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Louis Landesman babalouie at usl.edu
Mon Apr 21 22:36:28 EST 1997


To all worm researchers in Internet Land:

My name is Louis Landesman and I would like to join a research
group working with oligochaeta, either earthworms or aquatic
oligochaetes (e.g. Lumbriculus, Tubifex, etc.). I got interesed
in oligochaetes after studying Lumbriculus variegatus growing
in the effluent of a fish farm and I published an article on my
research (Blackworms, a second crop from trout farming, Aquaculture,
March/April 1996). I am particularly interested in the ecology of
oligochaetes, either the effect of worms on the environment or
vice versa. This research would be used for my dissertation here
at the University of Southwestern Louisiana.

I'll send my resume to any interested parties. Reply to
babalouie at usl.edu

Cheers,
Louis Landesman

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