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Zoological Nomenclature



IN spite of various criticisms, it must be admitted that the system of nomenclature used by zoologists and botanists is fundamentally sound and serviceable. Much depends, however, upon uniformity of practice, and certain irregularities which are becoming current are likely to cause serious confusion.

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