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Provides information about electronic mailing lists that discuss issues related to invasive animal species. See Resource Library - Discussion Groups for general resources, other species, and pest management.

Disclaimer: Information posted on these lists do not reflect the views or policies of the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

Brown Tree Snake Listserv- U.S. Geological Survey
Send an e-mail to: Kathy_Dean-Bradley@usgs.gov or Thomas_Fritts@usgs.gov with the words: subscribe btsnake as the first line of your message text.

Please provide elsewhere in the body of your message: your name, mailing address, telephone and fax numbers, institutional affiliation, and a brief statement of your reason for participation or involvement in brown treesnake issues.

Hawaii Ant Group (HAG) - AntList
Listserv dedicated to the better understanding of ants (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) and their impacts in Hawai`i. List archives.

To subscribe send a message to:
join-antlist@lyris.bishopmuseum.org
with the following two lines in the message body:

subscribe antlist
end

If you encounter any problems, e-mail Gordon Nishida at gordo@bishopmuseum.org

PinkMealybug-L - University of Florida
This mailing list has been established to serve as a communication resource for growers, allied trades, researchers and other interested parties. The aim of this list is foster rapid communication amongst all concerned with this new pest in Florida.

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