[Taxacom] joke of the day!
stephen_thorpe at yahoo.co.nz
Sat Mar 5 17:53:31 CST 2011
yes, I alerted Hawkeswood to that problem, and he emailed me the PDF while he
waits for the relevant webmaster to return to work on monday and fix the link
From: "Frank.Krell at dmns.org" <Frank.Krell at dmns.org>
To: stephen_thorpe at yahoo.co.nz; taxacom at mailman.nhm.ku.edu
Sent: Sun, 6 March, 2011 12:44:26 PM
Subject: RE: [Taxacom] joke of the day!
There we go.
Where did you find the paper? If I click on the pdf link from the article's page
I get a pdf of another paper:
Aschnaoonops aschnae gen. et sp. nov. from Suriname (Araneae: Oonopidae).
Dr Frank T. Krell
Curator of Entomology
Commissioner, International Commission on Zoological Nomenclature
Chair, ICZN ZooBank Committee
Department of Zoology
Denver Museum of Nature & Science
2001 Colorado Boulevard
Denver, CO 80205-5798 USA
Frank.Krell at dmns.org
Phone: (+1) (303) 370-8244
Fax: (+1) (303) 331-6492
From: taxacom-bounces at mailman.nhm.ku.edu [taxacom-bounces at mailman.nhm.ku.edu] On
Behalf Of Stephen Thorpe [stephen_thorpe at yahoo.co.nz]
Sent: Saturday, March 05, 2011 4:06 PM
To: taxacom at mailman.nhm.ku.edu
Subject: [Taxacom] joke of the day!
quote below from: Makhan, D.; Ezzatpanah, S. 2011: A new spider family,
Hawkeswoodidae fam. nov. and Amrishoonops amrishi gen. et sp. nov. (Araneae)
from Suriname. Calodema, 136: 1-5.
'Hawkeswoodidae Makhan & Ezzatpanah, fam. nov.
Type genus: Amrishoonops Makhan & Ezzatpanah, gen. nov.Description: Small
species, body length 1-5 mm. Head with 6 eyes. Last segment of palp small with
sclerites, basal segment toothless, other segments with teeth-like segments and
setae. Legs long, spines absent,
with setae. Carapace with large teeth-like projections on anterior side. Abdomen
with fine teeth-like projections
on anterior side, with setae.Etymology: This family is named after the famous
biologist from Australia, Dr Trevor John
Hawkeswood (1956- ), one of the world’s greatest natural historians, who has
than 400 scientific papers in botany, entomology and in many other areas of
in Australian and international journals. Hawkeswood has also published an
informative book on Australian spiders as well as a book on the Coleoptera of
has also produced the scientific journals
discovered numerous plants and insects new to science, most of which he has
work has been cited in
biological journals of the world (see www.calodema.com)'
unfortunately for these guys, Hawkeswoodidae was proposed with Amrishoonops as
type genus! As it is not formed from the stem of an available generic name, it
is not available ...
... what can I say?
StephenCalodema and Spilopyra. Hawkeswood has alsoNature and Science and in most
of the leading entomological and
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