Kalkadoon to Kermadec part 3 Lord Howe Island endemics.

To: "Reid" <>
Subject: Kalkadoon to Kermadec part 3 Lord Howe Island endemics.
From: "michael hunter" <>
Date: Wed, 5 May 2004 10:00:40 +1000
Thanks Ralph,
                      The phasmid is currently extant in the wild only on
Ball's Pyramid, 23k south of LHI itself, but note some of the other comments
in this thread.
                       There is a highspeed cruiser at LHI called "The
Phasmid" which, at some cost, will take groups out to the pyramid in an hour
or less, I don't think you get a look at the insect though. Balls Pyramid up
close is nonetheless very impressive. Othe boats take a bit longer but will
take you there for less.

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