Request for Dros. obscura group flies

Casey M. Bergman cmb15 at postoffice.mail.cornell.edu
Sun Dec 10 02:04:26 EST 1995


I could send you a line of each of the three semi-species of the D.
athabasca complex.

cmb15 at cornell.edu


In article <49uddi$o3a at morgoth.sfu.ca>, Leonard Foster <lfoster at sfu.ca> wrote:

> Hello all,
> My name is Jon Durkin, and I am a master's student at Simon Fraser 
> University in Vancouver, British Columbia. My project involves the 
> isolation of a functioning retrotransposon 412 from various Drosophila, 
> particularly the following members of the Drosophila obscura group:
> 
> D. madeirensis
> D. gaunche
> D. subobscura
> D. kitumensis
> D. microlabis
> D. subsilvestris
> D. obscura
> D. ambigua
> D. tristis
> 
>   If you have any of these species that you could spare a culture of, or 
> know someone that does, please e-mail me at jdurkin at darwin.mbb.sfu.ca.
> 
> Thanks in advance,
> Jon Durkin
> jdurkin at darwin.mbb.sfu.ca
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