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 Post subject: Re: USA Aphonopelma
PostPosted: Sun Oct 04, 2009 11:39 pm 
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Chris is good people, and trust worthy, so any of you reading this and able, please lend a hand. I know a few of you have access to populations, and drive!

Good luck Chris.

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 Post subject: Re: USA Aphonopelma
PostPosted: Mon Apr 12, 2010 3:54 am 
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UPDATE

Hey everyone,

I just wanted to post an update. I will be coming out for my first trip of the summer, in the first week of May. I'll be focusing on the southern areas of the SW on this trip. And then I'll be coming back out at the end of the summer/fall to work in the northern areas of Cali, Nevada, and Utah.

So, if anyone wants to meet up with me and have fun looking for T's, let me know! And if you have localities of places to find them, let me know that too...every little bit of info helps.

I appreciate it.

my email is cah0702@ecu.edu or chris@8legs2fangs.com

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i just want to express my wishes for your success in this endeavour!
the NA tarantulas are among my favourites :) such underrated spiders, at least over here in the UK, though there are a growing number of us that love them.

hopefully captive breeding will take off. i am *trying* to do that myself with what i have, but i haven't had any success yet. :spider:



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 Post subject: Re: USA Aphonopelma
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I am very interested in the continuing Aphonopelma studies currently being conducted. It will be nice to know "what we actually have" as far as the species are concerned in the USA... I see that Brent is a BTS speaker for 2012, I'd love to have a copy of his lecture: newsprint, video or audio! Is that a possibility?

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PostPosted: Sat Dec 03, 2011 3:50 pm 
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Did you see Chris' latest paper in PLoS One?



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Christian Elowsky wrote:
Did you see Chris' latest paper in PLoS One?


Hello - I did not see that paper but now that I have found the link to it I will certainly read it. Thank you, I appreciate the heads up.

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PostPosted: Tue Dec 06, 2011 6:08 am 
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dactylus wrote:
I am very interested in the continuing Aphonopelma studies currently being conducted. It will be nice to know "what we actually have" as far as the species are concerned in the USA... I see that Brent is a BTS speaker for 2012, I'd love to have a copy of his lecture: newsprint, video or audio! Is that a possibility?

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Definitely take a look at Chris's paper... there aren't any nomenclatural changes but it highlights some of the challenges we're facing with this group. There are a few more projects in the pipeline that should see the light of day before too long.

My lectures tend to be somewhat "vague" in order to protect my data; they highlight important issues but I tend to avoid mentioning eminent name changes when I can help it. Until we finish major portions of this project, it's mostly hush hush.

Unfortunately, I will be unable to attend the ATS Conference this upcoming July because it conflicts with the American Arachnological Society Meetings. I'll try to make it in 2013.


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There you go, and thanks Brent for chiming in.



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