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Re: [Killietalk] Collecting
My biggest problem on collecting trips is that there are usually too few people
and so I never take as many pictures as I later want and conditions of the
habitat are not recorded as completely as needed. I find that 2 hands are not
enough when it comes to collecting...
I am usually so excited about finding fish that I develop "tunnel vision".
--- Tom McLean <tmac2 at opusnet_com> wrote:
> I have just finished reading a every interesting discussion on what is
> involved in a scientific fish collection trip. As a non-scientific type
> myself, I found the discussion by Dan Fromm of what is required on such a
> trip fascinating. I had no idea how many things needed to be taken care
> of. His comments are on the AKA Collections Proposal Form.
> Actually, the entire form makes a good read.
> Tom McLean
> AKA, NWK
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