Aaron Baldwin <jscat1 at ptialaska.net> wrote:
> ... if you wrote me and I didn't respond, I didn't get the
> message. My e-mail was down for another few days recently (right after
> my second post, of course) and I lost those messages also.
Normally mail systems keep trying for about five days to a host
which is offline (long enough for any equipment failure to be
repaired), whereupon a message goes to the originators that the
message was undeliverable (they then resend if they can be bothered,
which in the case of a flaky system they may not). List mail is on
the archive of course. Internal system losses are another matter and
if that is the problem then you or your network manager are
responsible for those. I suggest you get together for a chat :-)
> One kind of important species we are getting is Chaetozone cf. setosa.
You may have missed the announcement of James Blake's latest Atlas.
Jim's reviews are undoubtedly essential reading for any of your
problems with Chaetozone, other cirratulids, and several other
important soft sediment families.
Geoff Read <g.read at niwa.cri.nz>
|\ | | \ /\ / /\ Nat. Inst. Water & Atmos. Res., Wellington NZ
| \| | \/ \/ /--\ Taihoro Nukurangi
Annelida resources => http://www.keil.ukans.edu/~worms/annelid.html
ANNELIDA mailing list => annelida at net.bio.net & biosci-server at net.bio.net
List Archives => http://www.bio.net:80/hypermail/ANNELIDA/