locality - Bogos
robinl at NAIT.AB.CA
Sat Dec 30 22:38:53 CST 1995
Re BOGOS. Is this possibly an abbreviation? If so, then it might be
BOGOSLAVA OR BOGOSLOFF, a small island and volcano of Alaska, northwest
of Oonalaska, 1000 ft high, Lat 53 degrees 52 minutes north, 167 degrees,
39 minutes west.
Alternatively, it could be an abbreviation for BOGOSLOVSK, a village of
Russia, in the Ural Mountains, ca 185 miles northeast of Perm.
What is the critter you are peering at? Do these localities fit, or are
they "way out"?
On Fri, 29 Dec 1995, GB:'X0B$4fAB92GB5 wrote:
> Dear netters
> I have an old description of one Phalacridae beetle, and the author (Flach)
> stated: I have got specimen from BOGOS, Anyone has any glue where this place
> could be?
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