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[Annelida] Annelida identification courses

Jackie Hill via annelida%40net.bio.net (by jackie from seasurvey.co.uk)
Wed Dec 7 09:05:47 EST 2011

Dear All

My apologies. The incorrect date for MESL Sabellid, Serpulid and Eunicid 
identification course was provided in my previous mail. Corrected dates 

Sabellid, Serpulid and Eunicid Identification with Dr Maria Cristina 
Gambi, Professor Adriana Giangrande and Dr Margherita 
Licciano*****Booking Open*****
*5^th - 9^th March 2012
The Marine Biological Association of the UK, Plymouth
This is a five day expert workshop on the identification of Sabellids, 
Serpulids and Eunicids to be held at the Marine Biological Association 
in Plymouth.

Dr Gambi, Prof. Giangrande and Dr Licciano are leading researchers in 
the systematics, ecology and reproductive biology of polychaetes. They 
are based at the Benthic Ecology Laboratory of the Zoological Station 
'Anton Dohrn' of Naples, the University of Lecce and the University of 
Salento respectively. Short lectures will be given introducing 
Sabellids, Serpulids and Eunicids and participants will be guided 
through identification to species level by the course experts. The main 
focus of the week will be microscope work, allowing students to work 
through specimens at their own pace.Time will be allocated at the end of 
the course for participants to look at their own specimens with 
assistance from the course leaders.

Please log on to our website for further information and to download a 
booking form www.seasurvey.co.uk <http://www.seasurvey.co.uk>.

Kind regards

Jacqueline Hill
> -- 
> Dr Jacqueline Hill
> Senior Marine Ecologist
> Marine Ecological Surveys Limited
> 24a Monmouth Place
> Bath
> BA1 2AY
> Tel: 01225 442211
> Fax: 01225 444411
> Email:jackie from seasurvey.co.uk
> www.seasurvey.co.uk

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