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Re: longipes Urajiro Hatchijo

 I hate it, to say it mildly, that again my credibility is 
questioned.  Without any reason to do so, it is suggested that I dont 
used controls or have not repeated the experiment several times. 
 I have measured DNA more than a thousand times in Hosta The figures 
are correct within 1-2% So there is no doubt in my mind.
I cannot convince some of you, no matter what I say. I used to give 
this kind of new information everyday on the robin for the benefits 
of all. Nowadays I do rarely so. I had a good day, so I tried again. 
But again  I only meet distrust.
Ben J.M.Zonneveld
Clusius lab pobox 9505
2300 RA Leiden
The Netherlands
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