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Re: recording sounds of burrowing cockles

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Subject: Re: recording sounds of burrowing cockles
From: "Gabriel Francescoli" <>
Date: Mon, 28 Nov 2005 11:34:54 EST

I want to help but I don´t know if I can, because I don't know what 
cockles are!

PLease remember this is an international list. Can you include the 
scientific name of the species (or family) so the list members that 
are not familiar with English common names can help anyway?

Hope you find your answers.


>> Subject:       recording sounds of burrowing cockles
>> From:          Ken Sanderson <>
>> To:            <>
>> Date:          Tue, 22 Nov 2005 15:54:11 EST
>> Reply-to:      

>> Anyone had any experience with this sort of recording? One of our students 
>> wants to be able to record the sounds of cockles burrowing in the sand. 
>> Thanks. Ken Sanderson, Flinders University
>> Ken Sanderson
>> Email 
>> Voice 61 8 8201 2790   Fax 61 8 8201 3015
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>> School of Biological Sciences, Flinders University
>> GPO Box 2100, Adelaide, South Australia 5001, Australia
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Dr. Gabriel Francescoli
Sección Etología - Facultad de Ciencias
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