And Now For Something Totally Different ...

Subject: And Now For Something Totally Different ...
From: Frank O'Connor <>
Date: Wed, 24 Apr 2002 22:34:02 +0800
At 20:49 24/04/2002 +1000, Laurie&Leanne Knight wrote:
He is appealing for help with the collection of specimens for research. He said
the insect should be placed in a labelled container and stored in a freezer to
slow the digestion of contents in the sandgroper's intestines.

"If you keep them alive, they will digest and pass all they have eaten recently
and valuable data will be lost."

Marilyn will be happy.  They aren't being leg flagged! :-)

Sorry, I couldn't resist it.  I guess its because I am a sandgroper ...
Please send this message to the round file and delete from the archive ... It makes as much sense as most of the other messages recently.

PS : They are cute critters when you do find one.

Frank O'Connor     Birding WA
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