[Taxacom] Revision using taxonomic concept approach
stephen_thorpe at yahoo.co.nz
Thu Oct 22 15:19:18 CDT 2015
Looking at this sentence from the abstract:
'Prior to this study, Minyomerus sec. O’Brien & Wibmer (1982) contained seven species, whereas the monotypic Piscatopus sec. O’Brien & Wibmer (1982) was comprised solely of P. griseus Sleeper, 1960 sec. O’Brien & Wibmer (1982)'.
Surely, this is just an overly complicated way of saying:
'Prior to this study, Minyomerus contained seven species, whereas the monotypic Piscatopus was comprised solely of P. griseus Sleeper, 1960 (O’Brien & Wibmer, 1982)'.
Where the O’Brien & Wibmer, 1982 citation in parenthesis is just a regular citation for the information expressed in the sentence.
On Fri, 23/10/15, Nico Franz <nico.franz at asu.edu> wrote:
Subject: [Taxacom] Revision using taxonomic concept approach
To: "TAXACOM" <taxacom at mailman.nhm.ku.edu>
Received: Friday, 23 October, 2015, 2:54 AM
This revision explores of the use of
taxonomic concept labels to
integrate past, current, and presumably future inferences
particular (so-perceived) group (e.g. Figures 1-4). One
might think of it
also as a biodiversity database design sketch.
Jansen MA, Franz NM (2015) Phylogenetic revision of
Minyomerus Horn, 1876
sec. Jansen & Franz, 2015 (Coleoptera, Curculionidae)
concept annotations and alignments. ZooKeys 528: 1-133.doi:
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