I am looking for a piece of Limnophila (Ambulia) and a small Ceratopteris thalictroides. I was looking in Petsmart, but never found. I am in Virginia.
You might be able to get away with it, its just the ethical and legal part of it. If you get caught, thats a lot of money you have to pay for shipping such a tiny plant, if you don't get caught, thats still breaking the law. Even if the plants have no chance of survival if they are released into the wild.Here, in Virginia, we have ice on all ponds and rivers every winter. All tropicals have no chance to survive. Many good aquarium plants can be obtained for free in Florida. Just go and look in canals, ditches, etc. Some good fish are out there as well. By the way, I had a friend in Oklahoma, who got a parcel from GB. The guy in England wrote right on the box: "WALKIING STICKS" (!) a federal quarantine group of insects. The box was delivered without problems...