Well I don't have any documentation stating either side of the case, but plenty of macros are available online and I know they're sold locally among SD hobbyists.
If I've successfully convinced you to ship me some plants, let me know. :biggrin:
Doesn't sound right...Check California fish and game codes. Most if not all of the macro algae is illegal here.
Doesn't sound right...
Section 2300 of the code is the only actual place that the word "algae" is used.
2300. (a) No person shall sell, possess, import, transport,
transfer, release alive in the state, or give away without
consideration the salt water algae of the Caulerpa species:
taxifolia, cupressoides, mexicana, sertulariodes, floridana,
ashmeadii, racemosa, verticillata, and scapelliformis.
2271. (a) No live aquatic plant or animal may be imported into this
state without the prior written approval of the department pursuant
to regulations adopted by the commission.
(3) Ornamental marine or freshwater plants and animals that are
not utilized for human consumption or bait purposes and are
maintained in closed systems for personal, pet industry, or hobby
(c) The section does not apply to any live aquatic plant or animal
imported by a registered aquaculturist.