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Re: Collaborators Wanted for Scientific Collection Permits
I'm a new yorker, and this sounds like a great idea. I collect up here
all the time anyhoww, so... :) Great initiative, I hope others follow up
on that lead!
J. L. Wiegert,
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Schenectady, New York
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On Mon, 31 Aug 1998, Dwight Moody wrote:
> I am in the process of developing Scientific Collection Permit
> applications for New York and Connecticut, with more applications to be
> submitted later. I would like to include other NFC members as either
> co-collectors or receivers of NY and CT natives to be collected under
> these permits. Anyone who either lives in NY or CT who would like to be
> listed on the permit application as a collector, let me know and provide
> me with your name, address, etc., as the permits cost the same whether
> one person or ten are listed as collectors/receivers.
> Also, native fish breeders that are part of the NFC Breeder's Program
> who are just drooling over some of the species that are available in
> these two states - check your field guides - should also let me and Herb
> Harris know what species you are interested in and numbers of same,
> which will be used for the NFC Breeder's Program. Make sure you are
> registered as a breeder and register these organisms. See the Programs
> area of the NFC website for details on how to do this.
> Persons who want some fish for other research purposes and are not
> planning to breed them should also contact me and describe your proposed
> research, as I will need this for the application.
> ROBERT: check with the FL and LA aquariums and see if they want any NY
> or CT species as part of the arrangements we have with them, and I can
> include provisions for these species in the SCP applications. Could
> also use copies of the correspondence to document that they are
> legitimate organizations.
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