Killifish eggs sent from U.S.A?

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16 Jun 2016 19:47 #1 by wildlifebiology93 (Sean O'Sullivan)
Any of ye guys buy eggs from the states/non Eu country in the past?
Was wondering is there any paperwork needed to be done first.
Had a quick search but found nothing covering tropical fish eggs.

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16 Jun 2016 19:57 #2 by Eric (Eric Corcoran)
Haven't got eggs from the states but I can't see it been a hassle

Eric

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17 Jun 2016 19:48 #3 by killikid (donald carson)
I just received egg's this morning from Canada posted on Monday
Got egg's from USA @ Europe no problem
I got fish posted to me from Sweden Poland and a few other
country's also.KK

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17 Jun 2016 21:41 #4 by wildlifebiology93 (Sean O'Sullivan)
Thanks for the reply Eric and killikid.
I know its done just wondering what the legislation on doing it is.
Off topic with this.
I know that a database was tried on the forum of the fish species that forum members were breeding but it didnt seem to come to much.
I was wondering if a database of who keeps/breeds what species of killifish in this section would work?
It would allow members to sell/trade/donate eggs to other members.
It would allow members to own more species, give access to eggs "locally" to members who wish to get in to the species and may also increase hatch rates by eliminating the risks encountered during shipping such as fluctuating temperatures , eggs hatching in trasit, mishandling etc...
Any one else with any views on this suggestion?

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18 Jun 2016 19:21 #5 by Eric (Eric Corcoran)
It didn't work with a list of what everyone was breeding but there's no harm in putting a post in the killifish section and anyone with eggs/fish can update it. Only problem might be the lack of people actually keeping or breeding killifish


Eric

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18 Jun 2016 20:23 #6 by wildlifebiology93 (Sean O'Sullivan)
Valid point Eric.
Just an idea.
I know i struggle myself to get the species I want and thought something like that on the forum might give people access to different species and might get others interested in giving the species a go if they could source them from forum members.

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18 Jun 2016 22:57 #7 by Eric (Eric Corcoran)
And maybe if more eggs were made available more people would give killifish a try. Can only be a good thing right. Fantastic species of fish to keep. And don't take up much space

Eric

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