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Date:   Tue, 2 Feb 1999 23:48:43 -0600
Reply-To:   Conchologists of America List <CONCH-L@UGA.CC.UGA.EDU>
Sender:   Conchologists of America List <CONCH-L@UGA.CC.UGA.EDU>
From:   James M Cheshire <owl85@JUNO.COM>
Subject:   The common Pleurotomariidae.
Content-Type:   text/plain

Dear all, this is about pleurotomaria. Just take a moment to think about how primitive they are. But, their primitive state does not mean that they are not masters of survival. They've been around 600 million years, and through all that time they have survived while many other species have become extinct. Never declare a species extinct until you have searched every possible place that they might be. Now, about the subject of the common pleuro. Does anyone believe that a few species will become quite common within the next few years? If so, which ones?

Let me know, Regards James

P.S. Could somebody send me that list of pleuro value from rice's prices again?

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