|Subject:||Sub species?? worried of Hastings scribbles|
|From:||Penn Gwynne <>|
|Date:||Wed, 11 Dec 2002 15:40:27 -0800 (PST)|
G'day Mark and Alan,
What an interesting hypothesis eh? mind you at first I was very worried as I thought you both were informing the world that Sub's had in fact found a way to multiply?
I know for a fact that many naughty navy things happen under walter but raleigh have I thought that subs could multiply of and on there own accord?
Happy Christmas lads ...... and not too much Office Brandy or Rum okay.
John A. Gamblin waaanders off singing:
"Those beaks run through my hair,"
"That strange come feed me stare,"
"They strip my pantry bare, that's bird talk,"
"And I've got no defence for it,"
"Their heat is too intense for it,"
"What good would Ozzie cents for them do,"
Hmm I wonder how many on this list are now singing :^D>>>
"Well for what it is worth I think you are right but always remember that taxonomy is a Procrustean Bed." To a point possibly. Phylogenetics is real, interpretation is subjective. I am a proponent of species-groups(SG's). SG's are important because they indicate to us close association between forms. Close association means
Well for what it is worth I think you are right but always remember that taxonomy is a Procrustean Bed.
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