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Sometimes by talking to yourself you get the best conversations that way. heh
IME, it's okay if you talk to yourself.
It's okay if you get an answer.
But if you get a 3rd voice in there taking sides...seek professional help
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also, caridina cf. babaulti was moved into an entirely separate classification- but I cannot remember what it was. My massive geek card is officially revoked. As penance, I will share this awesome poster with you. I will be ahving them professionally printed to distribute with the express permission and insistence of Chris. Please note, the neocaridina classification is so new it is not on this current poster. I tried, and failed, to edit it. My skills are not in the computer arena, ironically, said the online business owner.
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That poster looks great!

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Fun stuff thanks for sharing.

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Have any shrimp kept the name heteropoda?
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Have any shrimp kept the name heteropoda?
No. Not as far as I know. Chris told me ANY shrimp formerly called heteropoda is now davidi
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p.s. I also have the PDF's of two bee shrimp posters to have printed and disperse with Chris's encouragement.
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p.s. I also have the PDF's of two bee shrimp posters to have printed and disperse with Chris's encouragement.
I would like some poster if your going get some made

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No. Not as far as I know. Chris told me ANY shrimp formerly called heteropoda is now davidi
Is there a reason the taxonomy was changed?
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I was just speaking to Werner Kotz, briefly, about it, and he said that the paper is not yet released in English, and is not released to the public yet- just in scientific papers. As soon as I know more details, I will share what I am told.
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No. Not as far as I know. Chris told me ANY shrimp formerly called heteropoda is now davidi
What happened here is that Werner Klotz and Andreas Karge discovered that Neocaridina "heteropoda" had been described first as "davidi" by Bouvier in 1904. According to the rules of Zoological nomenclature, the valid name for a species is the one that was first given (Principle of Priority).

Principle of Priority:

"This is the principle that the correct formal scientific name for an animal taxon, the valid name, correct to use, is the oldest available name that applies to it.[12] It is the most important principle—the fundamental guiding precept that preserves zoological nomenclature stability. It was first formulated in 1842 by a committee appointed by the British Association to consider the rules of zoological nomenclature. Hugh Edwin Strickland wrote the committee's report."

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Interna...l_Nomenclature

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