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Discussion in 'Species Identification - Identify Your Hermit Crab' started by jissxc, Oct 3, 2009.

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  1. kgbenson

    kgbenson (Micro Crab)

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    Governments can restrict the collection and movement of animals any time they desire regardless of the species status as endangered or not. For example - Koalas are not endangered, but they have some of the most restrictive policies protecting them. The reason I have seen listed is that their numbers were declining - this does not automatically confer an endangered status to the species.

    The term gets thrown about but I can find no reference to perlatus being endangered. Does anyone have any documentation? I have already checked the ICUN Redbook and none of the coenobita are listed, perhaps there is a regional designation by one of the Australian States?

    Keith
     
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    its in south australia
     
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    kgbenson (Micro Crab)

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    I guess I am wondering if there is anything official on this. People keep saying it, but no one has posted a link to anything official.

    I also was under the impression that there are no coenobita in South Australia.

    Keith
     
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