[Taxacom] Fwd: complete list of all species

Jim Croft jim.croft at gmail.com
Wed Feb 13 16:29:44 CST 2008

Have you spoke to an entomologist lately?!   What part of  the word
'infinite' is a problem for you?   :))

The best we can hope for is an integrated list of the ones we know
about... that in theory is at least doable...  and I would like to
think we are all heading towards that goal...  and will get there in
the next less than ten years...


On Feb 14, 2008 8:23 AM, Frederick W Schueler <bckcdb at istar.ca> wrote:
> Karl Magnacca wrote:
> > Maybe it could be posted to the list, or put up on a web site if it's too
> > big?  I'm sure there's a lot of people who would be interested in that
> > list, even if it's just for animals. -- Karl
> * let's not get too rollicking in making fun of this naive inquiry: if
> systematics had been as well funded over the past century as it ought to
> have been, there'd be no problem in filling this request, even if it
> included plants & microbes. I wonder how hard it would be to get a list
> of all the elementary particles?
> fred.
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