Polychaete Bibliography

Harry A. ten Hove hove at bio.uva.nl
Tue Apr 15 04:19:10 EST 1997


Dear Annelideans especially Linda and Kristian,

First my thanks for the powerful tool Linda and Kristian made available to
us all. It took some time, but our automation department managed to get it
working. I personally did not succeed to get it installed on my Macintosh
Performa first, and had similar experiences as I saw (diagonally) passing
on the annelida at net. What this almost digibetic person gathered is that the
offered files had been zipped by a MsDOS program, and had to be unzipped by
a Macintosh operating on DOS, before they could be succesfully transferred
to the Mac. Anyhow, from the first hurried glances I gave the program
Papyrus (and I must admit as usual without reading the README file), and
the references, I am impressed by the amount of available material, and
possibilities of author, keyword etc. searching. Wish I could find the time
to incorporate my files. Of course, one will find inaccuracies in a huge
effort like this literature database (I found a few), and I have not (yet,
I hope) found the link between some incomprehensible abbreviations and the
journals for which they stand, but I certainly will make use of this handy
addition. Thanks again!

Wormly

Harry A. ten Hove
Institute for Systematics and Populationbiology
Zoological Museum, University of Amsterdam
POB 94766, 1090 GT AMSTERDAM

TEL. 3120 5256906
FAX. 3120 5255402


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