lostriver at completebbs.com
Tue Feb 7 19:06:12 PST 2006
It is certainly true that there are few vertebrate species left undescribed.
If you can look beyond the seductive attractiveness of birds, however there
are plenty of undescribed insects, spiders, and fungi. If I had to do it
over again, I would study the biota of leaf litter, which, incidentally, is
critical for many birds. Detritus is where it's at.
Then, there is the vast unknown of the deep ocean floor. Too alien for me,
but barely explored.
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