> Here are some citations new to me, mostly very recent, & mostly touching
> on Polychaeta. These are in a tagged format for extraction as a file and
> import with Endnote or similar. Consequently there is a trade-off in
> readability. Let me know if this is a useful exercise. - GBR
I did that last July and got NO feedback at all. Consequently, I felt no urge
to repeat the effort. However, I'm prepared to have another go.
I feel it's more important to circulate the titles for you to browse rather than
involve myself with making it easy for people to import the cites into
databases. Therefore I plan to format the titles for readability only. I might
be persuaded to put a tagged version or an EndNote file into a web page if
there is any demand for it.
If you have any very new papers, especially if not in the mainstream
journals, please send me the cites.
Geoff Read <g.read at niwa.cri.nz>
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