RE: Coordinated behavior among birds, fish, and insects

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            <In _A New Science of Life_ (1995/1981. Park Street Press.
    > Vermont) Sheldrake talks about slime molds (see chapter 2). Scott Gilbert
    > also discusses the slime mold in his text _Developmental Biology_ (1997.
    > Sinauer Associates, Inc. Sunderland, Massachusetts). Interesting stuff.>
            Cheers, Scott......... What do they say? (sorry feeling lazy today!
    Tell me to bugger off if you like!)


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