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 The address of the web site is http://​www-personal.usyd.edu.au./​~sdoccett/​medical_entomology.htm.  The address of the web site is http://​www-personal.usyd.edu.au./​~sdoccett/​medical_entomology.htm. 
  
-**Social Calendar:** May 20: Kenn Clacher and Ian Wolfe Skiing the Haute Route in Switzerland,​ the risks, thrills and spills of life in the fast lane!  Skiing off piste, glaciers and from the bottom of a crevasse looking up! +**Social Calendar:** May 20: Kenn Clacher and Ian Wolfe Skiing the Haute Route in Switzerland,​ the risks, thrills and spills of life in the fast lane!  Skiing off piste, glaciers and from the bottom of a crevasse looking up! 
  
 Social Calendar: May 27: from the Australian Museum we have Dr Pat Hutchings'​ son et lumière of underwater swimming worms and blood sucking leeches. ​ Everything you need to know about these attractive residents of the great outdoors. ​ A delightful lantern show of high protein, alternative bush food.  Social Calendar: May 27: from the Australian Museum we have Dr Pat Hutchings'​ son et lumière of underwater swimming worms and blood sucking leeches. ​ Everything you need to know about these attractive residents of the great outdoors. ​ A delightful lantern show of high protein, alternative bush food. 
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-Instructions for Authors and Contributors**.  ​+**Instructions for Authors and Contributors**.  ​
  
 All are invited to write for The Sydney Bushwalker: members, prospective members and non- members. ​ The topics normally should have some bearing on bushwalking in its widest sense; walking in any country of the world, any item of bushwalking gear.  The articles may be long or short, happy or sad, fact or fiction. ​ If fiction you had better say so because we are a gullible lot.   ​Sometimes topics are suggested in the magazine. ​ If you want to follow up on such a suggestion, ring me and say so.  It would not do to have 50 or 100 people all writing about the territory making habits of the wombat.  ​ All are invited to write for The Sydney Bushwalker: members, prospective members and non- members. ​ The topics normally should have some bearing on bushwalking in its widest sense; walking in any country of the world, any item of bushwalking gear.  The articles may be long or short, happy or sad, fact or fiction. ​ If fiction you had better say so because we are a gullible lot.   ​Sometimes topics are suggested in the magazine. ​ If you want to follow up on such a suggestion, ring me and say so.  It would not do to have 50 or 100 people all writing about the territory making habits of the wombat.  ​
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