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RE: The taxonomists are at it again!

But I think we are going to have to add a column to all the databases...
as in --
Currently, was, common.... gees......:)

And not being argumentive (is that a word?), agree that dna is the only
real way to tell. Problem is the botanical/latin names are getting as
confusing as the common names. 


> I hate to be odd man out here, but it's not a popularity poll.
Changes in
> taxonomy are slow - though much has occurred in the past decade.  They
> don't
> change the names just for fun or to cause trouble.  It's done for
> accuracy.
> Kitty

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