[Taxacom] Not news: Latin scholarship statistically zero
burks.roger at gmail.com
Sat Apr 6 19:26:31 CDT 2013
My understanding of this is that it becomes an Unavailable Name.
Also, since this is a protist, there might be some question of
jurisdiction. As far as I am aware, parabasalids are treated under the
ICZN. Please feel free to correct me, anybody out there, if I'm wrong on
On Sat, Apr 6, 2013 at 5:05 PM, Curtis Clark <lists at curtisclark.org> wrote:
> On 2013-04-06 4:52 PM, Roger Burks wrote:
> > Examples. Expressions like "rudis planusque" (in which "-que" is a
> > conjunction) and "?-album" are not admissible as species-group names.
> That seems really explicit. Does that make the species names nomina
> nuda? (It would under the ICN.)
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