[Taxacom] ubiquist??

Pierre Morisset pierre.morisset at globetrotter.net
Tue Oct 2 19:46:09 CDT 2012


What about talking about Biological Systematics? 
I assumed, it seems wrongly, that this was the purpose of this list.

Pierre M.

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Le 2012-10-02 à 19:47, Stephen Thorpe a écrit :

> So, what would you like to talk about, Mike??
>  
> PS: If current trends continue, it will take a lot longer than 1000 years to name all of earth's biodiversity! For example, there must be about 1000 known undescribed N.Z. beetle species in collections, of which 2 new species have so far been described in 2012! But perhaps you don't wanna talk about that ...
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> ________________________________
> From: Michael A. Ivie <mivie at montana.edu>
> To: Michael Schmitt <michael.schmitt at uni-greifswald.de> 
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> Sent: Wednesday, 3 October 2012 5:56 AM
> Subject: Re: [Taxacom] ubiquist??
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> Amused and amazed at the length of this thread. No wonder it will take us
> another 1000 years to name all of earth's biodiversity :-)
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