2019 LDWF Alligator Regulations - Page 28



raw alligator skins, or who intends to custom tan, or use for taxidermy, the
alligators or raw skins.
viii. Violation of this Subparagraph is a Class Two violation as
described in Title 56.
c. A nuisance alligator hunter shall comply with the same report
requirements as a commercial alligator hunter and complete any other reports
required by the department. Violation of this requirement shall result in
immediate termination of nuisance alligator hunter status. Violation of this
Subparagraph is a Class Two violation as described in Title 56.
d.i. Alligator farmers receiving hide tags from the department are
responsible for disposition of all issued tags and must:
(a). complete an official alligator parts transaction form, furnished
by or approved by the department for each alligator parts transaction. These
forms shall be submitted to the department along with the annual report.
Violation of this Clause is a Class Two violation as described in Title 56;
(b). complete an official lost tag form, furnished by the department,
for any hide tags lost or stolen. These forms shall be submitted to the
department within 15 days following the last day of the year that issued tags
are valid. Violation of this Clause is a Class Two violation as described in Title
56.
ii. All unused hide tags must be returned to the department within
15 days following the last day of the year that issued tags are valid. Violation
of this Clause is a Class Two violation as described in Title 56.
iii. Each alligator farmer in possession of one or more tagged farm
alligator skins deemed to be of no value, must notify the department of the tag
number and belly width of each farm alligator skin and must arrange for
delivery of the farm alligator skin(s) to the department. Department personnel
will remove the CITES alligator tags and dispose of the farm alligator skins.
Violation of this Clause is a Class Two violation as described in Title 56.
iv. Each alligator farmer in possession of one or more tagged farm
alligators deemed to be of no value, must notify the department of the tag
number and belly width of each farm alligator prior to disposal of the alligator.
Alligator farmers must remove the CITES alligator tag(s) at the time of
disposal and immediately return the tag(s) to the department. Violation of this
Clause is a Class Two violation as described in Title 56.
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