[Taxacom] Paper on one fly, but of general significance
jim.croft at gmail.com
Wed Nov 27 15:55:29 CST 2013
Overkill? And, if it was worth putting in all that effort, would it
have not been worth including comparative diagnostics, and keys to
related or confusing taxa? In identification, the power lies in what
you are able to reject, not so much in what you are left with. It's
the old glass half empty thing... ;)
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