Species as "Hypotheses"

Curtis Clark jcclark-lists at EARTHLINK.NET
Sun Jul 11 20:47:34 CDT 2004


on 2004-07-11 20:24 Ken Kinman wrote:
>  The American robin as a species seems to be a pretty distinctive
> concept compared to many species of oak which are not nearly to that
> same level of species distinctiveness.


Even more distinctive is the maidenhair tree, Ginkgo biloba. But the
oaks are a lot more interesting as a study of speciation.

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