RE: birding-aus Ashmore Reef pelagic

To: "" <>, "'Andrew, Paul'" <>
Subject: RE: birding-aus Ashmore Reef pelagic
From: Susan Myers <>
Date: Thu, 25 Nov 1999 10:53:05 +1100

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From:   Andrew, Paul [SMTP:
Sent:   Wednesday, November 24, 1999 2:55 PM
To:     'birding-aus'
Subject:        birding-aus Ashmore Reef pelagic


Aipysurus apraefrontalis
A. duboisii
A. fuscus
Astrotia stokesii.
Disteira kingii
Emydocephalus annulatus
Hydrophis coggeri
H. elegans

Well, the bird list is remarkable and thanks to Dion for sharing it with us 
(and making us all, no doubt, exceedingly jealous). But even more remarkable to 
my mind is the seasnake list. Can this be true (I am not doubting you here!)? 
Nine species of seasnake! That's amazing. Would it be possible for Dion to 
expand upon this subject? Did anyone do any diving or snorkelling? It must be 
an exceedingly rich area to support that sort of diversity. 

Susan Myers
Ph. +61 3 9899 9303
Fax +61 3 9890 8911

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