Worldbirdinfo: Genera & Subgenera fixed

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Subject: Worldbirdinfo: Genera & Subgenera fixed
From: "John Penhallurick" <>
Date: Tue, 14 Jun 2005 22:13:21 +1000
Dear friends,
Thanks to Laurent Raty for pointing out that there was a problem with searching for Genera and Subgeneraon my site
I turned out to be due my forgetfulness.
Originally,in the table containing this data I had changed the field name in this table to gen_subgen.
I forgot about this and did not rename the field, so the program had a glitch!
All fixed now.  Try searching for Falco in the genus field, or Pterocnemia in the subgenus field, or Pterocnemys in the generic synonyms field.
Shortly I hope to have the all search option, where you can search for all generic names done.  Since this will means thousands of names to be downloaded,
I am also going to add an option where you can list off names (for genera,subgenera or Generic synonyms) within any family.
Phew!!! glad that's fixed.
John Penhallurick
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