Indonesian 'Palolo'

James A. Blake jablake at ix.netcom.com
Tue Jan 12 02:32:38 EST 1999


Dear colleagues, 

I received a phone call from this same gentleman today and after
listening to what he wanted, referred him to some of our "euncid"
experts including ones who have worked on palolo biology.  He apparently
was working his way through the PRO (Blake is early in the alphabet).  I
suspect that if one played their cards right, a nice trip and consulting
fee might be in order. 

Jim Blake

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Geoff Read wrote:
> 
> Annelida colleagues,
> 
> Does anyone have information to help with the questions below? I am
> aware  of the 1995 paper by Martens, Heuer, & Hartmann-Schröder.
> 
> ------- Forwarded Message Follows -------
> Date sent:              11 Jan 99 19:01:27 +0100
> From:                   Dan Eatherley <dan.eatherley at zebrafilms.co.uk>
> Subject:                Eunice viridis
> To:                     Geoff Read <g.read at niwa.cri.nz>
> 
> Dear Dr Read
> 
> Zebra Films, a natural history film company based in the UK, is currently
> making a  major new three-part series on the wildlife of the Indonesian
> archipelago. The series is for the BBC's Natural World.
> 
> I have just taken over some research on the project.
> 
> We are keen to film the annual mass spawning by epitoky of polychaete
> worms Eunice viridis. On the island of Sumba in the Indonesian
> archipelago, an annual festival known as the Pasola has grown up linked
> with this annual biological event (which happens around mid March).

<jablake at ix.netcom.com>


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