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HYB: 301 -- Taxonomy

I've posted a synopsis of Baker's
system separately, because it may =

be of interest to others on the list.

Homework assignment:

Put yourself in Dykes place.  =

I. mesopotamica has been identified, =

but it doesn't fit into Baker's system.
How would you modify the system to
accommodate I. mesopotamica?

I do NOT expect you to duplicate Dykes'
entire system -- just consider this one
species.  Clues are in my post about
using spreadsheets.

Please remember to write off-list if you
have questions or run into problems.
List traffic is so heavy that I read only a
small fraction of the messages.

Sharon McAllister

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