JOSEPH E. LAFERRIERE
josephl at AZTEC.ASU.EDU
Fri Feb 5 06:38:19 CST 1999
> The citation should simply be "[plant name] Browm". The "in Ker-Gawler" is
> part of the bibliographic reference but not part of the author citation
> and is best omitted unless the place of the publication is being cited (see
> Article 46.2 Note 1).
Yes, I know this. I was abbreviating, giving the middle of the
citation "Planta hypothetica Brown in Ker-Gawler, Bot.
Mag. t. 4896035. 1801."
I thank you for taking the time to educate me as to
the definition of homonym. This makes life much easier.
Dr. Joseph E. Laferriere
"Computito ergo sum ... I link therefore I am."
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