[Taxacom] Moth surveys New Britain etc

John Grehan calabar.john at gmail.com
Mon Sep 25 20:22:02 CDT 2017


Thanks for that suggestion Paul. I have been in touch with that institution
regarding the group of interest to me (ghost moths) and have accessed their
collection (all mainland New Guinea it would seem), but I will check
further regarding whether any surveys of those islands have been made by
them or whether they know of other institutions. It's always possible that
there is a backlog of unsorted material.

John Grehan

On Mon, Sep 25, 2017 at 9:04 PM, Johnson, Paul <Paul.Johnson at sdstate.edu>
wrote:

> First stop is the Bishop Museum. Contact Neal Evenhuis.
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> If anyone knows of any institutions that carried out moth surveys (and
> collecting) on the islands of New Britain, the Bismarcks, or Bouganville I
> would be most interested to know.
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> John Grehan
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