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Hendrik Segers Hendrik.Segers at NATURALSCIENCES.BE
Wed Feb 25 03:41:53 CST 2004

> Actually, it's not all that difficult. I once described, on pretty good
> circumstantial evidence, what I thought was a fly larva. It turned out to
> be a beetle larva!

Not difficult at all... Consider the case of Conochilus arboreus, described
in 1971 as a rotifer (Phylum Rotifera),
but actually a colonial Ciliate. Those are different Kingdoms.

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