Natural history prices..
pierre.deleporte at UNIV-RENNES1.FR
Fri Jan 23 12:30:36 CST 2004
as is well known, the highest official recognise for natural history
"posting on TAXACOM an original and provocative proposition which lets
because this is indicative of a revolutionary contribution with really no
A 16:58 23/01/2004 +1100, Richard Bejsak wrote:
>there is not a Nobel price for natural history..
>Can somebody advice me what is the highest official recognise for natural
>Keep care and be of good cheer
>(name) Vratislav Richard Eugene Maria John Baptist
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