Is this correct?
robinl at CONNECT.AB.CA
Tue May 4 09:27:23 CDT 1999
There is nothing new here. Many times a paper will be written by 2 authors,
but only one is taking credit for the new species name. Or, 2 authors will
have written the paper, but 3 authors will have credit for a new species
name. All you need do is look at the citation of the new species. It does
mean that you cannot necessarily know who the authors of the species are
simply by looking at the authors of the paper.
From: ricardo <ricardo at ANS.COM.AU>
To: Multiple recipients of list TAXACOM <TAXACOM at CMSA.BERKELEY.EDU>
Date: Tuesday, May 04, 1999 4:32 AM
Subject: Is this correct?
>I am little puzzled,
>There is a a paper published in Coleopterist Bulletin 1998 vol.52, no.3 p.
>291 - 296 by Philips, T.K., Steiner, W.E.. and Triplehorn, C.A.
>this paper is a description of one Platydema beetle as:
>Platydema woldai Triplehorn and Philips, new species
>How someone will locate description if is the names are swoped... and why
>paper has 3 names?
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