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Re: Plant disaster/ups versus usps

In a message dated 05/29/2004 3:31:09 PM Eastern Daylight Time, 
pulis@mindspring.com writes:

> Was it the one that discussed the difference in perception between
> Butterflies and Dragonflies? (And contained "Dragonflies are the world's
> largest and fastest insects, with a flight
> speed of 30 - 50 miles/hour.  There are about 6000 species known all over
> the
> world.  (There are only about 4000 species of mammals known.)  The insect
> order
> Odonata is divided into three suborders: Anisoptera, or dragonflies;
> Zygoptera,")
> If so, I got it. Interesting stuff!

That's it.  More than you really wanted to know, I'm sure.

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