2020 LDWF Alligator Regulations - Flipbook - Page 25
vi. A licensed alligator parts dealer may purchase alligator parts
from a licensed alligator hunter, alligator farmer, another alligator parts dealer,
or the department.
vii. A licensed alligator parts retailer may purchase finished alligator
parts for retail sales.
d. Sales of alligators, alligator eggs, and alligator parts are restricted
i. A licensed alligator hunter may sell alligators, alligator hides, or
alligator parts taken by the licensee during the general open season to anyone
who may legally purchase.
ii. A licensed alligator farmer may sell alligators, alligator eggs,
alligator hides, or alligator parts to anyone who may legally purchase. The sale
of alligator eggs or live alligators shall only occur following the issuance of a
Transfer Authorization Permit. Application for the permit shall be made at
least two weeks prior to the transfer.
iii. A licensed fur buyer may sell whole alligators or alligator hides
to a fur dealer or another fur buyer within the confines of the state.
iv. A licensed fur dealer may sell whole alligators or alligator hides
to anyone who may legally purchase.
v. A licensed alligator parts dealer may sell alligator parts, other
than hides, to anyone.
A licensed alligator parts retailer may sell finished alligator parts
e. Legally tagged and documented alligators, alligator hides, and parts
of alligators taken in Louisiana may be shipped out of state or exported by
alligator hunters, alligator farmers, fur dealers and alligator parts dealers
subject to Paragraph A.11 of this Section (relating to Report Requirements)
provided that no live alligators or eggs originating in Louisiana may be
exported outside of their natural range without specific department
authorization and the concurrence of the United States Fish and Wildlife
Service, to be used only for scientific purposes. Violation of this Subparagraph
is a Class Three violation as described in Title 56.