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[Annelida] Dr Minoru Imajima

José Eriberto Assis via annelida%40net.bio.net (by eri.assis from gmail.com)
Sat Apr 2 17:02:29 EST 2016

Dear Waka Sato-Okoshi
My condolences.

I did not know him personally, but remember that he sent-me some
literature. It's a lost to the science, but specifically to anelids
That he rest in peace
Kind regards

On Sat, Apr 2, 2016 at 3:18 AM, waka sato-okoshi <wsokoshi from tohoku.ac.jp>

> Dear all,
> It is our great regret to inform you sad news that Dr. Minoru Imajima
> passed away in the early morning of 13 March in Sayama City, his hometown.
> He has been suffering cancer and has long been in the hospital. He was so
> enthusiastic about polychaete systematics and his passion made him bring
> his microscope to the hospital room and had continued his research and
> writing books until the very end. He just completed publishing the book
> “Polychaete Part 4” (in Japanese) and we were happy to see it. Masanori,
> Dr. Masanori Sato met him just one month ago, and he told me that he looked
> very fine at that time and communicated about the old habitat conditions of
> one species of Hediste. We all thank him for his great contributions to not
> only annelid world but also to systematic societies. We are sharing the
> pains with his family and friends. We are so sorry for not telling you
> sooner.
> Waka and all the polychaetologists in Japan.
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