Lumbrineris impatiens

Gary Gaston bygaston at sunset.backbone.olemiss.edu
Fri Dec 12 09:40:20 EST 1997


I was contacted by a colleague in Italy (see below) for information about
Lumbrineris impatiens.  I sent a reprint of my gut-contents observations,
but he needs more information about ecology than I can provide.  Can
anybody help?  Please send notes directly to him (Dr. Fulvio Zecchini c/o
Gabber at tirreno.it).

Happy holidays,

Gary

>Date: Thu, 11 Dec 1997 14:23:53 +0100
>From: Gabriele Bernardini <Gabber at tirreno.it>
>To: bygaston
>Subject: Info about a worm species.

>Dear Dr. Gary Gaston,
>
>I am Dr. Fulvio Zecchini, a marine biologist - microbiologist from
>Italy. I have been working on cephalopods with Dr. Michael Vecchione,
>Ph.D. and Dr. Clyde F.E. Roper at the Smithsonian National Museum of
>Natural History for two years.
>
>On my demand, Michael Vecchione gave me your E-mail address (he told me
>you are an old friend of his). I would greatly appreciate if you would
>send me some articles (or, at least, some bibliographic references)
>regarding the ecology and biology of the polychaet species Lumbrinereis
>impatiens (Polychaeta; Errantia; Eunicida).
>
>I need this information to start a research about the possibility of
>breeding this species in captivity and study its bacterial diseases.
>
>My personal address is:
>
>Dr. Fulvio Zecchini
>Via C. Pisacane, 2
>54100 Massa (MS)
>ITALY
>
>The present E-mail address (gabber at tirreno.it) will change in a month,
>I'll send you my new one as soon as I will get it.
>
>My best regards (for the holydays too),
>
>Fulvio


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