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November 21st, 2012, 11:14
Some yecchy stuff today:
Mattheus Marinus Schepman's (pictured) most significant work is "The Prosobranchia of the Siboga expedition", a publication of 494 pages encompassing
212 genera and 1,467 species of snails and slugs
Trioceros laterispinis can only be found in one mountain range in the Eastern Arc Mountains. Considering the looks of the thing, I can only say thank heavens for that.
foreach(Species SlugOrSnailSpecies in SlugOrSnailSpeciesesFoundBySchepman)
In another piece of news: Russians are developing an airborne anti-satellite weapon called Sokol Eschalon III?
The most commonly used national anthem (apparently they at least have two) in New Zealand is "God Defend New Zealand". Against their aggressive neighbour, no doubt. The anthem has lyrics in both English and Māori, with
meanings. About who's the enemy?
pibbur who admints that some of the posts he writes in this thread contain blatant(!) white lies. Or lack of precession. And who at the moment of writing will be
going to Chicago
in 3 days.
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