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Re: Typhomatum/Sauronium venosum

  • Subject: Re: Typhomatum/Sauronium venosum
  • From: STARSELL@aol.com
  • Date: Sat, 18 Jul 2009 09:51:53 EDT

In a message dated 7/18/2009 12:18:25 A.M. Central Daylight Time, samarak@gizmoworks.com writes:
On Fri, 17 Jul 2009, Wilbert Hetterscheid wrote:

>> Sauromatum venosum. Sauromatum will be reinstated in a paper by Natalie
>> Cusimano and myself, based on latest molecular evidence. It will include
>> several species formerly in Typhonium. 

> You're just doing this to toy with us, right? And in a couple more years,
> you'll bring out *new* molecular evidence (which you probably already have
> hidden away!) to resink the newly resurrected Sauromtum back into
> Typhonium?

> Steve
Well I, for one am just glad I left mine with the Sauromatum label
it came with!

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