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TWO SWCHR FORUMS CLOSED


26 Feb 2008

On Tuesday, February 26, 2008 the Southwestern Center for Herpetological Research closed two (2) of its twelve (12) forums due to insignificant usage. The two (2) closed forums are the Gopherus Focus Group and the Heloderma Focus Group. Any existing posts from those two (2) forums have been moved to either the Lacertilia Focus Group or the Miscellaneous Forum.

Our remaining ten (10) forums remain in operation with no plans for any additional closures. If at any time in the future there is sufficient interest in discussing Gopherus and Heloderma SWCHR will be happy to once again add these two (2) forums back to our portfolio of forums.


Gerald Keown
Southwestern Center for Herpetological Research







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