Darwin-L Message Log 1:12 (September 1993)

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<1:12>From tclarke@uoguelph.ca  Sun Sep  5 12:33:16 1993

Date: Sun, 5 Sep 1993 13:29:18 -0400 (EDT)
From: Tom Clarke <tclarke@uoguelph.ca>
Subject: Re: chinese classifications...
To: darwin-l@ukanaix.cc.ukans.edu

 ...an interesting method of classification for animals...
   ...since just about everything I work with would fall
 under the catagory 'from a long way off looks like flies' it
 would certainly make my life easier.

  For the record, my name is Tom Clarke and I'm an amateur
 entomologist, with an interest in insect wing derivation and the
 role of the aquatic environment in insect evolution.  Curiosity
 more then anything else brought me to this list, so I'll probably
 just be lurking in the background for now.


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