New very nice website about beetles and coleopterists AND DON'T FORGET TO MENTION the FLEAS
Stuart G. Poss
Stuart.Poss at USM.EDU
Fri Mar 10 11:10:00 CST 2000
I stumbled onto this myself last night. The site dealing with fleas is
equally impressive. Colleagues at the Zoological Institute are off to a
tremendous start with their new server. This will surely become
outstanding web pages, if current developments proceed in a similar
TAXACOMERS would do well to make a quick (virtual) visit to St.
"Vr. Richard Bejsak-Collorado-Mansfeld" wrote:
> Today I have created link from www.coleoptera.org section <coleoptera
> links> to very nice English/Russian website called Beetles and
> The website belongs to Zoological institute in Saint Petersburg (alias
> Keep care and be of good cheer.
> (name) Vratislav Richard Eugene Maria John Baptist
> (surname) of Bejsak (Bayshark)-Collorado-Mansfeld
> website: http://www.coleoptera.org
> listserver: coleoptera on www.egroup.com/list/coleoptera/info.html
> Coleoptera - Australia, Tenebrionidae of World
> (incl. Lagriinae, Alleculinae)
> University of Sydney
> The Wentworth Bldg., Box 62
> NSW 2006
> phone : +61 414 540 465
> email: vratislav at bigfoot.com
> ricardo at ans.com.au
> (before Ricardo at compuserve.com
> and ricardo at login.cz )
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