbora maculata
    Dwarf Spotted Rasbora

    Rasbora pauciperforata
    Red Line Rasbora

    Rasbora sarawakensis
    SarawakRasbora

    Rasbora steineri
    Gold Line Rasbora

    Rasbora taeniata
    Blue Line Rasbora

    Rasbora trilineata
    Black Scissortail

    Rasbora vaterifloris
    Flame Rasbora

    Rhodeus amarus
    bitterling

    Rhodeus sericeus
    bitterling

    Sawbwa resplendens minimum length 1cm
    Sawbwa barb

    Semaprochilodus insignis
    prochilodus

    Semaprochilodus taeniurus
    FlagtailProchilodus

    Spathodus erythrodon
    Blue Spotted Goby Cichlid

    Sphaerichthys osphronemoides
    Chocolate Gourami

    Females only Sturisoma panamense minimum length 8cm
    Armoured Catfish

    Symphysodon spp.
    Discus

    Males only Synodontis decorus minimum length 10cm
    catfish

    Synodontis multipunctatus
    African Catfish

    Synodontis nigriventris
    Upsidedown Catfish

    Tanganicodus irsacae
    Goby Cichlid

    Tanichthys albonubes
    White Cloud

    Tateurndina ocellicauda
    Peacock gudgeon

    Telmatherina ladigesi
    Celebes Rainbow

    Thayeria spp.
    Hockey stick Tetra

    Thoracocharax spp.
    Hatchet Fish

    Toxotes jaculator
    archer

    Trichogaster leeri
    Pearl Gourami

    Trichogaster microlepis
    Moonbeam Gourami

    Trichogaster trichopterus
    Golden Gourami

    Trichopsis pumilus
    gourami

    Trichopsis vittatus
    gourami

    Trinectes maculatus
    flounder

    Triportheus spp.
    False Hatchet

    Tropheus spp.
    African Cichlids

    Xiphophorus halleri
    Swordtail

    Xiphophorus maculatus
    Platy

    Xiphophorus variatus
    Variegated Platy

    Yasuhikotakia sidthimunki of length 1.5cm and over
    Dwarf chain loach


    Live freshwater fish may only be imported from approved countries listed below.

    Bahrain
    Belgium
    China
    Federated States of Micronesia
    Fiji
    French Polynesia
    Germany
    Hong Kong
    Indonesia
    Kenya
    Malaysia
    New Caledonia
    New Zealand
    Philippines
    Saudi Arabia
    Senegal
    Seychelles
    Singapore
    Solomon Islands
    South Africa
    Sri Lanka
    Thailand
    United States of America (USA)


    Fish Species Restricted for Importation into Western Australia

    Under Regulation 176 of the Fish Resources Management Regulations 1995 , a person must not bring into the State a species of fish not endemic to the State without the written approval, or written authority, of the Executive Director of the Department of Fisheries.

    Please contact the Translocation Officer at the Department of Fisheries Head Office for further information and to request a Translocation Application Pack.

    PLEASE NOTE: This list does not relate to aquatic snails or plants. The importation of aquatic snails, plants or declared plants are covered under the Plant Disease Act 1914, the Plant Diseases Regulations 1989 and the Agriculture and Related Resource Protection Act 1976. For further information on these matters, please contact the WA Quarantine and Inspection Service on (08) 9311 5333.

    Class 1

    Species listed as noxious under Schedule 5 of the Fish Resources Management Regulations 1995 and prohibited to be imported into the State.

    Noxious Fish:
    Grass carp Ctenopharyngodon idellus
    Nile perch Lates niloticus
    Parasitic catfish Family: Trichomycteridae
    Pike cichlid Crenicichla lepidota
    Piranha Serrasalmus spp.
    Snakehead Channa spp.
    Tiger catfish Pseudoplatystoma fasciatum
    Tigerfish Hydrocynus goliath
    Walking catfish Clarias batrachus
    Weatherloach Misgurnus anguillicaudatus


    Under the Fish Resources Management Act 1994 a person must not:

    * keep, breed, hatch or culture any noxious fish;

    * have in the person's possession any noxious fish;

    * consign or convey any noxious fish;

    * release any noxious fish into any waters; or

    * put any noxious fish into a container or receptacle in which it might remain alive.

    In addition, a person must not bring any fish into the State, if the fish is prescribed to be noxious.


    Class 2

    Species of fish not to be imported into the State without the prior written approval or written authority of the Executive Director of the Department of Fisheries, and species of fish that may only be imported into WA with the written approval of the Executive Director, in accordance with a policy relevant to that species.

    Freshwater Fish
    Salmonids Oncorhynchus mykiss,
    Salmo trutta,
    Salmo salar
    Australian bass Macquaria novemaculeatas
    Estuary perch Macquaria colonorum
    Barramundi Lates calcarifer
    Murray cod Maccullochella spp.
    Golden perch Macquaria ambigua
    Eels Anguilla australia
    A. obscura
    A. reinhardtii
    Catfish Tandanus tandanus (greater than 8cm in length)
    Gambusia Gambusia affinis,
    Gambusia holbrookii
    Redfin perch Perca fluviatilis
    Silver perch * Bidyanus bidyanus

    * Silver perch may only be imported in accordance with Fisheries Management Paper No 145, ?The aquaculture of non-endemic species in Western Australia, silver perch', October 2000.


    Marine Fish
    Cods Epinephelus spp.
    Dolphinfish Coryphaena hippurus
    Coral trout Plectropomus spp.
    Spariids Sparidae spp.

    Molluscs
    Edible oysters Ostreidae spp.
    Scallops Pectinidae spp.
    Mussels Mytilus edulis planulatus
    M galloprovincialis
    Clams Tridacnidae spp.
    Abalone Haliotis spp.
    Trochus Tectus niloticus

    Crustaceans
    Marron Cherax tenuimanus
    Yabbies Cherax albidus
    Cherax destructor
    Cherabin Macrobrachium spp.
    Western rock lobster Panulirus cygnus
    Prawns Penaeus spp.
    Redclaw * Cherax quadricarinatus

    * Redclaw crayfish may only be imported in accordance with Fisheries Management Paper No. 100, ?The aquaculture of non-endemic species in Western Australia, Redclaw crayfish', June 1997.


    Queensland
    Prohibited fish
    Certain introduced fish are declared noxious in Queensland. Noxious fish can not be brought into
    Queensland.

    The list of prohibited fish is subject to change and includes:

    Tilapia
    European carp
    Mosquito fish
    Largemouth bass

    For further information contact the Queensland Department of Primary Industries, Fisheries and
    Forestry or the Queensland Fisheries Management Authority.
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