It appears that it has been made OFFICIAL!! The ban on Indonesian livestock has been lifted!!! This is truly great news, and you can read the Reef Builders article here: https://reefbuilders.com/2018/10/03/indonesian-corals/ My question for our discussion is, What Now?? What should we expect to see moving forward? I don't think anyone can deny that the harvesting and exportation of reef wildlife is much different today than it has been in the past, and I'd expect we'll continue to see changes coming over the next several years. As the article mentions, conservation efforts to help create a sustainable trade culture is in everyone's best interest. We should want to see efforts made to protect the wildlife in its natural habitat. But what do you guys expect that will look like? I know we're all just guessing at this point, but what types of things should we expect from places like Indonesia? What do you think will be put into place, and when will we see indo corals available again (and at what price)?