Florida county records?

Michael Gochfeld gochfeld at eohsi.rutgers.edu
Thu Oct 29 14:46:59 EST 1998

I don't find Jeff's new county records particularly surprising.  The county atlas 
compiled from published and collection accounts, reflects where people did their 
collecting.  In NJ, for example, where collections date back more than a century, we 
have two counties (including mine---Somerset) which were obviously under-represented, 
so it hasn't been difficult to add new country records for some very common and 
obviously widespread species. 

The Atlas can be used to identify areas that are underserved, so to speak. 
Name: Michael Gochfeld
E-mail: Michael Gochfeld <gochfeld at eohsi.rutgers.edu>
UMDNJ/RWJMS and EOHSI, Piscataway, NJ
Date: 10/29/98
Time: 14:47:00

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