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Unlike the law protecting endangered animals

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Unlike the law protecting endangered animals, the Fish and Wildlife Service’s listing of endangered plants does not prohibit collectors to take listed plants from the wild if in doing so they comply with state laws.

(A) to take listed plants from the wild if in doing so they comply with state laws
(B) from taking listed plants from the wild if they are so doing in compliance with state laws
(C) from taking listed plants from the wild if in doing so they comply with state laws
(D) who take listed plants from the wild should they be in compliance with state laws
(E) that take listed plants from the wild so long as they are doing so by being in compliance with state laws

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The correct idiom is "prohibit---- from:. So B or C; B is wrong in saying that they collect rare plants in compliance ( meaning because of wanting to comply with laws). On the contrary, C is forth right in saying that they will be permitted if they do not flout state laws.
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