Real Species

Don.Colless at CSIRO.AU Don.Colless at CSIRO.AU
Tue Sep 28 15:36:20 CDT 2004


Dear Richard,

Apart from the species, which is much argued: the genus, tribe, and family are categories applied to perceived clusters by competent and responsible taxonomists in the belief that classification is thereby usefully advanced. It is of course also much argued by some as to whether such creatures still exist and can be trusted.

Don Colless,
Div of Entomology, CSIRO,
GPO Box 1700,
Canberra. 2601.
Email: don.colless at csiro.au
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-----Original Message-----
From:   Taxacom Discussion List on behalf of Vr.R.E.M.J..-B. BEJSAK-COLLOREDO-MANSFELD
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Subject:             Re: Real Species
Hi colleagues,

Do you have any definition for genus, specie, family and tribe in your
computer?

Keep care and be of good cheer

Regards

(name) Vratislav Richard Eugene Maria John Baptist
(surname) of Bejsak (Bayshark)-Colloredo-Mansfeld

Tenebrionidae of the World, incl. Alleculinae and Lagriinae,
higher taxonomy, Australian beetles.
websites:
http://www.coleoptera.org. and
http://www.egroups.com/group/coleoptera

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