[Taxacom] Collecting Samples From Another Country

pharg at gso.uri.edu pharg at gso.uri.edu
Wed Jul 13 11:46:29 CDT 2011

wonder if it's the same bunch that were arrested in India 3 years ago.
"eamus o celti, eamus o tibialia rubentia"
Paul E. Hargraves
Emeritus Professor of Oceanography
University of Rhode Island
Affiliate Research Professor
Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute, Florida Atlantic University
Research Associate
Smithsonian Institution Marine Station
Ft. Pierce, Florida

> Levent Can wrote:
>>Today, newspapers reported that a group of entomologists from Czech
>>Republic were arrested at the Turkish border. Reported is that they tried
>> to
>>escape with more than 6000 specimens.
> I am unable to find this news item anywhere online. Can you supply
> any more details? In particular, were they researchers, or insect
> dealers? It makes a significant difference.
> Peace,
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