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Re: December Newsletter

  • Subject: Re: December Newsletter
  • From: Peter Boyce <phymatarum@gmail.com>
  • Date: Tue, 16 Dec 2014 15:06:57 +0800


I was not party to the inclusion of the publication lists but I welcome them being offered in the Newsletter, if nothing else the inclusion of them for Li Heng - surely one of the oldest still active professional aroiders, and Sin yeng, one of the most recent recruits to the scientific ranks for the family, provides an elegant comparison.

For the record Wong's publications are ALL available, free to download in PDF format, from the IAS Website -Âhttp://www.aroid.org/gallery/wong/ - this information ofÂavailabilityÂhas been posted on several occasions on Aroid-l and in FB


On 16 December 2014 at 01:18, DAVID LEEDY <djleedy@sbcglobal.net> wrote:

Since you asked:

PRO - The extensive amount of color photography was wonderful and one can really obtain an understanding of the plants being described.

PRO - The disclosure of the annual meeting business, including financial statements and minutes, may have been done in the past, but they are surely open in the Newsletter, which can only be good.

CON - The extensive amount of publishing credits following the articles on Wong Sin Yeng and Li Heng deract not only from the article, but from the overall newsletter. While some of the publications listed look rather interesting, one wonders where they have been and why they are not available?

My opinion only.

David Leedy

On Monday, December 15, 2014 10:35 AM, D. Christopher Rogers <branchiopod@gmail.com> wrote:

Good morning!

Just back from a long weekend, and read the newsletter. It is really impressive. It amazes me, Peter. It seems like every time you go out side you find new species. Thank you for sharing this glimpse into our world's biodiversity.


On 14 December 2014 at 00:27, Peter Boyce <phymatarum@gmail.com> wrote:
I am *mildly* surprised that has been no feedback - positive or negative - on the December Newsletter. At 31 pages it is longer than many of the early issues of Aroideana.

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D. Christopher Rogers
Crustacean Taxonomist and Ecologist
Kansas Biological Survey
Kansas University, Higuchi Hall
2101 Constant Avenue, Lawrence, KS 66047-3759 USA

Affiliate, Invertebrate Zoology, Biodiversity Institute, The University of Kansas

The Crustacean Society, North American Governor

Associate Editor, Journal of Crustacean BiologyÂ
Southwest Association of Freshwater Invertebrate TaxonomistsÂ


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