[Annelida] Fwd: Polychaetes from high-altitude Andean lakes

Chris Glasby via annelida%40net.bio.net (by chris.glasby from nt.gov.au)
Sun Mar 25 18:08:41 EST 2007


Dear Salvador,

I am happy to help with the polychaetes, especially Nereididae, and if there are other polychaete families present in your samples, distribute them to other specialists accordingly.

Reagrds,
Chris

Dr Chris Glasby
Curator (Annelida) and Editor (The Beagle)
Museum & Art Gallery of the Northern Territory
GPO Box 4646
Darwin
NT 0801
AUSTRALIA

p. 61-8-8999 8108
f.  61-8-8999 8289
e. chris.glasby from nt.gov.au



-----Original Message-----
From: annelida-bounces from oat.bio.indiana.edu [mailto:annelida-bounces from oat.bio.indiana.edu] On Behalf Of Geoff Read
Sent: Saturday, 24 March 2007 12:36 PM
To: annelida from magpie.bio.indiana.edu
Subject: [Annelida] Fwd: Polychaetes from high-altitude Andean lakes

Posted on behalf of:

Salvador Herrando-Perez <salherra from ono.com>

Please take care to reply to <salherra from ono.com>, OR the list (not to me).

----Mensaje original----
De: salherra from ono.com
Fecha: 23/03/2007 15:23
Para: <annelida from magpie.bio.indiana.edu>
Asunto: polychaetes from high-altitude Andean lakes


Dear colleagues,

I am currently supporting a Colombian research group doing work into
invertebrate benthic assemblages from high-altitude lakes in the Andean
Cordillera, at a strategic corridor between paramo and montane ecosystems.
Previous work in the area has recorded the presence of a few species of
annelids which can not be allocated to known species.

We are currently writting down a research proposal for funding, in which
an expert on polychaete taxonomy is required. I would appreciate if any of
you would consider to be in our supervisor panel. If so, you may want to
decide whether your involvement in the project may be only nominal in
support of our grant application  (I would cite your name in the panel of
experts), and/or whether you would like to receive (or direct it to a
colleague) the annelid material for taxonomical description. Please let me
know. By the way, sampling will take place between May and October 2007,
so specimens will be available throughout and from the end of the project
onwards.

I can e-mail you a copy of the proposal (very simple, easy to read,
research proposal = 1/2 page) for you to figure out what the project is
aiming at.

Kindest regards from Spain, Salva


Salvador Herrando-Pérez
BIOESTUDIOS SAGANTA
c/ Padre Jofre 19, piso 3, pta 7
+34 657 787340 (Spain)
salherra from ono.com



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