Tropheops and Pseudotropheus

New cichlid species and taxonomy
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Re: Tropheops and Pseudotropheus

Post by michi tobler » Thu Jun 12, 2008 8:18 am

nick a wrote:One can't help but wish there was more time/money/researchers available to do this type of investigation!
Hear! Hear!

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Re: Tropheops and Pseudotropheus

Post by DaveHansen » Thu Jun 12, 2008 9:08 am

One can't help but wish there was more time/money/researchers available to do this type of investigation!
Couldn't agree more Nick.

My pet peeve is all the people that throw up roadblocks all the time. Many are quick to say you can't do this, or this person isn't right, etc, but never contribute anything to the work. They will be critical of other's work, but don't have an original thought of their own.

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Re: Tropheops and Pseudotropheus

Post by Youenn » Thu Jun 12, 2008 10:48 am

nick a wrote:One can't help but wish there was more time/money/researchers available to do this type of investigation!
I would like to say just "money"
Many students want to go on on research but they abandon research because there is no post available just because no money... :(

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