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Posted by Michael Skovsen on September 11, 2002 at 12:49:12:
In Reply to: Re: V. prasinus posted by Jan Grathwohl on August 28, 2002 at 17:10:04:
Sorry for the late answer !!
TMA are mainly used by veterinarians.
Some animals has a "species survial plan". These programs protect endangered species.
In each of these programs is a veterinarian, who collect all information on the animals. That's a TMA.
In these reports, you can find alot of information. For instance all veterinary-test.
It's these information i'm interested in.
:Oki... but what are they used for?... are they some kind of careshets for Zoo's? Why not just use the literature available for the species?
::TMA = Taxon managment accout.
::It's some informations, primarily from american zoo's, about
::taxonomy, ecology, conservations status etc...
:::Might I ask what the TMA stands for?
::::Could someone mail me the TMA for Varanus prasinus ! THANKS !