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mr_c265

I don't think that's the most recent version...

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newbreed

Its Version 5, newer than V4 I had. Have you seen newer?

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Dave

I have the versions here on my mac.  V5 is the last one I have.   If there is more work done by various contributors they have not been sent to me or if they have, I missed the email.   If anyone wants to take over the collation and completing the final report let me know.   It is very complicated and time consuming.  The person who was going to help import it to Bay Fish no longer works there so we will need another contact within an importer approved premises.    Once an importer has them on the list they may be imported regularly if they ever get through the quarantine process.  I think the environmental one will be relatively simple compared to the quarantine aspects.  Senator Nigel Scullion helped with Glossolepis incisus a few years back.  They say Australia is open for business but there are forces at work in greenie, environmental, PETA, HSI, and other negative types that try to stop anything new and interesting.   These forces are alive and active within the public service.  Beware the precautionary principle, promote the proactionary principle.  That tells us that humanity with cease to progress if we live by the precautionary principle.

 

Dave 

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mr_c265

Jodi-Lea has a quarantine approved premise, i'm not sure if she would be willing.
I have the same version as this report, but I expanded on two sections and edited some spelling errors. It's possible I forgot to send it to you. I'll upload it somewhere today (hopefully) so it can be looked over. 

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Squiggle

She actually rents the space off someone else who owns the quarantine premises & all the certification. :D

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NoGi

A good time to remove be people of this document and the need to help finish off.

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buck

what needs to be done to finish it off?

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OzShrimp

Does anyone know if this has progressed any further or not ?

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OzShrimp

@Dave ? lol :P

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