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|Subject:||WARNING: Twitching discussed herein (and ultrataxa)|
|From:||Lawrie Conole <>|
|Date:||Thu, 06 Apr 2000 18:30:45 +1000|
So far I haven't noticed much discussion on the list about the numerical
effects of Schodde & Mason (1999) on life lists. Of course this
is a facile point - it's essentially twitching rubbish isn't it!?
No apologies for that - I warned you in the e-mail subject line.
Schodde the splitter has also indulged in some lumping. Very even-handed of him really. I had a look through the tome to see what effect it had on my list (I'd already gleaned it thoroughly for the interesting material on ultrataxa, biogeography, etc. - time for some fun now ....). As it effects my list (spot the gaps!):
Comments ....... ?????
Cheers -- Lawrie
PS: Any comments about how many football fields of forest are being cleared while I type this e-mail would be superfluous - I've already thought about that. It doesn't change my interest in the minutiae of ultrataxa.
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