[Annelida] Re: Identification of intertidal sandy shore fauna - India

Naveen Namboodiri via annelida%40net.bio.net (by naveen.namboo from gmail.com)
Sun Apr 22 12:46:54 EST 2012


Hello annelidans,

The response for my request (below) has been overwhelming and I thank all
of you who have taken time to respond to my email. It is really heartening
to see a group that is as active and supportive as this e-group is and
though I will separately respond to all of you who have written to me, I
felt I need to congratulate the e-group in general for the energy and
enthusiasm.

Keep up the good work.

Thanks again,

Cheers,
Naveen.

On Fri, Apr 20, 2012 at 4:21 PM, Naveen Namboodiri
<naveen.namboo from gmail.com>wrote:

> Dear all,
>
> Greetings from India. I am a post-doctoral fellow at the Centre for
> Ecological Sciences, Indian Institute of Science, India. I have recently
> helped initiate a project that tries to understand species distribution at
> a macro-scale level (latitudinal gradients) of intertidal sandy beach
> macrofauna along the Indian coasts.
>
> In my samples, we do come across a lot of polychaetes, oligocheates,
> archiannelids etc. Currently we are looking at patterns on a very coarse
> taxonomic magnification. However, we would like to use the opportunity to
> work on the intertidal worms of I am currently exploring options with
> institutions/individuals who would be interested to collaborate on the
> taxonomy of these groups.
>
> In addition, I would really appreciate getting some direction/pointers on
> publications that deal with the above mentioned groups both at a broad
> taxonomic scale and also at a species level. Are there comprehensive guides
> to the polychaetes/archiannelids/oligochaetes of the Indo-Pacific?
>
> Thanks for the help.
>
> Best,
> Naveen.
>
>
>

-- 
Naveen Namboothri
Post Doctoral Fellow
Centre for Ecological Sciences
Indian Institute of Science
Bangalore 12.

Trustee and programme head
Dakshin Foundation, Bangalore
www.dakshin.org
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