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Friday, 18 January 2013

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R Bruce Bury

One of the masters is right there in the MVZ historic field notes. Please see volumes of Robert C. Stebbins, herpetologist and artist. I used to watch him write in the field and awesome. He had a special pen (expensive fountain pen) with Higgins eternal ink. He stopped and totally focused on the task at hand.
I could not write like that even back at camp at a picnic table! Check out one of the clearest writers of his time. RB Bury

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