FW: Paper

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Subject: FW: Paper
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Date: Sun, 11 Jul 2021 01:37:31 +0000

Hello COG members/chat line subscribers, I expect quite a few of you would be interested in the overall summary of this major comprehensive breeding study which Michael Guppy has told us about over a number of COG meetings.


Unfortunately it is too big (4 Mb) to post on the COG Chatline, but I’m happy to forward it to anyone who is interested in receiving a copy.


Jack Holland


From: M and S Guppy <>
Sent: Saturday, 10 July 2021 3:47 PM
To: Jack & Andrea Holland <>
Subject: Paper


Jack, since I have given so many talks to the group, I thought you would be interested in our latest paper, which brings all of the work together.


Please pass it on to any members who you think might be interested.


It’s amazing how much goes on in a seemingly benign spotted gum forest each season.


Cheers Emmaness



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