On March 16, Shenzhen Bay Lane Inspection and Quarantine Workers intercepted a large number of illegal immigrants, including 33.2 kilograms of gelatin, 19.8 kilograms of Ganoderma lucidum, 8.3 kilograms of wood, 8.3 kilograms of earth and stone, and 4.1 kilograms of coconut seeds from the seabed on a commercial vehicle from Hong Kong Airport. Among them, Ganoderma lucidum mixed with sawdust and soil, Ganoderma lucidum surface was found to have obvious wormholes, the largest single Ganoderma lucidum weight of 6.3 kg, radius of about 0.7 meters, this is the first time that such a large Ganoderma lucidum was found in Shenzhen Bay lane.
According to the survey, the owner of the property is three Chinese, holding Hong Kong and Macao passport, Canadian passport and Guyana passport respectively. The owner stated that the above items were purchased from Ecuador. Because the party concerned can not provide any quarantine examination and approval procedures and related certification materials, the staff will intercept and seal up the goods according to law, and take some samples to the testing center for pest quarantine identification.