Michael Hubbard ( MHUBBARD at NS1.FAMU.EDU
Mon Jun 12 11:02:48 CDT 1995

In the discussion of confidence of taxonomic identifications, there is
one aspect that noone seems to be addressing. What happens in the case
of two "world experts" (and who decides this?), each of whom has a
different identification of the same specimen, each with his confidence
factor of "10"? Pretty well makes this scale meaningless, doesn't it?

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