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Posted by Jeremy G on October 30, 2002 at 07:13:00:
In Reply to: Taipans, Taipans, Taipans and more intensive research... posted by rayhoser on October 30, 2002 at 04:01:08:
Its called Raymoronica hoserposeri! Im affraid however that my newly classified sp is a sad, miserable excuse for a life form and is very close to extinction. I have considered collection of the only known specimen, with hopes of donateing it to a zoo for posible breeding projects but im affraid the homosexual tendancies of this very bizare creature all but make sure the sp will never produce in captivity or otherwise. Plus, the zoo said it was way to fugly to be put on display! Being the discriber of of this new sp, I cant say I blame them.
Well Ray, i hope you enjoy my new sp! I fallowed all of your guide lines. Did I do a good job?!?!?!?!
All the best Ray! Ha!
:Just scanned a post by my fiercest critic, David Williams and he said he was engaged in "intensive" research into Taipans.
:That one really stumped me.
:Myself and others would be keen to know the details of this alleged research, bearing in mind that in terms of husbandry it seems Brian Barnett covered all that in his paper a few years back, and in terms of taxonomy, all the known variants are named.
:Is this a "porky pie" like the Lock Ness Pseudechis from New Guinea, or is there substance to this "intensive" research claim.
:Please fill us in.