help for my friend
hoffmann at singnet.com.sg
Fri Aug 28 12:06:48 EDT 1998
if you'd like some information, just send me an email. i can either try to
answer your questions or refer you to other lepidopterists around here.
just a note of warning, collecting is not permitted in singapore, unless
you are doing research and have a permit from nparks which is responsible
for the maintenance of nature reserves here.
t 02:14 PM 8/28/98 +0800, Roger C. KENDRICK wrote:
>You could try getting in touch with the Malayan Nature Society. They have
>at http://www.charity.org.my/mns/html/mn_hmpg.html, although it seems to
be a hit
>and miss affair as to whether the server responds. Other butterfly
>Singapore are listed on the HKLG website (URL below); these may provide
>Roger C. KENDRICK B.Sc.(Hons.)
>PhD student & Demonstrator, Dept of Ecology & Biodiversity
>The University of Hong Kong
>mailto:kendrick at hkusua.hku.hk
>http://web.hku.hk/~kendrick/hkmoth.htm « Hong Kong Moths »
>http://www.geocities.com/RainForest/Canopy/1085/ « H.K. Lepidoptera Group »
>Paul M. Sammut wrote:
>> Hello All,
>> My friend will be visiting Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand
>> would like to meet with collectors from the area. He would also like to
>> visit butterfly farms and meet dealers in the eventually that no
>> collectors are available. He intends to do some collecting and would
>> like to be guided to good and interesting areas.
>> He will be visiting and/or staying in:
>> Singapore, Melaka, Kuala Lumpur, Cameron Highlands
>> and Phuket, Bankok and Chiang Mai in Thailand.
>> Thanks for any help. Regards:
>> Paul Sammut (Malta).
>> pasammut at dream.vol.net.mt
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