Subject: GHL
From: David Hair <>
Date: Mon, 04 Sep 2006 10:53:49 +1000
Hi, Everyone.
The GHL was alive and well yesterday morning (September 3) at Burren Junction. Frank Hemmings and I found it at the usual place, the ditch opposite the silos. The previous afternoon it was beside a small ground tank behind the temporary silo on the north side of the road, that is, the same side as the ditch but about 200 metres north east of it.

David Hair.


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