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Postby startedwith1 » Mon Mar 14, 2011 6:52 pm

Hi all,

I just thought I would let you know that I do have access to most journals as my university subscribes to most of them out there (especially in the sciences). I have access to both hard copy and electronic and can have anything (journal, books etc.) imported from other universities (including U.S ones). That being said I just thought I would put that out there in case anyone wanted a specific article or didn't want to pay for a subscription.

I know a lot of you also have access but I just thought I would try and make myself useful!
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Postby Katrina » Fri Mar 18, 2011 6:10 pm

Thanks for the offer - I miss my access to journal articles! :D

If you find anything interesting, please send it to me and I can add it to the articles sticky. Can you find any articles on Tiliqua gigas? I was never able to...
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Postby startedwith1 » Mon Mar 21, 2011 4:41 am

I actually did find a few on T. gigas a few weeks ago when I was doing a quick search to see if there was any documentation on wild breeding habits. Let me see if I can find them again and I'll pass them along.
1.1.0 Merauke BTS - Boomer and Inca

0.0.1 PTS - Fera (aka Peanut)

1.0.0 Ctenosaura Quinquecarinata - Norbert

1.1.0 Brown Basilisks - Riddle and Bellatrix

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Postby Coomassie » Mon Mar 21, 2011 5:08 am

I also have access to a lot of journal articles and anything UD (where I am) or OSU (where my sister is) doesn't get, I can ILL it.
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