Message 2003-08-0004: Re: Announcement: Second circular [...] [short!]

Wed, 20 Aug 2003 15:39:23 +0200

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Date: Wed, 20 Aug 2003 15:39:23 +0200
From: David Marjanovic <david.marjanovic@gmx.at>
To: DML <dinosaur@usc.edu>, PML <phylocode@ouvaxa.cats.ohiou.edu>
Subject: Re: Announcement: Second circular [...] [short!]

----- Original Message -----
From: "David Marjanovic" <david.marjanovic@gmx.at>
To: "DML" <dinosaur@usc.edu>; "PML" <phylocode@ouvaxa.cats.ohiou.edu>
Sent: Saturday, August 16, 2003 11:04 PM
Subject: Re: Announcement: Second circular of the 1rst International
Phylogenetic Nomenclature Meeting


> Sorry for the cross-posting...

The same again.

> (Just looked it up... like I dimly remembered, *Ascaphus* is a
> very basal living frog from New Zealand.)

AAARGH! As it turns out, I read where *Leiopelma* lives, not where
*Ascaphus* lives: along the Pacific coast of North America.

> > and by defining the name *Reptiliomorpha*
> > S√¬§ve-S√¬∂derbergh 1934 (converted clade name) as the largest clade that
> > includes *Homo sapiens* but not *Ascaphus truei*.
>
> [...] Considering the fact that "Amniotiformes" has already appeared in
the
> Internet... why not *Amniotomorpha*?

Which has, contrary to my memory, also appeared online, and is used as
proposed above. No definition was given, however.


  

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