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Subject: seahorses (fwd)
From: Patricia Clay <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:Academic forum on fisheries ecology and related topics <[log in to unmask]>
Date:Fri, 12 Jul 1996 09:05:26 -0400

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Apologies for duplicate messages.  Anyone with sea horses please contact
Stephen Casey directly.
Trish Clay
Dr. Patricia M. Clay, Anthropologist
National Marine Fisheries Service
166 Water St.
Woods Hole, MA 02543 USA
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> From [log in to unmask] Thu Jul 11 15:32:02 1996
> Date: Thu, 11 Jul 96 15:29:12 EST
> From: "Arvis, Constance" <[log in to unmask]>
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> To: [log in to unmask]
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> Subject: seahorses
> Can you help this person?  Thanks.  Hope all is well.  All the best.  Conny
> ______________________________ Forward Header __________________________________
> Subject: seahorses
> Author:  [log in to unmask] (Stephen P. Casey) at INTERNET_GATEWAY
> Date:    7/11/96 10:42 AM
> Dear Ms Arvis,
> I am a researcher at the Institute of Zoology, London where I am trying to
> produce a taxonomy of all seahorse species using genetic and morphological
> methods. We are working closely with London Zoo Aquarium.
> In order to complete this taxonomy, I desperately need seahorse specimens :
> do you think you can help me, or do you know of anyone who can provide
> samples of dead seahorses ? I am not suggesting that seahorses are killed
> for this purpose, but I believe that some deaths occur in captivity. We can
> possibly cover postage costs for specimens.
> I am sure that you are aware of the problems of classifying seahorse
> species, which can cause problems during aquaculture, for example. Using
> methods developed at the Institute, we aim to produce a complete taxonomy
> by the middle of 1997. But I need specimens, of any type or from anywhere,
> in order to achieve this. It is important that the area of origin of the
> seahorses is known. Please can you help me ?
> If you are interested in this project then I will gladly send you full
> details of our proposal.
> Thankyou for your attention (I obtained your e-mail address from the CORAL
>                                 Yours sincerely,
>                                         Stephen Casey.
> Conservation Genetics Group,
> Institute of Zoology,
> Regents Park,
> U.K
> Fax (0171) 586 2870

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