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Introducted Dendrobates auratus in Hawaii are thriving
Introducted Dendrobates auratus in Hawaii are thriving. You can easily apply for a permit to catch and take four (04) off the Islands with you for your plane ride home ! Pretty neat. ... Poison.htm

"Time flies like an arrow, fruit flies like a banana".
You must apply in person with valid ID. Species can not be transported to another island. This does not apply to Gold Dust Day Geckos as they are a List A Regulated Species. You can bring back D. auratus, anyone can who will fill out a form and who has an ID can obtain a permit. It is free to obtain, limit to 4 specimens. I have called, confirmed, have permit applications, and spoke with the invasive species coordinator via email. There are dart frog books in publication that say this is illegal, but they are incorrect.

Quote:From the Dept. of Land and Natural Resources
To export chameleons, geckos or any other injurious wildlife (see Chapter 13.124 rules) requires a permit from Division of Forestry and Wildlife. Limit is a one-time permit for each household to remove up to four animals. Applications may be obtained by calling Nancy at 587-0160.

Dept. of Land and Natural Resources
Division of Forestry and Wildlife
1151 Punchbowl St., Rm. 325
Honolulu, HI 96813
(808) 587-0164
Later and Happy Frogging,
Jason Juchems

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