Yes – I should take pics and write an article but no time now. There is very little on the web on this beast and I think the Humbolt material does notpjifl
... G'Day Robert! Thanks for the link, that shall be an interesting reading. Cheers Dushandushang2000
... G'Day Bill! It is Prof. Cheshire who actually did it, I have only managed to replicate it. The article about is in preparation, only partially finished,dushang2000
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