[Taxacom] It is possible to describe a new species?
kinman at hotmail.com
Thu Dec 29 14:21:44 CST 2016
Even if they are genetically identical, there could well be one or more epigenetic changes (which could result in the morphological changes). How significant are the morphological differences?
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Subject: [Taxacom] It is possible to describe a new species?
In the same locality i have trees of a species, belonging to a genre very
studied, that are morphologically different. Among them a group has the
pollination in January-February and the other in June-July so that crosses
are exceptional. But genetically are identical, i suppose that it has not
found the good marker. I have to consider them as a species or as two,
which? I would describe a new one?
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