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#1 2009-03-24 12:55:44

Laurence Clemons
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Name: Laurence Clemons
Registered: 2008-04-02
Posts: 389

Sending specimens by mail

I often receive specimens for identification in old plastic film cartons. In the past year, however, I have had to collect some parcels from the local Post Office and pay a fee (including 1 "handling cost"!) because of insufficient postage. Even though a film carton in a padded envelope is very light it is now classed as a small package and needs more postage than an ordinary letter.

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