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A fellow shroomery-ite sent some edible cultures from Europe on the 18th or Feb. They were numbered on little baggies (the species names were not written). They have not arrived yet, and I am becoming worried that customs intercepted them. As I said, they are legal(edible) cultures. I do frequent this site, but I don't grow psilocybin containing species anymore. Should I be worried about being put on a list of some kind. Is it legal to have culinary species sent from abroad? Has anyone else encountered anything similar.
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Your friend should have labelled them with a species and declared them as biologicals/spore print specimens on the Customs declaration. Customs guys get a little purturbed when they find a package that looks like it could be contraband
You shouldn't have too many problems importing prints....but for live cultures etc. you'll need photosanitary certification...which gets pricey and involved.
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