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They seemed fairly solid, I left a few others that were older.
I took them back to my room Saturday, as I had to leave early to catch my flight to St. Louis — but I checked again Sunday and it was scheduled to leave later than I had thought. Much later, as it turns out — they didn’t survive 5 extra hours in the cargo hold as we waited for a line of thunderstorms to pass.
Hi, Martin — I it was nice to have finally met you vis-a-vis, too. I like putting names and faces together. I think it was just you and Patrick and Dave W from MO whom I saw at the NEMF. Nobilissimus felt hollow probably because it was thoroughly eaten by larvae. What happened to that collection anyway? It wasn’t on the ID table on Sunday morning.
did you slice this open? it seemed a bit hollow on the table. I stopped yesterday at Hickory Run state park – very nice hunting there!
It was nice to finally meet you, Walt, and Dave W. I’d like to come back some time — but not likely to be going to Quebec next year!
So it was you who found B. nobilissimus at the NEMF foray! Nice find — congrats. It was a pleasure to have met you at ESU.
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